Tank Sentinel Installation Guide

Tank Sentinel ®
Installation
(TS-2001, TS-1001, TS-508, TS-504 & TS-750) Guide
Automatic Tank Gauge
/
Leak Detection
System
TS-1001 TANK SENTINEL
INCON Part Number: 000-1050 Rev. E
Copyright © January 2004
Printed in the U.S.A.
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
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TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Contents
P Preface ................................................................................................. P-1
Graphic Symbol Conventions ..................................................................................... P-1
1 Installation Overview ........................................................................... 1-1
Product Description — TS-504 ...................................................................................1-3
Product Description — TS-508 ...................................................................................1-3
Product Description — TS-750 ...................................................................................1-4
Product Description — TS-1001 .................................................................................1-5
Product Description — TS-2001 .................................................................................1-6
2 Riser Pipes & Manholes ..................................................................... 2-1
3 Tank Measurements ............................................................................ 3-1
4 Console Mounting ............................................................................... 4-1
Console Location.........................................................................................................4-1
5 Conduit and Junction Boxes ............................................................. 5-1
6 Level Probe Installation ...................................................................... 6-1
7 System Wiring ..................................................................................... 7-1
8 System Start-up ................................................................................... 8-1
9 Initial System Programming ............................................................... 9-1
10 Service, Troubleshooting Guide, Warranty ................................... 10-1
Troubleshooting Guide ..............................................................................................10-6
#1 — No Display Readout ...................................................................................10-6
#2 — Keypad Not Responding ............................................................................10-6
#3 — Programmed Setup Lost when Power is Lost ...........................................10-6
#4 — Printer Doesn’t Print ..................................................................................10-6
#5 — Inaccurate Levels.......................................................................................10-6
#6 — NO PROBE DETECTED is Displayed .......................................................10-7
#7 — PROBE SYNC is Displayed .......................................................................10-7
#8 — FLOAT MISSING is Displayed ...................................................................10-7
#9 — Continuous or Repeating Theft Alarms ......................................................10-8
#10 — Delivery Alarms — Multiple Low Level Alarms .........................................10-8
#11 — Audible Alarms not Working .....................................................................10-8
#12 — False Deliveries Reported .......................................................................10-8
#13 — Multiple Delivery Reports .........................................................................10-8
#14 — Multiple Sensor Alarms ............................................................................10-8
#15 — Verify System Operation ..........................................................................10-9
Appendix A
System Technical Specifications ...............................A-1
Appendix B Control Drawing .............................................................. B-1
FCC Information & Requirements................................................... FCC-1
Addendum to TS-1000, TS-1001, & TS-2001 Manuals .............................. back cover
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PREFACE
— Important – Read
Read and follow the entire instructions in this manual before installing or working on
this equipment.
Certified Installer/Service Person: Only an INCON certified installer or service
person is allowed to access both the user interface kepad and areas internal to the
Tank Sentinel™ console.
Station Owner/Operator: The station owner or operator of the Tank Sentinel™
console is only allowed to access the user interface keypad. Access to areas
internal to the console is strictly prohibited.
Graphic Symbol Conventions
NOTE
Important information, tips, and hints are highlighted by the note graphic.
CAUTION messages are highlighted by the CAUTION graphic and contain
instructions that should be followed to avoid faulty equipment operation, or
environmental hazards, or personnel injury!
WARNING messages are highlighted by the WARNING graphic and contain
instructions that must be followed to avoid faulty equipment operation or explosion.
If ignored, severe injury or death may result!
DANGER messages are highlighted by the DANGER graphic and contain
instructions that must be followed to avoid an explosion or fire hazard. If ignored,
severe injury or death will result!
ELECTRICAL DANGER messages are highlighted by the ELECTRICAL
DANGER graphic and contain instructions that must be followed to avoid an
electrical shock. If ignored, severe injury or death may result and even severe
damage to electronic equipment.
Earth Ground Terminal
Ground Terminal
Single Phase Alternating
Current
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Read this – Before you Begin
Product Legend (codes used in this manual):
T1 = for TS-1001 UST Tank Sentinel® ATG and Leak Detection System
T2 = for TS-2001 UST Tank Sentinel® ATG and Leak Detection System
T4 = for TS-504 AST Tank Sentinel® Inventory Monitoring System
T7 = for TS-750 UST Tank Sentinel® Tank Monitoring and Compliance Kit
T8 = for TS-508 UST Tank Sentinel® Inventory Monitoring System
none = for all products
Abbreviations (used in this manual):
AST
UST
ATG
I.S.
= for Aboveground Storage Tanks
= for Underground Storage Tanks
= for Automatic Tank Gauge
= for Intrinsically Safe
NOTE
Unlike the TS-2001 (T2) , TS-1001 (T1) and TS-750 (T7), the TS-508 (T8) and
TS-504 (T4) are Inventory Monitoring systems that don’t support tank leak-testing,
or line leak-testing (leak-detection sensors can be interfaced with optional TS-SEM
modules).
CAUTION The probes and leak detection sensors that are connected to the
Tank Sentinel®console may be installed in hazardous locations where flammable
vapors are present. It is essential that you read and follow all warnings and
instructions in this manual carefully to protect yourself and others from: injury,
electrical shock, explosion, and death.
The Tank Sentinel® system is designed using principles of intrinsic safety. The
power in the wiring between the console and the liquid level probe and the leak
detection sensors is limited to a very low level. It is not possible for the electrical
energy available in this wiring to cause ignition of group D flammable vapors if the
system (ATG console, probes and sensors) have been properly installed and wired.
It is your responsibility to maintain the effectiveness of the safety features by
following the instructions in this manual. You can create a serious explosion hazard
by installing or wiring this system incorrectly.
Leaking underground storage tanks – USTs – create serious environmental
and health hazards. The (T1, T2, T7) Tank Sentinel® system is designed to
detect leaks in these tanks. You must follow the instructions in this manual
carefully to ensure that the system will be effective in detecting these leaks
and hazards.
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Installation Overview
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Before You Get Started
It is important to follow the instructions in this manual. They have been prepared to
help you install the Tank Sentinel® system successfully, so that it will operate safely
and effectively. Please read the entire manual carefully. Failure to follow the
instructions in this manual can result in faulty operation, equipment damage, injury,
or death. This equipment must be installed, programmed, and serviced by factorytrained & certified technician. Failure to comply will void the system warranty.
Contents of this Manual
This manual contains installation and site preparation instructions for the INCON
Tank Sentinel system, which includes the console, level probes, and concise
instructions for leak detection sensors. The overall safety issues, troubleshooting
guide, warranty, service, and return policy — as defined in this manual — must be
followed.
Where to Find Information
The system operation and programming instructions, troubleshooting guide and
console maintenance, are contained in separate manuals or Quick Reference
Guides. Detailed installation and testing instructions for each type of leak detection
sensors are contained within separate manuals. Likewise, the installation, testing,
and programming of various upgrade kits and optional accessories (such as
the: TS-RA2 Remote Overfill Alarm and TS-RK Remote Alarm Acknowledge Unit)
are also contained in separate manuals or addenda.
Questions about the installation of the system, or this manual, should be directed
to INCON, P.O. Box 638, Saco, Maine 04072. Please address all inquiries to our
Technical Service Department, or call one of our Service Technicians toll free at
1-800-984-6266 (+207 283 0156)
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Safety Instructions
CAUTION Read the installation instructions carefully. The Tank Sentinel
system is designed to be safe when correctly installed. It is possible to create
explosion hazards, health hazards, risk of death, and environmental hazards
through incorrect installation.
CAUTION You must comply with state and local electrical codes as well as
the your National Electrical Code (U.S.A. – NFPA 70) and Automotive and Marine
Service Station Code (U.S.A. – NFPA 30A), or Canadian Electric Code (as
applicable), when installing the Tank Sentinel system.
WARNING When the Tank Sentinel system is used to monitor tanks containing
gasoline or other flammable substances, you may create an explosion hazard if you
do not follow the requirements of this manual carefully.
ELECTRICAL DANGER All wiring must enter the Tank Sentinel enclosure
through the designated knockouts. An explosion hazard may result if other
openings are used.
ELECTRICAL DANGER You must run wiring from probes or sensors to the
Tank Sentinel console in conduits which are separate from all other wiring. Failure
to do so, will create an explosion hazard.
WARNING Do not install the Tank Sentinel console in a flammable or
explosive hazardous location. An explosion could result.
ELECTRICAL DANGER Make sure that AC line power to the console is
turned off during installation or maintenance. Lethal voltages are present inside the
console which could injure or kill you.
WARNING Substitution of components could impair intrinsic safety. The Tank
Sentinel system is intrinsically safe for probes or sensors installed in – Class I,
Division 1, Group D – hazardous locations. Substitution of components could make
the energy limiting circuitry in the system ineffective. An explosion hazard could
result. Repairs to the Tank Sentinel system should be performed only by a
qualified, factory-trained technician.
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Product Description — TS-504
The INCON Tank Sentinel model TS-504 (T4) is an automatic and continuous
inventory monitoring system for up to 4 aboveground storage tanks (ASTs). It
performs many important functions simultaneously. A basic TS-504 Automatic Tank
Gauge (ATG) consists of a wall-mounted console, inventory only liquid level probes
(TSP-LL2-I one for each tank), and probe installation kits. There are many
additional optional hardware and software upgrades that are available for the
system. The TS-504:
•
can display / printout in several languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese)
NOTE that an optional printer is required for local printing of reports
•
monitors deliveries, inventory levels, thefts, and other conditions (such as: high
water levels, low product levels, reorder product levels, and full and over-full
product levels)
•
generates reports automatically in response to preset/programmed conditions and
alarms
•
provides audio / visual annunciation when an alarm or warning condition exists
•
enhances site-management by increasing efficiency, and by providing the data to
make intelligent business choices
•
interfaces with external audio/visual alarms with two form-C relay outputs (std)
•
communicates to external locations in response to preset/programmed conditions
or alarms, and communicates bidirectionally during data acquisition if an optional
plug-in modem or fax-modem is installed inside of the console
•
detects external product leaks with optional, approved, leak detection sensors
(see TABLE 1.2)... up to 8 sensors can be wired internally, and an additional 8 or
16 sensors can be wired to 1 or 2 optional, external TS-SEM BriteBoxes (see
Chapter 7 about the TS-SEM)
•
monitors precise tank inventory and sales data when an optional TS-DIM
dispenser interface module is installed
•
can be mounted within a port-holed, Nema 4X enclosure (TS-NEMA4X)
Product Description — TS-508
The INCON Tank Sentinel model TS-508 (T8) is an automatic and continuous
inventory monitoring system for up to 8 aboveground storage tanks (ASTs). It
performs many important functions simultaneously. A basic TS-504 Automatic Tank
Gauge (ATG) consists of a wall-mounted console, inventory only liquid level probes
(TSP-LL2-I one for each tank), and probe installation kits. There are many
additional optional hardware and software upgrades that are available for the
system. The TS-508 includes all of the features shown previously in the TS-504
except that it can monitor 4 additional tanks, or 8 tanks total.
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Product Description — TS-750
The INCON Tank Sentinel model TS-750 (T7) is an automatic and continuous tank
monitoring system for up to 4 underground storage tanks (USTs). It performs many
important functions simultaneously. A basic TS-750 Automatic Tank Gauge (ATG)
consists of a wall-mounted console, liquid level probes (TSP-LL2 one for each
tank), and probe installation kits.
The TS-750:
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•
can display / printout in several languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese)
•
monitors deliveries, inventory levels, thefts, and other conditions (such as: high
water levels, low product levels, reorder product levels, and full and over-full
product levels)
•
generates reports automatically in response to preset/programmed conditions and
alarms
•
provides audio / visual annunciation when an alarm or warning condition exists
•
enhances site-management by increasing efficiency, and by providing the data to
make intelligent business choices
•
interfaces with external audio/visual alarms with two form-C relay outputs (std)
•
communicates to external locations in response to preset/programmed conditions
or alarms, and communicates bidirectionally during data acquisition if an optional
external modem is installed
•
detects external product leaks with optional, approved, leak detection sensors (see
TABLE 1-2), up to 8 sensors can be wired internally
•
can be mounted within a port-holed, Nema 4X enclosure (TS-NEMA4X)
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Product Description — TS-1001
The INCON Tank Sentinel model TS-1001 (T1) is a complete, automatic inventory
monitoring and leak detection system for up to 4 underground storage tanks. It
performs these important functions simultaneously. A basic TS-1001 Automatic
Tank Gauge (ATG) and Leak Detection System consists of a wall-mounted
console, magnetostrictive liquid level probes (one for each tank), and probe
installation kits. There are many additional optional hardware and software
upgrades that are available for the system. The TS-1001:
•
conducts highly accurate, 99.9% Pd @ 0.2 gph(0.76 lph), third-party approved, intank volumetric leak tests on demand or on an automatic schedule for EPA
compliance reporting (this helps prevent environmental contamination)
•
monitors deliveries, inventory levels, thefts, and other conditions (such as: high
water levels, low product levels, reorder product levels, and full and over-full
product levels)
•
generates reports automatically in response to preset/programmed conditions and
alarms
•
provides audio / visual annunciation when an alarm or warning condition exists
•
enhances site-management by increasing efficiency, and by providing the data to
make intelligent business choices
•
can display / printout in several languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese)
•
interfaces with external audio/visual alarms with two form-C relay outputs (std)
•
monitors up to 8 optional TS-LLD line leak detectors for EPA compliance reporting
and for positive pump shutdown when a leak is detected
•
communicates to external locations in response to preset/programmed conditions
or alarms, and communicates bidirectionally during data acquisition if an optional
plug-in modem / fax-modem is installed inside the console
•
provide positive, pump shutdown with an optional TS-ROM BriteBox
•
detects external product leaks with optional, approved, leak detection sensors (see
TABLE 1.2)... up to 12 sensors can be wired internally, and an additional 8 or 16
sensors can be wired to 1 or 2 optional, external TS-SEM BriteBoxes (see
Chapter 7 about the TS-SEM)
•
monitors precise tank inventory and sales data when an optional TS-DIM dispenser
interface module is installed
•
conducts statistical tank leak tests continuously for EPA compliance reporting
(useful in busy / 24 hour sites) with the optional SCALD software upgrade
•
monitors emergency generator sites and runs tank leak tests continuously for EPA
compliance reporting with the optional Generator software
•
can be used for chemical applications with chemical probes. The TSP-LL2C is a
TSP-LL2 probe with Stainless Steel (SS): swagelock fitting, install kit, and float.
This list identifies many of the TS-1001 capabilities, but may not be all-inclusive.
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Product Description — TS-2001
The INCON Tank Sentinel® model TS-2001 (T2) is a complete, automatic inventory
monitoring and leak detection system for up to 8 underground storage tanks. It
performs these important functions simultaneously. A basic TS-2001 Automatic
Tank Gauge (ATG) and Leak Detection System consists of a wall-mounted
console, magnetostrictive liquid level probes (one for each tank), and probe
installation kits.
With the exception of the Emergency Generator application, the TS-2001 has the
all of the standard features of the TS-1001 but with increased liquid level probe and
leak detection capabilities (see the TS-1001 bullet points). The TS-2001 can
accommodate twice as many tanks and twice as many sensors (internally) than can
the TS-1001. See the TS-1001 bullet points for additional optional hardware and
software upgrades that are available with the TS-2001 system. The TS-2001 has:
•
8 or 16 internal I/O module add-on capability with the optional TS-IEM (see
Chapter 7 about the TS-IEM and available I/O modules for this PC-Board).
•
an increased number of sensor channels. It can monitor up to 24 leak detection
sensors internally (twice as many as the TS-1001). It can also monitor an
additional 8 or 16 leak detection sensors with 1 or 2 optional, TS-SEM Sensor
Expansion Modules (see Chapter 7 about the TS-SEM).
Unpacking, Inspection, and Damage Claims
Unpack and thoroughly examine all components of the system as soon as they are
received. If the equipment appears to be damaged, write a detailed description of
the suspected damage on the face of the bill of lading and have the carrier’s agent
sign it.
Insist that the carrier’s agent review the damage and sign the description.
Immediately notify the carrier of the damage or loss by telephone. Confirm this
report in writing within 48 hours. It is important that you contact the carrier
immediately. Also report the damage to INCON Intelligent Controls, Inc. promptly,
so that we may assist you with your claim.
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The risk of loss or damage to merchandise in shipping remains with the buyer. It is
the buyer’s responsibility to file and settle the claim with the carrier.
You must obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number before returning
any equipment to INCON. See INCON Warranty Policy P/N 000-1197 about the
RMA procedure requirements. Shipments of returned material which have not
been authorized will be returned freight-collect.
Please have a pen and a piece of paper at hand when you call INCON – Technical
Service Department,1-800-984-6266 (+207 283 0156), for a Return Material
Authorization number. One of our Service Technicians will also give you the return
shipping address and shipping instructions.
Return Shipping Charges
Under Warranty
INCON will pay all freight and insurance charges for all “Under-Warranty” RMA’s.
Non-Warranty
It is the buyer’s responsibility to prepay all freight and insurance charges for NonWarranty RMA’s.
NOTE
Reference chapter 10 in this manual for Warranty issues.
Materials Required for this Installation
TABLE 1-1: Cables Required for Liquid Level Probes
The type of cable required for Liquid Level Probes is based on the length of
cable run from the probe to the Tank Sentinel console.
Cable Type
Probe Model: TSP-LL2
Belden No.
87760 0.12” (3 mm) OD ............... 260 ft (80 M) maximum
* Belden No. 87761 0.12” (3 mm) OD .............. 400 ft (122 M) maximum
Belden No.
88761 0.12” (3 mm) OD .............. 400 ft (122 M) maximum
* Belden No. 89182 0.31” (7.9 mm)OD ........... 1500 ft (450 M) maximum
Only use cable specified above – DO NOT exceed maximum
cable lengths. See probe label / shipping tube for Model, S/N, Gradient, etc.
* You can order this cable from INCON
NOTE
Intrinsically safe (I.S.) probe cable(s) and leak detection
sensor wires/cables may be run together within the same
conduit.
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Cable or Wire for Leak Detection Sensors
Leak Detection Sensor Cable is required when NOT run through rigid metal
conduit. Reference the Direct Burial Cable – Installation Manual (P/N 000-1041) for
further information. See below for Cable type and description:
Alpha 58411 (INCON P/N 600-0062)
Two conductor Cable for standard, 2 conductor
Leak Detection Sensors, 0.114” (2.9 mm) O.D.
Alpha 58113 (INCON P/N 600-0063)
Three conductor Cable for 3 conductor
Leak Detection Sensors, 0.128” (3.3 mm) O.D.
Leak Detection Sensor Wire can be used when enclosed within rigid metal
conduit — from the sensor to the Tank Sentinel console:
3
Type THHN, TFFN, or THWN, Black, White, and Red,
18 AWG (1.0 mm) minimum, 1500 feet max. wire run length
Wire required for the Tank Sentinel Console:
3
1
A/R
Power – 16 AWG (1.3 mm) to 12 AWG (2 mm) Max. – Black, White, and
Green.
Safety Ground – 12 AWG (2 mm) Green (2 may be required in some
locations).
Accessories – Type THHN, TFFN, or THWN, 18 AWG (1.0 mm) minimum.
Circuit Breaker
10 Amp — providing power only for the Tank Sentinel System!
Weatherproof Junction Boxes
Minimum 16 cubic inch (262 cubic cm) weatherproof junction box, cover, and cover
gasket for the manholes of: Liquid Level Probes and Leak Detection Sensors. See
chapter 5 about part numbers for 1/2” (12.7 mm) and 3/4” (19.1 mm) conduit
junction boxes and recommended manufacturers. Also use 3/4” (19.1 mm) to 1/2”
(12.7 mm) bushings for Probe/Sensor compression fittings. Also, see Chapter 5.
NOTE
Use a weatherproof metal pull box for combining several circuits that will run into
the Tank Sentinel console through one or more conduits.
Use a separate weatherproof metal pull box to combine intrinsically safe (I.S.) liquid
level probe, and leak detection sensor wiring. DO NOT RUN OTHER NONINTRINSICALLY WIRING WITHIN THE I.S. PULL BOX! Run 1/2” (12.7 mm) or 3/4”
(19.1 mm) I.S. probe or sensor conduit from the manholes to the I.S. pull box, and
then run up to four, 1/2” (12.7 mm) or 3/4” (19.1 mm)conduit to the I.S. conduit
knockouts at the console.
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Conduit
Conduit - male NPT threaded: use 1/2” (12.7 mm) or 3/4” (19.1 mm) for Intrinsically
Safe probe and sensor wiring to the console, from the manholes, use 1/2” (12.7
mm) or 3/4” (19.1 mm) conduit, and use 1/2” (12.7 mm) or 3/4” (19.1 mm) for NonIntrinsically Safe accessories, and power wiring. Also, see Chapter 5.
Conduit Hardware
Conduit nuts, 90 & 45 degree fittings, “T” fittings, FF reducing couplings, FF
couplings, weatherproof metal pull boxes, EYS – epoxy “Y” seal fittings, epoxy,
UniStrut and UniStrut Nut assemblies, conduit clamps, and fasteners that are
appropriate for the wall construction.
Splice Connector Kits MUST BE USED — this is a Warranty Requirement
Use the INCON approved, moisture-resistant no-strip splice connectors for liquid
level probe and leak detection sensor wires. You may order the TSP-KW30, which
contain 30 of the INCON approved, moisture resistant connectors.
Using the moisture resistant splice connectors will:
•
Reduce/eliminate corrosion of the wire connections – from repeated exposure to
water condensation, which causes eventual signal loss, and system failures.
•
Reduce/eliminate equipment damage – from water flooding around the
connectors, which causes short-circuit damage.
Thread Sealant (UL classified)
Use a non-hardening “stay-soft” teflon pipe dope, or equivalent, to seal and
waterproof all tank riser pipe threads. Make sure the pipe dope is chemically
non-reactive to the product in the tank(s).
Pipe Dope
Apply pipe dope to seal/waterproof all outdoor electrical conduit fitting threads,
including the hole plugs at the weatherproof junction boxes.
Riser Pipes
ANSI Schedule 40 (or chemically non-reactive) – 4 inch NPT (DN115 BSP 4-11)
riser pipes for Liquid Level Probes. See Leak Detection Sensor Installation manuals
about any required riser pipes and riser cap adapters.
Probe Installation Kit(s)
See Chapter 6 of this manual about the items included with the TSP-K4A standard
probe installation kit. For Chemical Applications, see the TSP-LL2C Level Probe
Installation Instructions about the TSP-K4AS stainless steel riser cap adapter kit
and the TSP-SSP stainless steel product float.
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TSP-LL2 Probe Floats
Floats for 4-inch (101.6 mm)riser pipes, order:
TSP-IGF4 for Gasoline, or TSP-IDF4 for Diesel and fuel oils.
Floats for 2-inch (50.8 mm)riser pipes, order:
TSP-IGF2 for Gasoline, or TSP-IDF2 for Diesel and fuel oils, or
TSP-SSP stainless steel float for Chemical products.
Manufacturers’ Tank Chart for each Tank
The manufactures’ Tank Chart and other documentation will be used for installation
and programming, and possibly, for future reference. Keep this information — do
not discard it!
TABLE 1-2: Approved Leak Detection Sensors
TSP-EIS
(Electro-optical Interstitial liquid – Standard sensor)
TSP-ULS
(Universal Liquid – Standard sensor)
TSP-ULS
TSP-EIS
Order: See sensor manuals for materials required and installation details.
TSP-HLS /
(High product Level – Standard sensor)
TSP-HLST
TSP-HIS
T SP-HLS
TSP-HIS /
(Hydrostatic Interstitial reservoir – BriteSensor)
TSP-DIS
TSP-HIS-XL
TSP-DIS
(Discriminating Interstitial liquid – BriteSensor)
TSP-DDS
(Discriminating Dispenser Sump – BriteSensor)
TSP-DTS
(Discriminating Turbine Sump – BriteSensor)
TSP-DDS
TSP-MWS
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T SP-DVS
TSP-DTS
TSP-DVS
(Discriminating Vapor – BriteSensor)
TSP-MWS
(Discriminating Monitoring Well – BriteSensor)
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NOTE
BriteSensors ® are
sensors that digitally
communicates the
sensor–type and
alarm status of the
sensor. Most
BriteSensors can
discriminate between
water and
hydrocarbon products
and produces
different alarm codes
for each.
Brite Sensors are
not approved for
use in European
Union markets
where ATEX
approved devices
are required.
Standard sensors
do not use digital
data. They operate
like an ON–OFF
switch which is closed
when no liquid is
present and open
when a liquid is
detected.
Installation Options:
RMC vs. Alternate – Direct Cable Burial Method
The requirement for, and cost of Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC), which is noted and
shown throughout this manual, can be reduced IF you use the direct burial
installation method for liquid level probe and leak detection sensor cables. Follow
the instructions explicitly in the Direct Burial Cable Installation Guide (INCON
P/N: 000-1041).
Only use the type of cables specified in the Direct Burial Installation Guide for liquid
level probes and leak detection sensors, and Do Not exceed recommended cable
lengths. Also, make sure local codes permit “direct burial” of cables.
Installation Do’s and Don’ts – DO’s
DO
Read the Installation Manual carefully before starting to install the Tank
Sentinel® system.
DO
Plan and record all conduit runs to: junction boxes. Also record the types
(models) and locations of all accessories, and all sensors, before mounting
the Tank Sentinel® console.
DO
Disconnect all power before making any electrical connections.
DO
Install the Tank Sentinel® system to meet your National Electrical Code
(U.S.A. = NFPA 70), state and local electrical codes, and any applicable
safety codes, including U.S.A. – NFPA 30A.
DO
Follow Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) wiring practices. All I.S. wiring must be
installed in sealed conduit. Intrinsically Safe probe, and all sensor wiring
must be separated from all other wiring.
DO
Use the designated conduit “knockouts” to bring field wiring into the
console enclosure. Intrinsically safe probe, and all sensor wiring must be
isolated and run separately from all other wiring.
DO
Install #12 AWG (2.0 mm) ground wires between the system safety ground
and a suitable earth ground, such as the ground bus in the electrical panel.
Smaller safety ground wiring is not acceptable.
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DO
Provide a dedicated 10 Amp circuit breaker, which is marked exclusively for
“Tank Sentinel System power ONLY”.
DO
Make sure conduits and junction boxes are dry and watertight. Faulty
operation will result from wet wiring.
DO
Mount the Tank Sentinel console in a dry indoor environment, where it will
be protected from extremes in temperature.
DO
Block off your work area when working around the tanks if vehicles can
approach the area.
Installation Do’s and Don’ts – DON’Ts
1
DON’T
Mount the Tank Sentinel® console in a hazardous area where flammable
liquid vapors may be present. An explosion could result.
DON’T
Allow field service work by unauthorized persons. Field service by
unauthorized personnel can render the system unsafe and will void the
warranty.
DON’T
Operate the system without safety shields installed.
DON’T
Exceed the maximum probe cable length recommendations. Unreliable
operation and erroneous readings could result.
DON’T
Wire the probes with unapproved types of cable. Unreliable operation,
safety hazards, and erroneous readings will result.
DON’T
Short circuit the probes or wire them backwards. The I.S. circuits may be
damaged.
DON’T
Mix or run any non-intrinsically-safe wiring in conduit/pull box / wireway that
contains Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) probe or sensor wiring. Intrinsically Safe
liquid-level probe wiring, and leak-detection sensor wiring, must be
isolated from all other wiring.
DON’T
Mix or run any wiring in conduit/raceways that contain INCON Tank
Sentinel® wiring.
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DON’T
Substitute any components. Intrinsic safety could be impaired.
DON’T
Drill or punch any holes in the Tank Sentinel console enclosure.
CAUTION Read the installation instructions carefully. The Tank Sentinel®
system is designed to be safe when correctly installed. It is possible to create
explosion hazards, health hazards, risk of death, and environmental hazards
through incorrect installation.
Installation Procedure Overview – Steps
Step 1
Excavate down to the tanks to gain access to the bungs (openings) which will be
used to install the level probes, and interstitial leak detection sensors (USTs only).
Step 2
Install a 4 inch (101.6 mm) riser pipe on each tank for the level probe. This riser
must allow access into the tank. (Note: For tanks with a 2 inch (50.8 mm)bung
access, add a 4-to-2 inch (101.6 to 50.8 mm) reducer at the tank and then install a
4 inch (101.6 mm) riser. This configuration requires 2 inch (50.8 mm) floats — see
instructions provided).
Step 3
Install a 2 or 4 inch (50.8 or 101.6 mm) riser pipe (as required) on each tank for
each optional interstitial leak detection sensor. This riser must allow access to the
interstitial space between double wall tanks.
Step 4
Install a manhole around each riser (USTs only).
Step 5
Mount the Tank Sentinel console in a suitable indoor location.
Step 6
Install threaded, conduit between the manhole junction boxes, I.S. pull boxes, and
the console. Install EYS seal fittings before the pull boxes, and manhole junction
boxes (manholes apply to USTs only)
Step 7
With power off: Install the probe and sensor wiring to the Tank Sentinel console.
Use ONLY the cables and wire types specified in this manual (or the Direct Burial
Cable manual).
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Step 8
With power off: Install conduit and connect the line power to the console. Leave
the line power Circuit Breaker off at the electrical power panel until all wiring has
been verified correct.
Step 9
Install a separate telephone line for the optional modem / fax.
Step 10 With power off: Install optional accessories, conduit, and wiring to external
devices, such as discrete/run inputs or line leak detectors, as detailed in this
manual or in an installation addendum.
Step 11 With power off: Install optional conduits and wire external alarm devices, such as
a TS-RK (remote Alarm Acknowledge unit) and TS-RA1 or TS-RA2 (remote Tank
Overfill Alarm unit) as described in their Installation manual.
Step 12 Review and verify that all level probe wiring is completed in accordance with this
manual, and that all other devices (Sensors, External Devices, and Alarm units,
etc.) are wired correctly. Incorrect liquid-level probe wiring, or leak-detection sensor
wiring, will damage the console at start-up.
Step 13 Reinstall all terminal safety shields/covers. Power up and program the Tank
Sentinel® system for your application, as described in the Programming Guide.
Step 14 Test and then install each of the level probes in their tanks.
Step 15 Test and then install the leak detection sensors between the walls of the double
wall tanks, in liquid sumps, or other locations as described in their installation
manual ...an installation manual is provided with each type of sensor.
Step 16 Seal all tested probe and sensor EYS conduit fittings with epoxy and then reinstall
all junction box cover gaskets and covers.
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Riser Pipes & Manholes
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
CAUTION You must comply with state and local electrical codes as well as the
National Electrical Code when installing the Tank Sentinel® system.
CAUTION Take precautions to insure that vehicles cannot enter the work area
during installation if the tank site is located where vehicular traffic is possible.
Riser Pipes for Level Probes
The riser pipe and manhole installation for the level probe is shown in Figure 2-1. If
you are installing the Tank Sentinel probe in an existing tank, which is buried, you
must excavate down to the top of the tank. The Tank Sentinel liquid level probe
must be installed in a four inch riser pipe. Riser pipes should be made of 4 inch,
threaded, ANSI schedule 40 pipe, with 4-8 NPT (DN115 BSP 4-11) male threads at
both ends. This method of installation makes it possible to access the level probe
for service or replacement if necessary.
The probe shaft must extend into the riser pipe at least 5 inches (127 mm) to avoid
submerging the head of the probe if a tank is overfilled.
NOTE
If possible, the level probe should be installed at or near the center of the tank. This
will provide the most accurate volume readings.
Information Required
For each tank installed, you will need the tank manufacturers’ documentation to find
the: Tank Model Number, Tank Size, Bung Access Location and Sizes, and the
Tank Strapping Table or “Tank Chart”. This data will also be used when the Tank
Sentinel® system is setup / programmed — Do Not discard this information.
The length of the riser pipe installed will depend on the tank diameter, probe length
and depth at which the tank is buried. From these dimensions, it is possible to
determine a minimum and maximum riser length. The maximum tank diameter and
the overall length of standard Tank Sentinel probes are listed in Table 2-1.
RISER PIPES & MANHOLES
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TABLE 2-1.
STANDARD (STD) TANK SENTINEL PROBES
dimensions are listed in inches (mm)
Probe
Probe
Maximum
Model TSP-LL2
Model
Shaft
Tank
Probe
Length
Diameter
Overall Length
LL2-29
29(737)
24(610)
39(991)
LL2-41
41(1041)
36(914)
51(1295)
LL2-53
53(1346)
48(1219)
63(1600)
LL2-69
69(1753)
64(1626)
79(2007)
LL2-77
77(1956)
72(1829)
87(2210)
LL2-81
81(2057)
76(1930)
91(2311)
LL2-89
89(2261)
84(2134)
99(2515)
LL2-101
101(2565)
96(2438)
111(2819)
LL2-113
113(2870)
108(2743)
123(3124)
LL2-125
125(3175)
120(3048)
135(3429)
LL2-131
131(3327)
126(3200)
141(3581)
LL2-137
137(3480)
132(3353)
147(3734)
LL2-149
149(3785)
144(3658)
159(4039)
Riser Pipe Length Calculations
Minimum Riser Length
Start with the overall length of the probe, add 5 inches (127mm) for the support
chain, and subtract the tank diameter. See Example minimum riser length
calculations (below) for a TSP-LL2-101 probe in two different sized tanks.
92 Inch (2337mm)Tank
96 Inch(2438mm) Tank
inches (mm)
inches (mm)
TSP-LL2-101 Probe Overall Length
Allowance for suspension chain
2
111(2819)
+
+
5(127)
5(127)
Total
116(2946)
116(2946)
Tank diameter
– 92(2337)
– 96(2438)
Minimum Riser Length
NOTE
111(2819)
=
24(609)
20(508)
It is possible through the minimum riser length equation for the calculation to be
less than 18 inches. It is recommended that the riser be at least 18 inches (457
mm) for a model TSP-LL2 Probe (Reference Figure 2-1).
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Maximum Riser Length
Take the distance from grade level to the top of the tank, and then subtract 6
inches (152.4 mm) — which is the minimum riser top to grade distance. See the
Example maximum riser length calculation (below):
Grade to top of tank
36" (914.4 mm)
Minimum riser to grade
– 6" (152.4 mm)
Maximum Riser Length
= 30" (762 mm)
CONCRETE SLAB
(TYPICAL)
PER NFPA30
(GRADE LEVEL)
14 INCH (356 mm) MINIMUM
DIAMETER MANHOLE COVER
6.0" TO 18"
152 mm TO 457 mm
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION BOX
MANHOLE
2.75 REF.
(69.8 mm)
COMPRESSION
GLAND FITTING
EXCESS CABLE
"COILED-UP"
4.0" RISER PIPE
ANSI SCH 40
or
DN115
BSP 4-11
EYS SEAL FITTING
1/2" (12.7 mm)
OR 3/4" (19.1 mm)
CONDUIT
ISOLATION BUSHING
(MAY BE REQUIRED
WITH STEEL TANK)
Figure 2-1.
NOTE
Hint
18.0"
(457 mm)
MIN.
SEE
NOTE
BELOW
FILL
MATERIAL
TOP OF TANK
NOTE:
INCREASE THE 18" (457 mm) MINIMUM DIMENSION
IF THE PROBE LENGTH IS OVER-LENGTH FOR
THE TANK. ALSO SEE SECTIONS 3, 5, & 6.
Typical Level Probe – Riser Pipe & Manhole
A problem exists if the maximum riser length is less than the minimum calculated
riser length. This may be the result of an incorrect calculation, an inappropriate
choice of probe for the tank diameter, or insufficient burial depth.
It is recommended that the top of the riser be no more that 18 inches (457 mm)
maximum below grade level to provide easy access for service.
RISER PIPES & MANHOLES
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Riser Installation — Level Probe
After excavating down to the top of the tank, locate the bung that will be used to
install the riser pipe and level probe. Apply thread sealant to the “tank-side” of the
threaded riser pipe, remove the pipe plug from the tank bung, and install the 4 inch
(102 mm) riser pipe in this bung.
NOTE
For tanks with 2 inch (50.8 mm) bungs, add a 4-to-2 inch (101.6 to 50.8 mm)
reducer at the tank and then install a 4 inch riser (this configuration requires 2-inch
floats). For tanks with 3 inch (76.2 mm) bungs, add a 4-to-3 inch (101.6 to 76.2
mm) reducer at the tank and then install a 4 inch (101.6 mm) riser (this
configuration also requires 2-inch (50.8 mm) floats).
CAUTION When installing a riser pipe in a steel tank, applicable codes of
practice may require that a nonconductive isolation bushing be installed between
the tank and riser pipe. It is the installer’s responsibility to comply with all applicable
federal, state and local codes.
Manhole Installation
Install an approved manhole at each riser pipe location. Manholes of 14" (355.6
mm) minimum diameter are recommended. To make sure that there is adequate
clearance for the installation of the electrical junction box and for service, position
the manhole over the riser carefully — offset the manhole around the riser pipe. It is
recommended that the bottom of the manhole be filled with crushed stone to
facilitate drainage. Do not cover the top of the riser with fill material, it must remain
accessible for service, and for probe installation. (Manholes are not required with
AST applications.)
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Tank Measurements
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Before Backfilling
In order to achieve the highest possible accuracy from the Tank Sentinel system, a
number of tank measurements must be made before the tank excavation is
backfilled. This data is used to calculate the tank tilt offset for tanks that are not
level. The best method uses calculated product and water offsets that virtually
“moves” the probe to the center of the tank. If the probe is mounted in the center of
the tank, then no corrections are required (offsets = 0.0). Alternatively, if the data
to calculate tank tilt is not known, or if the tank is not seriously tilted, then use +/–
offsets to adjust the probe readings to match the stick readings at fill.
Figure 3 - 1 shows the tank tilt formula to use when the fill tube and probe are on
opposite sides of the tank center-line. Figure 3 - 2 shows the formula to use when
the fill tube and probe are on the same side of the tank center-line.
CENTER OF TANK
" XF "
Fill
" XP "
level
Probe
Fill & Probe on
opposite sides of
Tank
C
Center... L
C
L
Product / Water
Offset =
(LF - LP) * XP
DROP TUBE
XP + XF
TOP OF TANK
" LF "
Level
at Fill
" LP "
Level
at Probe
AIR
FUEL
PRODUCT
LEVEL
TANK
DIAMETER
FUEL
Tank shown
tilted
WATER
LENGTH OF TANK
Figure 3-1.
Typical Tank – Fill & Probe on Opposite Sides of Tank Center
TANK MEASUREMENTS
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CENTER OF TANK
" XP "
" XF "
level
Probe
Fill
Fill & Probe on
the same side of
the tank
Product / Water
Offset =
C
L
(LF - LP) * XP
XP - XF
TOP OF TANK
" LP "
Level
at Probe
AIR
DROP TUBE
" LF "
Level
at Fill
FUEL
PRODUCT
LEVEL
TANK
DIAMETER
Tank
shown
tilted
FUEL
WATER
LENGTH OF TANK
Figure 3-2.
Typical Tank – Fill & Probe on the Same Side of the Tank Center
Product Level Measurement – values
You must measure the product level at two points in the tank to determine the
degree to which it is tilted. A level measurement is made at the fill pipe (drop tube)
and at the location where the level probe will be installed. Record these level
measurements for each tank in the spaces provided below.
The tank must have liquid in it before these measurements are taken. If a tank is
empty, collect all of the other data until the tank has been at least partially filled,
and then take these level measurements.
Level at:
FILL (LF)
PROBE (LP)
FILL (LF)
TANK 1
TANK 2
TANK 3
TANK 4
TANK 5
TANK 6
TANK 7
TANK 8
PROBE (LP)
NOTE
The blank fields for tanks 5 though 8 are for Tank Sentinel® consoles, Model
numbers: TS-2001 and TS-508 only (this is true throughout this manual).
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Distance from Fill to Center-line – “ XF ” values
Carefully measure the distance between the center of the Fill tube and the center of
the tank. We call this distance “ XF.” Record the distance between these two
points for each tank in the spaces provided below.
“ XF ”
“ XF ”
TANK 1
TANK 2
TANK 3
TANK 4
TANK 5
TANK 6
TANK 7
TANK 8
Distance from Probe to Center-line – “ XP ” values
Carefully measure the distance between the center of the opening where the level
probe will be installed and the center of the tank. We call this distance “ XP.”
Record the distance between these two points for each tank in the spaces provided
below.
“ XP ”
“ XP ”
TANK 1
TANK 2
TANK 3
TANK 4
TANK 5
TANK 6
TANK 7
TANK 8
Calculating Tank Tilt
Water Offset
Stick the tank to ensure that there is no water present. The water offset in the ATG
setup programming can be used to “zero” the water level reading of the ATG.
Typically, a small negative number in the water offset is needed to zero the water
float ...be sure to program the gradient before figuring out the water offset.
Product Offset
See next page. Fill in the blank equations with the appropriate & correct values for
each tank. Perform the mathematical operations indicated in the formula used to
calculate the tank tilt offset for every tank. Write the answers in the blank spaces.
NOTE
Avoid errors... use a calculator and double-check all calculations. Keep all positive
and negative (+/– sign) values... offsets can be either positive or negative.
TANK MEASUREMENTS
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Reference Figures 3 - 1 and 3 - 2. Use the appropriate Formula below, to find the
Tilt value for each Tank (the sign of XF changes depending on which figure is
used)... N represents a Tank number, and an asterisk ( * ) means multiply by:
(LF – LP)* XP per Figure 3 - 2
Tilt N = (LF – LP)* XP per Figure 3 - 1
or XP – XF
XP + XF
(PROBE AND FILL ON SAME SIDE OF TANK CENTER)
(PROBE AND FILL ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF TANK CENTER)
Tilt 1 =
(
)
(
Tilt 3 =
(
)
(
(
)
=
Tilt 4 =
(
=
Tilt 6 =
(
)
(
=
Tilt 8 =
(
)
=
)
)
(
=
)
)
(
=
)
)
(
)
(
)
(
)
(
Tilt 7 =
Tilt 2 =
)
(
Tilt 5 =
=
=
)
Tank Type, Capacity, Inside Diameter, and Length Data
Record this data for each tank in the spaces provided below. If the inside diameter or
length of the tank is not known, measure it carefully.
TYPE
CAPACITY
DIAMETER
TANK 1
TANK 2
TANK 3
TANK 4
TANK 5
TANK 6
TANK 7
TANK 8
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Console Mounting
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Console Location
To get maximum benefit from the system, locate the console where personnel
can easily make use of it — mount it at eye-level for operator convenience. The
selected location must be indoors, and in an area that is classified as
nonhazardous. The console must be well protected from rain, condensation,
extremes of temperature, severe vibration, and other conditions which could
cause damage. A typical UST system installation is shown in Figure 4-1.
Mount the console level on a vertical surface using appropriate fasteners
between 2 feet (0.6 m) and 6 feet (1.9 m) high. For European applications the
console must be located in a pollution degree 2 environment per IEC60664.
In addition, the console must be located so that the wiring, between the level
probes, and the console DOES NOT exceed 1500 feet (457.2 m). See
CAUTION and WARNING on the next page.
ELECTRICAL POWER PANEL
T2 / T1 / T4
T7 / T8 TANK
SENTINEL
CONSOLE
(MODEL
T1 SHOWN)
MODEL TS-RA2
REMOTE OVERFILL
ALARM UNIT
T A N K O V E R F IL L A L A R M
A C K N OW L ED G E
MODEL TS-RK
IN T EL L IG EN T C O NT R O LS I NC .
7 4 IN DU TR IA L P AR K R OA D
SA C O, M AIN E 0 40 72
MODEL TS-RK
ACKNOWLEDGE
UNIT
S TA TU S
S YS TE M
O KA Y
M 1
M 2
CONDUIT FOR
INTRINSICALLY SAFE
PROBES & SENSORS
R
TS-1001 TANK SENTINEL
ENV IR ONM EN TAL C ONT RO LS DI VIS IO N
TA NK
OK AY
SE NS OR
OK AY
M 3
SEPARATE WEATHERPROOF
PULL BOX FOR INTRINSICALLY
SAFE PROBE AND SENSOR
CABLES ONLY
M 4
P OW ER
A
W A R N IN G S
N
B
O
G ROS S
A LARM
C
A LA R M
TE ST
P
L EV EL
CA NC E L
1
2
3
CA NC E L
D
Q
T AN K
E
R
ULL AG E
F
S
W A T ER
P RO DU CT
4
5
6
V
AL AR M
J
W
R EP OR T
G
T
UP
+ /-
F EE D
H
U
M EN U
I
7
8
L
ACK
S H IF T
9
Y
TEST
0
M
K
X
D OW N
S PA C E
Z
SET U P
EN TE R
.
EYS SEAL FITTING
(TYPICAL)
TELEPHONE LINE FOR OPTIONAL FAX/MODEM
NON-HAZARDOUS AREA
MODEL
TSP-KI2
RISER CAP
HAZARDOUS AREA
TO
TSP-DIS
OR
TSP-EIS
(CLASS I, DIVISION 1,
GROUP D)
RISER
PIPE
MODEL
TSP-K4A
RISER CAP
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION
BOX
MODEL TSP-LL2
LIQUID LEVEL
PROBE
EYS SEAL FITTING
(TYPICAL)
TANK 1
(SECTION A)
LEAK DETECTION
SENSOR
MODEL TSP-DIS
OR
TSP-EIS
(TS-2001 / TS-1001
CONSOLES ONLY)
Figure 4-1.
TANK 1...
(SECTION B)
...TANK 4
Typical Tank Sentinel UST Installation
CONSOLE MOUNTING
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WARNING Do not install the console in a location where flammable vapors
may be present. An explosion could result causing serious injury, property loss,
or death.
CAUTION The maximum distance from the Tank Sentinel console to the
liquid level probe must not exceed 1500 feet (457.2 m) for model TSP-LL2
probes. In addition, the maximum distance from the Tank Sentinel® console to
leak detection sensors must not exceed 1500 feet (457.2 m). Improper system
operation, system error alarms, and inaccurate data can result if level probe
cable lengths or leak detection sensor wiring exceed these limits. Reference
Sensor Installation manual(s) for TS-1001 consoles, Materials Required and
Level Probe Wiring in Chapter 1 & 7 of this manual.
Mounting the Console
Use the holes in the four right angle brackets to mount the Tank Sentinel®
console enclosure. The location of the four holes is shown in Figures 4-2 & 4-3
Select fasteners that have sufficient load carrying capacity and which are
appropriate for the wall construction. Mount the Tank Sentinel® console
vertically and level on an interior wall. Also, locate the console so the console
door can open fully (it is hinged on the left side).
7.00 (177.8 mm)
1.50
(38.1 mm)
TYP.
0.31 (7.9 mm)
THRU MOUNTING HOLES
TYP. FOUR PLACES
13.38
(339.9
mm)
REF
11.75
(298.5
mm)
REF
HINGE SIDE of
CONSOLE DOOR
11.00 x 12.00
(279.4 x 304.8 mm)
REF
1.00
(25.4 mm)
TYP.
12.75
(323.9
mm)
0.31
(7.9 mm)
TYP.
10.75 (273.1 mm) REF
Figure 4-2 T1 / T8 / T4 / T7 Console Mounting Holes (door not dimensioned)
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Figure 4-3
T2 Console Mounting Holes (door not dimensioned)
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13.25"
(336.6 mm)
11.75" REF
(298.5 mm)
1.00"
(25.4 mm)
HINGE SIDE
CONSOLE DOOR
(17.00" x 12.00" REF)
(431.8 mm x 304.8 mm)
0.35"
(8.9 mm)
16.75" REF
(425.5 mm)
12.75"
(323.9 mm)
2.00"
(50.8 mm)
1.00"
(25.4 mm)
12.56"
(319 mm)
0.31" (7.9 mm)
THRU HOLES
(4 TYP)
5
Conduit and Junction Boxes
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Conduit Requirements
All wiring for the Tank Sentinel® system must be installed within conduit.
Exceptions to this requirement (such as the Fax/Modem telephone
communications cables) are noted in this manual. Other exceptions may be
shown in other Tank Sentinel® documentation, such as accessory manuals,
application bulletins, or addendum. Reference all documentation provided, and
your local codes.
Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) Probe and Sensor Conduit
The I.S. (Intrinsically Safe) liquid level probe cables and leak detection sensor
wiring must be completely enclosed in conduit, or as specified by your local
codes. Use 1/2” or 3/4” (12.7 mm or 19.1 mm) conduit from the weatherproof
junction box at the manhole, to an Intrinsically Safe weatherproof pull box, or
run 3/4” (19.1 mm) conduit directly to the console. This conduit must not contain
any other wiring other than the Intrinsically Safe probe or sensor wiring.
You may install a separate conduit for each probe and sensor, or you may use a
common conduit to carry the cables from several liquid level probes and leak
detection sensors – see Figure 5-1 on the last page of this chapter.
NOTE Intrinsically safe (I.S.) probe cable(s) and leak detection sensor
wires/cables may be run together within the same conduit.
I.S. Weatherproof Pull Box
The Intrinsically Safe, metal, weatherproof pull box must not contain any wiring
other than the I.S. probe or sensor wiring – see Figure 5-1 on the last page of this
chapter.
Epoxy “ Y “ Seal Fittings (EYS)
EYS fittings must be installed at the manhole and at the building. The EYS fittings
must be sealed with epoxy – see Figure 5-1 on the last page of this chapter.
Conduit Knockouts
Either three 1/2” – 3/4” (12.7 - 19.1 mm), or four 3/4” – 1” (19.1 - 25.4 mm)
dual-sized knockouts are provided at the console for intrinsically safe probe and
sensor connections from the weatherproof pull box, or junction boxes. As you
plan the location and number of conduits that you will install, consider the
number and diameter of the probe and sensor cables.
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5
WARNING All wiring must enter the Tank Sentinel® enclosure through the
designated knockouts. Use only those knockouts labeled “Intrinsically Safe Probe
and Sensor Wiring Only” for liquid level probe and leak detection sensor wiring. An
explosion hazard may result if other openings are used.
Weather Proof Junction Boxes
You must install a weatherproof, electrical junction box inside each manhole.
They will be used to connect (splice) the cables coming from the console to leak
detection sensors, or to liquid level probes. Use sealing compound or gaskets at
each entry point to the junction box to maintain its weatherproof characteristics.
Junction boxes should have a minimum volume of 16 cubic inches (262.2 cubic
cm).
These junction boxes should be installed high on the side-wall of the manhole to
prevent them from being submerged during heavy rains. The recommended
probe cable type (and its outside diameter/O.D.) depends on the length of cable
run. The conduit size, and the type of junction box, size of the NPT (BSP)
openings, required is also affected by the length of the cable run / cable outside
diameter — see TABLE 7-1.
Conduit
The Probe and Sensor conduit may enter the manhole through its bottom or its
side. Install the conduit and the probe or sensor cord grip fittings at the lower
conduit fittings of the junction box (1/2” NPT, cable compression gland fittings
are supplied with all INCON probes and sensors). Reference Figure 5-1.
You will need 1/2” to 3/4” (12.7 to 19.1 mm) MF bushings for the 1/2” (12.7 mm)
NPT cord-grip (compression gland) fittings for junction boxes with 3/4” (19.1
mm) NPT conduit openings.
Installation Details
Reference Figures 4-1, 5-1, & 7-1. Dig trenches as necessary to install conduit
from each probe/sensor manhole to the console. Lay 1/2” to 3/4” (12.7 to 19.1
mm) threaded, conduit from each probe/sensor junction box to a metal,
weatherproof pull box. The metal, weatherproof pull box combines 1/2” to 3/4”
(12.7 to 19.1 mm) conduits from many probes and sensors, into one or more
1/2” to 3/4” (12.7 to 19.1 mm) conduit that is run to the Tank Sentinel console.
(Use unistrut and unistrut nut assemblies to secure all conduit runs as
required.)
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Conduits and junction boxes must be dry and watertight! Wet wiring will cause
the Tank Sentinel® system to malfunction. Apply pipe dope on the threads of
all fittings to produce waterproof seals.
NOTE
Conduits must have EYS seal fittings installed in accordance with NFPA 70
(National Electrical Code) and NFPA 30A (Automotive and Marine Service Station
Code).
WARNING Avoid explosion hazards and improper readings/faulty operation:
Run intrinsically safe wiring separately and apart from all other wiring.
WARNING Avoid explosion hazards: Only run intrinsically safe probe and
sensor cables or wires through the conduit, I.S. weatherproof pull box, and
metal conduit. Never run non-intrinsically safe wiring along with intrinsically safe
wiring ! And never wire, or splice, cables within the pull box !
NOTE
Intrinsically safe (I.S.) probe cable(s) and leak detection sensor
wires/cables may be run together within the same conduit.
ELECTRICAL DANGER Failure to seal conduits in accordance with NFPA
30A and NFPA 70 could allow flammable vapors to travel through the conduit
into the system console. An explosion could result causing serious injury,
property loss, or death.
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
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5-3
5
NOTE: See Chapter 7 for:
Conduit knockout size,
Location,
Purpose, and for
Console wiring.
R
TS-1001 TANK SENTINEL
STATUS
SYST EM
OKAY
M 1
M 2
E N V IR O N M E N T A L C O N T R O L S D IV IS IO N
TANK
OKAY
SENS OR
OKAY
M 3
M 4
PO WE R
A
N
PR O D UC T
1
D
FEED
Q
W AR NIN G S
B
O
G RO S S
2
E
R
AL AR M
C
S
U LL AG E
5
WATER
6
I
V
AL A RM
J
W
R E PO R T
7
8
9
L
A CK
SH IF T
Y
TEST
0
M
A L AR M
T ES T
P
LE VE L
3
F
TA N K
4
H
U
ME N U
C AN C EL
C A NC E L
G
T
UP
+/ -
K
X
DOW N
S P A CE
Z
S ET U P
.
EN T ER
I.S. Probe and Sensor wiring ONLY:
1/2 or 3/4" (12.7 or 19 mm) conduit knockouts for
T1, T8, T4, T7 consoles,
3/4 or 1" (19 or 25.4 mm) conduit knockouts for
T2 consoles... T1 console
shown at left.
Line Power
conduit
Telephone Cord for optional
internal TS-FM Fax/Modem
Weatherproof
Pull Box
for I.S. Probe
& Sensor
wiring ONLY
Weatherproof Junction Box
available with either
1/2 or 3/4" (12.7 or 19 mm)
NPT openings (shown with a
1/2 inch (12.7 mm) NPT
cable compression fitting)
EYS Seal Fittings
Unistrut Channel, Nut
Assemblies, & Clamps
Manhole
1/2 or 3/4" (12.7 or 19 mm)
threaded conduit (typical) for
I.S. Probe & Sensor
wiring ONLY
Weatherproof
Junction
Box
Probe/Sensor
Cable - loop
excess
cable
EYS Seal Fitting
Figure 5-1. Typical Conduit & Junction Box Detail for UST Installations
— ❖ —
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6
Level Probe Installation
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Installation Preparation
The level probes are installed in underground storage tanks (USTs) and
aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) and are suspended by a chain. The probes are
designed to fit inside 4-inch (101.6 mm) riser pipes. Before starting the probe
installation, be sure that you have the necessary hardware: level probe(s), product
and water interface floats, and the TSP-K4A probe installation kit(s) on hand. Parts
supplied with the TSP-K4A probe installation kit are identified with an asterisk ( * )
below. For each tank, locate the following items:
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
NOTE
NOTE
Level probe
Product float
Water interface float — optional — only used with Petroleum Applications
* Threaded adjustment eye bolt and suspension chain (with wing nut and split
ring attached)
* Steel Support plate (with rubber grommet and insulating washer installed),
* Four inch NPT (101.6 mm) riser cap adapter
* Riser cap
* Compression gland seal fitting (cord grip)
* (3) Moisture resistant, no-strip, electrical wire splice connectors
The TS-504 and TS-508 tank gauges (T4 T8) are inventory only systems and use
the TSP-LL2-__I inventory only probes. These probes are installed and wired the
same and look the same as the black-headed TSP-LL2-__ probe except that the
TSP-LL2-__I has a yellow-tinted head.
Chemical Applications require different probes and parts for the installation. All are
made out of # 316 stainless steel and they are the: TSP-LL2C-__ probe with a
swagelock fitting and float retainer assembly, the TSP-SSP float, and the
TSP-K4AS riser cap adapter. The TSP-LL2C-__ probe installation details are
shown later in this chapter.
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
Page
6-1
6
Adjusting Chain Length
The length of the suspension chain must be adjusted before the probe is installed.
Following the steps listed below:
1) Measure the distance from the top of the riser pipe to the bottom of the tank .
2) Look up the overall length of the probe in TABLE 2-1, or measure the overall length
of the probe.
3) Subtract the probe length from the distance measured from the top of the riser pipe
to the bottom of the tank, and then add 1/2" (12.7 mm) to this distance. This value
is the Total length of the chain including the split ring, and adjustment
eyebolt.
4) The suspension chain must be cut to the exact length required so that the
“Total length of the chain, split ring, and adjustment eye bolt” is equal to this value.
Mark the chain link to be cut.
5) Remove the split ring from the end of the chain and cut the chain to the correct
length. A pair of large diagonal cutters (dikes) will be helpful in cutting the chain.
WARNING Remove excess chain — DO NOT leave excess chain hanging from
the assembly within the riser pipe, failure to remove the chain may cause hazards!
6) After the chain has been cut, reattach the split ring to its end and measure the Total
overall length to make certain that it is within 1/2" (12.7 mm) of the correct value.
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TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Recording Probe: Gradient, Model No., & Serial No.
For each tank, record the probe model number, serial number, and the probe
gradient value (propagation constant), in the spaces provided (also see TABLE
2.1). This information is located on the label at the probe head, or on its shipping
tube. This information will be required to program the system.
PROBE — INSTALLED IN:
Model No.
Serial No.
Gradient
TANK 1
TANK 2
TANK 3
TANK 4
TANK 5
TANK 6
(T2 T8)
TANK 7
TANK 8
NOTE
The write-in fields for Tanks 5 though 8 are for the TS-2001 and TS-508 Tank
Sentinel® consoles only (this is true throughout this manual).
The TSP-LL2 probe has two labels. The "shipping-tube" label contains the same
information that is on the probe head label ...Model #, Serial #, Gradient, Probe
Length, Max. Tank Size, and Temperature Sensor Locations. For every installed
probe, use an indelible ink pen and mark the Tank Number where it was
installed – on each label. This information is used to program / setup the Tank
Sentinel console. Copy / save these labels and make sure they are given to
the programmer.
Typical Label
on Probe
Shipping
Tube
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
This is an
example label
DO NOT copy or
use any value
shown here.
2
NOTE
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6-3
6
Recording RTD/Temperature Sensor Locations
RTD/Temperature sensors measure the temperature of the product. The Tank
Sentinel uses the number and position of these temperature sensors within each
probe for precise volumetric calculations.
NOTE
For “special” length probes that are not listed in TABLE 2.1: accurately
record the RTD/Temperature Sensor Locations in this section. Skip this step if
you are not installing a special length probe.
Sensor number 1 is always at the bottom of the probe shaft, which will be the
smallest number listed on the Serial No./Model No. label at the probe head. INCON
probes have 5 temperature sensors (standard), but up to 6 are possible.
NOTE
This information is required to program the console to work with a “special” length
probe (one that is not listed in TABLE 2.1 of this manual), or with a probe that has
6 RTDs.
NOTE
Locations are not required when TSP-LL2-__I inventory only probes are used.
RTD/Temperature Sensor Locations for Special Probes
RTD #
RTD #
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
RTD #
6
– Probe 1
– Probe 3
RTD #
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
Page
6-4
– Probe 2
– Probe 4
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Recording RTD/Temperature Sensor Locations (continued... )
RTD/Temperature Sensor Locations for Special Probes
RTD #
– Probe 5
RTD #
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
– Probe 6
(T2 T8)
RTD #
NOTE
– Probe 7
RTD #
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
– Probe 8
The write-in fields for Tanks 5 though 8 are for the TS-2001 and TS-508 Tank
Sentinel® consoles only (this is true throughout this manual).
TSP-LL2 Probe Models & Float Identification
The TSP-LL2 liquid level probe may be available in two versions. The probe head
shapes are different although they both perform the same function. The older
version has a black molded housing, and the newer version has an extruded
aluminum housing. Both come with a #316 stainless steel float retainer and e-ring
to hold the floats on the stainless steel shaft (see page 6 - 1 for probe description).
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
Page
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6
Installing TSP-LL2 Probe Floats
1) Remove the stainless steel e-clip, and washer / spacer (this is the float retainer
assembly)
2) For Chemical probes, install the stainless steel TSP-K4AS riser cap adapter by
tightening the lower swagelock fitting (see Figure 6.2).
3) Slide the product float onto the probe shaft with the white-colored stem facing up,
toward the probe head (or the 2 inch (51 mm) float without ballast, or the TSP-SSP
float)
4) Next, install the water (interface) float on the probe shaft in a similar manner (N/A
for the Chemical Probe – TSP-LL2-C__)
5) Install the water interface float. Make sure that the water float you are installing is
appropriate for the liquid that is stored in the tank. The standard water float used
with gasoline has a red-colored stem. The 2 inch (51 mm) float for gasoline has a
G stamped on the nickel plated ballast. The water float used with fuel oils and
diesel fuel has a blue-colored stem. The 2 inch (51 mm) float for diesel or fuel oils
has a D stamped on the nickel plated ballast).
6) Reinstall the float retainer assembly (Stainless Steel washer/spacer, and the ERing clip) on the end of the TSP-LL2 probe shaft. Floats will be lost if these parts
are not properly installed.
PROBE CABLE
7
* CABLE ROUTED THRU
COMPRESSION GLAND
(CORD GRIP) FITTING
6
5
* TSP-K4A
RISER CAP
* CORK GASKET
4
1
* RISER CAP
ADAPTER
4 INCH DIA. RISER PIPE
ANSI SCH 40 M M 8 NPT
DN115 BSP 4-11
PROBE MODEL #, SERIAL #,
GRADIENT VALUE,
MAX TANK SIZE, LENGTH, &
RTD - TEMP SENSOR LOCATIONS
ON PROBE HEAD LABEL
( NOT SHOWN )
3
2
TSP-K4A PROBE INSTALLATION KIT DETAIL
Figure 6-1
6
Page
6-6
NOTE Numbered
items are
included with
the TSP-K4A
* STEEL SUPPORT PLATE (WITH
RUBBER CABLE GROMMET AND
SHOULDER WASHER
(INSULATION SIDE UP).
* EYE BOLT THRU SHOULDER
WASHER (INSULATION SIDE UP).
USE THE WING NUT TO ADJUST
PROBE HEIGHT
* RINGS & SUPPORT CHAIN
( CUT CHAIN TO THE EXACT
LENGTH REQUIRED. DO NOT
LEAVE SURPLUS CHAIN
ATTACHED ! )
TSP-LL2 Standard Probe Riser Cap Adapter (TSP-K4A)
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
TSP-K4AS
STAINLESS STEEL RISER CAP ADAPTER
FOR 4-INCH (101.6 mm) DIA. THREADED
RISER PIPES (8-NPT SS)
SWAGELOCK FITTING
(STAINLESS STEEL)
6.58" (167.1 mm)
4 INCH DIA. SS RISER PIPE
(ANSI SCH. 40, MM 8-NPT)
DN115 BSP 4-11
NOTE: STEEL
TANKS MAY
REQUIRE AN
ISOLATION
BUSHING
PER LOCAL
CODES
5.75"
(146 mm)
SWAGELOCK
(MOUNTED)
TSP-K4AS STAINLESS STEEL
RISER CAP ADAPTER
1.50" (38.1 mm)
TSP-LL2C PROBE SHAFT
(STAINLESS STEEL)
TSP-SSP PRODUCT FLOAT
(STAINLESS STEEL)
A IR
1.25" (31.8 mm)
PRO D U CT
5.0"
(127 mm)
NOTE
1) Seal fitting threads with
pipe dope that is compatible
with the chemicals stored in the tank.
2.) With the probe resting on the bottom
of the tank, hand-tighten the top swagelock
fitting and mark the top of the swagelock fitting
with an indelible ink pen.
INSTALL PROBE
1/4" (6.4 mm) ABOVE
BOTTOM OF TANK
FLOAT RETAINER
3.) Pull up on the probe 1/4" (6.4 mm) and tighten
the upper fitting so the probe doesn't move.
Figure 6-2 TSP-LL2C Chemical Probe Installation with a 2" (50.8 mm) TSP-SSP
Float
Floats – Standard Cautions and Notes
CAUTION Using the wrong floats on the TSP-LL2 level probe shaft will result
in erratic operation and incorrect level and volume data. Only use floats that are
designed for use with the TSP-LL2 liquid level probe.
CAUTION Avoid possible float damage, slide both floats down so they are at
the bottom of the probe shaft before you install the probe into the tank.
Other “2 inch” floats (model numbers TSP-IGF2, TSP-IDF2, and TSP-SSP) may be
used with the TSP-LL2 liquid level probe in special applications/products. Follow
the installation instructions provided with these floats.
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
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6
Installing the TSP-K4A Probe Installation Kit
Installing the TSP-K4A Riser Cap Adapter
Apply pipe dope or pipe sealant to the riser cap adapter. Screw the riser cap
adapter into the top of the 4 inch (101.6 mm) riser pipe (reference Figure 6-1).
Attaching the Probe Support Plate
Locate the TSP-K4A steel support plate containing a rubber grommet and
insulating shoulder washer (reference Figure 6-1). Place the adjustment eyebolt
through the hole in the insulated nylon shoulder washer located in the center of the
support plate (with the insulated shoulder washer’s insulation side up). Thread the
wing nut onto the adjustment eyebolt. Finally, pull the probe cable through the
rubber grommet as shown in Figure 6-1.
Test the level probe to make sure that the Tank Sentinel console is receiving the
level readings before you actually position it within the tank. To do this, skip the
Positioning the Level Probe in a Tank, Adjusting Probe Height, and the last
step in Final Level Probe Installation Steps until all probes are tested.
Positioning the Level Probe in a Tank
Carefully lower the probe assembly into the tank. Allow the support plate to enter
the riser cap adapter and seat itself on the shoulder of the cap adapter (reference
Figure 6-1). Push the probe cable through the compression (cord grip) fitting at the
riser cap.
Adjusting the Probe Height
Make sure the probe is sitting on the bottom of the tank by loosening the wing nut
until you feel slack in the chain (the probe is resting on the bottom of the tank).
Then turn the wing nut clockwise until you feel that there is no slack in the
suspension chain. Hold the end of the adjustment rod and turn the wing nut
clockwise, 2 to 4 full turns (only). This will raise the probe approximately 1/8" to 1/4"
(3.2 to 6.4 mm) above the bottom of the tank (see Figure 6-1).
CAUTION The probe must not rest on the bottom of the tank ! Incorrect
volume and level readings, and erratic operation could result if the end of the probe
shaft rests on the bottom of the tank.
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TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Final Level Probe Installation Steps
1) Leave a six inch (152.4 mm) cable service loop between the rubber grommet in the
steel support plate and the compression gland fitting at the TSP-K4A riser cap (see
Figure 6-1).
2) Tighten the riser cap compression fitting so that it grips the cable tightly and forms
a watertight seal (see Figure 6-1).
3) Push the probe’s cable through the compression gland fitting at the weatherproof
junction box. Make sure that you leave enough cable from the level probe to the
junction box (tye-wrap a coiled service loop) so that the probe can be easily be
removed and reinstalled without rewiring and splicing.
4) Tighten the compression gland fitting at the junction box so that it grips the cable
tightly and forms a watertight seal.
5) Lastly, position the TSP-K4A cover on the riser cap adapter and snap it in place.
You may install a bolt or lock through the lock-holes at the cover to secure it in a
closed position.
— ❖ —
LEVEL PROBE INSTALLATION
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6
7
System Wiring
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
NOTE
Conduits must enter the console enclosure only through the designated
knockouts as shown in Figures 7-1a and 7-1b. The LLDI wiring applies to (T1
T2) consoles only, while the Sensor and the Dispenser Interface Wiring (TSDIM) RS-485 wiring applies to all consoles.
TS-1001, TS-504, TS-508,
TS-750
TS-2001
(T1, T4, T7, T8)
(T2)
A
= 1/2 OR 3/4" (12.7 or 19 mm)
CONDUIT KNOCKOUTS
CONDUIT
KNOCKOUTS
FOR INTRINSICALLY
SAFE
PROBE AND
SENSOR
CIRCUIT
WIRING
ONLY !
RUNNING
NONINTRINSICALLY
SAFE
WIRING IN
THESE
CONDUITS
WILL
CREATE AN
EXPLOSION
HAZARD.
CONSULT
THE
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
FOR MORE
INFORMATION &
CONDUIT
SIZE.
B
CONDUIT
KNOCKOUTS
FOR INTRINSICALLY
SAFE
PROBE AND
SENSOR
CIRCUIT
WIRING
ONLY !
A
INTRINSICALLY
SAFE PROBE
AND SENSOR
CIRCUIT WIRING
ONLY !
A
A
PN 240-1181
Rev. A
CONDUIT
SPECIFICATIONS:
A
NON-INTRINSICALLY SAFE
WIRING ONLY - FOR:
TS-LLDI / TS-DIM
(RS-485) AND
DISCRETE INPUTS
TS-LLD &
DISCRETE
INPUTS
RELAY OUTPUTS
3 A @ 240 V AC,
3 A @ 30 V DC
RUNNING
INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING IN THE
SAME CONDUITS AS
NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE (NON–I.S.)
WIRING WILL
CREATE AN
EXPLOSION
HAZARD. CONSULT
THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.
RUNNING
NONINTRINSICALLY
SAFE
WIRING IN
THESE
CONDUITS
WILL
CREATE AN
EXPLOSION
HAZARD.
CONSULT
THE
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
FOR MORE
INFORMATION &
CONDUIT
SIZE.
B
B
B
B
PN 240-1181
Rev. A
KNOCKOUTS
FOR 3/4 or 1/2 INCH
CONDUIT. FOR
NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING ONLY !
POWER
= 3/4 OR 1" (19 or 25.4 mm)
CONDUIT KNOCKOUTS
CONDUIT
SPECIFICATIONS:
A
KNOCKOUTS
FOR 3/4 or 1/2 INCH
CONDUIT. FOR
NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING ONLY !
TS-LLD &
DISCRETE
INPUTS
A
A
POWER
POWER
RELAY OUTPUTS
PN 240-1182 Rev. A
RELAY OUTPUTS
3 A @ 240 V AC,
3 A @ 30 V DC
RUNNING
INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING IN THE
SAME CONDUITS AS
NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE (NON–I.S.)
WIRING WILL
CREATE AN
EXPLOSION
HAZARD. CONSULT
THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE
INFORMATION.
A
A
PN 240-1182 Rev. A
Figure 7-1a. Conduit Knockouts — Right Side of Consoles
SYSTEM WIRING
Page 7 - 1
7
TS-1001, TS-504, TS-508, TS-750
TS-2001
(T1, T7), printer is optional with the (T4 T8)
(T2)
C = 1/2 OR 3/4" (12.8 or 19 mm)
CONDUIT KNOCKOUTS FOR
NON-INTRINSICALLY SAFE
WIRING ONLY:
LISTED 6L79
LIQUID LEVEL GAUGE
#1
UNIT CONTAINS INTRINSICALLY SAFE
CONNECTIONS FOR INCON MODEL PROBES, &
SENSORS LOCATED IN CLASS I, DIV 1, GROUP D
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. FOR USE WITH
EQUIPMENT SPECIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS. SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS (VOIR INSTRUCTIONS D’
INSTALLATION) P.N. 000-1050.
{
C
1 Amp Max
up to 250
Volts Max
– or –
I/O module
voltage
rating
(whichever
is less)
C
3 AMP @ 240 VAC
3 AMP @ 30 VDC
OPTIONAL
(ADD-ON)
INTERNAL
EXPANSION
MODULE(S)
WARNING
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS
MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY
AVERTISSEMENT
LA SUBSTITUTION DE COMPOSANTS PEUT
COMPROMETTRE LA SÉCURITÉ INTRINSÈQUE
CONDUIT SPECIFICATIONS:
NON-INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRING
ONLY ! 3/4 INCH CONDUIT KNOCKOUT
FOR
BriteBox™ MODULE
SPI INTERFACE
(RIBBON CABLE)
WIRING ONLY !
#2
RJ11 & RS232 PORTS (AT BOTTOM OF THE
ENCLOSURE), ARE FOR USE WITH EQUIPMENT
SPECIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
LISTED 6L79
LIQUID LEVEL GAUGE
(JAUGEAGE DE NIVEAU LIQUIDE) /
LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM
(SYSTÈME DE DÉTECTION FUITE)
FOR FLAMMABLE LIQUID
120VA MAX
UNIT CONTAINS INTRINSICALLY SAFE
CONNECTIONS FOR INCON MODEL PROBES, &
SENSORS LOCATED IN CLASS I, DIV 1, GROUP D
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. FOR USE WITH
EQUIPMENT SPECIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS. SEE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS (VOIR INSTRUCTIONS D’
INSTALLATION) P.N. 000-1049.
C
ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
APPAREILLAGE CONNEXE EXI
RJ11 & RS232 PORTS (AT BOTTOM OF THE
ENCLOSURE), ARE FOR USE WITH EQUIPMENT
SPECIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
PN 240-1188 Rev. A
C
WARNING
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS
MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY
(T1 T2)
C
VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
AMPS MAX: 1
&
MADE IN
USA
PN 240-1187
987654321
AUTOMATIC
TANK GAUGE
LEAK
DETECTION
SYSTEM
AVERTISSEMENT
LA SUBSTITUTION DE COMPOSANTS PEUT
COMPROMETTRE LA SÉCURITÉ INTRINSÈQUE
OPTIONAL
BRITEBOX
MODULE
(SPI INTERFACE)
Tank Sentinel ®
M ODEL : TS-1001-P
120
Approved
Wiring
Ratings:
FOR
BriteBox™ MODULE
SPI INTERFACE
(RIBBON CABLE)
WIRING ONLY !
ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
APPAREILLAGE CONNEXE EXI
S/N:
RUNNING INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING IN THE SAME
CONDUITS AS
NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE (NON–I.S.) WIRING
WILL CREATE AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD.
PN 240-1183 Rev. A
Tank Sentinel ®
C
M ODEL : TS-1001-P
S/N:
120
987654321
VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
AMPS MAX: 1
AUTOMATIC
TANK GAUGE
&
LEAK
DETECTION
SYSTEM
MADE IN
USA
PN 240-1187
RATINGS
KNOCKOUTS FOR 3/4 or 1/2 INCH
CONDUIT — NON-INTRINSICALLY
SAFE WIRING ONLY !
FOR TS-IEM INTERNAL
ADD-ON MODULE
WIRING ONLY !
(JAUGEAGE DE NIVEAU LIQUIDE) /
LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM
(SYSTÈME DE DÉTECTION FUITE)
FOR FLAMMABLE LIQUID
120VA MAX
OUTPUT CONTACT
CONDUIT SPECIFICATIONS:
INTELLIGENT CONTROLS, INC. SACO, ME 04072 USA
INTELLIGENT CONTROLS, INC. SACO, ME 04072 USA
Console Model & Serial Number
label (includes AC line voltage
requirement)
Figure 7-1b. Conduit Knockouts — Left (Hinge) Side of Consoles
NON-INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRING ONLY !
PN 240-1184 Rev. A
FOR USE ONLY WITH EQUIPMENT SPECIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.
RJ11
RS232 DB-9P
RS232 DB-9S
NO
CONNECTOR
MALE
FEMALE
CONNECTOR
FOR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FAX/MODEM
COMM PORT 2
COMM PORT 1
ALARM HORN
RJ11 JACK
FOR OPTIONAL
INTERNAL FAX/MODEM
COMM PORT 2
RS232 DB-9P M
COMM PORT 1
RS232 DB-9S F
SOUND ALARM
(NO CONNECTION)
Figure 7-1c. Communication Connectors — Console Bottom View
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WARNING
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
aa
IN T R IN S IC A L L Y
LE V E L
cc
C O V E R )
Write-in circuit I.D. label
(Probe/Sensor: Type & Location...
Input Source/Relay Output Destination)
P C
PWR
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
GND
485A
TS-DLP
485B
S H L D
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R ED )
S H L D
- (B L K )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
+ (R E D )
8
cc
TS-DLP
G N D (B L K )
4
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
PROBE
G N D (B L K )
3
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
P R O BE
G N D (B L K )
2
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
PROBE
G N D (B L K )
1
IN ( W H T )
PRO BE
I.S .
J19
SEN SO R
2
SENSOR
3
SENSOR
PRO BE
4
G ND (B LK )
1
IN ( W H T )
SE NSOR
bb
J3 2
P R O B E
P W R (R E D )
J1 2
K E Y P A D
7
G ND (B LK )
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
TP 3
P R O B E
IN ( W H T )
&
J6
6
P W R (R E D )
D IS P L A Y
TO
P R O B E
G ND (B LK )
CABLE
J1
5
IN ( W H T )
R 2
P R O B E
J1 8
P W R (R E D )
J1
TP 4
aa
P W R (R E D )
PROBE & SENSOR type & location:
Tank - 1
Tank - 2
Tank - 3
Tank - 4
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Sensor 5
Sensor 6
Sensor 7
Sensor 8
Sensor 9
Sensor 10
Sensor 11
Sensor 12
J3 3
-wired to-
TP 2
TP1
b b
G ND (B LK )
C H R O M A TE D
IN ( W H T )
YE LLO W
G U A R D
P W R (R E D )
-
&
S EN S O R
T E R M IN A L
(S TE EL
S A F E
P R O B E
D E T E C T IO N
240-2032
L IQ U ID
LE A K
&
SEN SO R
PC
B d
SEN SO R
U 4 5
5
SEN SO R
6
SEN SO R
7
S E N SO R
Bd
8
P R IN T E R
F1 4
J1 3
+
J6
B1
P O W E R
+
3 V
O N
B R 2 0 3 2
U 1 0
J2
P R IN T E R
P C
J5
U 5 0
J4
B d
P C
C ABLE
TO
OFF
dd
J2 2
S YS TEM
U 3 5
J4
M A IN
J1 4
SW 1
TS-1001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
B d
J1 7
D 2
17 0- 10 54
J4
J1 0
17 0- 1 057
1 7 0 - 1 0 6 7
J1 6
D C D
D 15
U 3 6
J21
RXD
D 14
J1 5
D TR
D 1 3
-
C O N S O LE
D O O R
-
J9
J8
J7
TX D
D 1 2
S1
F1 6
P O W E R
M T3
F1 7
T E R M IN A L
S A FE TY
M T2
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H IE L D
C O V E R )
J3
8
J4
4
G N D (B LK )
IN
(W H T)
P R O B E
P W R (R ED )
3
G N D (B LK )
(W H T)
IN
(W H T)
P R O B E
P W R (R ED )
2
G N D (B LK )
P R O B E
IN
(W H T)
IN
P W R (R ED )
SENSORS 1- 4
1
G N D (B LK )
P RO BE
P W R (R ED )
(TS-504, TS-508 & TS-750)
SHLD
S H LD
- (B L K )
S H LD
P R O B E
+ (R E D )
7
- (B L K )
S H LD
P R O B E
+ (R E D )
6
- (B L K )
S H LD
P R O B E
+ (RED)
- (BLK)
PROBES 1- 4
5
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
P R O B E
+ (R E D )
(ONLY POPULATED ON TS-508)
ENLARGED
VIEW OF
PROBE
TERMINAL
dd
J5
PWR(RED)
IN (WHT)
J6
J2
S EN S O R
5
S EN S O R
6
S EN S O R
8
M T5
M T4
GND(BLK)
4
G N D (B LK )
IN
7
(W H T)
S EN S O R
(W H T)
S E N S O R
G N D (B LK )
3
P W R (R ED )
S EN S O R
P W R (R ED )
2
G N D (B LK )
(W H T)
IN
(W H T)
IN
S EN S O R
IN
SENSORS 5-8
1
G N D (B LK )
P W R (R ED )
SE N SO R
P W R (R ED )
(TS-504, TS-508 & TS-750)
(TS-504, TS-508 & TS-750)
S H LD
J1
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
(C LE A R
PROBES 5 - 8
F1 5
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
J11
V IE W
U 4 7
R EA R
ENLARGED
VIEW OF
SENSOR
TERMINAL
M T1
TS-504, TS-508, TS-750 PROBE TERMINAL BOARD
Figure 7-2a.
Basic TS-1001, TS-508, TS-504 Console Internal View / Component
Location
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WARNING
Write-in circuit I.D. label
(Probe/Sensor: Type & Location...
Input Source/Relay Output Destination)
Space for optional TS-IEM Module # 1
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Intrinsically Safe Liquid Level Probe & Leak
Detection Sensor Cover
TS-1001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
Space for optional TS-IEM Module # 2
Figure 7-2b.
Basic TS-2001 Console Internal View / Component Location
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
Line Power Wiring
At the Electrical Power panel, use or install a 10 amp circuit breaker — this
breaker should be dedicated to supply power only to the Tank Sentinel system.
Mark this circuit “Tank Sentinel System [power] - ONLY” on the circuit label (at
the back of the Electrical Power Panel door). Reference Figure 7-3a or 7-3b
and the wire connection list above it for line power wiring.
CAUTION Avoid connecting other equipment to this circuit. Faulty system
operation can result from electrical noise created if other equipment is
connected to this dedicated circuit.
ELECTRICAL DANGER Make sure the Tank Sentinel Power circuit
breaker is turned off during any installation. Lethal voltages are present inside
the console which could kill or injure you. Also, secure the Tank Sentinel circuit
breaker (C.B.) in the off position, and attach a “lockout”, which is dated and
signed by you, to prevent accidental closure, injury, or death.
ELECTRICAL DANGER The ground bus in the electrical panel must be
connected to earth ground as required by the National Electrical Code (or
Canadian Electrical Code if applicable). If the ground bus is not properly
connected to earth ground, or if the I.S. Safety Ground is not properly
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connected at the console, a dangerous condition will be created which could
result in an explosion.
TABLE 7-1
Electrical Panel
120 VAC Line Power Wire Connection List:
No. Conductors, Color (Gauge)
Circuit
Console Terminal
10 Amp C.B. (Load) 1 Black wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
110 VAC Power
J17 - L1
Ground Bus
1 White wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
Neutral
J17 - L2 (NEUT)
Ground Bus
1 Green wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
Ground
J17 - GND
Ground Bus
1 * Green wire,12 AWG (2.1 mm) min.
Safety Ground
J17 - SAFETY GND
NOTE * = two (2) Safety Ground wires may be required in some locations (check your Local and
National Electric Codes).
M A IN
A
N
1 0A
CO O LE R
1 5A
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
11
1 2
1 3
1 4
1 5
1 6
-wired toD S Y
B1
S .R T N
IN
1
G N D
IN
2
G N D
L1
N EU T
GN D
NEUTRAL
GROUND
BUS
GN D
S A FETY
F1 7
15
16
N C
N O
1
N C
2
C
2
N O
2
1
1
O U TP U T S
J1 6
J1 5
C
P O W E R
10
J1 7
F1 6
GREEN (GND-GROUND) WIRE, 14 AWG (1.6 mm) MIN.
d d
O FF
O FF
SW 1
WHITE (L2-NEUTRAL) WIRE, 14 AWG (1.6 mm) MIN.
INTRINSIC SAFETY GROUND
GREEN WIRE,
12 AWG (2.1 mm) MIN. REDUNDANT
INTRINSIC SAFETY
GROUND
POWER
GREEN WIRE, 12 AWG
TERMINAL
(2.1 mm) MIN.
SAFETY SHIELD
- REQUIRED IN
(CLEAR COVER)
SOME LOCATIONS -
R E LA Y
+
O N
4
ELECTRICAL POWER PANEL
(SHOWN WITH COVER REMOVED)
BLACK (L1-LINE) WIRE, 14 AWG (1.6 mm) MIN.
IN P U T S
+
J14
PO W ER
2
3
- CIRCUIT ASSIGNMENT LABEL ELECTRICAL POWER PANEL DOOR
BACK SIDE VIEW
TS - LL D
4 8 5 A
4 8 5 B
1
S E N T IN E L
F 1 4
J1 3
O FF
20
L IG H T S
4
O FF
1 0A
2
3
20
T A N K
1
O F F
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
# 1
2 P - 2 0 A
10
240-2032
P U M P
O F F
O FF
PROBE & SENSOR type & location:
Tank - 1
Tank - 2
Tank - 3
Tank - 4
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Sensor 5
Sensor 6
Sensor 7
Sensor 8
Sensor 9
Sensor 10
Sensor 11
Sensor 12
15
B
O FF
WARNING
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
F1 5
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
Figure 7-3a.
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
dd
CU EARTH
GROUND ROD
120 VAC Power and I.S. Ground Wiring
Check Electrical Resistance to Earth Ground
After wiring the I.S. Safety Grounds, check the resistance between the I.S.
safety ground terminals at the console to earth ground. This resistance must be
less than 1 ohm.
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TABLE 7-2
Electrical Panel
230 VAC Line Power Wire Connection List:
No. Conductors, Color (Gauge)
Circuit
Console Terminal
10 Amp C.B. (Load) 1 Black wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
230 VAC Power **
Ground Bus
1 White wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
Neutral
J17 - L2 (NEUT)
Ground Bus
1 Green wire,16 AWG (1.3 mm) min.
Ground
J17 - GND
Ground Bus
1 * Green wire,12 AWG (2.1 mm) min.
Safety Ground
J17 - L1
J17 - SAFETY GND
NOTE * = two (2) Safety Ground wires may be required in some locations (check your Local and
National Electric Codes).
NOTE ** = This is Euro-standard 230 VAC power configuration – L2 is Neutral. The Model/SN
label will indicate 230 VAC.
M A IN
A
N
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1 3
14
1 5
16
1 0 A
1
2
3
4
1 0
5
O FF
O FF
1 5 A
20
10 A
C O O LE R
O FF
L IG H T S
4
2 0
2
3
O FF
T A N K
2 0 A 1
1 5
O FF
P U M P # 1
O FF
B
S E N T IN E L
- CIRCUIT ASSIGNMENT LABEL ELECTRICAL POWER PANEL DOOR
BACK SIDE VIEW
ELECTRICAL POWER PANEL
(SHOWN WITH COVER REMOVED)
BLACK (L1-LINE) WIRE, 16 GA. (1.3 mm) MIN.
TANK SENTINEL
CONSOLE
GREEN (GND-GROUND) WIRE, 16 GA. (1.3 mm) MIN.
G N D
G N D N EU T
P O W E R
L1
1 0
1 5
1 6
NEUTRAL
BUS
INTRINSIC SAFETY GROUND
(GREEN WIRE, 12 AWG (2.1 mm) MIN.)
NOTE:
SOME CONSOLES
MAY HAVE TEXT
DESIGNATIONS THAT
DIFFER SLIGHTLY
FROM WHAT
IS SHOWN HERE.
REDUNDANT
INTRINSIC SAFETY
GROUND
GREEN WIRE, 12 AWG
(2.1 mm) MIN.
- REQUIRED IN
SOME AREAS -
Figure 7-3b.
NOTE
Nut
Lock Washer
Earth Ground Conductor
Cup Washer
Enclosure
Figure 7-3c.
CU EARTH
GROUND ROD
The installer is to connect the Earth Ground
Conductor to the most convenient ground
terminal as long as it meets local and national
codes. If the ground stud is to be used the
installer shall follow the proper stacking
configuration shown in figure 7-3c The earth
ground conductor must be 12 AWG (2.1 mm)
or larger.
Ground Stud
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GROUND
BUS
230 VAC Power and I.S. Ground Wiring
Stud: #8 threaded post
7
O FF
S A FETY
WHITE (L2-NEUTRAL) WIRE, 16 GA. (1.3 mm) MIN.
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Level Probe Wiring
Level probes must be wired with special shielded twisted pair instrumentation
cable. Cable required for Liquid Level Probes is based on the length of
cable run from the probe to the Tank Sentinel console. Only use the types
cables listed in Table 1-1
WARNING Only use the cables specified in Table 1-1 and do not exceed the
recommended maximum lengths. Use of other cables, or exceeding maximum
cable lengths may result in faulty operation, can create an explosion hazard,
and WILL void the warranty.
Cable Color Code
Use the following color code for the level
RED or YELLOW WIRE
BLACK WIRE
BARE
probe wiring:
= + (Signal)
= – (Signal Ground)
= SHLD (Shield)
Label Cables
Label all probe cables within the weatherproof pull box, and at the console with
the Tank/Probe number.
Model TSP-LL2 Probe — Cable Wire Splicing
Splice the probe cables together at the weatherproof junction box located in the
manhole as shown in Figures 7-4a . Connect the following 4 wires together:
black from probe, shield (bare) from probe, black from cable, and shield (bare)
from cable. If a white wire is present on the probe cable cut it back. NOTE:
some probes do not have a white wire. Connect the red conductor in the probe
to the red (or yellow) conductor in the cable. Use the No-Strip Electrical
connectors supplied in the installation kit to make all connections.
CAUTION DO NOT USE WIRE NUTS TO MAKE PROBE CONNECTIONS.
Use the crimp splice connectors supplied in the TSP-K4A installation kit, or
equivalent, only. Failure to use the appropriate crimp-splice connectors will
result in faulty operation and will void the warranty.
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Console — Level Probe Cable Wiring Connections
Up to 4 Liquid Level Probes can be interfaced to the TS-1001, TS-750 or TS-504
console. Up to 8 Liquid Level Probes can be interfaced to the TS-2001 or TS-508
console. Three sets of terminals (+, –, and SHLD) are provided for each probe.
Remove the metal I.S. cover to gain access to these terminals. Remove 1-1/2” (38
mm) of jacket from each probe cable, and strip off 3/16” (5 mm) of insulation from
the end of each conductor. See Figure 7-2, 7-4 (a+b) and Figure 7-5 for Level
Probe Wiring.
NOTE
In the console, it will be easier to wire from highest Tank (Probe) number to the
lowest Tank (Probe) number. For the TS-504, TS-750 and TS-508 consoles
start with the lowest Tank (Probe) and work up. Wire the three wires of the
probe cable to the PROBE interface terminal set (channel) as described below:
1) Connect the black wire to the minus – (BLK) terminal
2) Connect the red (or yellow) wire to the plus + (RED) terminal
3) Connect the cable shield to the SHLD terminal
Repeat this wiring scheme (from highest to lowest tank number) until all probes
are wired to the probe input channel terminals (+, –, and SHLD). A three tank
system will have 1 unused probe interface terminal-set. A probe can be wired to
any input probe channel and will operate normally after it is setup / programmed
correctly. In fact, a probe channel can be skipped (left unwired).
CAUTION Avoid wiring errors by maintaining consistent color codes when
making probe cable connections. Always use the Red (or yellow) wire for the +
signal. Always use the Black wire for – signal ground. And always use the bare
wire as the shield.
CAUTION Make sure that the probe cable is wired correctly. Reversing the
plus and minus terminals can damage the I.S. circuits.
CAUTION Make sure that all conduits, conduit fittings, and junction box
fittings and hole plugs threads are waterproofed with pipe-dope. Wet wiring will
result in faulty operation.
CAUTION Make sure that all conduits and junction boxes are dry and
watertight.
ELECTRICAL DANGER Only one probe should be connected per
channel. Connecting multiple probes to a single cable or channel in the Tank
Sentinel console may damage to the unit and may create an explosion hazard,
and will result in improper system operation.
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TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Liquid Level Probe - Wiring Detail
3 POSITION,
NO-STRIP ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
PROBE N P
Probe N - Tank N
SHLD
(RED)
or YEL
+(RED)
-(BLK)
(BLK)
WHT
SHLD
3 or 4 WIRE CABLE
TO PROBE
(the white wire
may be cut off)
3 WIRE CABLE FROM CONSOLE
TO SPLICE:
INSERT UNSTRIPPED WIRES & USE SLIP-JOINT
PLIERS TO SEAT BLACK PIECE
Also see Chapter 5 about Weatherproof Junction Boxes
SEE WIRING ABOVE
A 3/4 to 1/2 NPT
bushing is required
for the compression
gland / cord grip
fitting when a
3/4 NPT Junction Box
is used
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION BOX
COVER & GASKET
IS INSTALLED AFTER
PROBE IS TESTED
CABLE TO PROBE
CABLE FROM CONSOLE
EYS FITTING (epoxy filled
seal fitting) is not shown
Figure 7-4a. Console to Liquid Level Probe Wiring Detail (with J-Box)
A 3/4 to 1/2
NPT reducing
coupling and a
compression
gland / cordgrip fitting
is required
when a
3/4 NPT
Junction Box
is not used
RMC
REDUCING
COUPLING
NOTE
CABLE
FROM
CONSOLE **
COMPRESSION
FITTING
(SUPPLIED)
** = COIL A
SERVICE-LOOP OF BOTH
CABLES TOGETHER AND
TIE TO THE RMC
SEAL ALL FITTING THREADS
WITH UL APPROVED &
CLASSIFIED "PIPE DOPE"
Figure 7-4b.
CABLE FROM
PROBE **
(OR SENSOR)
Some sensors, which are
suspended above a surface,
may still require the use
of a weatherproof junction
box
TS-DB1 SPLICE KIT
(EPOXY FILLED)
Console to Liquid Level Probe Detail (without J-Box)
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RED, OR
YELLOW WIRE ( + )
1
P R O B E
2
P R O B E
3
P R O B E
4
RED, YELLOW,
OR WHITE WIRE ( + )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B LK )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
+ (R E D )
TP 4
- (B LK )
BLACK WIRE ( - )
LIQUID LEVEL PROBE INPUT CHANNEL
#4 WIRING
SHOWN TYPICAL
(SHLD) SHIELD,
- BARE WIRE -
I. S .
PROBE
aa
&
IN (W H T )
P W R (R ED )
P W R (R ED )
SENSOR
PC
Bd
- I.S. WEATHERPROOF PULL BOX
FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE PROBE
AND SENSOR CABLE/WIRES - ONLY !
- EYS SEAL FITTING
- UNISTRUT & NUT ASSEMBLY
4
cc
G N D (B L K )
SEN SO R
IN (W H T )
3
G N D (B L K )
S EN SO R
4
G N D (B L K )
P R O B E
G N D (B L K )
IN (W H T )
P W R (R ED )
3
IN (W H T )
G N D (B L K )
IN (W H T )
P W R (R ED )
2
P R O B E
P W R (R ED )
IN (W H T )
G N D (B L K )
2
SEN SO R
G N D (B L K )
1
IN (W H T )
P W R (R ED )
S EN SO R
P R O B E
P W R (R ED )
G N D (B L K )
J18
1
IN (W H T )
P W R (R ED )
P RO BE
SEE
WIRING
DETAIL
BASED ON
PROBE TYPE (MODEL)
Also see Figure 7-2a for
the T4, T7 & T8 probe
Terminal Board
arrangement, and see
Figure 7-2b for the T2 TB
arrangement.
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
S H LD
- (B L K )
+ (R E D )
I.S. Liquid Level Probe
Interface Terminal Wiring
Enlarged View
PRO BE
BLACK WIRE ( - )
SHLD (SHIELD)
- BARE WIRE -
J1 9
SENSOR
9
SENSO R
10
P W R (R ED )
IN ( W H T )
SENSOR
11
8
G ND (B LK )
SENSOR
IN ( W H T )
7
G ND (B LK )
SEN SO R
P W R (R ED )
6
G ND (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R ED )
SENSO R
G ND (B LK )
5
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R ED )
S ENS OR
b b
SENSOR
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION BOX
RMC
(TYPICAL)
12
J13
4 8 5 A
4 8 5 B
D S Y
B1
S .R T N
IN
1
G N D
IN
2
G N D
dd
G N D
N EU T
P O W ER
L1
J1 6
N C
N O
1
J1 5
N C
2
C
2
N O
2
C
INTRINSIC
F1 7
F1 6
SAFETY (I.S.)
TERMINAL GUARD
COVER FOR PROBE & SENSOR
TERMINALS
SEE: FIGURES 7-4a & 7-4b
FOR PROBE WIRING
& TS-DB1 SPLICE KIT DETAIL
G N D
S A FE TY
J1 7
1
1
O U TP U TS
O FF
TSP-LL2 PROBE
NEW STYLE
R E LA Y
+
O N
S W 1
EYS SEAL
IN P U T S
+
J1 4
P O W E R
TS - LLD
F1 4
F1 5
P O W ER
WARNING
T E R M IN A L
aa
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
b b
PROBE & SENSOR type & location:
Tank - 1
Tank - 2
Tank - 3
Tank - 4
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Sensor 5
Sensor 6
Sensor 7
Sensor 8
Sensor 9
Sensor 10
Sensor 11
Sensor 12
S H IE L D
(C LE A R
C O V ER )
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
cc
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
240-2032
dd
-wired to-
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
S A FETY
TSP-LL2 PROBE
Figure 7-5. Console to Liquid Level Probe Wiring (General)
7
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7 - 10
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
After Probes are Wired
1) Reinstall the I.S. Probe and Sensor cover
2) Test each probe for proper operation (reference the User’s Guide)
3) In high water level applications, or in direct cable burial applications:
waterproof the cable and splice connectors of all tested probes with
TSP-DB1 Direct Burial Splice (sealing) Kit. Epoxy is provided along with
the sealing kit. You may order additional TSP-DB1 sealing kits from the
factory. DO NOT seal connectors with silicone rubber because it contains
acetic acid, which is corrosive and will cause future equipment failures.
TS-DB1 SPLICE KIT
(EPOXY FILLED)
4) Install the weatherproof junction box gasket and cover
5) Seal the EYS conduit fittings of all tested probes with epoxy, and install the
manhole cover
CABLE
FROM
CONSOLE
CABLE FROM
PROBE
(OR SENSOR)
WARNING The probe and sensor I.S. cover (and all safety shields) must be
in place when the console is powered up. Failure to replace this cover can
result in a dangerous situation — an explosion hazard will be created.
CAUTION Make sure that you have installed the manhole junction box
gaskets and covers after the wiring is completed, and after the probes are
tested. Wet wiring will result in faulty operation.
Alarm Wiring
The Tank Sentinel console includes two SPDT form C alarm-relays that may be
used to control external devices in response to alarms. One external alarm-relay
is typically programmed and used to turn on an INCON TS-RA1/RA2 in response
to a Tank Overfill Alarm condition. The other alarm-relay can be used as needed.
120 VAC Power Source(s)
When wiring to a TS-RK Remote Alarm Acknowledge Unit, and a TS-RA1/
TS-RA2 Remote Tank Overfill Alarm annunciators, wire either to the Tank
Sentinel System ONLY 120 VAC circuit breaker at the electrical power panel, or
wire directly to the Tank Sentinel console power terminals. Use no other power
source for these devices. Reference the TS-RA1 / TS-RA2 / TS-RK Tank
Overfill Alarm and Acknowledge units: Installation Manual for installation details.
If external devices other than Tank Sentinel system components are to be wired
to the Alarm-Relay terminals, then select circuit breaker(s) that are adjacent to
the Tank Sentinel System ONLY circuit breaker, and label these circuit breakers
as TS-Remote Equipment Power.
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7
WARNING Avoid electrical shock hazards. External power sources may be
present — locate and disconnect all external power sources before wiring or
servicing these circuits.
The alarm-relay interface terminals are located at J16 and J15, below the
console line power terminal strip. The interface terminals for each relay includes
a fused common (C) contact, a normally open (NO) contact, and normally
closed (NC) contact. You may choose whether you want the alarm circuit to be
normally open (closes/makes upon alarm) or normally closed (opens/breaks
upon alarm). See Figure 7-6 for this circuit.
Wire and Contact Ratings
Alarm circuits should be wired with a minimum of 18 AWG (1.0 mm) wire, type
TFFN, THWN, or THHN. Alarm relay contacts are rated for 3 amps at 125/250
VAC or 30 VDC. Do not exceed these maximum ratings.
Alarm Relay Output Wiring & Schematic
4 8 5 A
TS - LLD
J13
F1 4
4 85 B
D S Y
S .R T N
J1 4
P O W E R
IN
1
G N D
O N
IN
2
G N D
F16
F17
1
C
1
N O
1
N C
2
C
2
N O
2
1
C
1
N O
1
N C
2
C
2
N O
2
O U TP U TS
G N D N EU T
P O W ER
L1
J15
N C
G N D
S A FE TY
J16
O U TP U TS
J17
N C
Suggested Use - Optional:
INCON TS-RA1 (or TS-RA2) & TS-RK
Remote Tank Overfill Alarm Outputs.
See these manuals for further details.
R ELA Y
dd
O FF
R ELA Y
+
+
S W 1
Enlarged View of Terminal Strip # J16 & J15
IN P U T S
B1
Remote/External
Alarm Outputs
F15
WARNING: AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS.
EXTERNAL POWER SOUCES MAY BE PRESENT LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WIRING OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS.
P O W ER
T E R M IN A L
S A FETY
S H IE L D
(C LEA R
C O V ER )
NC 1
N.C.
N.O.
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
dd
Figure 7-6.
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Page
7 - 12
ALARM
SIGNAL 1
FROM CPU
C 2AG, 3A
C 1
NO 1
AL
RLY 1
N.C.
N.O.
ALARM
SIGNAL 2
FROM CPU
F16
NC 2
F15
C 2AG, 3A
AL
RLY 2
Alarm-Relay Output Wiring
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
C 2
NO 2
TANK SENTINEL
"PROGRAMMABLE"
ALARM-RELAY
OUTPUTS
CONTACT
RATINGS:
3 AMPS MAX.
@ 30 VDC
125/250 VAC
Leak Detection Sensors
Up to 12 / 24 leak detection sensors can be wired to the TS-1001 / TS-2001
consoles at the I.S. Probe & Sensor PC Board. Three interface channel
terminals (PWR, IN, and GND) are provided for each sensor. See Figure 7-7
for typical sensor wiring to the TS-1001/TS-2001 console.
One or two optional TS-SEM (Sensor Expansion Modules) can be added
externally to any Tank Sentinel console to increase the total number of sensors
to by 8 or 16 sensors. See Figures 7-8a thru 7-8c for this interface.
NOTE
The TS-SEM is not approved for use in European Union markets where
ATEX approved devices are required.
WARNING Wire only one leak detection sensor per channel. Sensor and
system damage and failure will occur if more than one sensor is wired to the
same input channel, which will result in creating a safety hazard where leaks
are not detected.
Before Installing Sensors
Read the detailed installation and testing instructions provided with each type of
Leak Detection Sensor, and the Setup Programming Guide. Also see the TS-SEM
Installation manual before you add this optional module.
All leak detection sensors are supplied with a 2 or 3 conductor cable, a 1/2 inch
NPT cable compression fitting, and wire crimp-splices.
Before Wiring Sensors
At the Electrical Power Panel, turn off all Circuit Breakers / power to the
Tank Sentinel console before wiring a sensor, or before adding an optional
TS-SEM Sensor Expansion Module. See Chapter 1 for the recommended cable
or wire types to use with Leak Detection Sensors.
Wiring Steps for Each Sensor
1) At the weatherproof junction box: crimp-splice the same colored wires together
(blk to blk, wht to wht, and red to red).
2) At the console: remove the jumper link that is installed between the IN and GND
terminals of the channel that you will be using. Only used sensor channels
must have this jumper link removed (unused channels should have the link
installed).
NOTE
DO NOT Daisy-Chain ground wires ...run separate conductors / cable from the
sensor interface terminals to the sensor(s)
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3) At the console: wire the red wire to the PWR (RED) terminal, the white wire to
the IN (WHT) terminal, and then the black wire to the GND (BLK) terminal.
Sensors with 2 (black & white) wires will not be wired to the PWR (RED)
terminal.
4) Record the location of each installed sensor in TABLE 7-4.
Typical Wiring
From a 3 Wire
Standard
Sensor,
or BriteSensor
IN (WHITE WIRE)
PWR (RED WIRE)
t
GND (BLACK WIRE)
WARNING
b b
IN (WHITE WIRE)
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
SENSOR
1
SENSOR
2
SENSOR
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
P W R (R E D )
Typical Wiring
From a 2 Wire
Standard
Sensor
t
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
I.S. Leak
Detection Sensor
Interface Terminal
Wiring
Enlarged
Partial View
P W R (R E D )
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
G N D (B LK )
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
cc
P W R (R E D )
GND (BLACK WIRE)
-wired to-
PROBE & SENSOR type & location:
Tank - 1
Tank - 2
Tank - 3
Tank - 4
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Sensor 5
Sensor 6
Sensor 7
Sensor 8
Sensor 9
Sensor 10
Sensor 11
Sensor 12
240-2032
aa
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
3
through
SENSOR
SH LD
- (B L K )
+ (R ED )
SH LD
- (B L K )
+ (R ED )
SH LD
- (B L K )
+ (R ED )
SH LD
+ (R ED )
- (B L K )
1 7 0 - 10 6 1
TP 4
see Wiring Detail above
aa
IN ( W H T )
cc
IN ( W H T )
G N D (B L K )
I.S .
PROBE
J1 9
SENSOR
9
SE N S O R
10
SENSO R
IN ( W H T )
G N D (B LK )
11
8
SE N S O R
&
G N D (B LK )
SE N S O R
P W R(RED )
7
IN ( W H T )
P W R(RED )
SENSOR
G N D (B LK )
6
IN ( W H T )
P W R(RED )
SE N S O R
G N D (B LK )
b b
5
IN ( W H T )
P W R(RED )
S EN S O R
SENSOR
PC
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION BOX
RMC
(TYPICAL)
TS- LLD
48 5 A
4 8 5 B
D S Y
S .R T N
P O W E R
IN
1
G N D
IN
2
G N D
dd
L1
N E U T
G N D
F1 6
F1 7
1
C
1
1
N C
O U T PU TS
J1 5
N C
N O
2
C
2
N O
2
RE LA Y
J16
G N D
S A FE TY
J17
F1 5
P O W E R
T E R M IN A L
S A FE TY
S H IE L D
(C LE A R
C O V E R )
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
dd
Figure 7-7.
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Page
7 - 14
Leak Detection Sensor - Wiring / Splicing Detail
Used with 3-wire
sensors only
SENSOR N SENSOR 1
O FF
P O W ER
+
O N
S W 1
EYS SEAL
IN P U T S
+
J1 4
12
Bd
12
F1 4
J13
SENSOR
TSP-ULS
Universal Liquid Sensor - #2
(2-wire, Standard type
Sensor is shown at right)
See Enlarged View Above
B1
11
- UNISTRUT & NUT ASSEMBLY
4
G N D (B L K )
SEN SO R
P W R (R E D )
3
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
SEN SO R
G N D (B L K )
2
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
SEN SO R
G N D (B L K )
1
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
SENSO R
SENSOR
- I.S. WEATHERPROOF PULL BOX
FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE PROBE
AND SENSOR CABLE/WIRES - ONLY !
- EYS SEAL FITTING
4
G N D (BLK )
PR O B E
P W R (R E D )
IN ( W H T )
IN ( W H T )
3
G N D (BLK )
P RO B E
P W R (R E D )
2
G N D (BLK )
P RO B E
P W R (R E D )
G N D (BLK )
J1 8
1
IN ( W H T )
P W R (R E D )
P R O B E
10
NOTE: Remove the jumper link
before wiring a sensor. Only
unused Sensor Channels must
have the jumper link installed
between IN and GND terminals.
3 POSITION,
NO-STRIP
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTORS
PWR(RED)
IN(WHT)
GND(BLK)
PWR
(RED)
IN
(WHT)
GND
(BLK)
PWR(RED)
IN(WHT)
GND(BLK)
REMOVE JUMPER
LINK (IN to GND)
AT SENSOR
CHANNEL,
WHEN A
SENSOR IS
WIRED !
A 3/4 to 1/2 NPT
bushing is required
for the compression
gland (cord grip)
fitting when a
3/4 NPT
Junction Box
is used
CABLE FROM
CONSOLE
- EYS FITTING
(epoxy-filled seal
fitting) is not shown
3 WIRE CABLE FROM CONSOLE
TO SPLICE:
INSERT UNSTRIPPED WIRES
AND USE SLIP-JOINT PLIERS
TO SEAT THE BLACK PIECE
2 or 3 WIRE
CABLE
FROM
SENSOR
(red wire
is not
used with
2-wire
sensors)
SEE WIRING ABOVE
WEATHERPROOF
JUNCTION BOX
COVER & GASKET
IS INSTALLED AFTER
SENSOR IS TESTED
CABLE TO SENSOR
Leak Detection Sensor Wiring
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
ONE OR TWO TS-SEM BRITEBOXES
MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE
TS-1001 / TS-2001
TANK SENTINEL SYSTEM
(TS-1001 Console Shown)
R
TS-1001 TANK SENTINEL
STA TUS
S YSTE M
O KAY
M 1
M 2
E N V IR O N M E N T A L C O N T R O L S D IV IS IO N
TANK
OKAY
SEN SOR
OKA Y
M 3
M 4
W ARNINGS
POWER
TS-SEM BRITEBOX
#2
TS-SEM BRITEBOX
#1
N
A
PR O D UC T
O
B
G ROS S
5
6
V
I
AL ARM
W
J
R E PO RT
7
0
M
G
T
UP
+/ -
9
Y
TEST
SH IF T
X
K
DOW N
SP A C E
Z
S E TUP
.
EN TER
SENSOR
MODULE
E X P A N S IO N
IN TE L LI GE N T C ON T R OL S I NC .
7 4 IN DUS T RIA L P AR K RO AD
SA C O, MA IN E 0 4 0 72
# 21 - 24
F
S
W A TE R
8
L
SENSOR
C A NC EL
E
R
ULLAGE
AC K
E X P A N S IO N
3
Q
4
U
H
MEN U
TAN K
A LAR M
TE ST
C AN C EL
2
1
D
FEE D
ALARM
P
C
LEVEL
MODULE
IN T EL L IG EN T C O N TR OL S IN C.
7 4 IN DU ST RI AL P AR K RO AD
S A CO , M AI NE 04 0 7 2
# 25 - 28
# 13 - 16
# 17 - 20
8" Max.
(203.4 mm)
TS-KB - - USE THE 3/4" (19.1 mm)
SPI CONDUIT KNOCKOUT AT THE
CONSOLE.
(BRITEBUS RIBBON CABLE WITHIN)
TS-KB BRITEBOX - TO - BRITEBOX
SPI BRITEBUS RIBBON INSTALLATION KIT
(CABLE WITHIN)
TO LEAK
DETECTION
SENSORS:
Figure 7-8a.
TS-SEM BriteBox® — Typical Installation
Dimensions are listed in inches (mm)
4.92
(125)
( with cover off )
SERIAL No. LABEL
I.S. COVER
2.95
(74.9)
CONDUIT SPECIFICATIONS
BRITEBUS™: 3/4 INCH
CONDUIT OPENING
(Upper).
SENSOR
EXPANSION MODULE
J2
D1
J1
F1
6.89
(175)
SENSORS: 3/4 INCH
CONDUIT OPENING
(Lower).
FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE
CIRCUIT WIRING ONLY.
74 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD
SACO, MAINE 04072
6.18
(157)
WARNING
THIS COVER MUST BE INSTALLED TO MAINTAIN
INTRINSIC SAFETY ! OPERATING THE SYSTEM WITH
THIS COVER REMOVED COULD RESULT IN AN
EXPLOSION HAZARD. CONSULT THE INSTALLATION
MANUAL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
MODEL TS-SEM
BriteBox™
1/2 INCH CONDUIT
OPENING (Bottom of Box)
FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE
(I.S.) GROUND WIRING ONLY.
4.22
(107.2)
(4) #8
HOLES
TURN POWER OFF BEFORE INSTALLING ANY BRITEBOX OR
SENSOR. REPLACE I.S. COVER BEFORE TURNING POWER
BACK ON (AFTER ALL WIRING IS COMPLETE).
Figure 7-8b.
TS-SEM BriteBox® — Overall Mounting Dimensions
SYSTEM WIRING
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BRITEBUS RIBBON CABLE
DETAIL (RIGHT SIDE LOOPED)
J11
OR
J2
BRITEBOX
#2
J2
BRITEBOX
#1
J1
J2
J11
CONSOLE
MAIN PCBd
J1
BRITEBUS CABLE
RED STRIPE DOWN
(TYPICAL - BOTH ENDS)
BRITEBUS (RIBBON CABLE) - TYPICAL
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
TP 2
TP1
J3 3
NOTE:
1) SEE N.E.C. / C.E.C. FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRING.
2) TYPICAL LEAK DETECTION SENSOR WIRING CONNECTIONS
ARE SHOWN.
J1
3) SEE SENSOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL(S)
FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.
TP 3
4) * = MAX. CABLE LENGTH BETWEEN THE TS-SEM AND
ANY LEAK DETECTION SENSOR MUST NOT EXCEED 1500 FEET.
J1 2
J3 2
J3
5) EACH GND TERMINAL MUST BE CONNECTED TO A
SUITABLE SYSTEM EARTH GROUND. DC RESISTANCE BETWEEN
GND TERMINALS AND EARTH GROUND MUST BE LESS THAN 1 OHM.
U 4 5
J6
6) REMOVE THE JUMPER LINK BEFORE WIRING A SENSOR.
ONLY UNUSED SENSOR CHANNELS MUST HAVE THE
JUMPER WIRE INSTALLED BETWEEN THE IN & GND
TERMINALS.
TS-2001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
U 1 0
J2
J5
TS-SEM BriteBox #1
(OPTIONAL:
Sensor Expansion Module)
M A IN
J2 2
J4
S YS TEM
U 3 5
P C
B d
D 2
1 7 0 - 1 0 5 4
J10
J2
J1
D1
D C D
PWR (RED)
IN (WHT)
GND (BLK)
PWR (RED)
IN (WHT)
GND (BLK)
IN (W HT )
GN D (BL K)
3/4" CONDUIT
FOR
4 SENSORS
SE NS OR 4
PW R (RE D)
PW R (RE D)
J7
IN (W H T)
GN D (B LK )
IN (W H T)
GN D (B LK )
IN (W H T)
GN D (B LK )
IN (W H T)
GN D (B LK )
3/4" CONDUIT
FOR
4 SENSORS
EARTH GND
PW R (RED )
J8
7
Page
TWO GREEN GROUND WIRES, THROUGH 1/2" (12.7 mm) CONDUIT TO ELECTRICAL PANEL:
EARTH GROUND (NEUTRAL BUSS BAR).
* (INPUT) - TO WHITE COLORED SENSOR WIRES ONLY
TS-SEM BriteBox® — Connection & Sensor Wiring Details
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
TX D
RIBBON CABLE
(INSTALLED WITH
RED STRIPE
DOWN TYPICAL
BOTH ENDS)
* (POWER) - TO RED COLORED SENSOR WIRES ONLY
(NO CONNECTION IS REQUIRED FOR 2 CONDUCTOR SENSOR CABLES)
7 - 16
DTR
S1
* (GROUND) - TO BLACK COLORED SENSOR WIRES ONLY
Figure 7-8c.
D 1 4
D 1 2
J4
Enlarged
EARTH GND
GN D (BL K)
SE NS OR 5
IN (W HT )
S EN SO R 6
SENSOR SENSOR
2/6
3/7
GND (BLK)
SENSOR
4/8
IN (WHT)
PW R (RED )
PW R (RE D)
SENSOR 7
IN (W HT )
GN D (BL K)
PWR (RED)
PW R (RE D)
SENSOR 8
PW R (RED )
E AR T H G ND
GN D (BL K)
E AR T H G ND
IN (W HT )
S EN SO R 3
PW R (RED )
SENSOR 2
GND (BLK)
HAZARDOUS LOCATION (CLASS I, DIV 1, GROUP D INTRINSICALLY
J4
J5
J3
SAFE WIRING
ONLY)
SENSOR 1
IN (WHT)
J9
NON-HAZARDOUS LOCATION
SENSOR
1/5
PWR (RED)
R X D
U 3 6
D 1 3
F1
Enlarged View
Typical for: J5 & J3
U 4 7
D1 5
J11
TABLE 7.4
NOTE
Sensor Model Type & Installed Locations – Fill-In:
T1 has 12 internal sensor inputs but can be expanded to 20 / 28 inputs with
optional TS-SEM module(s). T1 sensors designations higher than the standard 12 are within parentheses.
T2 has 24 internal sensors inputs but can be expanded to 32 / 40 inputs with
optional
TS-SEM module(s).
(T1) T2
T2
Console – Internal I.S. – Sensor PC Board Sensors
Sensor 1
Sensor 13
Sensor 2
Sensor 14
Sensor 3
Sensor 15
Sensor 4
Sensor 16
Sensor 5
Sensor 17
Sensor 6
Sensor 18
Sensor 7
Sensor 19
Sensor 8
Sensor 20
Sensor 9
Sensor 21
Sensor 10
Sensor 22
Sensor 11
Sensor 23
Sensor 12
Sensor 24
(T1) T2
Optional – TS-SEM Sensor Expansion Module # 1 { 8 Sensors }
# 1-Sensor (13) 25
# 5-Sensor (17) 29
# 2-Sensor (14) 26
# 6-Sensor (18) 30
# 3-Sensor (15) 27
# 7-Sensor (19) 31
# 4-Sensor (16) 28
# 8-Sensor (20) 32
Optional – TS-SEM Sensor Expansion Module # 2 (8 Sensors)
# 1-Sensor (21) 33
# 5-Sensor (25) 37
# 2-Sensor (22) 34
# 6-Sensor (26) 38
# 3-Sensor (23) 35
# 7-Sensor (27) 39
# 4-Sensor (24) 36
# 8-Sensor (28) 40
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7
After Sensor Installation
1)
2)
3)
CABLE
FROM
CONSOLE
CABLE FROM
PROBE
(OR SENSOR)
TS-DB1 SPLICE KIT
(EPOXY FILLED)
4)
5)
When all sensor wiring is completed:
Reinstall the I.S. Probe and Sensor cover
Test all sensors for proper operation as described in each Sensor Installation
Manual, and the Tank Sentinel User’s Guide
In high water level applications, or in direct cable burial applications:
waterproof the cable and splice connectors of all tested probes with
TSP-DB1 Direct Burial Splice (sealing) Kit. Epoxy is provided along with
the sealing kit. You may order additional TSP-DB1 sealing kits from the
factory. DO NOT seal connectors with silicone rubber because it contains
acetic acid, which is corrosive and will cause future equipment failures.
Install the weatherproof junction box gasket and cover
Seal the EYS conduit fittings of all tested sensors with epoxy, and install the
manhole cover
WARNING After installation, you must test each sensor for proper operation.
Failure to test sensors may result in undetected leaks which could cause
serious legal, environmental, and heath and safety hazards.
NOTE
INCON recommends that all sensors be inspected and tested at least once per
year.
CAUTION State and Local codes may require more frequent periodic
inspection and testing of each sensor. It is the system owner’s responsibility to
comply with all codes and regulations.
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TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Discrete Inputs & Emergency Generator Applications
(T1 T2)
The wiring or use of Discrete Inputs is optional — skip this section if
you don’t plan to use this interface. Discrete Inputs may be wired to the TS1001 console with 18 AWG (1.0 mm), type TFFN, or THWN wire. You may also
use THHN wire in sizes larger than 18 AWG (1.0 mm).
Emergency Generator Applications (T1)
Emergency backup-power Generator run-relay(s) are wired to the Discrete
Input interface terminals at the TS-1001 console. A run-relay closure will stop a
leak test on the associated generator fuel tank. When the generator run-relay
opens (generator stops running), a run report is produced at the console, which
shows the total and hourly fuel consumption rate during the run cycle.
You must use dry run-relay contacts for this interface, since the TS-1001 supplies
+5 VDC digital logic power at the IN — input — terminals.
NOTE
It is recommended that you use: IN 1 & GND for Generator 1 /fuel
supply Tank #X, and IN 2 & GND for Generator 2 /fuel supply
Tank #Y. The specific fuel tank(s) assigned are “programmable”.
See Figure 7-9a for wiring details.
Non-Standard Power Requirements
The Tank Sentinel console power must be maintained on a power transfer
supply for emergency backup Generator applications. In addition, the TS-1001
Line Power must be supplied through a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply).
See Figures 7-3 and 7-9b for Emergency Generator Applications.
Programming & Testing Discrete Inputs (T1 T2)
Program the tank gauge and test the discrete inputs for proper operation after
installation. See the Tank Sentinel User’s Guide for reports, and programming
issues.
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7
4 8 5 B
D S Y
S .R T N
J14
P O W E R
IN
1
G N D
IN
2
G N D
S W 1
dd
L1
O FF
G N D
L2
P O W E R
+
+
O N
F1 6
G N D
S A FE TY
J15
N C
1
C
1
N O
1
N C
IN
2
G N D
External Dry Relay #1:
Common & NormallyOpen Contacts
External Dry Relay #2:
Common & NormallyOpen Contacts
2
C
2
N O
2
WARNING: AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARDS. EXTERNAL POWER SOUCES
MAY BE PRESENT - LOCATE AND
DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER
SOURCES BEFORE WIRING OR SERVICING
THESE CIRCUITS.
F1 5
F1 7
1
G N D
R E LAY
J16
IN
O U TP U TS
J17
Suggested Use:
Emergency Backup Generator
Run Signal(s).
Enlarged View of
Terminal Strip # J14
IN P U T S
B1
Discrete Input (Dry Relay Contact)
Wiring & Schematic
TS - LLD
485 A
IN P U T S
J13
F1 4
POW ER
T E R M IN A L
SAFETY
S H IE L D
(C LEA R
COVER)
+5 VDC
= TANK SENTINEL TERMINAL - JI4
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
IN 1
dd
GND
N.O.
GND
+5 VDC
N.C.
IN 2
GND
N.O.
GND
Figure 7-9a.
T AN K
O KA Y
M 1
M 2
J14 = Discrete Inputs (Dry Relay Contacts Required)
R
E N V IR O N M EN T A L C O NT R O L S D IV I SIO N
J14
SENSOR
OKAY
M 3
IN
POW ER
A
N
WA RN IN GS
B
P R O DU C T
O
G RO S S
1
2
Q
D
T AN K
R
E
UL LA GE
4
H
U
M EN U
5
8
Y
L
AC K
SH I F T
TE ST
0
AL ARM
C
2
G N D
A LAA RRMM
AL
TTEESS T
Run Relay (C)
Run Relay (N.O.)
Run Relay (C)
Run Relay (N.O.)
CANCEL
3
CA N C E L
S
F
W A TE R
J
W
R E P O RT
See Figure 7-3 for
Power Wiring to the
Uninterruptable
Power Supply ( UPS )
UP
+/K
X
DOW N
SPACE
E NT E R
.
UPS
M
N.O.
N.C.
Single
or
Three
Phase
Power
Emergency
Generator # 1
(Shown Typical)
Figure 7-9b.
7
Page
- Generator # 2
T
G
9
Z
M
S E T UP
Automatic
Power Transfer
Switch
Main
Electrical
Power
Panel
- Generator # 1 (below)
P
LEV EL
6
I
V
A L A RM
7
1
G N D
M 4
IN
F EED
NOTE: +5 VDC &
GROUND IS
SUPPLIED
FROM THE
TANK SENTINEL
CONSOLE.
Discrete Inputs — Wiring
IN P U T S
S Y S T EM
OKAY
C
"PROGRAMMABLE"
DISCRETE INPUTS
FROM EXTERNAL
DRY RELAY
CONTACTS.
N.C.
ee
TS-1001 TANK SENTINEL
C
N
C
(N.O. contact
held-closed
normally...
when main
power is lost,
N.C. contact
makes)
Emergency
Electrical
Power
Panel
Use a 10 Amp CB
dedicated for the
Tank Sentinel system
TSP-LL2
Leak
Testing
Probe
C
N.O.
( C & N.O. )
Generator
Run, Dry
Relay
Contact
Fuel Supply
Tank # 1
Emergency Generator Application — UPS for the TS Console
7 - 20
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
TS-LLDI —Optional— Tank Gauge Interface Wiring (T1 T2)
Use of the TS-LLD Line Leak Detector \ Tank Gauge Interface is optional
— skip this section if you don’t plan to use this interface.
NOTE
The TS-LLD is not approved for use in European Union markets where
ATEX approved devices are required.
Reference the TS-LLD Installation Supplement / Owner’s Manual and follow
all steps and heed all Safety Warnings. These documents may be more current
than Figure 7-10 that is shown in this manual for.
CAUTION BEFORE attempting this installation: Read and reference the
TS-LLD Owner’s Manual about Safety, and about the Control Unit Installation
and wiring steps.
ELECTRICAL DANGER Avoid electrical shock hazards — Turn off /
disconnect all Circuit Breakers that provide power to the pumps, dispensers,
and TS-1001 console. Also, turn the console power switch off before wiring to
the TS-LLD Control Units.
See the Tank Sentinel Setup-Programming Manual and User’s Manual about
programming automatic line leak tests, and about available reports from the
tank gauge. Program the console and test the Line Leak Detector for proper
operation (reference 000-1143 about Functional Testing). Up to eight TS-LLD
Control Units can be interfaced to one console.
Fax/Modem —Optional— Installation / Wiring
The installation and wiring of the Fax & Data Modem or Data Only Modem is
optional — skip this section if you don’t plan to install or wire it.
Plan ahead — you will need a separate (dedicated) telephone line for fax/
modem communications from the Tank Sentinel console. INCON provides a 14
foot (4.26 m) telephone cord with the modem — if this is too short for your site,
plan to purchase a longer cord.
Before installation, turn off the Tank Sentinel power at the Electrical Power
Panel.
Reference and follow Figure 7-1c and 7-11 in this manual for this installation. If
the modem was ordered, and is factory installed, then the installation is
completed after inserting the telephone cord (see Figure 7-12). Only an
installed Fax & Data Modem will show the option to FAX when the
REPORT key is pressed at the console keypad.
Reference the Setup-Programming guide about: Communication Ports
programming options and reports, and then program and test for proper
operation.
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7
4 8 5 B
D S Y
B1
S .R T N
IN
1
IN P U T S
J1 4
G N D
IN
2
G N D
d d
G N D
L2
P O W ER
L1
O FF
J1 6
J1 5
N C
1
C
1
N O
1
N C
Enlarged View of
Terminal Strip # J13
G N D
S A FETY
J1 7
4 8 5 A
O U TP U TS
+
O N
S W 1
4 8 5 B
D S Y
2
C
2
N O
2
R E LA Y
+
P O W E R
W A R N I N G: AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS.
EXTERNAL POWER SOUCES MAY BE PRESENT LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER
SOURCES BEFORE WIRING OR SERVICING
THESE CIRCUITS.
S .R T N
TS - LLD
J1 3
4 8 5 A
TS- LLD
TS-LLDI ( Line Leak Detector Interface )
F 1 4
TB2-1 (485A)
TB2-2 (485B)
TB2-3 (DSY 1)
TB1-SIG RTN
F1 6
F1 5
F1 7
Enlarged View
TS-LLD Control Unit (CU)
Interface Terminals:
1
2
3
4
5
TB2
1
2
3
4
5
TB2
485A
485B
DSY1
DSY2
ALARM
UP
485A
485B
DSY1
DSY2
ALARM
THIS SHIELD MUST BE
IN PLACE BEFORE THE
COVER IS RE-INSTALLED.
F1
GND
1 110V
GREEN CONNECTOR (J1)
2 NEU
TB1
3 P-OUT
4 P-IN
F1
TB1
TS-LLD CU cover (back view)
TS-LLD Control Unit (CU) box
SIG RTN
4 P-IN
COMMUNICATIONS CABLE: (4) 22 - 28 AWG (0.6 - 0.5 mm)
SIG RTN
CU #1
2) WARNING Avoid electrical shock hazards —
Turn off and disconnect all power to the pumps and
dispensers before wiring at the TS-LLD Control Units.
TS-1001 CONSOLE
TS-LLD INTERFACE
TERMINALS AT J13:
last CU #N
CU #2
TANK / LINE #2
TS-LLD CU #2:
t
t
TANK / LINE #1
TS-LLD CU #1:
NOTE --- DO NOT
RUN COMMUNICATIONS
CABLE WITH LINE
VOLTAGE WIRES.
LAST TANK / LINE #N
TS-LLD CU #N:
TANK / LINE #3
TS-LLD CU #3:
t
3) Eight TS-LLD Control Units can be interfaced to
the TS-2001 console, and Four can be interfaced to the
TS-1001 console
CU #3
t
NOTE:
1) CAUTION BEFORE attempting this
installation: Read and reference the TS-LLD Manual
about Safety, and CU Installation (and wiring steps).
485A
COMM LINE
TB2-1 485A
TB2-1 485A
TB2-1 485A
TB2-1 485A
485B
COMM LINE
TB2-2 485B
TB2-2 485B
TB2-2 485B
TB2-2 485B
TB2-3 DSY1
TB2-3 DSY1
TB2-3 DSY1
TB2-4 DSY2
TB2-4 DSY2
TB2-4 DSY2
TB1-SIG RTN
TB1-SIG RTN
TB1-SIG RTN
DSY
CONTROL UNIT I.D. LINE
S. RTN
RS-485 COMMUNICATIONS
SIGNAL RETURN
Figure 7-10.
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Page
7 - 22
JUMPER
NEEDED
AT LAST
UNIT
ONLY
TS-LLD Tank Gauge Interface Wiring
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
TB2-3 DSY1
TB2-4 DSY2
TB1-SIG RTN
TP 2
TP1
J3 3
Diagram A
D C D
D 1 5
U 36
U 4 7
J21
J1
R XD
D 1 4
TP 3
D TR
D 1 3
J9
J8
J7
J1 2
J3 2
TXD
D 1 2
J3
U 4 5
S1
J6
F1 4
U 1 0
RJ11
C O M M
P O R T
TS-1001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
C O M M
2
P O R T
J2
1
J5
M A IN
J22
J4
S Y S TE M
U 3 5
P C
B d
D 2
1 7 0 - 1 0 5 4
J1 0
Parts Supplied with the TS-FM2
Upgrade or Replacement Kit:
D CD
D1 5
U 4 7
J11
U 3 6
R X D
D 1 4
DTR
D 1 3
J9
J8
J7
Communication Cord,14 ft (4.3 m), and the
TS-FM2 Fax/Modem PC Board (U47 plug-in).
TX D
D 1 2
S1
F 1 6
NOTE:
TURN OFF ALL POWER TO THE TANK SENTINEL
BEFORE ATTEMPTING THIS INSTALLATION
ALIGN THE TS-FM2 FAM/MODEM PC BOARD OVER
ITS 64 PIN SOCKET ABOVE U47 (AS SHOWN), AND
SEAT THE PC BOARD USING EVEN PRESSURE AT
BOTH ENDS
INSTALL THE TELEPHONE CORD AS SHOWN
SEE THE SETUP PROGRAMMING GUIDE ABOUT
CONFIGURING THE COMMUNICATION PORTS
Diagram B
D C D
THIS END UP
U 47
D 1 5
J9
R
E N V IR O N M E N T A L C O N T R O L S D I V IS I O N
D 1 4
Fax / Modem
J8
TS-_ _ _ _ TANK SENTINEL
R XD
TS-FM2
D TR
D 1 3
J7
TXD
D 1 2
ST AT US
S YST EM
O KAY
M 1
M 2
TANK
OKAY
S ENS OR
O KAY
M 3
M 4
S1
RJ11
C O M M
P O R T
C O M M
2
P O RT
PO W ER
1
N
A
P R OD U C T
W A R NIN G S
G RO SS
FEED
Q
E
R
LEVEL
CA N CE L
3
C AN CE L
F
S
TA NK
ULLAGE
W A TE R
4
5
6
H
U
ME NU
I
V
AL AR M
J
W
R EP O RT
7
8
AC K
S H IFT
9
Y
L
TEST
0
A LA RM
TE ST
P
C
2
1
D
O
B
A LA RM
G
T
UP
+/-
K
X
DOWN
SPACE
Z
M
SE TU P
EN TE R
.
TS-FM2 Installation
(Enlarged Views)
THE TELEPHONE
CORD PLUGS INTO
THE RJ11 JACK AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE CONSOLE
A SEPARATE TELEPHONE LINE IS REQUIRED FOR THE FAX/MODEM
Figure 7-11.
Internal Fax/Modem Installation & Wiring
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Bottom of the Tank Sentinel console
The telephone cable
plugs into the RJ11 jack
at the bottom of the
console for the optional
internal Fax & Data Modem
or Data Only Modem.
INCON recommends using
a separate telephone
line, which is not shared
with other devices.
DTE
DCE
RJ
11 COMM COMM
PORT PORT
1
2
To IBM-PC
for local
INCON
communications
software
program
interface.
A TS-MLS Multi-Line Switch
is available if a phone line
must be shared.
To: G-Site tower, or POS terminal, or to an external modem.
Or to an IBM-PC as an alternate method to connect to an INCON
communications software program (a NULL MODEM cable is
required in this last case).
Figure 7-12. Console Communications Interface & Cable Routing
1.) See Figure 7-1C for a Bottom View of the console connectors
2.) See Figure 7-11 about adding the optional internal Fax/Modem
3.) COMM PORT 2 is the recommended communications port for external
equipment
7
Page
7 - 24
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
RS-232 Communication Connectors
Two connectors are provided at the bottom of the Tank Sentinel console for
RS-232 interface as shown in Figure 7-12. Follow the communications setup
instructions contained in the Programming Guide. The pin designations for the
RS-232 connectors are as follows:
CONSOLE RS-232 COMM PORT 1
DB 9 CONNECTOR, FEMALE, DCE
Pin No.
Function
Input/Output
2
TXA
O
3
RXA
I
5
Signal GND
7
RTS
I
8
CTS
O
CONSOLE RS-232 COMM PORT 2
DB 9 CONNECTOR, MALE, DTE
Pin No.
Function
Input/Output
1
DCD
I
2
RXA
I
3
TXA
O
4
DTR
O
5
Signal GND
CAUTION Peripheral equipment connected to the RS-232 communication
ports must:
1) be U.L. listed,
2)
have a serial port conforming to the Electronics Industry
Association (EIA) standard RS-232C, and
3)
not be installed over a hazardous location.
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TS-IEM — Optional — Internal Expansion Module (T2)
TS-IEM Installation
One or two optional Internal Expansion Modules can be installed in the
TS-2001 console. Each TS-IEM assembly can accept up to eight I/O (input/
output) modules. The first TS-IEM must plug into J12 at the upper left corner of
the console, and the second TS-IEM can plug into J10 (below the first module).
If you did not order and have the factory install the TS-IEM PC Board(s) then
install the TS-IEM as shown in Figure 7-13a, and 7-13b. The I/O (input or
output) modules must be ordered separately — see TABLE 7-5 for available I/
O modules, and Figure 7-13b and 7-13c for I/O module installation.
M T
BASIC TS-2001 CONSOLE
M T
R L1
J2
A C
1
TP 2
TP1
+ D C -
IN / O U T
IN T R IN S IC A L L Y
J3 3
L IQ U ID
LE A K
RL2
S p ac e
fo r
SA F E
L E V E L
P R O B E
D E T E C T IO N
G U A R D
Y E LL O W
-
&
S E N S O R
T E R M IN A L
(ST E E L
C H R O M A TE D
C O V E R )
In te rn a l
J1
TP 3
J1 2
J3
S p ac e
I/ O
(Order I/O
modules
separately)
F4A
S
A C
+ D C -
x
O N
W
#
J2
2
J5
C O V E R )
J22
S YS TEM
P C
B d
J1 7
D 2
1 7 0- 1 05 4
J1 0
J1 6
D C D
D IS P L A Y
A C
+ D C -
C A B LE
TO
&
K E Y P A D
J11
J6
R XD
U 3 6
D 1 4
J1 5
D TR
D 13
FU SE
J9
J8
J7
TX D
D 12
F 1 6
S
F4 A
S H IE L D
(C L E A R
O FF
M A IN
J4
U 3 5
D 15
x
T E R M IN A L
S A F E TY
J 1 4
SW 1
M o d u le
25 0 V
RL7
P O W E R
J1 3
P O W E R
3 V
B R 2 0 3 2
TS-2001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
U 10
S
AC
+ D C -
8
B1
E x p a n s io n
x
W
25 0 V
RL6
F 1 4
fo r
In te rn a l
FU SE
F4A
AC
+ D C -
J6
U 4 7
A C
+ D C -
J3 2
U 4 5
J1
IN / O U T
M o d u le
1
Enlarged View
FU SE
IN / O U T 7
#
RL4
RL5
IN / O U T 6
I/ O
+
A C
5
RL3
+ D C -
IN / O U T
4
E x p a n s io n
TS-IEM
Internal
Expansion
Module
+
A C
IN / O U T 3
IN / O U T
+ D C -
IN / O U T 2
W
S1
F 1 7
F 1 5
25 0 V
RL8
x
M T
S
M T
F4A
FU SE
W
25 0 V
CLEAR TERMINAL SAFETY SHIELD
J1
1 7 0 - 1 0 5 8
TS-2001 CONSOLE shown with one
TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module
(upper left corner - default position)
TS-2001 CONSOLE shown with two
TS-IEM Internal Expansion Modules
M T
M T
LE V E L
S A FE
&
IN / O U T 1
IN / O U T 5
A C
+ D C -
AC
+ D C -
F4 A
S
TP 3
W
IN / O U T 8
R L6
x
x
FU S E
x
TP 3
W
2 5 0V
M T
R L8
x
M T
S
W
F4 A
FU S E
M T
S
F4 A
C O V E R)
J1
2 5 0V
R L7
FU S E
x
C H R O M A TE D
W
2 50 V
RL8
&
SE N S O R
W
S
x
S
F4 A
FU S E
M T
Y E LL O W
-
2 5 0V
FU S E
IN / O U T 7
SA F E
PR O B E
G U A R D
(S TE E L
S
AC
+ D C -
AC
A C
+ D C -
IN / O U T 6
J1
LE V E L
D E T E C T IO N
T E R M IN A L
FU S E
R L5
+ D C -
AC
+ D C -
x
W
2 50 V
RL7
LE A K
R L4
S
x
FU S E
L I Q U ID
R L3
W
2 50 V
RL6
IN T R IN S IC A L L Y
J3 3
R L2
S
F4 A
FU S E
RL5
A C
IN / O U T 4
+ D C -
C O V E R )
A C
C H R O M A TE D
RL4
+ D C -
Y E LLO W
IN / O U T 3
AC
G U A R D
+ D C -
-
A C
S E N S O R
IN / O U T 2
(STE E L
TP 2
TP1
J2
P R O B E
D E T E C T IO N
T E R M IN A L
+ D C -
LE A K
AC
L IQ U ID
F4 A
I N T R I N S IC A L L Y
J3 3
RL3
+ D C -
A C
8
+ D C -
IN / O U T
A C
7
+ D C -
6
AC
5
IN / O U T
+ D C -
IN / O U T
IN / O U T
A C
4
M T
RL1
TP 2
TP1
RL2
+ D C -
IN / O U T
AC
3
+ D C -
2
IN / O U T
F4 A
R L1
J2
1
IN / O U T
F4 A
M T
IN / O U T
W
2 50 V
2 5 0V
J1
1 7 0- 1 0 5 8
J1 2
1 7 0 - 10 5 8
J3 2
M T
M T
J1
J1 2
J3 2
J3
J3
R L1
J2
T E R M IN A L
S A F E TY
S H IE L D
(C LE A R
C O V E R )
J6
+
F4 A
x
TS-2001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
O N
S p a ce
F 1 4
B1
fo r
In te rn a l
J2
J5
F4A
F4 A
x
P C
B d
J5
O N
SW 1
J1 4
O FF
M A IN
J2 2
J4
S Y S TE M
U 3 5
J1 7
D 2
TS-2001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
J2
2
S YS TEM
U 3 5
W
2 50 V
#
O FF
M A IN
U 10
M o d u le
J22
J4
FU S E
S
A C
+ D C -
W
2 50 V
RL7
E x p a n s io n
I/ O
S
A C
+ D C -
RL6
J 1 4
W
x
J1 3
P O W E R
3 V
B R 2 03 2
SW 1
S
AC
8
P O W E R
3 V
P O W E R
B R 2 0 3 2
+ D C -
7
IN / O U T
+
B1
U 10
FU S E
2 50 V
FU S E
IN / O U T
J1 3
+
A C
+ D C -
6
F 1 4
RL4
RL5
IN / O U T
U 4 5
J6
RL3
+
A C
+ D C -
5
A C
4
IN / O U T
+ D C -
3
IN / O U T
A C
IN / O U T
U 4 5
RL2
+ D C -
2
AC
1
IN / O U T
+ D C -
IN / O U T
P C
B d
J1 7
D 2
1 7 0- 1 05 4
M T
W
2 50 V
1 7 0 - 1 0 54
J1 0
1 7 0- 1 0 5 8
J1 0
J1
J1 6
D C D
D IS P L A Y
C A B LE
TO
&
J6
K E Y P A D
D 1 5
J11
U 4 7
J1
U 3 6
J1
R XD
D 1 4
J1 5
J8
J7
D IS P L A Y
C AB LE
TO
&
J6
K E Y PA D
D 1 5
J1 1
D TR
D 1 3
J9
S1
F1 6
U 3 6
R X D
D 1 4
J1 5
D T R
D 1 3
J9
TX D
D 1 2
F 1 7
F 1 5
J1 6
D C D
U 4 7
x
S
RL8
F4A
FU S E
M T
J8
J7
T XD
D 1 2
S1
F 1 6
F 1 7
F 1 5
Figure 7-13a. TS-2001 Console & TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module
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PO W E R
T E R M IN A L
SA F E TY
S H IE L D
(C L E A R
C O V E R )
NOTE
Order I/O (Input/Output) modules separately from the TS-IEM module. Output
modules are equivalent to either a single pole single throw, normally open
contact (FORM-A, SPST-NO Make ), or normally closed (FORM-B, SPST-NC,
Break ) contacts. Input modules exist in two versions: AC and DC.
See TABLE 7-5 (which follows the installation and wiring diagrams) for a listing
of available choices.
WARNING: LETHAL VOLTAGES COULD EXIST !
LOCATE AND DISCONNECT ALL EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES
BEFORE WORKING ON OR SERVICING THESE CIRCUITS —
REINSTALL THIS COVER BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT.
CLEAR TERMINAL SAFETY-SHIELD
3 INCH (76.2 mm) STANDOFF (2)
I/O MODULE (INPUT MODULE SHOWN)
# 8-32 x 3/8 INCH (9.5 mm) SCREW (4)
M T
TS-IEM Module PC Board
M T
RL1
J2
A C
A C
+ D C -
AC
+ DC -
(T2)
+ D C -
IN / O U T 5
A C
IN / O U T 4
1 INCH (25.4 mm) STANDOFF (2)
RL2
+ D C -
IN / O U T 3
A C
IN / O U T 2
+ D C -
IN / O U T 1
RL3
RL4
TP 2
TP1
RL5
A C
+ D C -
AC
+ DC -
IN / O U T 8
A C
IN / O U T 7
+ D C -
IN / O U T 6
S p a c e
RL6
In t e r n a l
E x p a n s io n
RL7
I/ O
M T
NOTE:
J3 3
fo r
RL8
M T
170- 1058
#
M o d u le
1
J1
The first TS-IEM Module
is installed at the upper left corner
of the TS-2001 console and plugs
into J12. This is the installation
location for consoles with one TS-IEM.
J1
TP 3
J1 2
J3 2
J3
Field Installation Steps
1) Install the standoffs as shown
2) Use two #8-32 x 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) hold-down
screws at the right side, and the
two 3 inch (76.2 mm) standoffs at the right side
of the module,
3) Install wiring (see Wiring Diagram)
4) Install the Safety Shield with the
remaining two hold-down screws
U 4 5
J6
S p a c e
fo r
In t e r n a l
U 1 0
E x p a n s io n
I/ O
#
TS-1001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
M o d u le
J2
M A IN
2
J5
J22
U 50
S YS TEM
J4
P C
U 3 5
B d
D 2
1 70 - 10 54
J1 0
D C D
J1
D IS P L A Y
C A B LE
TO
&
K E Y P A D
J6
J11
D 1 5
U 3 6
U 4 7
The second TS-IEM Module is installed
at the lower left side of the console
and plugs into J10.
J21
R X D
D 1 4
D TR
D 1 3
J9
J8
J7
TX D
D 1 2
S1
Figure 7-13b.
TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module Installation
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Tips
Some AC input modules are dual-purpose and can be used as DC input
modules. These dual-purpose modules are marked with an asterisk * in TABLE
7-5.
Match I/O module to the power source Voltage Type (AC or DC)
Match I/O module to the Power Source voltage level (never exceed 250 volts)
Match I/O output modules to the current draw of the load (never exceed 1 amp
maximum – no matter what is printed on I/O module)
Two different manufacturers of I/
0 modules are possible
(replacement fuses may be
different)
(T2)
RED L.E.D. -- ON WHEN MODULE
TURNS ON.
WARNING VOLTAGE MAY BE PRESENT
AT THE INTERFACE TERMINALS
EVEN WHEN THE L.E.D. IS OFF.
INSTALL ONLY
CORRECT RATING
REPLACEMENT
FUSES
FU SE
x
S
OUTPUT MODULE:
HAS FUSE AND 4 PINS
MATCH MODULE VOLTAGE LEVEL
TYPE(AC or DC) AND CURRENT
TO POWER SOURCE.
W
250V
FU S
E
x
W
S
F4A
OUTPUT _ _ _V_ _ _A
FUSE REPLACEMENT
F4A
•
•
•
250
V
# 4-40 HOLD-DOWN SCREW (TYPICAL)
RED L.E.D. - ON WHEN MODULE
TURNS ON / VOLTAGE IS APPLIED.
INPUT MODULE: HAS 5 PINS
MATCH MODULE INPUT VOLTAGE
WITH POWER SOURCE VOLTAGE.
M T
M T
FU SE
M T
M T
RL1
J2
IN / O U T
3
IN / O U T
4
IN / O U T
5
IN / O U T
6
A C
A C
+ D C -
AC
+ D C -
RL4
+ D C -
R L3
R L2
R L5
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL OR
REMOVE MODULES, FUSES, OR
WIRING WITH POWER APPLIED !
R L3
RL4
TURN THE TS-2001 POWER OFF.
FUSE
R L5
F4A
2
x
S
IN / O U T
AC
1
+ D C -
IN / O U T
AC
R L2
+ D C -
6
AC
IN / O U T
+ D C -
5
A C
4
IN / O U T
+ D C -
IN / O U T
A C
3
+ D C -
IN / O U T
AC
2
W
A C
+ D C -
A C
+ D C -
25 0V
R L6
x
S
W
25 0V
R L7
F4A
F USE
x
S
8
A C
IN / O U T
R L7
7
+ D C -
IN / O U T
A C
A C
+ D C -
R L6
+ D C -
A C
8
+ D C -
IN / O U T
7
F4A
FUSE
IN / O U T
W
25 0V
M T
M T
R L8
x
M T
S
R L8
F4 A
FUSE
M T
W
2 50 V
J2
+ D C -
IN / O U T
AC
1
+ D C -
IN / O U T
x
S
RL1
F4A
INPUT _ _ _V_ _
W
LOCATE, DISCONNECT, AND
CHECK ALL EXTERNAL POWER
SOURCES FOR ABSENCE OF
VOLTAGE BEFORE WORKING ON
THESE CIRCUITS.
25 0V
170-1058
J1
TS-IEM PC BOARD
170-1058
J1
TS-IEM PC BOARD: SHOWN WITH 4 INPUT,
AND 4 OUTPUT MODULES
Figure 7-13c. TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module – Component Location
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TS-IEM Wiring (T2)
Two AC/DC interface terminals are included for up to 8 inputs or outputs per
TS-IEM I/O module. See Figure 7-13d for a typical wiring diagram.
•
•
•
•
ELECTRICAL DANGER External power sources are present at the
TS-IEM module — avoid Electrical Shock Hazards, which may cause
injury or death. Before working on the these circuits:
Turn off all power to the TS-2001 system — at the electrical power panel.
Turn off all external power sources that are wired to the TS-IEM
module(s) and verify that no voltage is present !
DO NOT install or remove I/O modules, fuses, or wiring with power
applied !
DO NOT wire any unused module terminals
Recommended Wire
Use a minimum of 18 AWG (1 mm), type TFFN, THWN, or THHN wire.
•
•
•
•
Wire only one input/output to an interface terminal-set.
Wire each input or output module as shown in Figure 7-13d.
For each TS-IEM channel, Record the Module Type, Power Source, and Circuit
Description in TABLE 7-6.
At each interface terminal-set: clearly mark the wiring with the external power
source !
After TS-IEM Wiring — Steps
1) Reinstall all safety shields and covers.
2) Make sure all work is finished and all personnel are clear before powering up
3) Program the TS-2001 for these I/O modules as installed and recorded in
TABLE 7-6.
4) Test each input or output for proper operation.
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Figure 7-13d.
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+ D C + D C + D C + D C + D C -
A C
A C
A C
A C
A C
A C
RL8
RL7
RL6
x
x
x
TS-IEM Typical Wiring Diagram
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
(7 - NO DIGITAL
DC OUTPUT)
J1
(8 - NO/NC DRY
CONTACT OUTPUT)
(5 - NO DIGITAL
AC OUTPUT)
(3 - DIGITAL
DC INPUT)
170- 1058
250V
W
FUSE
250V
W
FUSE
250V
W
FUSE
S
WARNING: External power sources present... Avoid electrical shock hazards and equipment damage
- DO NOT install or remove modules, fuses, or wiring with power on !
- Locate, disconnect, and check all external power sources for absence of voltage and
turn the TS-2001 Power off before working on these circuits.
+ D C -
A C
M T
IN / O U T 8
IN / O U T 7
RL5
RL4
RL3
RL2
(1 - DIGITAL
AC INPUT)
S
- DC POWER
SOURCE RETURN
IN4005
COMMUTATING DIODE
FOR INDUCTIVE LOADS
IN / O U T 6
IN / O U T 5
IN / O U T 4
IN / O U T 3
IN / O U T 2
IN / O U T 1
+ D C -
A C
DC LOAD
DC LOAD
AC LOAD
NC
DC SIGNAL
C
NO
NC
J2
RL1
S
+ DC POWER
SOURCE
- DC POWER
SOURCE RETURN
+ DC POWER
SOURCE
AC NEUTRAL
AC POWER
SOURCE
- DC POWER
SOURCE RETURN
+ DC POWER
SOURCE
AC NEUTRAL
AC POWER
SOURCE
AC SIGNAL
C
NO
F4A
M T
+ D C F4A
7
F4A
TS-IEM PC Board (Shown with 5 different types of I/O Modules)
M T
M T
(T2)
TABLE 7-5
I/O Input and Output Modules – Model Type – (T2)
Order
INCON P/N
MODULE TYPE
DESCRIPTION
AD14ØI
AC/DC Input Module
90 - to - 140 Volt AC or DC
AD24ØI
AC/DC Input Module
180 - to - 240 Volt AC or DC
DC28I
DC Input Module
2.5 - to - 28 Volt DC
DC32I
DC Input Module
12 - to - 32 Volt DC
DC6ØI
DC Input Module
35 - to - 60 Volt DC
AC12ØNO
AC Output Module
12 - to - 120 Volt AC
Normally Open
AC24ØNO
AC Output Module
24 - to - 240 Volt AC
Normally Open
AC24ØNC
AC Output Module
24 - to - 240 Volt AC
Normally Closed
DC6ØNO
DC Output Module
5 - to - 60 Volt DC
Normally Open
DC2ØØNO
DC Output Module
5 - to - 200 Volt DC
Normally Open
DRYCONNO
Dry Contact Output Module
Form A SPST
Normally Open
DRYCONNC
Dry Contact Output Module
Form B SPST
Normally Closed
*
*
CAUTION The TS-IEM terminal strip is rated for 1 Ampere maximum. DO
NOT exceed this rating — regardless of the module rating !
* Indicates dual purpose AC/DC Input I/O modules
Output and Dry Contact (Relay) modules are equipped with replaceable fuses...
these fuses are identical but differ between manufacturers. Supply varies with
availability.
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TABLE 7-6
I/O Module Type, Power Source and Circuit Description (Fill-In) (T2)
Optional – TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module # 1 { 8 I/O Channels }
# 1 I/O Module Type
# 2 I/O
# 3 I/O
# 4 I/O
# 5 I/O
# 6 I/O
# 7 I/O
# 8 I/O
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Module Type
Input/Output
Power Source
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Power
Circuit Description
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Optional – TS-IEM Internal Expansion Module # 2 { 8 I/O Channels }
# 1(9) I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 2 (10) I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 3 (11) I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 4 (12)I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 5 (13)I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 6 (14)I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 7 (15)I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
# 8 (16)I/O Module Type
Input/Output Circuit Description
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Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
Power Source
TANK SENTINEL® INSTALLATION GUIDE
Other Console Accessories
The following is a partial list of optional accessories that can be connected to
the console:
•
Relay Output Module reference the: TS-ROM2 (dry contact) relay output
(*) BriteBox® Installation Manual for complete installation details.
•
Control Input Module reference the: TS-CIM control input (*) BriteBox®
Installation Manual for complete installation details and available solid state
input modules, which must be ordered separately from the TS-CIM (T1 T2).
The above are similar to the TS-SEM (*) BriteBox® which is shown in Figure
7-8, because they use a TS-KB installation kit and connect to J11 inside the
console through the 3/4 inch SPI conduit knockout. Also reference Figure 7-1b.
NOTE
•
TS-KB BriteBox® installation kit: connects a BriteBox to BriteBox, or a
BriteBox to the Console. A serial port interface (SPI) cable is included in the
assembly. Reference Figure 7-8, & Figure 7-1b / INCON Applications Bulletin
for installation.
•
TS-DIM Dispenser Interface Module. See the TS-DIM Installation and Quick
Installation Guides for details.
•
TS-CPM Cathodic Protection Monitor. See the TS-CPM User Guide for
Installation and Setup-Programming details.
The TS-ROM2, TS-CIM, TS-SEM, TS-KB, TS-DIM and TS-CPM are not
approved for use in European Union markets where ATEX approved
devices are required.
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EPROM Software Revision Upgrade Installation
Follow the instructions shown in Figure 7-14. Other documentation may be
provided with the Upgrade EPROM -- follow these instructions as well.
J6
F 14
B1
J1 3
+
P O W ER
+
O N
3 V
B R 2 03 2
U 1 0
dd
J2 2
J4
B d
J1 4
OFF
M A IN
P R IN T E R
P C
SW 1
TS-1001/N-N U10
VER No. DATE
J2
J5
S Y STEM
U 35
P C
B d
J17
D 2
CABLE
J4
TO
TS - M SB 1
J4
J1 0
1 7 0 - 1 0 5 7
1 7 0 - 1 0 6 7
V IE W
D 1 5
U 3 6
U 4 7
R EA R
J2 1
R XD
D 1 4
J1 5
D TR
D 1 3
-
J1 6
DC D
J11
C O N S O LE
D O O R
-
J9
J8
J7
TX D
D 1 2
S1
F16
F1 7
F15
I N S T A L L A T I O N S T E P S:
1) Printout all system and tank setup reports
P in
36
2) Download all setup data using INCON's
System Sentinel software !
U 1 0
3) Turn off the power to the console at the Electrical Panel !
4) Remove the older version EPROM. Use a non-metallic tool,
to prevent damage to the PC Board and pry-out the old
EPROM.
P in
1
EPROM
Enlarged
View
5) Align the upgrade EPROM over its socket so that the notched
end is facing left as shown. Make sure each leg (pin) is
positioned exactly above its mating socket.
6) Press to seat the EPROM into its socket by using even
pressure at both ends.
INCON 050-0200
1001/2001
REV X.XX
U 1 0
J2
7) Adjust jumper on J2 when required... J2 does not exist on
system boards later than Rev. B. For Rev. 1.1 and above
position the jumper link as shown (over right two pins of J2).
8) Turn the power back on & reprogram the Tank Sentinel as it
was previously and according to any special upgrade setup
instructions provided.
9) Upload setup data from the remote PC to the ATG using
the INCON remote management software.
Figure 7-14. Console EPROM Upgrade Instructions & Diagram
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After all System Wiring is Complete — Steps
1) Check that all wiring is accurately terminated.
2) Check that each wire is held securely by the terminal hold-down screw (pull
slightly on each wire to check this). If wiring is loose or terminated improperly,
remove the wire, unscrew the terminal hold-down screw (completely) and
re-terminate.
3) Reinstall the metal I.S. cover over the Intrinsically Safe probe / sensor interface
terminals.
4) Reinstall the clear safety shield/covers over the Tank Sentinel AC power/Alarm
Relay/Input terminals.
5) Reinstall the covers over the optional BriteBox® modules.
WARNING Failure to replace the safety covers and shields will result in a
dangerous situation. An explosion hazard, or an electrical shock hazard will be
created, which may result in property damage, injury, or loss of life.
— ❖ —
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System Start-up
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Before System Start-up – Check
Before turning the Tank Sentinel console and system power on, thoroughly check
all wiring and installation details of the system, including the following:
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
AC power wiring and accessory wiring is in metal conduit.
AC power is wired correctly in accordance with Figures 7-3a or 7-3b.
All probe cables and sensor wiring is in threaded, rigid metal conduit.
All conduit and junction boxes are dry and weatherproof.
All conduit, and all threaded fittings are sealed with pipe dope.
All Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) probe and sensor wiring are within conduit/pull boxes and
are separate from all other (non-I.S.) wiring.
EYS Seal fittings are installed in all probe and sensor circuit conduits, and are
sealed with epoxy.
The proper level probe cables have been installed per TABLE 7-3.
Level probes are wired in accordance with Figures 7-4 & 7-5.
Leak detection sensors have been installed per their manuals.
Cable compression gland fittings (cord grips) are correctly installed, sealed, and
tightened on all junction boxes and riser caps.
Thread sealant or pipe dope was used on all threaded conduit, pipe joints, and
compression fittings producing a watertight seal.
Riser pipes are installed and sealed in accordance with this manual.
Probes have been installed in accordance with this manual and have been adjusted
to be 1/4” (6 mm) off the bottom of the tank.
All safety covers/shields have been reinstalled in the console.
All probe and sensor riser caps are in place and latched/tightened.
Power Up
After the system has been thoroughly wired and checked-out you may apply power.
Turn the Tank Sentinel system circuit breaker ON at the Electrical Power Panel and
move switch SW1 within the console to the ON position (Ref: Figure 7-3a). The
display will show a start-up message for several seconds and then will indicate the
system software version number. These displays will appear as follows:
SYSTEM START-UP
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System Start-up Display
INCON – TANK SENTINEL – INCON
PART #: TS1P_ _ /_ _ _ ( _= # TANKS & OPTION CODES)
then,
SYSTEM OK
REV # X.XX (SOFTWARE PROGRAM VERSION NUMBER)
Default Status Display
(T1 T2 only)
SYSTEM
OKAY
NOTE
TANK
OKAY
SENSOR
OKAY
LINE
OKAY
The LINE column will appear only after the system has been programmed for line
leak detector(s) and after the line leak detectors have been installed and wired to
the console correctly.
Start-up Alarm Reports
At start-up, the printer will become active and will probably print some alarm
reports. These reports should be considered normal because the system has not
been programmed and various alarm limits/conditions have been exceeded (the
display will display ALARM instead of OKAY). If the system does not operate
normally, immediately turn off the power and recheck the installation. It may be
helpful to refer to the Trouble Shooting Guide in Chapter 10 of this manual.
WARNING If you damage the system during installation do not attempt to
substitute components to repair it. Substitution of components could impair intrinsic
safety. The Tank Sentinel system is intrinsically safe for probes or sensors installed
in Class I, Division 1, Group D hazardous locations. Substitution of components
could make the energy limiting circuitry in the system ineffective. An explosion
hazard could result. Repairs to the Tank Sentinel system should be undertaken
only by a qualified, factory trained technician.
— ❖ —
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9
Initial System Programming
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
NOTE
After initial power-up, the Tank Sentinel system will attempt to automatically
identify the types of all leak detection sensors that are connected to the ATG
system. The Auto-Configure-Sensors verification-routine can take up to eight
minutes to finish. Wait 10 minutes before entering the SETUP program mode.
You must program Tank Sentinel system for your application – before you
can use it. Complete programming and setup instructions are included in the Tank
Sentinel Set up Programming Guide. Supplemental programming instructions may
also appear in various Accessory and Sensor Manuals. A brief discussion of the
several key items, which must be programmed before the system can be used, is
included here.
Probe Type
You must indicate the probe model number / length that is used in each tank (see
Chapter 6 of this manual). This information is programmed in the PROBES menu of
the programming guide, and in the SPECIAL probe menu of the programming guide
(when a nonstandard “special probe” is used).
Product Type
You must indicate what type of liquid is contained in each tank. This is done in the
TANKS menu and optionally in the special products menu. If a product other than
one of the standard products is used, refer to the SPECIAL PROD section of the
programming guide.
Tank Shape
You must tell the system information about the level to volume conversion (tank
chart) for each tank. This information is programmed in the TANKS menu. Refer to
this section in the programming guide.
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Product and Water Offsets for Tank Tilt
You must program probe offsets (values to be added or subtracted to the level) for
each tank. These are programmed in the TANKS menu and are called OFFSET P
N and OFFSET W N... N indicates a tank number, P indicates product and W
indicates water. Normally it is recommended that both offsets be set equal to the tilt
value computed in Chapter 3 of this manual. In special cases, you may program the
offsets to other values. In particular, some customers program the product offset
(OFFSET P N) equal to the tilt value, but set the water offset (OFFSET W N) to a
value that matches their stick water reading.
NOTE
For maximum system accuracy set both offsets to the tilt value (OFFSET P N and
OFFSET W N = tilt value).
Clock / Calendar
You must set the clock/calendar to the correct time and date and disable daylight
savings time if this is not recognized in your area. This is done in the CLOCK/
CALENDAR menu. Refer to this section in the programming guide.
Programming Other Features
The programming steps described above are sufficient to allow you to use the Tank
Sentinel basic operating features. However, there are many advanced features,
such as the reporting features, alarm features, and automation features which
require additional setup programming. Refer to the programming guide for details
on how to setup and use these capabilities.
In addition, reference the various Sensor Installation Manuals about Testing
sensors.
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Service, Troubleshooting Guide,
Warranty
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504, T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508,
none = all products
Service
INCON and its authorized representatives provide full service and factory support
for the Tank Sentinel system. The Customer’s Warranty Statement
(P/N 000-1124) is included with each system. The INCON Warranty Policy
(P/N 000-1197) includes the Warranty statement, return goods policy (RMA –
Return Materials Authorization) and restocking fee policy. The latest version of this
document can viewed and printed from our web-site http://www.incon.com .
Service Support
Only INCON Certified and authorized service technicians/organizations are
permitted to work on this equipment. Contact INCON for local distributors, or
1-800-984-6266 (+207 283 0156), for authorized service technicians in your area.
Before Calling
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Before calling for assistance, please:
Have the serial number, and EPROM version number of the console.
Check the possible causes of any system error messages. Definitions of system
error messages are provided later in this section.
Check the troubleshooting guide found in this chapter.
Read the service statement above and read the documents referred to there.
Call from a telephone near the Tank Sentinel console that is having problems.
Technicians — have a Digital Voltmeter.
Return Shipments
Before returning a package to INCON, you must first obtain a RMA number. Refer
to our Warranty Policy about this procedure.
Call 1-800-984-6266 (+207 283 0156) for a RMA number and the RMA shipping
address. Packages that are sent to INCON without a valid RMA number will be
rejected and sent back as stated in our Warranty Policy.
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NOTE
Shipping damage due to inadequate or inappropriate packaging is your
responsibility. Make sure you insure the shipment. Also, see Chapter 1 about
Return Shipping Charges.
Return Packaging
Should it become necessary to return the Tank Sentinel system to INCON for
service, please use the original packaging materials when possible. If the original
packaging is unavailable, replacement packaging can be obtained from INCON for
a nominal charge.
Alarm & Error Messages
Error Messages and Alarm reports are produced at the console to indicate the
source and type of problem that occurred. This section presents a partial list of
Error Messages that may be displayed after an installation.
The displayed Error Messages are shown in bold text above the PRINTED
ALARM REPORT TEXT (shown in UPPER-CASE text). A more complete list of
alarms and error messages is contained in the programming / service
troubleshooting Guide.
System Fail
SYSTEM FAIL Alarms indicate that some specific error has occurred in the Tank
Sentinel system. The reason or cause of the alarm is shown after this message.
CPU Crash
CPU CRASH The computer chip or central processing unit (CPU) within the
console had a severe problem develop for unknown reasons.
Probable cause – generally an indication that there is a significant problem with
the hardware or software. A “CPU fault” may also happen when severe power
quality problems occur.
Watchdog Timeout
WD TIMEOUT Alarm indicates a temporary software failure or power quality
problem.
Probable cause – see CPU Crash
Float Missing
FLOAT MISSING The system is receiving no response from the probe.
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Probable cause – wrong cable used, wiring error, wet connections, faulty wiring /
installation (float is lost in the tank because the float retainer was not installed
properly), or defective probe or float, or wrong type of float installed.
Probe Sync
PROBE SYNC The system cannot synchronize (use) data sent from the probe.
Probable cause – a missing or improperly positioned float, wrong cable used,
wiring error, wet connections (the INCON approved moisture resistant connectors
were not used), faulty wiring, probe length incorrectly programmed, defective
system component, or wrong type of float used.
No Probe
NO PROBE Failure to communicate properly with a probe.
Probable cause – NUMBER OF TANKS incorrectly programmed in setup, wrong
cable used, wiring error, wet connections (the INCON approved moisture resistant
connectors were not used), faulty wiring, or defective probe.
Temperature Error
TEMPERATURE ERROR happened while calculating temperature.
Probable cause – wrong cable used, wiring error, faulty wiring, temperature
compensation incorrectly programmed, or defective probe.
RTD Table Error
RTD TABLE ERROR was encountered in the RTD (temperature sensor) table.
Probable cause – the number of RTDs programmed for a special probe does not
match the number of table entries.
API Error
API ERROR was encountered in the API temperature compensation routine.
Probable cause – temperature compensation was not programmed correctly.
Alpha Error
ALPHA ERROR was encountered in the API temperature compensation routine for
calculating alpha.
Probable cause – temperature compensation was not programmed correctly.
Level Error
LEVEL ERROR was encountered while calculating product level.
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Probable cause – wrong cable used, wiring error, faulty wiring, or defective probe
(also generated if the unit cannot read level).
Volume Error
VOLUME ERROR was encountered while calculating product volume.
Probable cause – error in tank shape data, error in programming probe type, or
error in programming special probe (also generated if the unit cannot read level).
Water Volume Error
WATER VOLUME ERROR occurred while calculating water volume.
Probable cause – error in tank shape data, error in programming probe type, or
error in programming special probe (also generated if the unit cannot read level.
Ullage Error
ULLAGE ERROR was encountered while calculating ullage.
Probable cause – error in tank shape data, error in programming probe type, or
error in programming special probe. Also generated if the unit cannot read level.
Table Error
STRAP TABLE ERROR occurred in tank correction.
Probable cause – tank correction input out of range, or values programmed
incorrectly.
Net Error
NET VOLUME ERROR was encountered while calculating net volume.
Probable cause – error in tank shape data, error in programming probe type, error
in programming special probe, or temperature compensation not programmed
correctly.
Memory Error
MEMORY ERROR the system has encountered a CRC memory checking error.
Probable cause – setup program lost because of a dead memory backup battery
or severe power quality problem (or a new EPROM upgrade chip was installed)
Float Height
FLOAT HEIGHT ERROR due to incorrect float height / level measurement error.
Probable cause – the FLOAT TYPE (type of float) was programmed incorrectly.
Unstable Probe
UNSTABLE PROBE the probe signal has become unstable.
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Probable cause – incorrect probe wiring, corroded splice connectors (the INCON
approved moisture resistant connectors were not used), wrong (wire nut)
connectors used, or wet junction box.
F14 Sensor Input Fuse Open
F14 Sensor Input Fuse Open means there is a malfunction in the sensors interface
circuitry. In most cases loose the +5 VDC supply voltage.
Probable cause – A Standard Sensor is wired incorrectly, the junction box or wiring
is wet (INCON approved moisture resistant connectors were not used), or a short
exists at the wire splices.
If the system board is part #170-1054 - check sensor wiring / check and replace
fuse F14 if necessary. Retest sensors.
If the system board is part #170-1001 - check LEDs D23, D24, D25 located below
and to the left of the IS barrier. If any of these LEDs are lit this indicates a short
circut condition exists somewhere. Check sensor wiring (the F14 fuse is not
accessible). Retest sensors.
=
Re-wire,
re-splice
(insert the
ends of
the wires
into the
moisture
resistant
no-strip
connectors)
provided
with
sensors
and
probes,
and test.
*
Sensor Sync Error
SENSOR SYNC ERROR the console has lost Sync with a BriteSensor.
Probable cause – Wet / corroded wire splice connectors (INCON approved
moisture resistant connectors were not used), or wet splice box, or faulty sensor.
Check sensor *
Sensor Signal Lost
SENSOR SIGNAL LOST SENSOR N the system has detected a loss of serial
coded communications data from a BriteSensor.
Probable cause – One of the sensor wires is not connected or is broken at the
console input terminals, or is broken between the console and the sensor or within
the junction box. Check wiring *
Sensor ID Error
SENSOR ID ERROR the sensor type was not identified correctly.
Probable cause – A sensor type was incorrectly changed after sensors were auto
configured. From the Setup mode Sensors menu, select AUTO CONFIGURE
SENSORS to automatically and correctly “type identify” the sensor. This process
may take up to 10 minutes to finish.
Sensor Data Error
SENSOR DATA ERROR the system has detected incorrect communications data
from a BriteSensor.
Probable cause – Defective BriteSensor. Replace Sensor.
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Troubleshooting Guide
The following paragraphs list possible Tank Sentinel console problems that may
occur after an installation and suggested solutions.
#1 — No Display Readout
a. Power is off. Check power switch SW1, and external circuit breaker.
b. Fuse open (blown) ...the keypad would be dead and LED D2 would not flash.
Check fuse F17 on the Main System PC board.
c. Loose keyboard display cable at J6 on Main System PC board, or loose cable J1
on the display / keypad PC Board. Check cables... firmly seated in connectors ?
d. Trimpot R2 on the display board is not adjusted properly. Turn R2 clockwise.
#2 — Keypad Not Responding
a. See and follow steps a. thru c. listed in #1 – No Display Readout (above)
b. Ribbon cable connecting a BrightBox to the console is incorrectly installed.
#3 — Programmed Setup Lost when Power is Lost
a. Battery B1 is not installed or is installed incorrectly. Inspect battery to ensure that
it’s properly installed.
b. Low Battery voltage / battery is dead. Test battery for nominal 3V DC (a 2.8 to 3.3
V DC reading is OK).
#4 — Printer Doesn’t Print
a. Power is off... (is the display and LED # D2 off?). Check power switch SW1 and
external circuit breaker (are these on?).
b. Printer paper is out or was installed incorrectly. Reinstall thermal paper roll (P/N
TS-TP2) and route as shown on the label under the printer cover.
c. Loose printer cable in J4 on the Main System PC board, or loose cable at J4 on the
printer board. (Are cables firmly seated into the connectors?)
#5 — Inaccurate Levels
a.
b.
c.
d.
Probe length, offsets, etc. improperly programmed. Review setup and correct.
Probe not “seated” in tank rise pipe. Straighten probe chain and reinstall probe.
Gradient programmed incorrectly. Reprogram.
Wrong floats or water float and product float interchanged. Check floats and install
new floats as required.
e. Tank tilted. Review installation instructions, measure tilt, and adjust offsets in tank
setup menu.
f. Probe wiring faulty, or improperly installed. Review installation instructions, inspect
wiring, grounds, and connections.
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#6 — NO PROBE DETECTED is Displayed
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Indicating that there is no response from the level probe:
Number of Probes programmed doesn’t equal No. of wired probes. Reprogram.
Wrong cable used or the cable run is too long for the type of cable used. Review
installation requirements and replace cable as required.
Probes are grounded incorrectly. Review installation instructions and ground as
indicated.
Loose or defective wiring between probe and unit. Check, tighten terminals, or
rewire as required.
Wire nuts used for connections. Replace with crimp type butt-splice connectors.
Water in junction boxes or conduits. Remove water, rewire / re-splice (use the
INCON approved moisture resistant connectors), test probe.
Measure voltage at J2 between + and – terminals where the wiring connects to the
main system PC Board. The voltage should be in a range of 19 to 24 + VDC. If no
voltage is not present, or not within the good range, then the cause may be:
i.
Faulty probe component, or
ii.
Main System PC board damaged — contact the factory for help.
#7 — PROBE SYNC is Displayed
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Indicating that the system cannot synchronize on probe data.
Wrong cable used or the cable run is too long for the type of cable used. Review
installation requirements and replace cable as required.
Probe is grounded incorrectly. Review installation instructions and ground as
indicated.
Loose or defective wiring between probe and unit. Check and replace as
necessary.
Water in junction boxes or conduits. Remove water, rewire or re-splice, test probe,
then seal wiring and cable-ends with the INCON approved, moisture resistant
connectors.
Faulty probe or Main PC Board component — contact the factory for help.
#8 — FLOAT MISSING is Displayed
Indicating that the probe is unable to determine the position of the water float.
a. Wrong cable used or the cable run is too long for the type of cable used. Review
installation requirements and replace cable as required.
b. Probe is grounded incorrectly. Review installation instructions and ground as
indicated.
c. Loose or defective wiring between probe and unit. Check and replace as
necessary.
d. Float was not installed or the probe was installed without float retainer clips - float is
lost. Install/reinstall float(s) with float retainer clips.
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e. Probe installed too high, not 0.25"(6 mm) above bottom of tank. Review: Adjusting
Probe Height.
f. Water in junction boxes or conduits. Remove water and then use the INCON
approved moisture resistant connectors to re-splice wires.
g. Faulty probe. Contact factory for trouble shooting procedure.
#9 — Continuous or Repeating THEFT Alarms
System is in Sentinel Mode during business hours. Reprogram Sentinel Mode to
occur after business hours.
#10 — Delivery Alarms — Multiple Low Level Alarms
May occur when product level is near the low level threshold... Delivery
threshold is set for too small a value. Reprogram with a larger delivery value.
#11 — Audible Alarms not Working
a. Internal or external alarms do not sound when appropriate — Press the Alarm Test
key on the front panel to test.
b. Unit is not setup correctly. Refer to the programming manual, and reprogram and
test.
c. Fuse open. Check fuses on the main system PC Board and replace as required.
F17 main power fuse (Display and LED D2 would be off if F17 is blown), sensor
fuse F14 (F14 Sensor Input Fuse F14 Open would be displayed if this fuse is
blown). Check / correct sensor wiring and replace fuse. F15 Alarm Relay 2, and
F16 Alarm Relay 1 output (external alarm would not activate when blown).
d. Check / correct external alarm wiring and replace fuse if required (per # c. above).
#12 — False Deliveries Reported
a. Delivery detected threshold is too small. Reprogram with a larger delivery value.
b. Unstable probe errors.
#13 — Multiple Delivery Reports
Single deliveries are split up into multiple deliveries.
Delivery delay is too short. Reprogram with a longer time delay value.
#14 — Multiple Sensor Alarms
A BriteSensor was wired incorrectly, or it was type-identified as a Standard
sensor (this could happen if access to setup is attempted before all sensors are
type-identified after initial power-up). See the caution note in Chapter 9 for more
information).
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Correct wiring and re-configure (choose AUTO CONFIGURE SENSORS from the
SENSORS setup menu and wait about 10 minutes for the type-identification
process to finish. The WAIT... display will disappear when done).
#15 — Verify System Operation
Normal tank gauge function can be verified by the absence Alarms or Error
messages (none shown in this chapter) and by the DISPLAY OUTPUT or
production of TIME-STAMPED & DATED REPORTS (such as Product Inventory
Detail Reports). Product Inventory Reports can be produced if the system is
functional (product level, percent full/capacity and other data is shown on this report
– see typical reports). With some systems (T1 T2) leak detection sensors can also
be tested to verify that the sensors work with the system and that they produce
appropriate alarms.
Warranty Registration
After installation, make sure to return the Warranty Registration form to
INCON. This form validates the warranty as stated in INCON documents
000-1197 and 000-1124.
For further Warranty or RMA Information
NOTE
Need Help ? Contact INCON Technical Service for help with the installation,
and about Warranty, or RMA issues, and about restocking charges and
correct return–shipping address.
Please call if alarms, warnings, or error codes occur frequently or repeatedly.
Office Hours:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST
Monday through Friday
Sales
24 hour Technical Service
Phone: (800) 872-3455
+207 283 0156
Fax: (207) 283-0158
E-mail: sales@incon.com
Phone: (800) 984-6266
+207 283 0156
Fax: (207) 282-9002
E-mail: tech@incon.com
Visit our web site at:
www.incon.com
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T1
Appendix A System
Technical Specifications
Product Codes: T1 = TS-1001, T2 = TS-2001, T4 = TS-504,
T7 = TS-750, T8 = TS-508, none = all products
Operating Specifications
Applicable Liquid Products
Petroleum (all), most chemicals, and
hazardous wastes when used with
appropriate liquid floats (consult
factory).
Number of Tanks Monitored (Liquid Level)
0 (T1), 1 to 2 or 1 to 4 (T1 T4), or
1 to 8 (T2 T8)
Model TSP-LL2 Liquid Level Probes
[EEX ia] IIA T4:
Accuracy
+/– 0.025 % of full scale
Resolution 0.001” (0.025mm) or better
Temperature Resolution 0.001°F
(0.0006°C) or better
Measurement Circuit Stability +/– 25
PPM over full operating temperature
Stability +/– 3 PPM per degree Fahrenheit
+/-5.4 PPM per degree Celsius
Number of Temperature Sensors / RTD'S
0 to 6 (5 standard per probe), with
automatic rejection of temperature
sensors above liquid level
Tank Leak Test Time (T1 T2)
Depends on the leak test precision,
confidence level, and various
conditions within the tank.
Number of Leak Detection Sensors:
1 to 12 (T1) or to 24 (T2) internally,
—20 or 28 (T1) or 32 or 40 (T2) with
one or two optional external TS-SEM
BriteBoxes® (8 or 16 for T4 T8).
Appendix A
& T2 only
All Products
CMH
6L79
1586
0539
II (1) G
[EEx ia] IIA
Leak Detection Sensor Models
UL & CUL ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT TEMP CODE
T3C:
3 Wire BriteSensors®:
TSP-DDS, TSP-DIS, TSP-DVS,
TSP-DTS, TSP-HIS, TSP-MWS
2 Wire Standard Sensors:
TSP-HLS, TSP-ULS
3 Wire Standard Sensor: TSP-EIS
Safety
Intrinsically safe circuits for liquid level
probes, and leak detection sensors
mounted in: Class I, Division 1, Group
D hazardous locations. [EEx ia] IIA
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions in inches (mm)
w/o printer:
(T1 T4 T7 T8)
12(305) H x 11(279) W x 4(102) D
(T2) 12(305) H x 17(432) W x 6(152) D
with optional printer:
(T1 T4 T7 T8)
12(305) H x 11(279) W x 4.5(114) D
(T2) 12(305) H x 17(432) W x 6.5(165) D
Display ( Backlit LCD )
Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display 2
rows of 40 characters
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Electrical Specifications
Console Line Voltage
115 VAC +15%, –10% (standard)
230 VAC +15%, –10% (special order
...standard with T8 export orders)
NOTE a UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) is
required for Emergency Backup
T1
Generator Applications (see Chapter 7).
Frequency & Power
50 / 60 Hz 100 Watts maximum
1 Amp maximum at 115 VAC, or
0.5 Amp maximum at 230 VAC...
WARNING Match the line voltage
power ratings – on the Serial Number
label – when wiring to the console input
power terminals. Avoid voiding the
warranty and equipment damage –
DO NOT use incorrect voltage sources.
Memory Backup Battery
3 volt, Lithium (P/N BR2032 3V,
INCON P/N 390-0004). Acceptable
voltage = 3.2 to 2.8 VDC (2 to 10
years depending of the duration of all
power outages).
LLDI Line Leak Detector Interface (T1 T2):
* 1 to 8 TS-LLD RS 485 interface
LLDI Dispenser Interface:
* RS 485 (dBox/dispenser dependent)
Discrete Inputs (T1 T2):
2 (for dry relay contacts only). Used
typically for Emergency Backup
Generator Applications (run input
signal... see Note above & Chapter 7
for details).
Input/Output modules (T2) *:
1 to 16 with optional 8 channel TS-IEM
(Internal Expansion Module). The maximum
ampacity of an output module installed here
is 1 Amp up to 250 volts. See TABLE 7.2.
Serial Communications Ports (2) RS232:
Requires Standard EIA (Electronic Industry
Association) RS232C devices:
Comm Port 1
9 pin – Female connector (for DTE
devices, or a PC).
Comm Port 2
9 pin – Male connector (for DCE
devices, or modem).
Internal Fax/Modem (Optional) *
RJ11 connector port provided
Environmental Specifications
Storage Temperature –4° to 140° F (–20° to
60° C) w/o Thermal Printer Paper
Operating Temperature 32° to 122° F
(0° to 50° C)
Operating Humidity 0 to 95 %,
non-condensing
Cleaning (console)
Cloth, or sponge slightly dampened
in mild detergent
Splash Resistance Not to be exposed to direct
spray, splash, or drips
Console Location Indoors: office, or
nonhazardous industrial environment (outdoors within a Nema 4 enclosure – T4)
Alarm Relay Output Contacts:
(2) Form C, SPDT, 120/240 VAC,
30 VDC, 3 Amps – resistive loads
* = Contact factory for availability
WARNING The Tank Sentinel console
must be mounted in a location where
explosive, or flammable vapors are not
present otherwise, an explosion hazard
will be created which can result in
property damage, injury, and death.
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Appendix B Control Drawing
Appendix B
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FCC
Information & Requirements
Overall Information & Requirements
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the bottom of the equipment
exterior, near the telephone and serial ports, there is a label that contains, among other
information, the FCC Registration Number and the Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for
this equipment. You must, upon request, provide this information to your telephone
company.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone
line and still have all those devices ring when you telephone numbers is called. In most,
but not all areas, the sum of the REN’s of all devices connected to one line should not
exceed five. To be certain of the number devices you may connect to your line as
determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company to determine the
maximum REN for you calling area.
If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the Telephone
Company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in
advance. But if advance notice is not practical you will be notified as soon as possible.
You will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will
be notified in advance to give you and opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone
service.
Should you experience trouble with this equipment (TS-2001 / TS-1001 / TS-508 / TS-504 /
TS-750), please contact INCON Technical Service, in the U.S.A., for repair or warranty
information, at 1-800-98INCON. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment.
Only INCON certified technicians may make repairs to this equipment (TS-2001 / TS-1001 /
TS-508 / TS-504 / TS-750), please call your local distributor for service or INCON Technical
Service for assistance.
This equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided by the telephone
company. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. (Contact the state
public utility commission, pubic service commission or corporation commission for
information.)
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INDUSTRY CANADA Information & Requirements
CP-01 Issue 8, Part I, Section 14.1
“NOTICE: The Industry Canada Label identifies certified equipment. This certification
means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment
Technical Requirements document(s). The Department does not guarantee the equipment
will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected
to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be
installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that
compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the
supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment
malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to
disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the
power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are
connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but
should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.”
CP-01, Issue 8, Part I, Section 14.2
“NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device
provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a
telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of
all the devices does not exceed 5.”
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NOTICE
Addendum to TS-1000, TS-1001, & TS-2001
Manuals
The optional devices (TS-RK, TS-RA1, TS-RA2, TS-CIM, TS-ROM1, TS-ROM2,
TS-TGI, TS-DIM, TS-CPM), and installation methods covered in this manual for these
optional devices, have not been evaluated by Underwriters Laboratories and are not
considered part of the TS-1000/TS-1001/TS-2001 UL Listing.
UL Requested Data
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