SMV3000 spec

SMV3000 spec
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SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Flow Transmitter
Measurements and Calculations:
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Differential Pressure
Specification and
Model Selection
Guide
Absolute or Gauge Pressure
Process Temperature via 100 ohm Pt. RTD or Type J,K,T or E Thermocouple
Mass or Volumetric Flow Rate of Air, Gases, Steam or Liquids
Key Features
•
Unique single capsule sensor
design provides highly
accurate measurements of
differential pressure, absolute
or gauge pressure and meter
body temperature.
•
3 process measurements (DP,
SP and Temp.) and a flow
calculation from one
transmitter.
•
Flexible Electronics design
allows RTD or Thermocouple
Input with standard wiring.
•
“Smart” features include
remote communication,
calibration, configuration and
diagnostics.
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Flexible software allows flow
calculation for liquids, gases
and steam.
Performs dynamic mass and
volume flowrate compensation
for Orifice meters and Laminar
Flow Elements for highest
accuracy.
Figure 1 —SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Flow Transmitter with SCT
3000 Smart Configuration Toolkit. The SMV 3000 measures differential
pressure, static pressure and process temperature, and dynamically
calculates mass or volumetric flow rate based on these measurements.
SCT 3000 ordered separately under Specification 34-CT-03-02
•
Standard compensation
supports other primary flow
elements:
- Venturi
- Nozzle
- Averaging Pitot Tube
•
Digital integration with
Honeywell control systems
provides local measurement
accuracy to the system level
without adding typical A/D and
D/A converter errors.
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Honeywell Process Solutions, 2500 W. Union Hills Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85027
Printed in U.S.A.. © Copyright 1997 — Honeywell Inc.
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SMV 3000 Sensor and Flow Transmitter Functions
Honeywell’s SMV 3000 Smart
Multivariable Flow Transmitter
extends our proven “smart”
technology to the measurement
of three separate process
variables simultaneously with the
ability to calculate compensated
mass or volume flow rate as a
fourth process variable according
to industry standard methods for
air, gases, steam and liquids. It
measures differential pressure
and absolute or gauge pressure
from a single sensor and
temperature from a standard 100ohm Resistance Temperature
Detector (RTD) or thermocouple
type E, J, K, or T input signals.
The SMV 3000’s flow calculation
may include compensation of
pressure and/or temperature as
well as more complex variables
such as viscosity, discharge
coefficient, thermal expansion
factor, velocity of approach factor
and gas expansion factor.
Proven Pressure Sensor
Technology with
characterization
The SMV 3000 utilizes proven
Piezoresistive sensor technology
and has an ion-implanted silicon
chip hermetically sealed in its
meter body. This single
piezoresistive capsule actually
contains three sensors in one; a
differential pressure sensor, an
absolute or gauge pressure
sensor, and a meter body
temperature sensor. Process
pressure applied to the
transmitter’s diaphragm transfers
through the fill fluid to the sensor.
Voltage bridge circuits on the chip
measures the differential and
static pressures while a resistor in
a voltage divider measures the
temperature. These three input
signals from the sensor coupled
with the characterization data
stored in the transmitter EPROM
are then used by the
microprocessor to calculate
highly accurate pressure and
temperature compensated values
for the differential pressure and
static pressure measurements.
In this way, the SMV 3000 can
provide an output signal that is
stable and fully compensated for
changes in process pressure and
ambient temperature over a very
wide range. Microprocessorbased electronics coupled with
the sensor characterization
provide higher span-turndown
ratio, improved temperature and
pressure compensation, and
improved accuracy.
Process Temperature
Measurement and
Compensation
Similar to the differential and
static pressure measurements,
the SMV 3000’s temperature
electronics are characterized for
ambient temperature changes so
that the resistance or millivolt
input from a Pt. 100 Ohm RTD or
Type J, K, T or E Thermocouple
is compensated for ambient
temperature effects and therefore
can be reported as the most
accurate temperature possible.
The SMV 3000’s flexibility allows
the connection of either a
standard 2, 3 or 4 wire 100 ohm
RTD or a Type J, K, T or E
thermocouple without special
installation consideration. RTDs,
thermocouples and thermowells
can be ordered from Honeywell
under this specification. See
pages 18 and 19.
Mass Flow Measurements for
Steam, Air, Gas or Liquid
The SMV 3000 includes flow
equations for steam, air, gas and
liquids so that one model is all
you need in your plant. The
mass flow equation with dynamic
compensation (Equation 1) is
based on the ASME MFC-3M1989 standard for orifice meters.
Equation 1:
Qm = NCEvY1d2
hw ρ f
Where,
Qm = mass flowrate
N = units conversion factor
C = discharge coefficient
Y1 - gas expansion factor
Ev = velocity of approach factor
ρf = density at flowing conditions
hw = differential pressure
d = bore diameter
SMV 3000 Flow Compensation
Most differential pressure
transmitters utilized in steam, gas
and liquid flow applications today
measure the differential pressure
across a primary flow element
and report it to a DCS, PLC or
flow computer for flow calculation.
Most often, the calculation inside
assumes that the density of the
fluid is constant per the following
equation.
Qv
=K
hw
ρ
Where,
Qv = volumetric flowrate
hw = differential pressure
K = flow factor
ρ = flowing density
In other applications, one will take
the equation a step further and
compensate for changes in
pressure and temperature using
additional pressure and
temperature transmitters. For
example, if a gas is being
measured, the following volumetric
flow equation based on multiple
transmitters - the “Old” approach applies (Figure 2). Or, in the case
of Mass flowrate,
Qm = K h w
P
T
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The “Old” Flow Approach
Flow Computer or DCS
Qv = k
hw x T
P
FIC
PT
PT
DP
Pressure
On the other hand, if you have a
more demanding flow application
utilizing an orifice plate or laminar
flow element that requires high
accuracy at larger flow
turndowns, choose the more
complex mass or volumetric flow
equation and compensate for
density as well as other variables
such as viscosity, discharge
coefficient, gas expansion factor,
velocity of approach factor and
thermal expansion factor.
Description of Flow
Variables for Dynamic Flow
Compensation
Temp.
Figure 2 —Flow Compensation Using the “Old” Approach
Today, the three key
measurements (differential
pressure, static pressure and
process temperature) and the flow
calculation can be made with one
multivariable transmitter. So,
whether you just want to
compensate for density or use full
dynamic flow compensation,
consider the SMV 3000 and the
“Enhanced” flow approach (Figure
3). Unlike most DP transmitters,
the SMV 3000 with dynamic
compensation can correct flow
errors due to the K factor. Per
Equation 1, the K factor is not a
constant and can vary:
k = NCEvY1d
2
Dynamic flow compensation is the
process of measuring the required
variables (differential pressure,
static pressure and temperature)
and using these variables to
perform real time, calculations of
variables such as density,
viscosity, Reynolds number,
discharge coefficient, thermal
expansion factor and gas
expansion factor - all which can
effect the accuracy of your mass
flow measurement.
Discharge Coefficient
Discharge coefficient is defined as
the true flowrate divided by the
With the SMV 3000, you have the
theoretical flowrate and corrects
flexibility to choose which variables the theoretical equation for the
you need to compensate. For
influence of velocity profile
(Reynolds number), the
example, the transmitter can be
assumption of no energy loss
easily configured to compensate
between taps, and pressure tap
for density only and calculate
flowrate via a standard equation. If location. It is dependent on the
you have a liquid, steam or gas
primary flow element, the β ratio
application with small flow
and the Reynolds number.
turndown requirements, choose the Reynolds number is in turn
easy, standard equation and in
dependent on the viscosity,
minutes your mass or volumetric
density and velocity of the fluid as
flowrate is compensated for density well as the pipe diameter per the
changes.
following
The “Enhanced” Flow Approach
Dynamic compensation of
Flow inside SMV 3000
Qm=NCEvYd2 hwρ
1
SMV 3000
Transmitter
Control done in DCS, PLC
or Single Loop Controller
FIC
PT
Temp.
Figure 3 —Flow Compensation Using the “Enhanced” Approach
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equation:
Re =
vDρ
υ
β = d/D
D = 1 + αp(Tf - 68)Dref
d = 1 + αpe(Tf - 68)dref
where,
ν = velocity
D = inside pipe diameter
ρ = fluid density
µ = fluid viscosity
The SMV 3000 can be configured
to dynamically compensate for
discharge coefficient.
This method follows the standard
Stoltz equation for orifice, Venturi
and nozzle primary elements to
predict discharge coefficient for
flowrate in the turbulent regime Re > 4000.
C = C∞ +
b
Re n
where,
β = beta ratio
D = pipe diameter
d = bore diameter
Dref = pipe diameter at design
temperature
dref = bore diameter at design
temperature
αp = Thermal Expansion Coef.
of pipe
αpe = Thermal Expansion Coef.
of bore
Tf = flowing temperature
As an example, a fluid at 600
degrees F could cause as much
as 1% error in flow measurement
using 300 series stainless steel
materials.
Where,
C∞ = Discharge coefficient at
infinite Re #
b = function of primary element
Re = Reynolds number
n = depends on the primary
element
Dynamically compensating for
discharge coefficient allows the
SMV 3000 to obtain better flow
accuracy at higher turndowns for
orifice, Venturi and nozzles.
Thermal Expansion Factor
The material of the process pipe
and primary flow element expands
or contracts with changes in
temperature of the fluid being
measured. When a primary flow
element, such as an orifice, is
sized, the flowrate is calculated
based on the Beta ratio (d/D) at 68
degrees F. The SMV 3000, using
the thermal expansion coefficients
which are dependent of the
material of the pipe and flow
element, calculates the change in
Beta ratio per the following
equations:
Gas Expansion Factor
The gas expansion factor corrects
for density differences between
pressure taps due to expansion of
compressible fluids. It does not
apply for liquids which are
essentially non-compressible and
approaches unity when there are
small differential pressures for gas
and steam measurements. The
gas expansion factor is dependent
on the Beta ratio, the Isentropic
exponent, the differential pressure
and the static pressure of the fluid
per the following equation:
Υ1 = 1 - (0.41 + 0.35β4)X1/k
where,
β = beta ratio
X1 = hw /P
k = isentropic exp. (ratio of
specific heats)
The SMV 3000 dynamically
compensates for gas expansion
effects and provides better mass
flow accuracy, especially for low
static pressure applications.
Velocity of Approach Factor
Ev is dependent on the Beta ratio
as defined by the following
equation:
Ev = 1/
1- Β4
In turn, Beta ratio is dependent on
the bore diameter and pipe
diameter which are functions of
temperature. The SMV 3000
compensates dynamically for
velocity of approach factor by
calculating the true Beta ratio at
flowing temperature. This ensures
high flowrate accuracy at low and
high temperature applications.
Density and Viscosity of Fluids
Density directly effects the flowrate
calculation as well as the
discharge coefficient due to
changes in the Reynolds number.
The SMV 3000 can be configured
to compensate for density of fluids
due to changes in the temperature
and/or pressure per the following:
• Gases as a function of P and
T per the Gas Law Equations.
• Steam as function of P and T
based on the ASME Tables.
• Liquids as a function of T per a
5th Order Polynomial.
ρ = d1 + d2TF + d3TF2 + d4TF3 + d5TF4
Changes in the viscosity of a fluid
due to changes in temperature can
also effect the Reynolds number
and therefore discharge
coefficient. The SMV 3000 can
compensate the viscosity of liquids
based on the following 5th order
polynomial equation:
µ = v1 + v2TF + v3TF2 + v4TF3 + v5TF4
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Support of Proprietary Flow Elements
The SMV 3000 with dynamic flow
compensation supports orifice
meters and the Meriam Laminar
Flow Elements. The SMV 3000
with density compensation supports
other flow elements such as
Venturi meters, nozzles, averaging
pitot tubes.
Averaging Pitot Tubes
Averaging pitot tubes are a low
differential pressure, insertion type
flow element and can be used in
clean steam, air, gas and liquid
applications. Since averaging pitot
tubes are insertion type elements,
they have lower installation costs
than many other primary flow
elements. The SMV 3000 can be
configured to compensate for
density and calculate flowrate for
liquids, gases and steam utilizing
averaging pitot tubes (Figure 4).
Meriam Laminar Flow Element
Laminar Flow Elements (Figure 5)
are gas volume rate of flow
differential producers operating on
capillary flow principles and are
similar to averaging pitot tubes in
that they are low differential
pressure producers. They are
applicable over wider flow ranges
than conventional types of
primary flow elements and are
ideally suited for measurements
of combustion air and gases such
as argon, helium and nitrogen.
Laminar Flow Elements behave
according to the following flow
formulas and can be configured
for standard volumetric flowrate:
Qv = (B x hw + C x hw2) • (µs/µw) •
(Ts/Tf) • (Pf/Ps) • (ρw/ρd)
Where,
Qv = standard volumetric flowrate
B & C = calibration constants
hw = differential pressure
µs = standard viscosity
Tf = flowing temperature
Pf = flowing pressure
ρw = wet air density
ρd = dry air density
And for mass flowrate:
Where,
Q m = Qv • ρ
Qm = standard volumetric flowrate
ρ = density at standard conditions
The relationship between
flowrate and differential pressure
can be determined two ways.
The first method uses a 6th
order polynomial equation that
custom fits the flow element.
The second method is an nsegment fit (maximum n = 5)
between flow and differential
pressure which also custom fits
the flow element.
Figure 4 —SMV 3000 with
Averaging Pitot Tube
Figure 5 —SMV 3000 with Meriam
Laminar Flow Elements
The SMV 3000 can use either one
of these methods as well as
compensate for density and
viscosity to increase the accuracy
of the flow measurement for the
Laminar Flow Element over
greater flow turndowns.
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Other Multivariable Applications
Most multivariable transmitters are
used in flow applications.
However, there are other
applications which require that
multiple process variables (DP, AP
and T) be transmitted to a control
system - DCS or PLC. It is in the
control system where a calculation
such as compensated level for
liquid level applications or complex
calculations to infer composition in
distillation columns are performed.
A SMV 3000 in these applications
can save substantial wiring,
installation and purchase costs
versus 2 or 3 separate singlevariable transmitters. Whether
integrating digitally to a TDC/TPS
3000 Control System or providing
4 analog 1-5 V outputs to a PLC or
DCS via the MVA Multivariable
Analog Card, the SMV 3000 is
very cost effective in multivariable
applications.
Smart Configuration Flexibility
Like other Smartline Transmitters,
the SMV 3000 features two-way
communication between the
operator and the transmitter via the
SCT 3000 Smart Configuration
Toolkit or SFC - Smart Field
Communicator. You connect the
SFC or SCT anywhere that you can
access the transmitter signal lines.
Communicators provide the
capabilities of transmitter
adjustments and diagnostics from
remote locations, such as the
control room. The SFC and SCT
support other Smartline Instruments
too: ST 3000, STT 3000 and
MagneW Plus.
The SCT 3000 has an advantage
over the SFC in that it can also be
used to configure the complete
SMV 3000 database and save this
database for later access. The
SCT 3000 is a software package
which runs on an IBM compatible
computer utilizing the Windows 95,
Windows 98 or Windows NT
platforms. The SCT 3000 must be
used to configure the advanced
flow parameters for the SMV 3000.
Smart Field Communicator
Smart Technology Delivers Broad Benefits and Reduces Total Cost of Ownership
The SMV 3000 combines
integrated sensor and
microprocessor technologies as
well as dynamic flow
compensation to produce the most
accurate and consistent
measurement possible, and is
based on ST 3000 technology
which is the most reliable in the
industry. These features help
improve product yield, increase
process efficiency and enhance
plant safety.
In addition to the advantages of
superior accuracy and reliability,
the SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable
Flow Transmitter significantly
lowers your lifetime cost of
ownership in several ways:
•
Installation - Wiring cost
savings are achieved, as well
as reduced costs of piping,
manifolds, mounting, safety
barriers, etc., with the SMV
•
3000 due to its unique ability
•
tomeasure both differential and
static pressure with a single
sensor, and Process
Temperature with an external
RTD or thermocouple.
By dynamically calculating the
compensated mass flow, the
SMV 3000 totally eliminates
the need for a dedicated flow
computer, or it can free your
control system from performing
this function.
Commissioning - The Handheld SFC III Smart Field
Communicator or SCT 3000
Smart Configuration Toolkit
lets a single technician
•
remotely configure SMV 3000
Smart Multivariable Flow
Transmitters and re-range
them when application
requirements change. The
SCT must be used to
configure the advanced flow
parameters.
Maintenance - The SMV 3000
offers greater accuracy and
stability, reducing the
frequency of calibration. Selfdiagnostics can automatically
indicate impending problems
before they affect reliability or
accuracy. Also, a single
technician can diagnose
problems remotely, using the
SFC, SCT 3000 or TPS Global
User Station, saving time and
reducing cost. The SMV
3000 also provides improved
reliability with a single device
replacing up to three
transmitters.
Inventory stocking Enhanced reliability, combined
with the high turndown
capability of the SMV 3000,
reduces the quantity of
instruments needed to stock
as backups for the installed
transmitters.
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Digital Integration Links the SMV 3000 to TDC/TPS 3000 for
Greater Process Efficiency
Digital Integration combines the
functions of TDC/TPS 3000
system with the strengths of the
SMV 3000 to help achieve
maximum productivity, by
providing:
• Database security and
integrity - PV Status
transmission precedes the PV
value, guaranteeing that a bad
PV is not used in a control
algorithm.
• Bidirectional
communication and a
common database for the
system and the transmitter Data upload and download
capability lowers transmitter
installation costs.
• Single-window diagnostics
for the transmitter
(electronics and meter body)
and loop - Remote
troubleshooting reduces
maintenance effort and
expedites repairs.
• Automatic historization of
all transmitter parameter
changes - System
maintenance log automatically
provides audit trail of changes.
• Enhanced accuracy Elimination of D/A and A/D
converters improves
measurement accuracy.
MVA Provides Integration
with Analog Systems
Digital Integration of the SMV 3000
Smart Multivariable Flow
Transmitter with TDC/TPS 3000
allows you to combine advanced
transmitter technology with our
state-of-the-art, processconnected controllers - the
Process Manager, Advanced
Process Manager and High
Performance Process Manager.
The MultiVariable Analog (MVA)
interface in Figure 6 provides a
cost effective way to interface with
analog instrumentation while
utilizing all the advantages of
Honeywell’s digitally enhanced
(DE) communications.
The MVA is fully compatible with
all Honeywell Smartline™
transmitters. This includes the
SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable
Digital Integration of the SMV 3000 Transmitter, ST 3000 Smart
Pressure Transmitters, STT 3000
Smart Multivariable Flow
Smart Temperature Transmitter
Transmitter with TDC/TPS 3000
and MagneW 3000 Plus Smart
improves the integrity of the
Flowmeter. The MVA also works
process data measurements,
in conjunction with any of
letting you monitor process
Honeywell’s DE control system
variability with greater accuracy.
interfaces (STDC, STI-MV). In
Accurate and more reliable data
addition, Honeywell’s handheld
lets you implement advanced
communicators, SFC III and SCT
control strategies, providing
3000, may be used with no
greater bottom-line profits.
disturbances to the analog outputs
or device status. MVA accepts the
digital DE signal from any
Smartline™ transmitter and
outputs analog signals. Digitally
integrated to the SMV 3000, the
MVA can provide up to 4 analog 15 Volt outputs for differential
pressure, static pressure,
temperature and compensated
flowrate. This provides an
economical means of integrating
SMV 3000 in analog applications
when all process variables are
required.
Figure 6 —MultiVariable Analog
Interface
MVA141 Ordered Separately under Spec.
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SMV 3000 Specifications
Operating Conditions
Parameter
Reference
Condition
Rated
Condition
Operative
Limits
Transportation
and Storage
Ambient Temperature
°C
°F
25 ±1
77 ±2
–40 to 85
–40 to 185
–40 to 93
–40 to 200
–55 to 125
–67 to 257
Meter Body Temperature
°C
°F
25 ±1
77 ±2
–40 to 110 *
–40 to 230 *
–40 to 125 *
–40 to 257 *
–55 to 125
–67 to 257
10 to 55
0 to 100
0 to 100
0 to 100
Atmospheric
Atmospheric
25
13
2 (short term†)
1 (short term†)
Humidity
%RH
Vacuum Region - Minimum Pressure
mmHg absolute
inH2O absolute
Supply Voltage, Current, and Load
Resistance
Voltage Range: 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals
Current Range: 3.0 to 20.8 mA
Load Resistance: 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 7).
SMA110 = 100 psi, 7 bar **
Maximum Allowable Working
Pressure (MAWP)
SMA125 = 750 psi, 52 bar **
(ST 3000 products are rated to Maximum
Allowable Working Pressure. MAWP depends
on Approval Agency and transmitter materials of
construction.)
SMG170 = 3000 psi, 210 bar **
Static Pressure Limit = Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP) =
Overpressure Limit
* For CTFE fill fluid, the rating is –15 to 110°C (5 to 230°F).
† Short term equals 2 hours at 70°C (158°F).
** Consult factory for MAWP of transmitters that require CSA approval (CRN)
1440
1200
Loop
Resistance
(ohms)
= Operating
Area
NOTE: A minimum of 250
0hms of loop resistance is
necessary to support
communications. Loop
resistance equals barrier
resistance plus wire
resistance plus receiver
resistance. Also 45 volt
operation is permitted if
not an intrinsically safe
installation.
800
650
450
250
0
10.8 16.28 20.63 25 28.3
37.0
Operating Voltage (Vdc)
42.4
21012
Figure 7 —Supply Voltage and Loop Resistance Chart.
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SMV 3000 Specifications, continued
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Differential Pressure Measurement - SMA110
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
± 25 inH2O (62.5 mbar) at 39.2 °F (4 °C) standard reference temperature for
inches of water measurement range.
Turndown Ratio
25 to 1
Minimum Span
±1.0 inH2O (2.5 mbar)
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) with ±100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.125% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), accuracy equals:
10 inH2O
±0.025 ± 0.1  span inH O or ±0.025 ± 0.1
2 

25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.1% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), accuracy equals:
10 inH2O
± 0. 1  span inH O or ± 0. 1
2 

Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.525% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
±0.025 ± 0.50  span inH O or ±0.025 ±0.50
2 

25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.5% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
±0.50  span inH O or ±0.50
2 

Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.675% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
±0.175 ± 0.50  span inH O or ±0.175 ±0.50
2 

25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0. 625% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
±0.125 ± 0.50  span inH O or ±0.125 ±0.50
2 

25 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±1.0% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable for 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
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SMV 3000 Specifications, continued
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Differential Pressure Measurement - SMA125
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
±400 inH2O (1000 mbar) at 39.2 °F (4 °C) standard reference temperature for
inches of water measurement range.
Turndown Ratio
±400 to 1
Minimum Span
±1 inH2O (2.5 mbar)
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) with ±100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
25 inH2O
±0.025 ± 0.075  span inH O or ±0.025 ± 0.075
2 

62 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
25 inH2O
±0.0125 ± 0.0625  span inH O or ±0.0125 ± 0.0625
2 

span.
Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
62 mbar
( span
mbar) in %
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.0125 ± 0.10  span inH O or ±0.0125 ±0.10
2 

125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.10  span inH O or ±0.10
2 

Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.2625% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.1625 ± 0.10  span inH O or ±0.1625 ±0.10
2 

125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.125 ± 0.10  span inH O or ±0.125 ±0.10
2 

Zero Static Pressure Effect per 1000
psi (70 bar)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span
±0.24% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.05 ± 0.19  span inH O or ±0.05 ± 0.19
2 

125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
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Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70 bar)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
±0.1.04% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
±0.85 ± 0.19  span inH O or ±0.85 ± 0.19
2 

125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±0.0625% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable for 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Differential Pressure Measurement - SMG170
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
400 inH2O (1000 mbar) at 39.2 °F (4 °C) standard reference temperature for
inches of water measurement range.
Turndown Ratio
400 to 1
Minimum Span
1 inH2O (2.5 mbar)
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) with ±100% URL. Specifications valid from –5
to +100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), accuracy equals:
50 inH2O
±0.025 ± 0.075  span inH O or ±0.025 ± 0.075
2 

125 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), accuracy equals:
50 inH2O
±0.0125 ± 0.0625  span inH O or ±0.0125 ± 0.0625
2 

span.
Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
125 mbar
( span
mbar) in %
In Analog Mode: ±0.1375% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.0125 ± 0.125  span inH O or ±0.0125 ±0.125
2 

250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.125% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.125 span inH O or ±0.125
2 

250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
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Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
In Analog Mode: ±0.35% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.225 ± 0.125  span inH O or ±0.225 ±0.125
2 

250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.325% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.20 ± 0.125  span inH O or ±0.20 ±0.125
2 

Zero Static Pressure Effect per 1000
psi (68 bar)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (68 bar)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
±0.15% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.025 ± 0.125  span inH O or ±0.025 ± 0.125
2 

250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
±0.35% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (100 inH2O), effect equals:
100 inH2O
±0.225 ± 0.125  span inH O or ±0.225 ± 0.125
2 

Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±0.0625% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable for 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
250 mbar
( span
mbar) in % span.
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Absolute Pressure Measurement - SMA110
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit (URL)
100 psia (7 bara)
Turndown Ratio
20 to 1
Minimum Span
5 psia (.35 bara)
Zero Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) from absolute zero to 100% URL.
Specifications valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.025 ± 0.075
20 psi
1.4 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.025 ± 0.075 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.0125 ± 0.0625
20 psi
1.4 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.0125 ± 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span.
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Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
In Analog Mode: ±0.125% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.025 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.025 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.10
Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.2625% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.1625 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.1625 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.125 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.125 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±0.125% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Absolute Pressure Measurement - SMA125
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit (URL)
750 psia (52 bara)
Turndown Ratio
150 to 1
Minimum Span
5 psia (0.3 bara)
Zero Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) from absolute zero to 100% URL.
Specifications valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.025 ± 0.075
20 psi
1.4 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.025 ± 0.075 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.0125 ± 0.0625
20 psi
1.4 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.0125 ± 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span.
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Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.0125 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.0125 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.10
Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.2625% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
±0.1625 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.1625 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of calibrated span.
±0.125 ± 0.10
50 psi
3.5 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.125 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±0.016% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Gauge Pressure Measurement - SMG170
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit (URL)
3000 psig (210 barg)
Turndown Ratio
50 to 1
Minimum Span
60 psig (1.04 barg)
Zero Suppression
No limit (except minimum span) from absolute zero to 100% URL.
Specifications valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes combined effects of linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater - Terminal based.
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.025 ± 0.075
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.025 ± 0.075 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV),
whichever is greater, - Terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
±0.0125 ± 0.0625
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.0125 ± 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span.
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Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), effect equals:
±0.0125 ± 0.10
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.0125 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), effect equals:
±0.10
Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect per 28°C (50°F)
• Applies for model with Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragms
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Analog Mode: ±0.25% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), effect equals:
±0.15 ± 0.10
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.15 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of calibrated span.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), effect equals:
±0.125 ± 0.10
300 psi
21 bar
( span
psi) or ±0.125 ± 0.10 ( span bar) in % span.
Stability (At Reference Conditions)
±0.025% of URL per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
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SMV 3000 Specifications, continued
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Process Temperature Measurement
Probe Type
Digital
Accuracy
(Ref.)*
Rated Range Limits
Operative Range Limits
Standards
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
°F
±0.6
±1.0
–200 to 450
–328 to 842
–200 to 850
–328 to 1562
DIN 43760
E
±1.0
±1.8
0 to 1000
32 to 1832
–200 to 1000
–328 to 1832
IEC584.1
J
±1.0
±1.8
0 to 1200
32 to 2192
–200 to 1200
–328 to 2192
IEC584.1
K
±1.0
±1.8
–100 to 1250
–148 to 2282
–200 to 1370
–328 to 2498
IEC584.1
T
±1.0
±1.8
–100 to 400
–148 to 752
–250 to 400
–418 to 752
IEC584.1
RTD
Platinum 100ohm
Thermocouple
*Add ±0.025% of calibrated span for transmitter operating in analog mode.
Parameter
Description
Adjustment Range
Select zero and span output for any input from 0% to +100% of the upper
range limit (operative limit) shown above for each probe type. Specifications
only apply to rated limit.
Output D/A Accuracy
±0.025% of span.
Minimum Span
±10°C
Total Reference Accuracy
In Analog Mode
=
Digital Accuracy + Output D/A Accuracy
• Accuracy includes residual error after
averaging successive readings.
In Digital Mode
=
Digital Accuracy
Combined Zero and Span Temperature
Effect
In Digital Mode:
RTD
Thermocouple
= None
≤ ±0.10% of input mV per 28°C (50°F) ±CJ Rejection
In Analog Mode:
Add ±0.15% of calibrated span to calculation for digital mode above.
Cold Junction Rejection
40 to 1
Thermocouple Burnout
Burnout (open lead) detection is user selectable: ON = upscale or downscale
failsafe action with critical status message for any open lead.
Drift (At Reference Conditions)
±1.0°C (1.8°F) per year.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 102 seconds digital damping.
Performance Under Rated Conditions - Flowrate Calculation
Mass Flowrate Accuracy
+/-1.0% of mass flowrate over an 8:1 flow range (64:1 DP range) for steam, air and liquids for a ASME MFC3M
- ISO 1567 Orifice meter with flange taps.
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SMV 3000 Specifications, continued
Performance Under Rated Conditions - General
Parameter
Description
Output (two-wire)
Analog 4 to 20 mA or digital (DE protocol).
Power Supply Voltage Effect
0.005% span per volt.
CE Conformity (Europe)
89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
Physical
Parameter
Barrier Diaphragms Material
SMA110
SMA125
SMG170
Process Head Material
SMA110
SMA125
SMG170
Description
SS
SS, Hastelloy C, Monel and Tantalum
SS, Hastelloy C,
Carbon Steel (Zinc-Plated) or 316 SS
Carbon Steel (Zinc-Plated), 316 SS, Hastelloy C or Monel.
Carbon Steel (Zinc-Plated), 316 SS, or Hastelloy C.
Head Gaskets
Glass filled PTFE standard. Viton is optional
Meter Body Bolting
Carbon Steel (Zinc plated) standard. Options include 316 SS, NACE A286
SS bolts and 304 SS nuts and B7M.
Optional Adapter Flange and Bolts
Adapter Flange materials include 316 SS, Hastelloy 276 and Monel. Bolt
material for flanges is dependent on process head bolts material chosen.
Standard flange material is glass filled PTFE. Viton is optional.
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) available in angle or flat style.
Fill Fluid
Silicone oil or CTFE (Chlorotrifluoroethylene).
Electronic Housing
Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (watertight) and NEMA 7
(explosion-proof).
Process Connections
1/4-inch NPT (Option 1/2-inch NPT with adapter).
Wiring
Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter).
Dimensions
See Figure 8.
Net Weight
5.3 Kg (11.6 lb)
Mounting
See Figure 9.
Approval Bodies
-
Approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I,
Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D locations, and nonincendive for Class I,
Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T4, T5,
T6 and EEx d IIC T5, T6 per ATEX standards. See attached Model
Selection Guide for options.
-
All ST 3000 amd SMV 3000 model designs, except STG19L, STG99L,
STG170, STG180, have been registered in all provinces and territories
in Canada and are marked CRN: 0F8914.5C.
-
Hazardous Conditions
-
Canadian Registration Number
(CRN)
Pressure Equipment Directive
(97/23/EC)
The ST 3000 pressure transmitters listed in this Specification have no
pressurized internal volume or have a pressurized internal volume rated
less than 1,000 bar (14,500 psig) and/or have a maximum volume of less
than 0.1 liter. Therefore, these transmitters are either; not subject to the
essential requirements of the directive 97/23/EC (PED, Annex 1) and shall
not have the CE mark, or the manufacturer has the free choice of a module
when the CE mark is required for pressures > 200 bar (2,900 psig).
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NOTE: Pressure transmitters that are part of safety equipment for the protection of piping (systems) or vessel(s) from
exceeding allowable pressure limits, (equipment with safety functions in accordance with Pressure Equipment Directive
97/23/EC article 1, 2.1.3), require separate examination.
Reference Dimensions:
millimeters
inches
190,5
7.5
108
4.25
82,5
3.25
114
4.49
with output meter
115
4.53
29
1.14
21
0.83
Minimum
clearance for
cap removal
(both ends)
136
5.35
68
2.68
115
4.53
231,9
9.13
73,6
2.9
Optional
Adapters
Process heads have 1/4-inch
NPT connections.
Optional Adapters have 1/2-inch
NPT connections.
Connections at Optional Adapters
are offset from center (1, 5 mm/0.06 in.).
Distance between process connections
can be configured to:
27,4
1.079
49,3
1.94
98,6
3.88
Figure 8 —Approximate Mounting Dimensions for Reference Only.
Optional
Integral
Meter
Optional
Flange
Adapter
Figure 9 —Examples of Typical Mounting Positions.
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SMV 3000 Options
The SMV 3000 Smart Multivariable Over-Pressure Leak Test - TP
Flow Transmitter is available with
Certificate confirming that the SMV
a variety of options, including:
3000 has been leak tested to 4500
psi.
Mounting Bracket - MB, SB, FB
Available in angle or flat style
Additional Warranty - W1 - W4
suitable either for horizontal or
Standard warranty for the SMV
vertical mounting on a two-inch
3000 is 1 year after delivery. The
pipe or for wall mounting.
extended warranty options allow
the SMV 3000 to be warranted for
up an additional 4 years.
Indicating Meter - ME
An analog meter is available with 0
to 10 square root or 0 to 100%
Laminar Flow Element - LF
linear scale.
Provides a SMV 3000 transmitter
with specific mass flow equations
supporting the Meriam Laminar
Adapter Flanges - S2, T2, V2
Flow Element for applications such
Convert standard 1/4 inch NPT
as combustion air.
connections to 1/2 inch NPT.
Available in Stainless Steel,
Hastelloy C and Monel.
Lightning Protection - LP
A terminal block with circuitry that
protects the transmitter from
Conduit Adapters - A1, A2
transient surges induced by
Converts standard 1/2 inch NPT
Electrical Conduit Entry to M20 or nearby lightning strikes. This does
not provide protection for RTD or
3/4 inch NPT. Adapters are 316
thermocouple wiring.
SS.
Head Gaskets - VT
Replaces standard PTFE head
gaskets with Viton.
Write Protection - WP
A jumper on the SMV 3000’s main
board is activated so that the
configuration database in readonly and can not be changed.
Customer Tag - TG
This stainless steel tag connected
to the SMV 3000 via wire allows
you to specify information - 4 lines
with 28 characters per line
maximum.
Clean Transmitter - OX
Insures that the SMV 3000 has
been cleaned of hydrocarbons so
that it can be used in applications
such as oxygen and chlorine
service.
NACE Nuts and Bolts - CR
Standard head nuts and bolts for
the SMV 3000 are carbon steel.
CR option supplies A286SS bolts
and 302/304SS nuts for
environments that are corrosive to
carbon steel. 316SS bolts for
adapters supplied also.
SS Center Vent/Drain and
Bushing - CV
Allows a special bushing on side
and end vent-drain plugs.
Blind DIN SS Flanges - B2
The blind flange option removes
all side or end vents/drains from
the process flanges. Used when
customer will vent or drain from
manifold.
Calibration Test Report - F1
Provides document stating
calibration points for all measured
variables.
Certificate of Conformance - F3
Side Vent/Drain - SV
Provides document stating that the
Replaces standard End Vent/Drain SMV 3000 conforms to all
plugs with side vent/drain plugs.
Honeywell quality practices.
Custom Calibration - CC
Standard calibration for SMV 3000
includes: 0 - 100 inches H2O for
DP, 0 - 125 psia for AP and -328 to
852 degrees. F. for a Pt. 100 Ohm
RTD input. Custom calibration
allows you to have the factory
calibrate the SMV 3000 based on
your application. The CC - Custom
Calibration form must be
completed at time of order.
Multivariable Tx. Configuration MC
Allows you to have the SMV 3000
configured at the factory based on
your application. Includes range
configuration for DP, AP, Temp.
and Compensated Flowrate. The
MC form must be completed at
time of order.
Certificate of Origin - F5
Provides document stating that all
parts originated here.
Modified DIN Process Heads DN
Replaces standard heads with
modified heads.
NACE Certificate - F7
Provides document stating that
specified wetted parts conform to
NACE specifications.
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SMV 3000 Model Selection Guide
34-ST-16-51
Instructions
Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
Make one selection from each table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00).
A dot denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
Key Number
______
I
-
___
II
-
KEY NUMBER
Differential Pressure Range
0-1" / 25" H20
0-2.5 to 0-62.5 mbar
0-1" / 400" H20
0-2.5 to 0-1000 mbar
0-1" / 400" H20
0-2.5 to 0-1000 mbar
_____
III (Optional)
-
_ _, _ _ _ _
IV
-
XXXX
Selection
Availability
Pressure Range
0-100 psia (7.0 bara)
SMA110
0-750 psia (52.5 bara)
SMA125
0-4500 psig (315 barg) SMG170
See 13:TP-3, 4 and 8 for temperature probes.
See 13:TP-9 through 12 for thermowells.
TABLE I - METER BODY
Process Heads
Material
of
Construction
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
Vent/Drain
Valves
and Plugs
Barrier
Diaphragms
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
Hastelloy C
Tantalum
Monel
A__
B__
C__
D__
E__
F__
G__
H__
J__
K__
L__
Fill Fluid
Silicone
CTFE
_1_
_2_
Process Head
Configuration
1/4" NPT
1/2" NPT with Adapter (on 1/4" NPT Head)
__A
__H
* Carbon Steel heads are zinc-plated.
TABLE II
No Selection
00000
t
t
t
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Model Selection Guide, continued
SMX1XX
TABLE III - OPTIONS
None
Availability
10 25 70
Selection
00
Indicating Meter Options
Custom Configuration of Engineering Unit Meter
Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root)
Engineering Unit Meter (analog mode only)
CI
ME
EU
h
h
h
p
p
p
p
p
p
n
n
n
u
u
u
b
Transmitter Housing & Electronics Options
Lightning Protection
Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory
Multivariable Transmitter Configuration
Write Protection
M20 316 SS Conduit Adaptor
3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag
(4 lines, 28 characters per line, customer supplied information)
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag (blank)
Laminar Flow Element Software
End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Spanish (only with ATEX 3D)
End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Portuguese (only with ATEX 3D)
End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Italian (only with ATEX 3D)
End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in German (only with ATEX 3D)
LP
CC
MC
WP
A1
A2
TG
b
b
TB
LF
SP
PG
TL
GE
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
b
Meter Body Options
316 SS Bolts and 316 SS Nuts for Process Heads
B7M Bolts and Nuts for Process Heads
A286SS (NACE) Bolts and 304SS (NACE) Nuts for Heads
316SS Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with CS Bolts
316SS Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with 316SS Bolts
316SS Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with NACE A286 Bolts
316SS Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with B7M Bolts
Hastelloy C Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with CS Bolts
Hastelloy C Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with 316SS Bolts
Monel Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with CS Bolts
Monel Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT with 316SS Bolts
316SS Blind Adapter Flange with CS Bolts
316SS Blind Adapter Flange with 316SS Bolts
316SS Blind Adapter Flange with NACE A286 Bolts
316SS Blind Adapter Flange with B7M Bolts
Side Vent/Drain (End Vent Drain is standard)
SS Center Vent Drain and Bushing
Viton Head Gaskets (1/2" adapter gaskets are special)
Viton Flange Adaptor Gaskets
SS
B7
CR
S2
S3
S4
S5
T2
T3
V2
V3
B3
B4
B5
B6
SV
CV
VT
VF
b
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
b
b
Transmitter Mounting Brackets Options
Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Mounting Bracket - ST. ST.
Flat Mounting Bracket
MB
SB
FB
b
Services/Certificates/Marine Type Approval Options
Clean Transmitter for Oxygen or Chlorine Service with Certificate
Over-Pressure Leak Test with F3392 Certificate
Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399)
Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
Certificate of Origin (F0195)
NACE Certificate (F0198)
Marine Type Approvals (DNV, ABS, BV & LR)
0X
TP
F1
F3
F5
F7
MT
j
j
j
b
o
o
o
2
2
2
Warranty Options
Additional Warranty - 1 year
Additional Warranty - 2 years
Additional Warranty - 3 years
Additional Warranty - 4 years
W1
W2
W3
W4
b
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Availability
SMX1XX
TABLE III - OPTIONS (continued)
10 25 70
Selection
Approval
Body
None
Approval Type
Location or Classification
None
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Suitable for use in
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
Factory
Mutual
9X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class III, Div. 1
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
o
A,B,C,D,E,F,G - - T4 at Ta < 93 C
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, Div. 1 Groups E,F,G
Class III, Div. 1
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
o
A,B,C,D,E,F,G - - T4 at Ta < 93 C
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 2, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
o
A,B,C,D,E,F,G - - T4 at Ta < 93 C
Ex II 1G
EEx ia IIC T5
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Suitable for use in
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Suitable for use in
CSA
Intrinsically Safe
Intrinsically Safe
Zone 0/1
Flameproof, zone 1
Int. Safe, Zone 0/1, or
Ex II 2G
EEx d IIC T6,
Enclosure IP 66/67
Ex II 3G
EEx nA, IIC T6
Vmax = 42 Vdc
0
T4 at Ta = 93 C
0
T5 at Ta = 80 C
0
T6 at Ta = 65 C
(Honeywell). Enclosure IP 66/67
Ex II 1 G EEx ia IIC T4, T5, T6
Ex II 2 G EEx d IIC T5, T6
Flameproof, Zone 1, or
Ex II 3 G EEx nA, IIC T6 (Honeywell)
Non-Sparking
Zone 2
ATEX*
Multiple Marking**
1C
1J
b
2J
3S
3D
3N
3H
Non-Sparking, Zone 2
Enclosure IP 66/67
*See ATEX installation requirements in the ST 3000 User's Manual
The user must determine the type of protection required for installation of the equipment.
The user shall then check the box [D] adjacent to the type of protection used on the
equipment certification nameplate. Once a type of protection has been checked on the
nameplate, the equipment shall not then be reinstalled using any of the other certification
types.
TABLE IV
Factory Identification
XXXX
RESTRICTIONS
Restriction
Letter
a
b
Table
III
Available Only With
Not Available With
Selection
Table
Selection
3D or 3H
Select only one option from this group.
__H
c
I
h
III
EU
j
n
o
p
t
u
2
I
_2_
III
CR, S4 or B5
III
III
S2, T2 or V2
1C, 1J, 2J
III
III
Example: SMA125-E1A-00000-MB,MC,1C + XXXX
III
1C, 1J, 2J
Functions in the analog mode only.
FB
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Model Selection Guide, continued
RTD assembly available from Honeywell Inc.
RTD Probe Assembly
22
Probe Style
1/4-inch Rigid Probe
1/4-inch Spring-Loaded Probe
Code
B
D
Sheath Material
Stainless Steel
Inconel
Other (Consult Phoenix STC)
S
I
O
Probe Type
100 Ohm DIN (0.00385) Platinum
11
Service Parameter
Standard (25 gS)
Heavy Duty (50 gS)
S
H
Stem Length Dimension
Stem length in inches (3" minimum, 24" maximum)
A
Probe Lag Hardware 1/2-inch NPT
SST Fittings ( 22D only)
Hex Nipple as 3/4-inch Standard
316 SS. Specify as "A3/4"
Specify Straight Nipple as "BX"; where
X = 3-inch, 6-inch, 9-inch lengths.
A3/4
B3
B6
B9
Specify Double Lags and Union as "CX"; where X = C3
mated lengths of 3-inch, 8-inch, 10-inch or 14-inch. C8
C10
C14
Remote Connection Head
R
Explosionproof, standard cast aluminum
PL
Plastic (not explosionproof)
PO
Polypropylene (not explosionproof)
Lead Length*
Minimum lead length, as required, 2.5" average
Lead length (X) as specified, 3-6", above 6"
A
X
Maximum Operating Temperature
Options
Standard wired-on SST tag
Certificate of Probe Calibration (2-point)
Certificate of Probe Calibration (3-point)
Certificate of Probe Calibration (4-point)
SST
CC2
CC3
CC4
* Caution: Excessive lead lengths may result in lead wire damage due to space limitations within the remote head
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Thermocouple assembly available from Honeywell Inc.
Thermocouple Probe Assembly
Probe Style
1/4-inch Rigid Probe
1/4-inch Spring-Loaded Probe
Sheath Material
Stainless Steel
Inconel
Other (Consult Phoenix STC)
Thermocouple Type
Number of Elements
Single element
Dual element
78
Code
B4
D4
S
I
O
J
K
T
E
S
D
Type of Junction
Grounded
Ungrounded
G
U
Stem Length Dimension
Stem length in inches (3" minimum, 24" maximum)
A
Probe Lag Hardware 1/2-inch NPT
SST Fittings ( 78D4 only)
Hex Nipple as 3/4-inch Standard
316 SS. Specify as "A3/4"
Specify Straight Nipple as "BX"; where
X = 3-inch, 6-inch, 9-inch lengths.
Specify Double Lags and Union as "CX"; where X =
mated lengths of 3-inch, 8-inch, 10-inch or 14-inch.
Note: Stem length plus lag length cannot exceed
24" total without prior factory consultation.
A3/4
B3
B6
B9
C3
C8
C10
C14
Remote Connection Head
Explosionproof, standard cast aluminum
Plastic (not explosionproof)
Polypropylene (not explosionproof)
R
PL
PO
Lead Length*
Minimum lead length, as required, 3" average
Lead length (X) as specified, 3-6", above 6"
A
X
Maximum Operating Temperature
Options
Standard wired-on SST tag
Certificate of Probe Calibration (2-point)
Certificate of Probe Calibration (3-point)
Certificate of Probe Calibration (4-point)
SST
CC2
CC3
CC4
* Caution: Excessive lead lengths may result in lead wire damage due to space limitations within the remote head
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Ordering Information
Contact your nearest Honeywell sales office, or
In the U.S.:
Honeywell
Process Solutions
2500 W. Union Hills Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85027
1-800-288-7491
In Canada:
The Honeywell Centre
155 Gordon Baker Rd.
North York, Ontario
M2H 3N7
1-800-461-0013
In Asia:
In Latin America:
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Honeywell Inc.
Room 3213-25
480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway,
Suite 200
Sun Hung Kai Centre
Sunrise, FL 33325
No. 30 Harbour Road
(954) 845-2600
Wanchai, Hong Kong
(852) 2829-8298
In Europe:
Honeywell PACE
In the Pacific:
1, Avenue du Bourget
Honeywell Limited
B-1140 Brussels, Belgium
5 Thomas Holt Drive
[32-2] 728-2111
North Ryde NSW 2113
Australia
(61 2) 9353 7000
Or, visit Honeywell on the World
Wide Web at:
http://www.honeywell.com
Distributor :
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
Honeywell Process Solutions
2500 W. Union Hills Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85027
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