Dwyer Series 647 User manual

Dwyer Series 647 User manual
Bulletin A-30-647
Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
(4) 1/4 [6.35] LONG X 7/32 [5.56]
WIDE MOUNTING HOLES
5 [127.00]
2-1/2
[63.50]
1-1/16 [26.97] TYP
1/8 FEMALE NPT
HIGH PRESSURE
CONNECTION
The Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter is
designed for use with compatible liquids or gases and can accurately
measure differential pressure down to 1˝ H2O. The transmitter contains
a fast response piezoresistive sensor and a unique isolation system
ideal for HVAC systems, filter monitoring, variable speed drive control,
air/liquid flow monitoring and process control.
The Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter features
excellent repeatability, low hysteresis and accurate operation over a
broad temperature range. Units have an adjustable zero and span and
feature reverse polarity protection.
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
NOTICE
The Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter can
be mounted in any position, however, be alert to moisture
passing through a non-waterproof electrical connector.
The unit can measure gauge, vacuum or differential pressure. Follow the
directions below for the appropriate port connections.
Gauge (Positive) pressure sensing: Connect media pressure port
labeled “HIGH” with port labeled “LOW” vented to atmosphere.
Vacuum (Negative) pressure sensing: Connect media pressure to port
labeled “LOW”, with port labeled “HIGH” vented to atmosphere.
Differential pressure sensing: Connect the higher of the two media
pressure to port labeled “HIGH”, and the lower of the two pressures to
port labeled “LOW”.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
1-17/64
[32.15]
2-15/16
1-1/8
[74.63]
[28.58] 2-7/8
[73.03]
3-5/16
[84.15]
1
5-9/16
[141.30]
1/8 FEMALE NPT
LOW PRESSURE
CONNECTION
Ø7/8 [22.23]
CONDUIT
CONNECTION
SPECIFICATIONS
Service: Compatible gases or liquids on both pressure and reference
sides.
Wetted Materials: Brass, vinyl, glass-filled polyester, silicon, and
florosilicone.
Accuracy: ±1.0% FS.
Stability: ±1.5% FS output/year.
Temperature Limits: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C).
Pressure Limits: Ranges 1 in w.c. to 5 psi: 20 psi, 15 psi range: 45
psi, 30 psi range: 60 psi.
Thermal Effects: Zero: ±0.05% FS/°F, Span: ±0.05% rdg/°F.
Power Requirements: 18 to 30 VDC.
Output Signal: 4 to 20 mA, 2-wire.
Zero and Span Adjustments: Adjustable, ±10%.
Loop Resistance: 400Ω @ 18 VDC, 600Ω @ 24 VDC, 1000Ω @ 30
VDC.
Electrical Connection: Screw terminals, reverse polarity protected.
Process Connections: Two 1/8˝ female NPT.
Housing: Gasketed steel epoxy painted, NEMA 4 (IP56).
Weight: 14 oz (397 g).
Model
647-0
647-1
647-2
647-3
647-4
Range
0 to 1˝ w.c.
0 to 3˝ w.c.
0 to 25˝ w.c.
0 to 5˝ w.c.
0 to 10˝ w.c.
Model
647-5
647-6
647-7
647-8
Range
0 to 1 psid
0 to 5 psid
0 to 15 psid
0 to 30 psid
The Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure Transmitters have 1/8˝
female NPT port connectors. ALWAYS USE A SECOND WRENCH TO
HOLD THE PORT HEX NUT, THEREBY ELIMINATING THE
POSSIBILITY OF ROTATING THE BRASS PORT FITTING. Use thread
sealant or teflon tape to insure proper sealing.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Make all wiring connections with the power off. All circuits must be wired
to the National Electrical Code, Class 1, and in conformance with all
applicable codes and requirements with approved wiring practices. See
Figure 1 below for appropriate wiring connections
Wiring Connections
4-20 mA, 2-wire, Field Conversion
to 1-5 VDC Signal
24 VDC Power
4-20mA, 2-wire Loop Signal
1
1
+ 24 VDC In
2
4-20 mA Signal Out
2
3
No Connection
3
“Z” – Zero Control is adjusted for 4 mA output signal at 0 psi or minimum
pressure.
“S” – Span Control is adjusted to change the full scale range of the
transmitter.
Due to resistor values required to compensate for the null off-set of the
sensing module, evidence of Zero and Span interaction may be
experienced in readjusting.
Do not adjust the bridge balance and temperature compensation
controls.
+ 24 VDC In
1-5 VDC
250 Ohms
Common
WARNING
ZERO
Fluid hammer and surges can destroy any pressure transducer
and must always be avoided. A pressure snubber should be
installed to eliminate the damaging hammer effects.
SPAN
1
H
2
3
Fluid hammer occurs when a liquid flow is suddenly stopped, as with
quick closing solenoid valves. Surges occur when flow is suddenly
begun, as when a pump is turned on at full power or a valve is opened
quickly.
L
Figure 1
OPERATION
After applying power, allow approximately 20 to 30 minutes for
stabilization of signal.
When operating at low differential pressures of less than 5˝ w.c. or in
applications where the pressure is fluctuating rapidly – it is advisable to
insert “snubbers” for air flow restrictors in the input lines. This serves to
“steady” the output signal and keeps the signal from bouncing erratically.
MAINTENANCE
After final installation of the Series 647 Wet/Wet Differential Pressure
Transmitter, no routine maintenance is required. Periodic checks of
connections is recommended. Please contact Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
before returning unit for repair to review information relative to your
application. When returning a product tot he factory, carefully package
and ship freight prepaid. Be sure to include a complete description of the
application and problem and identify any hazardous material used with
the product.
ADJUSTMENTS
The Series 647 transmitters are adjusted for the specified range at the
factory and should not require further adjustments. If necessary or
desireable, the zero and span may be adjusted, however, the requested
full scale range as shipped is established with fixed resistors minimizing
the range of adjustment. The average full scale adjustment is ±10% fo
the range shipped.
©Copyright 2014 Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A. 2/14
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
FR# 443017-00 Rev.1
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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