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Installation and Operating Instructions
VPT Series - Form IO1-0202
DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE
The Moniteur Visual Indicator is a mechanical device that
graphically displays the angular displacement of a quarter
turn valve or any other device operating between 0 and 90
degrees. The Moniteur Indicator represents a true
indication of valve position. It is infinitely adjustable, and
delivers a 100% change of indication, displaying 90
degrees of rotation by utilizing an amplified mechanical
drive. Moniteur Valve Position Transmitters have
enclosures meeting the following requirements:
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of ignition of
hazardous atmospheres, disconnect the
device from the supply circuit before
opening. Keep assembly tightly closed
during operation.
Pollution Degree - "4"
Installation Category - "I”
Operating Temperature (deg. C) -40 to 80
Positioning- Moniteur Valve Position Transmitters can
be mounted in any position.
Sentinel - Nema 4, 4x - Watertight, Nema 7
Explosion-proof and Nema 9 Dust - Ignition-proof,
Class 1, Division 1 Groups C&D, Class I, Division 1
Groups E, F, & G, Class 1, Division 2 Groups A, B
(TTL switches and Inductive Sensors only)
Mounting Dimensions (for all switches)
STD
O
P
E
N
Sentinel II - Nema 4, 4x Watertight, Nema 7
Explosion-proof and Nema 9 Dust - Ignition-proof,
Class 1, Division 1 Groups A, B, C&D, Class II,
Division 1, Groups E, F, & G
NAMUR
LONG
NAMUR
A
0.249
0.156
0.156
B
0.53
0.62
1.25
Watchman / Watchman II / Survivor / Scout - Nema 4,
4x -Watertight
Survivor II - Nema 4, 4x - Watertight,
Series ‘
Q’
(FM) Install per drawing no. S2CF
Non-incendive Division 2 All Groups
Series ‘
R’
(CSA)
Division 2 All Groups
The Survivor II unit must be supplied by an SELV
source in accordance with C22.2 No. 1010.1 Annex H.
PART NUMBER SYSTEM
The series and part number are located
on the nameplate. The part number can
be deciphered in the table below.
Description
Code
Series
Sentinel
Sentinel-II
Watchman
Watchman-II
Survivor
Survivor-II (FM)
Survivor-II (CSA)
Scout
Indicateur
A
C
F
H
P
Q
R
V
I
Cover
With Moniteur
Flat Cover (No Moniteur)
M
F
Moniteur
No Indicator
Black / Yellow
3-Way Path O,T,F
4-Way Path S
180 degree “
T”
Green, Red, Blue / White
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100%
N
Y
O,T,F
S
1
G,R,B
A
C
P
Form IO1-0202
B
A
2.25
5/16-18 (4x)
SQ. BOLT PATTERN
A M Y B - 5 1
Series
Cover
Moniteur
Description
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless Steel
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
Long NAMUR 303 SS
Switch Type
Cherry 15A
SPDT Mechanical
Tungsten TTL 3A
SPDT Non-Contact
Prism Gold Plated 1A
SPDT Mechanical
ITW 10A
DPDT Mechanical
Rhodium TTL 1A
SPST Non-Contact
Krystal TTL 0.3A
SPDT Non-Contact
NEO-X 0.3A
NO Sensor
Bearing
Code
B
S
1
3
5
E
Shaft
Switch
2
0
Quantity
Conduit
Description
Rhodium TTL 1A
SPDT Non-Contact
Bifurcated TTL 3A
SPST Non-Contact
P&F NJ2-V3 NAMUR
Inductive Sensor
P&F NBB3-V3-Z4
Inductive Sensor
Switch Quantity
1
2
3
4
7
L
A
Code
T
B
8
K
1-6
Conduit (Watchman / Survivor)
0
(2) ½" F NPT
6
(3) ½" F NPT
8
(1) ½" F + (1) ½" M NPT
Conduit (Sentinel)
(2) ¾" F NPT
(3) ¾ " F
(2) ¾" F + (1) ½" F NPT
(1) ¾" F + (1) ½" M NPT
0
5
6
8
Output (add suffix to part number)
- 420
Current 4 - 20mA
- 1K
Resistive 0 - 1k Ω
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Installation and Operating Instructions
VPT Series
INSTALLATION - ADJUSTING THE VISUAL INDICATOR
1. Mount the valve position transmitter to the valve or actuator with the
correct mounting bracket.
Clear Cover
2. Determine the true valve position and compare the Moniteur's
Indication with the true valve position. If the Moniteur display is
synchronized, proceed to Step 12. If it is not, continue to Step 3.
3. Remove the clear Moniteur cover by turning it counter-clockwise to
disengage the detent and then lift it off. Determine the level of
adjustment that needs to be made. If only a small adjustment is
necessary (less than 20 degrees in either direction), proceed to step 4.
If a larger adjustment is required, such as 45, 90 or 135 degrees from
default, proceed to step 7.
4. Remove the Moniteur Visual Indicator by lifting it upward off the shaft
and the Infinite Adjusting Ring. Loosen screws B and C shown in fig.1
(do not remove screws). The Infinite adjusting ring should rotate freely
over the enclosure cover of the Valve Position Transmitter.
5. Return the Moniteur Indicator to the output shaft. As it slides down
along the shaft, be sure that the Moniteur Indicator's base engages
the Infinite Adjusting Ring on pins “
E”
. (fig.1)
Moniteur
RUETI N O M
MONITEUR
Screw “
B”
Screw “
C”
6. Rotate the Moniteur Indicator by applying a light rotational force to the
vertical vanes to synchronize it with the true valve position. Once
aligned, proceed to Step 9. If further adjustment is necessary, you will
need to continue with Step 7.
7. Remove the Moniteur Visual Indicator by lifting it upward off the shaft
and the Infinite Adjusting Ring. Remove screws B and C from the
Infinite Adjusting Ring. Rotate the setting ring and match the number on
the plastic ring with the number cast into the enclosure, according to
the following requirements:
90 - 90: as shipped from the factory - shipped as “
Open”
.
45 - 45: “
Open”
is 45 degrees CCW in travel from default.
135 - 135: “
Open”
is 45 degrees CW in travel from default.
180 - 180: “
Open”
is 90 degrees CW or CCW from default.
(This is the setting to switch default indication from
Open to Closed.)
Return screws B and C to their appropriate threaded holes,
but do not tighten them completely. Now return the Moniteur
Indicator to the output shaft. Be sure that the Indicator's
base engages the infinite adjusting ring on pins “
E”
. (fig.1)
Pin “
E”
45
081
Adjusting
Ring “
A”
Pin “
E”
8. Rotate the Moniteur Indicator by applying a light rotational
force to the vertical vanes to further synchronize the
Indicator with the true valve position.
9. Remove the Moniteur Indicator, being careful not to rotate
the Infinite Adjustment Ring. Hold Ring stationary and
tighten screws B and C.
10. Return the Moniteur Indicator being certain that both the output shaft and pins “
E”
of the Infinite Adjusting Ring are engaged.
11. Return the clear Moniteur cover by inserting it into the breach lock on the
enclosure cover and turning it Clock-wise until the unit engages the detent.
Fig. 1
12. Cycle the valve to the opposite extremity. If the Moniteur Indicator is displaying the
correct valve position, installation is complete. If not, it is probably because the
actuator is not moving exactly 90 degrees. Adjust the stroke of the actuator so that
it is rotating 90 degrees and the Moniteur Indicator will indicate the correct valve
position. Installation is now complete.
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VPT Series
WARNING: To prevent the possibility of personal injury or property damage, turn off electrical power
before inspection, adjustment, or removal of the valve position transmitter.
INSTALLATION - SETTING MECHANICAL SWITCHES (Switch Types 1, 3 and 4)
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the
housing and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
switches will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Rotate the cam in the direction of shaft rotation until the cam engages
the switch and closes the normally open contact for SPDT and DPDT switches.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the switches are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them in
stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
INSTALLATION - SETTING TTL MAGNETIC SWITCHES (Switch Types 2, T and B)
NOTE: To properly set switches, an ohm meter or equivalent devices will be required.
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the housing
and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
switches will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Using the arrow only as a guide, rotate the cam in the direction of shaft
rotation until the circle on the cam and the arrow on the switch are aligned with
each other. IMPORTANT - To be sure the normally open contact is now closed,
you must use an ohm meter or equivalent device to check the setting.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the switches are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them
in stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
INSTALLATION - SETTING INDUCTIVE SENSORS (Switch Types 8, K and M)
NOTE: To properly set sensors, an appropriate sensor tester will be required.
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the housing
and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
sensors will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Using the target area only as a guide, rotate the cam in the direction of
shaft rotation until the pin on the cam and the target area on the sensor are aligned
with each other. If the sensor has an LED, it should light now. IMPORTANT - To be
sure the sensor is now actuated you must use an appropriate sensor tester.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the sensors are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them in
stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
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VPT Series
CAUTION: Always check that the electrical load is within the range stated on the nameplate. Failure to
adhere to the ratings may result in damage to or premature failure of the electrical switches or sensors.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Code
1
3
4
Code
2
E
7
T
L
B
Code
8
K
M
A
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Form
Cherry - SPDT
Prism Gold Plated - SPDT
ITW - DPDT
15A - 250V
1A - 120V
10A - 250V
2.5A - 24V
1A - 24V
7A - 24V
C
C
CC
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Form
Tungsten TTL - SPDT
Tungsten TTL HV - SPDT
Rhodium TTL - SPST
Rhodium TTL - SPDT
Krystal TTL - SPDT
Bifurcated TTL - SPST
3A - 120V
0.4A - 240V
1A - 120V
1A - 120V
0.3A - 120V
3A - 120V
2A - 24V
0.4A - 240 V
1A - 24V
1A - 24V
0.3A - 24V
2A - 24V
C
C
A
C
C
A
Supply
Voltage
Load Current /
Target Absent
Load Current /
Target Present
Operation
5-25 VDC
5-60 VDC
5-25 VDC
10-250 VAC/VDC
< 1 mA
< 0.7 mA
< 1 mA
< 1 mA
3 - 15 mA
4 - 100 mA
3 - 15 mA
3 - 300 mA
NAMUR
PNP
NAMUR
NO
Sensor
P & F NJ2-V3
P & F NBB3-V3-Z4
Moniteur NAMUR
Moniteur NEO-X
Note: In Survivor II enclosures, Voltage and Current Ratings are lower, see Nameplate for appropriate ratings.
WARNING: All Inductive Sensors must be connected with the appropriate PLC, microprocessor or
relay load. Otherwise, damage can result to the sensors. Check the sensor installation sheet in the box.
WIRING OF VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening
the screws. Holding the housing and cover
assembly together, lift the cover from the housing.
2. Follow the wiring diagram located inside the cover
of the VPT. Be sure to secure all the appropriate
connections including the ground. The diagram at
left relates the wiring diagram to the terminal block.
3. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To
ensure that the shaft alignment mechanism
functions properly, bring all of the screws in contact
with the cover and then tighten them in stages
moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TERMINAL BLOCK AND WIRING DIAGRAM
WARNING (FOR ENCLOSURE TYPES 4, 4x, 7 and 9 ONLY): To prevent fire or explosion, use only with
a seal fitting within 18 inches of the position transmitter enclosure.
CLEANING VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER
If desired, use a damp rag or cloth to clean the outside of the position transmitter. No routine cleaning or
maintenance is required for reliable, long term operation of the device.
WARNING: If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
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