Series 4700 Installation, Operation and Maintenance

Series 4700 Installation, Operation and Maintenance
IB-205
Series 4700
Installation, Operation and Maintenance
This bulletin should be used by experienced personnel as a guide to the installation and maintenance of the Armstrong SteamEye. Selection or
installation of equipment should always be accompanied by competent technical assistance. We encourage you to contact Armstrong or your local
Representative if further information is required.
SteamEye Series 4700
Models: URFC 4700 and URFM 4700.
Main Components (packaged contents will vary)
Repeater
Transmitter
Receiver
Waveguide
Accessories
• Transformers (Receiver and Repeater)
• Heat Sink (For pressures above 200 psi)
• Insulation Wrap (Outdoor, cold climate applications)
• Pressure switch connection (For Model URFM 4700)
• Ethernet cable
• Nema IV enclosure (optional)
• Waveguide is the standard transmitter mounting assembly, for other mounting options please consult factory.
Transmitter Model URFC 4700
Installation Instructions
1. Verify tag number to transmitter as shown in
Figure 1.
2.
Install waveguide on inlet pipe of steam trap.
• IMPORTANT: Waveguide must be located no
greater than 6” from steam trap inlet.
• Ensure waveguide orientation provides clearance
for transmitter installation.
• Torque waveguide bolts to 200 inch-lb.
(For alternate transmitter mounting, consult factory)
3.
Using 3/4” open ended wrench, thread transmitter
onto waveguide.
• Torque transmitter to 150 inch-lb.
CAUTION: Do not over tighten.
4.
Using 1/2” open ended wrench tighten jam nut.
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Figure 1. Model URFC 4700 Installation
Transmitter
Inlet
Outlet
Waveguide
Figure 2. Model URFC 4700 Installation
Transmitter Model URFM 4700
Installation Procedure
1. Verify tag number to transmitter as indicated in Figure 1.
2.
Install waveguide on inlet pipe of steam trap.
IMPORTANT: Waveguide must be located no greater than 6” from steam trap inlet.
• Ensure waveguide orientation provides clearance for transmitter installation.
• Torque waveguide bolts to 200 inch-lb.
(For alternate transmitter mounting, consult factory)
3.
Using 3/4” open ended wrench, thread transmitter onto waveguide.
• Torque transmitter to 150 inch-lb.
CAUTION: Do not over tighten.
4.
Using 1/2” open ended wrench tighten jam nut.
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Intrinsically Safe SteamEye for use in Hazardous
Locations Class I, Groups C,D; Class II, Groups F, G;
Class III, Div. 1, 2. Warning: Substitution of any
components may impair intrinsic safety. Use only
Duracell ® Lithium Battery Part No. DL123A.
Warning: To prevent ignition of flammable
or combustible atmosphere, read, understand
and adhere to the manufacturer’s live maintenance
procedures. Ambient Temperature Rating 65°C
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On Off
SW2
On Off
SW1
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5.
Verify pressure switch has been properly installed up stream of steam trap.
6.
Connect cable from transmitter to pressure switch.
• See figure below for proper pressure switch wiring.
CAUTION: Cable cannot rest on steam pipes or hot surfaces.
Pressure Gauge
Pressure Switch
Pressure
Switch Connection
Transmitter
Inlet
Outlet
Waveguide
Figure 3. Model URFM 4700 Installation
4700 Receiver
Installation Procedure
1. Gateway Receiver (WER)
a. Preprogrammed by Armstrong from device configuration sheet supplied by the customer.
2.
Connect power supply
3.
Connect LAN cable
4.
Logon to web address assigned with user name and password provided.
a. Web address supplied by customer. (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
5.
SteamEye web page
a. Critical equipment tab
i. List of traps deemed critical by customer
ii. Email or txt message sent when critical trap has changed state
b. Failed equipment tab
i. List of all failed traps
c. All equipment tab
i. Total trap population monitored
by SteamEye
d. Configuration tab
i. Network Configuration
ii. Hardware Profile
Figure 4. Example of SteamEye Web Page
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4700 Repeater
Installation Procedure
1. Locate receiver installation location as designated by RF survey.
2. Mount enclosure and repeater inside enclosure.
3. Run electrical cord and plug in transformer.
4. Make sure power lights are activated.
System Operation and Trouble Shooting
Verify that transmitters are checking in by logging on to designated web address with user name and
password provided by Armstrong.
1.
BLOWTHRU indicated
a. Check trap operation and sizing. An oversized or undersized trap could result in a BLOWTHRU condition.
b. If there is a pressure switch, verify connection.
c. Consult factory if trap is good and problem persist.
2.
COLD indicated
a. Is steam turned on to the trap?
b. Strainer ahead of trap may need cleaning
c. Are valves upstream and downstream of the trap working properly?
d. Trap maybe undersized.
e. Excessive air in the steam system can cause "air binding".
f. Dirt and scale in the system may have plugged the orifice or the bucket vent inside the trap.
3.
LOST indicated
a. Make sure transmitter is still installed in the trap.
b. Replace battery and press the "reset" button. (consult factory on procedure)
c. Repeater may not be close enough to transmitter or may not be functioning properly. Make sure power is sup
plied to repeater.
4.
LOW battery status indicated
a. Replace battery following battery replacement procedure.
b. Battery Replacement
1. Wipe down unit with damp cloth to remove any potential electrical discharge.
2. Remove outer cap by unscrewing cap counterclockwise.
3. Remove battery clip and battery.
4. Replace battery (with only Duracell Lithium battery part no. DL123A).
5. Snap battery clip back into place.
6. Screw cap clockwise back onto base unit.
Technical Data
Series 4000
4000 Gateway
Receiver
Series
Web Enabled
Receiver
Repeater Technical
Repeater
TechnicalData
Data
Power Requirements
12 VDC (120 VAC adapter provided)
Power Requirements
14 VDC (120 VAC adapter provided)
Power Consumption
300 mA
Power Consumption
100 mA
Receiver Type
Narrow-Band Spread Spectrum
Receiver Type
Narrow-Band Spread Spectrum
Frequency
902 - 928 MHz
Frequency
902 - 928 MHz
Band Width
100 KHz
Band Width
100 KHz
Cable
Ethernet CAT 5 Cable
4700 Transmitter
Transmitter Technical
4700
TechnicalData
Data
Battery
Duracell #DL123A 3 VDC: 2/3" size; LiMnO
Battery Life
5 Years (typical)
Operating Frequency
902 - 928 MHz
Transmission Band Width
200 KHz
Communications
Proprietary Spread Spectrum Format
Atex Explosion Proof
Class I, Groups C, D; Class II, Groups F, G; Class III, Div. 1,2
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Armstrong International, Inc., 816 Maple Street, Three Rivers, Michigan 49094-USA, Phone: (269) 273-1415 • Fax: (269) 278-6555
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