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EE300Ex Series
HUMIDITY / TEMPERATURE
TRANSMITTER
For Intrinsically Safe
Applications
Operating instructions
BA_EE300EX_e // v1.7 / Technical data subject to change // 302484
The operating instructions form part of the equipment supplied and are used to ensure optimal
operation and functioning of the device.
E+E Elektronik® Ges.m.b.H. provides no warranty of any kind on this publication
and no liability for improper use of the products described.
To ensure perfect functioning, these operating instructions must be read carefully and
observed before the transmitter is commissioned. These instructions must be provided to all
persons responsible for mounting, commissioning, operation, inspection, maintenance and
repair.
These operating instructions must not be used for the purposes of competition without our written permission and must not be forwarded to third parties. Copies may be made for internal
purposes. All information, technical data and technical diagrams included in these instructions
were correct in accordance with the data available at the time of writing.
The company E+E Elektronik GmbH reserves the right to make modifications at any time and
without prior notification, with no update requirement on models produced before the modification date. For this reason, we request that you contact our customer service department, quoting the device number, designation and type given on the nameplate.
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All rights reserved.
USA
FCC notice:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the installation manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which thereceiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CANADIAN
ICES-003 Issue 5:
CAN ICES-3 B / NMB-3 B
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Contents
1.
GENERAL NOTES
1.1
1.2
Explanation of symbols
Safety instructions
1.3
Environmental aspects
1.2.1
2.
3.
6.
General safety instructions
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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
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Installation in an explosion hazard area
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3.1General
3.2 Housing assembly
Drilling plan for the housing
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3.3
3.4
3.5
Assembly in category 1 (zone 0 / 20); Division 1
Assembly in categories 2 and 3 (Zone 1 2 / 21 22), Division 2
Mounting the measurement sensor
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3.6
3.7
Calculation of the maximum cable length
Selecting a suitable power supply device for ATEX Zone concept:
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20
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
5.
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2.1General
2.2 EE300Ex labeling 2.3Certification
2.4 Housing and probe dimensions
2.5 Humidity probe working range
2.6 Dewpoint measurement in natural gas
2.7 Measurement of moisture in oil
3.2.1
4.
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Mounting
Mounting
Mounting
Mounting
the clamping ring screw connection with mounting flange (optional)
the probe using ball valve (optional)
the probe using sensor retraction tool (optional)
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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DISPLAY (optional)
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Connecting cable
Terminal assignment EE300Ex
Configuration adapter
Calibration of the current loop
Grounding and potential equalization
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MAINTENANCE26
6.1 Filter replacement
6.2Cleaning
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6.3
6.4
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6.2.1
6.2.2
Cleaning the display
Cleaning the sensor
Customer adjustment of humidity and temperature
Ordering information for accessories
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7.
Technical data - EE300EX-ht
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8.
Technical data - EE300Ex-xT28
9.
ATEX certificatE
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10.
EC Declaration of Conformity
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11.
IECEX CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY - COC
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12.
fm certificate usa
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13.
fm certificate CANADA
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14.
control drawing m1_1309080
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1.
GENERAL NOTES
1.1
Explanation of symbols
This symbol indicates safety information.
It is essential that this safety information is followed. The manufacturer accepts no liability in
the case of contravention. The risk is borne solely by the user.
This symbol indicates an instruction.
These instructions should be observed to achieve optimum functioning of the device.
This symbol indicates regulations that must be observed in hazardous areas at risk of
explosion.
1.2
Safety instructions
1.2.1 General safety instructions
In the event of improper or incorrect use of the device, the following risks occur:
• Hazards for the device and other assets of the user as well as
• Hazards that impair the efficient working of the device.
The following instructions should be observed to ensure personal safety:
• Only qualified or specially trained personnel should be permitted to work on or operate the device.
• These operating instructions must always be available to all persons carrying out
mounting, commissioning, operation and servicing.
• It is essential that the device is only operated when in perfect operating condition.
• Any faults determined must be rectified immediately by specialist personnel or by
E+E Elektronik customer services.
• No technical modifications to the device are permitted.
• Take care when unscrewing the filter cap as the sensor element may be damaged
in the process.
• The sensor element is an ESD-sensitive component, i.e. ESD safety measures must
be observed when touching the sensor element.
• Only touch sensors on the connecting wires.
• The devices are designed for operation on safety extra-low voltage (safety class III).
1.3
Environmental aspects
Products from E+E Elektronik® are developed incorporating all important environmental
aspects. For this reason, avoiding environmental contamination should also be observed during
disposal as well.
On disposal of the transmitter, the individual components must be separated by type.
The electronics must be collected in electronics waste and disposed of correctly.
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2.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
2.1General
The entire EE300Ex transmitter can be installed directly in the explosion hazard area.
The EE300Ex is the ideal transmitter in challenging industrial applications. The housing and
measurement sensor made from stainless steel, as well as the proven E+E humidity sensors,
ensure reliable and stable measurement results over long periods.
The EE300Ex has a 2-wire design and has two individually scalable analogue outputs with
4…20mA. In addition to the measured values for relative humidity and temperature, the
transmitter also delivers the following calculated values:
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•
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•
•
•
•
Absolute humidity
Wet-bulb temperature
Specific enthalpy Dew-point temperature
Frost point temperature
Mixing ratio
Water vapour partial pressure
Water activity
Water content in mineral transformer oil
Water content in customer-specific oil
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Tw
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Td
Tf
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x [ppm]
x [ppm]
The EE300Ex-HT humidity / temperature transmitter is available in the following designs:
Model
A - wall mounting
remote sensing probe up to 20bar (300psi)
E - remote sensing probe up to 20bar (300psi) with moveable fitting for assembly / disassembly under pressure
M - remote sensing probe up to 300bar (4351psi)
U - remote sensing probe for sensor retraction tool PN250
pressure range
0.1...20 bar
0.1...20 bar
(1.5...300 psi)
(1.5...300 psi)
working range
-40...60°C (-40...140°F)
-40...180°C (-40...356°F)
-40...180°C (-40...356°F)
0.01...300 bar (0.15...4351 psi) -40...180°C
0.01...300 bar (0.15...4351 psi) -40...180°C
(-40...356°F)
(-40...356°F)
Ø-probe
12mm (0.47“)
12mm (0.47“)
13mm (0.51“)
12mm (0.47“)
12/15 (0.47/0.59)
The EE300Ex-xT temperature transmitter is available in the following designs:
Model
A - wall mounting
M - remote sensing probe
pressure range
0.1...20bar (1.5...300psi)
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working range
Ø-probe
-40...60°C (-40...140°F) 6mm (0.24“)
-70...200°C (-94...392°F) 6mm (0.24“)
2.2
EE300Ex labeling
Each EE300Ex is only characterized for one certificate. The Ordering Code on the Product
label shows the type of the Ex Certificate on position “Ex-certificate”. The exact Ex marking
with the certificate number is printed on the Hazardous label (Ex marking). EE300Ex with
IECEx, USA or Canada labeling must not be installed in the European Union.
Hazardous Label
(Ex marking)
ATEX hazardous label
Product Label
ATEX product label (Example)
(for EE300Ex without display)
IECEx hazardous label
IECEx product label (Example)
(for EE300Ex without display)
USA/CANADA hazardous label
USA/CANADA product label (Example)
(for EE300Ex without display)
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2.3Certification
EUROPE:
The EE300Ex transmitter fulfils the ATEX Directives on intrinsically safe operating equipment.
Applied standards for ATEX:
• EN 1127-1:2011
• EN 60079-0:2012
• EN 60079-11:2012
The EC type approval test has been carried out by TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH.
Certified to EC type approval test TPS 13 ATEX 38892 003 X.
Ui = 28V; Ii = 100mA; Pi: = 700mW; Ci = 2,2nF; Li ≈ 0mH
Entity parameters
Ex-Designation
Transmitter without display
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
/
II 1 D Ex ia IIIC T80°C Da
Transmitter with display
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb /
II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
Remote sensing probe
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T6-T1 Ga /
II 1 D Ex ia IIIC T80°C...200°C Da
Working temperature range for the probes:
Specification of the temperature class "TKG" for use in gas area exposed to explosion hazards
and "TKD" for use in dust area exposed to explosion hazards as a function of the ambient
temperature "Tamb" for the humidity and temperature probe and the temperature probe:
TKG
TKD
Humidity and
Temperature Probe
TKG
TKD
Temperature Probe
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +60°C
T6
80°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +60°C
T6
80°C
T5
95°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +75°C
T5
95°C
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +75°C
T4
130°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +110°C
T4
130°C
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +110°C
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +175°C
T3
195°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +175°C
T3
195°C
T2
200°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +180°C
T2
220°C
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +200°C
T1
200°C
-40°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +180°C
T1
220°C
-70°C ≤ Tamb ≤ +200°C
INTERNATIONAL:
Applied Standard for IECEx:
• IEC 60079-0:2011
• IEC 60079-11:2011
The Certificate of Conformity has been carried out by FM Approvals.
Certificate No.: IECEx FMG 14.0017 X
Entity parameters:
6.4 Vdc ≤ Ui ≤ 28Vdc; Ii = 100mA; Pi = 700mW; Ci = 2,2nF; Li = 0mH
Ex-Designation
Transmitter without display
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga / Ex ia IIIC T131°C Da
Transmitter with display
Ex ia IIC T4 Gb / Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
Remote sensing probe Ex ia IIC T6-T1 Ga / Ex ia IIIC T80°C Da
Humidity and temperature probe:
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•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
Temperature probe:
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•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
180°C (356°F)
180°C (356°F)
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
200°C (392°F)
200°C (392°F)
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USA:
Applied Standard for the U.S. NEC 500, NEC505 and 506:
• FM Class 3600 2011
• FM Class 3610 2010
• FM Class 3611
2004
• FM Class 3810 2005
• ANSI/ISA 61010-1
2004
• ANSI/ISA 60079-0
2009
• ANSI/ISA 60079-11 2011
The Certificate of Conformity has been carried out by FM Approvals.
Entity parameters:
6.4 Vdc ≤ Vmax (or Ui) ≤ 28 Vdc; Imax (or Ii) = 100mA; Pi = 700mW; Ci = 2,2nF; Li = 0mH
Ex-Designation NEC 500 (Division)
Transmitter without display
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T4 Ta = 60°C
NI / I,II,III / 2 / ABCDEFG / T4 Ta = 60°C
Transmitter with display
IS / I / 1 / CD / T4 Ta = 60°C
IS / I / 2 / ABCD / T4 Ta = 60°C
NI / I / 2 / ABCD / T4 Ta = 60°C
Remote sensing probe
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T6-T1
NI / I,II,III / 2 / ABCDEFG / T6-T1
Humidity and temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
180°C (356°F)
180°C (356°F)
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
200°C (392°F)
200°C (392°F)
Temperature probe:
Ex-Designation NEC 505/506 (Zone)
Transmitter without display I / 0 / AEx ia / IIC / T4 Ta = 60°C
20 / AEx ia / IIIC / T131°C
Transmitter with display
I / 0 / AEx ia / IIB / T4 Ta = 60°C
I / 1 / AEx ia / IIC / T4 Ta = 60°C
Remote sensing probe I / 0 / AEx ia / IIC / T6-T1
20 / AEx ia / IIIC / T80°C
Humidity and temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
Temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
180°C (356°F)
180°C (356°F)
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
200°C (392°F)
200°C (392°F)
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Canada:
Applied Standard for Canada CEC Section 18 and Annex J:
• CSA 22.2 No. 0-M91
2006
• CSA 22.2 No. 61010-1
2004
• CSA 22.2 No. 157
2006
• CSA 22.2 No. 60079-0 2007
• CSA 22.2 No. 60079-11
2011
• CAN/CSA C 22.2 No. 142-M1987 2004
• CAN/CSA C 22.2 No. 213-M1987 2004
The Certificate of Conformity has been carried out by FM Approvals.
Entity parameters:
6.4 Vdc ≤ Vmax (or Ui) ≤ 28 Vdc; Imax (or Ii) = 100mA; Pi = 700mW; Ci = 2,2nF; Li = 0mH
Ex-Designation CEC Section 18 and Annex J (Division)
Transmitter without display
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T4 Ta = 60°C
NI / I / 2 / ABCD / T4 Ta = 60°C
Transmitter with display
IS / I / 1 / CD / T4 Ta = 60°C
IS / I / 2 / ABCD / T4 Ta = 60°C
NI / I / 2 / ABCD / T4 Ta = 60°C
Remote sensing probe
IS / I,II,III / 1 / ABCDEFG / T6-T1
NI / I / 2 / ABCD/ T6-T1
Humidity and temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
Temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on
on
on
on
on
on
-40°C
-40°C
-40°C
-40°C
-40°C
-40°C
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
180°C (356°F)
180°C (356°F)
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on
on
on
on
on
on
-70°C
-70°C
-70°C
-70°C
-70°C
-70°C
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
200°C (392°F)
200°C (392°F)
Ex-Designation CEC Section
Transmitter without display Transmitter with display Remote sensing probe 18 (Zone)
I / 0 / Ex ia
I / 0 / Ex ia
I / 1 / Ex ia
I / 0 / Ex ia
Humidity and temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
Temperature probe:
•
•
•
•
•
•
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
temperature
/
/
/
/
IIC / T4 Ta = 60°C Ga
IIB / T4 Ta = 60°C Ga
IIC / T4 Ta = 60°C Gb
IIC / T6-T1 Ga
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
on -40°C
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
(-40°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
180°C (356°F)
180°C (356°F)
class
class
class
class
class
class
based
based
based
based
based
based
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
on -70°C
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
(-94°F)
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤ Ta
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
≤
60°C (140°F)
75°C (167°F)
110°C (230°F)
175°C (347°F)
200°C (392°F)
200°C (392°F)
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2.4
Housing and probe dimensions
Wall mounting humidity and temperature - Model A
179 (7“)
151 (5.9“)
60 (2.4“)
Length in mm
Stainless steel sinter filter
33 (1.3“)
PTFE filter
33 (1.3“)
Stainless steel grid filter
39 (1.5“)
Oil filter
32 (1.26“)
L
53 (2.1“)
98 (3.9“)
L = filter cap
Remote sensing probe humidity/temperature up to 300 bar (4351 psi) - Model U
Cable length acc. to order code
186 (7.32)
15 (0.6“)
15 (0.6“)
Probe length 300 (11.8")
12 (0.47“)
L
cut-in fitting
1/2" ISO
Remote sensing probe humidity/temperature up to 20bar (300psi) or 300 bar (4351 psi) Model E and M
Cable length acc. to order code
Probe length 65 (2.6") / 200 (7.9") / 400 (15.7")
12 (0.47“)
L
15 (0.6“)
cut-in fitting
1/2" ISO, NPT or welded fitting
Pressure-tight probe up to 300 bar (4351 psi) have a leak rate A according to EN12266-1
Remote sensing probe humidity/temperature up to 20bar
fitting
(300psi)
- Model E with sliding
Cable length acc. to order code
15 (0.6“)
(0.47“)
Probe length 200 (7.9") / 400 (15.7")
Ø12
Ø13
(0.51“)
L
adjustable min. 23 (0.9”) /
max. 164 (6.5”) / 364 (14.3”)
Sliding fitting
1/2" ISO or NPT
Pressure-tight probe up to 20bar (300psi) have a leak rate B according to EN12266-1
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Wall mounting temperature - xT model
179 (7“)
151 (5.9“)
70 (2.8“)
98 (3.9“)
60 (2.4“)
Remote sensing probe temperature
Cable length acc. to order code
Ø6 (0.24“)
150 (6“)
2.5
Single-sided screw connection
1/2" ISO or NPT
Humidity probe working range
Relative humidity [% rel. hum.]
The grey area shows the allowed measurement range for the humidity sensor. Although
working points that lie outside of this range do not lead to the destruction of the element,
the specified measurement accuracy cannot be guaranteed, however.
Temperature [°C]
2.6
Dewpoint measurement in natural gas
Valid only for EE300Ex-HT6S...Gx (Special option for natural Gas application)
The accuracy of the dewpoint measurement is affected by the working pressure. The actual
working pressure has to be set with the configuration software.
Menu item "Configuration" --> "Parameters"
Factory setting: 1013.25 mbar
2.7
Measurement of moisture in oil
Besides measurement in the air, the EE300Ex can be employed for measurement of both
absolute water content (x) in ppm or relative water activity (aw) in oils.
The USA and Canada approval is valid for air and gas measurement only.
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3.
Installation in an explosion hazard area
3.1General
The EE300Ex has been certified in accordance with the ATEX 94/9EC Directive, IECEX
Scheme, , National Electrical Code (ANSI-NFPA 70 (NEC©) and
Canadian Electrical Code (CSA C22.1).
Devices in explosion-hazard areas are only permitted for operation in atmospheric conditions
-20 °C (-4°F) ≤ T ≤ 40 °C (104 °F)
0.8 bar (12 psi) ≤ p ≤ 1.1 bar (16 psi)
In air normally 21 % (V/V)
If suitable measures have been carried out in accordance with EN1127-1, the EE300Ex is also
permitted for operation outside atmospheric conditions in line with the manufacturer's instructions.
When conducting measurements in explosion-hazard areas, the EE300Ex must always be connected via intrinsically safe power supply devices or protective barriers.
Even if only the measurement probe is installed in the explosion hazard area, the EE300Ex
must be supplied using intrinsically safe equipment.
Rules for the interconnection of intrinsically safe electrical circuits in accordance with EN60079-14,
EN60079-25 and IEC60079-14, IEC60079-25 (proof of intrinsic safety in the system description)
and national requirements should be followed. For the U.S., Canada see Controll Drawing
M1_1309080 and ANSI/ISA RP12.6.01, NEC and CEC.
If a risk analysis of the installation in line with EN1127-1 reveals a risk of lightning strike, an
overvoltage protection device should be installed in the intrinsically safe circuits.
Requirements for the installation of overvoltage protective devices can be found in the standard
EN60079-25. For the U.S., Canada see ANSI/ISA RP12.6.01, NEC and CEC.
Example of an overvoltage protection device
Manufacturer:Dehn
Type:
ITAK EXI BXT 24
to protect intrinsically safe
measurement circuits for 2DA
C2 nominal discharge surge current: (8/20) 20 kA
Nominal voltage:
30 V DC
max. permiss. input voltage:
33 V DC
max. permiss. input current:
0.5 A
Alu housing, grey, protection rating:
IP 65
ATEX Approval:
II 2 (1) G Ex ia IIC T4, T5, T6
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4, T5, T6
Follow the installation instructions from DEHN!
Each EE300Ex is provided with its production date. The production date is shown on the label
(after the series) as follows:
WWYYYYWW week of the year of construction
YYYY
year of construction
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3.2
Housing assembly
The EE300Ex housing has a two-part construction.
• Lower housing section with the connection and earthing terminals.
• Upper housing section with the electronics and measurement probe.
Upper housing part
Lower housing part
3.2.1 Drilling plan for the housing
167 (6.6")
4.5 (0.18")
70 (2.8")
The lower housing section is
mounted using 4 screws.
Screw diameter < 4.5mm (0.18")
If the upper housing section is removed from the hazard area, e.g. for a calibration, the empty
lower section should be protected against dirt and electrostatic charge via a cover HA011401.
Unused cable glands should be sealed using a sealing plug.
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3.3
Assembly in category 1 (zone 0 / 20); Division 1
Only intrinsically safe power supply devices are approved to supply EE300Ex in category 1 or
Division 1.
In areas belonging to gas group IIC or Class I, Division 1, Group A,B, it must be ensured that
during installation and operation, the possibility of impact and friction sparks has been excluded
in rarely occurring fault situations.
Work on open transmitter must only be performed if it is guaranteed that no explosive atmosphere is present.
In category 1 or Division 1, the sensor line should be laid in an earthed metallic protective hose.
With Group III or Class II, III, ensure that there are no dust or fibers and flyings deposits in the
protective tube.
CH1 and CH2 must be galvanically isolated from one another during operation.
There is no display permitted in the gas hazard area EPL Ga for Group IIC or Class I,
Division 1, group A, B, and in the dust hazard area for groups IIIA, IIIB and IIIC or Class II, III.
The probe for wall mounting is not permitted to be used for Zone or Division bushing.
EE300Ex (wall mounting) 1 channel via intrinsically safe power supply device:
Unclassified location
Hazardous location T4...T1
Zone 0 / 20
no display with EPL Da; Db, Dc
and Ga IIC
Zone 1 2 / 21 22
Division 2
Division 1
no display in Class II, III and
Class I, Division 1, Group A, B
CH1
Control
CH2
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
4-20mA ia
+
+
-
-
L+
Power supply
+
-
L-
EE300Ex (with remote sensing probe) 2 channels via intrinsically safe power supply device:
Hazardous location T6...T1
Zone 0 / 20
Division 1
Class I,II,III
Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G
Unclassified location
Zone 1 2 / 21 22
Division 2
Class I,II,III
Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
up to T6 if EE300Ex is in
unclassified location.
CH1
CH2
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
Control
4-20mA ia
4-20mA ia
The bushing must conform to the hazard
requirements of a Zone
or Division implementation. The supplied screw
connection meets this
requirement!
L+
L-
14
+
-
Power supply
3.4
Assembly in categories 2 and 3 (Zone 1 2 / 21 22), Division 2
Only intrinsically safe power supply devices and protective barriers are approved to supply
EE300Ex in category 2 and 3 or Division 2.
No display is permitted in the dust hazard area (Group III) or Class II, III.
CH1 and CH2 must be galvanically isolated from one another during operation.
The probe for wall mounting is not permitted to be used for Zone or Division bushing.
EE300Ex (wall mounting) 1 channel via intrinsically safe power supply device:
Hazardous location T4...T1
Unclassified location
Zone 1 2 / 21 22
Division 2
Class I,II,III
Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
Control
CH2
CH1
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
4-20mA ia
+
+
-
-
L+
L-
+
-
Power supply
EE300Ex (with remote sensing probe) 2 channels via intrinsically safe power supply device:
Hazardous location T4...T1
Zone 0 / 20
Division 1
Class I,II,III
Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
Unclassified location
Zone 1 2 / 21 22
Division 2
Class I,II,III
Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
CH1
CH2
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
Control
4-20mA ia
4-20mA ia
The bushing must conform to the hazard
requirements of a Zone
or Division implementation. The supplied screw
connection meets this
requirement!
L+
L-
15
+
-
Power supply
3.5
Mounting the measurement sensor
To mount the transmitter, select a location with
stable conditions, i.e. protected against direct
sunlight or rain. The measurement probe
should be fitted at a location where representative measured values are to be anticipated
for the process.
Wand /
Wall
r > 30mm
The measurement probe must be mounted
horizontally or vertically (downwards).
If possible, a drip tray should be placed into
position before every installation.
A temperature drop along the measurement
sensor should be avoided.
60% rH
Relative Humidity
Temperature
45% rH
21°C
17°C
Mechanical ambient conditions
When installing the sensor, the mechanical influences of the installation site should be taken into
account. (e.g. vibrations, shock loads via startup processes, temperature fluctuations,...).
If the mechanical stability or seal on the probe cannot be ensured, additional mechanical
fastening or support should be included.
The probe cable and connection cable should be handled and laid in the hazard area so that no
static charges can arise (e.g. metal hose).
Filter caps
The following filter caps ensure sufficient protection against electrostatic discharges relating to
explosion group IIB, but are not permitted for use in EPL Ga IIC or Class I, Division 1, Group A,B:
• PTFE filter (order code E)
• PTFE filter on metal body (order code K)
• H2O2 filter (order code L)
The following filter caps are permitted for use in EPL Ga IIC or Class I, Division 1, Group A,B:
• Stainless steel sinter filter (order code D)
• Stainless steel lattice filter (order code I)
• Oil filter (order code M)
3.5.1 Mounting the clamping ring screw connection
The clamping ring screw connection can be used as Zone or Division bushing. To do this, the
screw connection is screwed into the isolating wall and must have a seal tightness of IP67.
Safety instructions for pressure-tight screw connection:
• The system must not be vented by releasing the union nuts.
• Do not assemble and tighten pipe screw connections if the system is under pressure.
• Always use the correct thread sealant on conical pipe threads.
• Never rotate the screw connection body. Instead, hold the screw connection body securely and
turn the union nut.
• Avoid unnecessary disassembly of unused pipe screw connections.
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Installation instructions:
• Tighten the union nuts finger-tight.
• Mark the union nuts at the 6 o' clock position.
• Hold the screw connection body tight and tighten the
union nuts with 1 ¼ turns to the 9 'o clock position.
Assembly with high pressure applications and applications with a high security factor:
• Tighten the union nuts until the pipe can no longer be turned by hand or can no
longer be moved axially in the fitting.
• Mark the union nuts at the 6 o' clock position.
• Hold the screw connection body tight and tighten the union nuts with 1 ¼ turns to
the 9 'o clock position.
Re-mounting:
• Slide measurement sensor with clamping rings into the fitting as far as it will go.
• Tighten the nut "fingertight", then tighten by approx. a ¼ turn using a spanner.
3.5.2 Mounting with mounting flange (optional)
The assembly flange must not be used as Zone or Division bushing, i.e. it must only be used
for fastenings and bushings in explosion-hazard areas of the same category.
13mm (0.5")
The measurement sensor must be mounted horizontally or vertically (downwards). If possible,
a drip tray should be placed into position before every installation.
Horizontal mounting
Vertical mounting
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3.5.3 Mounting the probe using ball valve (optional)
With ball valve mounting, the system being measured does not need to be emptied or brought to a
standstill to mount or remove the probe.
Install the sensor head against the flow direction.
Metal sealing ring
Metal sealing ring
It is only permitted to use one ball valve that is
approved for use in explosion hazard areas.
(included with the ball
valve set as standard)
(as standard
with probe)
The process pressure must be below 10bar (145psi).
The two metal sealing rings (see figure) should be
replaced each time after being screwed on.
MOUNTING THE PROBE:
Extension
(not provided with an NPT
thread)
The mounting temperature is not permitted to
deviate from the usage temperature by more than
±40°C (104°F).
•
•
•
•
Internal diameter:
≥ 13.1 mm (0.51")
Mount the probe with the ball valve closed.
Open the ball valve.
Insert the sensor head through the ball valve
into the process. A manual pressing tool is
recommended at high pressure.
To ensure that the probe is securely installed, the closing nut must be tightened at a
defined torque of 30Nm.
If there is no torque wrench present, tighten the closing nut by hand as far as possible.
Turn another ~50° using a suitable open-ended spanner.
A tightening torque that is too low results in a lower clamping force (fixing force) of the
clamp sleeve. There is therefore a risk of injury due to the probe tube being driven out.
An excessively high tightening torque can result in the permanent deformation of the
clamping sleeve and the probe tube. This makes the removal and re-mounting process
more difficult or impossible.
REMOVING THE PROBE:
•
•
•
•
Hold the probe tube tight. (Caution: Do not
bend the connection cable)
Slowly unfasten the closing nut using a
spanner (spanner size 24) until the driveout force affects the tube. Never fully
remove the closing nut when installed, and
instead screw on only as far as possible!
After the sensor head has been removed
from the process as far as it will go, close
the ball valve.
The probe can be fully removed.
Both for mounting and removal, ensure that
O-ring 1 is correctly installed.
If damaged, O-ring 1 can be replaced by the
user.
O-ring type: 13x1.5mm (0.5"x 0.06") - FKM-60
Spare part order no. HA050308
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Clamp sleeve
Sealing
nut
Fitting body
O-ring 2
O-ring 1
no aluminium
is permitted
3.5.4 Mounting the probe using sensor retraction tool (optional)
Observe the operating instructions of the sensor retraction tool!
It may only be used the sensor retraction tool ZM-WA-025-040-EST or BG-WA-103-045-EST.
With the sensor retraction tool 250 bar it may only be used the sensor probe model U.
The delivery scope of the sensor probe includes the copper sealing for the Swagelok screw
connection.
Make sure that the sensor retraction tool is in ”SERVICE“ position (see manual of the sensor
retraction tool).
• Before installing the sensor, dismount the closing plug ½“
by means of a hexagonal wrench 10 mm and “park“ it at
the thread hole M10 designed for that purpose.
• Insert the sensor with copper sealing Swagelok and protective cover into the sensor retraction tool until the stop
position.
protective cover
Swagelok-union nut
Swagelok-fitting
copper sealing
• Fasten the Swagelok screw conneciton ½“ in the sensor retraction tool with the
open-jaw wrench (wrench size 27mm). Do not forget to check the copper sealing!
• At first manually tighten the Swagelok union nut with cutting ring. Pull back the
probe until it stops and hold it.
• By means of a screw wrench, tighten the union nut just
firmly enough that the screw connection cannot be moved
manually any longer.
Mark the union nuts at the 6 o' clock position.
• Hold the screw connection body tight and tighten the
union nuts with 1 ¼ turns to the 9 'o clock position.
• To mount the protective cover for the Swagelok protective cover, proceed in the following order:
• Push the protective cover down to the adjusting device: screws must point to the
flat area (wrench size 26mm)
• Tighten screws M3.
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3.6
Calculation of the maximum cable length
Intrinsically safe power supply device STAHL 9160/13-11-11 (order code HA011405)
Technical data for EE300Ex
UBin= 9V + RL * 0.02A
Iout max = 20mA
Supply voltage:
Max. current:
Technical data for STAHL 9160/13-11-11
UN = 24V
US= 16V
RL = 600Ohm
Nominal operating voltage:
Input voltage for transmitter:
Max. load:
Calculation of maximum cable length of intrinsically safe input isolator
Cable 0.75mm² (0.01in2) (example):Rcable = 0.0267Ω/m
Load resistance (load):
RL = 200Ω
Input voltage for transmitter:
US= 16V
Min. supply voltage EE300Ex:
UBmin = 9V + 200Ω * 0.02A = 13V
Maximum voltage drop on cable:
Ucable = US - UBmin = 16V – 13V = 3V
Total cable resistance:
Rcable total = Rcable * Ltotal * 2
(supply and return line)
Udrop = Rcable total * Iout max =
= Rcable * Ltotal * 2 * Iout max
Transform in accordance with LtotalLtotal = Udrop / (Iout max * 2 * Rcable )
Ltotal = 3V / (0.02A * 2 * 0.0267Ω/m )
Ltotal = 2800m maximum cable length
Caution: this is the max. length without allowing for the intrinsic safety.
(cable capacity and inductivity may reduce the length even further)
3.7
Selecting a suitable power supply device for ATEX Zone concept:
Example for evidence of the intrinsic safety in accordance with EN60079-14:2008 12.2.5.2,
EN60079-25:2010 13.1. CH1 and CH2 are galvanically separated, meaning the evidence of the
intrinsic safety can only be carried out using appropriate equipment.
Installation assumption:
Installing the EE300Ex (without display) in Zone 0
Connecting cable length: 300m
Explosion group:
IIC
Temperature class:
T4
Both electric circuits laid in one cable.
(984ft)
Intrinsically safe power supply device STAHL 9160/13-11-11
(Excerpt from the EC type approval test certificate)
Certified to:
II 3 (1) G Ex nA nC [ia Ga] IIC T4 Gc (certificate number: DMT 03 ATEX E 010 X)
II (1) D [Ex ia Da] IIIC (certificate number: DMT 03 ATEX E 010 X)
Entity parameters:
= 27V
U0 I0
= 88mA
P0
= 576mW
C0 IIC = 90nF
C0 IIB = 705nF
L0 IIC = 2.3mH
L0 IIB = 17mH
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Technical data for connecting cable
Cable type: ÖLFLEX® EB CY from manufacturer Lapp Kabel
Cable cross-section:
4 x 0.75mm² (0.06x0.01in²)
Operating capacity:
110nF/km
Inductivity:
0.65mH/km
Cable capacity for 300m (984ft):
Cable inductivity for 300m (984ft):
CK = 0.3km * 110nF/km = 33nF
LK = 0.3km * 0.65mH/km = 0.195mH
Technical data for EE300Ex (extract from the EC type approval test certificate)
Certified to:
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
II 1 D Ex ia IIIC T80°C Da
Entitiy parameters:
Ui = 28V
Ii = 100mA
Pi = 700mW
Ci = 2.2nF
Li = negligibly small
Evidence of the intrinsic safety in accordance with EN60079-11:2012
EN60079-25:2010 (Appendix A)
U0 I0 P0 C0 L0 =
=
=
=
=
27V
88mA
576mW
90nF
2,3mH
≤
≤
≤
≥
≥
Ui = 28V Ii = 100mA Pi = 700mW
2,2nF + 33nF
0mH + 0,195mH →
→
→
→
→
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
Protection level of the intrinsically safe current circuit is is met!
Evidence of the intrinsic safety in accordance with EN60079-11:2012,
EN60079-25:2010 (Appendix A)
Li=0
YES
NO
Ci=0
YES
NO
Li≤1%
of L0
YES
NO
Ci≤1%
of C0
YES
Full values of C0 and L0 can be
utilised
NO
Use reduced C0 and L0 values for
mixed electric circuits
For intrinsically safe electric circuits with
linear sources, simplified evaluation rule:
each half value of C0 and L0 can be used,
limited to C0 = 600nF (IIC) and 1 μF (IIB)
Li = negligibly small → no reduced C0 and L0 values required!
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4.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
It is essential that installation, electrical connection, commissioning, operation and maintenance in
explosion hazard areas are only carried out by trained specialist personnel authorised to do so by
the system operator.
Installation in accordance with NEC or CEC with consideration of the Control Drawing
M1_1309080
For installation in an explosion hazard area, it is essential to ensure that all relevant standards are
observed. For the installation, standard EN60079-14, EN60079-25 or IEC60079-14, IEC60079-25
is to be applied, and for repair and maintenance, the standards EN60079-17 or IEC60079-17 and
EN60079-19 or IEC60079-19 as well as the relevant national regulations should be applied.
Installation in the U.S. must be carried out in accordance with ANSI / ISA RP 12.6.01-2003 and
the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Installation in Canada must be carried out in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
The EE300Ex is designed as a 2-wire current transmitter.
CH1 should always be connected, CH2 can also be activated if required.
Both outputs are galvanically isolated.
Cable ends must be fitted with the appropriate wire-end sleeves. After the connection in the
terminal, an air gap of at least 2mm (0.08") must be left between the strands and a 6mm (0.2") air
gap between channels 1 and 2.
Changes to the probe cable length are only permitted to be carried out by the manufacturer
(transmitter will need to be re-calibrated).
4.1
Connecting cable
A shielded cable should be used. The shield should be laid on one side with the EE300Ex.
The cable must conform to the following specifications (requirements of EN60079-14,
EN60079-25) for ATEX:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable diameter 4 - 8mm (0.15-0.31")
Maximum cross-section 1.5mm² (0.02in²)
Single stranded wire diameter: ≥ 0.1mm (0.004")
Test voltage wire-wire: ≥ 500V AC eff.
Test voltage wire-shield (if a cable with shield is being used): ≥ 500V AC eff.
Cable inductivity, cable capacity and conductor resistance are to be evaluated in the
evidence of intrinsic safety
• Flame-resistant acc. to IEC60332-1-2
Additional requirements if both channels (CH1, CH2) are connected in a common
cable:
• The test voltage wire-wire: must be ≥ 1000V AC eff.
• The radial thickness of the insulation must be ≥ 0.2mm (0.008").
• The conductor insulation must withstand 500V AC eff.
Cable ÖLFLEX® EB CY from manufacturer LAPP KABEL meets this requirement
on request.
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CH2 -
CH2 +
Configuration adapter
CH1 -
4.3
CH1 +
Terminal assignment EE300Ex
Erde
4.2
The digital interface is used only for device configuration and customer adjustment.
The configurator software and the drivers are available for download free of charge from our
website http://www.epluse.com/en/service-support/download-center/.
The EE300Ex in combination with the configurator software is only permitted for use outside
the hazard area.
It may only be used the cable with protective circuit (aluminum housing on the
8 pin connector).
Connection from CH1 is NOT required for communication.
RS232
(the external power supply required is included as standard with the configuration adapter):




PC
PC
USB:PC
Configuration adapter EE-PCA
Connection cable - HA011061
PC
If the upper housing section of the EE300Ex with the electronics and measurement probe is
removed, the lower housing section with the blanking plate (HA011401) should be sealed to
protect against dirt and electrostatic charge.
4.4
Calibration of the current loop
Only appropriately approved multimeters are permitted for calibration in hazardous areas.
During measurement with these multimeters, ensure that the requirements of the system
description (proof of intrinsic safety) remain in force.
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4.5
Grounding and potential equalization
The EE300Ex must be integrated into the potential equalization to avoid hazards from electrostatic charges. It shall apply the requirements of the standards EN60079-14, EN60079-25 or
IEC60079-14, IEC60079-25. With a remote sensing probe, the probe should also be integrated
with the screw connection with a maximum of 1 MΩ in the potential equalization.
The ground conductor or the potential equalization connection must have a cross-section of
4mm² (0.06in²) for the external earthing. With stranded wires, the cable ends should be fitted with
suitable wire-end sleeves.
Intrinsically safe barrier ground must be less than 1 ohm.
For installation in the U.S. internal earthing should be used. The wire cross-sectional must be
in accordance with NEC Section 250.122.
External grounding:
Cable cross-section
maximum 4mm² (0.06in²)
Internal grounding:
Grounding connection channel 1
Grounding connection channel 2
Grounding connection occupied
Cable cross-section
maximum 10 mm² (0.2in2)
Unclassified
location
SICHERER BEREICH
Hazardous
location
EXPLOSIONSGEFÄHRDETER
CH2 +
CH2 -
CH1 +
CH1 -
Erde
BEREICH
Instrument
Instrument
System
System
1)
potential equalization connection
Safety
barrier
Sicherheitsbarriere
oder
or power
Speisegerät
supply unit
Erdung der Barrieren
grounding
of barriers
1)
Zentrale
Erdung
central
grounding
The braided screen should be turned back via the plastic
insert on the cable connection. The introduction of the
plastic insert presses the braided screen onto the interior
wall of the metallic part.
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5.
DISPLAY (optional)
There is no display permitted in the gas hazard area for EPL Ga IIC or Class I, Division 1,
Group A, B and in the dust hazard area for IIIA, IIIB and IIIC or Class II, III.
Measured values
Units
T:32.25°C
Measured values selection top row
RH:35.5%
Measured values selection bottom row
Measured values
Example of EE300Ex wall mounting in Zone 1 or 2 or Division 2
Hazardous location T4...T1
Unclassified location
Zone 1 2
Division 2
Class I
Group A, B, C, D
Control
CH2
CH1
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
4-20mA ia
up to IIC or Group A,B
+
+
-
-
L+
+
-
L-
Power supply
Example of EE300Ex mounting of remote sensing probe in Zone 0 or Division 1 and
transmitter in Zone 1 or 2 or Division 2
Hazardous location T4...T1
Zone 0
Division 1
Class I
Group A, B, C, D
Unclassified location
Zone 1 2
Division 2
Class I
Group A, B, C, D
intrinsically safe
transmitter supply unit
CH1
up to IIC or Group A,B
CH2
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
Control
4-20mA ia
4-20mA ia
metal filter caps
+
The bushing must conform to the hazard
requirements of a Zone
or Division implementation. The supplied screw
connection meets this
requirement!
Power supply
L+
L-
25
+
-
6.
MAINTENANCE
It is essential that operation and maintenance in explosion hazard areas are only carried out by
trained specialist personnel authorised to do so by the system operator.
For maintenance and repair work in explosion hazard areas, the standards EN60079-17 or
IEC60079-17, EN60079-19 or IEC60079-19 and the relevant national regulations must be
applied.
In the U.S. maintenance and inspection must be carried out in accordance with ANSI / ISA
RP12.6.01-2003 and the NEC.
In Canada maintenance and inspection must be carried out in accordance with CEC
6.1
Filter replacement
The protective filter should be cleaned or replaced periodically, in particular whenever
it has been noted that the response time has become longer.
When replacing a filter, ensure that the sensor is NOT touching the metallic filter cap!
6.2Cleaning
6.2.1 Cleaning the display
To clean the display screen, use a damp cloth to avoid static.
6.2.2 Cleaning the sensor
Thanks to the very robust design of the sensor element, any cleaning required is very easy to
carry out. This can be carried out using suitable chemicals such as isopropyl alcohol (normal
industrial product). After cleaning in isopropyl alcohol, dip the sensor element in water and
allow to dry. The cleaning time should not be more than 2 mins. To avoid damaging the sensor
layer, the use of mechanical equipment is not permitted!
When screwing on the filter cap, ensure that the sensor is NOT touching the metallic filter cap!
6.3
Customer adjustment of humidity and temperature
See manual EE-PCS (product configuration software)
6.4
Ordering information for accessories
Designation
Order code
Stainless steel sinter filter HA010103EX
PTFE filter HA010105
Filter for moisture measurement in oil HA010110
Stainless steel lattice filter HA010109
Ball valve ISO 1/2" interior thread with ATEX approval
HA011403
Configuration adapter for connection to the PC
EE-PCA
Connection cable with protective circuit
between EE300Ex and configuration adapter
HA011061
Blanking plate for lower housing part
HA011401
Protective barrier STAHL 9002/13-280-093-001 HA011410
Intrinsically safe 1-channel power supply device STAHL 9160/13-11-11 HA011405
Intrinsically safe 2-channel power supply device STAHL 9160/23-11-11 HA011406
Sealing plug for unused cable screw connection
HA011402
HA010201
Mounting flange 12mm (0.24")
Mounting flange 6mm (0.24")
HA010207
1/2" ISO screw connection 12mm (0.24")HA011102
1/2" NPT screw connection 12mm (0.24")HA011103
1/2" welded connection
12mm (0.5")HA011109
1/2" ISO screw connection 6mm (0.24")HA011104
1/2" NPT screw connection 6mm (0.24")HA011105
O-ring for sliding fitting
HA050308
sensor retraction tool 250 bar
ZM-WA-025-040-EST
sensor retraction tool 40 bar
BG-WA-103-045-EST
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Technical data - EE300EX-ht
Measuring values
Relative humidity
1)
Humidity sensor HC1000
1)
0...100% RH
Measuring range Accuracy2) (including hysteresis, non-linearity and repeatability, traceable to international standards, administrated by NIST, PTB, BEV...)
± (1.3 + 0.3%*mv) % RH
-15...40°C (5...104°F) ≤90% RH
-15...40°C (5...104°F) >90% RH
± 2.3% RH
-25...70°C (-13...158°F)
± (1.4 + 1%*mv) % RH
± (1.5 + 1.5%*mv) % RH
-40...180°C (-40...356°F)
Temperature dependence electronics
typ. 0.03% RH/°C
Response time with filter at 20°C (68°F) / t90
< 30 sec.
Temperature
Temperature sensor
Measuring range sensor head
Accuracy
Pt1000 (Tolerance class A, DIN EN 60751)
wall mounting:
-40...60°C (-40...140°F)
remote sensing probe: -40...180°C (-40...356°F)
∆°C
°C
typical 0.005 °C/°C
Temperature dependence of electronics
Max. selectable Scaling Range
from
Dew/Frost point temp.
Td
-40 (-40)
Wet bulb temperature
Tw
0 (32)
Water vapour pressure e
0 (0)
Mixing ratio
r
0 (0)
Absolute humidity
dv
0 (0)
Specific enthalpy
H
-50 (-15000)
Water activity
aw
0
Water content
x
0
Outputs
freely selectable and scalable outputs
General
Supply voltage (Class III)
to
wall mounting
remote sensing probe
60 (140)
100 (212)
60 (140)
100 (212)
200 (3)
1100 (15)
425 (2900)
999 (9999)
150 (60)
700 (300)
400 (150000)
2800(999999)
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1
-
100000
2 x 4 - 20 mA (2-wire) galvanically isolated
Output 1 (CH1) must be connected!
unit
°C
(°F)
°C
(°F)
mbar (psi)
g/kg (gr/lb)
3
g/m (gr/ft3)
kJ/kg(Btu/lb)
[]
[ppm]
RL=(Vcc-9V)/20mA
Vcc min=(9+RL*0.02)VDCVcc max=28VDC
Current consumption
max 20mA per channel
Pressure range for pressure tight sensor probe
refer to model
Serial interface for communication 3)RS232
System requirements for software
WINDOWS XP or later
Protection class of housing
IP65; NEMA 4
Cable gland
M16 for cable diameter 5 - 10 mm (0.2 - 0.4“)
Electrical connection
screw terminals max. 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
Temperature range
sensor head
according measuring range
electronic
-40...60°C (-40...140°F)
electronic with display
-20...60°C (-4...140°F)
Storage temperature range
electronic and sensor head
-20...60°C (22...140°F) Electromagnetic compatibility according
EN61326-1 EN61326-2-3 ICES-003 ClassB
Industrial Environment FCC Part15 ClassB
Material
Housing
Stainless Steel 1.4404
Probe cable
PTFE
Probe (without Filter)
Stainless Steel
1) Refer to the working range of the humidity sensor.
2) The accuracy statement includes the uncertainty of the factory calibration with an enhancement factor k=2 (2-times standard deviation).
The accuracy was calculated in accordance with EA-4/02 and with regard to GUM (Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement).
3) Configuration adapter EE-PCA and cabel HA011061 necessary.
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Technical data - EE300Ex-xT
Measuring values
Temperature
Temperature sensor
Measuring range sensor head
Accuracy1)
Pt1000 (Tolerance class A, DIN EN 60751)
wall mounting:
-40...60°C (-40...140°F)
remote sensing probe:
-70...200°C (-94...392°F)
∆°C
°C
Temperature dependence of electronics
Outputs
Scaleable analogue output
General
Supply voltage (Class III)
typ. 0.005 °C/°C
4 - 20 mA (2-wire) RL=(Vcc-9V)/20mA
Vcc min=(9+RL*0.02)VDCVcc max=28VDC
Current consumption
max 20mA
Pressure range for pressure tight sensor probe
0.1 ... 20bar (1.5...300psi)
Serial interface for communication 2)RS232
System requirements for software
WINDOWS XP or later
Protection class of housing
IP65; NEMA 4
Cable gland
M16 for cable diameter 5 - 10 mm (0.2 - 0.4“)
Electrical connection
screw terminals max. 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
Temperature range
Storage temperature range
Electromagnetic compatibility according
Material
housing
probe cable
temperature probe
sensor head
electronic
electronic with display
electronic and sensor head
EN61326-1 EN61326-2-3 Industrial Environment stainless steel 1.4404
PTFE
stainless steel 1.4541
according measuring range
-40...60°C (-40...140°F)
-20...60°C (-4...140°F)
-20...60°C (22...140°F) ICES-003 ClassB
FCC Part15 ClassB
1) The accuracy statement includes the uncertainty of the factory calibration with an enhancement factor k=2 (2-times standard deviation).
The accuracy was calculated in accordance with EA-4/02 and with regard to GUM (Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement).
2) Configuration adapter EE-PCA and cabel HA011061 necessary.
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ATEX certificatE
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IECEX CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY - COC
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fm certificate usa
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fm certificate CANADA
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control drawing m1_1309080
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