Pressure, Level & Temperature Transmitters & Transducers Low Power Differential Pressure Transmitter 1-5 VDC Output - 3mA Maximum Current LOW POWER DESIGN: When you need a low power, low voltage transmitter, the GPIDP-V Series Transmitter delivers: • 1 to 5 V dc Output Signal • 9 V dc Minimum Voltage • 3 mA Maximum Current HIGH DEPENDABILITY: Silicon strain gauge sensors successfully field-proven in hundreds of thousands of installations. INTELLIGENT TRANSMITTER FEATURES AT AN ECONOMICAL PRICE: When you want the flexibility and performance of a configurable, intelligent transmitter but you don’t need a digital output signal, these transmitters provide exceptional benefits at a very affordable price: Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Digital Indicator with On-Board Pushbuttons Pushbutton Configuration and Calibration: Zero and Span Settings Adjustable Damping Forward or Reverse Output Failsafe Output; upscale or downscale Reranging without applying pressure GPIDP Low Profile Structure LP2 GPIDP LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP1 GPIDP Traditional Structure GP:50 reserves the right to make product improvements and amendments to the product specifications stated throughout this brochure without prior notification. Please contact the factory on all critical dimensions and specifications for verification. A5SL-GPIDP-V.00 2770 Long Road, Grand Island, NY 14072 USA Tel. (716) 773-9300 Fax (716) 773-5019 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org website:www.gp50.com Page 2 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS GPIDP Series Differential Transmitter This transmitter is part of a complete family of Differential pressure transmitters all using field-proven silicon strain gauge sensor technology. High Performance Microprocessor-based correction provides excellent accuracy and ambient temperature compensation. Output Signal 1to5Vdc Output Load 1 to 10 megohms Supply Voltage and Current Requirements SUPPLY VOLTAGE - 9 to 15.5 V dc SUPPLY CURRENT - 3 mA Switching and Indirect Lightning Transients Transmitter withstands transient surges to 2000 V common mode or 1000 V normal mode without permanent damage. Output shift is less than 1.0%. (Per ANSI®/IEEE C62.41-1980 and IEC Std. 801-5.) European Union Directives -Designed to comply with Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements of European EMC Directive 89/336/EEC to the following CENELEC and IEC Standards: EN 50081-2, EN 50082-2, and IEC 801-2 through 801-6. -Designed to meet NAMUR Part 1 Interference Immunity Requirement (EMC). Designed to Applicable European Union Directives -RFI Effect Output error is less than 0.1% of calibrated span for frequencies from 27 to 1000 MHz and field intensity of 30 V/m when transmitter is properly Supply Voltage Effect installed, shielded cable in conduit, grounding, and The output changes less than 0.005% of calibrated span housing covers in place. (Per IEC Std. 801-3.) for each 1 V change within the specified supply voltage requirements. Minimum Allowable Absolute Pressure vs. Transmitter Temperature Power-Up Time WITH SILICONE FILL FLUID Full vacuum: up to Less than 5.0 seconds for output to reach first valid 121°C (250°F)WITH FLUORINERT® FILL FLUID measurement. Refer to Figure 1 below. Mounting Position The transmitter may be mounted in any orientation. Mounting Position Effect Any zero effect caused by the mounting position can be eliminated by re-zeroing. There is no span effect. Field Wiring Reversal Reversal of field wiring will not damage transmitter. Suppressed Zero and Elevated Zero Ranges These ranges are acceptable as long as Span and Range limits are not exceeded. Zero and Span Adjustments Zero and span adjustments accomplished using the pushbuttons on the LCD Indicator. See Figure 3. Adjustable Damping Transmitter response time is normally 0.75 s, or the electronically adjustable setting of 0 (none), 2, 4, or 8 seconds, whichever is greater, for a 90% recovery from an 80% input step as defined in ANSI®/ISA® S51.1. (For 63.2% recovery, 0.50 s with sensors B to F, and 0.60 s for sensor A.) Figure 1. Minimum Allowable Absolute Pressure vs. Transmitter Temperature, Fluorinert FC-43, 2.6 cSt at 25°C (77°F) Page 3 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (Cont.) Ease of Installation Rotatable Topworks allows transmitter installation in tight places, allows indicator to be positioned in preferred direction, and eases field retrofit. Two Conduit Entrances offer a choice of entry positions for ease of installation and self-draining of condensation regardless of mounting position and topworks rotation. Wiring Guides and Terminations provide ease of wire entry and support, plenty of space to work and store excess wire, and large, rugged screw terminals for easy wire termination. Environmental Protection Transmitter is dusttight and weather resistant per IEC IP66 and provides the environmental and corrosion resistant protection of NEMA® Type 4X. Electronics Housing and Housing Covers Housing has two compartments to separate the electronics from the field connections. The housing and covers are made from low copper, die-cast aluminum alloy with an epoxy finish, or from 316 ss. Buna-N O-ring seals are used to seal the threaded housing covers, housing neck, and terminal block. Electronics Module Printed wiring assemblies are conformally coated for moisture and dust protection. Electrical Terminations Field wires enter through 1/2 NPT, PG 13.5, or M20 threaded entrances, as specified, on either side of the electronics housing. Wires terminate under screw terminals and washers on terminal block in the field terminal compartment as shown in Figure 2. Unused threaded field wire entrance is plugged to insure moisture and RFI/EMI protection. EARTH (GROUND) TERMINAL SCREW, 0.164-32 TERMINAL BLOCK LOCATED IN FIELD TERMINAL SIDE OF TRANSMITTER + A (+) AND (-) POWER TERMINAL SCREWS, 0.164-32 B OUTPUT VOLTAGE TERMINAL SCREWS 0.164-32 A=(POS.) B=(NEG.) - Figure 2. Field Terminal Connections Three- or Four-Wire Connections Transmitter is supplied with a 4-wire terminal block, with the two negative terminals connected internally. This means that the transmitter can be wired with either three wires for wiring economy, or four wires for maximum accuracy. For relatively short wiring runs having low resistance, 3-wire connections can be used to minimize wiring costs. However, a voltage drop in the common lead carrying the power supply current will cause an error in the 1 to 5 V dc signal. For wiring runs with high resistance due to long lengths (or other reasons), or for maximum accuracy, a 4-wire connection may be used to provide input-output isolation. With 4-wire configurations, voltage drop in the power supply loop will have minimal effect on measurement. Standard Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Indicator with On-Board Pushbuttons (Figure 3) Indicator Provides: • Two Lines; four numeric characters on top line; seven alphanumeric characters on bottom line. • Measurement Readout; value on top line and units label on bottom line. • Configuration and Calibration Prompts. TOPWORKS WITH COVER REMOVED LCD INDICATOR OPTIONAL EXTERNAL ZERO PUSHBUTTON NEXT ENTER "ENTER" PUSHBUTTON "NEXT" PUSHBUTTON Figure 3. LCD Indicator with Pushbuttons Optional External Zero Adjustment An external pushbutton (Figure 3) mechanism is isolated from the electronics compartment and magnetically activates an internal reed switch through the housing. This eliminates a potential leak path for moisture or contaminants to get into the electronics compartment. This zero adjustment can be disabled by a configuration selection. Optional Transmitter Mounting Bracket Sets Numerous mounting bracket set options are offered to accommodate almost any mounting configuration required. See Dimensions-Nominal section. Page 4 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (Cont.) Configuration and Calibration Data, and Electronic Upgradeability All factory characterization data, and user configuration and calibration data are stored in the sensor. This means that the electronics module may be replaced, with one of like type, without the need for reconfiguration or recalibration. Although module replacement can affect accuracy up to 0.20% of span, this error can be removed by an mA trim without application of pressure. Pressure Seals Pressure seals are used with GPIDP Transmitters when it is necessary to keep the transmitter isolated from the process. A sealed system is used for a process fluid that may be corrosive, viscous, subject to temperature extremes, toxic, sanitary or tend to collect and solidify. Changing module types (from one protocol to another) may require reconfiguration and recalibration, as well as a different terminal block, but all factory characterization data is retained. Optional Custom Configuration (Option -C2) For the transmitter to be custom configured by the factory, the user must fill out a data form. If this option is not selected, a standard default configuration will be provided; for example: Parameter Example of Standard Custom (Default) Configuration Configuration Option -C2 Calibrated Range • Pressure Units • LRV • URV per S.O.(a) per S.O. per S.O. KG/CM2(a) 0 5 Output Direction Forward Reverse None 2.0 s Failsafe Direction Upscale Downscale Ext. Zero Option Enabled Disabled Label (2nd Line) (b) KG/CM2(d) Display LRV & URV • LRV • URV (c) (c) 0(e) 5(e) Electronic Damping (a) Select from list in Table 1. (b) Same as pressure units selected for calibrated range. (c) Same as calibrated range. (d) Same as pressure units selected for calibrated range, or percent. If square root mode (for GPIDP), custom flow rate units (up to 7 alphanumeric characters) may be specified. (e) Same as calibrated range or 0 to 100 for percent. If square root mode (for GPIDP), URV may be maximum flow rate value (up to 9999). Table 1. Allowable Pressure Units for Calibrated Range (a) inH2O ftH2O mmH2O inHg mmHg Pa kPa MPa torr mbar bar g/cm2 (a) Absolute or gauge pressure units, as applicable. kg/cm2 psi atm Typical Transmitter/Pressure Seal Configurations Page 5 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS COMMON TO ALL TRANSMITTERS (Cont.) OPERATING, STORAGE, AND TRANSPORTATION CONDITIONS Reference Operating Conditions Normal Operating Conditions Operative Limits Relative Humidity (d) • 24 ± 2°C (75 ± 3°F) • 24 ± 2°C (75 ± 3°F) • 24 ± 2°C (75 ± 3°F) • 24 ± 2°C (75 ± 3°F) 50 ± 10% • -29 to + 82°C (-20 to +180°F) • -29 to + 82°C (-20 to +180°F) • -29 to + 82°C (-20 to +180°F) • -20 to + 82°C (-4 to +180°F) 0 to 100% • -46 and +121°C (b) (-50 and +250°F) (b) • -29 and +121°C (-20 and +250°F) • -40 and +85°C (-40 and +185°F) • -29 and +85°C (-20 and +185°F) 0 and 100% Supply Voltage - mA Output Output Load - mA Output 30 ± 0.5 V dc 650 Ω 11.5 to 42 V dc (e) 0 to 1450 Ω 11.5 and 42 V dc (e) 0 and 1450 Ω Influence Process Connection Temp. • with Silicone Fill Fluid • with Fluorinert Fill Fluid Electronics Temperature • with LCD Indicator (c) Vibration Mounting Position 1 m/s2 (0.1 “g”) Upright 6.3 mm (0.25 in) Double Amplitude: from 5 to 15 Hz with Aluminum Housing and from 5 to 9 Hz with 316 ss Housing ------------------------------0 to 30 m/s2 (0 to 3 “g”) from 15 to 500 Hz with Aluminum Housing; and 0 to 10 m/s2 (0 to 1 “g”) from 9 to 500 Hz with 316 ss Housing Upright No Limit Storage and Transportation Limits • Not Applicable • Not Applicable • -54 and +85°C (-65 and +185°F) • -54 and +85°C (-65 and +185°F) 0 and 100% Noncondensing Not Applicable Not Applicable 11 m/s2 (1.1 “g”) from 2.5 to 5 Hz (in Shipping Package) Not Applicable (b) Selection of Option -J extends the low temperature limit of transmitters with silicone filled sensors down to -50°C (-58°F). (c) Although the LCD will not be damaged at any temperature within the “Storage and Transportation Limits”, updates will be slowed and readability decreased at temperatures outside the “Normal Operating Conditions”. (d) With topworks covers on and conduit entrances sealed. (e) 11.5 V dc can be reduced to 11 V dc by using a plug-in shorting bar; see “Physical Specifications” sections. Page 6 GPIDP DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS (Figure 7) Wide Rangeability Five DP range sensors cover measurement spans from 0.125 kPa to 21 MPa (0.5 inH2O to 3000 psi). This high turndown capability means that most differential pressure applications are satisfied with only these five ranges, simplifying your spare transmitter and spare parts requirements. Sensor Corrosion Protection Choice of 316L ss, Co-Ni-Cr, Hastelloy C, Monel, Gold-Plated 316L ss, and Tantalum materials. High corrosion resistance of Co-Ni-Cr (TI 037-078) means long service life without extra cost for exotic materials. See TI 37-75b for process applicability with Co-Ni-Cr and other wetted parts materials. WITH TRADITIONAL STRUCTURE WITH LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP1 WITH LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP2 Figure 7. GPIDP Differential Pressure Transmitter VENT SCREW OPTIONAL SIDE VENT Process Connectors Removable, gasketed process connectors allow a wide range of selections, including 1/4 NPT, 1/2 NPT, Rc 1/4, Rc 1/2, and weld neck connections. For very corrosive chemical processes, 1/2 NPT pvdf inserts are installed in the HI- and LO-side 316 ss covers when a traditional structure is used, and used as the process connectors. GPIDP Transmitter Structures GP:50 offers these transmitters with a traditional structure, and two low profile structures (LP1 and LP2). A brief description follows. TRADITIONAL STRUCTURE (FIGURE 8) This structure uses a design where the process connections are at 90° from the transmitter centerline. Vertical and horizontal mounting are provided for sensor cavity venting and draining. LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP1 (FIGURE 9) This structure provides process connections that are in line with the transmitter centerline. It is compact, and its light weight is ideal for direct mounting to process piping or manifold. An optional adapter plate (Options -P1 to -P8), shown in Figure 10 with the LP2, is offered for mounting to a Coplanar™ manifold. Sensor cavity venting and draining is provided for both vertical and horizontal installations. LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP2 (FIGURE 10) This structure, as with the LP1, is an in-line design which can be direct or bracket mounted. It is used for vertical installations, and can also be installed on existing Coplanar manifolds using an adapter plate (Options -P1 to -P8). Sensor cavity venting and draining are also provided. 90˚ PLUG OR DRAIN SCREW PROCESS COVER PROCESS CONNECTIONS Figure 8. Traditional Structure VENT SCREW PROCESS VENT CONNECTIONS SCREW PROCESS CONNECTIONS DRAIN SCREW Figure 9. LP1 Structure VENT AND DRAIN SCREWS UNIVERSAL BRACKET PROCESS CONNECTIONS ADAPTER PLATE COPLANAR BRACKET COPLANAR MANIFOLD Figure 10. LP2 Structure Page 7 GPIDP DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS (Cont.) Span and Range Limits for GPIDP Transmitters Span Limits Code kPa A (a) B C Code D E (c) 0.12 and 7.5 0.87 and 50 7 and 210 MPa 0.07 and 2.1 0.7 and 21(c) inH2O 0.5 and 30 3.5 and 200 28 and 840 psi 10 and 300 100 and 3000 (c) Range Limits kPa -7.5 and +7.5 -50 and +50 -210 and +210 MPa -0.21 and +2.1 -0.21 and 21 (c) mbar 1.2 and 75 8.7 and 500 70 and 2100 bar or kg/cm2 0.7 and 21 7 and 210 (c) inH2O -30 and +30 -200 and +200 -840 and +840 psi -30 and +300 -30 and +3000 (c) mbar -75 and +75 -500 and +500 -2100 and +2100 bar or kg/cm2 -2.1 and +21 -2.1 and +210 (c) (a) Span Limit Code A not available when pressure seals are selected. (b) Positive values indicate HI side of sensor at the high pressure, and negative values indicate LO side of sensor at the high pressure. (c) When certain options are specified, the upper span and range limits are reduced as shown in the “Options Impact” table below. Maximum Static and Proof Pressure Ratings for GPIDP Transmitters (a) Static Pressure Rating Transmitter Configuration (See Model Code for Description of Options) MPa psi bar or kg/cm2 40 25 20 16 15 10 2.1 5800 3625 2900 2320 2175 1500 300 400 250 200 160 150 100 21 With Option -D9 or -Y Standard or with Option -B2, -D3, or -D7 With Option -B3 With Option -D1 With Option -B1 or -D5 With Option -D2, -D4, -D6, or -D8 With Structure Codes 78 and 79 (pvdf insert) Proof Pressure Rating (b) MPa 100 100 70 64 60 40 8.4 psi 14500 14500 11150 9280 8700 6000 1200 bar or kg/cm2 1000 1000 700 640 600 400 84 (a) Refer to Model Code section for application and restrictions related to the items listed in the table. (b) Proof pressure ratings meet ANSI®/ISA® Standard S82.03-1988. Unit may become nonfunctional after application of proof pressure. Impact of Certain Options on Span and Range Limits (a) Option Description (Also see Model Code) Span and Range Limits Derated to: -B3 B7M Bolts and Nuts (NACE) 20 MPa (2900 psi, 200 bar, or kg/cm2) -D1 DIN Construction 16 MPa (2320 psi, 160 bar or kg/cm2) -D5 or -B1 DIN Construction or 316 ss Bolting 15 MPa (2175 psi, 150 bar or kg/cm2) -D2, -D4, -D6, or -D8 (a) DIN Construction (a) 10 MPa (1500 psi, 100 bar or kg/cm2) (a) (a) Refer to Model Code section for application and restrictions related to the items listed in the table. Accuracy (Includes Linearity, Hysteresis, and Repeatability) Code If Span is: Accuracy in % of Span is: A, C, D, ≥ 6.7% of URL &E B ≥ 5.0% of URL A, C, D, < 6.7% of URL &E B < 5.0% of URL ±0.1% ±0.1% URL ± ( 0.10 ) + ( 0.0067 ) ⎛⎝ --------------⎞⎠ Span URL ± ( 0.10 ) + ( 0.005 ) ⎛⎝ --------------⎞⎠ Span NOTE Accuracy stated is under Reference Operating Conditions; Zero-based Calibrations; Co-Ni-Cr or 316L ss sensor with silicone fluid; URL = upper range limit; and span = calibrated span. Ambient Temperature Effect Total effect for a 28°C (50°F) change within Normal Operating Condition limits is: Span Code Ambient Temperature Effect (a) A (b) ±(0.18% URL + 0.05% Span) B and C ±(0.03% URL + 0.10% Span) D ±(0.05% URL + 0.08% Span) E ±(0.08% URL + 0.05% Span) (a) See PSS 2A-1Z11 A for additive effect with pressure seals. (b) Span Limit Code A not applicable to transmitters with pressure seals. Page 8 GPIDP DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS (Cont.) Static Pressure Effect on Differential Pressure The zero and span shift for a 7 MPa, 1000 psi, change in static pressure is: ZERO SHIFT (a) Span Code Zero Shift-Static Pressure Effect A B and C D E ±0.30% URL (b) ±0.10% URL ±0.50% URL (b) ±0.50% URL (a)Can be calibrated out by zeroing at nominal line pressure. (b)Per 3.5 MPa (500 psi) for Span Codes A and D. SPAN SHIFT ±0.25% Reading (±0.030% for Span Code A) Vibration Effect Total effect is ±0.2% of URL per “g” for vibrations in the frequency range of 5 to 500 Hz; with double amplitudes of 6.3 mm (0.25 in) in the range of 5 to 15 Hz, or accelerations of 3 “g” in the range of 15 to 500 Hz, whichever is smaller, for transmitters with aluminum housings; and with double amplitudes of 6.3 mm (0.25 in) in the range of 5 to 9 Hz, or accelerations of 1 “g” in the range of 9 to 500 Hz, whichever is smaller, for transmitters with 316 ss housings. Stability Long term drift is less than ±0.05% of URL per year over a 5-year period. Fill Fluid Silicone Oil or Fluorinert FC43 Process Wetted Materials PROCESS CONNECTION 316L ss, cs, Monel, or Hastelloy C, or pvdf (Kynar) SENSOR DIAPHRAGM 316L ss, Co-Ni-Cr, Monel, Tantalum, Hastelloy C, or Gold-Plated 316L ss, as specified GASKET Glass-filled ptfe Pressure Seal Diaphragm Material Varies with pressure seal selected. See PSS 2A-1Z11 A. Dimensions Refer to Dimensions-Nominal section and to Dimensional Print DP 020-447. Approximate Mass (with Process Connectors) 4.2 kg (9.2 lb) – with Traditional Structure Add 0.1 kg (0.2 lb) – with Low Profile Structure LP1 Add 0.8 kg (1.8 lb) – with Low Profile Structure LP2 Add 1.1 kg (2.4 lb) – with 316 ss Housing Page 10 DIMENSIONS-NOMINAL (Cont.) mm /in GPIDP TRANSMITTER WITH LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP1 NOTES: 1. CONDUIT CONNECTION 1/2 NPT, PG 13.5, OR M20, BOTH SIDES: PLUG UNUSED CONNECTION WITH METAL PLUG (SUPPLIED). 2.PROCESS CONNECTORS MAY BE REMOVED AND TRANSMITTER MOUNTED DIRECTLY ON A MANIFOLD, OR CONNECTIONS MADE DIRECTLY TO PROCESS COVER USING 1/4 NPT INTERNAL THREAD IN PROCESS COVER. 3. THE TRANSMITTER'S LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP1 IS SHOWN IN THE VERTICALLY UPRIGHT POSITION. NOTE THE LOCATION OF THE STANDARD VENT/DRAIN SCREW. IN THIS CONFIGURATION THE TRANSMITTER CAN BE VENTED OR IS SELF-DRAINING. ALSO RECOMMENDED IS A HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION WHERE THE INSTALLED ORIENTATION CAN BE SET TO ALLOW FOR VENTING OR DRAINING. 4. PROCESS CONNECTORS CAN BE INVERTED TO GIVE EITHER 51, 54, OR 57 mm (2.0, 2.125, OR 2.25 in) CENTERTO-CENTER DISTANCE BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE CONNECTIONS. 5. TOPWORKS CAN BE ROTATED TO ANY POSITION WITHIN ONE TURN COUNTERCLOCKWISE OF THE FULLY TIGHTENED POSITION. Page 11 DIMENSIONS-NOMINAL (Cont.) mm in GPIDP TRANSMITTER WITH LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP2 84 3.3 ALLOW 50 mm (2 in) CLEARANCE FOR COVER REMOVAL, BOTH ENDS. (NOTE 5) 124 4.9 FIELD TERMINALS CONDUIT CONNECTION, BOTH SIDES (NOTE 1) OPTIONAL CUSTODY TRANSFER LOCK (SEAL) BOTH ENDS 188 7.4 EXTERNAL EARTH (GROUND) 221 8.7 STANDARD VENT/DRAIN, SEE NOTE 3. L-H 41.3 1.626 99 3.9 PROCESS CONNECTOR (NOTE 2) NOTE 4 160 6.3 NOTES: 1. CONDUIT CONNECTION 1/2 NPT, PG 13.5, OR M20, BOTH SIDES: PLUG UNUSED CONNECTION WITH METAL PLUG (SUPPLIED). 2. PROCESS CONNECTORS MAY BE REMOVED AND TRANSMITTER MOUNTED DIRECTLY ON A MANIFOLD, OR CONNECTIONS MADE DIRECTLY TO PROCESS COVER USING 1/4 NPT INTERNAL THREAD IN PROCESS COVER. 3. THE TRANSMITTER'S LOW PROFILE STRUCTURE LP2 IS SHOWN IN THE RECOMMENDED VERTICAL UPRIGHT POSITION. NOTE THE STANDARD VENT OR DRAIN SCREWS. HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED. 4. PROCESS CONNECTORS CAN BE INVERTED TO GIVE EITHER 51, 54, OR 57 mm (2.0, 2.125, OR 2.25 in) CENTER-TO-CENTER DISTANCE BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE CONNECTIONS. 5. TOPWORKS CAN BE ROTATED TO ANY POSITION WITHIN ONE TURN COUNTERCLOCKWISE OF THE FULLY TIGHTENED POSITION.
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