Model F53 Flow Monitor/Totalizer FLOW

Model F53 Flow Monitor/Totalizer FLOW
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Data Sheet F53/901
Supersedes F53/900
Model F53 Flow Monitor/Totalizer
(four sensor inputs and calculated measurement capability)
Universal-mount
1/2 DIN Style
Certified Compliant to
European Community Standards
The analyzer has four sensor
inputs (A, B, C, and D) to
independently measure up to four
flow rates and related volumes.
Any combination of GLI impeller
flow sensors and non-GLI flow
sensors with a 0-2000 Hz. output
can be used. This includes paddle
wheel, turbine, vortex, and other
flow sensors.
„ Large Backlit LCD Readout.
The large backlit LCD shows
measured values in 1/2-inch (13
mm) high numerals. Separate flow
rate and volume readouts are
provided for each sensor. Additional
measurement readouts show
various sensor flow rate/volume
combinations. A calculated
measurement can also be made for
any two sensors. The calculation
can be X-Y, X+Y, X/Y, or [X/Y] x
100 with selectable X and Y
variables representing specific
sensor flow rates or volumes.
„ Universal-mount 1/2 DIN
Enclosure.
This epoxy-coated metal, NEMA 4X
enclosure features a hinged front
panel to provide easy wiring access.
The supplied bracket and stainless
steel hardware enable panel,
surface, and pipe mounting.
„ Multiple Language Capability. „ Batch Control Capability.
All screens can be selected for
display in English, French,
German, or Spanish. (Other
available languages can be
substituted.)
„ Menu-guided Operation.
The large display, simple keypad,
and logical menu structure make
the F53 easy to use. Menu
screens, containing up to six text
lines, guide you through setup,
operation, calibration, and
test/maintenance functions.
„ Auto/Manual Totalizer Modes.
The totalizer for each sensor can be
set for automatic reset (resets
displayed volume to zero after
reaching maximum limit, and starts
a new count) or manual reset. At
any time, the volume of any sensor
can be manually reset to zero.
„ Electromagnetic
Conformance.
The analyzer exceeds U.S. and
meets European standards for
EMI and RFI emissions and
immunity.
„ Passcode-protected Access.
A security passcode restricts
access to configuration settings to
only authorized personnel.
Simple batch control is possible
by using the analyzer’s four
control relays which are
independently configurable.
„ Two 0/4-20 mA Analog
Outputs.
Each isolated analog output can
be assigned to represent the flow
rate or volume of any sensor, or a
calculated measurement.
„ Two Pulsed Outputs.
Two SPDT pulsed contact closure
outputs are provided to enable
remote counting or pumping. Each
pulse output can represent any
measured volume, and activate at a
desired volume increment for a
preset time duration.
„ Four Configurable Relays.
Each relay can be set to operate
as a control, dual-alarm, or
system status relay. They can be
independently assigned to
represent any sensor flow rate or
volume, or a preset two-sensor
calculation. Display screen
annunciators indicate relay
“on/off” status.
„ Simple Interactive Diagnostics.
Built-in diagnostics continuously
tests analyzer and sensor operation.
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„ Versatile Sensor Capability.
Specifications
Operational:
Display................................................Graphic dot matrix LCD, 128 x 64 pixels with LED backlighting; 1/2 inch (13 mm) main character height; 1/8
inch (3 mm) auxiliary information character height; menu screens contain up to six text lines
NOTE: Separate measurement readouts for flow rate and volume, and combined flow rate/volume readouts are provided for each sensor (A,
B, C, and D). Additional readouts include Sensor A and B flow rates, Sensor A and B volumes, Sensor C and D flow rates, Sensor C
and D volumes, and Analog Output 1 and 2 mA values. If set, a calculated measurement can also be displayed.
Measurement
Selectable Ranges
Flow Rate (all sensors)............................. 0-9999, 0-999.9, or 0-99.99 with selectable flow rate units and multiplier
Volume (all sensors)................................. 0-999,999,999 with selectable volume units
Calculation (X and Y are selectable):
X-Y: Flow .......................................... 0-9999, 0-999.9, or 0-99.99 with selected multiplier
Volume...................................... 0-999,999,999 in preset volume units
X+Y: Flow .......................................... 0-9999, 0-999.9, or 0-99.99 with selected multiplier
Volume...................................... 0-999,999,999 in preset volume units
X/Y (flow or volume) ............................ 0-9999, 0-999.9, or 0-99.99 (no units)
[X/Y] x 100 .......................................... 0-999% pass ratio
Analog Outputs (1 and 2) ......................... 0.00-20.00 mA or 4.00-20.00 mA
Ambient Conditions.............................Operation: -4 to +140°F (-20 to +60°C); 0 to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Storage:
-22 to +158°F (-30 to +70°C); 0 to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Relays:
Types/Outputs ................................Four electromechanical relays; SPDT (Form C) contacts; U.L. rated 5A 115/230 VAC, 5A @ 30 VDC resistive
Operational Modes..........................Each relay (A, B, C, and D) can be assigned to be driven by one of these measurements:
• Sensor A flow rate
• Sensor B flow rate
• Sensor C flow rate
• Sensor D flow rate
• Sensor A volume
• Sensor B volume
• Sensor C volume
• Sensor D volume
• Calculated measurement
Function Modes: Control...............Settings for high/low phasing, setpoint, deadband, overfeed timer, off delay, and on delay
Alarm .................Settings for low alarm pt., low alarm pt. deadband, high alarm pt., high alarm pt. deadband, off delay, and on delay
Status ................Not configurable; relay only activates when a sensor or analyzer diagnostic WARNING condition exists
Indicators ........................................Relay annunciators (A, B, C, and D) indicate respective relay status
Sensor-to-Analyzer Distance ..............GLI Impeller Sensors: 2000 ft. (610 m) maximum
Non-GLI Sensors:
300 ft. (91 m) maximum
Power Requirements ..........................90-130 VAC, 50/60 Hz. (10 VA max.) or 180-260 VAC, 50/60 Hz. (10 VA max.)
Calibration Adjust: Offset By .............Enter a “+” or “-” offset value that is respectively added to or subtracted from measured flow readings for a
linear offset
Set To..................Enter measurement value (derived from reference instrument reading) to linearly offset measured flow reading
NOTE: Calibration is actually achieved by independently configuring each sensor, which is a normal part of the initial setup.
Analog Outputs...................................Two isolated 0/4-20 mA outputs; each with 0.004 mA (12-bit) resolution and capability to drive up to 600 ohm
loads; each output can be assigned to represent one of these measurements:
• Sensor A flow rate
• Sensor B flow rate
• Sensor C flow rate
• Sensor D flow rate
• Sensor A volume
• Sensor B volume
• Sensor C volume
• Sensor D volume
• Calculated measurement
NOTE: Parameter (or calculated measurement) values can be entered to define the endpoints at which the minimum and maximum mA output
values are desired.
Pulsed Outputs...................................Two SPDT contact closures; each pulsed output can represent a selected measured volume, and activate at a
user-set volume increment for a desired time duration
Communication: RS-232 ..................Enables configuration and retrieval of measured data for one analyzer using IBM-compatible PC and GLI
optional software tool kit
HART Protocol ......Enables configuration and retrieval of measured data for multiple analyzers over a communication link using
appropriate hand-held terminal or data system with HART software
Memory Backup (non-volatile).............All user settings are retained indefinitely in memory (EEPROM)
EMI/RFI Conformance........................Exceeds U.S. and meets European standards for conducted and radiated emissions and immunity; certified
CE compliant for applications as specified by EN 50081-1 for emissions and EN 50082-2 for immunity
Electrical Certifications:
General Purpose.............................CSA/CSANRTL and FM (UL pending)
Class 1, Div. 2 (Groups A-D)..........CSA/CSANRTL and FM (UL pending)
Analyzer Performance (Electrical, Analog Outputs at 25°C):
Accuracy.............................................± 0.1% of span
Sensitivity............................................± 0.1% of span
Repeatability .......................................± 0.05% of span
Specifications (continued)
Temperature Drift................................Zero and Span: ± 0.02% of span per °C
Response Time ..................................1-60 seconds to 90% of value upon step change
Mechanical:
Enclosure............................................NEMA 4X; polycarbonate face panel, epoxy-coated high-quality cast aluminum door and case with four 1/2
inch (13 mm) conduit holes, nylon mounting bracket, and stainless steel hardware
Mounting Configurations .....................Panel, surface, and pipe (horizontal and vertical) mounting
Net Weight..........................................3.5 lbs. (1.6 kg) approximately
Ordering Information
MODEL NUMBER
F53 Flow monitor/totalizer (with four sensor inputs, four relays,
and two pulsed outputs) in 1/2 DIN, NEMA 4X enclosure
with hardware for panel, surface or pipe mounting.
RESERVED CATEGORIES
COMMUNICATIONS OUTPUT
A1 None
B1 HART Protocol
EQUIPMENT TAGGING (specify tag data)
N None
P Paper
S Stainless steel
F53
A4
Accessories (order separately):
• GLI Impeller Flow Sensors: Refer to data sheet
F1A11 for tee mount style flow sensors, or data
sheet F1A13 for pipe thread and “hot tap” style
flow sensors.
• Sun Shield 1000G3088-001: Aluminum shield
provides additional protection from harmful
effect of direct sunlight.
Product Number
Choose one from each category.
Engineering Specification
1. The microprocessor-based analyzer shall
have four sensor inputs that shall accept
any GLI impeller flow sensor, or non-GLI
flow sensor with a 0-2000 Hz. output such
as a paddle wheel, turbine, vortex, and
other sensors.
2. The analyzer shall have a graphical dot
matrix LCD display with 128 x 64 pixels and
LED backlighting. The main display
character height shall be 1/2 inch (13 mm).
Auxiliary information character height shall
be 1/8 inch (3mm).
3. The analyzer shall provide separate flow
rate and volume readouts for each sensor
(A, B, C, and D). Additional measurement
readouts shall include various sensor flow
rate/volume combinations, and Analog
Output 1 and 2 milliampere values. A
calculated measurement readout (X-Y,
X+Y, X/Y, or [X/Y] x 100) shall also be
possible for any two sensors. The X and Y
variables shall be selectable to represent
any sensor flow rate or volume.
4. The analyzer shall be operable in various
languages.
5. The analyzer shall have two selectable
calibration adjustment methods to linearly
offset the measured reading:
a) Offset By -- enter an offset value (“+” or
“-”) which is added to or subtracted
from the measured reading.
b) Set To -- enter a measured value
(derived from qualified reference
instrument reading).
6. The analyzer shall have a security
passcode to restrict access to configuration
settings to only authorized personnel.
7. The totalizer for each sensor volume (A, B,
C, and D) shall have two selectable reset
modes:
a) Manual -- totalizer stops counting after
reaching the maximum limit, and must
be manually reset to zero.
9. The analyzer shall have two SPDT pulsed
contact closure outputs for remote counting
or pumping. Each pulsed output can
represent any measured volume (Sensor A,
B, C, or D), and activate at a user-set
volume increment for a desired time
duration.
10. The analyzer shall have four relays that can
be selected to operate as a control, dualalarm, or system status relay. The relays
can be independently assigned to represent
any sensor flow rate or volume, or a preset
two-sensor calculation.
b) Automatic -- totalizer resets itself to
zero after reaching the maximum limit,
and starts a new count.
11. The analyzer shall be capable of simple
batch control by using the analyzer’s four
control relays which are independently
configurable.
At any time, regardless of the selected
mode, each volume shall be capable of
being manually reset to zero. Whenever
power is interrupted, volume counting shall
be suspended until power is restored when
counting resumes.
12. The analyzer shall have user-test
diagnostics for analog outputs, relays, and
pulsed outputs without requiring special
test equipment.
8. The analyzer shall have two isolated 0/4-20
mA analog outputs. Each output shall be
assigned to represent the flow rate or
volume of any sensor (A, B, C, or D) or, if
set, a calculated measurement. It shall be
possible to enter parameter (or calculated
measurement) values to define the
endpoints at which the minimum and
maximum mA output values are desired.
13. The analyzer shall be configurable using its
RS-232 port and GLI’s optional software
tool kit, or through HART protocol.
14. The analyzer shall be GLI International,
Inc. Model F53.
Dimensions
Inches (mm)
Model F1A11-series Tee Mount Style
Impeller Flow Sensors
Model F1A12/13-series Pipe Thread and
“Hot Tap” Impeller Flow Sensors
(for use with Model F53 Analyzer)
(for use with Model F53 Analyzer)
For complete details and specifications,
refer to data sheet F1A11.
For complete details and specifications,
refer to data sheet F1A13.
Data Sheet F53
Worldwide Headquarters and Sales:
GLI International, Inc.
9020 West Dean Road
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224
U.S.A.
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Represented By:
[414] 355-3601
[414] 355-8346
info@gliint.com
www.gliint.com
In the interest of improving and updating its equipment, GLI reserves the right to alter specifications to equipment at any time.
A Viridor Instrumentation company
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