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Bristol ControlWave
GFC Corrector
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Overview
Far Beyond Today’s Electronic Correctors
The Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector, from
Emerson Process Management, is a best-fit solution
for those sites, which not only require linear meter
correction but also full RTU functionality, including
process I/O, station automation, user programming,
and live SCADA network communication using a
variety of internal, wireless media.
For users who require out-of-the-box startup of a
dual-meter station, the standard application program meets API 21.1 requirements.
Hardware/Packaging Features
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32-bit ARM9 platform is capable of multiple flow
computing and process automation operations.
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Very accurate, smart, gauge pressure sensor
can be removed and replaced, independently of
the “top end” electronics.
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Precision RTD interface provides very accurate
measurement.
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Very low power consumption minimizes costs
of solar/battery power systems, which are also
integrated in the package.
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Three serial communication ports are standard.
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Standard I/O includes 2 DI/PI.
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Optional I/O expansion includes 2 DI/DO, 4 DI,
2 DO, 2 High-speed Counter Inputs, 3 AI and 1
AO.
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Integral LCD with optional, 25-key keypad
allows operators to view and change
configurable parameters, on site, without
packing a PC.
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ControlWave® GFC Corrector comes in a very
compact package that includes a smart P/T
sensor assembly, “TeleCounter” pulser, battery/
solar power system and a broad selection of
modem and radio communications options.
Firmware/Software Features
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ControlWave GFC Corrector is pre-programmed
to meet API 21.1 requirements for a two-run
metering station with networking via BSAP or
Modbus.
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PC web style menu pages are pre-configured
for all user operations.
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Using ControlWave Designer, IEC 61131-3
programming environment, any user or third
party can modify the standard application or
create a completely customized program—and
full support from Bristol is available, every step
of the way.
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Additional, standard application programs will
be introduced on a continual basis.
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TeleCorrector users will appreciate the
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compatibility of ControlWave GFC Corrector in
networking and software solutions for SCADA
and EFM data editing/management, as well as
the similarity in all operations.
Application Areas
ControlWave GFC Corrector is appropriate to all
applications for electronic, linear meter correction,
including those that require monitoring of additional
I/O points or extension to two meters, for example:
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Medium-to-large gas customers
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Industrials
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Boiler or power generation processes, which
can switch fuels
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Distribution/LDC metering/gate stations
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Transmission metering stations
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Production wells
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Compressor stations
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Storage facilities
ControlWave GFC Corrector Package
Overview
ControlWave GFC Corrector is delivered in a
compact, Lexan enclosure that has provisions for
not only the electronics but also a display/keypad,
smart pressure sensor assembly, battery/solar
power system and a broad selection of modem
and radio communications options.
Specifications – Package
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Dimensions, Housing without TeleCounter
Pulser Assembly: 11.73” H x 9.99” W x 7.35” D
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Dimensions: TeleCounter Pulser Assembly
(optional): 4.37” H x 4.63” W x 4.38”D
(including base mounting plate)
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Weight: Minimum, 10 lbs.
Battery + MVT Assembly, 18.5 lbs.
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Maximum with Radio, 20 lbs.
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Mounting: Without the TeleCounter pulser
assembly, this product must be pipe-mounted
or wall-mounted; a kit for affixing to a 2” pipe
or mast is available.
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Solar Panel Mounting: Solar panels are
delivered with all hardware necessary for 2”
pipe or mast-mounting.
Specifications – Operating Environment
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Wide operating power input voltage range
of 5.0 to 18.0 Vdc
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While this product can operate with nominal
power inputs as low as 6 Vdc, note that 12 Vdc
nominal is required if an internal radio is used.
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Operating Temperature Range: -40 to 158ºF
(-40 to 70ºC)
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Operating Temperature Range of Lead Acid
Cell Batteries is more restrictive: -4 to 140ºF
(-20 to 60ºC)
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Operating Humidity Range: 10 to 95% RH
non-condensing
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Electrostatic Discharge: Meets IEC EN
61000-4-2, EN 61326
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RFI Immunity: In conformity with ENV 50140
Radio-frequency electromagnetic field amplitude
modulated EMC
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EMC Emissions: EN 55022:1998 Class A
ITE emissions requirements (EU); ICES-003
Issue 3 Class A Digital Apparatus emissions
requirements (Canada); AS/NZS3548:1995/
CISPR Class A ITE emissions requirements
(Australia)
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Nema Rating: Nema 3R (Nema 4x except with
a battery vent)
Hazardous Area Approvals
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UL approved as non-incendive for operation
in Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas for all
configurations and Class I, Division 1 for all
configurations except those that include 12
Vdc power or radios.
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Performance
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Computation Accuracy: 0.01% Corrected
Flow, including all input values
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Gauge Pressure Reference accuracy:
0.075% URL
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Temperature Effects on Pressure Reading:
0.21% URL
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Selection Item Descriptions and
Specifications
ControlWave GFC Corrector is ordered using a
model number specification. The complete model
number specification is included at the end of this
product data document.
Standard equipment includes a Lexan housing with
2-line LCD, single board electronics assembly and
the standard API 21.1 flow measurement application program. Standard I/O count is 2 DI/PI (Pulse
Inputs).
Also included in the base product are interfaces to
Bristol’s smart, gauge pressure sensor assembly,
an RTD interface, AUX power output (e.g. to switch
power to a radio) and shunt regulator for solar panel
charging of an internal, lead acid cell battery.
The model number additionally allows a user to
specify all of the following:
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Integral, Bristol gauge pressure sensor
assembly and upper range limits.
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Bendable RTD assembly, pre-wired
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Thermowell – choice of three, common insertion
lengths
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A two-line LCD with no pushbuttons, two-line
LCD with two pushbuttons or a four-line LCD
with 25-key keypad
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I/O card, including 2 DI/DO, 4 DI, 2 DO and 2
HSC/DI and, optionally, an additional 3 AI, and
1 AO
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Hazardous area approval – Class I, Division 2
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Choice of integral, battery and solar power
systems
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Choice of standard model modem or radio that
is installed on an internal bracket. Standard
radios are those, which are commonly available
from Freewave and MDS.
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Polyphaser surge suppressor for the radio
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TeleCounter integral pulser assembly
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Meter-mounting base plate for popular gas
meters
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Stickers for digit blanking and meter index rate
Bristol Sensor Assembly
Accuracy and Performance Specifications
– Gauge Pressure Sensor
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Combined effects of nonlinearity,
nonrepeatability and hysteresis at reference
pressure and over the operating temperature
range: ±0.075% of Calibrated Span or 0.015%
of URL, whichever is greater.
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Temperature effect on gauge pressure:
±0.21%URL maximum combined shift of zero
and span with an ambient temperature change
of 60ºC (108ºF)
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Long Term Stability at Constant Conditions:
±0.1% URL/Year typical
The sensor assembly is Selection “ABC” in the
model specification, e.g. “022” for the 100 psi gauge
pressure sensor.
Using the sensor assembly, integrated in the instrument package is the easiest implementation for a
single meter run; however, the standard application
program also allows use of external transmitters,
with or without the integrated sensor assembly.
Most two-run systems use the integrated sensor
assembly for the first run and an external, smart
transmitter, such as the Bristol 3808 MVT (which
includes the exact same sensor assembly), for the
second meter run.
If the sensor assembly requires a repair, the user
can change it out and continue operating with the
electronics, including flow information, alarms and
historical archives, all intact.
Bristol recommends that users practice “depot level”
service, in other words, that the sensor assembly be
removed and replaced at the shop rather than out at
the site.
Each sensor assembly has a nine-digit part number,
which can be used to specify a replacement part
(a listing is included at the end of this product data
document).
Physical Specifications – Sensor
Assemblies
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Gauge Pressure Sensor Housing
Material: 316 SS
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Diaphragm Material: 316 SS
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Fill Medium: DC 200 Silicone
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Process Connections: ¼” NPT female
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Connects to the Processor Board via a
dedicated SPI bus cable.
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Integral Enclosure and LCD/Keypad
Selection “D” specifies the housing, for which there
is currently one choice, and the liquid crystal display
(LCD) and keypad.
The standard LCD provides two lines and operates
in a continuous cycle mode. One of two optional
configurations can be selected, instead: 4 line x 20
character LCD with either a two-button or 25-button
keypad. Both display/keypad assemblies have the
same “footprint” on the front door.
Features – Display/Keypads
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4 line by 20 character backlit liquid crystal
display
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Adjustable display contrast
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Membrane keys with tactile feedback
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Self-adhesive overlay mounts to the enclosure
door or panel (ControlWave GFC Corrector
package is delivered with this assembly
installed on the door)
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Easy configuration via ACCOL III Function Block
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Scrolling display mode
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Adjustable timer turns off display when not
in use
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The 25-button Display/Keypad performs the same
functions and additionally allows the operator to
view and modify ControlWave GFC Corrector
inputs, process variables, calculated variables,
setpoints, tuning parameters, and outputs used
in a measurement or control application. Status
bits include the alarm state, alarm acknowledge,
control, and manual (Auto/Man). Providing
access to such variable information allows the
user complete control over the process operation.
Shown, above, is the LCD with 25-button keypad.
The 2-button version is similar but includes only
two “arrow” buttons to sequence through lists.
Specifications – Display/Keypads
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Window size: 1.1” H x 3.1”W (2.8cm x 7.9cm)
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Character size: 4mm H x 3mm W
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Dimensions: 7.4”H x 5.5”W (18.8cm x 14.4cm)
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Power consumption: 2.5 mA @ 3.3V (0.008
watts)
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Operating Temperature: -4 to 158ºF (-20 to
70ºC)
The 2-button display allows an operator to view
site, configuration and process data. The screens
are organized in a series of lists. The operator
can select a list and then manually scroll through
the data. Additionally, a “scroll list” can be defined.
The ControlWave GFC Corrector can be set to
automatically sequence through this list.
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Mounting Hardware
In Selection “E,” the user can specify optional
hardware for pole-mounting or wall-mounting.
The “pole-mount” kit includes two, wall-mounting
plates and two pipe clamps.
Without the mounting hardware, the ControlWave
GFC Corrector is suitable for process-mounting to
a direct-mount manifold. Note that this is appropriate only for models pulser assemblies. A unit with
a gauge pressure sensor but without a pulser
should not be process-mounted.
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Processor/ Mail Electronics Selection
Currently, one choice is available in Selection “F.”
The processor electronics assembly consists of a
single circuit board, which is installed on the far, lefthand side in the enclosure. Please note that power
sources are specified in Selection “G” and optional
I/O is specified in Selection “L.”
Specifications for Processor/Electronics
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32-bit ARM9TDMI RISC Core Processor
running at 14 MHz
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Serial Real Time Clock Accurate to 1 second/
day at 25 ºC
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512 KB Flash Boot/Downloader
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2 MB SRAM
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8 MB Simultaneous Read/write Flash
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Backup Battery for Real Time Clock and SRAM:
300 mA-Hour Lithium Coin Cell, 9000 Hour
Expected Backup Time
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3 Serial Communication Ports (see below for
further information)
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2 DI/PI I/O points (please refer to the “I/O
CONFIGURATION” section for specifications).
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Display/Keypad Interface
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Idle and Watchdog LED’s—Idle LED can be
disabled to conserve power
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5.0 to 18.0 Vdc Power Supply with Power Fail
Sequencer
COM2:
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RS 232
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Physical Interface is an 8-pin terminal block.
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Supports RTS, CTS, DTR, DCD and DSR
modem control signals
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RS 232 transceivers are enabled by the port’s
DTR.
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DCD remains active in power-down mode.
COM3:
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Selectable RS 232 or RS 485, 2-wire or 4-wire
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Physical Interface is a 5-pin terminal block.
ControlWave GFC Corrector Standard
Application Program
Selection “G” allows the user to select from a variety
of standard applications to be available in the future.
The 1 – 2 run standard M&R application program
is described, here. Also available is a TeleFlow
Emulator application program.
ControlWave GFC Corrector is shipped with the
program (.pro file) loaded in Flash and the Flash
Configuration Program (FCP) also loaded.
Information on the Serial Ports:
COM1:
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RS 232
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Physical Interface via DB-9 connector, which is
internally linked to the circular, Alden connector
on the bottom of the enclosure door
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Tx, Rx, GND with DCD tied to “high” voltage
when external cable is plugged in
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The user's interface to the Standard
Application Program is via a series of
straight-forward web style menu pages.
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days; this ensures that the previous period of
hourly data is always resident in ControlWave
GFC Corrector FLASH memory. The following
items are stored in the Hourly Data Log:
Overview of the Standard Application
Program
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Uses pre-configured web style menu pages for
user readings, configuration and maintenance—
PC menu pages can be modified and new
pages configured to work with a modified
application load
Uses the TechView Calibration Utility for
calibration of all transducers, including the
integral gauge pressure sensor and external,
Bristol transmitters (e.g. 3808 MVT)
The PC menu pages, calibration utility and
program load are all included on the BSI
Config CD.
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Standard configuration is a one-to-two run
station
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Each run can be orifice, turbine or ultrasonic
meter type
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Flow calculations include the following:
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AGA7/NX-19
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AGA7 with selectable AGA8 Gross or
AGA8 Detail
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Auto Adjust AGA7/NX-19
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Auto Adjust AGA7 with selectable AGA8
Gross or AGA8 Detail
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AGA9
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Corrected Volume
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Uncorrected Volume
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Accumulated Energy
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Average Static Pressure
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Average Temperature
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Average Specific Gravity
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Average Heating Value
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Flow Time
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Uncorrected Count
Each log entry also contains the date and time.
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ControlWave GFC Corrector has an Hourly
Historical Log for each run.
Daily Historical Data Log
Allows the user to select the integral sensor
assembly or an external transmitter for a single
run configuration or as run 1 in a multiple run
configuration. External transmitters can be
interfaced via RS 485 or analog inputs.
The Daily Data Log holds one record for
every contract day. The contract hour may
be changed by the user. The daily log holds
62 entries; this ensures that the previous
calendar month of daily data is always
resident in ControlWave GFC Corrector
FLASH memory. The following items are
stored in the Daily Data Log:
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Corrected Volume
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Uncorrected Volume
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Accumulated Energy
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Average Static Pressure
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Average Temperature
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Average Specific Gravity
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Includes run switching
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Includes an auto-selector, PID flow/pressure
control algorithm per run or per station
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Resides on a BSAP SCADA network
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Average Heating Value
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Supports a sampler and an odorizer
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Flow Time
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Hourly Historical Data Log
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Uncorrected Count
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The Hourly Data Log holds one record for every
contract hour. Hourly logs hold 840 entries or 35
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Each log entry also contains the date
and time.
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ControlWave GFC Corrector has a Daily
Historical Log for each run.
Interfaces to a chromatograph and provides
energy throughput as well as composition
information (note that the same port is
allocated for either a chromatograph or
external transmitters).
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Self Diagnostics
Periodic Historical Data Log
The periodic data log holds one record
for every log interval. Log interval is 15
minutes. The Periodic Historical Data
Log holds 1440 records, or four days of
15 minute data. The following items are
stored in the Periodic Historical Data Log:
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Flowing Static Pressure
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Flowing Temperature
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Frequency
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Each log entry also contains the
date and time.
ControlWave GFC Corrector has a Periodic
Historical Data Log for each run.
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Audit Trail Alarm and Event Storage
ControlWave GFC Corrector keeps an Audit
Trail Buffer capable of storing the most
recent 500 Alarms and the most recent
500 Events. Internally, these buffers are
maintained separately to prevent recurring
alarms from overwriting configuration audit
data. Externally, they are reported to the
user as a single entity. Both operate in a
circular fashion with new entries overwriting
the oldest entry when the buffer is full. The
following circumstances cause an entry to
be made in the Audit Trail Buffer:
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Any operator change to a ControlWave
GFC Corrector configuration variable
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Any change in the state of a
ControlWave GFC Corrector alarm
signal
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A system restart
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Certain other system events
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Includes a nominations function
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Allows the user to select engineering units from
a broad variety, including English and metric
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ControlWave GFC Corrector periodically
runs a series of diagnostics to verify the
operational status of various system
components. The tests include transducer
parameters, main and backup battery
voltages, software sanity checks, and other
indications of system health. An appropriate
alarm is generated if any test fails.
Communication Port Configuration for the
Standard Application Program
COM1 – Local RS 232 port for configuration via a
PC. Flash configuration is BSAP Slave, 115.2K
baud rate. The PC port connector, that is accessible, externally, on the bottom of the front door,
is connected to this port on the CPU.
COM2 – RS 232 Network port with Flash configuration of BSAP Slave, 9600 baud. The standard
application program is compatible with an external
communication device (via RS 232) or standard
model radio. If a standard model radio is included,
the model will also include a cable that connects
this port, on the CPU, to the RS 232 port on the
radio.
COM3 – RS 485 port with Flash configuration
of BSAP Master at 9600 baud. The standard
application program assumes that 3808 MVT
smart multivariable transmitters for meter run
measurement are to be interfaced to this port.
The standard application program also supports
a chromatograph but a Flash Configuration
change is required to allow the chromatograph
to be interfaced to COM3.
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Power System, Charge Regulator and
Aux Output
In Selection “H,” the user can choose from a variety of internal power systems that includes lithium
batteries and rechargeable, lead acid cell batteries,
the latter of which are matched with solar panels as
charging sources.
All associated electronics are included on the
Processor/Main Electronics board, which is
located on the left-hand side of the enclosure.
Related to the power system, a charge regulator
circuit and an auxiliary output (AUX Output) are
standard in ControlWave GFC Corrector.
Specifications – Power System, Charge
Regulator and AUX Output
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Input Voltage Range: 5.0 to 18.0 Vdc
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Operating Range: 4.5/4.9V to 18.0V, shutdown
occurs at 4.3V nominal (6V power source);
10.3V to 18.0V, shutdown occurs at 9.56V
nominal.
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Fuses: 1.5 A from charge regulator, 3.5 A for
battery input.
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Surge Suppression: 18VDC transorb meets
ANSI/IEEE C37.90-1978.
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Terminations: Pluggable terminal block, max
wire size is 16 gauge
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Charge regulator: Temperature-compensated
charge control with cut-off
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Threshold voltage for shunt at 23ºC: 7.3V for
a 6V battery and 14.6V for a 12V battery
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AUX Output Max Load Current: 1.8 A
continuous, 2.5 A momentary
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AUX Output “on” Resistance: 0.37 Ohms
typical, 0.5 Ohms max
Power consumption: Please refer to the
information at the end of the section under
“I/O CONFIGURATION.”
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data sheets on the following components
in the power system:
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7.2 Vdc lithium battery
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6 Vdc, 7 AH lead acid cell battery
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12 Vdc, 7 AH lead acid cell battery
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6 Vdc, 1 watt solar panel
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6 Vdc, 6.5 watt solar panel
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12 Vdc, 4.5 watt solar panel
Power systems are sized for operation with all I/O
but without powering field devices. The 12 Vdc supply is sized to operate a radio in “slow duty cycle”
mode. Please refer to the document, ControlWave
GFC Power System Sizing, for information.
Hazardous Area Certification
In Selection “J,” Class I, Division 2 certification
can be selected. ControlWave GFC Corrector is
approved by UL as an instrument. Note that this
certification strictly prohibits installation of any other
hardware, not indicated by the model number, in the
instrument enclosure.
Wiring to and from the I/O, communication and
power connections inside the enclosure, per the
ControlWave GFC Corrector manual, are, of course,
allowed.
Bendable RTD
Selection “K” allows the user to choose a bendable
RTD that is attached to the ControlWave GFC
Corrector via an armored cable of 6-foot, 15-foot
or 25-foot length. The individual wires attach to
a terminal block on the Processor/Main Electronics board. The terminal block accepts up to three
wires.
Normally, this RTD would be used to provide
the process temperature input but the standard
application program also allows the user to select
an external temperature transmitter, instead.
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The bendable RTD is a “one size fits all” solution
that is perfect for most applications and excellent for
depot-level inventory situations in which the ultimate
installation (and, therefore, thermowell depth) is not
necessarily known.
During the RTD calibration, the user will be able
to set the coefficients, restore the factory default
for these coefficients, and calibrate the internal
Reference resistor.
RTD Input Specifications
These specifications are for the interface, only,
not including the RTD probe or wiring (please note
that RTD probe interchangeability can add ±0.7°C
of uncertainty to the measurement).
The 12” probe can quickly be inserted in a
thermowell, whereupon the user can tighten
the included fitting to lock it in place and bend
the excess length out of the way. Note that a
thermowell is required for this bendable RTD!
RTD Interface Information
A three-wire platinum RTD per DIN 43760 is
supported. The temperature, T, in degrees Celsius
is calculated using the Resistance vs. Temperature
Tables according to the DIN EN 60751 standard for
Class A & B RTDs. ControlWave GFC Corrector
supports the full range in the DIN standard, -40
to 660ºC.
The DIN EN 60751 equation is:
R(t) = R0 * (1 + At +Bt2)
Where:
A = 3.9083 * 10-3 oC-1
B = -5.775 * 10-7 oC-2
Ro = 100ohms
In addition, the user may enter the Ro, A, and B
coefficients of a custom calibrated RTD, another
platinum standard or a different material (Nickel,
Balco or Copper).
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RTD Conversion Accuracy: ± 0.1°C, or ± 0.1%
of reading, whichever is greater
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Ambient temperature effect on RTD
measurement: ±0.01°C / ºC max
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Long Term Stability at Constant Conditions:
±0.25ºC / month max
Thermowell Options for RTD
For new installations, or those lacking a thermowell,
Selection “L” allows the user to choose one of three
lengths of thermowell for the RTD.
I/O Configuration
Note that the base I/O, 2 DI/PI, is located on the
Processor/Main Electronics board. Also, the RTD
input and MVT (Multivariable sensor) interface are
located on the Processor/Main Electronics board.
Additional I/O circuitry is located on an optional I/O
card, which plugs in to the Processor/Main Electronics card. In Selection “M,” the user chooses the
minimum I/O configuration of 2 DI/DO, 4 DI, 2
DO and 2 HSC/DI or an expanded version, which
additionally includes 3 AI or 3 AI and 1 AO point.
What is the difference between a “PI” (pulse input)
and “HSC” (high-speed counter input)? The HSC
circuitry includes de-bounce, which is useful with
form ‘C’ relays, such as those in some pulser
devices. A PI does not include the de-bounce
circuitry and is, therefore, not recommended with
relays. Note that, in the HSC inputs, the de-bounce
can be enabled/disabled by the user and they are
shipped disabled.
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It is recommended that users select the 3 AI / 1 AO
configuration if use of analog I/O is anticipated in
the future because addition of the points requires a
change-out of the I/O card—due to hazardous area
certification requirements, that can be done only at
the factory.
ControlWave GFC Corrector I/O
Specifications
Pulse/Discrete Inputs
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Inputs located on Processor/Main Electronics
board
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Number of points: up to 2 non-interrupting
inputs
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Internally sourced, dry contact single ended
inputs
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Scan rate: Once per second
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Input filter: 20 microseconds
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Voltage Range: Internally sourced dry contact
input - 3.3 Vdc
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On state: >1.6 V, Off state <1.3V
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Input current: 200 µA nominal at 3.3V per input
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Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
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Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
Used as Pulse Input
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Input current for DI points 1 – 4 (those that are
DI-only): configurable as 60 µA for low power
applications or 2 mA nominal at 3.3V per input
•
Input current for DI points 5 – 6 (those that are
selectable as DI or DO): configurable as 200 µA
for low power applications or 2.2 mA nominal at
3.3V per input
•
On state: >1.6 V, Off state <1.3V
•
Maximum scan rate: once per 250 ms
•
Electrical isolation: None
•
Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
•
Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
Discrete Outputs
•
Number of points: 2 DO-only and 2 that are
selectable as input or output, per-point.
•
Configuration: Open Drain MOSFET
•
Operating voltage range: 10 – 31 Vdc
•
Maximum load current: 400 mA @ 16V and 400
mA @ 30V
•
Maximum update rate: once per 250 ms
•
Electrical isolation: None
•
Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
•
Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
•
Frequency Range: 0-10 kHz
•
Debounce: None
High Speed Counter Inputs
•
Accumulator: 16 bit
•
Number of points: 2, also operable as DI points.
•
Frequency range: 0 – 10,000 Hz
•
Input Range: Internally sourced dry contact
input
•
Input filtering: 20 microseconds
•
Accumulator: 16 bit
•
Maximum scan rate (program scan of the
accumulator): once per 250 ms
Discrete inputs
•
Number of points: 4 DI-only and 2 points
that are selectable as inputs or outputs
•
Input configuration: Dry contact
•
Input filtering: 15 milliseconds
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Signal Conditioning: Debounce circuit for
contact closures and bandwidth limiting for
counter input
Note: HSC inputs on the I/O card include
debounce, PI inputs on the Process/Main
Electronics card do not.
sourced 4-20 mA or 1-5 Vdc:
•
250 ohm with 12 V external source
•
650 ohm with 24 V external source
•
1-5 Vdc @ 5mA max, 11 to 30 Vdc
external source
•
Input current: 200µA per input at 3.3V
•
D/A resolution: 12 bit
•
On state: >1.6 V, Off state <1.3V
•
Maximum update rate: once per 250 ms
•
Electrical isolation: None
•
Accuracy:
•
Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
0.1% of span @ 25oC for current output; 0.1%
+ 3% of span @ 25oC for voltage;
•
Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
0.3% of span @ -40 to 70 oC for current 0.3%
+ 3% of span @ -40 to 70 oC for voltage
Analog Inputs
•
Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
•
Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
•
Number points: 3 AI optional
•
AI Resolution: 14 bit
•
Input Configuration:Externally sourced. Single–
ended inputs, jumper selectable 4–20 mA or
1–5 Vdc
•
Input Impedance: 1 megΩ - 1 5 Vdc;
•
250 Ω - 4-20 mA
•
Input Filtering: 12 Hz
•
Maximum scan rate: once per 250 ms
Base unit, without analog I/O, without loop power
to any I/O:
•
Channel Settling Time: 600 ms to be within
0.01% of input signal
•
12 Vdc: 3 mA
•
Input accuracy:
•
6 Vdc: 6 mA
0.1% of span at 25oC;
0.2% of span -40 oC to 70 oC
•
Surge Suppression: meets ANSI/IEEE C37.901978; 30V transorb between signal and ground
•
Terminations: Pluggable Terminal block
accommodates up to 16 gauge wire size
Analog Output
•
Number of Channels: 1 AO optional
•
Output configurations: Selectable externally
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Power Consumption Information, Processor,
Main Electronics, Battery Charger and I/O
The figures, below, assume that the standard
application program is running and include the processor, main electronics, battery charger and I/O:
Above but with analog I/O, without loop power
and analog output operating under-range:
•
12 Vdc: 7 mA
•
6 Vdc: 14 mA
Power Consumption with Loop Current or Power
to Field Devices:
•
Please refer to the information under
“ControlWave GFC Corrector I/O
Specifications.”
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Polyphaser Option for Radio
If a radio is specified (and that is done, below, in
Selection “PQR”), Selection “N” allows the user to
specify whether or not a Polyphaser surge protector
will also be included. Bristol always recommends
the Polyphaser.
Modem or Radio Option
The last three digits in the model number, Selection
“PQR,” are used to specify a modem or radio. Radios are standard models, which are widely available
from Freewave and MDS. Note that modems and
radios are all allocated to the network port, COM2,
and are, thus, mutually exclusive.
Since some users prefer to procure the radios,
separately, Bristol offers “radio ready” configurations
for each of the models. Radio-ready models include
literally everything except for the radio. The mounting bracket as well as all cables and connections
are in place. The user or integrator/installer must
simply mount the radio to the bracket and make
connections.
It is important to match the radio ready configuration with the specific radio the user expects to install
because cables and connections for the antenna,
RS 232 port and power all vary by radio model!
Modem Specifications
The auto-dial / auto-answer modem is the same,
Cermetek model that is used in the TeleFlow
products. This modem provides a sleep mode that
conserves power while allowing it to wake up when
a call comes in.
Function: Provides PSTN (Public Switched
Telephone Network) communications.
Operating Modes: Sync or Async. 2-wire
switched network - Half or Full Duplex.
Line Type: Two-wire loop start lines.
Modem Configuration: “AT” based commands.
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Data Rate: V.32 bis - 9600 bps, V.32 - 9600 bps,
V.22 bis - 2400 bps, V.22 - 1200 bps or 600 bps,
V.21 - 300 bps, Bell 103J - 300 bps, Bell 212A
- 1200 bps.
Telephone Functions: Dialing and answering
by AT commands. Automatic answering is also
programmable.
Approvals: Telephone - FCC Part 68 (also suitable
for approval within Canada).
Trans. Output Levels: -10 dBm fixed (USA) (0-15 dBm adjustable – firmware dependent).
PSTN Arrangements: Loop Start arrangement
(transmission output does not exceed -10 dBm).
Allows connection to any voice telephone jack.
Isolation: Data Access Arrangement (DAA) with
1000 Vac (Modem to PSTN).
Sleep Mode Current: 0.5 mA (max) @ 12V (Input
Voltage); 1.0 mA (Max) @ 6V (Input Voltage)
Surge Capability: Withstand surge of 100A with
10 x 160 microsecond waveform.
Temperature: Operating Range: -40º to +60ºC
(-40º to 140ºF); Storage Range: -40º to +85ºC
(-40º to 185ºF)
Relative Humidity: 15% to 90%, non-condensing
Radio Specifications
For specifications on the radios, please refer to
the Bristol web site, www.EmersonProcess.com/
Remote, where individual data sheets are available
in pdf format.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Radio Power Consumption
Proximity Sensor Interface
NOTE: When conserving power, ControlWave GFC
Corrector turns power to the radios completely off
instead of operating them in the sleep mode.
The Proximity Sensor Interface (ISPROX), Selection
“S,” is a Snap Track-mounting board that provides
a direct interface to the most common, proximity
sensors used in turbine meters. The Snap Track
is located inside the door of the Corrector.
Freewave FGR Spread Spectrum Radio Figures
at 12 Vdc:
•
Receive: 75 mA
•
Transmit: 500 mA
•
Idle: 20 mA
MDS TransNet 900 Spread Spectrum Radio Figures
at 13.8 Vdc:
•
Receive: 115 mA
•
Transmit: 510 mA
MDS models 4710 and 9710 Licensed, UHF Radios
with figures at 13.8 Vdc:
•
Receive: 125 mA
•
Transmit: 2000 mA
MDS entraNet 900 IP Radio Figures at 13.8 Vdc:
•
Receive: 100 mA
•
Transmit: 510 mA
MDS iNet 900 Ethernet/IP Radio Figures at
13.8 Vdc:
•
Receive: 203 mA
•
Transmit: 580 mA
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This board converts the signal levels to those
necessary to interface with the pulse inputs (PI)
on the processor board or high-speed counter
inputs (HSC) on the I/O board in the Corrector.
When ordered with the Corrector, the outputs
are factory-wired to the pulse inputs. The
ISPROX board provides the following:
•
2-wire intrinsically safe, proximity sensor inputs
•
Compatible with Pepperl+Fuchs SJ 2-N
(as used in Auto Adjust) and Turck YOX
(as used in Instromet meters) sensors.
•
2 outputs, which are compatible with PI and
HSC inputs in the Corrector (open drain)
•
Class I, Division 1 and Class I, Division 2
rated-approval
•
10 kHz minimum bandwidth
Power consumption for this board: 3.5 mA at the
supply voltage (whether it is nominal 6V or 12V).
Telecounter Pulser Assembly
The optional, TeleCounter Assembly, specified in
Selection “T,” provides a direct, mechanical pick-up
to the drive shaft on rotary meters. Rotations are
converted to electronic, pulse outputs, which are
wired to the pulse input points inside the Corrector. The TeleCounter is mounted to the bottom of
the Corrector with a gasketed, water tight seal. It is
secured to the Corrector enclosure with four screws.
The TeleCounter can be opened in the field to set
its gears for clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation.
The 8-digit odometer provides a count of 0000000.0
to 9999999.9 revolutions. The magnet wheel and
the odometer’s tenths wheel will increment 10 digits
each time the meter completes one revolution.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Mounting Kit for TeleCounter
Selection “U” is used to specify a kit that adapts
the TeleCounter to the mounting configuration of
a particular meter. Selections are for either a standard meter, e.g. Roots or Rockwell/Equimeter/
Invensys meter or an American Meter.
If the user already has the hardware to adapt
(please refer to the diagram on page 15), “None”
can be selected.
Digit Blanking for TeleCounter
Selection “V” is used to specify stickers, which can
be placed over one or more digits on the mechanical counter. They can be used to match-up with an
index on the meter or with a multiplier factor used
with the meter. Stickers are available for the tenths,
ones and tens digits.
Meter Index Rate for TeleCounter
Selection “W” is used to specify a sticker, which
shows the meter flow units. A broad variety, in
either cubic feet per revolution or cubic meters per
revolution, is available. Please refer to the model
number specification for a listing.
Accessories
PC Cables
For local PC operations, users can select either
a ten-foot or 25-foot cable. These cables match
up to the circular connector on the bottom of the
ControlWave GFC Corrector door.
10-foot Cable – p/n 395402-01-8
25-foot Cable – p/n 395402-02-6
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Standard Application Program and PC Menu
Pages
PC menu pages are available either via the
Bristol web site or on a CD. The CD is the “BSI
Config” CD, which also contains the TechView
user menu system as well as a copy of the
Standard Application Program.
BSI Config CD – p/n 395575-02-8
For users wishing to modify the Standard Application Program, it is available as source code. Please
contact Bristol Application Services for information.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Product Family Compatibility
ControlWave GFC Corrector is compatible with
Bristol’s ControlWave family. It is fully softwarecompatible with ControlWave Express, ControlWave
GFC, ControlWave XFC, ControlWave EFM,
ControlWave Micro and the ControlWave Process
Automation Controller (PAC). The ControlWave
PAC provides the highest I/O capacity and supports
up to three Ethernet ports as well as redundancy.
This family compatibility is a major benefit to
users whose operations include a number of larger
installations in addition to those that require flow
computers. ControlWave family products are
capable of all measurement & control functions
at sites such as major, custody-transfer metering
stations, compressor stations, off-shore platforms,
processing plants and storage facilities.
Users will not only appreciate the similarity in much
of the hardware but will also find the documentation,
networking and software compatibilities to be key to
their asset management.
Open standards for programming, network
configuration and communication
Only ControlWave brings the perfect combination of
industry standards to minimize learning, engineering
and implementation costs.
By adhering to such industry standards as Ethernet,
TCP/IP, Microsoft Windows®, COM/DCOM, FTP,
OLE and ActiveX, ControlWave is able to achieve
the highest degree of openness in control system
architecture and bring the optimal process efficiency
and productivity needed to ensure a successful
system implementation.
ControlWave Designer with ACCOL III
To minimize your engineering and development
time, we have adopted the international standard for
controller programming, IEC 61131-3. ControlWave
Designer is a fully IEC 61131-3-compliant programming environment for the ControlWave family of
products. ControlWave Designer includes all five
IEC 61131-3 process languages for batch, continuous and discrete control: Function Block Diagram,
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Structured Text Sequential Function Chart, Ladder
Logic Diagram and Instruction List.
ControlWave Designer includes an extensive library
of more than 200 basic IEC 61131-3 functions and
function blocks common to many IEC 61131-3
based products.
These include:
•
Counters, Timers
•
Ladder diagram functions – coils and
contacts, etc.
•
Numerical, Arithmetic & Boolean functions
– Sine, Cosine, Add, Sub, Square Root, And,
Or, etc.
•
Selection & Comparison – Min, Max, Greater
than, Equal, Less than, etc.
•
Type conversions – Integer to Real, Boolean
to Word, etc.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
ACCOL III
In addition to the basic functions and function
blocks, ControlWave Designer brings the benefit
of many years experience in measurement and
SCADA to Bristol’s ACCOL III function block library.
ACCOL III includes over sixty function blocks that
are valuable for use in oil & gas and process measurement & control applications. Further, ACCOL III
is designed to take full advantage of the significant
features offered by ControlWave.
Briefly, this library includes function blocks for:
•
AGA gas flow and API liquids calculations
•
Audit, Archive, File Handling
•
Average, Compare, Totalize
•
Scheduling & Sequencing
•
PID & Lead/Lag
In addition, ControlWave ensures data integrity, in
the event of a communication interruption, by storing critical time-stamped alarm and historical data
in the controller memory. This data is then securely
retrieved when communication is restored.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Dimensions
This drawing shows the TeleCounter pulser assembly and gauge pressure sensor.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Dimensions, continued
Gauge pressure sensor and pole mount hardware - but no TeleCounter - are shown, here.
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Model Specifications
Model Number: CWM-GFC-TC - A B C - D E F - G H J - K L M - N P Q R - S - T U V W
ABC
DESCRIPTION
CODE
Integral Gauge Pressure Sensor
ABC
Gauge Pressure Sensor URL
014
300 inH2O
25 psig
10
100 psig
300 psig
1000 psig
Standard Application Note:
The standard program does not necessarily
require the integral sensor assembly. It allows
the user to select the integral sensor assembly
or an external transmitter.
20
30
023
025
Integral Enclosure and LCD/Keypad
D
7½” x 11¾” Lexan with LCD only, no Keypad
1
7½” x 11¾” Lexan, LCD, 2 Keys
7½” x 11¾” Lexan, LCD, 25 Keys
E
022
028
2000 psig
D
020
Standard Application Note:
Works with any LCD/keypad.
2
3
Mounting Hardware
E
Process Mount - No Extra Hardware is Included - for models with TeleCounter only
0
Pole Mount - Includes wall-mount and 2” pole-mount Hardware
1
F
Processor/Main Electronics Board Selection
F
35
Standard
1
G
40
H
50
J
60
Application Program
G
None
0
Standard One-to-Two Run
1
Power System
H
None - External Power Source is Necessary
1
7.2 V Lithium Battery, Single
2
7.2 V Lithium Battery, Dual
3
6 V, 7 AH Lead Acid Cell Battery and 6 V, 1 W Solar Panel System
4
6 V, 7 AH Lead Acid Cell Battery and 6 V, 6.5 W Solar Panel System
5
12 V, 7 AH Lead Acid Cell Battery and 12 V, 4.5 W Solar Panel System
6
Hazardous Area Certification
J
None
0
Class I, Division 2 Non-incendive (UL/CUL - NI)
1
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Model Specifications, continued
Model Number: CWM-GFC-TC - A B C - D E F - G H J - K L M - N P Q R - S - T U V W
DESCRIPTION
K
CODE
Bendable RTD
XCWMRTD
None
80
With RTD, 6 Foot Cable Length
With RTD, 15 Foot Cable Length
With RTD, 25 Foot Cable Length
L
90
M
100
0
Standard Application Note:
For the temperature input, the std. load allows the
user to select this RTD or an external transmitter.
Thermowell Options for RTD
XCWMTHERM
2
L
None
0
With Thermowell, 2 1/2” Insertion Length
1
With Thermowell, 4 1/2” Insertion Length
2
With Thermowell, 7 1/2” Insertion Length
3
I/O Configuration
M
Base 2 DI / PI (Pulse Input) Only - No I/O Card is Included
0
Base + 2DI/DO, 4DI, 2DO, 2HSC
1
Above + 3 AI
Standard Application Note: Works with any I/O
configuration; I/O is not necessarily required.
Radio Cable/Mounting Hardware and Polyphaser Option
Without Polyphaser
With Polyphaser
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2
3
XCWMPOLY
No Radio / No Radio Ready
110
1
3
Full I/O: Above + 1 AO
N
K
N
0
Don’t forget to specify a “1” or “2” here if a radio
is selected in ‘PQR’ below!
1
2
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Model Specifications, continued
Model Number: CWM-GFC-TC - A B C - D E F - G H J - K L M - N P Q R - S - T U V W
DESCRIPTION
PQR
CODE
Radio or Modem Option
XCWMGRADIO
None
000
Dial-line Modem
001
Standard Freewave Radio
Standard Freewave Radio Ready
All radios are located on the Radio Bracket in the
flow computer enclosure.
103
Standard Application Note: Works with either the
modem or any radio.
201
Standard MDS Transnet Radio
Standard Transnet Radio Ready
120
PQR
104
202
Standard MDS 9810 Radio with Diag
301
Standard MDS 4710A Radio with Diag
310
Standard MDS 4710B Radio with Diag
311
Standard MDS 9710A Radio with Diag
320
Standard MDS 9710B Radio with Diag
321
Standard MDS 4710 A/B, 9710 A/B, 9810 Radio Ready
322
Standard MDS EntraNet 900 Radio (Serial Remote)
401
Standard MDS EntraNet 900 Radio (Ethernet Remote)
402
Standard MDS EntraNet 900 Radio (Access Point)
403
Standard MDS EntraNet Radio Ready
404
Standard MDS iNet 900 Radio (Remote Serial Gateway)
420
Standard MDS iNet 900 Radio (Remote Ethernet Bridge)
421
Standard MDS iNet 900 Radio (Access Point/Remote Dual Gateway)
422
Standard MDS iNet 900 Radio Ready
423
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Model Specifications, continued
Model Number: CWM-GFC-TC - A B C - D E F - G H J - K L M - N P Q R - S - T U V W
DESCRIPTION
S
130
T
140
U
150
V
160
W
170
CODE
Proximity Sensor Interface Board (ISPROX) - Snap Track-mounting
S
None
0
With Proximity Sensor Interface Board
1
TeleCounter Pulser Assembly
T
None
0
With Index (CW)
1
With Index (CCW)
2
Mounting Kit for TeleCounter
U
None
0
Standard (Equimeter, Roots Type)
1
American Meter Type
2
Digit Blanking - TeleCounter
V
None
0
1st Digit (tenths)
1
2nd Digit (ones)
2
3rd Digit (tens)
3
Meter Index Rate - TeleCounter
W
None
0
1 CF / REV
1
5 CF / REV
2
10 CF / REV
3
100 CF / REV
4
1000 CF / REV
5
0.1 M3 / REV
6
1 M3 / REV
7
10 M3 / REV
8
100 M3 / REV
9
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
Spare Parts
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
PC Cables
PC Cable - 10 Foot, 9-pin Female-to-Circular, Alden Connector
395402-01-8
PC Cable - 25 Foot, 9-pin Female-to-Circular, Alden Connector
395402-02-6
Electronics Assemblies or Boards
Processor Board Assembly
400094-02-9
I/O Board Assembly, 2DI/DO, 4DI, 2DO, 2HSC (corresponds to selection M=1)
400093-01-4
I/O Board Assembly, 2DI/DO, 4DI, 2DO, 2HSC + 3 AI (corresponds to M=2)
400093-02-2
I/O Board Assembly, 2DI/DO, 4DI, 2DO, 2HSC + 3 AI, 1 AO (corresponds to M=3)
400093-03-0
Proximity Sensor Interface Board (ISPROX) - Replacement, not incl’ Snap Track
400113-02-3
Fuses, Batteries
Lithium Battery for RAM backup on Processor Board, 3V, 0.3 AH (PC 853)
395620-01-5
Fuse, Processor Board, MSB 3.5A SB
395603-07-2
Fuse, Processor board, MSB 1.5A SB
395603-10-2
Power System Components
7.2V Lithium Battery Pack (Dual packs are simply two of these) (PC 227)
395413-01-0
6V 7 AH Lead Acid Cell Battery (PC 227)
395407-01-0
12V 7 AH Lead Acid Cell Battery (PC 227)
395407-02-8
6V 1 Watt Solar Panel (BP Model MSX-01) (PC 227)
395404-01-0
Mounting Kit for 1 Watt Solar Panel (PC 227)
621429-03-1-kit
12V 4.5 Watt Solar Panel (BP Model SX-5M) (PC 227)
395435-02-1
Mounting Kit for 12V 4.5 Watt Solar Panel (PC 227)
621431-01-0-kit
RTD Assemblies and Thermowells
12” Bendable RTD with 6 Foot Cable (PC 227)
392610-01-9
12” Bendable RTD with 15 Foot Cable (PC 227)
392610-02-7
12” Bendable RTD with 25 Foot Cable (PC 227)
392610-03-5
Spare Ferrite Bead for RTD Wires (loop wires through & around once) (PC 834)
395449-01-4
Thermowell, 2 1/2” insertion length, 316 Stainless Steel (PC 463)
388908-02-5
Thermowell, 4 1/2” insertion length, 316 Stainless Steel (PC 463)
388908-03-3
Thermowell, 7 1/2” insertion length, 316 Stainless Steel (PC 463)
388908-05-0
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Spare Parts, continued
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Smart Gauge Pressure Sensors
396865-02-0
300”
25 psi
100 psi
300 psi
1000 psi
2000 psi
NOTE! This is the replacement sensor, only,
and is appropriate only for products that
included a gauge pressure sensor to begin
with.
A gauge pressure sensor cannot be added to
a unit that was shipped without one.
Internal Cable to Processor Board
396865-04-6
396865-06-2
396865-07-0
396865-09-7
396865-12-7
396612-02-4
Polyphaser
Polyphaser Surge Arrestor
396115-01-2
Cermetek Modem and Hardware
Cermetek Modem
400000-01-6
Hardware Kit for the Cermetek Modem
621588-02-4-kit
Cables, Miscellaneous
Internal Serial Cable, Bottom of Door-to-COM 1 on Processor Board
396646-05-0
Grounding Cable (Spade Lug on One End)
396710-01-8
Grounding Cable
396081-01-0
Power and RS 232 Interface Cables used with Radios
Freewave Radio Interface
396369-02-2
MDS Power Cable - all models except iNet
396610-01-3
MDS Power Cable for iNet
396652-02-6
MDS Transnet Serial Cable
396639-02-0
MDS 4710, 9710, 9810 Serial Cable
392635-03-8
MDS entraNet Serial Cable
MDS iNet Serial Cable
Note: Some of the serial cables require the
hood to be removed to fit into the connector.
396640-02-8
396641-02-4
Internal Coaxial Cables, Radio-to-Bulkhead or Radio-to-Polyphaser
Radio-to-Bulkhead (no Polyphaser) ‘N’ type for MDS 4710, 9710, 9810
395473-01-2
Radio-to-Bulkhead (no Polyphaser) ‘SMA’ type for Freewave Radio
396306-01-2
Radio-to-Bulkhead (no Polyphaser) ‘TNC’ type for MDS Transnet, entraNet and iNet
396637-01-9
Radio-to-Polyphaser, ‘N’ type for MDS 4710, 9710, 9810
396108-01-6
Radio-to-Polyphaser, ‘SMA’ type for Freewave Radio
396306-02-0
Radio-to-Polyphaser, ‘TNC’ type for MDS Transnet, entraNet and iNet
396638-01-5
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Spare Parts, continued
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Mounting Hardware and Miscellaneous Package Items
2” Pipe Clamp Assembly
388931-01-9
2” Pipe / Wall Mount Bracket (2 brackets are required)
396666-01-9
Screw for Pipe Mount Bracket M6x1 20 mm (2 screws per bracket are required)
396726-01-1
Dessicant Pack, X Corrode
391189-03-4
TeleCounter Pulser Assembly - Replacement Hardware
Replacement TeleCounter Assembly with Housing (CW) 10 pulse/rev
396300-01-4
Replacement TeleCounter Assembly with Housing (CCW) 10 pulse/rev
396300-02-2
Replacement TeleCounter “guts,” no Housing 10 pulse/rev - Specify CW or CCW
396299-01-6
Replacement TeleCounter Window
391689-01-0
Replacement Internal Circuit Board (10 pulse/rev)
400001-01-2
Standard Mounting Kit (Rockwell/Equimeter/Invensys, Roots Type)
621374-01-6-kit
American Meter Type Mounting Kit
621374-02-4-kit
TeleCounter Pulser Assembly - Digit Blanking Stickers
1st Digit (tenths)
392107-01-5
2nd Digit (ones)
392107-02-3
3rd Digit (tens)
392107-03-1
TeleCounter Pulser Assembly - Meter Index Rate Stickers
1 CF / REV
392106-01-9
5 CF / REV
392106-02-7
10 CF / REV
392106-03-5
100 CF / REV
392106-04-3
1000 CF / REV
392106-05-1
0.1 M3 / REV
392106-06-0
1 M3 / REV
392106-07-8
10 M3 / REV
392106-08-6
100 M3 / REV
392106-09-4
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Bristol® ControlWave® GFC Corrector
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