[PSS2A-1C13 P] Models IAP10S and IGP10S Absolute and Gauge

[PSS2A-1C13 P] Models IAP10S and IGP10S Absolute and Gauge
FIELD DEVICES – PRESSURE
Product Specifications
PSS 2A-1C13 P
Models IAP10S and IGP10S Absolute and Gauge Pressure Transmitters with
HART Communication Protocol
IAP10S/IGP10S
Transmitter
Flameproof Structure Codes
52, 53, 60-63, D5, D6,
S5, S6, SH, and SJ
IAP10S/IGP10S
Transmitter
Structure Codes 20-23, 30-33
D1, D2, S3, S4,
SC, and SD
The Foxboro® Pressure S Series Models IAP10S and IGP10S transmitters are intelligent, two-wire
transmitters that provide precise, reliable measurement of absolute or gauge pressure, and transmit a 4 to
20 mA output signal with a superimposed HART digital signal for remote configuration and monitoring.
FEATURES
 100 mS response time
 Unique patented FoxCal™ feature maintains
published accuracy without the need for field
calibration, down to 30:1 turndown, by using
multiple factory-present calibrated ranges.
 Time in Service meter features cumulative
power-up time and time powered since last user
reset
 Field-proven piezoresistive silicon microsensors
 Simple, elegant sensor packaging with very few
parts; achieves exceptionally high reliability
 Durable aluminum or 316 ss housing options
available; both meet NEMA 4X and IEC IP67
ratings
 Remote configuration capability via a HART
communicator or PC-based configurator; local
configuration capability via an optional LCD
indicator with on-board pushbuttons
 Numerous configurations of direct connect or
remote mount seals available
 HART 6 protocol allows multidrop topology
 Sensor wetted parts materials include Co-Ni-Cr,
316L ss, and nickel alloy(1)
 CE marked; complies with applicable EMC,
ATEX, and PED European Union Directives
1. Equivalent to Hastelloy®. Hastelloy is a registered trademark of Haynes International, Inc.
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 Multi-marking available for ATEX, CSA, and FM
intrinsically safe applications
 Complies with NAMUR NE 21 interference
immunity requirement, and NAMUR NE 43
analog output overrange and underrange
annunciations
 Complies with electromagnetic compatibility
requirements of European EMC Directive
2004/108/EC by conforming to following EN and
IEC Standards: EN 61326-1, and IEC 61000-4-2
through 61000-4-6
 Meet numerous requirements for hazardous
locations. Versions available to meet Agency
flameproof and zone requirements
 Dual Seal certified by CSA to meet ANSI/
TIME IN SERVICE METER
Similar to how an odometer allows an automobile
owner to track the total number of miles driven and a
trip odometer tracks the number of miles driven
since a user-defined starting point, the
IAP10S/IGP10S transmitters allow you to keep track
of the number of days the transmitter has been in
service. The Time In Service meter tracks both the
total number of days the transmitter has been
powered up in the field over its lifetime (total days),
and also tracks the number of days the transmitter
has been powered up since the last Time in Service
meter reset (user days). You can reset the user days
value to zero using a HART communicator, a PCbased configurator, or the optional local indicator,
but you cannot reset the lifetime service parameter.
ISA 12.27.01-2003 requirements
 Numerous mounting bracket set options
WIDE RANGEABILITY
 Standard 5-year warranty
Three absolute pressure versions are offered to
allow spans from 0.5 to 2000 psi (0.0034 to 13.8
MPa), and four gauge pressure versions are offered
to allow spans from 0.3 to 6000 psi (0.002 to 41.4
MPa).
HART COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
VERSION -T ELECTRONICS
4 to 20 mA with HART 6 communications. Allows
direct analog connection to common receivers while
still providing full digital communications using a
HART communicator, PC-based configurator, or
optional LCD indicator.
HART INTELLIGENT MODULE CONFIGURED
FOR 4 TO 20 mA OUTPUT
Measurements and diagnostics are available from
the HART communicator connected to the two-wire
loop carrying the 4 to 20 mA measurement signal by
using a bidirectional digital signal superimposed on
the 4 to 20 mA current signal.
Multiple measurements are transmitted digitally,
including not only the pressure measurement, but
also the electronics temperature and sensor
temperature, which can be used to monitor external
heat tracing equipment. Complete transmitter
diagnostics are also communicated.
Configuration and reranging can be accomplished
with a HART communicator, PC-based configurator,
or the optional LCD indicator with pushbuttons.
WIDE TURNDOWN RANGES
Excellent performance is maintained over a wide
turndown range, meaning that an IAP10S/IGP10S
transmitter performs as well as, or better than, two
separate transmitters designed to cover the same
turndown range.
The turndown ratio for span adjustment is up to
400:1. This means that the IGP10S transmitter with
its 200 psi URL sensor can be set to provide a 4 to
20 mA output for any range between 0 to 0.5 and 0
to 200 psi (0 to 0.0034 and 0 to 1.38 MPa). Similarly,
the IGP10S transmitter with its 2000 psi URL sensor
covers any range between 0 to 5 and 0 to 2000 psi
(0 to 0.034 and 0 to 13.8 MPa).
Accuracy of ±0.060% of span is maintained for a
span adjustment turndown range of up to 80:1 for
E and F range transmitters.
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Rerange* Accuracy of Transmiers with FoxCal Mulple Calibraon
1.8
1.6
Rerange Accuracy (% of Span)
1.4
1.2
1
Traditional
0.8
FoxCal Multiple Calibration
0.6
0.4
* Reconfigure URV without recalibration
0.2
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Rerange Span (% of URL)
PATENTED FoxCal™ TECHNOLOGY
OPTIONAL CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
The Foxboro S Series gauge and absolute pressure
transmitters offer the FoxCal™ multiple calibration
feature, which eliminates the need for a traditional
single span calibration at an application-specific
pressure range. Transmitters with the FoxCal feature
enabled use multiple calibrated ranges that are
stored in on-board memory. The calibrated ranges
are preset in the factory and cover the full pressure
range of the transmitter. During operation, a realtime, seamless transition from one calibrated range
to another maintains digital accuracy as a percent of
reading from 3% to 100% of the upper range limit
(URL).
Optionally, you can request a calibration certificate
with your IAP10S or IGP10S transmitter, which
provides verification that the transmitter meets the
reference accuracy specification within a user
specified range.
Factory calibration and field calibration for specific
applications are not required for zero-based ranges
up to 30:1 turndown. You can simply configure or
Rerange the upper range value (URV) without
performing a recalibration at the URV. You will only
need to perform a zero adjustment after installation
to obtain performance to the specified reference
accuracy.
For transmitters shipped with the FoxCal feature
enabled and the Calibration Certificate option
selected, the transmitters are not recalibrated to the
user specified range. The LRV and URV points are
configured (Reranged) to the user specified values
and the accuracy is verified over that specific range.
CUSTOM FACTORY CALIBRATION
A custom two-point factory calibration is also
available as a model code option. This option is
useful if your application requires non-zero based
ranges with greater than 10:1 turndown, zero-based
ranges with greater than 30:1 turndown, or when
mandated by a specific requirement. When a
transmitter is shipped with the custom factory
calibration option, the FoxCal feature is
automatically disabled and a traditional two-point
calibration is performed.
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HIGH PERFORMANCE
OPTIONAL LCD DIGITAL INDICATOR
Both transmitters utilize microprocessor-based
correction to achieve both excellent accuracy and
ambient temperature compensation.
This is a two-line digital indicator with on-board
pushbuttons that displays the measurement with a
choice of units. The pushbuttons allow zero and
span adjustments, as well as local configuration
without the need for a HART communicator or PCbased configurator. See Figure 8.
MULTIDROP COMMUNICATIONS
Point-to-point or multidrop topologies are permitted.
Multidrop communication is the connection of
several transmitters to a single communications line.
Communication between the host computer and
transmitters takes place digitally with the analog
output of the transmitter fixed. Up to fifteen
transmitters can be connected on a single twisted
pair of wires or over leased telephone lines. See
Figure 6 and Figure 7.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE
The combination of small size, light weight, direct
mounting, standard materials, and wide
measurement capability with high performance
make this an exceptionally cost effective solution for
process pressure measurement.
DIRECT PROCESS MOUNTING
WIDE VARIETY OF MATERIALS
With process connection of 316L ss or nickel alloy(2),
and sensor diaphragm available in either 316L ss,
nickel alloy(2), or highly corrosion resistant CobaltNickel-Chrome (Co-Ni-Cr), this transmitter is an
excellent choice for the vast majority of process
pressure measurements.
EASE OF INSTALLATION
These transmitters are light weight and easy-toinstall.
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.
2. Equivalent to Hastelloy® C-276.
Because of their light weight and external threaded
connection, these transmitters can be installed
directly on process piping without mounting
brackets. Optional mounting brackets are also
offered for unique mounting requirements.
FLAMEPROOF DESIGN
The IAP10S and IGP10S flameproof versions are
designed to meet Agency flameproof and zone
requirements.
Figure 1. Direct Connected Transmitter
(Flameproof Version Shown on Left)
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PRESSURE SEALS
PRESSURE SEALS
Pressure seals are used with the IAP10S, IGP10S,
Series 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.
Table 1 lists the various seals that can be used with
these transmitters. To order a transmitter with seals,
both a Transmitter Model Number and Seal Model
Number are required. See PSS 2A-1Z11 A for a
complete listing of pressure seal models and
specifications. Also see Figure 2 for typical pressure
seal configurations.
Table 1. Pressure Seals Used with IAP10S and IGP10S Transmitters
Direct Connect Pressure Seal Assemblies
Seal Model
Seal Description
Process Connections
PSFAD
Flanged, Direct Connect, Recessed Diaphragm ANSI Class 150/300/600/1500 flanges
PSFFD
Flanged, Direct Connect, Flush Diaphragm
ANSI Class 150/300/600 and PN 10/40
PSTAD
Threaded, Direct Connect, Recessed
Diaphragm
1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1, or 1 1/2 NPT internal thread
PSISD
In-Line Saddle Weld, Direct Connect, Recessed Lower housing of seal is in-line saddle welded to
Diaphragm
nominal 3- or 4-inch (and larger) pipe
PSFPS
Flanged, Remote Mount, Flush Diaphragm
ANSI Class 150/300/600 flanges and
BS/DIN PN 10/40 flanges
PSFES
Flanged, Remote Mount, Extended Diaphragm
ANSI Class 150/300/600 flanges and
BS/DIN PN 10/40, 10/16, 25/40 flanges
PSFAR
Flanged, Remote Mount, Recessed Diaphragm ANSI Class 150/300/600/1500 flanges
PSFFR
Flanged, Remote Mount, Flush Diaphragm
ANSI Class 150/300/600 flanges and DIN/BS PN
10/40
PSTAR
Threaded, Remote Mount, Recessed
Diaphragm
1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1, or 1 1/2 NPT internal thread
PSISR
In-Line Saddle Weld, Remote Mount, Recessed Lower housing of seal is in-line saddle welded to
Diaphragm
nominal 3- or 4-inch (and larger) pipe
PSSCR
Sanitary, Remote Mount, Flush Diaphragm
Process Connection secured with a Tri-Clamp to a 2or 3-inch pipe
PSSSR
Sanitary, Remote Mount, Extended Diaphragm
Process Connection to 2-in Mini Spud or 4-in Standard
Spud; Tri-Clamp
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Figure 2. Typical Pressure Seals used with IAP10S and IGP10S Transmitters
F U N C T I O N A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Table 2. Normal Operating Span and Span Limits for IAP10S and IGP10S Transmitters
Normal Operating Span (a)
Span Limits (a)
Model
Span Limit
Code
psi
MPa
bar
psi
MPa
bar
IAP10S
C
3 to 30
0.021 to 0.21
0.21 to 2.1
0.5 and 30
0.0034 and 0.21
0.034 and 2.1
D
6.67 to 200
0.046 to 1.38
0.46 to 13.8
0.5 and 200
0.0034 and 1.38 0.034 and 13.8
E
25 to 2000
0.17 to 13.8
1.7 to 138
5 and 2000
0.034 and 13.8
0.34 and 138
C
3 to 30
0.021 to 0.21
0.21 to 2.1
0.3 and 30
0.0021 and 0.21
0.021 and 2.1
D
6.67 to 200
0.046 to 1.38
0.46 to 13.8
0.5 and 200
0.0034 and 1.38 0.034 and 13.8
E
25 to 2000
0.17 to 13.8
1.7 to 138
5 and 2000
0.034 and 13.8
0.34 and 138
F (b)
75 to 6000
0.52 to 41.4
5.2 to 414
75 and 6000
0.52 and 41.4
5.2 and 414
IGP10S
a. In absolute or gauge pressure units, as applicable.
b. Not available with pressure seals.
Table 3. Maximum Overrange and Proof Pressure Ratings
Span Limit
Code
C
Maximum Overrange Pressure Rating (a)
Proof Pressure Rating (a) (b)
psi
MPa
psi
MPa
45
0.31
120
0.827
D
300
2.1
800
5.51
E
3000
20.7
8000
55.1
F (IGP10S only)
8400
58
24000
165
a. Values listed are in absolute or gauge pressure units, as applicable. Maximum overrange pressure is the
maximum pressure that may be applied without causing damage to the transmitter.
b. Proof pressure ratings meet ANSI/ISA Standard S82.03-1988. Unit may become nonfunctional after
application of proof pressure.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Output Signal and Configuration
Output is 4 to 20 mA with digital HART
communications. For multidrop applications, the mA
signal is fixed at 4 mA to provide power to the
device. Configurable using the HART communicator,
PC-based configurator, or optional LCD indicator
with on-board pushbuttons.
Supply Voltage Requirements and External Loop
Load Limitations
Nominal minimum supply voltage is 11.5 V dc. This
value can be reduced to 11 V dc by using a plug-in
jumper across the test receptacles in the field wiring
compartment terminal block as shown in the
Physical Specifications section.
Figure 3. 4 to 20 mA Output,
Supply Voltage vs. Output Load
Electronics and Sensor Temperatures
Field Wiring Reversal
Accidental reversal of field wiring will not damage the
transmitter, provided the current is limited to 1 A or
less by active current limiting or loop resistance.
Sustained currents of 1 A will not damage the
electronics module or sensor, but could damage the
terminal block assembly and external instruments in
the loop.
Suppressed Zero
Suppressed zero ranges are acceptable as long as
the Span and Range Limits are not exceeded.
Zero and Span Adjustments
Zero and span adjustments can be initiated using a
HART communicator, a PC-based configurator, or
the optional LCD indicator with on-board
pushbuttons.
Write Protect Jumper
The transmitter has a write protect jumper that can
be positioned to lock out all configurators from
making transmitter database changes. This makes
the transmitter suitable for Safety Shutdown System
Applications that require this feature.
1500
OUTPUT LOAD, Ω
Electronics and sensor temperatures are readable
from the HART communicator or PC-based
configurator. This measurement corresponds to the
transmitter temperature at the sensor and electronic
module; it is not necessarily the process
temperature.
TYPICAL SUPPLY
VOLTAGE AND
LOAD LIMITS
V dc LOAD Ω
24 250 & 594
30 250 & 880
32 250 & 975
1000
1450
MIN. LOAD WITH
COMMUNICATOR
OR PC-BASED
CONFIG.
OPERATING
AREA
500
250
SEE NOTE BELOW
0
0
10
20
30
40
11.5
42
SUPPLY VOLTAGE, V dc
50
NOTE
Transmitter will function with an output load less
than 250 Ω provided that a HART Communicator
or PC-based Configurator is not connected to it.
Use of a Communicator or PC-based Configurator
requires 250 Ω minimum load.
Zeroing for Nonzero-Based Ranges
Dual Function Zeroing allows zeroing with the
transmitter open to atmosphere, even when there is
a nonzero-based range. This greatly simplifies
position effect zeroing on many pressure and level
applications. It applies to the LCD Indicator
pushbuttons and optional External Zero Adjustment.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Adjustable Damping
Damping is user-selectable to values of 0, 0.25, 0.5,
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, or 32 seconds.
NOTE
Selecting “DAMP 0” in the damping menu will
give the fastest response. For optimal
performance, “DAMP 0” is not recommended
with turndown ranges exceeding 30:1.
Configuration and Calibration Data and
Electronics Upgradeability
All factory characterization data and user
configuration and calibration data are stored in the
sensor (refer to Figure 5, Transmitter Functional
Diagram). This means that the electronics module
may be replaced, with one of like type, with a
minimal amount of reconfiguration.
Transmitter Response Time
Module replacement can affect the accuracy by
0.10% of span.
With damping set to 0 s, the transmitter response
time is less than 100 ms for a 63% response to a
pressure step change.
Configuration Capability
Minimum Allowable Absolute Pressure vs.
Transmitter Temperature
 With Silicone Fill Fluid, Full Vacuum: up to
121°C (250°F)
 With Inert Fill Fluid: refer to Figure 4
Figure 4. Minimum Allowable
Absolute Pressure vs. Transmitter Temperature,
Inert FC-43, 2.6 cSt at 25°C (77°F)
0
ABSOLUTE PRESSURE, mmHg
-30
TEMPERATURE, ° C
30
60
90
120
140
Calibrated Range
– Input range within range limits
– See Table 4 for pressure units
Output Measurement #1 – Digital Primary
Variable and 4 to 20 mA
– Mode: Linear
– Units: See Table 4 for pressure units
Output Measurement #2 – Digital Secondary
Variable
– Mode: Linear
– Units: See Table 4 for pressure units
120
100
FLUORINERT
FC-43 FLUID
OPERATING
AREA
80
60
40
20
0
-25
0
50
100
150
TEMPERATURE, ° F
200
250
Current Outputs for Overrange, Fail, and Offline
Conditions
Parameter
Offline
Current Outputs
Configurable between 3.6 and 21.0 mA
Sensor Failure Configurable to Fail Lo or Fail Hi
Fail Lo
3.60 mA
Underrange
3.8 mA
Overrange
20.50 mA
Fail Hi
21.00 mA
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Figure 5. Transmitter Functional Block Diagram
Electronics Module
Sensor
Analog to Digital Converter
Pressure Measurement
Nonvolatile Memory
• Complete Transmitter
Configuration
• Correction
Coefficients
• Multiple Calibration/
Calibration Data
Sensor
Temperature
Measurement
Piezo-Resistive Sensor
Measured
Pressure
Atmospheric Vent
(Gauge), or Sealed
Reference
(Absolute)
Microprocessor
• Sensor Linearization
• Reranging
• Loop Calibration
• Damping
• Engineering Units
• Diagnostic Routines
• Failsafe High or Low
• Digital Communication
• Temp. Compensation
• Pressure Sensor
• D/A Converter
Digital to Analog
Converter
4 to 20 mA Output
with HART
Communications
HART
Modem
1200 Baud
Memory
• Calibration
• Configuration
• Time in Service
Data
Nonvolatile Mem.
• Program
• Module Coeff
LCD Indicator/Configurator
including Zero and Span
Remote Communication
HART Communicator
or
PC-based Configurator
External Zero
Adjustment
Communications
Multidrop Mode (Fixed Current)
Transmitter communication is configurable for either
analog or multidrop (fixed current) mode. Digital
communication is provided in both modes based
upon the FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) technique
which alternately superimposes one of two different
frequencies on the uninterrupted current carried by
the two signal/power wires. See Figure 6 and
Figure 7.
This mode supports communications with up to
15 transmitters on a single pair of signal/power
wires. The output signal is updated 4 times per
second and carries not only the pressure
measurement, but also the sensor and
electronics temperatures. Communication
between the transmitter and system, or between
the transmitter and communicator or
configurator, is rated for distances up to 1525 m
(5000 ft). The communications rate is
1200 baud and requires a minimum loop load of
250 ohms.
Analog Mode (4 to 20 mA)
The 4 to 20 mA output signal is updated
multiple times per second. Digital
communications between the transmitter and
HART communicator is rated for distances up to
3050 m (10,000 ft). The communications rate is
1200 baud and requires a minimum loop load of
250 ohms.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Table 4. Allowable Pressure Units for Calibrated
Range (a)
psi
bar
mbar
g/cm2
kg/cm2
inH2O
inHg
ftH2O
mmH2O
mmHg
inWC60
mWC4
inWC4
mmWC4
–
Pa
kPa
MPa
torr
atm
a. For absolute pressure, change psi to psia and
MPa to MPaa etc.
Figure 6. 4 to 20 mA Output Functional Block Diagram
Point-to-Point Communications
250 Ω MINIMUM BETWEEN POWER
SUPPLY AND COMMUNICATOR
+
INDICATOR
+
POWER
SUPPLY
+
COMMUNICATOR OR PCBASED CONFIGURATOR
MAY BE CONNECTED AT
ANY POINT IN THE LOOP,
SUBJECT TO THE 250 Ω
REQUIREMENT SHOWN.
CONTROLLER
OR
RECORDER
Figure 7. Typical Multidrop Functional Block Diagram
(Up to Fifteen Transmitters)
HOST
COMPUTER
TEMP.
XMTR
HART
COMPATIBLE
MODEM
GAUGE
PRESS
XMTR
d/p Cell
XMTR
The HART communicator or PC-based configurator
has full access to the “Display” and “Display and
Reconfigure” items listed below. It may be connected
to the communications wiring loop, and does not
disturb the mA current signal. Plug-in connection
points for the communicator are also provided on the
transmitter terminal block.
The following information can be continuously
displayed:
Process Measurement in two formats
Electronics and Sensor Temperatures
mA Output
Total number of days the transmitter has been
powered up (not configurable)
 Number of days the transmitter has been
powered up since the last Time in Service meter
reset.




The following information can be continuously
displayed and configured:
+
DIRECT
CONNECTED
TRANSMITTER
SHOWN
Remote Communications
250
MIN.
POWER
SUPPLY















Two Digital Outputs for Pressure
Choice of Pressure Engineering Units
Reranging without Pressure
Zero and Span Calibration
Electronic Damping
Temperature Sensor Failure Strategy
User Damping (Process Noise Damping)
Failsafe Direction (Fail High or Fail Low)
Tag, Descriptor, and Message
Poll Address
Loop Current Mode (Multidrop mode)
FoxCal multiple calibration (Enable or Disable)
External Zero (Enable or Disable)
Date of Last Calibration
Number of days the transmitter has been
powered up since the last Time in Service meter
reset.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Custom Factory Calibration (Option -C1)
Table 6. Example of Custom Full Factory
Configuration Option -C2
If you want to override the default FoxCal multiple
calibration behavior, specify Option -C1 to replace
FoxCal with a custom 2-point calibration. Be sure to
indicate the calibration range required in the sales
order.
Table 5. Example of Custom Factory Calibration
Option -C1
Parameter
Standard
(Default)
Configuration
Example of
Custom
Factory
Calibration
(Option -C1)
Calibrated Range
Pressure EGU
per sales order (a) inH2O
LRV
per sales order (b) 0
URV
per sales order (c) 100
Measurement #1
Pressure EGU
Output
per sales order (c) inH2O
4 to 20 mA
4 to 20 mA (d)
Measurement #2
Pressure EGU
per sales order (c) inH2O
a. Units from Table 4. If not specified, factory default
calibration is zero to maximum span; default units vary by
sensor code.
Parameter
Tagging Info.
Tag
(8 char. max.)
Long Tag
(32 char. max.)
Descriptor
(16 char. max.)
Message
(32 char. max.)
HART Poll Address
(0 to 63)
Loop Current Mode
d. Fixed current is used for multidrop applications.
Calibrated Range
Pressure EGU
NOTE
Any of the configurable parameters in Table 6
can easily be changed using the HART
communicator or PC-based configurator.
TAG
PT101
TAG
PT101
TAG NAME
WATER
PRESS.
LOCATION
BUILDING 2
0
0
Enabled
per sales order (b) inH2O
LRV
FoxCal or custom 0
cal. LRV per sales
order (c)
URV
FoxCal or custom 100
cal. URV per
sales order (d)
Measurement #1
Pressure EGU
Output
Optional Full Factory Configuration (Option -C2) Measurement #2
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. Refer to Table 6.
Example of
Custom
Configuration
Option -C2
Disabled (a)
b. Within Span and Range Limits for selected sensor code.
c. Same as Calibrated Range.
Standard
(Default)
Configuration
per sales order (d) inH2O
4 to 20 mA (e)
4 to 20 mA
Pressure EGU
per sales order (b) inH2O
Other
Electronic Damping
Failsafe Direction
Failure Strategy
Ext. Zero Option
0.25 s
Upscale
Continue
Enabled
0.5 s
Downscale
Failsafe
Disabled
a. For multidrop configurations, the loop current mode is set to
“fixed” or “disabled”, and the milliamp output is locked at a fixed
value of 4.0 mA. For traditional point-to-point configurations,
loop current mode is set to “active” or “enabled”.
b. Units from Table 4. If not specified, factory default calibration is
zero to maximum span; default units vary by sensor code.
c. Within Span and Range Limits for selected sensor code.
d. Same as Calibrated Range.
e. Fixed current is used for multidrop applications.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Optional LCD Indicator with Pushbuttons
Optional External Zero Adjustment
Indicator provides:
An external pushbutton mechanism (Figure 8) 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 adjustment.
 Two Lines: Five numeric characters on the top
line (four when a minus sign is needed); and
seven alphanumeric characters on the bottom
line.
 Measurement readout: Value displayed on the
top line and a units label displayed on the
bottom line.
 Configuration and calibration prompts.
Figure 8. LCD Indicator with Pushbuttons
TOPWORKS
WITH COVER
REMOVED
Two pushbuttons provide the following configuration
and calibration prompts:
 Zero and Span settings, noninteractive to
automatically set output to either 4 mA or 20 mA
using the “NEXT” and “ENTER” pushbuttons.
 4 and 20 mA Jog Settings, allowing the user to
easily increment the mA output signal up or
down in fine steps to match a value shown on an
external calibrator.
 Forward or Reverse Output
 Damping Adjustment
 Enable/Disable Optional External Zero
 Temperature Sensor Failure Strategy
 Failsafe Action (High or Low)
 Units Label (Bottom Line of Display)
 Settable Lower and Upper Range Values for
Transmission and Display (Top Line)
 Reranging without Pressure
 Percent (%) Output
OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL
ZERO
PUSHBUTTON
"NEXT"
PUSHBUTTON
NEXT
ENTER
OPTIONAL
LCD
INDICATOR
"ENTER"
PUSHBUTTON
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OPERATING, STORAGE, AND TRANSPORTATION
CONDITIONS
OP ER AT IN G, S T O R AG E, A N D TR AN S PO RTATI ON CO N D ITIO N S
Influence
Process Connection Temp.
with Silicone Fill Fluid
with Inert Fill Fluid
Electronics Temperature
with LCD Indicator (b)
Relative Humidity (d)
Reference
Operating
Conditions
Normal Operating
Conditions (a)
Operative Limits (a)
24 ± 2°C
(75 ± 3°F)
24 ± 2°C
(75 ± 3°F)
-29 to + 82°C
(-20 to +180°F)
-29 to + 82°C
(-20 to +180°F)
-46 and +121°C
(-50 and +250°F)
-29 and +121°C
(-20 and +250°F)
Not Applicable
24 ± 2°C
(75 ± 3°F)
24 ± 2°C
(75 ± 3°F)
-29 to + 82°C (c)
(-20 to +180°F) (c)
-20 to + 82°C (c)
(-4 to +180°F) (c)
-40 and +85°C (c)
(-40 and +185°F) (c)
-40 and +85°C (c)
(-40 and +185°F) (c)
-54 and +85°C
(-65 and +185°F)
-54 and +85°C
(-65 and +185°F)
50 ± 10%
Supply Voltage - mA Output 30 ± 0.5 V dc
0 to 100%
0 and 100%
Storage and
Transportation
Limits
Not Applicable
0 and 100%
Noncondensing
11.5 to 42 V dc (e)
11.5 and 42 V dc (e)
Not Applicable
Output Load - mA Output
650 Ω
0 to 1450 Ω
0 and 1450 Ω
Not Applicable
Vibration
1 m/s2
(0.1 “g”)
11 m/s2 (1.1 “g”)
With Aluminum Housing:
Per IEC 60770 for “field with high vibration level from 2.5 to 5 Hz
(in shipping package)
or pipeline with high vibration level”, 0.42 mm
peak to peak displacement from 10 to 60 Hz, 3
“g” constant acceleration input over a frequency
range of 60 to 1000 Hz.
With 316SST housing:
Per IEC 60770 for “field with general application
or pipeline with low vibration level, 0.30 mm
peak to peak displacement from 10 to 60 Hz, 2
“g” constant acceleration input over a frequency
range of 60 to 1000 Hz.
Mounting Position
Upright
Upright
No Limit
Not Applicable
a. Normal Operating Conditions and Operative Limits are defined per ANSI/ISA 51.1-1979 (R1993).
b. 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”.
c. Refer to “ELECTRICAL SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS” on page 17 for a restriction in ambient temperature limits with certain electrical
approvals/certifications.
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” on page 16.
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PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
P E R F O R M AN C E S PE CI F I C AT I O N S
Zero-Based Calibrations; 316L ss or Co-Ni-Cr Diaphragms with Silicone Fluid for IGP10S and
IAP10S;Under Reference Operating Conditions unless otherwise Specified;
URL = Upper Range Limit and Span = Calibrated Span (a) (b)
Accuracy (Includes Linearity, Hysteresis, and Repeatability)
Type
E and F Ranges
D Range
C Range
Digital Accuracy
Normal Operating
Spans
±0.05% of span
for spans ≥ 1.25% of URL (a)
±0.05% of span
for spans ≥ 3.33% of URL (a)
±0.05% of span
for spans ≥ 10% of URL (b)
Digital Accuracy
High Turndown
Spans
±(0.000625*(URL/Span))%
of span for spans < 1.25% of URL
±(0.001667*(URL/Span))%
of span for spans < 3.33% of URL
±(0.005*(URL/Span))% of span
for spans < 10% of URL
Analog Accuracy
Normal Operating
Spans
±0.06% of span
for spans ≥ 1.25% of URL (a)
±0.06% of span
for spans ≥ 3.33% of URL (a)
±0.06% of span
for spans ≥ 10% of URL (b)
Analog Accuracy
High Turndown
Spans
±[0.01+(0.000625*(URL/Span))]% ±[0.01+(0.001667*(URL/Span))]%
of span for spans < 1.25% of URL of span for spans < 3.33% of URL
±[0.01+(0.005*(URL/Span))]%
of span for spans < 10% of URL
a. The FoxCal multiple calibration feature maintains this accuracy for zero-based spans re-ranged down to 30:1 turndown (3.33%
of URL) without the need for a span point recalibration. For non-zero based spans exceeding 10:1 turndown from URL and
Normal Operating Spans exceeding 30:1 turndown from URL, a full two-point custom recalibration is recommended to ensure
optimal performance.
b. The FoxCal multiple calibration feature maintains this accuracy for zero-based spans re-ranged down to 10:1 turndown (10% of
URL) without the need for a span point recalibration. For non-zero based spans and Normal Operating Spans exceeding 10:1
turndown from URL, a full two-point custom recalibration is recommended to ensure optimal performance.
Stability
Long term drift is ±0.15% of URL over a 10-year
period (reference conditions).
Supply Voltage Effect
The output changes less than 0.005% of span for
each 1 V change within the specified supply voltage
requirements. See Figure 3.
Position Effect
The transmitter may be mounted in any position. Any
zero effect caused by the mounting position can be
eliminated by rezeroing. There is no span effect.
Ambient Temperature Effect
NOTE
For additional ambient temperature effect when
pressure seals are used, see PSS 2A-1Z11 A.
Transmitters with Span Limit Code C
Total effect for a 28°C (50°F) change within
Normal Operating Condition limits for Span Limit
Code C is:
± (0.06% URL + 0.03% Span)
Transmitters with Span Limit Codes D, E, and F
Total effect for a 28°C (50°F) change within
Normal Operating Condition limits for Span Limit
Codes D, E, and F is:
± (0.03% URL + 0.060% Span)
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PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Vibration Effect
With Aluminum Housing
Per IEC 61298-3, Section 7, Table 2 for “field with
high vibration level or pipeline with high vibration
level”: 0.42 mm peak to peak displacement from
10 to 60 Hz, 3 “g” constant acceleration input
over a frequency range of 60 to 1000 Hz. Total
effect is less than 0.1% of URL per “g”.
With Stainless Housing
Per IEC 61298-3, Section 7, Table 2 for “field with
general application or pipeline with low vibration
level”: 0.30 mm peak to peak displacement from
10 to 60 Hz, 2 “g” constant acceleration input
over a frequency range of 60 to 1000 Hz. Total
effect is less than 0.1% of URL per “g”.
RFI Effect
The output error is less than 0.1% of span for radio
frequencies in the range of 30 to 1000 MHz and field
intensity of 30 V/m when the transmitter is properly
installed with shielded conduit and grounding, and
housing covers are in place (per IEC Std. 61000-4-3).
Switching and Indirect Lightning Transients
The transmitter can withstand a transient surge up to
2000 V common mode or 1000 V normal mode
without permanent damage. The output shift is less
than 1.0%. (Per ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 and
IEC Std. 61000-4-5.)
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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
P H Y S I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Description
Absolute and Gauge Pressure Transmitters IAP10S and IGP10S
Process Wetted Parts
Materials (High Pressure
Side)
Process Connection
Sensor Diaphragm
316L ss or nickel alloy (a)
316L ss, Co-Ni-Cr, or nickel alloy (a)
Reference Side Materials
(Atmospheric Pressure
Side)
IGP10S Transmitter:
Silicon, Pyrex, RTV, and 316 ss
IAP10S Transmitter:
N/A
Sensor Fill Fluid
Silicone or Fluorinert
Electrical Housing and
Housing Covers
Two compartments to separate electronics from field connections. Material is low
copper (1% maximum) die-cast aluminum alloy with epoxy finish, or 316 ss.
Environmental Protection
The enclosure has the weatherproof, dust-tight, water-tight, and corrosion resistant
rating of IP 66/67 as defined by IEC 60529, and provides the environmental and
corrosion resistant protection rating of NEMA 4X.
Electronics Module
Printed wiring assemblies are conformally coated for moisture and dust protection.
Electrical Connections
1/2 NPT (Code 1) or M20 (Code 2) entrances on both sides of electronics housing, as
specified. Unused entrance must be plugged to ensure moisture and RFI protection
(Aluminum or 316 ss plug supplied).
Mounting Position
The transmitter may be mounted in any orientation.
Standard Transmitter
Approximate Mass
1.4 kg (3.1 lb)
(Does not include seals.
Refer to PSS 2A-1Z11 A for With 316 ss Housing
Add 1.1 kg (2.4 lb)
integral transmitter and seal
With LCD Indicator Option
systems)
Add 0.2 kg (0.4 lb)
Field Terminal Connections
TERMINAL BLOCK LOCATED
IN FIELD TERMINAL SIDE
OF TRANSMITTER
EARTH (GROUND)
TERMINAL SCREW,
0.164-32
+
(+) AND (-)
POWER
TERMINAL
SCREWS,
0.164-32
RECEPTACLES (3)
FOR STANDARD
BANANA PLUGS
a. Equivalent to Hastelloy® C-276.
HHT
CAL+
-
COMMUNICATOR
OR PC-BASED
CONFIGURATOR
PLUGS INSERTED
HERE
USED TO CHECK
TRANSMITTER
4 TO 20 mA OUTPUT
OPTIONAL
SHORTING BAR
(SB-11) REDUCES
MINIMUM VOLTAGE
FROM 11.5 V dc
TO 11 V dc
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS
E L EC T R I CA L SAF ET Y S PE CI F I CAT I ON S
The transmitters have been designed to meet the electrical safety descriptions listed in the table that
follows. Contact Global Customer Support for information or status of testing laboratory approvals or
certifications. See page 20 for availability of Electrical Safety Design Codes with particular transmitter
structures, and refer to applicable instruction manual for application conditions and connectivity
requirements.
Testing Laboratory, Types of
Protection, and Area Classification
Application Conditions
ATEX intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
ATEX flameproof, Ex d IIC
Temperature Class T6, T85°C, Ta = -40°C to +75°C
ATEX multiple certifications (includes ATEX
Codes AA and AN)
Applies to Codes AA and AN
ATEX protection type n, Ex ic IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
ATEX multiple certifications (includes ATEX
Codes AA, AD and AN)
Applies to Codes AA, AN, and AD
Electrical
Safety
Design Code
AA
AD
AM (a)
AN
AP (a)
INMETRO intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
BA
INMETRO flameproof, Ex d IIC
Temperature Class T4, T85°C, Ta = -40°C to +75°C
BD
INMETRO multiple certifications, ia, ic
Applies to Codes BA and BN
INMETRO protection type n, Ex ic IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
INMETRO multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
Applies to Codes BA, BN, and BD
CSA intrinsically safe, Divisions Class I Division
I, and Zone certified Ex ia
Temperature Class T4A at 40°C and T3C at 85°C
maximum ambient
CA
CSA Divisions and zone certified flameproof Ex
d IIC; also explosion proof, dust ignition-proof
T6, Maximum Ambient Temperature 75°C
CD
CSA Class I, Division 2 non-incendive, Zone
certified Ex nA IIC
Temperature Class T4A at 40°C and T3C at 85°C
maximum ambient
CN
IECEx intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
EA
IECEx flameproof, Ex d IIC
Temperature Class T6, Ta = -40°C to +75°C
IECEx multiple certifications, ia, ic, nA
Applies to Codes EA and EN
BM (a)
BN
BP (a)
ED
EM (a)
IECEx protection type n, Ex ic IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
IECEx multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
Applies to Codes EA, EN, and ED
FM Classes I, II and III Division 1 intrinsically
safe, Zones AEx ia IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
FA
FM Classes I, II and III Division 1 explosion
proof, dust-ignition proof, Zone approved AEx d
IIC
Temperature Class T6 at 75°C and T5 at 85°C
maximum ambient
FD
Classes I, II and III FM Division 2 non-incendive, Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
Zone approved AEx nA IIC
Multi-marked for ATEX, CSA, and FM
Intrinsically Safe Application
Applies to Codes FA, CA and AA
EN
EP (a)
FN
MA (b)
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MODEL CODE: IAP10S AND IGP10S TRANSMITTERS
Testing Laboratory, Types of
Protection, and Area Classification
Application Conditions
NEPSI intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
NEPSI flameproof, Ex d IIC
Temperature Class T6, T85°C, Ta = -40°C to +75°C
NEPSI multiple certifications, ia, ic
Applies to Codes NA and NN
NEPSI protection type n, Ex ic IIC
Temperature Class T4, Ta = -40°C to +80°C
NEPSI multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
Applies to Codes NA, NN and ND
Electrical
Safety
Design Code
No certification
NA
ND
NM (a)
NN
NP (a)
ZZ
a. When selecting Safety Design Code AM, AP, BM, BP, EM, EP, NM, or NP you must permanently mark (check off in rectangle block
on data plate) one type of protection only (ia and ib, d, or n). Do not change this mark once it has been applied.
b. When selecting Safety Design Code MA, you must permanently mark (check off in rectangular block on data plate) intrinsically safe
certifications for ATEX, CSA, or FM, as applicable. Do not change this mark once it has been applied.
MODEL CODE: IAP10S AND IGP10S TRANSMITTERS
Description
Model
Intelligent Electronic Direct Connected Intelligent Absolute Pressure Transmitter
Intelligent Electronic Direct Connected Intelligent Gauge Pressure Transmitter
IAP10S
IGP10S
Electronics Versions and Output Signal
Digital HART and 4 to 20 mA dc
-T
Structure Code - Select from one of the following six groups:
1. Transmitter Only (no seals)
Process
Connection
Sensor
316L ss
Co-Ni-Cr
316L ss
Co-Ni-Cr
316L ss
316L ss
316L ss
316L ss
316L ss
Nickel alloy (a)
316L ss
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Sensor
Fill Fluid
Silicone
Inert
Silicone
Inert
Silicone
Inert
Silicone
Inert
Connection Type
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread, 1/4 NPT Internal Thread
20
21
22
23
30
31
32
33
2. Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Model Coded Seals
Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Direct Connect Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (b)
Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Direct Connect Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (IGP10S only) (b)
Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Remote Mount Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (b)
Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Remote Mount Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (IGP10S only) (b)
D1
D2
S3
S4
3. Transmitters Prepared for non-Foxboro Seals
Transmitter Prepared for Remote Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (c) (d)
Transmitter Prepared for Remote Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (c) (e)
SC
SD
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MODEL CODE: IAP10S AND IGP10S TRANSMITTERS
M OD E L C O DE : I AP 10 S AN D I G P 10 S T R AN SM I T T ER S ( CO N T I N U E D )
Description
4. Flameproof Transmitter Only (no seals)
Process
Sensor
Connection
Sensor
Fill Fluid
316L ss
316L ss
Silicone
316L ss
316L ss
Inert
316L ss
Nickel alloy (a)
Silicone
316L ss
Nickel alloy (a)
Inert
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Silicone
Nickel alloy (a)
Nickel alloy (a)
Inert
Model
Connection Type
1/2 NPT External Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread
1/2 NPT External Thread
52
53
60
61
62
63
5. Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Foxboro Model Coded Seals
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Direct Connect Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (b)
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Direct Connect Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (IGP10S only) (b)
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Remote Mount Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (b)
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Remote Mount Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (IGP10S only) (b)
D5
D6
S5
S6
6. Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for non-Foxboro Seals
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Remote Seal; Silicone Fill in Sensor (c) (d)
Flameproof Transmitter Prepared for Remote Seal; Inert Fill in Sensor (c) (e)
SH
SJ
Span Limits - Absolute or Gauge Pressure Units, as Applicable
psi
0.5 and 30
0.5 and 200
5 and 2000
N/A
IAP10S
MPa
0.0034 and 0.21
0.0034 and 1.38
0.034 and 13.8
N/A
bar
0.034 and 2.1
0.034 and 13.8
0.34 and 138
N/A
psi
0.3 and 30
0.5 and 200
5 and 2000
75 and 6000
IGP10S
MPa
0.002 and 0.21
0.0034 and 1.38
0.034 and 13.8
0.52 and 41.4
bar
0.02 and 2.1
0.034 and 13.8
0.34 and 138
5.2 and 414
C
D
E
F
Conduit Connection and Housing Material
1/2 NPT Conduit Connection, Aluminum Housing
1/2 NPT Conduit Connection, 316 ss Housing
M20 Conduit Connection, Both Sides, Aluminum Housing
M20 Conduit Connection, Both Sides, 316 ss Housing
1
3
5
6
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MODEL CODE: IAP10S AND IGP10S TRANSMITTERS
M OD E L C O DE : I AP 10 S AN D I G P 10 S T R AN SM I T T ER S ( CO N T I N U E D)
Description
Electrical Safety (Also See “ELECTRICAL SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS” on page 17)
ATEX intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
ATEX flameproof, Ex d IIC
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
ATEX multiple certifications (includes ATEX Codes AA and AN)
ATEX protection type n, Ex ic IIC
ATEX multiple certifications (includes ATEX Codes AA, AD and AN)
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
INMETRO intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
INMETRO flameproof, Ex d IIC
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
INMETRO multiple certifications, ia, ic
INMETRO protection type n, Ex ic IIC
INMETRO multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
CSA intrinsically safe, Zone certified Ex ia
CSA zone certified flameproof Ex d IIC; also explosion proof, dust ignition-proof
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
CSA non-incendive, Zone certified Ex nA IIC
IECEx intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
IECEx flameproof, Ex d IIC
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
IECEx multiple certifications, ia, ic
IECEx protection type n, Ex ic IIC
IECEx multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
FM Classes I, II and III Division 1 intrinsically safe, AEx ia IIC
FM Classes I, II and III Division 1 explosion proof, dust-ignition proof, Zone approved AEx d IIC
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
Classes I, II and III FM Division 2 non-incendive, Zone approved AEx nA IIC
Multi-marked for ATEX, CSA, and FM Intrinsically Safe Application
NEPSI intrinsically safe, Ex ia IIC
NEPSI flameproof, Ex d IIC
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
NEPSI multiple certifications, ia, ic
NEPSI protection type n, Ex ic IIC
NEPSI multiple certifications, ia, ic, and d
(with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
No certification
Model
AA
AD
AM
AN
AP
BA
BD
BM
BN
BP
CA
CD
CN
EA
ED
EM
EN
EP
FA
FD
FN
MA
NA
ND
NM
NN
NP
ZZ
Optional Selections
Mounting Bracket Sets
Painted Steel Bracket with Plated Steel Bolts, 1/2 NPT (with Conduit Connection Codes 1 and 3 only)
Stainless Steel Bracket with Stainless Steel Bolts, 1/2 NPT (with Conduit Connection Codes 1 and 3 only)
Painted Steel Bracket with Plated Steel Bolts, M20 (with Conduit Connection Codes 5 and 6 only)
Stainless Steel Bracket with Stainless Steel Bolts, M20 (with Conduit Connection Codes 5 and 6 only)
Stainless Steel Bracket for Flameproof Sensor Structures (with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5,
D6, S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
Painted Steel Bracket for Flameproof Sensor Structures (with Structure Codes 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, D5, D6,
S5, S6, SH, and SJ only)
-M1
-M2
-M5
-M6
-M7
-M8
Digital Indicator with Pushbuttons
Digital Indicator, Pushbuttons, and Window Cover
-L1
MODEL CODE: IAP10S AND IGP10S TRANSMITTERS
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M OD E L C O DE : I AP 10 S AN D I G P 10 S T R AN SM I T T ER S ( CO N T I N U E D )
Description
Model
Vent Screw and Block & Bleed Valve
316 ss Vent Screw in Process Connection (f) (g) (h)
Block and Bleed Valve, Carbon Steel (Not with Pressure Seals) (f) (i)
Block and Bleed Valve, 316 ss (Not with Pressure Seals) (f) (i)
Block and Bleed Valve, 316 ss with Monel Trim, NACE approved (Not with Pressure Seals) (g) (i)
-V1
-V2
-V3
-V4
Conduit Thread Adapters
Brass Cable Gland for use with Conduit Connection Codes 1 and 3 only
M20 Connector for use with Conduit Connection Codes 1 and 3 only
-A1
-A3
Electronics Housing Features
External Zero Adjustment
Custody Transfer Lock and Seal
External Zero Adjustment and Custody Transfer Lock and Seal
-Z1
-Z2
-Z3
Factory Configuration
Custom Factory Calibration
Full Factory Configuration (Requires Configuration Form to be filled out)
-C1
-C2
Instruction Books (Common MI, Brochure, and Full Documentation Set on CD-ROM is Standard)
Without Instruction Book and CD - Only “Getting Started” Brochure is supplied
-K1
Miscellaneous Optional Selections
G 1/2 B Manometer Process Connection
R 1/2 Process Connection (1/2 NPT to R 1/2 Adapter) (j)
Supplemental Customer Tag (Stainless Steel Tag wired onto Transmitter)
-G
-R
-T
Cleaning and Preparation
Unit Degreased - for Silicone Filled Sensors Only
(Not for Oxygen/Chlorine Service, Option -V1, or Pressure Seals)
Cleaned and Prepared for Oxygen Service - for Inert Filled Sensors Only
(Not with Option -V1, or Pressure Seals)
Cleaned and Prepared for Chlorine Service - with Structure Code 33 Only
(Not with Option -V1, or Pressure Seals)
-X1
-X2
-X3
a. Equivalent to Hastelloy® C-276.
b. Structure codes D1, D2, S3, S4, D5, D6, S5, and S6 are prepared for Foxboro model coded seals. Specify a transmitter model code
and a pressure seal model code. Refer to PSS 2A-1Z11 A for Foxboro pressure seal model codes.
c. Structure codes SC, SD, SH, and SJ are prepared for pressure seals provided by other suppliers. Do not specify a Foxboro pressure
seal model code.
d. For transmitters with Silicone fill prepared for remote pressure seals provided by other suppliers, specify Structure Code 22 or 52.
e. For transmitters with Inert fill prepared for remote pressure seals provided by other suppliers, specify Structure Code 23 or 53.
f.
Not available with –G option.
g. Not available with –X1 and –X2 options.
h. Not available with Structure Codes 32, 33, 62, and 63.
i.
Available only with Structure Codes 20, 21, 30, 32, 52, 60, and 62.
j.
Not available with pressure seals, or nickel alloy (a) sensors.
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SUGGESTED RFQ SPECIFICATIONS
S U G GE S T E D R F Q S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
The manufacturer shall provide direct connected pressure transmitters featuring remote digital
communications capability for measuring absolute or gauge pressure and transmitting a 4 to 20 mA output
with a superimposed HART digital signal for use in a standard two-wire dc supply voltage system. These
transmitters shall also be provided (as required) with direct connect pressure seals, or remote mount
capillary connected pressure seals. The specifications for these transmitters are as follows:
Communication Protocol:
HART, 4 to 20 mA dc, and digital output signal.
Remote Communications:
Must not interfere with output.
Accuracy:
Digital Output: ±0.050% of calibrated span.
4 to 20 mA Output: ±0.060% of calibrated span.
RFI Protection:
0.1% error between 30 and 1000 MHz at 30 V/m field intensity
Proof Pressure:
120, 1200, 11,500, or 22,000 psi for direct connected transmitters; as specified.
Span Limits:
IAP10S: From 0.5 to 2000 psi
IGP10S: From 0.3 to 6000 psi
For standard direct connected transmitters; as specified; or SI and Metric
equivalents
Electronics Housing:
IEC IP67 (NEMA 4X); 316 ss or aluminum housing with Epoxy finish; two
compartments (field wiring and electronics); housing sealed with O-rings for
double protection against moisture or other contaminants.
Modular Electronics:
Easily replaceable modular electronics; optional integral LCD Digital Indicator
with on-board configuration pushbuttons.
Mounting:
Process Connection:
Sensor Materials:
Electrical Classification:
Approximate Mass:
Model Code:
a. Equivalent to Hastelloy® C-276.
Direct to process.
IAP10S/IGP10S Transmitters: Direct to process piping or pressure seal
with 1/2 NPT; optional Rc 1/2 or G 1/2 B external threads to process piping.
Internal 1/4 NPT thread also provided as plumbing connection to process; or
prepared for a direct connect seal or capillary connected seal.
Co-Ni-Cr, 316L ss, and nickel alloy (a) for IAP10S/IGP10S transmitters.
Nonincendive for Class I and Class II, Division 2 locations; intrinsically safe or
explosionproof for Class I and Class II, Division 1 locations. Versions available
to meet Agency flameproof and zone requirements; comply with applicable
European Union Directives.
Direct Connected Transmitter:
With 316 ss Electronics Housing:
With Optional LCD Indicator:
With Pressure Seals:
1.4 kg (3.1 lb)
Add 1.1 kg (2.4 lb)
Add 0.2 kg (0.4 lb)
See PSS 2A-1Z11 A
IGP10S or IAP10S Direct Connected Gauge or Absolute Pressure Transmitters
all with HART Communication Protocol; with or without pressure seals; or
equivalent.
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DIMENSIONS – NOMINAL
DIMENSIONS – NOMINAL
mm
in
IAP10S AND IGP10S DIRECT CONNNECTED TRANSMITTERS
CONDUIT
CONNECTION
(SEE NOTE 1)
137
5.4
EXTENDED
COVER
USED WITH
OPTIONAL LCD
INDICATOR
96
3.8
165
6.5
193
7.6 OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL
ZERO
ADJUSTMENT
FLAMEPROOF
VERSION
32
1.25
(ACROSS FLATS)
IAP10S/IGP10S
OPTION -V1
165
6.5
EXTERNAL
EARTH
OPTIONAL (GROUND)
CUSTODY
TRANSFER
LOCK (SEAL)
BOTH ENDS
23
0.9
25
1.0
PROCESS CONNECTION 1/2 NPT
EXTERNAL THREAD AND 1/4 NPT
INTERNAL THREAD (NOTE 6)
IAP10S/IGP10S
OPTIONS -V2, -V3, -V4
244
9.6
203
8.0
NOTE 7
VENT SCREW
5/32 INCH
SOCKET HEAD
FIELD TERMINAL
CONNECTIONS
IAP10S/IGP10S
OPTION -R
168
6.6
NOTE 7
23
0.9
IAP10S/IGP10S
OPTION -G
FIELD
TERMINALS
CONDUIT
CONNECTION
(SEE NOTE 1)
ALLOW 50 mm
(2 in) CLEARANCE
FOR COVER
REMOVAL BOTH
ENDS (NOTE 5)
124
4.9
27 mm
(1.1 in)
HEX
HEAD
PROCESS
CONNECTION
G 1/2 B
48
1.9
PROCESS
CONNECTION R 1/2
NOTE 7
89
3.5
64
PROCESS
2.5
CONNECTION 1/2 NPT
NOTES
1. CONDUIT CONNECTION 1/2 NPT OR M20, BOTH SIDES: PLUG UNUSED CONNECTION WITH METAL PLUG
(SUPPLIED).
2. PROCESS CONNECTOR CAN BE REMOVED AND CONNECTION MADE DIRECTLY TO PROCESS COVER USING 1/4 NPT
INTERNAL THREAD IN PROCESS COVER. NOTE THAT WITH PROCESS CONNECTION CODE "0", THERE IS NO CONNECTOR.
3. PROCESS COVER CAN BE INVERTED MAKING OPTIONAL SIDE VENT A SIDE DRAIN.
4. FOR USERS WHO DESIRE THE PROCESS CONNECTOR ON THE RIGHT SIDE, MERELY ROTATE TRANSMITTER 180° AND
RELOCATE PROCESS CONNECTOR SHOWN TO THE RIGHT SIDE.
5. TOPWORKS ROTATABLE TO ANY POSITION WITHIN ONE TURN COUNTERCLOCKWISE OF FULLY TIGHTENED POSITION.
6. DO NOT USE THE 1/4 NPT INTERNAL THREAD TO DIRECT-CONNECT THE TRANSMITTER.
7. FOR FLAMEPROOF TRANSMITTERS, ADD 28 mm (1.1in) TO OVERALL HEIGHT DIMENSION.
REFER TO DIMENSIONAL PRINT DP020-463 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
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DIMENSIONS – NOMINAL
IAP10S/IGP10S WITH OPTIONS -M1 TO -M6
IAP10S/IGP10S WITH OPTIONS -M7 AND -M8
SPACER THREADS INTO
CONDUIT CONNECTION
FOR HORIZONTAL
PIPE MOUNTING
(U-BOLT IS
ROTATED 90°)
VERTICAL PIPE
MOUNTING
MOUNTING BRACKET REQUIRED
WHEN USING 1/4 NPT INTERNAL
PROCESS CONNECTION THREAD
MOUNTING BRACKET REQUIRED
WHEN USING 1/4 NPT INTERNAL
PROCESS CONNECTION THREAD
VERTICAL PIPE
MOUNTING
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NOTES
NO T ES
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NOTES
NOTES
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O RD E RI N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
1. Model Number(s) as follows:
Transmitter only if pressure seals are not selected
Both transmitter and pressure seal if a Foxboro pressure seal is selected.
See PSS 2A-1Z11 A.
2. Pressure Range (Lower Range Value and Upper Range Value in user-selected
pressure units). Note: This also defines the Calibrated Pressure Range if the
Custom Factory Calibration Option -C1 is specified.
3. Configuration Data Form when Full Factory Configuration Option -C2 is
specified.
4. Options and Accessories not in Model Code (see PSS 2A-1Z9 E).
5. User Tag Data - Data Plate; 32 characters maximum. For additional tag data,
specify Optional Supplemental Tag -T.
6. User Tag Data - Software (Database); up to 32 characters maximum (user
configured).
OTHER FOXBORO PRODUCTS
The Foxboro product lines offer a broad range of measurement
and instrument products, including solutions for pressure, flow,
analytical, temperature, positioning, controlling, and recording.
For a list of these offerings, visit our web site at:
www.fielddevices.foxboro.com
Invensys Systems, Inc.
10900 Equity Drive
Houston, TX 77041
United States of America
http://www.invensys.com
Global Customer Support
Inside U.S.: 1-866-746-6477
Outside U.S.:1-508-549-2424
Website: http://support.ips.invensys.com
Copyright 2013-2014 Invensys Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Invensys, Foxboro, and I/A Series are trademarks of
Invensys Limited, its subsidiaries, and affiliates. All
other trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Invensys is now part of Schneider Electric.
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