Scanner Model 2200 Flow Computer Technical Data Sheet

Scanner Model 2200 Flow Computer Technical Data Sheet
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
NUFLO Scanner 2200 EFM
Cameron’s NUFlo™ Scanner® 2200 EFM is Cameron’s one-box
solution for gas, liquid and steam measurement. This scanner pairs
the same high-efficiency electronics used in the Scanner 2000 with
a weatherproof enclosure, providing room for a battery, charge
controller and radio or modem all in a single box.
Three Power Options
The Scanner 2200 can be powered with the integral lithium
battery, customer-supplied DC power or a
customer-supplied solar panel.
The lithium battery supplied with the device ensures worry-free
performance, and provides months of autonomous power even
if the primary power source fails. Where there is a need to power
communications peripherals, external power is recommended.
Solar-powered units and DC-powered units are shipped with an
integral solar charge controller/DC power supply and a 12V,
33 amp/hr battery for supplying power to the instrument.
Broad Range of Applications
You really can have it all
– data collection for up to
three flow runs, worry-free
lithium battery power and
communications–in a single
ready-to-install box.
High-speed communication via industry standard Modbus® and
Enron Modbus protocols makes the integration of input and output
PID Control
devices easy and effective.
The Scanner 2200 can calculate flow from the differential pressure
output of an orifice or cone meter using either the integral
multivariable transmitter or a remote transmitter. Additionally,
it can calculate flow from the linear pulse output of a turbine,
positive displacement or vortex flow meter.
Common applications include:
• AGA-3 compliant gas measurements using the integral MVT
and a process temperature input
• AGA-7 compliant gas measurements using a pulse output gas
meter (turbine, rotary or vortex)
• Compensated liquid measurements using an orifice, cone or
averaging pitot meter
• Temperature-compensated liquid measurements using a liquid
turbine meter and an in-line RTD
When purchased with the PID control option, the Scanner 2200
can be used to control process variables such as static pressure,
The instrument’s integral MVT and two turbine inputs enable
differential pressure, temperature and flow rate. A 4 to 20 mA
simultaneous measurements of three separate flow runs, which
output is configured to regulate a control valve, and control
could represent a gas measurement, water measurement and oil
parameters are tuned with the easy-to-use tools, such as
measurement. Two pulse/contact inputs, two analog inputs, two
ModWorX Pro, that are built into the standard Scanner 2200
digital outputs and an analog output are also provided.
software platform.
Users can configure the Scanner 2200 to provide PID
12V lead acid battery
control of a single parameter, or opt for PID control of
Serial-toEthernet
converter
(option)
flow rate with a secondary pressure control.
DC-to-DC
converter
(option)
See our feature profile on PID control for more
information.
Easy Configuration
Every Scanner 2200 EFM is shipped with ModWorX
Pro software for configuring hardware and flow
calculations, calibrating inputs and collecting and
viewing flow history. Measurements can be logged
Solar charge
controller
as frequently as every five seconds, or once every 12
hours. The instrument can log 768 daily records
Lithium battery pack
(more than two years), 6392 interval records
(more than eight months at one-hour intervals),
The 14” x 12” x 8” weatherproof Scanner 2200 enclosure houses the electronic circuitry,
an integral solar charge controller or DC power supply, a 12V, 33 amp/hour battery, a
lithium battery pack and a radio or modem. Communications options include a DC-to-DC
converter for powering an analog input or output loop with solar power, and a serial to
Ethernet converter for connecting the EFM to an Ethernet network.
and 1152 event alarm records.
Quick and Easy Downloads
Data downloads to a laptop computer have
never been easier. Just plug a USB cable into
your computer and connect the other end
ISO 5167
Communications
to the external USB port in the side of the
Cone
Averaging pitot tube (Annubar®)
• RTU Modbus communications
enclosure. Configurable radio power
controls can also be enabled to power the
radio only during desired download periods.
Enclosure
• Dimensions: 14” x 12” x 8”
• Supports mounting and signal connections
for radios and modems
Display
• Adjustable contrast
• Adjustable update period
• Two-line LCD readout
Eight-digit value display (top line)
Six-digit parameter scrolling display
(bottom line)
• Fluid properties
Can be used simultaneously with Port 2
Selectable baud rate: 9600 to 38,400
AGA-8-92 (detail and gross)
IF-97 (steam)
Generic liquid (water or emulsions)
• Communications Port 2 – USB,
RS-232 or RS-485
API-2540 liquid (crude oil, gasoline, jet
fuel, fuel oils, lube oil)
External USB port for quick connections
Three connection options (only one can
transmit/receive at a time)
• Wet correction (steam)
James (orifice)
Can be used simultaneously with Port 1
Chisholm (orifice)
Selectable baud rate: 9600 to 38,400
Steven (cone)
Configurable radio control (can be used
to manage radio power, based on state
of charge or time of day)
Certification
• Electrical classification
Approved by CSA for US and
Canada-Class I, Div. 2,
Groups A, B, C, D, T4
Rated for Internal Pollution Degree 2
• View up to 12 user-defined parameters
CSA/UL Type 4 or 4X enclosure rating
(ingress protection);
Type 4X requires MVT with stainless steel
bolts
• Configurable units of measurement
• Adjustable contrast, update period
and scroll duration
• Flow rate (natural gas, steam and liquid)
1
• Easy-to-read 0.5” characters
Calculations
• Communications Port 1 – RS-485
ANSI 12.27.01 single seal
(up to 3000 psi) at process temperatures
from -40° F to 250° F (-40° C to 121° C)
AGA-3
• Pressure Classification
AGA-7
Compensated liquid turbine
ASME pressure vessel code compliant, 0 to
3000 psi (CRN 0F10472.5C)
• Full download in approximately 6 minute
• Enron Modbus compliant downloads
• User-defineable block reads allow the
grouping of up to 25 floating point values
for faster data transfer using a SCADA
system
Inputs
Turbine Meter Inputs 1 and 2
• Configurable sensitivity adjustment
(20 mV to 200 mV, peak-to-peak)
• Frequency range: up to 3500 Hz
• Input amplitude: 20 mV to 3000 mV,
peak-to-peak
Pulse Inputs 1 and 2
• Accepts a signal from a turbine meter or
positive displacement meter
• Optically isolated
• Input: 3 to 30 VDC or contact closure
• Can be used as a status input when
Turbine Meter Input 2 is in use
Analog Inputs 1 and 2
• Three-wire sensor interface
• Sensor power same as external power
supply for main board (6 to 30 VDC)
• Accuracy: 0.1% of full scale
• Temperature effect: 0.25% of full scale over
operating temperature range of -40° F to
158° F (-40° C to 70° C)
• Resolution: 20 bits
• User-adjustable sample time
and damping
Process Temperature Input
• 100-ohm platinum RTD with two-, three-,
or four-wire interface
• Sensing Range: -40° F to 800° F
(-40° C to 427° C)
• Accuracy: 0.36° F (0.2° C) over sensing
range at calibrated temperature
• Temperature effect (Fahrenheit):
0.54° F over operating range of
-40° F to 158° F
• Temperature effect (Celsius):
0.3° C over operating range of
-40° C to 70° C
• Resolution: 24 bits
• User-adjustable sample time
and damping
Outputs
Digital Outputs 1 and 2
• Configurable as pulse output or alarm
output
• Solid-state relay
• Output rating: Maximum of 60 mA max at
30 VDC
• Pulse output
Latched/unlatched
Normally open/closed
• Daily records: 768 (more than 2 years)
• 4 to 20 mA
• Interval records: 6392
(more than eight months of one-hour
intervals)
• Accuracy: 0.1% of full scale at
25° C (77° F), 50 PPM/°C (27.8 PPM/°F)
temperature drift
• Represents any measured variable
(e.g., differential pressure) or calculated
parameter (e.g., flow rate)
• Regulates control valve in PID
control applications
• Optically isolated
• Resolution: 16 bits
Memory
• Easy-to use
• Internal links to hardware and
software manuals
• Multilevel security
MVT
• Provides linearized digital data
Static pressure
Differential pressure
• Available with bottom ports
(gas measurement) or side ports
(liquid or steam measurement)
• NACE-compliant units also available
• User-adjustable sample time and damping
MVT Accuracy
• Stability: Long-term drift is less
than ±0.05% of URL per year over
a five-year period
• Differential pressure: ±0.05% of span
Effect on differential pressure for
a 100 psi change in pressure
• Zero shift: ±0.05% of URL
• Complete configuration
Configuration upload tool for configuring
multiple units
• Field calibration
1 to 12 calibration points
for each parameter
Three methods: multipoint,
set zero point and verify
Inputs are automatically locked
during calibration
MVT Pressure Ranges
Static
Pressure
/SWP
(PSIA)
(In. H2O)
Maximum
Overrange
Pressure
(PSIA)
100
30
150
300
200
450
Differential
Pressure
840
450
500
200
750
1500
200
2250
• Span shift: ±0.01% of reading
300
2250
• Static pressure: ±0.05% of span
400
2250
840
2250
200
4500
300
4500
400
4500
840
4500
200
7420
300
7420
400
7420
840
7420
• Temperature performance:
0.25% of full scale over full operating
temperature range
Based on any accumulator
(flow run or turbine inputs)
• Standard:
5° F to 122° F (-15° C to 50° C)
Status/diagnostic
• Provided at no charge
Data stored for up to 10 years
without power
Operating Temperatures
Out-of-range
Interface Software
512 KB
Configurable pulse representation (1
pulse = 1 MCF)
• Records up to 16 user-defined
parameters
Maximum frequency: 50 Hz
• Event/alarm records: 1152
Low/high
Adjustable from five seconds to 12 hours
• Real-time data polling
• Non-volatile memory for
configuration and log data
Configurable pulse duration
• Alarm output
• API 21.1 compliant
Analog Output
Audit Trail
3000
• Resolution: 24 bits
• Extended range with optional battery:
-40° F to 140° F (-40° C to 60° C)
• LCD contrast is reduced below
-22° F (-30° C)
5300
2
• Maintenance
Change plate
Change cone (linearization: 1 to 12 points)
Change averaging pitot tube
Change gas composition
Change steam properties
Change liquid parameters
Change flow coefficients
Change K-factor (linearization: 1 to 12 points)
Change turbine flow meter
Dedicated button for quick and easy downloads
Four menus
simplify
navigation
The ModWorX Pro
software interface
offers easy access
to the most
commonly used
functions from one
main display screen.
• Archive data downloads
Configurable downloads of all or new records
Download types: daily, interval and event/alarm records
Downloads are automatically saved in
uneditable binary (SDF) files
Exports to .xls, .csv, .rtf, .html, Flow-Cal® and PGAS® formats
• Reporting
Daily logs (table or trend graph)
Interval logs (table or trend graph)
Event/alarm logs
Configuration settings
Calibration settings
Snapshot of current status data and
calculated parameters
Documentation for quick reference
Calibrate Inputs:
Differential Pressure
Static Pressure
Process Temperature
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 2
Calibrate, Verify and
Set Zero Offset selectiions
available for each parameter.
Maintain Flow Run:
Change Orifice Plate
Change Cone
Change Gas Composition
Change Liquid Properties
Change Steam Properties
Change Flow Coefficients
Change Avg. Pitot Tube
Maintain Turbine:
Change Turbine
Flow meter
Change K-factors
Configure:
SYSTEM PARAMETERS
Device ID
Date and Time
Communications
Security
Display
Archive
Alarm
Modbus Registers
FLOW RUN SETUP
TURBINE SETUP
INPUTS
Task-based menus help operators
perform their jobs quickly and easily.
Differential Pressure
Static Pressure
Process Temperature
Analog Inputs 1 and 2
OUTPUTS
Digital
Analog
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