PROCESS HEATING COMPANY UNITIZED HEATER KIT Operating instructions

PROCESS HEATING COMPANY UNITIZED HEATER KIT Operating instructions
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
CLHR FUEL OIL
PREHEATER
PROCESS HEATING COMPANY, INC.
POST OFFICE BOX 84585
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98124-5885
PHONE: (206) 682-3414 FAX: (206) 682-1582
WARNINGS
1) READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL TAGS AND INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEORE COMMENCING.
2) CHECK THAT THE ELECTRICAL SERVICE WILL HANDLE THE LOAD.
UNIT MUST BE ADEQUATELY GROUNDED.
3) ALL WIRING SHOULD CONFORM TO REQUIREMENTS OF NATIONAL
AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES AND STANDARDS.
4) ONLY LICENSED ELECTRICIAN SHOULD CONNECT POWER TO PANEL
AND SYSTEM.
5) NEVER EXPOSE HEATER TUBES TO AIR WITH POWER ON.
6) CARE SHOULD BE USED WHEN WORKING AROUND TUBES WHEN
CLEANING OR INSTALLING. WALLS ARE LESS THEN ¼” THICK.
7) IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE RATINGS OR
INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR OR THE
FACTORY. PHONE (206) 682-3414 FAX (206) 682-1582
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ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1) THESE INSTRUCTIONS CANNOT POSSIBLY COVER EVERY SITUATION
CONCERNING THE OPERATION, INSPECTION, ADJUSTMENT AND TEST
OF THE EQUIPMENT FURNISHED. PROCESS HEATING COMPANY
(PHCo), IN THE FURNISHING OF THIS EQUIPMENT AND THESE
INSTRUCTIONS, MUST PRESUME THAT THE OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE PERSONEL USING THIS EQUIPMENT HAVE SUFFICIENT
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO APPLY SOUND
SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL PRACTICES WHICH MAY NOT BE
MENTIONED.
2) IN APPLICATIONS WHERE PHCo FURNISHED EQUIPMENT THAT IS TO
BE INTEGRATED WITH A PROCESS OR OTHER EQUIPMENT, THESE
INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY REVIEWED TO DETERMINE
THE PROPER INTEGRATION OF THE EQUIPMENT INTO THE OVERALL
PLANT OR SYSTEM OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES.
3) PHCo DOES NOT SUPPLY, RECOMMEND OR APPROVE THE VARIOUS
SYSTEMS IN WHICH ITS PRODUCTS ARE OR MAY BE USED. UNLESS
DESIGNED, MANUFACTURED AND USED PROPERLY, VARIOUS
SYSTEMS MAY BE INHERENTLY UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS. THE USER
SHOULD CHECK AND COMPLY WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL
REGULATIONS AND OTHER REGULATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
SUCH AS: NFPA, UL, API, OSHA, ETC.
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INTRODUCTION
In burning heavier fuel and waste oils some oils some means of viscosity
control is required. PHCo Preheaters installed in the fuel supply line to the
burner function perfectly towards this goal. Burning of some heavy oils will
require a two (2) step system as these oils become unpumpable at low
ambient temperatures. If this type of fuel is selected, a PHCo Unitized
Heater should be installed in the storage tank to hold the oil at a pumpable
temperature. This tank should also be insulated and have some form of
agitation installed to keep the oil from separating and settling. Agitation
can be accomplished several ways; a recirculating pump, paddle or
propeller type agitation will work fine. When using heavy oils especially in
cold climates some sort of heat trace may be needed to keep the pump,
strainer, relief valves and lines from freezing. PHCo can help with various
types of systems, please consult the factory. After heat trace is installed a
weather tight insulation job is a must for economical operation.
A properly sized burner feed pump is crucial to any systems operation.
The pump should be sized to deliver 125% - 150% of the maximum fuel
usage by the burner. The pump suction line should also contain strainers
adequate for removal of any foreign objects that could either damage the
pump or clog the metering system and nozzle. Various types of strainers
are available and many will do an adequate job. Double basket type
strainers are especially convenient since they allow the baskets to be
cleaned without shutting down the burner.
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INSTALLATION
1) THE PHCO PREHEATER SHOULD BE INSTALLED ON ANY LEVEL
STABLE FOUNDATION. THE HEATER IS PLUMBED BETWEEN THE
DISCHARGE OF THE PUMP AND THE BURNER. THE BY PASS LINE
FROM THE BURNER RELIEF VALVE MUST RETURN TO THE PUMP
SUCTION AND NOT THE HOLDING TANK. THIS IS TO AVOID ADDING
HEAT TO THE STORAGE TANK AND TO REDUCE THE ELECTRICAL
LOAD BY RETURNING HEATED OIL TO THE SYSTEM.
2) THE INLET IS ON THE BOTTOM OF THE UNIT. THE DISCHARGE IS AT
THE TOP OF THE UNIT. CAUTION: THESE FITTINGS MUST BE USED
ONLY AS THE INLET AND DISCHARGE IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN
CORRECT TEMPERATURE CONTROL AND OPERATE SAFELY.
3) FITTINGS ARE ALL STANDARD PIPE THREAD. PROPER FIT AND A
GOOD QUALITY THREAD SEALANT ARE RECOMMENDED. UNIONS MAY
BE USED AT CONNECTION POINTS TO ALLOW THE UNIT TO BE MOVED
FOR CLEANING.
4) ELECTRICALLY, PHCO PREHEATERS REQUIRE THAT MAIN
SERVICE NEED BE SUPPLIED TO THE LINE SIDE LUGS ON THE
MAIN DISCONNECT SWITCH. PROPERLY SIZED CONDUIT
ENCLOSED CONDUCTORS SHOULD BE USED. SEE LABLE
INSIDE CONTROL PANEL FOR VOLTAGE, PHASE AND CURRENT
RATINGS.
5) THERMOCOUPLES FOR BOTH THE HIGH LIMIT AND MAIN
TEMPERATURE CONTROL ARE INSTALLED IN THE UNIT. THE
MAIN CONTROL SENSOR IS INSERTED IN THE DISCHARGE TEE,
THE HIGH LIMIT SENSOR IS INSTALLED IN THE PIPE BODY OT
THE TOP HEATER UNIT (IN MULTIPLE HEATER ASSEMBLIES).
CONNECT BOTH SENSORS TO THE TERMINAL BLOCK IN THE
CONTROL PANEL USING THE INCLUDED EXTENSION WIRE.
PLEASE NOTE AND MAINTAIN THERMOCOUPLE POLARITY.
6) THERE IS AN OIL FLOW SWITCH LOCATED IN THE HEATER DISCHARGE
PIPING. THIS SWITCH WILL NOT ALLOW THE HEATER TO ENERGIZE
UNLESS THERE IS SUFFICIENT OIL FLOW. THE FLOW SWITCH MUST
BE CONNECTED TO THE TERMINAL BLOCK IN THE CONTROL PANEL.
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7) INDIVIDUAL HEATERS NEED TO BE CONNECTED TO THE LOAD
FUSING IN THE CONTROL PANEL. WIRING SHOULD BE CONDUIT
ENCLOSED AND OF PROPER SIZE FOR RATED HEATER LOAD.
BE SURE TO “PACK AND POUR THE SEAL-OFFS” AS PER
ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS. RATINGS ARE SHOWN ON THE
WIRING BOX COVER OF EACH HEATER.
8) ALL WIRING SHOULD BE DONE BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
AND MEET ALL NEC AND LOCAL CODES.
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OPERATION
1) HEATER MUST ONLY BE OPERATED WHEN UNIT IS FULL OF OIL AND
PUMP IS RUNNING. TURN ON THE MAIN DISCONNECT SWITCH.
2) PUSH THE RED HIGH LIMIT RESET PUSHBUTTON TO PULL IN THE
CONTACTOR AND PROVIDE LOAD POWER.
3) THE INDICATING TEMPERATURE CONTROL (IN ENCLOSURE DOOR)
SHOULD BE SET TO DESIRED PROCESS TEMPERATURE BY PRESSING
UP/DOWN ARROWS AND THEN PRESSING ENTER (HALF CIRCLE) KEY
(FACTORY SET TO 125°F).
4) THE HIGH LIMIT CONTROL (PROCESS TEMPERATURE SENSING) IN
THE PANEL, MOUNTED ON THE BACK PANEL UNDER THE MAIN
CONTROLLER TO THE LEFT SIDE, SENSES PROCESS TEMPERATURE
AND WILL DISCONNECT POWER TO THE HEATERS IF OVER
TEMPERATURE OCCURS. SETPOINT SHOULD BE APROXIMATELY 20°
TO 25°F ABOVE PROCESS TEMPERATURE. WHEN THE TEMPERATURE
RETURNS TO BELOW THE HIGH LIMIT SETPOINT THE POWER WILL
RETURNED TO THE HEATING CIRCUIT ALLOWING THE HEATERS TO
COME ON BUT THE RED HIGH LIMIT RESET PUSHBUTTON WILL BE
ILLUMINATED UNTIL MANUALLY RESET (INDICATING THAT THERE WAS
A HIGH LIMIT OCCURANCE). THE CAUSE OF THE MALFUNCTION
SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED AT ONCE. POSSIBLE REASONS ARE:
• Thermocouple failure on the main temperature controller (indicated by “no”
in the upper display of the controller).
• “Over Ranging” of the main temperature controller (indicated by “over” in
upper display).
• Temperature controller setting higher then Hi-Limit controller setting.
• Main temperature controller out of calibration.
• Hi-Limit controller out of calibration.
• Heater magnetic contactor locked in closed position because of “welded”
contacts or mechanical binding.
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MAINTANENCE
1) PERIODICALLY CHECK ALL WIRING CONNECTIONS TO INSURE THEY
ARE TIGHT AND FREE OF OXIDATION.
2) PERIODICALLY CHECK CONTACTS ON THE CONTACTORS FOR WEAR
AND REPLACE CONTACTOR IF WORN.
3) CLEANING INSIDE THE UNIT AS MENTIONED BEFORE IS IMPORTANT
AND SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTED. A PROPER CLEANING SCHEDULE
MUST BE SET UP AND ADHERED TO FOR CORRECT HEATER
OPERATION. CLEANING CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED BY FLUSHING THE
UNIT WITH SOLVENT OR DIESEL FUEL. LENGTH OF INTERVAL
BETWEEN CLEANING WILL VARY WITH USE AND OIL TYPE.
4) THE INDIVIDUAL HEATER TUBES CAN BE REMOVED FOR A THOROUGH
CLEANING AND BUILD-UP REMOVAL. REMOVE THE “GROOVLOK”
FITTING ON THE TUBE AND PULL OUT THE INNER HEATER TUBE FROM
THE OUT SHELL. REMOVE ALL SLUDGE AND BUILD-UP ON TUBE AND
INSIDE SHELL. REPLACE HEATER TUBE, INSTALL NEW GASKET AND
REPLACE FITTING.
5) KEEPING THE SUCTION STRAINERS CLEAN WILL HELP MAINTAIN
PROPER OIL FLOW AND ALSO HELP KEEP THE HEATER CLEAN.
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SEALOFF INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove plug from seal off fitting.
2. Pack around wires creating blockages on both sides. Leave a minimum of 1” of wires exposed in center.
3. Fill seal off fitting with plastic porcelain (mixing instructions below).
4. Replace plug in seal off fitting.
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS
Powder is an inorganic, chemical-setting, magnesium oxide base material that is mixed with water as used. Powder
develops minimum expansion while hardening into a porcelain-like body.
Recommended mix ratio is 5 parts powder to 1 part water, by weight. Gradually add powder to warm water while mixing
until consistency is obtained. Mixing may be done with a slow-speed mixer or by hand with a spatula. Minimum amount
of water should be used as excess water reduces mechanical strength and delays set time. Failure of the cement to
adhere indicates setting has begun – discard cement, do not attempt to retemper by adding more water.
Powder hardens with an internal chemical-setting action in 18 – 24 hours at ambient temperature. If it is desired to
accelerate the cure, low temperatures, oven drying at 180°F can be used. Avoid steaming while drying.
Keep powder tightly sealed when not in use.
Caution: Hazardous contents; Silica. Dust may dehydrate mucus membrane. Repeated inhalation of dust may cause
delayed lung injury.
Avoid breathing of powder by wearing respirator. Avoid contact by wearing appropriate gloves, goggles or face shields. If
powder gets into eyes, wash with copious amount of water and consult a physician. Wash hands thoroughly with soap
and water after handling and before eating or smoking.
FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY.
THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS SUBJECT TO THE TERMS &
CONDITIONS ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS DOCUMENT
and delivered to the initial user are subject to the following limited warranty: PHCo warrants its Patented
Heating Elements to be free from defects in workmanship
and materials for a period of five (5) years (one (1) year
for drop-in style) after the date of delivery to the initial
user when operated under normal use and service and in
accordance with printed instructions provided by PHCo.
All other parts and components provided by PHCo as
part of the unit are warranted to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year
f r o m d a t e o f d e l i v e r y t o t h e i n i t i a l u s e r.
PHCo
Products
Manufactured by
Process Heating Company
on
6. DISPUTES. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington without reference to its choice of law rules. Any action to enforce
any of the terms or conditions of this agreement may be commenced or maintained at the option of either party in any federal or state court located in King
County, Washington having jurisdiction over the matter, and both parties consent in advance to the exercise by such courts of jurisdiction over them personally. No action by either party arising out of or relating to this contract (including any action based upon principles of contract, tort or otherwise) may be commenced more than one (1) year after the cause of the action has accrued, and any action commenced by a party thereafter shall be dismissed at the instance of
the other party.
5. MODIFICATION OF WAIVER. No subsequent waiver or modification of this Limited Warranty and Liability shall be effective unless the same is in writing and signed by the party against whom such waiver or modification is asserted. No waiver in any one instance shall constitute a waiver of the same or any
other term or condition on any subsequent occasion. None of the express terms of this Limited Warranty and Liability may be waived or varied by course of
dealing or usage of trade.
4. AUTHORITY OF PHCo’s AGENTS. No agent, employee or representative of PHCo has any authority to bind PHCo to any other affirmation, representation, promise or warranty concerning the goods sold under this contract, unless it is in writing and included as part of the terms of this contract.
3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL PHCO OR ANYONE ELSE INVOLVED IN THE MANUFACTURE OR
SALES OF THE GOODS BE LAIBLE TO BUYER OR OTHERS FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS, EVEN IF PHCO HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILTY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR FOR ANY
DAMAGES OR SUMS PAID BY BUYER OR OTHER THIRD PARTIES. THE FOREGOING LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL APPLY
WHETHER ANY CLAIM FOR ANY SUCH DAMAGES IS BASED UPON PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
TORT, BREACH OF STATUTORY DUTY, PRINCIPLES OF INDEMNITY OR CONTRIBUTION, THE FAILURE OF ANY LIMITED OR EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY TO ACHIEVE ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER BASIS.
2. LIABILITY OF PHCo UNDER THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL EXIST ONLY IF:
a. The goods are installed, operated and tested in accordance with the PHCo approved installation and operation instruction.
b. The goods are used and maintained in conformity with installation and operation instructions approved or published by PHCo.
c. Written authorization must be given by PHCo before any warranty work is done.
The above limited warranty shall be void and no longer in effect if the goods are subject to abuse, strain, impact or loading that is greater than their normal.
1. LIMITED WARRANTY; DISCLAIMERS. PHCo warrants that the goods sold under this contract shall be free from defects in workmanship and materials
at the time delivery is tendered. If there is discovered any failure of goods to conform to this warranty within one (1) year after tender of delivery (five (5)
years in the case of immersion type heating elements other than drop-in style elements), and if Buyer notifies PHCo in writing of such fact within thirty (30)
days following such discovery, PHCo at its own expense either will repair the defective item, or replace it, or refund to Buyer the purchase price paid for that
item (with choice between repair, replacement or refund to be made solely by PHCo). The foregoing limited warranty and remedy are exclusive of all other
warranties, express or implied, and constitute PHCo’s exclusive liability, and Buyer’s exclusive remedy, on account of any claim relating to any item sold.
PHCo DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. If PHCo should elect to repair or replace a
defective item and if for any reason the repair or replacement should fail in its essential purpose (which is to provide Buyer with a non-defective item), then
PHCo’s liability nevertheless shall be limited to the purchase price charged by PHCo for the goods. PHCo shall have no liability on account of any claim asserted under principles of negligence or other tort, breach of any statutory duty, indemnity or contribution, or on any other basis, if PHCo’s liability on account
of such claim would exceed or in any respect differ from its liability under forgoing limited warranty and exclusive remedy.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing by Process Heating Company (“PHCo”), all of the following terms & conditions shall apply to its transaction with you (the
“buyer”):
2006-02-15
5011643800-DWC0
Bulletin E-90-C
C Series Temperature Controller
Instruction Sheet
Thank you very much for purchasing a Love Controls Series C Temperature Controller. Please read this instruction sheet before using
your controller to ensure proper operation and please keep this instruction sheet handy for quick reference.
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Precaution
DANGER! Caution! Electric Shock!
1. Do not touch the AC terminals while the power is supplied to the controller to prevent an electric shock.
2. Make sure power is disconnected while checking the unit inside.
3. The symbol
indicates this Controller is protected throughout by DOUBLE INSULATION or REINFORCED INSULATION
(equivalent to Class II of IEC 536).
WARNING!
Mount the controller in a location that will not be subject to excessive temperature, shock, or vibration. All models are designed for
mounting in an enclosed panel..
1. Always use recommended solder-less terminals: Fork terminal with isolation (M3 screw, width is 7.0mm, hole diameter 3.2mm).
Screw size: M3 x 6.5 (With 6.8 x 6.8 square washer). Recommended tightening torque: 0.4 N.m (4kgf.cm). Applicable wire:
Solid/twisted wire of 2 mm2, 12AWG to 24AWG. Please be sure to tighten them properly.
2. Do not allow dust or foreign objects to fall inside the controller to prevent it from malfunctioning.
3. Never modify or disassemble the controller.
4. Do not connect anything to the “Not used” terminals.
5. Make sure all wires are connected to the correct polarity of terminals.
6. Do not install and/or use the controller in places subject to: Dust or corrosive gases and liquid, high humidity and high radiation,
vibration and shock, high voltage and high frequency
7. Power must be off when wiring and changing a temperature sensor.
8. Be sure to use compensating wires that match the thermocouple types when extending or connecting the thermocouple wires.
9. Please use wires with resistance when extending or connecting a platinum resistance sensor (RTD).
10. Please keep the wire as short as possible when wiring a platinum resistance sensor (RTD) to the controller and please route
power wires as far as possible from load wires to prevent interference and induced noise.
11. This controller is an open-type unit and must be placed in an enclosure away from high temperature, humidity, dripping water,
corrosive materials, airborne dust and electric shock or vibration.
12. Please make sure power cables and signals from instruments are all installed properly before energizing the controller, otherwise
serious damage may occur.
13. Please do not touch the terminals in the controller or try to repair the controller when power is applied to prevent an electric
shock.
14. Wait at least one minute after power is disconnected to allow capacitors to discharge, and please do not touch any internal circuit
within this period.
15. Do not use acid or alkaline liquids for cleaning. Please use a soft, dry cloth to clean the controller.
16. This instrument is not furnished with a power switch or fuse. Therefore, if a fuse or power switch is required, install the protection
close to the instrument. Recommended fuse rating: Rated voltage 250 V, Rated current 1 A. Fuse type: Time-lag fuse
17. Note: This controller does not provide overcurrent protection. Use of this product requires that suitable overcurrent protection
device(s) must be added to ensure compliance with all relevant electrical standards and codes. (Rated 250 V, 15 Amps max). A
suitable disconnecting device should be provided near the controller in the end-use installation.
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Display, LED, and Pushbuttons
PV
SV
displays process value
displays setpoint value.
INDEX: advances the display to the next menu item.
UP ARROW: Increments a value or changes a menu item.
DOWN ARROW: Increments a value or changes a menu item.
ENTER: stores the value or item change.
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Input Temperature Sensor Type
Platinum resistance (Pt100) type3
Temperature Sensor Type and Temperature Range
Register Value
LED Display
15
Temperature Range
o
0.0 to 100.0 C
o
Platinum resistance (Pt100) type2
14
-20.0 to 500.0 C
Platinum resistance (Pt100) type1
13
-200 to 600 C
Platinum resistance (JPt100) type2
12
0.0 to 100.0 C
Platinum resistance (JPt100) type1
11
-20.0 to 400.0 C
Thermocouple (TC) B type
10
100 to 1800 C
o
o
o
o
o
Thermocouple (TC) S type
9
0 to 1700 C
Thermocouple (TC) R type
8
0 to 1700 C
Thermocouple (TC) N type
7
-200 to 1300 C
o
o
o
Thermocouple (TC) E type
6
0 to 600 C
Thermocouple (TC) T type2
5
-20.0 to 400.0 C
Thermocouple (TC) T type1
4
-200 to 400 C
Thermocouple (TC) J type2
3
-20.0 to 400.0 C
Thermocouple (TC) J type1
2
-100 to 850 C
Thermocouple (TC) K type2
1
-20.0 to 500.0 C
o
o
o
o
o
o
Thermocouple (TC) K type1
0
-200 to 1300 C
Thermocouple (TC) L type
16
-200 to 850 C
Thermocouple (TC) U type
17
-200 to 500 C
Thermocouple (TC) Txk type
18
-200 to 800 C
o
o
o
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Operation
There are three modes of operation: operation, regulation and initial setting. When power is applied, the controller will default to the
operation mode. Press the
key to switch to regulation mode. If the
key is pressed for more than 3 seconds, the controller will
switch to the initial setting mode. Pressing the
key while in the regulation mode or initial setting mode, forces the controller to return
to the operation mode. PV/SV : Sets the temperature set point and displays the temperature process value. Use the
and
keys to
set the temperature set point.
Setting method: While in any function mode, press the
key to select the desired function and use the
and
keys to change
settings. Press
key to save the changes. Menu items are listed below.
Regulation Mode
Operation Mode
(Set in PID control and RUN mode)
Use
key to
set temperature set point
Press
Press
Auto-tuning
Set proportional band (Kp)
(in PID control)
Press
Set integral time (Ki)
(in PID control)
Press
Set derivative time (Kt)
(in PID control)
Press
Initial Setting Mode
Set input type
Press
Set temperature unit
Control setting RUN or STOP
do not display when analog input
Press
Press
Upper-limit alarm 1
(This parameter is available only when
ALA1 function enables)
Press
Set upper-limit of
temperature range
Press
Set lower-limit of
temperature range
Lower-limit alarm 1
(This parameter is available only when
ALA1 function enables)
Press
Press
or
P/PD control offset (when
Upper-limit alarm 2
PID control is ON and Ki=0 set the value of (This parameter is available only when
ALA2 function enables)
PdoF. If Ki≠0, AT (auto-tuning, will
Press
automatically set the value of ioF.
Press
or
Heating/Cooling hysteresis.
Lower-limit alarm 2
(in ON/OFF control)
(This parameter is available only when
ALA2 function enables)
Press
Press
Sets Control Method: on/off, PID, or
manual.
Select heating or cooling control.
Press
Heating/Cooling
control cycle setting
(Set in PID control mode)
Alarm 1 mode setting
Setting lock mode
or
Press
Press
Press
Regulate temperature
deviation value
Press
Display and adjust output value.
Press
Regulate upper-limit of analog
output value
(The setting display when analog output)
Press
Regulate lower-limit of analog
output value
(The setting display when analog output)
Press
to return to auto-tuning mode
Alarm 2 mode setting
Press
Communication write function
enable/disable
Press
Communication address
setting
Press
Communication baud
rate setting
Press
Data length setting
Press
Parity bit setting
Press
Stop bit setting
Press
Parameters List
1. Operation Mode: The default mode after start-up
LED
Explanation
) or Stop (
RUN/STOP: Control setting. Run (
to return input type setting
) mode on the SV display.
Default
RUN
o
ALARM 1 HIGH: Upper limit for alarm 1. (Only available when alarm is set in the initial setting mode).
4.0 C
ALARM 1 LOW: Lower limit for alarm 1. (Only available when alarm is set in the initial setting mode).
4.0 C
ALARM 2 HIGH: Upper limit for alarm 2. (Only available when alarm is set in the initial setting mode).
4.0 C
o
o
o
ALARM 2 LOW: Lower limit for alarm 2. (Only available when alarm is set in the initial setting mode).
4.0 C
Lock Function Setting: LoC1, LoC2, or OFF. LoC1 mode will lock all settings, LoC2 locks everything
and
keys simultaneously, to OFF
except the setpoint value, and OFF will not lock any settings. Press
release the lock status.
OUT: The Output value adjustment and display in manual tuning control. (Not available in ON/OFF or
0
Auto-tuning control).
2. Regulation Mode: Control parameters Settings
LED
Explanation
AT (Auto-Tuning): ON or OFF, when set ON, the execution of the auto-tuning function in PID control
mode is automatically started. (Only available when PID control is selected in initial settings)
P (Proportional Band in PID control): Sets P value.
Default
OFF
47.6
I (Integral Time in PID control): Sets I value.
260
D (Derivative Time in PID control): Sets D value.
PdoF: Offset output when P or PD control function is on. PID in initial settings is selected and the value
of Ki (Integral Time in regulation mode) is equal to zero.
ioF: Default value of integral volume when PID control is ON and the Ki (Integral Time in regulation
mode) is not equal to zero. AT function can automatically set this parameter when PID control is active
and Ki≠0.
HtS (Heating Hysteresis): Available only in ON/OFF control. Sets the value the heating hysteresis.
41
0
0
0
CtS (Cooling Hysteresis): Available only in ON/OFF control. Sets the value the cooling hysteresis.
HtPd: PID heating control cycle setting. Only available when a PID control is selected in the initial
settings.
ClPd: PID cooling control cycle setting. Only available when a PID control is selected in the initial
settings.
TPoF: Regulates the temperature deviation value.
0
CrHi: Regulates the 20 mA output deviation value.
0
CrLo: Regulates the 4 mA output deviation value.
0
HtS (Heating Hysteresis): Available only in ON/OFF control. Sets the value the heating hysteresis.
0
Output Selection:
Voltage: 4 sec.
Relay : 20 sec.
0
3. Initial Setting Mode: Initial settings of the controller and communication parameters
LED
Explanation
INPUT: Select input temperature sensor type
(Please refer to the contents of the “Temperature Sensor Type and Temperature Range” for detail)
Engineering Unit(°F or °C): Select engineering unit F or C.
Default
PT2
o
C
T-High: Upper limit for temperature range.
500.0
T-Low: Lower limit for temperature range.
CONTROL METHOD (ON/OFF, PID, or manual tuning [
point value.
-20.0
]): Sets the control method for the set
PID
Control Action (Direct or Reverse Acting): Cooling [Cool] or heating [HEAT].
HEAT
ALARM 1: Alarm 1 setting. (See Alarm Output Section for set values and descriptions).
0
ALARM 2: Alarm 2 setting. (See Alarm Output Section for set values and descriptions).
0
C WE: Write-in function disabled/enabled. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial
communication.
C NO: Address setting. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial communication.
OFF
1
BPS: Baud rate setting. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial communication.
9600
Length: Data length setting. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial communication.
7
Parity: Parity bit setting. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial communication.
E
Stop Bit: Stop bit setting. Can be set only when unit is equipped with serial communication.
1
Execution :
The programming execution is initiated through
in the operation mode.
is set to
, the program will start to execute in order from the step 0 of the start pattern.
When
is set to
, the program will stop and the control output is disabled
When
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Heating and Cooling
Temperature control can be achieved either by heating or cooling. Please refer to the following for the operation: Settings for heat or
cool operation are found in the initial settings mode under
.
, for heating (reverse) control on Output 1.
Select
, for cooling (forward) control on Output 1
Select
„
Input Error Indication
Setting
Measured temperature value exceeds
Temperature sensor is not connected
value
the temperature range
PV
Unknown input
SV
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Alarm Outputs
Depending on the controller model, there can be up to two alarm outputs. Each alarm output can be configured for an alarm type
listed below. Alarm types are set in the initial setting mode. The alarm output is activated whenever the process temperature value
(PV) is getting higher or lower than the set point of alarm limit.
Set
Value
0
1
2
3
4
Alarm Type
Alarm Output Operation
Alarm function disabled
Output OFF
ON
Deviation upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value OFF
SV-(AL-L) SV
SV+(AL-H) or lower than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
ON
Deviation upper-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value OFF
SV
SV+(AL-H).
ON
Deviation lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is lower than the setting value OFF
SV-(AL-L) SV
SV-(AL-L).
ON
Reverse deviation upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is in the range of the setting value OFF
SV-(AL-L) SV
SV+(AL-H) and SV-(AL-L).
SV+(AL-H)
SV+(AL-H)
SV+(AL-H)
Absolute value upper- and lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value
AL-H or lower than setting value AL-L.
Absolute value upper-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is higher than the setting value
6
AL-H.
Absolute value lower-limit:
This alarm output operates when PV value is lower than the setting value AL7
L.
Deviation upper- and lower-limit with standby sequence:
This alarm output operates when PV value reaches set point (SV value) and
8
the value is higher than the setting value SV+(AL-H) or lower than the setting
value SV-(AL-L).
Deviation upper-limit with standby sequence:
This alarm output operates when PV value reaches set point (SV value) and
9
the reached value is higher than the setting value SV+(AL-H).
Deviation lower-limit with standby sequence:
10
This alarm output operates when PV value reaches the set point (SV value)
and the reached value is lower than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
Hysteresis alarm output:
Heating control: This alarm output operates if PV value is higher than the
11
setting value SV+(AL-H). This alarm output is OFF when PV value is lower
than the setting value SV+(AL-L).
Hysteresis alarm output:
Cooling control: This alarm output operates if PV value is lower than the
12
setting value SV-(AL-H). This alarm output is OFF when PV value is higher
than the setting value SV-(AL-L).
(Note: AL-H and AL-L include AL1H, AL2H and AL1L, AL2L)
5
ON
OFF
AL-H
AL-L
ON
OFF
AL-H
ON
OFF
AL-L
ON
OFF
SV-(AL-L)
SV
SV+(AL-H)
SV
SV+(AL-H)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SV-(AL-L)
SV
ON
OFF
SV
AL-L AL-H
ON
OFF
AL-H AL-L SV
With the standby sequence, the alarm output will be temporarily disabled until the PV value reaches the set value. Then, the alarm
output will operate. Once the alarming output operation is activated, there is a 1.5 sec. delay time to avoid any malfunction.
7
Input Voltage
Operation Voltage Range
Power Consumption
Memory Protection
Display Method
Sensor Type
Control Mode
Control Output
Display Accuracy
Sampling Rate
RS-485 Communication
Vibration Resistance
Shock Resistance
Ambient Temperature
Storage Temperature
Altitude
Relative Humidity
Specification
100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
85% to 110% of rated voltage
5VA max.
EEPROM 4K bit (non-volatile memory (number of writes: 100,000)
2 line x 4 character 7-segment LED display Process value(PV): Red color, Set point(SV): Green
color
Thermocouple: K, J, T, E, N, R, S, B, L, U, TXK
3-wire Platinum RTD: Pt100, JPt100
PID, ON/OFF, Manual or Auto-tuning.
Relay output: SPDT (SPST on the 1/16 DIN size series16C), Max. load 250VAC, 5A resistive load
Voltage pulse output: DC 14V, Max. output current 40mA
Current output: DC 4 ~ 20m A output (Load resistance: Max. 600Ω)
0.1% of measuring range.
0.5 sec.
MODBUS ASCII communication protocol (only on models designated with serial communication).
10 to 55Hz, 10m/s2 for 10min, each in X, Y and Z directions
Max. 300m/ s2, 3 times in each 3 axes, 6 directions
32 oF to 122 oF (0 oC to +50 oC)
-4 oF to 150 oF (-20 oC to +65 oC)
2000m or less
0% to 80% (non-condensing)
Plan Cutout and External Dimensions
Panel Cutout [dimensions are in mm (in.)]
Terminals Identification
60.0 min.
(2.36)
NO
-
45.0 +0.6
-0
(1.77) +0.02
-0
RTD
+0.6
45.0 -0
(1.77) +0.02
-0
+ +
IN
Tc
50/60 Hz
NO
12 N 5VA
14V DC
3 8 COM
4 9
13 ALM 2
DATA-
RS-485
14 ALM 1
3A
250Vac
3A
250Vac
5 10 DATA+ 15 COM
- -
mm
(in)
L
1 6 OUT2/ 11
AC 100~240V
ALM3
2 7
COM
+
16C
OUT1
14VDC
or
4~20mA
or
0~10V
+
65.0 min.
(2.56)
-
8
DATA+
RS-485
DATA-
1 11
L
2 12
N
AC 100~240V
50~60Hz /5VA
3 13
4 14
COM
5 15 ALM2
6 16 COM
8C
7 17
8 18
RTD
+
Tc
-
or
DATA+
RS-485
DATA-
ALM1
NC
3A 250Vac
3A 250Vac
5A 250Vac
9 19 NO
-
DC 4~20mA 14Vdc
10 20 COM
+
1 11
L
2 12
N
AC 100~240V
50~60Hz /5VA
3 13
4 14
COM
5 15 ALM2
6 16 COM
4C
7 17
RTD
+
Tc
-
or
8 18
ALM1
NC
9 19 NO
3A 250Vac
3A 250Vac
5A 250Vac
-
DC 4~20mA 14Vdc
10 20 COM
+
9
16C
External Dimensions
Dimensions are in millimeter (inch)
4C
8C
10
Mounting
Mounting Method
Step 1: Insert the controller through the panel cutout.
Step 2: Insert the mounting bracket into the mounting groove at
the top and bottom of the controller
Step 3: Push the mounting bracket forward until the bracket stops
at panel wall.
Step 4: Insert and tighten screws on bracket to secure the
controller in place. (The screw torque should be 0.8kgf-cm to
1.5kgf-cm)
Mounting Bracket Installation
16C/8C/4C Mounting Method:
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION SHEET
DESCRIPTION:
MODEL:
120L-17JZ333
CUSTOMER PN:
DIN Rail/Surface Mtg. Temp Limit Controller
Input Voltage:
Control Output:
Control Mode:
Control Action:
REV:
-
DATE:
Process Heating
10/17/06
Set Point Range:
Setpoint Adj.:
Sensor Type:
Compensation:
Control Stability:
Set Point Accuracy:
Sensor Failure Prot:
Amb. Oper. Temp:
115VAC ±15%, 50/60Hz, 3VA Max.
SPDT Relay, N.O. contacts rated 8 Amps Res. 240VAC, 100,000 cycles
Relay de-energizes on temperature rise (N.O. contacts open).
Latching with manual reset (Reset terminals open) or On-Off with 2oF Hyst. (Reset
terminals shorted) .
Cycle power off & on or momentarily short Reset terminals with N.O. momentary
switch (customer supplied).
.
0 to 300oF
Local SP pot with dual oF/oC graduated scales
“J” Thermocouple
Automatic cold junction compensation
Typically better than ±5mV/oF ambient and .01% of span/% rated line voltage
±3% of FS maximum at 25o C and rated line voltage
Contacts open for thermocouple break
0 to 55oC (32 to 131oF )
MECHANICAL
Enclosure Material:
Field Terminations:
Mounting:
Noryl, Black color
Screw termininals with wire clamping plat es and touch safe shield.
35mm DIN rail and surface mounting base
Manual Reset:
AGENCY APPROVALSUL 873 & CUL per CSA C22.2 No. 24 File #E105669
DIMENSIONS:
Scale shown for reference
only. Actual scale
graduations depend on
SP range above.
3.30”
2.50”
Horz. Panel
Mtg. Centers
2.75”
Max.
Set Point
Adjust
Temperature
Controller
120L
US
C
1
2.53”
2
3
4
5
6
+
N.C.
L1
L2
115VAC
50/60Hz
Input Volts
LTR
7
-
COM
8
35mm
DIN Rail
3.00”
Vert. Panel
Mtg.Centers
9
.387”
N.O.
Relay
Output
TC
Sensor
DESCRIPTION
DATE
Z Y T R O N C O N T R O L P R O D U C T S , I N C . 20 Lexington Ave. , Trenton, NJ 08618
Instruction
Bulletin
Boletín de
instrucciones
39000-285-01D
01/2005
Huntington, IN USA
Directives
d'utilisation
Replaces / Reemplaza / Remplace 39000-285-01C 02/1997
Industrial Control Transformer
Transformador de control industrial
Transformateur de contrôle industriel
Class
Clase
Classe
Type
Tipo
Type
9070
T, TF
Retain for future use. / Conservar para uso futuro. / À conserver pour usage ultérieur.
RECEIVING
RECIBO
RÉCEPTION
Inspect the transformer for damage.
If damaged, notify and file a claim
with the carrier. Contact the supplier
for repair or replacement.
Realice una inspección visual del
transformador para ver si encuentra
daños. Si ha encontrado daños, notifique a
la compañía de transportes y presente una
reclamación. Comuníquese con el
proveedor para obtener detalles sobre la
reparación o sustitución del equipo.
Inspecter le transformateur pour
rechercher les dommages. En cas de
dommage, prière d’aviser l’entreprise de
transport et de faire une déclaration
auprès de celle-ci. Contacter le fournisseur
pour les réparations ou le remplacement.
PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUCIONES
PRÉCAUTIONS
DANGER / PELIGRO / DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
• Apply appropriate personal
protective equipment (PPE) and
follow safe electrical work
practices. See NFPA 70E.
• This equipment must only be
installed and serviced by qualified
electrical personnel in
accordance with the National
Electrical Code® (NEC®) and any
other applicable codes or
standards.
• Turn off all power supplying this
equipment before working on or
inside equipment.
• Always use a properly rated
voltage sensing device to confirm
power is off.
• Replace all devices, doors and
covers before turning on power to
this equipment.
PELIGRO DE DESCARGA ELÉCTRICA,
EXPLOSIÓN O DESTELLO POR
ARQUEO
• Utilice equipo de protección personal
(EPP) apropiado y siga las prácticas de
seguridad eléctrica establecidas por su
Compañía, consulte la norma 70E de
NFPA.
• Solamente el personal eléctrico
especializado deberá instalar y prestar
servicio de mantenimiento a este equipo
de acuerdo con las normas del Código
nacional eléctrico de los EUA (NEC®) o
NOM-001-SEDE así como con cualquier
otra norma y código local
correspondiente.
• Desenergice el equipo antes de realizar
cualquier trabajo en él.
• Siempre utilice un dispositivo detector de
tensión nominal adecuado para
confirmar la desenergización del equipo.
RISQUE D'ÉLECTROCUTION,
D'EXPLOSION OU D'ÉCLAIR D'ARC
• Portez un équipement de protection
personnelle (ÉPP) approprié et
observez les méthodes de travail
électrique sécuritaire. Voir NFPA 70E.
• Seul un personnel qualifié doit effectuer
l'installation et l'entretien de cet appareil
conformément au Code National de
l’Électricité (NEC®; É.-U.) et tout autre
code et norme applicables.
• Coupez l'alimentation de l'appareil
avant d'y travailler.
• Utilisez toujours un dispositif de
détection de tension ayant une valeur
nominale appropriée pour s'assurer
que l'alimentation est coupée.
• Replacez tous les dispositifs, les portes
et les couvercles avant de mettre
l'appareil sous tension.
• Vuelva a colocar todos los dispositivos,
las puertas y las cubiertas antes de
volver a energizar el equipo.
Failure to follow these
instructions will result in death or
serious injury.
El incumplimiento de estas
instrucciones podrá causar la muerte o
lesiones serias.
Si ces directives ne sont pas
respectées, cela entraînera la mort ou
des blessures graves.
1. On the nameplate, verify that the
transformer kVA and voltage are
correct for the line and load.
1. Consulte la placa de datos y verifique
que los kVA y tensión del
transformador sean los correctos para
la línea y carga.
1. Sur la plaque signalétique, vérifier si
les kVA et la tension du transformateur
sont corrects pour la ligne et la charge.
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Industrial Control Transformer
Transformador de control industrial
Transformateur de contrôle industriel
39000-285-01D
01/2005
2. Install the transformer only in a
well-ventilated area that is free
from explosive or corrosive
gases, vapor, or excessive dust,
dirt, and moisture.
2. Instale el transformador sólo en un área
bien ventilada libre de gases explosivos
y corrosivos, vapor o demasiado polvo,
suciedad y humedad.
2. Installer le transformateur seulement
dans une zone bien ventilée,
dépourvue de gaz ou de vapeur
explosif ou corrodant, ou de poussière,
de saletés et d’humidité excessives.
3. Ensure a free flow of air around
the transformer. Do not exceed
surrounding air temperature of
40° C (104° F).
3. Asegúrese de que circule el aire
alrededor del transformador y de que
no exceda la temperatura ambiente de
40° C (104° F).
3. Assurer une circulation libre de l’air
autour du transformateur. Ne pas
dépasser une température ambiante
de 40° C (104° F).
4. Use sufficient mounting hardware
to support the weight of the
transformer.
4. Utilice suficiente herrajes de montaje
para soportar el peso del
transformador.
4. Utiliser la quincaillerie de montage
suffisante pour supporter le poids du
transformateur.
PROTECTION
PROTECCIÓN
PROTECTION
Use fuses or circuit breakers in
accordance with Article 450 of the
National Electrical Code® (NEC®)
and any other applicable codes and
standards.
Utilice los fusibles o interruptores
automáticos necesarios para cumplir con los
requisitos del artículo 450 del Código
nacional eléctrico de EUA (NEC®) o
NOM-001-SEDE así como con otras normas
y códigos locales correspondientes.
Utiliser les fusibles ou les disjoncteurs
conformément à l’article 450 du Code
national de l'électricité (NEC®; É.-U.) et à
tout autre code ou norme applicable.
— For Type TF fusing, use only
Class CC rejection fuses on
the primary.
— Para la unidades tipo TF, utilice
sólo fusibles de rechazo clase CC
en el primario.
— Pour les unités type TF, utiliser
uniquement des fusibles class CC
avec dispositif de rejet sur le primaire.
— If high voltage transients are
possible, use appropriate
surge suppression.
— Utilice supresores de transitorios
apropiados si existe la posibilidad
de sobretensiones transitorias.
— Si des tensions transitoires élevées
sont possibles, utiliser une
suppression de surtension
appropriée.
ACCESSORIES
ACCESORIOS
ACCESSOIRES
To meet European Normalized (EN)
Standards, use terminal covers (not
included). Refer to the transformer
section in the Schneider Electric
Digest, and call 1-888-778-2733 for
accessory information.
Para cumplir con las normas europeas
(EN), utilice las cubiertas de terminales
(no provistas). Consulte la sección de
transformadores en el Compendiado de
Schneider Electric y llame al
1-888-778-2733 (en los EUA) para obtener
información sobre los accesorios.
Pour satisfaire aux normes européennes
(NE), utiliser des couvercles de bornes
(non fournis). Se reporter à la section des
transformateurs dans le Digest Schneider
Electric, et appeler le 1-888-778-2733
(É.-U.) pour obtenir des informations
concernant les accessoires.
CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION
CONEXIÓN E INSTALACIÓN
CONNEXION ET INSTALLATION
DANGER / PELIGRO / DANGER
2
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
TENSIÓN PELIGROSA
TENSION DANGEREUSE
Turn off power before installing or
servicing.
Desconecte la alimentación antes de
instalar o prestarle servicio.
Coupez l’alimentation avant d’installer ou
de procéder à l’entretien.
Failure to follow this instruction
will result in death or serious
injury.
El incumplimiento de esta instrucción
podrá causar la muerte o lesiones
serias.
Si cette directive n’est pas respectée,
cela entraînera la mort ou des
blessures graves.
© 1997–2005 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved / Reservados todos los derechos / Tous droits réservés
Industrial Control Transformer
Transformador de control industrial
Transformateur de contrôle industriel
39000-285-01D
01/2005
1. If necessary, install jumpers to
obtain input and/or output
voltages. If windings are tapped,
do not use jumpers.
1. Si es necesario, instale puentes de
conexión para obtener tensiones de
entrada y/o salida. Si los devanados
tienen derivaciones, no utilice puentes
de conexión.
1. Si nécessaire, installer des cavaliers
pour obtenir les tensions d’entrée ou
de sortie. Si les enroulements sont
munis de prises, ne pas utiliser de
cavaliers.
— Figure 1 on page 4 shows a
typical parallel connection to
obtain the lower of the two
possible voltages. On the
primary side, connect one
jumper to H1 and H3 and one
to H2 and H4. On the
secondary side, connect one
jumper to X2 and X4 and one
to X1 and X3.
— La figura 1 en la página 4 muestra
una conexión paralela típica para
obtener la tensión más baja posible
de las dos. En el lado del primario,
conecte un puente a H1 y H3 y el
otro puente a H2 y H4. En el lado
del secundario, conecte un puente a
X2 y X4 y el otro puente a X1 y X3.
— La figure 1 à la page 4 indique la
connexion parallèle typique pour
obtenir la tension la plus faible des
deux tensions possibles. Sur le
côté primaire, connecter un cavalier
entre H1 et H3 et un autre entre H2
et H4. Sur le côté secondaire,
connecter un cavalier entre X2 et
X4 et un autre entre X1 et X3.
— Figure 2 on page 4 shows
typical series connection to
obtain the higher of the two
possible voltages. On primary
side, connect both jumpers to
H2 and H3. On secondary
side, connect both jumpers to
X2 and X3. See the
nameplate wiring diagram for
connections.
— La figura 2 en la página 4 muestra
una conexión en serie típica para
obtener la tensión más alta posible
de las dos. En el lado del primario,
conecte ambos puentes a H2 y H3.
En el lado del secundario, conecte
ambos puentes a X2 y X3.
Consulte el diagrama de alambrado
en la placa de datos para realizar
las conexiones.
— La figure 2 à la page 4 indique la
connexion en série typique pour
obtenir la tension la plus élevée des
deux tensions possibles. Sur le
côté primaire, connecter les deux
cavaliers entre H2 et H3. Sur le
côté secondaire, connecter les
deux cavaliers entre X2 et X3. Voir
le schéma de câblage de la plaque
signalétique pour obtenir les
connexions.
2. Connect only the primary
according to the nameplate
wiring diagram (A).
2. Conecte solamente el primario según
el diagrama de alambrado en la placa
de datos (A).
2. Connecter seulement le primaire
conformément au schéma de câblage
de la plaque signalétique (A).
3. Energize the transformer.
Measure the secondary voltage
to ensure transformer voltages
are correct for the load.
3. Energice el transformador. Mida la
tensión secundaria y asegúrese de que
las tensiones del transformador sean
las correctas para la carga.
3. Mettre le transformateur sous tension.
Mesurer la tension secondaire pour
s’assurer que les tensions du
transformateur correspondent à la
charge.
4. Turn off the primary supply, and
connect the load to the
secondary terminals (B). All
terminals are not always used.
See the nameplate wiring
diagram.
4. Desconecte la fuente de alimentación
del primario y conecte la carga a las
terminales del secundario (B). No
siempre se usan todas las terminales.
Consulte el diagrama de alambrado en
la placa de datos.
4. Couper l’alimentation primaire et
connecter la charge aux bornes
secondaires (B). Les bornes ne sont
pas toujours toutes utilisées. Voir le
schéma de câblage de la plaque
signalétique.
5. Tighten all unused screws.
Torque the remaining screws
as follows:
5. Apriete todos los tornillos sin usar.
Apriete el resto de los tornillos de la
siguiente manera:
5. Serrer toutes les vis non utilisées.
Serrer les autres vis aux couples
suivants :
— 6–32 screw
7–9 lbs-in (0.8–1.0 N•m)
— Tornillo 6–32
0,8–1,0 N•m (7–9 lbs-pulg)
— Vis 6–32
0,8 à 1,0 N•m (7 à 9 lb-po)
— 8–32 screw
14–16 lb-in (1.6–1.8 N•m)
— Tornillo 8–32
1,6–1,8 N•m (14–16 lbs-pulg)
— Vis 8–32
1,6 à 1,8 N•m (14 à 16 lb-po)
— 10–24 screw
17–19 lb-in (1.9–2.2 N•m)
— Tornillo 10–24
1,9–2,2 N•m (17–19 lbs-pulg)
— Vis 10–24
1,9 à 2,2 N•m (17 à 19 lb-po)
6. If applicable, install the covers.
6. Si fuese aplicable, instale las cubiertas.
6. Le cas échéant, installer les couvercles.
7. Energize the transformer.
7. Energice el transformador.
7. Mettre le transformateur sous tension.
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Industrial Control Transformer
Transformador de control industrial
Transformateur de contrôle industriel
39000-285-01D
01/2005
MAINTENANCE
SERVICIO DE MANTENIMIENTO
ENTRETIEN
1. De-energize the transformer.
1. Desenergice el transformador.
1. Mettre le transformateur hors tension.
2. Check for loose connections and
wiring, or lead deterioration.
Tighten, insulate, or replace
where necessary.
2. Realice una inspección para ver si
encuentra conexiones y cables sueltos, o
conductores dañados. Apriete las
conexiones, aísle o reemplace los cables
o conductores que sean necesarios.
2. Rechercher les connexions et les
câbles desserrés, ou les conducteurs
endommagés. Serrer les connexions,
isoler ou remplacer les câbles ou
conducteurs lorsque nécessaire.
Figure / Figura / Figure 1 : Typical parallel connection /
Conexión paralela típica /
Connexion parallèle typique
Figure / Figura / Figure 2 : Typical series connection /
Conexión en serie típica /
Connexion en série typique
H2-H3
H1-H3
H2-H4
9
90
70
U
T2
5 L/C
50
0.2 0/60 SA
D3
5 k Hz E
1
CL
VA
5 N
OC
CL
0.1 0/60 6155
AS
K
6 k Hz 8
X4 S/CL
DA
H1
VA
A
SE
B
/C
LA
S
TE
SE
X4
13
0 ˚C
X4
H2
X2
X3
T2
5
0D
X3
B
H3
H3
X1
31
X3 110
X1
H2
02
H1
30
24
H3
0
H2
X2
44 H4
H4
04
X3
60
X1
11
H1
5
48
H3
12
X4
0
0
H2
X2
22
H4
X3
02
X1
30
X1 24
0
X4
X4
H2
22
H4
H1
CL
VA z 5 N 6
H3
OC
CL
0.1 0/60 155
AS
K
6 k Hz 8
X4 S/CL
DA
H1
VA
AS
TE
E/C
H3
LA
X4
SS
H2
E
X2
H4
13
0 ˚C
X3
X2
X1
T2
50
D3
X4
1
H1
H3
X2
X2
H1
07
U
0T
5 L/C
25
0.2 0/60 SA
0D
5k H
31
E
H1
X2
H4
X3
X3 110
X1
11
5
H3
H2
H2
22
02
H1
X2
30
H3
X3
12
0
H2
X1
H4
0
X4
22
24
44
H4
02
30
H1
H3
H
X2
X1 24
X3
X1
2
H
04 4
60
48
0
H4
0
A
A
X2-X4
X2-X3
X1-X3
Electrical equipment should be installed,
operated, serviced, and maintained only by
qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed
by Schneider Electric for any consequences
arising out of the use of this material.
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al equipo eléctrico. Schneider Electric no asume
responsabilidad alguna por las consecuencias
emergentes de la utilización de este material.
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l’utilisation, l’entretien et la maintenance du matériel
électrique. Schneider Electric n’assume aucune
responsabilité des conséquences éventuelles
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Bulletin E-22
Model V6 Flow Switch
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
SPECIFICATIONS
The Flowtect® Model V6 is an inexpensive, explosion-proof flow
switch for use on air, water or other compatible gases and liquids.
Three configurations are available - 1. Factory installed in a tee. 2.
With a trimmable vane for field adjustment and installation in a suitable tee. 3. Low flow models with an integral tee and adjustable
valve. All are available with an optional enclosure which is UL and
CSA listed, or Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX) compliant for
II 2 G
EEx d IIC T6 Process Temp)75°C.
NSTALLATION
Unpack and remove any packing material found inside lower
housing or tee.
Switch can be installed in any position but the actuation/deactuation flow rates in the charts are based on horizontal pipe runs and
are nominal values. For more precise settings, units can be factory calibrated to specific flow rates.
V6 Models with Tee are supplied in 1/2˝ - 2˝ NPT sizes. Install in
piping with arrow pointing in direction of flow.
V6 Low Flow Models have 1/2˝ NPT connections and are field
adjustable. Install in piping with arrow pointing in direction of flow.
To adjust, loosen the four socket head cap screws on bottom.
The adjustment valve rotates 90° between “O” (open) and “C”
(closed). See flow charts for approximate ranges. Tighten screws
once the required flow rate has been set.
V6 with Field Trimmable Vane. These models enable the
installer to choose approximate actuation/deactuation points by
trimming the full size vane at appropriate letter-designated marks
on a removable template. Flows are defined in the following
charts. Note that the charts are based on either brass or cast iron
reducing tees or stainless or forged steel straight tees with bushings where necessary. Install in piping with arrow pointing in direction of flow.
W.E. ANDERSON DIV., DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 358 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46361 U.S.A.
Service: Gases or liquids compatible with wetted materials.
Wetted Materials: Standard V6 Models: Vane: 301 SS; Lower Body: brass
or 303 SS; Magnet: ceramic; Other: 301, 302 SS; Tee: brass, iron, forged
steel, or 304 SS.
V6 Low Flow Models: Lower Body: brass or 303 SS; Tee: brass or 304 SS;
Magnet: ceramic; O-ring: Buna-N standard, Viton® optional; Other: 301, 302
SS.
Temperature Limits: -4 to 220°F (-20 to 105°C) Standard, MT high temperature option 400°F (205°C) (MT not UL, CSA or ATEX) ATEX Compliant
AT Option Ambient Temperature -4 to 167°F (-20 to 75°C) Process Temperature: -4 to 220°F (-20 to 105°C).
Pressure Limit: Brass lower body with no tee models 1000 psig (69 bar),
303 SS lower body with no tee models 2000 psig (138 bar). Brass tee models 250 psi (17.2 bar), iron tee models 1000 psi (69 bar), forged and stainless steel tee models 2000 psi (138 bar), low flow models 1450 psi (100 bar).
Enclosure Rating: Weatherproof and Explosion-proof. Listed with UL and
CSA for Class I, Groups A, B, C and D; Class II, Groups E, F, and G. (Group
A on stainless steel body models only). CE 0344
II 2 G EEx d IIC T6 Process Temp)75°C Alternate Temperature Class T5
Process Temp)90°C, 115°C (T4) Process Temp )105°C consult factory.
EC-type Certificate No.: KEMA 04ATEXxxxx.
Switch Type: SPDT snap switch standard, DPDT snap switch optional.
Electrical Rating: UL models: 5A @125/250 VAC. CSA and ATEX models:
5A @ 125/250 VAC (V~); 5A res., 3A ind. @ 30 VDC (V ). MV option: .1A @
125 VAC (V~). MT option: 5A @125/250 VAC (V~). [MT option not UL, CSA
or ATEX].
Electrical Connections: UL models: 18 AWG, 18˝ (460 mm) long.
ATEX/CSA models: terminal block.
Upper Body: Brass or 303 stainless steel.
Conduit Connections: 3/4˝ male NPT standard, 3/4˝ female NPT on junction box models.
Process Connection: 1/2˝ male NPT on models without a tee.
Mounting Orientation: Switch can be installed in any position but the actuation/deactuation flow rates in the charts are based on horizontal pipe
runs and are nominal values.
Set Point Adjustment: Standard V6 models none. Without tee models
vane is trimmable. Low flow models are field adjustable in the range shown.
See set point charts on opposite page.
Weight: 2 to 6 lb (.9 to 2.7 kg) depending on construction.
Options not Shown: Custom calibration, bushings, PVC tee, reinforced
vane, DPDT relays.
When bushings are used, they must be back drilled to allow proper clearance for unrestricted vane travel. Bore the I.D. to 13/16˝ (20
mm) on 1/2˝ x 3/4˝ bushings or 1˝ (25 mm) on larger bushings. The
depth of the bore must leave internal threads 9/16˝ (14 mm) high
for proper engagement between the lower housing of the switch
and the bushing. Check for proper vane travel and switch operation after installation.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connect wire leads in accordance with local electrical codes and
switch action required. N.O. contacts will close and N.C. contacts
will open when flow increases to the actuation point. They will
return to “normal” condition when flow decreases to the deactuation point. Black = Common, Blue = Normally Open and Red =
Normally Closed.
For units supplied with both internal and external grounds, the
ground screw inside the housing must be used to ground the control. The external ground screw is for supplementary bonding
when allowed or required by local code. Some CSA listed models
are furnished with a separate green ground wire. Such units must
be equipped with a junction box, not supplied but available on
special order.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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EC-Type Certificate Installation Instructions:
V6 With Tee
Cable Connection
The cable entry device shall be certified in type of explosion protection flameproof enclosure “d”, suitable for conditions of use and correctly installed. For ambient temperatures over 70°C, cable and cable
glands suitable for at least 90°C shall be used.
Cold Water - Factory Installed Tee
Approximate actuation/deactuation low Rates
GPM upper, M3/HR lower
Conduit Connection
An EEx d certified sealing device such as a conduit seal with setting
compound shall be provided immediately to the entrance of the valve
housing. For ambient temperatures over 70°C, the wiring and setting
compound in the conduit seal shall be suitable for at least 90°C.
Note: ATEX units only: The temperature class is determined by the
maximum ambient and or process temperature. Units are intended
to be used in ambient of -20°C) Tamb )75°C. Units may be used in
process temperatures up to 105°C providing the enclosure and
switch body temperature do not exceed 75°C. The standard
Temperature Class is T6 Process Temp )75°C. Alternate
Temperature Class of T5 Process Temp )90°C and 115°C (T4)
Process Temp )105°C are available consult factory.
All wiring, conduit and enclosures must meet applicable codes for
hazardous areas. Conduits and enclosures must be properly sealed.
For outdoor or other locations where temperatures vary widely, precautions should be taken to prevent condensation inside switch or
enclosure. Electrical components must be kept dry at all times.
CAUTION: To prevent ignition of hazardous atmospheres, disconnect the device from the supply circuit before opening. Keep assembly tightly closed when in use.
MAINTENANCE
Inspect and clean wetted parts at regular intervals. The cover should
be in place at all times to protect, the internal components from dirt,
dust and weather and to maintain hazardous location ratings.
Disconnect device from the supply circuit before opening to prevent
ignition of hazardous atmosphere.
Series
Construction
Upper
Body Material
Lower
Body Material
Circuit (Switch)
Type
Process
Connection
Size
Process
Connection
Type
Switch Options
Options
m
* Options that do not have ATEX
EP
B
B
B
S
B
S
S
2
B
Air-Factory Installed Tee
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
SCFM upper, NM3/M lower
1/2˝ NPT
6.5 5.0
.18
.14
11/4˝ NPT
3/4˝ NPT 1˝ NPT
10.0 8.0 14
12
21
18
.28
.23 .40
.34 .59
.51
11/2˝ NPT
33
.93
30
.85
2˝ NPT
43
36
1.19 1.02
V6 Low Flow, Field Adjustable
Cold Water - Low Flow Models
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
GPM upper, M3/HR lower
MINIMUM
.04
.03
.009 .007
MAXIMUM
.75
0.60
0.17 0.14
Air - Low Flow Models
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
SCFM upper, NM3/M lower
MINIMUM
.18 .15
.005 .004
MAXIMUM
2.70 2.0
.08
.06
V6EPB-B-S-2-B-MT flow switch; brass upper housing, brass lower housing, brass tee
with 3/4˝ NPT connections, SPDT snap switch, and high temperature option
Series V6 flow switch
Explosion Proof and Weatherproof
Brass
303 Stainless Steel
Brass
303 Stainless Steel
SPDT
DPDT
1/2˝ NPT
3/4˝ NPT
1˝ NPT
1-1/4˝ NPT
1-1/2˝ NPT
2˝ NPT
Low Flow Model (1/2˝ NPT connections)
No Tee, Male NPT Connection, Field Trimable Vane
Brass Tee
Forged Steel Tee
Iron Tee
PVC Tee with NPT*
PVC Tee with sweat joints*
304 Stainless Steel Tee
304 Stainless Steel 150# Tee
Example
V6
V6
11/4˝ NPT 11/2˝ NPT 2˝ NPT
1/2˝ NPT 3/4˝ NPT 1˝ NPT
1.5
1.0 2.0 1.25 3.0
1.75 4.0 3.0
6.0 5.0 10.0 8.5
0.34 0.23 0.45 0.28 0.68 0.40 0.91 0.68 1.36 1.14 2.27 1.93
MT
EP
S
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
LF
0
B
FS
MI
PVC
PVCSW
S
S150
MT
MV
AT
CSA
CV
FTR
GL
ID
JCT
JCTLH
ORFB
ORFS
RV
TBC
VIT
018
020
022
022A
031
(For LF Model no tee material chosen, tee material matches lower housing choice)
Gold Contacts on snap switch for dry circuits (see specifications for ratings)
High Temperature switch rated 400°F (205°C) (see specifications for ratings)*
ATEX approved construction (with JCT option standard)
CSA approved construction (with JCT option standard)*
Custom Vane
Flow Test Report
Ground Lead*
Customer Information on standard nameplate
Weatherproof and explosion-proof junction box*
Weatherproof and explosion-proof junction box, left side
Orifice Brass
Orifice Stainless Steel
Reinforced Vane
Terminal Block Connector*
Viton® O-rings in place of Buna-N on low flow models
.018 Spring
.020 Spring
.022 Spring
.022 Spring with Alnico® magnet
.031 Spring
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V6 With Field Trimmable Vane
Cold Water - Brass or Cast Iron Reducing Tee
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
GPM upper, M3/HR lower
Vane
Full
Size
/2˝ NPT
1
/4˝ NPT
3
1˝ NPT
11/4˝ NPT
Air - Brass or Cast Iron Reducing Tee
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
SCFM upper, NM3/M lower
11/2˝ NPT
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
2.6
0.6
3.5
0.8
4.3
1.0
l
1.6
0.4
2.2
0.5
3.0
0.7
m
n
o
1.3
0.3
1.8
0.4
2.4
0.5
2.3
0.5
3.1
0.7
3.8
0.9
3.5
0.8
4.0
0.9
4.6
1.04
5.6
1.3
6.3
1.43
8.0
1.8
3.1
0.7
3.5
0.8
4.2
0.95
5.2
1.2
6.1
1.39
7.5
1.7
4.3 3.9
1.0 0.9
4.9 4.4
1.1 1.0
5.5 5.0
1.2 1.1
6.0 5.6
1.4 1.3
7.0 6.6
1.6 1.5
8.0 7.6
1.8 1.7
10.0 9.0
2.3 2.0
12.0 10.0
2.7 2.3
6.2
1.4
7.0
1.6
7.6
1.7
8.0
1.8
9.0
2.0
10.0
2.3
13.0
3.0
15.0
3.4
5.5
1.2
6.5
1.5
7.1
1.6
7.3
1.7
8.2
1.9
9.0
2.0
11.0
2.5
13.0
3.0
2˝ NPT
9.0
2.0
9.5
2.2
10.0
2.3
11.0
2.5
12.0
2.7
13.0
3.0
14.0
3.2
/2˝ NPT
1
/4˝ NPT
3
1˝ NPT
8.5
1.9
9.0
2.0
9.3
2.1
10.0
2.3
10.0
2.3
11.0
2.5
12.0
2.7
6.4
0.18
10.0
0.28
12.0
0.34
3.8
0.11
7.0
0.20
9.0
0.25
13.0 12.0
0.37 0.34
15.0 14.0
0.42 0.40
20.0 16.0
0.57 0.45
16.0
0.45
18.0
0.51
19.0
0.54
22.0
0.62
25.0
0.71
32.0
0.91
15.0
0.42
16.0
0.45
17.0
0.48
20.0
0.57
23.0
0.65
28.0
0.79
11/4˝ NPT
20.0
0.57
21.0
0.59
23.0
0.65
24.0
0.68
28.0
0.79
33.0
0.93
38.0
1.08
45.0
1.27
18.0
0.51
19.0
0.54
21.0
0.59
22.0
0.62
25.0
0.71
30.0
0.85
35.0
0.99
42.0
1.19
11/2˝ NPT
2˝ NPT
39.0
1.10
40.0
1.13
42.0
1.19
50.0
1.42
27.0 25.0 55.0
0.76 0.71 1.56
30.0 28.0
0.85 0.79
32.0 30.0
0.91 0.85
34.0 32.0
0.96 0.91
37.0 34.0
1.05 0.96
39.0 36.0
1.10 1.02
51.0 45.0
1.44 1.27
69.0 57.0
1.95 1.61
37.0
1.05
38.0
1.08
40.0
1.13
44.0
1.25
46.0
1.30
Cold Water - Stainless or Forged Steel Straight Tee and Bushing Air - Stainless or Forged Steel Straight Tee and Bushing
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
Approximate actuation/deactuation flow rates
SCFM upper, NM3/M lower
GPM upper, M3/HR lower
Vane
Full
Size
/2˝ NPT
1
/4˝ NPT
3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
2.0
0.5
2.5
0.6
3.5
0.8
7.0
1.6
10.0
2.3
1.5
0.3
2.0
0.5
3.0
0.7
5.5
1.2
8.0
1.8
1˝ NPT
11/4˝ NPT
5.0
1.1
5.5
1.2
6.2
1.4
6.8
1.5
2.8 2.4 8.5
0.6 0.5 1.9
3.4 3.0 10.0
0.8 0.7 2.3
4.0 3.6 12.0
0.91 0.82 2.7
5.0 4.5
1.1 1.0
6.5 6.1
1.48 1.39
9.0 8.2
2.0 1.9
4.5
1.0
5.0
1.1
5.7
1.3
6.3
1.4
7.8
1.8
9.2
2.1
10.0
2.3
11/2˝ NPT
8.5
1.9
9.2
2.1
9.8
2.2
12.0
2.7
13.0
3.0
2˝ NPT
/2˝ NPT
1
/4˝ NPT
3
7.8
1.8
8.6
2.0
9.0
2.0
10.0
2.3
11.0
2.5
8.0
0.23
11.0
0.31
14.0
0.40
27.0
0.76
39.0
1.10
6.5
0.18
10.0
0.28
13.0
0.37
24.0
0.68
36.0
1.02
1˝ NPT
12.0
0.34
14.0
0.40
16.0
0.45
19.0
0.54
26.0
0.74
32.0
0.91
10.0
0.28
12.0
0.34
14.0
0.40
17.0
0.48
24.0
0.68
30.0
0.85
11/4˝ NPT
21.0
0.59
22.0
0.62
24.0
0.68
28.0
0.79
33.0
0.93
37.0
1.05
43.0
1.22
18.0
0.51
20.0
0.57
22.0
0.62
26.0
0.74
30.0
0.85
34.0
0.96
40.0
1.13
11/2˝ NPT
33.0
0.93
39.0
1.10
42.0
1.19
51.0
1.44
55.0
1.56
30.0
0.85
36.0
1.02
38.0
1.08
46.0
1.30
50.0
1.42
2˝ NPT
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LOCKING COLLAR
ASSEMBLY
DIMENSIONS
FLOTECT® Model V6
3-3/8 [85.72]
DIA.
13/16 [20.63]
EXTERNAL GROUND
3/4˝ FEMALE
NPT
6-5/16
[160.34]
3/4 NPT
UPPER HOUSING
SWITCH SUPPORTS
SPDT (OR DPDT)
SNAP SWITCH
MAGNET LEVER PIN
MAGNET LEVER
ASSEMBLY
MAGNETS
LOWER HOUSING – BRASS
OR STAINLESS STEEL
VANE SPRING
7.250
[184.2]
3/4˝ NPT
3-15/16
[100.0]
VANE PIVOT PIN
VANE PIVOT
BRACKET
6-1/8
[155.5]
8-5/8
[219.1]
1-1/8 SQ.
[28.57]
SNAP RING
1/2 NPT
STAINLESS
STEEL VANE
1-1/8 SQ.
[28.57]
OVERALL LENGTH WITH
1-1/4⬙ TEE CONNECTION
APPROXIMATELY 8⬙
4-1/2
[114.3]
INLET
1/2˝ FEMALE
NPT
OUTLET
1/2˝ FEMALE
INLET
NPT
1/2˝ FEMALE NPT
3-5/8 [92.07]
.625
[15.87]
V6 Low Flow with CSA,
ATEX Conduit Enclosure
V6 Low Flow
PIPE BRASS/DUCTILE IRON FORGED/STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABLE IRON
DIM. B
DIM. A
DIM. B
DIM. A DIM. B
SIZE DIM. A
1/2˝
3/4˝
1˝
1-1/4˝
1-1/2˝
2˝
2-1/4 (57)
2-3/8 (60)
2-1/2 (64)
2-5/8 (67)
2-7/8 (73)
3 (76)
3-5/8 [92.07]
V6 with Field
Trimmable Vane
OUTLET
1/2˝ FEMALE
NPT
1-1/8 (29)
1-1/4 (32)
1-3/8 (35)
1-1/2 (89)
1-5/8 (102)
1-7/8 (121)
2-1/4 (57)
2-5/8 (67)
3 (76)
3-1/2 (38)
4 (41)
4-3/4 (48)
1-1/8 (29)
1-7/8 (47)
2-1/8 (54)
2-1/2 (64)
2-3/4 (70)
3-1/8 (79)
2-1/2 (64)
2-5/8 (67)
2-7/8 (73)
3 (76)
3-1/4 (83)
3-1/2 (89)
3-3/8 [85.72]
DIA.
1-1/4 (32)
1-3/8 (35)
1-1/2 (38)
1-3/4 (44)
1-7/8 (48)
2-1/8 (54)
1.875
[47.62]
13/16 [20.63]
3/4 FEMALE
NPT
Trimmable Vane
9-1/4
[235.0]
NC NO C
3/4˝ NPT
5-3/8
[136.5]
SPDT
NC NO C
NC NO C
"B"
"B"
DPDT
"A"
"A"
V6 with Tee
V6 with Tee and CSA,
ATEX Conduit Enclosure
W.E. ANDERSON DIV., DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 358 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46361 U.S.A.
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
Terminal Connections
CSA, ATEX Enclosures
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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