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File E190233 Project 04NK20337 October 1, 2004 REPORT on
File E190233
Project 04NK20337
October 1, 2004
REPORT
on
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
Bristol Babcock Inc
1100 Buckingham St Watertown CT
06795
Copyright © 2004 Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. authorizes the above named company to
reproduce this Report provided it is in its entirety.
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DESCRIPTION
PRODUCT COVERED:
[USL][CNL]
Programmable Controller, CWM-EFM-2 followed by 000, 121,
122, 123, 132, 141, 142, 202 or 204, followed by 0, 1 or 2,
followed by 1 or 2, followed by 1 or 2, followed by 01,
followed by 0 or 3, followed by 0 or 1, followed by 0, 1, 2
or 3, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0 or 1,
followed by 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 or 07, followed by
00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 or 07, followed by 0 or 1,
followed by 0 or 1, followed by 0, 11 or 22, followed by
additional suffixes for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C, and D Hazardous Locations.
Programmable Controller, CWM-GFC-2 followed by 000, 121,
122, 123, 132, 141, 142, 202 or 204, followed by 0, 1 or 2,
followed by 1 or 2, followed by 1, followed by 01, followed
by 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 or 06, followed by 0 or 1, followed
by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0,
1, 2 or 3, followed by 0 or 1, followed by additional
suffixes for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups C and D
Hazardous Locations.
Programmable Controller, CWM-GFC-T4 followed by 000, 121,
122, 123, 132, 141, 142, 202 or 204, followed by 014, 020,
022, 023, 025 or 028, followed by 0, 1 or 2, followed by 1,
2 or 3, followed by 1 or 2, followed by 1, followed by 0 or
1, followed by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, followed by 0, 1 or 2,
followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3,
followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by additional suffixes
for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups C and D Hazardous
Locations.
Programmable Controller, CWM-GFC-T4P followed by 000, 121,
122, 123, 132, 141, 142, 202 or 204, followed by 0, 1 or 2,
followed by 1 or 2, followed by 1 followed by 0, 1, 2 ,or
3, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0 or 1, followed
by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 0 or
1, followed by 0, 1, 2, or 3, followed by 0 or 1 followed
by 0,1, or 2, followed by 0, 1, or 2 followed by 000, 001,
103, 104,201, 202,301, 310, 311,320, 321, 322, 401, 402,
403, 404, 420, 421, 422, 423 additional suffixes for use in
Class I, Division 2, Groups C, and D Hazardous Locations.
Programmable Controller, Control Wave Express PAC followed
by 1, 2 or 3, followed by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, followed by
11, 12, 13, 14, 15 or 16, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3,
followed by 0, 1 or 2, followed by 00 or 01, followed by 0,
1 or 2, followed by additional suffixes for use in Class I,
Division 2, Groups C and D Hazardous Locations.
Programmable Controller, CW-Express followed by 1 or 2,
followed by 0, 1 or 2, followed by 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 or
16, followed by 0, 1, 2 or 3, followed by 00, followed by
additional suffixes for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C, and D Hazardous Locations.
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Programmable controller, CWM-GFC-TC followed by 014, 020, 022,
023, 025, or 028, followed by 1, 2, or 3, followed by 0 or 1,
followed by 1, followed by 0, 1, or 3, followed by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
or 6, followed by 0 or 1, followed by 0, 1, 2, or 3, followed by
0, 1, 2, or 3, followed by 0, 1, 2, or 3, followed by 00, 13, 11,
12, 14, 23, 21, 22, or 24, followed by 000, 001, 103, 104, 201,
202, 301, 310, 311, 320, 321, 322, 401, 402, 403, 404, 420, 421,
422, or 423, followed by 0, 1, or 2, followed by 0, 1, or 2,
followed by 0, 1, or 2, followed by 0, 1, 2, or 3, followed by 0,
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups C
and D Hazardous Locations.
GENERAL:
The CWM-EFM-2 is an enclosed device that employs a scalable, modular
hardware design. Units contain a base backplane that supports 2 or 6 I/O
modules. An expansion backplane can be added to the base backplane providing
an additional 2, 4 or 8 I/O Modules. Each ControlWave Micro Process
Automation Controller is comprised of a Backplane Board (mounted in the
Chassis), a Power Supply Module, a CPU Module and from 0 to 14 I/O modules.
All system modules plug into the Backplane Board (2 I-O slot base, 6 I-O slot
base, or 2, 4, 8 I/O expansion backplanes). Each I/O Module provides the
circuitry and field interface hardware necessary to interconnect the assigned
field I/O circuits. CPU Board implements a 6 status LEDS. Power is
generated and regulated by the Power Supply/Sequencer Module that provides
+3.3 V dc. The digital input isolated card provides an isolated 21 VDC for
contact closure.
The CWM-GFC-2 is a scaled down version of the CWM-EFM-2.
The CWM-GFC-T4, Control Wave Express PAC, and CW-Express are scaled
down, cost-effective versions of the CWM-GFC-2, with identical
differential/gauge pressure ranges, power systems, RTD, RTD Thermowell
options, RF Communication options, and RF Radio options as the CWM-GFC-2.
The three models have identical I/O Modules. The CWM-GFC-T4 and Control Wave
Express PAC are housed in identical enclosures as the CWM-GFC-2 and are
similar except for a CPU option on the Control Wave Express PAC and
differential/gauge pressure sensors (wet end) on the CWM-GFC-T4. The CWExpress has an identical CPU option as the Control Wave Express PAC, but is
an open-type device and housed in a sheet metal enclosure.
The CWM-GFC-T4P uses the electronics of the CWM-GFC-T4 with the enclosure and
power systems of the CWM-EFM-2.
The CWM-GFC-TC is similar in design to the CWM-GFC-T2. The CWM-GFC-TC
employs a gauge pressure sensor similar to the one used on the CWM-GFC-T2
except for the presence of one sensor on the transducer instead of two, the
absence of a differential chip, and a ½” female NPT process connection
instead of a ½” male NPT process connection. The CWM-GFC-TC also employs a
pulse counter.
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ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS (NOT FOR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE USE):
Products designated USL have been investigated using requirements
contained in UL 1604” Electrical Equipment for Use in Class I and II,
Division 2 and Class III Hazardous Locations” and UL508 “Industrial Control
Equipment”. The CWM-GFC-TC has also been investigated using requirements
contained in ISA 12.12.01-2000, “Nonincendive Electrical Equipment for Use in
Class I and II, Division 2 and Class III, Divisions 1 and 2 Hazardous
Locations, approved 6 April 2001.
Products designated CNL have been investigated using requirements
contained in Canadian Standards C22.2 No. 213-M1987 “Non-incendive Electrical
Equipment for Use in Class I, Division 2 Hazardous Locations” and C22.2 No.
142-M1987 “Process Control Equipment”.
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RATINGS:
Electrical
External Source - 12
12
12
12
12
24
24
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
dc,
dc,
dc,
dc,
dc,
dc,
dc,
700 mA (CWM-EFM-2).
50 mA (CWM-GFC-2).
15 mA (CWM-GFC-T4).
15 mA (CWM-GFC-T4P).
15 mA (CWM-GFC-TC).
50 mA (Control Wave Express PAC).
50 mA (CW-Express).
Environmental
Surrounding Air Temperature - 70o maximum
Type 1 (CWM-EFM-2, CWM-GFC-2, CWM-GFC-T4,Control Wave Express PAC,
CWM-GFC-TC)
Open Type (CW-Express), CWM-GFC-T4P
MARKING:
The following markings are provided:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Manufacturer's name, module number, ratings, "Class I, Div. 2,
Groups A, B, C, D" or “Class I, Div. 2, Groups C and D” as in
Product Covered section of the report and " Surrounding Air
Temperature 70oC".
Located near supply terminals, "Warning - Explosion Hazard - Do
Not Disconnect While Circuit Is Alive Unless Area Is Known to Be
Non-Hazardous".
Date Code of Manufacturer - provided by Serial number.
Temperature Code – T4
Located near battery, “Warning – Explosion Hazard – Do Not
Disconnect The Battery Unless The Area Is Known To Be NonHazardous”.
Battery Types or Model number
CWM-GFC-TC shall be marked with “Power Supplied by Class 2
Source” on the device and the installation instructions
specifying the use of a Class 2 source.
NOMENCLATURE:
See ILL. 14 (CWM_EFM-2), ILL. 15 (CWM-GFC-2), ILL. 16 (CWM-GFCT4), ILL. 17 (Control Wave Express PAC), ILL. 18 (CW-Express),
Ill 19 (CWM-GFC-T4P), and ILL. 20 (CWM-GFC-TC) for details.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Installation and operating instructions are provided with each device.
Installation instructions should contain statement that input and output
(I/O) wiring must be in accordance with Class I, Div. 2 wiring methods and in
accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
The following shall be provided:
1.
"The Equipment is suitable For Use in Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C, D or Non-Hazardous Locations Only" or “Class I, Div. 2,
Groups C and D or Non-Hazardous Locations Only”.
2.
"Warning - Explosion hazard - Substitution of components May
Impair Suitability for Class I, Division 2".
3.
"Warning - Explosion Hazard - Do Not Disconnect Equipment Unless
Power Has Been Switched Off Or The Area is Known To Be NonHazardous".
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CONSTRUCTION DETAILS:
The Programmable Controller Modules are described in accordance with the
following:
Fig.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Ill
No.
Manufacturer’s
Drawing No.
Rev
level
1
3808-30A
A
2
721700-01-2
A
2A
721700-02-0
A
3
396618-01-4
A
CWM-EFM-2 External View
CWM-EFM-2 Internal View
CWM-GFC-2 External View
CWM-GFC-2 Internal View
CWM-GFC-T4/Control Wave Express
PAC External View
CWM-GFC-T4/Control Wave Express
PAC Internal View
CW-Express External View w/ cover
CW-Express External View w/o
Cover
CW-Express Internal View
CWM-GFC-T4P
CWM-GFC-TC External Front View
CWM-GFC-TC External Side View
CWM-GFC-TC Internal View
3808 Differential Pressure
Transmitter Report (pages 1-3)
CWM-EFM-2 Radio Ready Drawing
(pages 1-8)
CWM-GFC-2, CWM-GFC-T4, CWM-GFCTC, and Control Wave Express PAC
Radio Ready Drawing (pages 1-9)
CWM-EFM-2 Back Plate
3A
396662-01-3
B
CWM_GFC-2 Back Plate
3B
396815-01-4
A
4
5
6
7
8
392582-00-7
392582-B/M
392949-00-8
392949-01-6
396627-00-5
A
A
A
C
A
8A
396661-00-9
B
8B
396829-00-7
A
8C
9
9A
396828-00-0
400074-75-3
400094-75-4
A
A
A
10
10A
400074-02-8
400094-01-0
C
C
CWM-GFC-T4, CWM-GFC-TC, and
Control Wave Express PAC Back
Plate
Relay Assembly
Relay Parts List
Power Distribution Assembly
Power Distribution Parts List
CWM-EFM-2 Radio Final Assembly
(pages 1-5)
CWM-GFC-2 Radio Final Assembly
(pages 1-4)
CWM-GFC-T4, CWM-GFC-TC, and
Control Wave Express PAC Final
Assembly
CW-Express Final Assembly
CPU Module Assembly
CWM-GFC-T4, CWM-GFC-TC, Control
Wave Express, and CW-Express PCB
Assembly CPU/SC
CPU Module Parts List
CWM-GFC-T4 GFC I and CWM-GFC-TC
CPU Parts List
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
Description
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Ill
No.
10B
Manufacturer’s
Drawing No.
400094-02-9
Rev
level
F
10C
400094-03-7
E
10D
400094-04-5
D
11
12
13
13B
396665-01-2
396663-01-0
396664-01-6
396664-01-6
A
A
A
C
14
15
16
17
CWM-EFM-2
CWM-GFC-2
CWM-GFC-T4
Control Wave
Express PAC
CW-Express
CW-Express
CWM-GFC-T4P
CWM-GFC-TC
M
C
A
A
Control Wave Express PAC and CWExpress GFC II CPU- Ultra Low
Power - Parts List
Control Wave Express PAC and CWExpress RTU I CPU- Low Power w/o
Ethernet - Parts List
Control Wave Express PAC and CWExpress RTU II CPU - w/ EthernetParts List
Modified FiBox enclosure
Battery Bracket
Radio Bracket
CWM-GFC-T4, CWM-GFC-TC, and
Control Wave Express Radio
Bracket
Model Specification
Model Specification
Model Specification
Model Specification
A
A
Model Specification
Model Specification
A
Model Specification
18
19
20
Description
Spacing - Spacing of non-Class 2 circuits are not less that 1.6 mm
through air and 3.2 mm over surface, maintained between an uninsulated live
part and uninsulated live part of opposite polarity, uninsulated grounded
part, or exposed metal part. Spacings are not specified in the secondary
circuits of the power supplies and modules.
Tolerances – Unless specified otherwise, all indicated dimensions are
nominal.
Corrosion Protection – All parts are of corrosion resistant material or
are plated or painted as corrosion protection.
Edge and Wire Connectors – All connectors are provided with means for
mechanically latching all mating plugs and receptacles unless otherwise
indicated.
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CWM-EFM-2 EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 1
*
General - The interconnections between the System Controller Module
(Slot 1) and the RTD probe was evaluated as nonincendive field circuits. All
other interconnections with external devices are in accordance with Division
2 wiring methods as specified in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
1.
Enclosure – Listed (NITW) polymeric enclosure, measuring a minimum of
14.5 x 12.5 by 8.25 in. Type 1 only.
2.
Pressure Transducer – Type 316 stainless steel mounted to the diaphragm
unit by welding. Transducer contains two sensors made up of a piezoresistive strain gauge and differential chip embedded inside with only
wire leads protruding, and is sealed by epoxy on each connector.
Internal diaphragm is filled with DC200 Silicone Fluid.
Part No. 396531-01-6, -02-4, -03-2, -04-0, -05-9, -06-7, -07-5.
ILL. 1 (pages 1-3) for further details.
See
4.
RTD – (Optional) Resistive element connected to the System Controller
Module (396609-02-3, 396609-01-5) via a three-conductor cable. Cable
maximum length of 25 ft. RTD Thermowell can be provided allowing the
RTD to plug into the pipeline.
5.
RF Antenna Connector – Used for connection to remote antenna assembly.
N Type connector, latching.
6.
Display Module – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. Plugs into
the system's Power Supply Module (connector J2) via connector J1. The
following are make/break components.
Potentiometer (R67) - Provided on the secondary side of the power
supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
Pushbuttons (PB1, PB2) – (396608-01-9) Provided on the secondary side
of the power supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
Pushbuttons (PB1 – PB25) – (396608-02-7) Provided on the secondary side
of the power supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
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CWM-EFM-2 INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 2
General – Power is from an external source, 6-18 VDC. Radio ready
feature may be provided when installed in accordance with the instructions
provided in ILL. 2 (Drawing No. 721700-01-2).
1.
Back Plate – Steel mounting plate that secures all internal equipment.
See ILL. 3 (396618-01-4) for further details.
2.
Chassis - Listed (NRAG), Module 396560-02-4.
configured as follows:
Consists of 4 slots
Slot 1 – Listed (NRAG), 396609-02-3, 396609-01-5
Slot 2 – Listed (NRAG), 396563-03-1
Slot 3 – Listed (NRAG), 396630-01-4, 396630-02-2, 396567-01-0,
396568-01-7, 396569-01-3, 396570-02-0, 396581-01-3
Slot 4 - Listed (NRAG), 396630-01-4, 396630-02-2, 396567-01-0,
396568-01-7, 396569-01-3, 396570-02-0, 396581-01-3
3.
Relay Board - R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. Overall
dimensions 5-1/16 in. by 2-3/4 in. Slides into a plastic piece, which
secures to inside of enclosure by four screws. Connects to I/O Card
(Item 2, Slot 3 or 4) through twenty-pin connector. Refer to ILLS. 4-5
(392582-00-7, 392582-B/M).
4.
Power Distribution Board – (Optional) R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C,
94V-0. See ILLS. 6-7.
5.
Radio – (0ptional) Suitable for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and
D Hazardous Locations. When provided as an external connection, must
consist of a mounting bracket, communication cable, antenna cable,
power cable. See ILL. 8 (396627-00-5) for further details.
R/C (WYMV2), MDS, Models 9810-HL, 4710-HL, 9710-HL and EL805 (Transnet
Series) and INET (iNet Series). Secured to metal plate, which is then
secured to back plate. See ILL. 13 (396664-01-6) for further details.
Must receive main power from latching connector.
R/C (ENWS2), FreeWave, Model FGR09CSU. Secured to metal plate, which
is, in turn, secured to back plate. See ILL. 13 (396664-01-6) for
further details. Must receive main power from latching connector.
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CWM-GFC-2 EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 3
*
General - The interconnections between the CPU Module (P3) and the RTD
probe was evaluated as nonincendive field circuits. All other
interconnections with external devices are in accordance with Division 2
wiring methods as specified in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
1.
Enclosure – Listed (NITW) polymeric enclosure, manufactured by FiBox,
Part No. CAB PC 302018. Type 1 only. See ILL. 11 for modifications.
2.
Pressure Transducer – Type 316 stainless steel mounted to the diaphragm
unit by welding. Transducer contains two sensors made up of a piezoresistive strain gauge and differential chip embedded inside with only
wire leads protruding, and is sealed by epoxy on each connector.
Internal diaphragm is filled with DC200 Silicone Fluid.
Part No. 396531-01-6, -02-4, -03-2, -04-0, -05-9, -06-7, -07-5.
ILL. 1 (pages 1-3) for further details.
See
3.
RTD – (Optional) Resistive element connected to the System Controller
Module (396609-02-3, 396609-01-5) via a three-conductor cable. Cable
maximum length of 25 ft. RTD Thermowell can be provided allowing the
RTD to plug into the pipeline.
4.
RF Antenna Connector – Used for connection to remote antenna assembly.
N Type connector, latching.
5.
Display Module - R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. Plugs into
the CPU Module (connector P2). The following are user accessible
make/break components.
Potentiometer (R67) - Provided on the secondary side of the power
supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
Pushbuttons (PB1, PB2) – (396608-01-9) Provided on the secondary side
of the power supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
Pushbuttons (PB1 – PB25) – (396608-02-7) Provided on the secondary side
of the power supply and within a nonincendive circuit.
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CWM-GFC-2 INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 4
General – Power is from an external source, 6-18 VDC. Radio ready
feature may be provided when installed in accordance with the instructions
provided in ILL. 2A (Drawing No. 721700-02-0).
1.
Back Plate – Steel mounting plate that secures all internal equipment.
See ILL. 3A (396662-01-3) for further details.
2.
CPU Module – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. See ILLS. 9
(400074-75-3) and 10 (400074-02-8) for further details.
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by a ½ Amp fuse located on the I/O Module.
Potentiometer (R164)
Jumpers (W2-W5, W7-W13, W15-W16, W19-W22, W25, W28)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by 100 Kohm resistors.
Switches (SW1-SW4)
Jumpers (J2, J14)
The following are make/break components provided with a tie-wrap to
prevent disconnection.
Jumpers (J7, J8, J10, J11)
3.
Modem – (Optional) R/C (NWGQ2), manufactured by Multi-Tech, Model
MT5634SMI-ITP. Plugs directly into CPU Module (J7, J8, J10, J11).
4.
Radio – (0ptional) Suitable for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and
D Hazardous Locations. When provided as an external connection, must
consist of a mounting bracket, communication cable, antenna cable,
power cable. See ILL. 8A (396661-01-1) for further details.
R/C (WYMV2), MDS, Models 9810-HL, 4710-HL, 9710-HL and EL805 (Transnet
Series) and INET (iNet Series). Secured to metal plate, which is then
secured to back plate. See ILL. 13 (396664-01-6) for further details.
Must receive main power from latching connector.
R/C (ENWS2), FreeWave, Model FGR09CSU. Secured to metal plate, which
is, in turn, secured to back plate. See ILL. 13 (396664-01-6) for
further details. Must receive main power from latching connector.
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I/O Modules – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. Fits into card
guide located on base plate. There are four available options:
400073-04-8:
400073-03-0:
400073-02-1:
400073-01-3:
2
2
2
2
DI,
DI,
DI,
DI,
2DO,
2DO,
2DO,
2DO,
2HSC,
2HSC,
2HSC,
2HSC,
Wet
Wet
Wet
Wet
End (12 VDC)
End, 3 AI, 1 AO (12 VDC)
End (6 VDC)
End 3 AI (6 VDC)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by 100 Kohm resistors.
Jumpers (J2, J7, J8, J10, J11, J14)
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CWM-GFC-T4 EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 5
General - The interconnections between the CPU Module (P3) and the RTD
probe was evaluated as nonincendive field circuits. All other
interconnections with external devices are in accordance with Division 2
wiring methods as specified in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
1.
Enclosure – Identical to Item 1 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
2.
Pressure Transducer – Type 316 stainless steel mounted to the diaphragm
unit by welding. Transducer contains two sensors made up of a piezoresistive strain gauge and differential chip embedded inside with only
wire leads protruding, and is sealed by epoxy on each connector.
Internal diaphragm is filled with DC200 Silicone Fluid.
Part No. 396531-01-6, -02-4, -03-2, -04-0, -05-9, -06-7, -07-5.
ILL. 1 (pages 1-3) for further details.
3.
See
Gauge Pressure Sensor – Same as Item 2 above except with ½” male NPT
process connection.
Part No. 396536-02-6, 396536-04-2, 396536-06-9, 396536-07-7, 396536-093, 396536-12-3.
4.
RTD – (Optional) Identical to Item 3 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
5.
RF Antenna Connector – Identical to Item 4 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
6.
Display Module – Identical to Item 5 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
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CWM-GFC-T4 INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 6
General – Power is from an external source, 5-18 VDC. Radio ready
feature may be provided when installed in accordance with the instructions
provided in ILL. 2A (Drawing No. 721700-02-0).
1.
Back Plate – Steel mounting plate that secures all internal equipment.
See ILL. 3B for further details.
2.
CPU Module – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. See ILLS. 9A
(400094-75-4) and ILL. 10A (400094-01-0) for further details.
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by 100 Kohm resistors.
Switches (SW1-SW2)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by a 1.3 Kohm resistor.
Switch (SW3)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
that are not accessible unless the power to the device is turned off
and the boards are removed from the enclosure.
Jumpers (J2, J3)
Jumper Plug (XW1-XW17)
Autosplice Pin (W1-W17 and J7-J9)
3.
Modem – (Optional) Identical to Item 3 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 4.
4.
Radio – (0ptional) Suitable for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and
D Hazardous Locations. When provided as an external connection, must
consist of a mounting bracket, communication cable, antenna cable,
power cable. See ILL. 8B (396829-00-7) for further details.
R/C (WYMV2), MDS, Models 9810-HL, 4710-HL, 9710-HL and EL805 (Transnet
Series) and INET (iNet Series). Secured to metal plate, which is then
secured to back plate. See ILL. 13B (396664-01-6) for further details.
Must receive main power from latching connector.
R/C (ENWS2), FreeWave, Model FGR09CSU. Secured to metal plate, which
is, in turn, secured to back plate. See ILL. 13B (396664-01-6) for
further details. Must receive main power from latching connector.
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I/O Modules – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0. Fits into card
guide located on base plate. There are three available options:
400093-01-4: 2 DI/2DO, 4DI, 2 DO, 2HSC
400093-02-2: 2 DI/2DO, 4DI, 2 DO, 2HSC, 3 Al
400093-03-0: 2 DI/2DO, 4DI, 2 DO, 2HSC, 3 Al, 1 AO
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by 100 Kohm resistors.
Switch (SW1)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
that are not accessible unless the power to the device is turned off
and the boards are removed from the enclosure.
Autosplice Pin (J1, JP1, JP3, JP4-JP7)
Jumper Plug (XJP1, XJP3-XJP7)
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CONTROL WAVE EXPRESS PAC
EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 5, INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 6
General - The Control Wave PAC is identical to the CWM-GFC-T4, but does
not contain Item 2, 3, 4 (Pressure Transducer, Gauge Pressure Sensor, RTD
Option) and also as noted below. Power is from an external source, 6-24 VDC.
1.
CPU Modules – R/C (ZPMV2), rated minimum 105°C, 94V-0, with or without
gas calculation (CPU Option). See ILLS. 9A (400094-75-4) and ILL. 10B
(400094-02-9), 10C (400094-03-7), and 10D (400094-04-5) for further
details.
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by 100 Kohm resistors.
Switches (SW1-SW2)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
protected by a 1.3 Kohm resistor.
Switch (SW3)
The following are make/break components within a nonincendive circuit
that are not accessible unless the power to the device is turned off
and the boards are removed from the enclosure.
Modular Connector (J2)
Socket (J3)
Connector (J4)
Jumper Plug (XW1-XW17)
Autosplice Pin (W1-W17 and J5-J9)
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CW-EXPRESS
EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 7 AND 8
INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 9
General - The CW-Express is an open-type device that consists of identical
CPU Modules as the Control Wave Express PAC and identical I/O Modules as the
CWM-GFC-T4 and Control Wave Express PAC. Mounting instructions are provided
in the installation manual for the end user to mount the device in a Type 1
enclosure. Power is from an external source, 6-24 VDC. See ILL. 8C for the
final assembly drawing.
1.
Enclosure – Aluminum sheet metal.
10-3/4 by 5-1/2 by 2.0 in.
2.
CPU Modules – Identical to Item 1 under Control Wave Express PAC, Figs.
5 and 6.
3.
I/O Modules – Identical to Item 5 under CWM-GFC-T4, Fig 6.
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CWM-GFC-TC EXTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 11, 12
CWM-GFC-TC INTERNAL VIEW – FIG. 13
General - The interconnections between the CPU Module (P3) and the RTD
probe was evaluated as nonincendive field circuits based on similar
construction of model CWM GFC-2 in Fig. 3. All other interconnections with
external devices are in accordance with Division 2 wiring methods as
specified in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70. Internal components
identical to Fig. 6, with the exception of the items below.
1.
Enclosure – Identical to Item 1 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
2.
Gauge Pressure Sensor – Type 316 stainless steel mounted to the
diaphragm unit by welding. Transducer contains one sensor made up of a
piezo-resistive strain gauge embedded inside with only wire leads
protruding, and is sealed by epoxy on each connector. Internal
diaphragm is filled with DC200 Silicone Fluid. Process connection is
1/2" female NPT. Part No. 396865-02-0, 396865-04-6, 396865-06-2,
396865-07-0, 396865-09-7, 396865-12-7.
3.
RTD – (Optional) Identical to Item 3 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
4.
RF Antenna Connector – Identical to Item 4 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
5.
Display Module – Identical to Item 5 under CWM-GFC-2, Fig. 3.
6.
Pulse Counter – P/N 396300-01-4, 396300-02-2. Identical to Pulse
Counter in Telecorrector File E165662, Vol. 1 Sec. 2.
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1 W, 6 V SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM OPTION
General – Only used on CWM-GFC-2. When the solar power system
described below is used, the solar panel system described on page 10 is not
provided.
1.
Cable - Two insulated conductors. Maximum cable length is 25 ft.
Provided with connector, which plugs into terminal block on the
computer board.
2.
Solar Panel - Solarex Corp. Type MSX-01 photovoltaic module,
polycarbonate frame (Lexan) measures 6-1/4 by 5-1/2 by 3/8 in. thick.
Externally mounted to a provided pole. The electrical ratings are as
follows:
Current at maximum power, mA
Voltage at maximum power, V
150
7.5
Alternate Solar Panel - Siemens Model BT18141B, rated 6 V, 1 W.
3.
Battery - R/C (BZZR2), sealed cell lead-acid rechargeable battery.
Rated 6 V, 7 Ah maximum. The lead wires are mechanically secured to
the battery terminals. The other end of the battery leads are secured
to a connector which plugs into a terminal block on the computer board.
The battery resides in an aluminum bracket as shown in ILL. 12, which
is secured to the inside back of the enclosure by screws.
Alternate - Same as above, except additionally provided with single
lithium battery pack, R/C (BBBCV2) manufactured by Tadiran, Model TL5137.
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5 W, 6 V SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM OPTION
General - This system consists of the 5 W solar panel shown on page 10
and the 6 V lead acid battery shown on page 8. When this system is used, the
solar panel systems described on page 8 and 10 are not provided.
1.
Cable - Two insulated conductors. Maximum cable length is 25 ft.
Provided with connector, which plugs into terminal block on the
computer board.
2.
Solar Panel - Solarex Corp., Type MSX-5/6 photovoltaic module,
polycarbonate frame (Lexan) measures 9.82 by 10.60 by 0.88 in. thick.
Externally mounted to a provided pole. The electrical ratings are as
follows:
Current at maximum power, mA
Voltage at maximum power, V
460
10.3
Alternate Solar Panel - Same as above, except Type MSX5-1.
Current at maximum power, mA
Voltage at maximum power, V
0.59
8.5
Alternate Solar Panel - Showa Model GT618F, rated 6 V, 4.3 W.
Alternate Solar Panel - Same as above, except any solar panel approved
for Class I, Div. 2 Hazardous Locations with the following parameters.
VOC = 10.25 VDC±10%
ISC = 0.56 ADC±10%
3.
Battery - R/C (BZZR2), sealed cell lead-acid rechargeable battery,
rated 6 V, 7 Ah maximum. The lead wires are mechanically secured to
the battery terminals. The other end of the battery leads are secured
to a connector, which plugs into a terminal block on the computer
board. The battery resides in an aluminum bracket as shown in ILL. 12,
which is secured to the inside back of the enclosure by screws.
Alternate - Same as above, except additionally provided with with single
lithium battery pack, R/C (BBBCV2) manufactured by Tadiran, Model TL-5137.
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5 W, 12 V SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM OPTION
General - When the solar power system described below is used, the
solar power system described on page 8 is not provided.
1.
Cable - Two insulated conductors within an outer jacket. Maximum cable
length is 25 ft. Provided with connector which plugs into terminal
block on the computer board.
2.
Solar Panel - Solarex Corp. Type SA5 photovoltaic module, polycarbonate
frame (Lexan) measures 3-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 3/4 in. thick. Externally
mount to a provided pole. The electrical ratings are as follows:
Current at maximum power, mA
Voltage at maximum power, V
330
15
Alternate Solar Panel - Same as above except any solar panel approved
for Class I, Div. 2 Hazardous Locations with the following parameters.
VOC = 20.5 VDC±10%
ISC = 0.28 ADC±10%
3.
Battery - Recognized Component (BAZR2), sealed cell lead-acid
rechargeable battery. Rated 12 V, 7 Ah maximum. The lead wires are
mechanically secured to the battery terminals. The other end of the
battery leads are secured to the a connector which plugs into a
terminal block on the computer board. The battery resides in a an
aluminum bracket as shown in ILL. 12, which is secured to the inside
back of the enclosure by screws.
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BATTERY OPTIONS
General - When one of the following battery options is used, no solar
panel system is used.
1.
Single Lithium Battery Pack - Consists of 2 R/C (BBCV2) cells, Tadiran
Model TL-5137, in heat shrink tubing, rated 6 V, 27 Ah.
2.
Dual Lithium Battery Pack - Consists of 2 single packs wired together
(parallel), rated 6 V, 54 Ah.
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CWM-GFC-T4P FIG 10
General – See ill 19, The CWM-GFC-T4P uses the electronics of the CWMGFC-T4 with the enclosure and power systems of the CWM-EFM-2.
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