System Data Sheet_150518_2.fm
System Data Sheet
Rosemount® Tank Gauging System
May 2015
00813-0100-5100, Rev AA
High performance bulk liquid measurement
Secure efficient operations, reduce risk and minimize measurement uncertainty with the scalable and
open architecture Rosemount Tank Gauging System.
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Get certified custody transfer accuracy based on
innovative radar technology
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Simplify automation and expansion with Smart
Wireless solutions
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Comply with the latest overfill prevention
standards such as API 2350
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Improve inventory and custody transfer
operations with TankMaster software
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Increase safety with IEC 61508 certified SIL 2 and
SIL 3 capable devices, and unique 2-in-1
technology
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Use gauge emulation to easily replace old
mechanical gauges from other vendors
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Rosemount Tank Gauging System
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What if you could meet every challenge today and
tomorrow?
Protect the value of your investment
There are always new challenges to face in a tank storage facility. Expansion or refurbishing projects mean you have to connect new
equipment to your installation. This is also the case when you replace damaged or outdated technology. Emerson’s Rosemount Tank
Gauging System lets you meet your challenges so you can increase plant efficiency and protect the value of your assets.
Works everywhere
Rosemount Tank Gauging System is suitable for all applications
and tank types: pressurized or non-pressurized, with fixed or
floating roofs. Applications include bulk liquid storage tanks in:
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Marketing terminals
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Refinery storage tanks
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Aviation fuel depots
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Biofuel plants
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Distilleries
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Independent tank terminals
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Liquefied gas terminals (LPG and LNG)
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Petrochemical industries
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Pipeline terminals
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Power plants
Fixed roof
Liquefied gas
Floating roof
Contents
System overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
System layout configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Key devices for tank gauging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
System functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
System certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
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System overview
Rosemount Tank Gauging System measures and calculates tank data for custody transfer, inventory management, oil movement,
mass balance and loss estimation, operational and blending control as well as leak detection and overfill prevention. The system can
be configured to provide the following tank data and functions:
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Net volume calculations according to API (with Tank Master)
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Complete inventory, hybrid and custody transfer functions (with TankMaster)
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Total observed volume and observed density calculations in the 2410 Tank Hub
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Level, level rate, temperature and free water interface level measurement
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Multiple temperature inputs for average calculations
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Vapor pressure and hydrostatic pressure measurement giving on-line density
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Relay outputs for SIL2/SIL3 high level alarms and customized functions
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Interoperability with all major DCS/Host systems
THUM
2240S with
765 sensor
5900S 2-in1
with Array
Antenna
5900S for LPG
to
DCS/Host
2410
2460
644
3051S
2230
2410
2-wire Intrinsically Safe (IS) self-configuring Tankbus enables cost efficient and safe installation.
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Make the most of your tank farm
Boost plant efficiency
Having access to reliable and accurate tank content information in real time is key
to high plant productivity. Operators can handle more tanks, fill the tanks higher
and better utilize the storage capacity. Rosemount Tank Gauging System is based
on a scalable technology with open architecture, allowing you to improve efficiency
step-by-step.
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Possible to combine devices freely – including devices from previous systems
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Automatic configuration of devices speeds up commissioning
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Wired and wireless networks can co-exist within the same system
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Installation can be done with tanks in operation (except for pressurized tanks)
Raise the level of safety
Lawmakers, corporate management, members of the community – demands for increased safety come from just about everywhere.
Rosemount Tank Gauging System allows you to meet existing and future requirements at he same time as you protect plant assets,
the environment and human lives.
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Continuous surveillance – radar level gauges are always in operation
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Two-wire intrinsically safe cabling on tanks
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IEC 61508 certified SIL 2 and SIL 3 capable level and alarm output devices
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2-in-1 gauging allowing simultaneous level measurement and independent alarm functionality
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API 2350 overfill prevention guidelines and expertise available whenever you need it
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Automatic proof-testing without affecting tank operations
Certified SIL 2 or SIL 3
capable overfill safety
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Unique 2-in-1 solution with full separation
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Ensure precise measurements
Rosemount Tank Gauging System gives you precise data for certified custody transfer,
inventory management and loss control. The level measurement accuracy of ±0.5 mm
(0.02 in.), together with the highest precision average temperature measurement,
ensures exact net volume calculations. In cases where medium accuracy is sufficient,
we offer a number of cost-effective gauging instruments.
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Level gauges with no moving parts and only the antenna inside the tank
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Custody transfer certification by OIML as well as many national institutes
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Precise measurement lets you stay in control of inventory and custody transfer
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Keep accurate track of leaks and overfills
Display and communication hub for
wired and wireless data
Transmitter for 3- or 4-wire calibrated
average temperature sensors
Ultra-precise radar level
Pressure measurement for
online mass and density
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Use modern technology to go further
Reach more tanks at less cost
Wireless tank gauging allows for installation cost savings by up to 70 percent. Rosemount Tank Gauging System supports Emerson’s
Smart Wireless, based on the wireless field network industry standard IEC 62591 (WirelessHART®). The Smart Wireless network is
self-organizing and automatically finds the best way around any obstacle.
Wireless data transmission gives you a lot of benefits and opportunities:
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No need for digging and trenching in a potentially complicated and dangerous
tank environment
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Possible to connect with tanks that are far away and divided by water or roads
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Easy to automate all bulk liquid storage measurement
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Redundant communication can be created without time-consuming cabling work
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Downtime for expansion, upgrading and maintenance is kept to a minimum
Meet the future with emulation
Emulation technology lets you replace old level gauges from all other major vendors, with modern radar-based tank gauging using
your existing field wiring and host system.
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Easy way to modernize your tank gauging system at a pace that suits you
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New and accurate devices make it possible to improve efficiency and safety
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Precise data strengthens tank content control allowing increased throughput
Host/DCS
Gateway
TankMaster
W
ire
le
ss
H
AR
T
Inventory
Management from
other vendor
RS232/RS485
THUM
Emulation
Gauges from
other vendor
Tank Hub
5900S
Wi
rel
ess
H
AR
T
2460
RS485
TRL2
TRL2
THUM
Tank Hub
5900S
2240S
Emergency
shut-down
system
Redundancy
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Stay in control with TankMaster
TankMaster is a Windows™-based software that gives you a real-time overview of Rosemount Tank Gauging System. You can share
data with users on all levels and access information via the Internet, wherever you are.
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Graphic plant layout with customized views
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Alarm handling via screen, email or text message
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Batch handling available to control transferred volumes
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Audit logs and reporting can be used to record and trace operations
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Possible to seamlessly replace other tank management systems with TankMaster
Complete single tank
gauging inventory data
Tank farm overview with Net
Standard and Overall Volume
Global www online tank data access for terminal
customers and corporate headquarters
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Key devices for tank gauging
For decades, Rosemount radar level gauges have been the obvious choice when precision is critical. The 5900S gauge builds upon
this legacy by offering level measurement accuracy of ±0.5 mm (0.02 in.). But even if accuracy is important, the need can vary. Which
is why we include gauging solutions all the way from operational control to custody transfer performance with full inventory
management functionality. See Appendix for list/links to Product Data Sheets for each device.
Radar level gauges
Temperature and free water level
Rosemount 5900S Radar
Level Gauge
Rosemount 2240S
Multi-input Temperature
Transmitter
Non-contact, ±0.5 mm
(0.02 in.) high performance
level measurement for tank
gauging systems. Antennas for
all tank types available.
Ultra-stable temperature
measurement.
Rosemount 5900C Radar
Level Gauge
Reliable ±3 mm (0.12 in.)
non-contact measurement for
tank gauging systems.
Antennas for all tank types
available.
Rosemount 5300 and 5400
Radar Level Transmitters
Guided wave radar and
non-contact radar level
transmitters for medium
accuracy, non-inventory grade
applications.
Rosemount 565, 566 and 765
Sensors
3- or 4-wire calibrated
temperature sensors and free
water level measurement. Up
to 16 spot elements per tank.
Rosemount 644 Temperature
Transmitter
For single-point temperature
measurement.
Rosemount 65 and 68 Single
Point Temperature Sensors
Single-point temperature
measurement.
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Pressure
Rosemount 3051S Pressure
Transmitter
Enables online density, mass
and vapor pressure
measurement.
Rosemount Tank Gauging System
Rosemount 2180 Field Bus
Modem
Used for connecting a
TankMaster PC to the TRL2
field bus.
Smart Wireless Gateway
1420/1410
Communication and accessories
Connects wireless
self-organizing networks with
any host system.
Rosemount 2230 Graphical
Field Display
Remote data access at tank top
or ground level.
Smart Wireless THUM™
Adapter
Add wireless to all
measurement points.
Rosemount 2100 Series
Liquid Level Switch
For high alarms and overfill
prevention where continuous
gauges are not used.
Rosemount TankMaster
Inventory Management
Software
Rosemount 2410 Tank Hub
Rosemount 2460 System Hub
Collect and transfer data from
one or several tanks to the
control room.
Gain control over your
inventory data and use for
system configuration.
Cabinet
Customized cabinets for wiring
connections, communication
devices and servers.
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System functions
Depending on system configuration, Rosemount Tank Gauging
System performs the following functions. For a more detailed
list of Inventory management functions, see TankMaster
Product Data Sheet, document number 00813-0100-5110.
Measurement of:(1)
Overfill
prevention
(SIS)
Vapor
pressure
Communication
hub
Alarm
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Level rate
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Free water interface level
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Field
display
Tank level
Spot temperature
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Hydrostatic pressure incl. vapor pressure and liquid pressure
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Density
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Mass
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Gross volume based on 100 strapping points
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Gross volume based on 5000 strapping points (TankMaster)
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Net Volume according to API standards (TankMaster)
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Weight in air (TankMaster)
Pressure
Other functions
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Emulation of other vendor’s field bus/gauges
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Emulation or other vendor’s control room HMI
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Modbus® or FOUNDATION™ fieldbus wired transmission of data
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WirelessHART transmission of data
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All measurement data can be displayed in field or control room, except the
ones marked “TankMaster” which are available in control room only.
Free water level
Inventory Management, custody transfer,
net volume, gross volume, density, mass etc
Digital communication with other systems, DCS, SCADA, PLC,
Enterprise system etc (OPC, RS232, Ethernet etc)
(1)
Emergency
Shutdown
System
Communication hub
Data communication functions
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Spot
temperature
Level
Average liquid temperature
(only elements in liquid are considered)
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Multiple spot average
temperature
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Operator graphics and HMI (TankMaster)
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Alarm handling
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Relay outputs for overfill prevention alarms (SIL)
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Relay outputs for overfill prevention and other alarms
(non-SIL)
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Leak alarms (TankMaster)
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Batch reporting (TankMaster)
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Log reports (TankMaster)
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Mass balance reports (TankMaster)
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Historical data sampling (TankMaster)
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www/Internet connection (TankMaster)
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System configuration and setup (TankMaster)
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Technology
Radar level gauging
The FMCW method
Rosemount radar level gauges provide outstanding reliability
with no moving parts and only the antenna inside the tank. For
radar level measurement, there are mainly two modulation
techniques:
The FMCW-based radar gauge transmits microwaves towards
the surface of the liquid. The microwave signal has a
continuously varying frequency, around 10 GHz for 5900S.
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Frequency Modulated Contiuous Wave, FMCW. This
method is used by high performance radar level gauges.
Rosemount 5900S uses FMCW, together with digital reference
and filter technology, which enables custody transfer
accuracy.
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Pulse method. Measures the time it takes for a pulse to travel
to the surface and back. The time differences is converted to a
distance, from which the level is calculated. Rosemount 5400
uses this technique. One special case of the pulse method is
the Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) technology, as used in
Rosemount 5300, where a low power nano-second pulse is
guided down a probe towards the process media surface,
where it is reflected back.
The radar gauge/transmitter consists of a transmitter head and
an antenna. The transmitter head can be combined with any
antenna type in the same gauge series, minimizing spare parts
requirements. No matching of transmitter head and antenna is
required, which means the transmitter head can easily be
replaced without opening the tank.
When the signal has traveled down to the liquid surface and
back to the antenna, it is mixed with the signal that is being
transmitted at that moment. The reflection from the liquid
surface has a slightly different frequency compared with the
signal transmitted from the antenna. The difference in
frequency is measured, and it is directly proportional to the
distance to the liquid surface. This technology provides a
measured value with high accuracy.
Frequency, f (GHz)
f0
f
f1
d
f1
t0
f
d
f0
Time, t (s)
Technology for accuracy and reliability in real
world tank applications
Since the 5900 series antenna has an inclined polished PTFE
surface where microwaves are emitted, it will be less susceptible
to condensed water or product. The drops of condensation will
not coat the active part of the antenna, and the radar signal will
be less weakened. This results in a higher accuracy and better
reliability.
Antenna design with no horizontal surfaces according to the
American Petroleum Institute Standard (API ch. 3.1B ed.1).
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Rosemount 5900 radar level gauges with parabolic antennas are
designed also for harsh environments like bitumen tanks. The
antenna in the picture is in operation after having been exposed
to blown bitumen for several months. The product is heated to
over 220 °C (430 °F).
For best measurement performance in LPG applications an
integrated pressure sensor enables corrections for vapor
influence. Measurements can also be verified with a closed tank
using the reference device with a known fixed distance from the
antenna.
The 5900 with still-pipe array antenna uses the Low Loss Mode
technology transmitting radar waves in the pipe center. This
technology virtually eliminates signal and accuracy degradation
due to rust and product deposits inside the pipe.
The still-pipe used for LNG and LPG ensures adequate signal strength
from the surface also when the liquid is boiling.
LPG radar gauge with pressure sensor.
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Open and scalable system architecture
The standard system can include a wide range of devices making
it easy to build a large or small customized tank gauging system.
Thanks to the modular design, a system can easily be
expanded/upgraded.
All field devices are connected on the Tankbus which is based on
the open industry standard, FOUNDATION fieldbus.
Two-wire intrinsically safe cabling on tank
The Rosemount system is designed to minimize power
consumption, which enables the use of 2-wire intrinsically safe
technology. The field devices are powered by the Tankbus via
the 2410 Tank Hub using the FISCO (Foundation fieldbus
Intrinsically Safe Concept). This solution has several advantages:

It is safer both at system start-up, and in operation

Installation is quicker and easier due to less cabling

Cables without conduits can be used
Temperature Temperature
& Water
& Water
Level
Level
Level
Level
P2
P2
Previous
System
Rosemount
Tank Gauging
System
Tankbus
Field
Display
Field
Display
P1
Power
P1
Tank Hub
Field Bus
Field Bus
Power
Lower cost and easier commissioning
The Rosemount Tank Gauging system is designed to support
plug-and-play technology for trouble-free installation. All
fieldbus segments in a system are autoconfigured minimizing
the need for specific FOUNDATION fieldbus knowledge.
The existing field cabling can normally be used. No special tools
are required, and all parts can easily be carried to the tank roof.
Installation can be done with the tanks in operation, except for
pressurized tanks, such as LPG.
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Integration with other systems
The Rosemount system can be connected to all major suppliers
of DCS, SCADA systems, plant host computers or terminal
automation systems. Integration can be made in several ways
via:

TankMaster PC

Rosemount 2460 System Hub

Rosemount 2410 Tank Hub

Direct connection to the tank devices, if the host system is
based on FOUNDATION fieldbus (no 2410 or 2460 hub included
in this case)
DeltaV™ host system
Field
communicator
Using a connection to TankMaster gives the advantage of
communicating both measured values and inventory data.
Fn
1
2
4
6
8
0
Segment
coupler
3
5
7
.
9
-
2240S
and
565 or
765
5900S
3051S
Tank gauging devices directly connected to a FOUNDATION fieldbus
host system.
2410 Tank Hub and
Smart Wireless
THUM Adapter
Smart Wireless
Gateway
DCS/Host
2460
System
Hub
RS485 or
RS232
Modbus
TankMaster
PC
OPC
Modbus
Rx
Tx
USB
RS-232
Rosemount TankRadar
Ext. pwr
Tankbus(1)
RS485 or RS232
Modbus
2180
Modem
TRL2
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
Modbus
TRL2
Modbus
RS485
Modbus
(1) Intrinsically safe Tankbus complies with the FISCO standard.
Connection to a host system can be made via 2410, 2460, a TankMaster PC or directly.
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Prevent overfill hazards
Rosemount Tank Gauging System can be used as part of a highly
reliable automatic or manual overfill prevention system. In such
Safety Instrumented System (SIS) applications, level
measurement is duplicated in one Basic Process Control System
(BPCS) Layer and one Functional Safety Layer.
The 5900 gauges and tank hubs are IEC 61508 certified SIL 2 and
SIL 3 capable. They include separate certified alarm loop relay
output functionality.
Level x 2
Innovative 2-in-1 technology saves installation cost and reduces
complexity by enabling the 5900S gauge to provide dual level
data in two independent layers of protection using only one
housing and a single tank nozzle. The level output from the
safety layer sensor is available as redundant level measurement
data.
5900S 2-in-1
One important advantage is that the 5900 gauge is in constant
use. Unlike a conventional switch, it gives the operator
continuous information about its status and performance, since
it is being used in the everyday operations in the tank farm. In
addition, the alarm level can easily be set to any chosen value.
SIL 3 safety certification with unique 2-in-1 gauge.
The level value from the radar level gauge is transferred on the
digital bus to a TankMaster PC or other host system, whereas the
alarm signal uses the separate relay output in the Tank Hub.
Follow the recommendations in the Safety Manual (document
number 00809-0200-5100). See also some available SIS/BPCS
configuration examples on page 23 to 26.
Rx
Tx
USB
RS-232
Ext. pwr
Rosemount TankRadar
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
Alarm
SIL 3 relay output
ESD
system
The Rosemount gauging system supports all categories covered
by the API 2350, revision 4, which is the first internationally
recognized tank gauging standard for overfill prevention. It
covers not only instrumentation but also procedures and
processes for the whole plant/terminal life cycle, including the
requirements for establishing a detailed risk assessment. See
“The Complete Guide to API 2350”, document number 901030.
Level
Alarm
SIL 2 relay
outputs
Rx
Tx
Rosemount TankRadar
USB
Level
RS-232
5900S
Ext. pwr
5900S
ESD
system
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
Alarm
SIL 2 or SIL 3 safety certification with dual gauges.
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Use smart wireless technology to reach more tanks at less cost
Rosemount Tank Gauging System supports Emerson’s Smart
Wireless, based on IEC 62591 (WirelessHART), the industry
standard for wireless field networks. Reducing field wiring leads
to substantial savings in infrastructure, design and labor
required for installation and commissioning.
In addition, the time between project start-up and an
up-and-running wireless system is drastically reduced. No costly
site surveys are required. Wireless tank gauging allows for cost
savings up to 70%, and gives other benefits as well.
Smart
Wireless
Gateway
LAN
Temporary
obstacle
Permanent
obstacle
TankMaster
DCS/
Host
All wireless devices communicate with the host system through the Smart Wireless Gateway. A Rosemount Tank Gauging System can consist of both
wired and wireless networks.
Better utilization of tank capacity
Smart wireless for more secure data transmission
Wireless functionality allows tank gauging data from remotely
located tanks, previously collected manually or not at all, to be
integrated into the system. This results in a more efficient tank
capacity utilization, better inventory and loss control.
Emerson’s Smart Wireless field network is designed for
best-in-class security. Data is protected by 128-bit encryption,
authentication, verification, anti-jamming, and key
management.
Self-organizing field network increases reliability
A Smart Wireless device can transmit its own data as well as relay
information from other devices in the network. The
self-organizing field network automatically finds the best way
around any fixed or temporary obstacle. Nodes can identify a
network, join it, and self-organize into dynamic communication
paths. Reliability increases when the network expands – the
more devices, the more communication paths. For fastest
update rate, direct hops to the gateway are required.
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Wireless connection of tank gauging equipment
The Smart Wireless Gateway is the network manager that
provides an interface between field devices and the TankMaster
inventory software or host/DCS systems. A single gateway used
for tank gauging supports up to 35 nodes. 1410 and 1420 are
supported gateways.
Each wireless node in the Rosemount Tank Gauging System
consists of a Rosemount 2410 Tank Hub and either a 5900 gauge
or one or several 5300/5400 transmitters plus the other tank
devices. Rosemount 2410 is connected to mains power, and a
Smart Wireless THUM Adapter.
The tank gauging system can be complemented with other
wireless devices, such as pressure transmitters and temperature
sensors.
Smart Wireless Gateway.
The wireless transmission supports measurement data handled by the
tank devices, such as level, temperature, water level and pressure.
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Easy step by step installation using emulation
The Rosemount gauging system is compatible with all other
major tank gauge vendors. Step-by-step modernization of an
existing tank gauging system is possible using available field and
control room solutions.
Gauge emulation
Many old mechanical or servo gauges from other vendors can be
replaced with modern Rosemount level and temperature
sensors and a 2410 Tank Hub, using the existing tank openings,
field cabling, and control system. By replacing old servo gauges,
it is possible to avoid re-calibration and the expenses associated
with spare parts and maintenance.
Seamless control room connectivity
In addition, other tank management systems can be seamlessly
replaced with the Rosemount TankMaster software, and the
2460 System Hub allows emulation of competitor control room
devices. Rosemount TankMaster can replace an existing
inventory management system, still being able to communicate
with the field devices in use. This solution provides
interoperability, and problem-free communication with existing
field devices, often with a better update rate than before.
The new radar gauge is normally installed with the tank in
operation. No hot work is required. The 2410 has an open
design, covering everything from electrical interface and
communication protocol to utilization of different power
sources.
Existing host system
from other vendor
TankMaster PC
2410
Tank
Hub
5900S
Level
Gauge
Mechanical/servo gauges in
an existing system from
other supplier
2460
System
Hub
Mechanical/servo
gauges from
another supplier in
an existing system
CIU858
2410
Tank
Hub
5900S
Level
Gauge
5300 or
5400 Level
Transmitter
Replacing old tank monitoring software with TankMaster.
A Rosemount gauge seamlessly replaces another device, independent
of measurement technology. Data from the tank is displayed as before
on the existing inventory management system.
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Tank gauging as a system application
Tank gauging is an integrated system application which has
quite specific requirements on the measuring devices in the
system. These requirements vary depending on how the system
is used. A Rosemount gauging system can be configured with
highest accuracy for custody transfer/inventory control, or with
medium accuracy required primarily for operational control.
Custody Transfer/
Inventory Control/
Operational Control
Level: Highest
accuracy
Temperature:
True average
Volume: TOV,
GOV, GSV, NSV
Operational
Control
Rosemount Tank Gauging System includes equipment for high
accuracy measurement and calculations:

Level: 5900S

Temperature and Free Water Level: 2240S with 565/566 or
765 Sensors (3- or 4-wire sensor with up to 16 spot elements)

Pressure: 3051S

Software: TankMaster WinOpi
System devices exchange measured digital data between units
in order to optimize functionality. For instance, product
temperature measurement functions use level information for
calculation of average product temperature. The level gauge
uses temperature data for correction of measured level, and
pressure data from pressure transmitters to calculate density
etc.
Level: Medium
accuracy
Temperature:
Single spot
Volume: TOV
Inventory & custody transfer
A Rosemount gauging system used for custody transfer gives
accurate measurement values for volume calculation. This
calculation requires a selection of suitable devices to obtain high
performance for measurement of level, water level,
temperature, and in some cases reference density. If any of these
sensors is poorly matched, the result of the standard volume
calculation may suffer. Similar conditions apply for inventory
measurements, for which the net standard volume is important.
For mass balance and loss estimation, the calculated mass is in
focus.
Level
Tank Capacity
Table
Total Observed
Volume
.
Gross Observed
Volume
Free Water
Volume
Volume
Volume Correction
Factor, VCF
Temperature
TReference
Gross Standard
Volume
Inventory parameters are calculated
based on input data available for the
current tank, The figure shows an
example of how the measured product
level is converted to a standardized
volume.
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Net Standard
Volume
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Operational control
In a system primarily intended for operational control, level and
observed volume (TOV) are important parameters, but do not
necessarily require highest accuracy. The Rosemount gauging
system includes the following equipment for non-inventory
grade measurement and calculations:

Level: 5300 or 5400

Temperature: 644 Transmitter with 65 or 68 Sensor

Software: TankMaster WinView
Operation and configuration
TankMaster is the primary configuration tool, and in many cases
also the operator’s interface to the system. Basic configuration
can also be done with a Field Communicator, the AMS® Suite or
DeltaV. The user-friendly TankMaster software package
complies with the OPC data access industry standard. It gives
the operator a good overview and quick access to any measured
values.
The software provides a wide range of inventory and custody
transfer functions such as net volumes according to API/ISO
standards, reporting, alarms, graphics, trends, batch handling
etc.
Protocols for communication with major suppliers of plant host
computers, such as DCS or SCADA, have been developed and
certified. in many cases the plant’s DCS/SCADA system works as
the operator’s interface for tank management data from the
Rosemount system.
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System layout configurations
Open architecture enables the most cost effective layout
The Rosemount Tank Gauging System supports a large number
of configuration combinations. It can incorporate both 5900S,
5900C, 5300 or 5400 based configurations, networks with
previous generations of Rosemount radar gauges (2900 TRL2,
Rex, Pro), and even mechanical servo gauges.
Wired and wireless networks can co-exist within the same
system. This flexibility enables a step-by-step upgrade.
Smart
Wireless
Gateway
2240S
Temperature
Transmitter
with a 565 or
a 765 sensor
DCS/Host
Smart Wireless
THUM Adapter
5900S
Level
Gauge
2410
Tank
Hub
2460
System Hub
2180
Modem
TankMaster
Inventory
Management
Rx
Tx
USB
RS-232
Ext. pwr
Rosemount TankRadar
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
2230
Display
TankRadar Rex or Pro tank
gauging system
Tank gauging system from other vendor
(servo level gauge based)(1)
5300- or 5400 system
configuration
(1)
Requires Rosemount 2460 System Hub.
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Custody transfer and inventory tank gauging – 5900S system configuration
The 5900S based tank gauging configuration is used for the
highest demands on accurate measurements for inventory
management and custody transfer. Precise net volume is
calculated using tank strapping tables and compensation for
temperature and tank characteristics.
For temperature measurements, the 2240S Temperature
Transmitter is combined with the 565 or 765 Multiple Spot
Temperature Sensors. The 3051S transmitter is used for
pressure measurements. Each tank has a designated Rosemount
2410 Tank Hub. All values are transferred to the TankMaster
software which has a complete set of inventory and custody
transfer functions. TankMaster includes an API/ISO calculator for
volume and density.
Figure 1. High precision system
FOUNDATION fieldbus
2240S
Temperature
Transmitter
with a 565 or a
765 sensor
5900S
Level
Gauge
2460
System Hub
2410 Tank
Hub
2180
Modem
FBM 2180
2230
Display
3051S
Pressure
Transmitter
Rx
Tx
USB
RS-232
Ext. pwr
Rosemount TankRadar
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
TankMaster
Inventory
Management
DCS/
Host
Optional SIL 2
or SIL 3 relay
output
When custody transfer precision is not required, the 5900S can
be replaced by the 5900C Radar Level Gauge.
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Functional Safety configurations for overfill prevention
The process industry applies independent protection layers
(IPLs) to minimize the risk of a potential hazard such as tank
overfills.
Rosemount Tank Gauging System supports a number of SIS
(Safety Instrumented Systems) configurations designed for
overfill prevention. Which configuration is most suitable
depends on a number of factors such as type of storage tank,
existing instrumentation, Safety Integrity Level etc.
Figure 2. Integrated Emerson Solution for Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS) and Tank Gauging
Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS)
5900S
Radar Level
Gauge
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
2240S with
Multiple
Point Temp.
5900S Radar
Level Gauge
2230 Graphical
Field Display
SI
L3
Independent
Alarm Panel
High-High Alarm
SI
L3
DeltaV
SIS
Smart
Wireless
THUM
Adapter
2410 Tank Hub
SIL-PAC
(Fisher DVC +
Bettis Actuator)
2410 Tank Hub
Fisher
Valve
SI
L3
TankMaster Inventory
Management
Connection to
TankMaster (optional)
Smart Wireless
Gateway
2460 System Hub
Includes Visual & Audiable Level Alert High
and Level Alarm High-High (optional)
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Figure 3. Floating Roof AOPS 2-in-1
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
Level
Safety
Instrumented
System (SIS)
Overfill
Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS)
2
SIL
5900S 2-in-1
Radar Level
Gauge
2240S with
Multiple
Point
Temperature
2230 Graphical
Field Display
SIL 2
Discrete
Signal
TankMaster Inventory
Management
2460
System
Hub
2410 Tank
Hub
2410 Tank Hub
2460
System
Hub
Connection to TankMaster (optional)
Figure 4. Sphere AOPS 2-in-1
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
Level
Safety
Instrumented
System (SIS)
Overfill
Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS)
L2
SI
5900S 2-in-1 Radar Level
Gauge with Pressure
Transmitter
2230 Graphical
Field Display
664 with Single
Point
Temperature
SIL 2
Discrete
Signal
Verification Pin
664 with Single
Point
Temperature
2410 Tank
Hub
Connection to TankMaster (optional)
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2460
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2460
System
Hub
2410 Tank
Hub
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Figure 5. Fixed Roof AOPS
Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS)
Safety
Instrumented
System (SIS)
5900C Radar
Level Gauge
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
2240S with
Multiple
Point Temp.
5900S Radar
Level Gauge
2230 Graphical
Field Display
L2
SI
SIL 2
Discrete
Signal
TankMaster Inventory
Management
2410 Tank
Hub
Connection to TankMaster (optional)
2410 Tank
Hub
2460
System
Hub
2460
System
Hub
Figure 6. Pressure Vessel AOPS
Automatic Overfill Prevention System (AOPS)
SIL 2
4-20 mA
Analog
Signal
2230 Graphical
Field Display
2
5900S Radar
Level Gauge
with Pressure
Transmitter
SIL
Safety
Instrumented
System (SIS)
5300 Guided
Wave Radar
Level Transitter
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
644 with
Single Point
Temperature
Verification Pin
2410 Tank
Hub
TankMaster Inventory
Management
2460
System
Hub
Connection to TankMaster (optional)
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Figure 7. Fixed MOPS 5900S Including Level Switch
Manual Overfill Prevention System (MOPS)
Discrete
Signal
2100
Level
Switch
Automatic Tank Gauging (ATG)
2240S with
Multiple
Point Temp.
5900S
Radar Level
Gauge
2230 Graphical
Field Display
TankMaster Inventory
Management
HiHi
Independent
Alarm Panel
Hi
MWL
High-High Alarm
2460
System
Hub
2410
Tank Hub
Connection to TankMaster (optional)
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Wired and wireless combination
Wired and wireless may be combined within the Rosemount
Tank Gauging System for most cost effective access to data.
It is also possible to connect a wireless Rosemount gauging
system to any existing wired tank gauging system.
Field (Hazardous area)
Control room (safe area)
Smart
Wireless
Gateway
TankMaster
Inventory
Management
2460 System
Hub
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Operational control with 5300- or 5400 system configuration
A 5300- or 5400 system configuration is a cost efficient
alternative for operational control at tank terminals, as well as
applications in the biofuels industry, chemical plants, marketing
terminals etc. This configuration is a good choice for medium
accuracy applications. For level measurements, Rosemount
5300 (guided wave radar) or 5400 (non-contacting radar) is
used.
For temperature measurements, the Rosemount 644
Temperature Transmitter with a Rosemount 65 or 68 Single
Point Temperature Sensor is used. The 2240S Temperature
Transmitter is an even better alternative if more than one
temperature element is required, in one or several tanks. All
values are transferred to the TankMaster WinView tank
management software.
2180
Modem
TankMaster
WinView
Rx
Tx
USB
Rosemount TankRadar
RS-232
2410
Tank
Hub
Ext. pwr
644 Transmitter with
a 65 or 68 Single
Point Temperature
Sensor
FOUNDATION
fieldbus
5400 Level Transmitter
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
5300 Level
Transmitter
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Specifications
System key performance specifications
Level measurement
Temperature measurement
Instrument accuracy 5900S
2240S Multi-input Temperature Transmitter
±0.5 mm (0.02 in.)
Temperature conversion accuracy
Instrument accuracy 5900C
0.05 °C (0.09 °F) over measuring range and ambient
temperature 20 °C (68 °F)
±3 mm (0.12 in.)
Ambient temperature effect
Temperature stability of gauge
±0.05 °C (0.09 °F)
Typically <±0.5 mm (0.020 in.) in -40 to +70 °C (-40 to +158 °F)
Measuring range
Update time of gauge
-200 to 250 °C (-328 to 482 °F) for Pt-100
New measurement every 0.3 s
Resolution
Update time for wireless systems
Update time for wireless systems depends on number of hops to
Gateway. Fastest update rate <8 sec requires devices with direct
communication to the Gateway.
Maximum level rate
5900S fulfills OIML R85:2008 custody transfer requirements
(mm)
4
Old (R85:1998)
3
2
4s
3- or 4-wire Pt-100 spot elements according to IEC/EN 60751.
(m)
0
15
20
25
Deviations deriving from the PT-100 element itself are
repeatable and can be eliminated with a unique manufacturing
calibration procedure, where the Callendar – Van Dusen
equation is used. Calibration can be done with 4-wire sensor
elements. The whole process is computer controlled and up to
16 elements in each tube are automatically calibrated at the
same time.
Sensor element type
New (R85:2008)
1
10
Update time
Temperature sensor calibration
Up to 200 mm/s
5
±0.1 °C (0.1 °F) according to API chapter 7 and 12
Number of elements per sensor
30
-1
1-16
New (R85:2008)
-2
-3
-4
Old (R85:1998)
Downwards manual log
Upwards manual log
Downwards autolog
Upwards autolog
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Table 1. Temperature accuracy for Rosemount 565 or 765 temperature sensors
3-wire connection, 1/6 DIN B
4-wire connection, 1/6 DIN B
4-wire connection, 1/10 DIN B
4-wire connection, calibrated
Cable 20 m(1)
PT-100
[40 °C (104 °F)]
PT-100
[80 °C (176 °F)]
Total sensor accuracy
[0-80 °C (32-176 °F)](2)
± 0.24 °C
(± 0.432 °F)
± 0.001 °C
(± 0.002 °F)
± 0.001 °C
(± 0.002 °F)
± 0.001 °C
(± 0.002 °F)
± 0.13 °C
(± 0.234 °F)
± 0.13 °C
(± 0.234 °F)
± 0.11 °C
(± 0.198 °F)
± 0.025 °C
(± 0.045 °F)
± 0.21 °C
(± 0.378 °F)
± 0.21 °C
(± 0.378 °F)
± 0.19 °C
(± 0.342 °F)
± 0.025 °C
(± 0.045 °F)
± 0.32 °C
(± 0.576 °F)
± 0.21 °C
(± 0.378 °F)
± 0.19 °C
(± 0.342 °F)
± 0.025 °C
(± 0.045 °F)
(1) Common return wiring.
(2) Root Mean Square values for wiring error and platinum element error at 80 °C (176 °F).
Table 2. Net Standard Volume (NSV) uncertainty from temp sensors in a 20 m (66 ft)
diameter tank at a level of 18.5 m (60.7 ft)
Total accuracy
[0-80 °C (32-176 °F)]
NSV uncertainty in a 20 m (66 ft) tank and a
level at 18.5 m (60.7 ft)
3-wire connection, 1/6 DIN B
± 0.32 °C (± 0.576 °F)
7.0 m3 (44.0 bbl)
4-wire connection, 1/6 DIN B
± 0.21 °C (± 0.378 °F)
4.6 m3 (28.9 bbl)
4-wire connection, 1/10 DIN B
± 0.19 °C (± 0.342 °F)
4.2 m3 (26.4 bbl)
4-wire connection, calibrated
± 0.025 °C (± 0.045 °F)
0.5 m3 (3.1 bbl)
Figure 8. Comparison between DIN A and DIN B according to the standard and 1/6 and 1/10 of DIN B
delivered by Emerson
± Deviation
°C (°F)
DIN A: ± ( 0.15 + 0.002 * I t I )
DIN B: ± ( 0.30 + 0.005 * I t I )
1/6 DIN B: ± ( 0.05 + 0.002 * | t | )
1/10 DIN B: ±( 0.03 + 0.002 * | t | )
Calibrated: approximately ±0.025 °C (±0.045 °F)
1.6 (2.88)
1.4 (2.52)
1.2 (2.16)
1.0 (1.80)
0.8 (1.44)
DIN B
0.6 (1.08)
0.4 (0.72)
DIN A
1/6 DIN B
1/10 DIN B
0.2 (0.36)
-100 (-148)
30
-50 (-58)
0 (32)
50 (122)
Calibrated
Temperature
°C (°F)
100 (212)
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Volume uncertainty comparison
The uncertainty of the calculated net volume depends not only
on the accuracy of the devices, but also on the application.
Below is an example to compare the difference between typical
5900S and 5300/5400 configurations.

Crude oil, 887 kg/m³ density at 20 °C (68 °F) product
temperature

Tank height: 10 m (33 ft)

Tank diameter: 15 m (49 ft)

Number of inventories per year: 12

Number of batch transfers per year: 24

Ambient temperature: 5 to 35 °C (41 to 95 °F)
90% Reduced Uncertainty
5900S
with 5900S-based configuration
5300/5400
Tape & Float
0%
10%
100%
200%
Pressure measurement
Reference accuracy 3051S
Coplanar Pressure Transmitter
Up to ±0.025% of span for ultra version, up to ±0.035% of span
for classic version.
Liquid Level Pressure Transmitter
Up to ±0.055% of span for ultra version, up to ±0.065% of span
for classic version.
Under these conditions, the typical measurement accuracy is:

5900S: ±1 mm (0.04 in.), 0.17 °C (0.30 °F)

5300/5400: ±10 mm (0.4 in.), 1.2 °C (2.2 °F)(1)

A traditional mechanical tape and float system:
± 25 mm (1 in.), 1.5 °C (2.7 °F)(1)
According to API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards,
chapter 11: considering both level and temperature uncertainty,
the total volume uncertainty in liters is:
5900S
Per inventory(1)
Per batch
(1)
Total uncertainty
per year(1)(2)
5300/5400 Tape & Float
290
2 370
4 840
320
2 870
6 490
2 600
22 260
48 560
(1) Statistical error, root mean square value (RMS).
(2) 12 inventories and 24 batches.
Consequently the 5900S system configuration reduces volume
uncertainty in this example with approximately 90% compared
to the 5300/5400 system configuration. Moreover, a 5300/5400
system configuration reduces the volume uncertainty with
approximately 50% compared to a mechanical tape and float
system. Although calculated for a specific application, this is a
representative value for any hydrocarbon storage tank,
independent of size.
(1)
Low estimate. According to API chapter 7: In large tanks not thoroughly
mixed, vertical temperature differences of as much as 3 °C (5.4 °F) are normal, and differences of 5 °C (9.0 °F) are common.
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System design specifications
System layout
Table 3. Power Budget
Communication on the self-configuring Tankbus connected to
the 2410 Tank Hub is based on FOUNDATION fieldbus. It is also
possible to connect previous Rosemount tank gauging devices
to the system via Modbus, integrate a wireless system and a
system from other vendor.
2240S
Temp
Field device
Current
consumption (9V)
5900 Radar Level Gauge
50 mA
5900S Radar Level Gauge,
2-in-1 solution
100 mA
5300 or 5400 Series Radar Level
Transmitter
21 mA
2230 Graphical Field Display
30 mA
2240S Multi-input Temperature
Transmitter
30 mA including 565,
566 or 765 temperature
sensors
TRL2 Modbus
644 Temperature Transmitter
11 mA
Secondary Bus
3051S and 2051 Pressure
Transmitter
18 mA
5900C
Gauge
TankMaster PC
Tankbus
Rx
Tx
USB
RS-232
Rosemount TankRadar
Ext. pwr
Modem
2410
Tank Hub
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
2460
System Hub
2230
Display
Examples:
Some data to help customize the system:

The 2410 Tank Hub delivers 250 mA to the Tankbus. Number
of tanks and units connected to the Tank Hub depends on
which field devices are connected, and their power
consumption. Current requirement per field device is listed in
Table 3.

One 2410 Tank Hub per tank is recommended for a 5900
system configuration.

2410 Tank Hub supports maximum 5 tanks for a 5300- or
5400 system configuration.

Minimum voltage supply to the devices is 9 V.
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The available 250 mA from the 2410 Tank Hub supply power to
the following equipment:
One tank with:

One 5900S 2-in-1 Radar Level Gauge

One 2240S Multi-input Temperature Transmitter with sensor

Two 2230 Displays

Two 3051S Pressure Transmitters
Five tanks with:

Five 5300 or 5400 Radar Level Transmitters

Five 644 Temperature Transmitters with sensors

One 2230 Display
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Tankbus cable requirements
Recommended cabling is shielded twisted pairs, 0.75 mm²
(AWG 18). Other possibilities are shielded twisted pairs,
0.5-1.5 mm² (AWG 22-16). Tankbus cabling must fulfill FISCO
cable and installation requirements and be approved for use in
minimum 85 °C (185 °F).
Maximum Distance with Maximum Power Usage for a 5900S
Configuration:
The Rosemount 2410 Tank Hub can deliver 250 mA (12.5 VDC)
to the devices on the tank. A voltage drop of 3.5 V is allowed.
This means that the total worst case cable resistance can be up
to 14  (3.5/0.250). The maximum cable length is 333 m
(1092 ft).
FISCO (Fieldbus Intrinsically Safe Concept)
The following cable characteristics are specified for FISCO
according to IEC 60079-27.
Maximum Distance with Typical Power Usage for a 5900S
Configuration:
A more typical current value is 128 mA for a tank equipped with
one 5900S gauge, one 2230 display, one 2240S temperature
transmitter, and one 3051S pressure transmitter. In this case a
650 m (2130 ft) long cable can be used.
Parameter
Value
Loop resistance
15 to 150 /km
Loop inductance
0.4 to 1 mH/km
Capacitance
45 to 200 nF/km
Maximum length of each
spur(1) cable
60 m in gas Group IIC
Maximum length of each
trunk(2) cable
1000 m in gas Group IIC, and 1900
m in gas Group IIB
D
C
(1) The spur is an unterminated part of the network. It is allowed to have
an up to 60 m long spur. For longer distances, an alternative network
configuration should be considered.
B
(2) The trunk is the part of the network which has terminators at both
ends. In the system, a trunk can be the part of the network between
the Tank Hub and a segment coupler or the last device in a daisy-chain
configuration.
A
C
D
Re-use of existing cabling
D
C
It is recommended to install new Tankbus cabling according to
the specification above. In most cases it is possible to re-use the
existing cabling, if compliant with FISCO requirements.
B
A
B
A
Examples
Typical characteristics for such a cable is:

0.75 mm² (AWG 18)

42 /km (loop resistance)

115 nF/km

0.65 mH/km
Total cable distance A+B+C+D must not exceed the values
in Table 4.
The following examples show the allowed cabling distances for
different system configurations. It is assumed that the devices
are installed at the end of the cabling for a full load scenario. In
reality that is not the case, which is why the allowed distances
might be longer.
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Table 4. Maximum Cabling Distance for a 5900S Configuration
Cable diameter
Loop resistance
Maximum cabling distance from power source (2410) to all devices on the tank
with maximum power
with typical power
with typical power
usage of 250 mA.
usage of 128 mA for
usage of 178 mA for
5900S, 2240S, 2230,
5900S 2-in-1, 2240S,
3051S.
2230, 3051S.
Distance in m (ft)
Distance in m (ft)
Distance in m (ft)
20 AWG (0.5 mm2)
66 /km
212 (695)
414 (1358)
298 (978)
18 AWG (0.75 mm2)
42 /km
333 (1092)
651 (2136)
468 (1535)
17 AWG (1.0 mm2)
33 /km
424 (1391)
829 (2720)
596 (1955)
16 AWG (1.5 mm2)
26 /km
538 (1765)
1000 (3281)
756 (2480)
Maximum Distance with Typical Power Usage for a 5900S 2-in-1
Configuration:
A
If the tank instrumentation is the same as in the previous
example, but instead is equipped with a 5900S 2-in-1 gauge, the
typical current value is 178 mA. The cable can then be 468 m
(1535 ft).
Segment
Coupler
B
C
Table 4 is a guiding on how long cables are allowed for a 5900S
system configuration with some common cable types.
D
Maximum Distance with Typical Power Usage for a 5300/5400
Configuration:
For a tank equipped with one 5300 or 5400 Transmitter, and one
644 Temperature Transmitter, the typical current value is 32
mA. This means the cable can be up to 2604 m (8543 ft).
Segment
Coupler
E
F
It is possible to have five such 5300- or 5400-based tanks,
consuming 160 mA in total, if the cabling allows.
G
Segment
Coupler
Table 5 is a guiding on how long cables are allowed for a 5300 or
5400 system configuration with some common cable types.
H
The total cable length A+B+C+D+E+F+G+H
must not exceed the values given in Table 5.
Table 5. Maximum Cabling Distance for a 5300/5400 Configuration
Cable diameter
Loop resistance
Maximum total cable length from power source (2410) to all devices on the tank,
m (ft) with typical power usage of 32 mA per tank with 5300/5400 and 644
5 tanks
4 tanks
3 tanks
2 tanks
1 tank
Distance in
Distance in
Distance in
Distance in
Distance in
m (fr)
m (ft)
m (ft)
m (ft)
m (ft)
20 AWG (0.5 mm2)
66 /km
331 (1085)
414 (1358)
552 (1811)
828 (2716)
1000 (3281)
18 AWG (0.75 mm2)
42 /km
520 (1706)
651 (2135)
868 (2847)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
17 AWG (1.0 mm2)
33 /km
662 (2171)
828 (2716)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
16 AWG (1.5 mm2)
26 /km
841 (2759)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
1000 (3281)
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TRL2 field bus cable recommendations
In a Rosemount Tank Gauging System, the 2410 Tank Hub
communicates with a 2460 System Hub using the TRL2 Modbus
protocol.
The TRL2 field bus requires twisted and shielded pair wiring with
a minimum area of 0.50 mm² (AWG 20 or similar). The
maximum length of the TRL2 field bus is approximately 4 km
(2.5 miles). The TRL2 field bus can normally use existing cables
in the tank area.
Available installation configurations enable easy and cost
efficient cabling. The Rosemount Tank Gaguing System has a
daisy chain feature for convenient wiring of the Tankbus.
The devices in a 5900 system configuration have an on/off
selectable built-in bus terminator (the last device on the bus
must be terminated).
Non-hazardous area
2410 Tank Hub:
built-in
terminator (on)
2240S Temperature
Transmitter: built-in
terminator (off)
Rx
Tx
USB
Ext. pwr
Rosemount TankRadar
RS-232
Hazardous area
Typical Tankbus wiring in a 5900S system configuration
Lo - GAIN - Hi
On - TERM - Off
FBM 2180
5900:
built-in
terminator
(off)
2230 Display:
built in
terminator
(on)
2410 Tank Hub:
built-in
terminator (on)
5900 Level Gauge:
built in terminator (on)
2240S:
built-in
terminator
(off)
2240S Temperature
Transmitter:
built-in
terminator
(on)
2410 Tank Hub:
built-in
terminator (on)
5900:
built-in
terminator
(off)
No external segment couplers or bus terminators are needed when the last device on the bus is a 5900, a 2240S or a 2230.
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System certifications
Refer to each device PDS/Reference manual for details.
Accuracy/legal metrological approvals
Hazardous location certifications

OIML R 85 edition 2008

ATEX Intrinsic Safety

PTB Eich (Germany)

IECEx Intrinsic Safety

NMi (The Netherlands)

FM-US Intrinsic Safety

CMI (Czech Republic)

FM-Canada Intrinsic Safety

TJA (Estonia)

Inmetro Intrinsic Safety (Brazil)

Justervesenet (Norway)

KC Intrinsic Safety (South Korea)

BMS (Belgium)

GOST (Russia)

METAS (Switzerland)

China

NMI (Austalia)

India

IPQ (Portugal)

Japan

GUM (Poland)
Safety/overfill protection approvals

LNE (France)

TÜV/DIBt WHG approval for overfill protection

GOST (Russia)

SVTI Approval for overfill protection (Switzerland)

Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico (Italy)

Vlarem II approval for overfill protection (Belgium)

W&M (India)

IEC 61508 certified SIL 2 and SIL 3 capable (depending on
device)

MIGAS (Indonesia)

Overfill Prevention Certificate State of Florida (United States)

SIRIM (Malaysia)

Custody Transfer Certificate (Serbia)
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Appendix
Technical documentation for Rosemount Tank Gauging System
Product data sheets

5900S Radar Level Gauge (00813-0100-5900)

5900C Radar Level Gauge (00813-0100-5901)

5300 Radar Level Gauge (00813-0100-4530)

5400 Radar Level Gauge (00813-0100-4026)

2240S Multi-input Temperature Transmitter (00813-0100-2240)

565/566/765 Multiple Spot Temperature and Water Level Sensors (00813-0100-5565)

644/65/68 Single Point Temperature Measurement for tank gauging systems (00813-0100-5102)

3051S Pressure Transmitter for tank gauging systems (00813-0300-4801)

2230 Graphical Field Display (00813-0100-2230)

2130 Enhanced Temperature Vibrating Fork Liquid Level Switch (00813-0100-4130)

2160 WirelessHART™ Vibrating Fork Liquid Level Switch (00813-0100-4160)

2410 Tank Hub (00813-0100-2410)

2460 System Hub (00813-0100-2460)

Tank Gauging Accessories (00813-0100-5101)

Smart Wireless Gateway (00813-0200-4420)

Smart Wireless THUM™ Adapter (00813-0100-4075)

TankMaster Inventory Management Software (00813-0100-5110)
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Reference manuals

5900S Radar Level Gauge (00809-0100-5900)

5900C Radar Level Gauge (00809-0100-5901)

5300 Radar Level Gauge (00809-0100-4530)

5400 Radar Level Gauge (00809-0100-4026)

2240S Multi-input Temperature Transmitter (00809-0100-2240)

644 Temperature Transmitter with FOUNDATION fieldbus (00809-0400-4728)

3051S Series Pressure Transmitter Family with FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Protocol (00809-0200-4801)

2230 Graphical Field Display (00809-0100-2230)

2130 Enhanced Temperature Vibrating Fork Liquid Level Switch (00809-0100-4130)

2160 WirelessHART™ Vibrating Fork Liquid Level Switch (00809-0100-4160)

2410 Tank Hub (300530EN)

2460 System Hub (00809-0100-2460)

Smart Wireless Gateway (00809-0200-4420)

Smart Wireless THUM™ Adapter (00809-0100-4075)

Tank Gauging System Configuration (300510EN/00809-0300-5100)

TankMaster WinOpi (303028EN)

TankMaster WinView (303043EN)

Wireless Tank Gauging System (300570EN)
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System Data Sheet
00813-0100-5100 Rev AA
May 2015
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Tank Gauging
Box 130 45
SE-402 51 Göteborg
+46 31 337 00 00
+46 31 25 30 22
[email protected]
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Tank Gauging North America Inc.
6005 Rogerdale Road
Mail Stop NC 136
Houston 77072 TX
United States
+1 281 988 4000 or +1 800 722 2865
[email protected]
Emerson Process Management
Latin America
1300 Concord Terrace, Suite 400
Sunrise, Florida, 33323
United States
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+1 954 846 5121
[email protected]
Emerson Process Management
Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
1 Pandan Crescent
Singapore 128461
+65 6777 8211
+65 6777 0947
[email protected]
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Tank Gauging Middle East & Africa.
P.O Box 20048
Manama
Bahrain
+973 1722 6610
+973 1722 7771
[email protected]
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Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale can be found at:
www.rosemount.com\terms_of_sale.
The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co.
AMS, Rosemount and Rosemount logotype are registered trademarks of
Rosemount Inc.
THUM and DeltaV are trademarks of Rosemount Inc.
WirelessHART is a registered trademark of FieldComm Group.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
FOUNDATION fieldbus is a trademark of the FieldComm Group.
Modbus is a registered trademark of Modicon Inc.
All other marks are the property of their respective owners.
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