ST 3000 Smart Transmitter 34-ST-03-73 2/08 Series 900 Flush Mount Model STG93P 0-100 psig / 0-7 barg Specification and Model Selection Guide Introduction In 1983, Honeywell introduced the first Smart Pressure Transmitter― the ST 3000®. In 1989, Honeywell launched the first all digital, bi-directional protocol for smart field devices. Today, its ST 3000 Series 900 Pressure Transmitters continue to bring proven “smart” technology to a wide spectrum of measurement applications. Honeywell offers the STG93P transmitter for direct insertion in processes with the use of a 1” sleeve, welded into the process line. The primary application is pressure measurement in the head box of pulp and paper plants. The flush mount capability eliminates the possibility of clogging while the insertion design makes transmitter change out rapid and trouble-free. The STG93P transmitter is available in ranges from 0-5 to 0-100 psig and can be installed in a variety of hazardous locations. All ST 3000 transmitters can provide a 4-20 mA output, Honeywell Digitally Enhanced (DE) output, HART* output, or FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus output. When digitally integrated with Honeywell’s Process Knowledge System™, EXPERION PKS™, ST 3000 instruments provide a more accurate process variable as well as advanced diagnostics. Honeywell’s cost-effective ST 3000 S900 transmitters lead the industry in reliability and stability: • • Stability = ±0.01% per year Reliability = 470 years MTBF Figure 1—Series 900 Flush Mount Pressure Transmitters feature proven piezoresistive sensor technology. The devices provide comprehensive self-diagnostics to help users maintain high uptime, meet regulatory requirements, and attain high quality standards. S900 transmitters allow smart performance at analog prices. Accurate, reliable and stable, Series 900 transmitters offer greater turndown ratio than conventional transmitters. "Honeywell transmitters operating in the digital mode using Honeywell's Digitally Enhanced (DE) protocol make diagnostics available right at the control system's human interface. Equally important, transmitter status information is continuously displayed to alert the operator immediately of a fault condition. Because the process variable (PV) status transmission precedes the PV value, we are guaranteed that a bad PV is not used in a control algorithm. In addition, bi-directional communication provides for remote transmitter configuration directly from the human interface, enabling management of the complete loop.” Maureen Atchison, DuPont Site Electrical & Instrumentation Leader 34-ST-03-73 Page 2 Description The ST 3000 transmitter can replace any 4 to 20 mA output transmitter in use today and operates over a standard two-wire system. The measuring means is a piezoresistive sensor, which actually contains three sensors in one. It contains a differential pressure sensor, a temperature sensor, and a static pressure sensor. Features • Choice of linear or square root output conformity is a simple configuration selection. • Direct digital integration with Experion PKS and other control systems provides local measurement accuracy to the system level without adding typical A/D and D/A converter inaccuracies. • Unique piezoresistive sensor automatically compensates input for temperature and static pressure.Added “smart” features include configuring lower and upper range values, simulating accurate analog output, and selecting preprogrammed engineering units for display. • Smart transmitter capabilities with local or remote interfacing means significant manpower efficiency improvements in commissioning, start-up, and ongoing maintenance functions. Microprocessor-based electronics provide higher span-turndown ratio, improved temperature and pressure compensation, and improved accuracy. The transmitter’s meter body and electronics housing resist shock, vibration, corrosion, and moisture. The electronics housing contains a compartment for the single-board electronics, which is isolated from an integral junction box. The single-board electronics is replaceable and interchangeable with any other ST 3000 Series 100 or Series 900 model transmitter. Like other Honeywell transmitters, the ST 3000 features two-way communication and configuration capability between the operator and the transmitter through several Honeywell field-rated portable configuration devices, including the Smart Field Communicator (SFC) and the Multiple Communication Configurator (MC ToolKit). While both are made for infield use, the MC Toolkit also can be ordered for use in intrinsically safe environments. ® The SCT 3000 Smartline Configuration Toolkit provides an easy way to configure instruments using a personal computer. The toolkit enables configuration of devices before shipping or installation. The SCT 3000 can operate in the offline mode to configure an unlimited number of devices. The database can then be loaded down-line during commissioning. 34-ST-03-73 Page 3 Screen Anti-Clog Control System DFI Alarm STG93P Flush Mount Transmitter _ DPC FI PI _ PI FIC Accept Reject Figure 2 ⎯ST 3000 STG93P Typical Installation. Smart Technology Delivers Broad Benefits and Reduces Total Cost of Ownership The ST 3000 Flush Mount Transmitter combines integrated sensor and microprocessor technologies to produce the most accurate and consistent measurement possible, and is based on ST 3000 technology which is the most reliable in the industry. These features help improve product yield, increase process efficiency and enhance plant safety. In addition to the advantages of superior accuracy and reliability, the ST 3000 significantly lowers your lifetime cost of ownership in several ways: Installation - Wiring cost savings are achieved, as well as reduced costs of piping, manifolds, mounting, safety barriers, etc., with the ST 3000. Commissioning - The hand-held SFC III Smart Field Communicator lets a single technician remotely configure ST 3000 transmitters and re-range them when application requirements change. Maintenance - The ST 3000 offers greater accuracy and stability, reducing the frequency of calibration. Self-diagnostics can automatically indicate impending problems before they affect reliability or accuracy. Also, a single technician can diagnose problems remotely, using the SFC or TPS Global User Station, saving time and reducing cost. Inventory stocking - Enhanced reliability, combined with the high turndown capability of the ST 3000, reduces the quantity of instruments needed to stock as backups for the installed transmitters. 34-ST-03-73 Page 4 Digital Integration Links the ST 3000 to TPS for Greater Process Efficiency Digital Integration combines the functions of TPS system with the strengths of the ST 3000 to help achieve maximum productivity, by providing: Database security and integrity - PV Status transmission precedes the PV value, guaranteeing that a bad PV is not used in a control algorithm. Bidirectional communication and a common database for the system and the transmitter Data upload and download capability lowers transmitter installation costs. Single-window diagnostics for the transmitter (electronics and meter body) and loop - Remote troubleshooting reduces maintenance effort and expedites repairs. Automatic historization of all transmitter parameter changes - System maintenance log automatically provides audit trail of changes. Enhanced accuracy - Elimination of D/A and A/D converters improves signal accuracy. Digital Integration of the ST 3000 Transmitter with TPS allows you to combine advanced transmitter technology with our state-of-theart, process-connected controllers - the Process Manager, Advanced Process Manager and High Performance Process Manager. Digital Integration of the ST 3000 Transmitter with TPS improves the integrity of the process data measurements, letting you monitor process variability with greater accuracy. Accurate and more reliable data lets you implement advanced control strategies, providing greater bottom-line profits. 34-ST-03-73 Page 5 Specifications Operating Conditions – All Models Parameter Reference Condition Rated Condition Operative Limits °C °F °C °F °C °F Ambient Temperature 25±1 77±2 -15 to 65 5 to 149 -15 to 65 5 to 149 Process Interface Temp. 25±1 77±2 -15 to 65 5 to 149 -15 to 95* 5 to 203* Humidity 10 to 55 0 to 100 0 to 100 atmospheric atmospheric 300 150 2 (short term) † 1 (short term) † %RH Vacuum Region Minimum Pressure mmHg absolute inH2O absolute Supply Voltage, Current, and Load Resistance Voltage Range: Current Range: Load Resistance: Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP) STG93P = 100 psi, 5.1 bar (ST 3000 products are rated to Maximum Allowable Working Pressure) Transportation and Storage °C -55 to 75 -67 to 167 NA 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals 3.8 to 21.8 mA 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 3) Units can withstand overpressure of 1.5X MAWP without damage. * Process temperatures above 65 °C (149 °F) require a 1:1 reduction in maximum ambient temperature. † Short term equals 2 hours at 70 °C (158 °F) 1440 1200 Loop Resistance (ohms) Note: A minimum of 250 ohms of loop resistance is necessary to support communications. Loop resistance equals barrier resistance plus wire resistance plus receiver resistance. 800 650 450 250 = Operating Area 0 10.8 16.28 20.63 25 28.3 37.0 42.4 Operating Voltage (Vdc) Figure 3 —Supply Voltage and Loop Resistance Chart. °F NA 0 to 100 34-ST-03-73 Page 6 Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STG93P 0-100 psig (0-7 barg) Parameter Description Upper Range Limit** psig/barg 100 psig, 7 barg Minimum Span psig/barg 5 psig, 0.3 barg Turndown Ratio 20:1 Zero Elevation and Suppression No limit (except minimum span) from zero to 100% of URL. Accuracy In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is greater, - terminal based. (Reference – Includes combined For URV below reference point (25 psi), accuracy equals: effects of linearity, hysteresis, and ⎛ 1.7bar ⎞ ⎛ 25 psi ⎞ repeatability) ⎟ in % span ⎟ or ±0.0125 + 0.0875 ⎜⎜ ±0.0125 + 0.0875 ⎜⎜ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝ span bar ⎠ ⎝ span psi ⎠ • Accuracy includes residual error after averaging successive readings. In Digital Mode: ±0.0875% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), • For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use Digital Mode specifications. For HART use Analog Mode specifications. whichever is greater, - terminal based. For URV below reference point (25 psi), accuracy equals: ⎛ 1.7bar ⎞ ⎛ 25 psi ⎞ ⎟ in % span ⎟ or ±0.0875 ⎜⎜ ±0.0875 ⎜⎜ ⎟ ⎟ span psi ⎝ span bar ⎠ ⎠ ⎝ Zero Temperature Effect per 28°C (50°F) In Analog Mode: ±0.40% of span. For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals: ±0.05 + 0.35 50 psi (span psi) 3.5 bar (span bar) or ±0.05 + 0.35 in % span In Digital Mode: ±0.35% of span. For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals: ±0.35 Combined Zero and Span Temperature Effect per 28°C (50°F) 50 psi (span psi) or ±0.35 3.5 bar (span bar) in % span In Analog Mode: ±0.50% of span. For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals: ±0.05 + 0.45 50 psi (span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.45 3.5 bar (span bar) in % span In Digital Mode: ±0.45% of span For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals: ±0.45 Stability 50 psi (span psi) or ±0.45 3.5 bar (span bar) in % span ±0.03% of URL per year * Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and Hastelloy C diaphragm. **Transmitter URL limit or maximum process connection rating, whichever is lower. 34-ST-03-73 Page 7 Performance Under Rated Conditions - General for all Models Parameter Description Output (two-wire) Analog 4 to 20 mA or DE digital communications mode. Options available for FOUNDATION Fieldbus and HART protocol. Supply Voltage Effect 0.005% span per volt. Damping Time Constant Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping. CE Conformity (Europe) 89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive. NAMUR NE 43 Compliance Option Transmitter failure information is generated when the measuring information is invalid or no longer present. Failure information is transmitted as a current signal but outside the normal 4-20 mA measurement signal level. Transmitter failure values are: ≤ 3.6 mA and ≥ 21.0 mA. The normal signal range is ≥ 3.8 mA and ≤ 20.5 mA. SIL 2/3 Compliance SIL certified to IEC 61508 for non-redundant use in SIL 2 related Safety Systems (single use) and for redundant (multiple) use in SIL 3 Safety Systems through TÜV Nord Sys Tec GmbH & Co. KG under the following standards: IEC61508-1: 1998; IEC 61508-2: 2000; IEC61508-3: 1998. Lightning Protection Option Leakage Current: 10 microamps max. @ 42.4 VDC, 93°C (Code “LP”) Impulse Rating: (rise/decay) 10/20 µ sec. 5,000 Amps (50 strikes) 10,000 Amps (20 strikes) 10/1000 µ sec. 250 Amps (1000 strikes) 500 Amps (400 strikes) Physical and Approval Bodies Parameter Description Process Interface See Model Selection Guide for Material Options for desired seal type. Diaphragm Materials (wetted) Hastelloy C Meter Body Materials (wetted) 316L Stainless Steel Fill Fluid Silicone (DC 200) Electronic Housing Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low copper-aluminum alloy. Meets NEMA type 4X (watertight) and designed to meet NEMA 7 (explosion proof). Process Connections Flush mount in 1” weld sleeve, with O-ring and locking bolt. Wiring Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter). Dimensions See Figure 4. Net Weight 3.9 pounds (1.8 Kg) Approval Bodies Factory Mutual CSA Canadian Registration Number (CRN) Explosion Proof: Approved as Explosion Proof for Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D locations, Dust Ignition Proof: Approved as Dust Ignition Proof for Class II, III, Division 1, Groups E, F, G locations, Intrincically Safe: Approved as Intrinsically Safe for for Class I, II, III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G locations. Nonincendive: Approved as Nonincendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D locations. Explosion Proof: Approved as Explosion Proof for Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C, D locations, Dust Ignition Proof: Approved as Dust Ignition Proof for Class II, III, Division 1, Groups E, F, G locations, Intrincically Safe: Approved as Intrinsically Safe for Class I, II, III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G locations. All ST 3000 model designs, except SATG19L, STG99L, STG170 and STG180 have been registered in all provinces and territories in Canada and are marked CRN:0F8914.5c. 34-ST-03-73 Page 8 Parameter Description Intrinsically Safe, Zone 0/1: Flameproof/Zone 1: Non-Sparking, Zone 2: Multiple Markings: ATEX EEx ia IIC T4, T5, T6 EEx d IIC T5, T6 (enclosure IP 66/67) EEx nA, IIC T6 (enclosure IP 66/67) Ex II 1 G: EEx ia IIC T4, T5, T6, Ex II 2 G: EExd IIC T5, T6 Ex II 3 G: EEx nA, IIC T6 (Honeywell) (enclosure IP 66/67) Intrinsically Safe: EX ia IIC T4 Non-Sparking: Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option) SA (Australian) INMETRO (Brazil) Flame-Proof, Zone 1: Pressure Equipment Directive (97/23/EC) EX d IIC T5 The ST 3000 pressure transmitters listed in this Specification have no pressurized internal volume or have a pressurized internal volume rated less than 1,000 bar (14,500 psig) and/or have a maximum volume of less than 0.1 liter. Therefore, these transmitters are either; not subject to the essential requirements of the directive 97/23/EC (PED, Annex 1) and shall not have the CE mark, or the manufacturer has the free choice of a module when the CE mark is required for pressures > 200 bar (2,900 psig). NOTE: Pressure transmitters that are part of safety equipment for the protection of piping (systems) or vessel(s) from exceeding allowable pressure limits, (equipment with safety functions in accordance with Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC article 1, 2.1.3), require separate examination. Removal Clearance for All Caps 45.7 1.80 135 5.32 3 0.12 53.1 2.09 82.9 3.26 Without Meter 65.1 2.56 Without Meter 94.9 3.74 With Meter With Meter Plug 48.5 1.91 Optional Analog Meter on Terminal Block Side 172.5 6.79 Rotational Lock 17.78 0.7 Bolt, lock washer & O-ring (Std.) 30.5 1.2 ½” NPT Optional Adapter for M20 or ¾” NPT Optional Local Smart Meter on Electronics Side Optional External Ground 5/16-18 UNC-2A Thread 9.50 Long 0.375 26.29 1.035 1”Mounting Sleeve (Std. option) 17.78 0.7 25.4 1.0 26.64 1.049 Reference Dimensions: Figure 4 —Typical Mounting Dimensions for 1” Flush Mount Transmitter millimeters inches 34-ST-03-73 Page 9 Options Indicating Meter (Options ME and SM) The Smart Meter (option SM) provides an LCD display for both analog and digital output and can be configured to display 0 to 100% pressure in selected engineering units. Local Zero and Span (Option ZS) A local zero and span adjustment option is available. Lightning Protection (Option LP) A terminal block is available with circuitry that protects the transmitter from transient surges induced by nearby lightning strikes. HART® Protocol Compatibility (Options HC and H6) Optional electronics modules for the ST 3000 provides HART Protocol compatibility in either HART 5.x or 6.x formats. Transmitters with a HART Option are compatible with any HART enabled system that provides 5.x or 6.x format support. FOUNDATION Fieldbus (Option FF) Equips transmitter with FF protocol for use in 31.25 kbit/s FF networks. See document 34-ST03-72 for additional information on ST 3000 Fieldbus transmitters. SIL2/SIL3 Certification (Option SL) This ST 3000 product is available for use with safety systems. With the SL option, we are fully certified to SIL 2 capability for single transmitters and SIL 3 capability for multiple transmitter use through TÜV Nord Sys Tec GmbH & Co. KG. We are in compliance with the following SIL standards: IEC 61508-1: 1998; IEC 61508-2: 2000; IEC 61508-3: 1998 NAMUR NE43 Compliance (Option NE) This option provides software the meets the NAMUR NE43 requirements for failsafe software. Transmitter failure information is generated when the measuring information is no longer valid. Transmitter failure values are: ≤ 3.6 mA and ≥ 21.0 mA. The normal ST 3000 ranges are ≤ 3.8 mA and ≥ 20.5 mA. Transmitter Configuration (Option TC) The factory can configure the transmitter linear/square root extraction, damping time, LRV, URV, and mode (analog/digital), and enter an ID tag of up to eight characters and scratchpad information as specified. Indicator Configuration (Option CI) Provides custom configuration of Smart Meters. Tagging (Option TG) Up to 30 characters can be added on the stainless steel nameplate mounted on the transmitter’s electronics housing at no extra cost. Note that a separate nameplate on the meter body contains the serial number and body-related data. A stainless steel, wired-on tag with additional data of up to 4 lines of 28 characters is also available. The number of characters for tagging includes spaces. Custom Calibration and ID in Memory (Option CC) The factory can calibrate any range within the scope of the transmitter’s range and enter an ID tag of up to eight characters in the transmitter’s memory. Ordering Information Contact your nearest Honeywell sales office, or In the U.S.: Honeywell Industrial Automation & Control 16404 North Black Canyon Hwy. Phoenix, AZ 85053 1-800-288-7491 In Canada: The Honeywell Centre 155 Gordon Baker Rd. North York, Ontario M2H 3N7 1-800-461-0013 In Latin America: Honeywell Inc. 480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 200 Sunrise, FL 33325 (954) 845-2600 In Europe and Africa: Honeywell S. A. Avenue du Bourget 1 1140 Brussels, Belgium In Eastern Europe: Honeywell Praha, s.r.o. Budejovicka 1 140 21 Prague 4, Czech Republic In the Middle East: Honeywell Middle East Ltd. Khalifa Street, Sheikh Faisal Building Abu Dhabi, U. A. E. In Asia: Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc. Honeywell Building, 17 Changi Business Park Central 1 Singapore 486073 Republic of Singapore In the Pacific: Honeywell Pty Ltd. 5 Thomas Holt Drive North Ryde NSW Australia 2113 (61 2) 9353 7000 In Japan: Honeywell K.K. 14-6 Shibaura 1-chrome Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 105-0023 Or, visit Honeywell on the World Wide Web at: http://www.honeywell.com Specifications are subject to change without notice. 34-ST-03-73 Page 10 Model Selection Guide (34-ST-16-52) Model Selection Guide 34-ST-16-52 Issue 21 Instructions ● ● ● ● Select the desired key number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available. Make one selection from each Table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow. Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 9X). A (●) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability. Key Number I II III (Optional) STG93P ___ 00000 __,__ Important Note: - - - + IV XXXX Base STG models no longer include a default communications option. All units now require the selection of a communication option from Table III (AN, DE, HC, H6 or FF). KEY NUMBER Availability Span Gauge 0-5 to 0-100 psi Selection 0-0.34 to 0-7 bar STG93P TABLE 1 METER BODY Materials of Construction Fill Process Head TABLE II No Selection Process Interface - Barrier Diaphragms Selection 316 SS - Hastelloy C F__ ● _1_ ● __1 ● 00000 ● Silicone 1" Slip-in with Locking Screw (Sleeve not provided) 34-ST-03-73 Page 11 Model Selection Guide, cont’d Availability STG93P TABLE III - OPTIONS Communication Options (Must choose a communications option) Analog only (can be configured using appropriate Honeywell DE tool) DE Protocol communications ® HART 5.x Protocol compatible electronics ® HART 6.x Protocol compatible electronics FOUNDATION Fieldbus Communications Indicating Meter Options Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root) Smart Meter Custom Configuration of Smart Meter Local Zero Local Zero and Span Transmitter Housing & Electronics Options NAMUR Failsafe Software SIL 2 - TÜV Certified transmitter (requires HC or H6 and WP options) Lightning Protection Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory Transmitter Configuration - (non-Fieldbus) Transmitter Configuration - (Fieldbus) Write Protection (Delivered in the "enabled" position) Write Protection (Delivered in the "disabled" position) 316 SS Electronics Housing - with M20 Conduit Connections 1/2" NPT to M20 316 SS Conduit Adapter (BASEEFA EEx d IIC) 1/2" NPT to 3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter Stainless Steel Housing with M20 to 1/2" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter (use for FM and CSA Approvals) Stainless Steel Customer Tag (4 lines, 28 characters per line) Stainless Steel Customer Tag (Blank) End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Spanish (only with ATEX 3D) End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Portuguese (only with ATEX 3D) End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in Italian (only with ATEX 3D) End Cap Live Circuit Warning Label in German (only with ATEX 3D) Meter Body Options Calibration Fixture (with 1/4" NPT Port for Pressure Source) 316L SS Mounting Sleeve (requires customer installation to process) Services/Certificates/Marine Type Approval Options User's Manual Paper Copy (Standard, HC/H6, or FF ships accordingly) Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399) Certificate of Conformance (F3391) Certification of Origin (F0195) FMEDA Certificate (SIL 1) (FC33321) SIL Certificate (SIL 2/3) (FC33337) NACE Certificate (Process-Wetted & Non-Process Wetted) (FC33339) NACE Certificate (Process-Wetted only) (FC33338) Marine Type Approvals (DNV, ABS, BV, KR & LR) (FC33340) Warranty Options Additional Warranty - 1 year Additional Warranty - 2 years Additional Warranty - 3 years Additional Warranty - 4 years Selection AN DE HC H6 FF ● ● ● ● r ME SM CI LZ ZS ● ● m s x NE SL LP CC TC FC WP WX SH A1 A2 15 A3 i TG TB SP PG TL GE ● ● a a a a CF MS ● ● UM F1 F3 F5 F6 FE F7 FG MT ● ● ● ● ● W1 W2 W3 W4 b b b p ● ● 15 21 ● ● n n u 22 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Table III continued next page b b b b b b b b b 34-ST-03-73 Page 12 Model Selection Guide, cont’d Availability TABLE III - OPTIONS STG93P Approval Approval Type Body No hazardous location approvals Explosion Proof Factory Dust Ignition Proof Mutual Non-Incendive Intrinsically Safe Explosion Proof CSA Dust Ignition Proof Intrinsically Safe Intrinsically Safe SA (Australia) Non-Sparking Intrinsically Safe, Zone 0/1 Flameproof, Zone 1 Non-Sparking, ATEX* Zone 2 Multiple Marking** Location or Classification Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Grps. A,B,C,D,E,F,G Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Grps. A,B,C,D,E,F,G Ex ia IIC T4 Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option) EEx ia IIC T4, T5,T6 Int. Safe, Zone 0/1, or EEx d IIC T5, T6, Enclosure IP 66/67 EEx nA, IIC T6 (Honeywell). Enclosure IP 66/67 Ex II 1 G EEx ia IIC T4, T5, T6 Ex II 2 G EEx d IIC T5, T6 Flameproof, Zone 1, or Ex II 3 G EEx nA, IIC T6 (Honeywell) Non-Sparking, Zone 2 INMETRO Flameproof, Zone 1 (Brazil) Selection 9X ● 1C ● 2J ● 4G ● 3S ● 3D ● 3N ● 3H ● 6D ● Enclosure IP 66/67 Ex d IIC T5 *See ATEX installation requirements in the ST 3000 User's Manual ** The user must determine the type of protection required for installation of the equipment. The user shall then check the box [√] adjacent to the type of protection used on the equipment certification nameplate. Once a type of protection has been checked on the nameplate, subsequently the equipment shall not be reinstalled using any of the other certification types. TABLE IV Factory Identification Restriction Letter a b i m n p r x s u 15 21 22 XXXX Available only with Table III III III III III III III III Selection Table Not available with Selection 3D or 3H Select only one option from this group 1C or 2J SM III III HC or H6 and WP III III FF, SM 1C, 2J III FF SL 1C, 2J FF, 00 TC, ME, 4G, 3S FF, ME FF CE Conformity (Europe) 89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC Directive). All options. ● b 34-ST-03-73 Page 13 This Page Intentionally Blank 34-ST-03-73 Page 14 ST 3000® is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. HART* is a trademark of the Hart Communication Foundation. FOUNDATION™ is a trademark of the Fieldbus Foundation. Honeywell Process Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 16404 North Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85053 ©Honeywell International Inc.
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