1950G Series Installation Instructions

1950G Series Installation Instructions
2-10-04 E-57G ATex
2/10/04
4:37 PM
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Bulletin E-57G
Series 1950G – Integral Explosion-Proof Pressure Switches
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
UL, CSA, FM Listed For
Set Point Adjustment
Screw
External
Ground Screw
CL, I GR. A*, B, C, D - CL. II GR. E, F, G - CL. III
Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX) Compliant For
0344
II 2G EEx d IIB + Hydrogen T6
EC-Type Certificate Number: KEMA 03ATEX2402
Model 1950G Switches:
1/2˝ female
NPT
Electrical
Conduit
Connection
Operating ranges and deadbands
To order
specify Model
Number*
Vent Drain
Plug
Captive
Screw
The Model 1950G Explosion-Proof Switch combines
the best features of the popular Dwyer Series 1900
Pressure Switch with a compact explosion-proof housing.
This unit is UL, CSA, FM listed for use in Class I, Groups A*,
B, C, D, Class II, Groups E, F, & G and Class III atmospheres and Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX) Compliant for
II 2G EEx d IIB & Hydrogen T6. It is also totally rain-tight for
outdoor installations. Six models allow set-points from
0.07 to 20 inches W.C. ( 1.78 mm to 508.0 mm W.C.).
Easy access to the SPDT relay for electrical hook-up is provided by removing the top plate of the aluminum housing.
A captive screw allows the cover to swing aside while
remaining attached to the unit. Adjustment to the set point
of the switch can be made without disassembly of the
housing. The unit is very compact, about half the weight
and bulk of equivalent conventional explosion-proof
switches.
*GR. A is
®
Operating
Range
Inches,
W.C.
Approximate
Dead Band
At Min.
At Max.
Set Point
Set Point
1950G-00-B-__ 0.07 to 0.15
0.04
0.06
1950G-0-B-__
0.15 to 0.5
0.06
0.11
1950G-1-B-__
0.4 to 1.6
0.11
0.29
1950G-5-B-__
1.4 to 5.5
0.4
0.9
1950G-10-B-__ 3.0 to 11.0
0.9
1.8
1950G-20-B-__ 4.0 to 20.0
1.2
3.0
* Specify either 24 for 24 VDC, 120 for 120 VAC or 240
for 240 VAC when ordering. Example: 1950G-00-B-120
* Add “NA” suffix for models with UL, CSA, and FM approvals only.
Example: 1950G-00-B-120-NA
SPECIFICATIONS
Service: Air and compatible combustible gases.
Wetted Materials: Contact Factory.
Temperature Limits: 0 to 140°F (18 to 60°C). Note: Set
point drift may occur with ambient temperature changes.
Pressure Limits: 45˝ w.c. (11.2 kPa) continuous; 10 psig
(68.95 kPa) surge.
Enclosure Rating: IP64, NEMA 3, 7 and 9.
Switch Type: 1 Form C relay (SPDT).
Electrical Rating: 10A, 120/240 VAC, 28 VDC. Resistive
50mA, 125 VDC.
Power Requirements: 24 VDC ±10%. 120 or 240 VAC
±10% optional.
Electrical Connections: Internal Terminal Block.
Process Connections: 1/8˝ female NPT.
Mounting Orientation: Diaphragm in vertical position.
Consult factory for other position orientations.
Set Point Adjustment: Screw type on top of housing.
Weight: 2 lb, 15.7 oz (1.35 kg).
Only.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. Box 373 • Michigan City, IN 46361-0373, U.S.A.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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17/64" Dia. Mtg. Holes (2)
Range Adjustment
Screw
3-7/16
[87.31]
External
Ground
4-7/8
[123.8]
5-7/16
[138.1]
1/2" NPT
Elect.
Conduit
Connection
1/8" NPT High
Pressure Port
1-11/16
[42.86]
1/8" NPT
Low
Pressure Port
Captive
Screw
Vent
Drain
Plug
3/8
[9.525]
1-7/16
[36.51]
Fig. A
+
-
1950G Switch Outline Dimensions
Fig. B
INSTALLATION
ADJUSTMENT
1. Select a location free from excess vibration and corrosive
atmospheres where temperatures will be within the limits noted
under Physical Data on page 1. Switch may be installed outdoors
or in areas where the hazard of explosion exists. See page 1 for
specific types of hazardous service.
To change setpoint:
A. Remove the plastic cap and turn the slotted Adjustment
Screw at the top of the housing clockwise to raise the setpoint
pressure and counter-clockwise to lower the setpoint. After calibration, replace the plastic cap and re-check the setpoint.
2. Mount standard switches with the diaphragm in a vertical plane
and with switch lettering and Dwyer nameplate in an upright position. Some switches are position sensitive and may not reset
properly unless they are mounted with the diaphragm vertical.
B. The recommended procedure for calibrating or checking
calibration is to use a “T” assembly with three rubber tubing
leads, all as short as possible and the entire assembly offering
minimum flow restriction. Run one lead to the pressure switch,
another to a manometer of known accuracy and appropriate
range, and apply pressure through the third tube. Make final
approach to the setpoint very slowly. Note that manometer and
pressure switch will have different response times due to different internal volumes, lengths of tubing, fluid drainage, etc. Be
certain the switch is checked in the position it will assume in
use, (i.e. with diaphragm in a vertical plane) and switch lettering
and Dwyer nameplate in an upright position.
3. Connect switch to source of pressure, vacuum or differential
pressure. Metal tubing with 1/4˝ O.D. is recommended, but any
tubing which will not restrict the air flow can be used. Connect to
the two 1/8˝ female NPT pressure ports as noted below.
A. Differential pressures - connect pipes or tubes from source
of greater pressure to high pressure port marked HIGH PRESS,
and from source of lower pressure to low pressure port marked
LOW PRESS.
B. Pressure only (above atmospheric pressure) - connect tube
from source of pressure to high pressure port. The low pressure port is left open to atmosphere.
C. Vacuum only (below atmospheric pressure) - connect tube
from source of vacuum to low pressure port. The high pressure
port is left open to atmosphere.
4. To make electrical connections, remove the three hex head
screws from the cover and after loosening the fourth captive
screw, swing the cover aside. Electrical connections to the standard single pole, double throw relay and AC supply voltage connections to the unit, are provided by means of terminals marked
“COM”, “NO”, “NC”, “~” and “~” (See Fig. A). Electrical connections to the standard single pole, double throw relay and DC supply voltage connections to the unit, are provided by means of terminals marked “COM”, “NO”, “NC”, “+” and “-” (See Fig. B.). The
normally open contacts close and the normally closed contacts
open when pressure increases beyond the setpoint. Switch loads
for standard models should not exceed the maximum specified
current ratings as stated on page 1. For ATEX compliance, cables
and cable glands suitable for temperature of at least 95°C shall be
used. The cable entry device shall be of certified flameproof type,
suitable for the conditions of use and be correctly installed. Switch
capabilities decrease with an increase in ambient temperature,
load inductance, or cycling rate.
©Copyright 2004 Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. Box 373 • Michigan City, IN 46361-0373, U.S.A.
C. For highly critical applications check the setpoint adjustment
and if necessary, reset it as noted in step A.
MAINTENANCE
The moving parts of these switches need no maintenance or lubrication. The only adjustment is that of the setpoint. Care should be
taken to keep the switch reasonably clean. Periodically the vent
drain plug should be rotated then returned to its original position.
This will dislodge deposits which could accumulate in applications
where there is excessive condensation within the switch.
Printed in U.S.A. 2/04
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
FR# 28-440332-10 Rev. 10
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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