SteamEye
Steam Trap
Management
Products and
Services
The New Standard for Steam Trap Management
According to the Alliance to Save Energy, facilities have saved as much as 17% of fuel use when implementing energysaving processes. Establishing a consistent, long-term steam trap management process is one way to achieve savings.
Proactive Approach to Best Practice
Steam Trap Management*
Early detection means being able to act on a trap failure
before the associated problem becomes severe. Therefore,
immediate evaluation of the situation and measurement of
the results are critical for continued best practice process
improvement, yearly steam loss reductions and sustained
monetary savings.
Action
Action
Historical approach
Event detection
Severity
Action
Decision
Event detection
Diagnostic and decision
Proactive view
Historical approach
Decision
Trap inspections are typically performed one time per year.
The problem with this approach is that steam traps fail every
day. These undetected failures lead to system irregularities,
which, when left undetected long enough, can result in severe
problems and equate to many dollars lost­­.
Severity
Steam Trap Management
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Historical Approach to Steam Trap Program*
Operators receive
indication of
abnormal situation
BEFORE
event is critical
Time
Time
*Schavey, L. and Stout, J., “Achieving Operational Excellence in Gas Plants,” Hydrocarbon Processing, January 2005.
Wireless, Labor-free, Instant Notification of Steam Trap Failure!
If you were to describe your vision for steam trap
best practice, what would it look like?
Awareness
•The ability to constantly monitor the steam trap population
without labor allocation
•Instant notification of steam trap failure
Action
•Quick diagnosis and action on best trap replacement based
on return on investment (ROI)
Instant notification of steam trap failure and
a sustained (24/7) monitoring process.
Accountability
•A reporting system that provides tracking, measurement,
ROI analysis and easy company-wide communication
SteamEye and SteamStar® bring steam savings
through instant notification of steam trap failure.
®
SteamEye® is the tool to reduce labor and energy costs by
constantly monitoring the steam trap population. SteamStar®
is the measurement software that will create company-wide
awareness for a a whole new level of steam savings.
When working together, SteamEye® will feed the momentto-moment steam trap data into SteamStar®. SteamStar®
will instantly report this information through Web-based
software that allows easy access for company personnel to
make timely, money-saving decisions.
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Company-wide awareness and
measurement of steam trap performance
for ROI decision making.
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SteamStar
Easy-to-use and Very Affordable Steam Trap Database
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SteamStar® is the first Web-based software
for recording, monitoring and managing
steam trap information.
Achieve best practice energy management goals.
History has shown that companies maximize sustainable
cost savings when energy goals are measured, monitored,
and managed on a consistent basis. SteamStar® is the
Web-based tool that will bring data together by site, by
region and by company to help achieve best practice
energy management goals.
Eliminate costs associated with software
licensing agreements. Licensing agreements can cost
tens of thousands of dollars for initial software purchase.
For the software to facilitate multiple users, additional capital
outlay is required. The Web-based platform of SteamStar®
eliminates licensing fees and dramatically reduces the
required investment. A one month return on investment!
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Improve steam system efficiency.
Steam system efficiency can be directly linked to how well
the system is managed. SteamStar ® provides diagnostic
reporting at various levels of organizational responsibility.
The reports permit the evaluation of current conditions
and provide the knowledge necessary to make moneysaving decisions.
Save valuable time.
Typically steam trap data are presented from multiple sites
in different software formats and with different qualifying
terminology. These variables make managing steam system
information difficult and time-consuming. SteamStar® offers
a platform for company-wide steam data to be viewed and
analyzed without wasted time.
Improve company-wide communication.
Users at the plant level can perform evaluations to determine
root causes of steam system issues. Using the same platform,
the global energy manager has the ability to analyze data
for sites around the world. This level of communication
promotes understanding of steam system efficiency.
Screen shot of SteamStar® home page.
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SteamStar
Easy-to-use and Very Affordable Steam Trap Database
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Steam Trap Management
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SteamStar® Web-based software will evaluate
steam system data.
Continuous Steam Trap Monitoring captures real time
steam trap operation from SteamEye ®. SteamEye® is
the automated steam trap monitoring tool that provides
accurate and constant information from each steam trap.
This information is translated by SteamStar® into actionable
reports. All of the reports available in SteamStar® are
designed for best practice measurement.
•Executive Summary
•Steam and Monetary Loss
•Defective Trap Report
•Manufacturer Summary
•Trap Evaluation by Application
Screen shot of executive summary.
Prioritized Work Order
Company Benchmarking
This premium report establishes a comparison to sister sites
and industry peer best practices. The user has a choice of
which sites to benchmark and which factors to compare.
Steam losses and monetary losses can be compared by
site, by type of application, by type of trap, and more. This
report will offer management a wide analysis of which sites
are working to reduce steam losses and which lag behind.
It will also highlight any areas of concern in terms of high
steam trap failure rate compared to total monetary losses.
This report is a valuable tool for facility managers and global
energy managers alike.
Prioritized Work Orders
The work order report is a premium report that was designed
for optimum facility payback on labor and material while
keeping energy losses to a minimum. This report is available
at the site or unit level and will create a work order for
steam trap repairs based on payback.
Screen shot of prioritized work order.
Trend History
The premium trend analysis report will assist a manager
with the comparison of multiple years of data. The data
available for comparison are steam loss, monetary loss,
fuel consumed, and emissions created. Like the other
premium reports, the trend analysis report can be compared
by site and/or region. It will also track emissions—CO2, SOx,
NOx—and highlight the progress made toward steam system
efficiency and dollars saved.
Emissions Summary­­
The premium emissions report is valuable for its ability to
focus on the quantifiable emissions of CO2, SOx, and NOx
in one summarized view. Steam system efficiency is not
only viewed as important in terms of energy losses but also
in terms of environmental impact. The emissions report is
especially beneficial to users that are penalized by world
governments for high emission factors.­­­
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SteamEye — The Only 24/7, Wireless,
Labor-free Steam Trap Monitoring System!
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SteamEye® can monitor any manufacturer’s trap and any trap type.
“It’s like having someone sitting there watching traps all
day.” That’s how a maintenance supervisor at an installation
summed up the benefits of SteamEye®.
But exactly how does SteamEye® do what it does? And how
does it use radio waves to signal a real beginning in steam
system optimization? What is wireless steam trap monitoring
anyway?
less waste, fewer emissions and a healthier environment.
As you see from the table below, a little steam leak can truly
be the start of something big. A single trap with an 1/8-inch
orifice can squander more than $4,000 per year. Multiply that
by the number of traps represented in a typical 20% failure
rate, and you begin to get the idea. Failed steam traps
waste energy and cost you money. Big money. But that was
then. Now there’s SteamEye®.
What does an undetected failed steam trap cost?
Wireless monitoring of steam traps gives you an
instantaneous insight into trap performance that is the
most accurate measure of steam trap status available. The
system consists of a transmitter, a repeater (if necessary),
and a receiver. Building automation system integration is
also an option. Consult your Armstrong Representative or
Armstrong’s Smart Services Group.
At today’s energy prices, steam trap blow-thru can no longer
be tolerated. Energy lost means dollars lost. In addition to
energy losses, do not forget the other costs associated with
undetected steam trap failure.
SteamEye® saves energy and money
Whoever first observed “Little things mean a lot” perhaps
had failed steam traps in mind. Show us a steam trap blowing
through (losing steam), and we’ll show you potential for huge
savings in the dollars you spend for energy to generate steam
in the first place. Besides, less energy consumed means
•Critical processes, possible loss of product
•Pressurized return lines
•Failure to other equipment such as electric condensate
pumps, PRVs and control valves
•Unexpected downtime
•Emergency labor requirements
Cost of Various Sized Steam Leaks (assuming steam costs of $10.00/1,000 lb)
Pressure
(psig)
Orifice
Steam Loss
Dollar Loss per Year
500 Traps
20% Failure Rate
15
3/16"
241,741
$2,417
$241,700
50
5/32"
365,991
$3,660
$366,000
125
1/8"
497,563
$4,976
$497,600
250
#38
610,027
$6,100
$610,000
450
1/8"
1,655,099
$16,551
$1,655,100
600
7/64"
1,674,206
$16,742
$1,674,200
NOTE: Steam loss based on bi-phase flow through an orifice using Armstrong’s steam loss formula, approved by the United Nations Technical Committee.
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SteamEye Proven Technology
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Steam Trap Management
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The SteamEye® System
Wireless technology has been around for decades.
Armstrong International has taken this technology,
combined it with our 100 years of steam trap experience and
developed a product to accurately determine the operational
condition of any type, make and model of steam trap without
a labor requirement.
Each transmitter is equipped with an electronic board. This
board houses the engineered “thought process” that gives
SteamEye® its reliability and accuracy. The conductivity
transmitter uses a conductive probe to detect a blow-
thru steam trap. The Ultrasonic transmitter uses a unique
Armstrong designed Waveguide that concentrates the
operational sound of any steam trap to the electronic board
of the transmitter. The “thought process” of the electronic
board “listens” to the trap operation and determines precisely
whether a trap is operating normally or is in a blow-thru
state. In addition to the blow-thru condition, both transmitters
have the ability to sense when a trap is cold. To eliminate
false readings on modulating steam applications, the
Ultrasonic and Conductivity transmitters will check to see
if pressure exists before sending a cold alarm.
SteamEye How It Works
®
Using wireless technology, the transmitters (SteamEye®
monitors) send information about the operating condition of
the steam trap, or other monitored device, to the receiver
(Gateway). The Gateway is connected to your company’s
network where the information can be viewed through a
web browser as though you are surfing the intranet (see
screenshot of SteamEye® on page 193).
Typical Plant Layout
SteamEye® can be integrated into your existing Building
Automation System (BAS) or Digital Control System (DCS)
using MODBUS RS-232 or RS-485 communication platform.
This allows you to view and alarm your SteamEye® monitored
devices seamlessly throughout your existing control systems.
Furthermore, SteamEye® can be linked to SteamStar®
through the Internet for real time steam loss information using
the Energy Tracker feature. This will calculate and quantify
accumulated steam and dollar losses until action is taken.
All this is important information to help prioritize busy work
schedules in today’s “do more with less” workplace.
In applications where the transmitter has line of sight to the
receiver, the range is approximately 1,500 feet. In facilities
where the signal must travel through walls, floors and other
obstructions the range is 300 to 500 feet. If the receiver is
out of the range of a transmitter, devices called repeaters
can be placed between the transmitter and the receiver to
“repeat” the signal from one device to the next. A radio
frequency signal strength survey is required to determine if
repeaters are needed, where they will be located and how
many will be required.
SteamEye® will…
•Monitor traps 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
using wireless technology
•Hasten problem solving in areas where incorrect size
or type of trap is used in specific applications
•Alert immediately when a steam trap has failed,
mitigating steam loss
•Eliminate labor associated with testing traps
•Protect critical process from steam trap failure
•Work in conjunction with a building automation system
(BAS)
•Mitigate frozen coils caused by plugged traps
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SteamEye Transmitter Choices
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Ultrasonic
Got Tunnels or Confined Spaces?
Testing steam traps in hard-to-reach locations such as tunnels,
confined spaces or ceilings is labor intensive, costly and unsafe!
SteamEye® allows traps to be monitored remotely, eliminating
unnecessary access to these areas. A remote probe is available
for areas like steam vaults, which can be challenging for an RF signal.
A radio frequency survey would be performed to determine the most
cost effective manner of providing labor-free monitoring of steam
traps in areas where worker safety is a concern.
Remote
URFC4700R
Ultrasonic Monitor
URFC4700R
Transmitter
URFC4700
Transmitter
URFM4700
Transmitter
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The Ultrasonic 4700 Series transmitter is used for applications
15 psig and above. The Conductivity 4300 Series transmitter is
designed for steam pressures below 15 psig. In addition, each
series transmitter has two operating designs, constant pressure
and on/off. The constant pressure transmitter is used on steam
traps where steam is “on” at all times. The on/off transmitter should
be used in applications where steam pressure is not constant. An
example of an on/off application would be a batch process: steam
pressure is required when the process is running, and steam is
valved off when there is no batch being run. The purpose of the
on/off transmitter is to eliminate a false cold signal due to no steam
pressure. The on/off transmitter provides a connection allowing
the unit to be tied to a pressure or position switch that indicates
whether the system is pressurized.
Remote
RFC4300R
Transmitter
Conductivity
RFM4300
Transmitter
RFC4300R
Probe
RFC4300
Transmitter
With SteamEye and SteamStar®,
Energy Management Is Right at Your Desk
®
As we have seen, the SteamEye® system is your window into the inner workings of your steam trap population. You can also use the
SteamStar® platform for data management. As a result, you can build a remarkably versatile database of trap operating history.
Screen shot of SteamEye®.
Screen shot of SteamStar® event
history.
Screen shot of SteamStar® survey
page.
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SteamEye Series 4000
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Physical Data and Material Specification
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Illustration
Transmitter
®
Application
Battery
Operating
Frequency
Trans.
Trans.
Bandwidth Power
Operating
Temperature
Range
(Ambient)
Cable
Approximate
Dimensions
Hazardous
Locations
Certifications
URFC 4700
Constant
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
7” x 3” dia.
(17.8 x 7.6 cm) dia.
Class I, Groups C, D
Class II, Groups F, G
Class III, Div. 1, 2
URFM 4700
Modulating
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
6.5 ft.
(2 m)
7” x 3” dia.
(17.8 x 7.6 cm) dia.
Class I, Groups C, D
Class II, Groups F, G
Class III, Div. 1, 2
16.4 ft.
(5 m)
Transmitter
3.5” x 4.5” x 2.25”
(6.4 x 13.7 x 5.7 cm)
Probe
7” x 3” dia.
(17.8 x 7.6 cm) dia.
—
Series 4700
Series 3000
Series 3000
Intrinsically Safe SteamEye for use in Hazardous
Locations. Warning: Substitution of any components
may impair intrinsic safety. Use only Duracell Lithium
Battery with one cell 3V nominal voltage Part No. DL123A.
Warning: To prevent ignition of flammable or combustible
atmosphere, read, understand and adhere to the manufacturer’s
live maintenance procedures. Ambient Temperature Rating 65°C.
URFC 4700R
Remote
Constant
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
Transmitter
-40°F to 140°F
60 mW (-40°C to 60°C)
Probe
180°F (82°C)
RFC 4300
Constant
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C - 60°C)
—
5.5” x 4.5” x 2.6”
(14 x 11.4 x 6.6 cm)
—
RFM 4300
Modulating
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C - 60°C)
6.5 ft.
(2 m)
5.5” x 4.5” x 2.6”
(14 x 11.4 x 6.6 cm)
—
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C - 60°C)
Probe
250°F (121°C)
Transmitter
6.3” x 3.2” x 2.2”
50 ft.
(16 x 8 x 5.5 cm)
(15.24 m)
Probe
5” x 1.9” dia.
(12.7 x 4.8 cm) dia.
—
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C - 60°C)
Probe
250°F (121°C)
Probe
Transmitter
50 ft
6.3” x 3.2” x 2.2”
(15.24 m) (16 x 8 x 5.5 cm)
Switch
Probe
6.5 ft.
5” x 1.9” dia.
(2 m)
(12.7 x 4.8 cm) dia.
—
®
Series 4300
RFC 4300R
Remote
Series 3000
Liquid Level
Monitor
Constant
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
Series 3000
RFM 4300R
Remote
Modulating
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
Mounting Hardware
SteamEye Device
S
W
G
3
X
U = Ultrasonic, Blank = Conductivity
R
F
C
4
3
0
0
R
H
L
X
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200 kHz
Radio Frequency
C = Constant, M = Modulating, S = Switch
4000 Series
7 = Ultrasonic, 3 = Conductivity, 0 = Switch
Place Holders
R = Remote, - (Dash) = Place holder for expanded apps
SteamEye
WaveGuides
Pipe Size:
3 = 1/2" or 3/4" (15 - 20 mm)
4 = 1" (25 mm)
5 = 1-1/4" (32 mm)
6 = 1-1/2" (40 mm)
8 = 2" (50 mm)
10 = 2-1/2" (65 mm)
12 = 3" (80 mm)
Expanded Applications
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Physical Data and Material Specification
Illustration
Cable
Approximate
Dimensions
Hazardous
Locations
Certifications
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
7” x 3” dia.
(17.8 x 7.6 cm) dia.
Class I, Groups C, D
Class II, Groups F, G
Class III, Div. 1, 2
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
5.5” x 4.5” x 2.6”
(14 x 11.4 x 6.6 cm)
—
RFM4300-PTX Cycle Counter 123 Duracell 902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
5.5” x 4.5” x 2.6”
(14 x 11.4 x 6.6 cm)
—
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C - 60°C)
—
5.5” x 4.5” x 2.6”
(14 x 11.4 x 6.6 cm)
—
Transmitter
6.3” x 3.2” x 2.2”
(16 x 8 x 5.5 cm)
Probe
5” x 1.9” dia.
(12.7 x 4.8 cm) dia.
—
URFC4700-SRV
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
RFC4300-PTX
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
RFC4300-CLX
AC POWER
BACKUP POWER
FREQUENCY AGILE
DECODING
R E P EAT ER
TRANSMITTING
NOT ACTIVE
®
N/A
RFC4300RHLX
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
Transmitter
-40°F to 140°F
50 ft
60 mW (-40°C to 60°C)
(15.24m)
Probe
180°F (82°C)
RFS4000-TMP
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
—
—
RFS4000-UNV
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
60 mW
-40°F to 140°F
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
3.5” x 1.75” x 1”
(8.9 x 4.4 x 2.5 cm)
—
SK4000
N/A
123 Duracell
902-928 MHz
Li-ion
200 kHz
-40°F to 140°F
60 mW
(-40°C to 60°C)
—
Transmitter
7” x 3” dia.
(17.8 x 7.6 cm) dia.
(Transmitters) Class I,
Groups C, D
Class II, Groups F, G
Class III, Div. 1, 2
RP4000
N/A
32°F to 140°F
(-0°C to 60°C)
—
6.5” x 3.5” x 1”
(16.5 x 8.9 x 2.5 cm)
—
Series 4700
INOVONICS
Series 4000
Trans.
Trans.
Bandwidth Power
Application
DECODE
TRANSMIT
LOW BATT
POWER
120 VAC
902-928 MHz
200 kHz 250 mW
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Operating
Temperature
Range
(Ambient)
Battery
Operating
Frequency
Transmitter
Other System Components
SRV = Safety Relief Valve
PTX = Pump Trap
CLX = Coil
HLX = High Level
TMP = Temperature Switch
UNV = Universal Switch
Example Part Numbers:
SteamEye: URFC4700, RFM4300R
Mounting Hardware: SWG5, SWG3
H
S
2
0
0
HS = Heat Sink
IJ = Insulation Jacket
200 = Heat Sink (>200 psi saturated steam)*
600 = Heat Sink (>600 psi saturated steam)*
300 = Insulation Jacket (Conductivity)
700 = Insulation Jacket (Ultrasonic)
* Heat sinks are available for Ultrasonic style
transmitters only.
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SteamEye Series 4000
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Physical Data and Material Specification
Steam Trap Failure Alarms
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Figure 1
Armstrong SteamEye Gateway M
The Gateway M has several alarm options. The device can
communicate with an email server to page or email up to
three (3) people when critically monitored equipment fails in
either the open or closed position. The other alarm option
is provided by external alarm relay contacts. This options
allows for connection to a visual or audio alarm.
• Lighttpd
Product Overview
The Armstrong Gateway M runs on a Linux based Lighttpd
web server which collects data from up to 2000 wireless
SteamEye transmitters. The data is stored using a flash
memory drive. The unit requires 120v AC power supply,
is self contained, has no moving parts and is designed to
operate in industrial environments. Data is accessed using
a standard web browser with password authorization to the
device.
The SteamEye Gateway can be integrated with Armstrong’s
SteamStar™, a web based steam trap measurement platform, as part of a comprehensive Best Practices Steam Trap
Management Solution.
Integration and Security
The Gateway M can be configured on a LAN and will use
the data interface shown in Figure 2. The unit has a built
in security certificate signed by Armstrong but can accept a
user customized certificate. HTTP, Telenet and FTP ports
can be turned off for added device security; however, if
SteamStar communication is desired either the HTTP, or
HTTPS outbound ports must be open. The unit can also
be integrated with BAS or DCS systems using a built-in
ModBus RTU table.
Figure 2
Allowing Armstrong remote access to the web server is
recommended but not mandatory. Remote access is used
for administration purposes only and Armstrong is willing to
sign a confidentiality agreement when necessary. If remote
access is allowed, an internet accessible TCP/IP address or
a VPN assigned to the SteamEye device is required.
Product Specifications
Model
Armstrong SteamEye Gateway M
Operating System
Linux, AMD low power LX800 500MHz
fanless processor, 128MB RAM, 4GB
flash memory
Ethernet Interface
1 X 10/100mbps
Network Protocols
Supported
IPv4, IPv6, SMTP, FTP, Telnet,
SSH, HTTP, HTTPS
80 standard (redirected to 443)
Inbound TCP/IP ports:
23 (Telnet)
Embedded web server
21 (FTP)
Remote configuration
443 (HTTPS configurable)
Remote software upgrades
22 (SSH configurable)
Outbound TCP/IP ports:
For e-mail/pager/text
message notification
For SteamStar updates
RF Receiver
1 X Internal RF Receiver
1 X RS-232C External Receiver Port
Dimensions (H x W x D)
2-3/4” x 6-17/32” x 4-15/32”
(70 mm x 166 mm x 114 mm)
Weight
3.5 lb (1.6 kg)
Operating Temperature
Range
32°-140°F (0°-60°C)
Operating Humidity
BAS/DCS Connection
External Alarm Contacts
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25 (send mail to SMTP server)
443 or 80 (HTTP)
10% - 70% Relative humidity,
non-condensing
RS-232 or RS-485 (configurable)
ModBus RTU slave
Input voltage to relay 12-50 VDC
Normal Switch Capacity 1.5A @ 30 VDC
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SteamEye Monitoring Capabilities
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4700 Ultrasonic type steam trap monitors
Steam trap monitor for constant pressure
Steam trap monitor for on/off steam systems*
Steam trap remote monitoring
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4300 Conductivity monitors
Steam trap monitor for constant pressure
Steam trap monitor for on/off steam systems*
Steam trap remote monitoring
Safety Relief Valve Monitor
Coil Monitor
Liquid Level Monitor
Pump Trap Monitor
Universal Switch
Pressure Switch
*Pressure switch to be used on systems where steam may be
shut off. This will prevent false “Cold” alarms.
SRV Monitor
Coil Monitor
Condensate Pump Monitor
High Level Alarm
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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