Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 6081-P Wireless pH/ORP Transmitter Figure 1. 6081-P Essential Instructions – Read this before proceeding Rosemount Analytical designs, manufactures, and tests its products to meet many national and international standards. Because these instruments are sophisticated technical products, you must properly install, use, and maintain them to ensure they continue to operate within their normal specifications. The following instructions must be adhered to and integrated into your safety program when installing, using, and maintaining Rosemount Analytical products. Failure to follow the proper instructions may cause any one of the following situations to occur: Loss of life; personal injury; property damage; damage to this instrument; and warranty invalidation. • Read all instructions prior to installing, operating, and servicing the product. If this Instruction Manual is not the correct manual, telephone 1-800-654-7768 and the requested manual will be provided. Save this Instruction Manual for future reference. • If you do not understand any of the instructions, contact your Rosemount representative for clarification. • Follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions marked on and supplied with the product. • Inform and educate your personnel in the proper installation, operation, and maintenance of the product. 6081-P October 2013 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Essential Instructions (continued) • Install your equipment as specified in the Installation Instructions of the appropriate Instruction Manual and per applicable local and national codes. Connect all products to the proper electrical and pressure sources. • To ensure proper performance, use qualified personnel to install, operate, update, program, and maintain the product. • When replacement parts are required, ensure that qualified people use replacement parts specified by Rosemount. Unauthorized parts and procedures can affect the product’s performance and place the safe operation of your process at risk. Look alike substitutions may result in fire, electrical hazards, or improper operation. • Ensure that all equipment doors are closed and protective covers are in place, except when maintenance is being performed by qualified persons, to prevent electrical shock and personal injury. Note The Rosemount 6081 and all other wireless devices should be installed only after the 1420 Wireless Gateway has been installed and is functioning properly. Wireless devices should also be powered up in order of proximity from the 1420 Wireless Gateway, beginning with the closest. This will result in a simpler and faster network installation. Note Shipping considerations for wireless products (Power Modules): The unit was shipped to you without the power module installed. Please remove the power modules from the unit prior to shipping. Primary lithium power modules are regulated in transportation by the U. S. Department of Transportation, and are also covered by IATA (International Air Transport Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), and ARD (European Ground Transportation of Dangerous Goods). It is the responsibility of the shipper to ensure compliance with these or any other local requirements. Please consult current regulations and requirements before shipping. The power module with the wireless unit contains two “C” size primary lithium/thionyl chloride power sources. Each power module contains approximately 5 grams in each pack. Under normal conditions, the power module materials are self-contained and are not reactive as long as the power modules and the pack integrity are maintained. Care should be taken to prevent thermal, electrical or mechanical damage. Contacts should be protected to prevent premature discharge. Power module hazards remain when cells are discharged. Power modules should be stored in a clean and dry area. For maximum power module life, storage temperature should not exceed 30 °C. WARNING Use only with Rosemount Smart Power Module PN 701PBKKF WARNING Potential Electrostatic Hazard – The plastic antenna may present a potential electrostatic ignition hazard and must not be rubbed or cleaned with a dry cloth. WARNING Mechanical Spark Hazard – The 6081 enclosure is made of aluminum alloy and given a protective polyurethane paint finish. However, care should be taken to protect it from impact or abrasion if located in Zone 0. This applies to any Intrinsically Safe installation, whether the Class, Division or Zone system is used. 2 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 Quick Start Guide - 6081 Wireless pH Transmitter 1. Install the Power Module inside the rear enclosure. Follow the installation instructions on p.9 “Power Module Installation”. 2. Wire the pH or ORP sensor to the transmitter. Refer to the sensor instruction sheet for details. 3. Once the connections are secure and verified, install the Power Module to power to the transmitter. 4. When the transmitter is powered up for the first time, Quick Start screens appear. Using Quick Start is easy. a. A blinking field shows the position of the cursor. b. Use the or key to move the cursor left or right. Use the or key to move the cursor up or down or to increase or decrease the value of a digit. Use the or key to move the decimal point. c. Press ENTER to store a setting. Press EXIT to leave without storing changes. Pressing EXIT also returns the display to the previous screen. 5. Choose a local language. 6. Choose measurement: pH, ORP, or Redox. 7. Choose preamplifier location. Select Xmtr to use the integral preamplifier in the transmitter. 8. Choose Off or On for displayed diagnostics. 9. Select measurement update rate. Select ENTER to choose an update rate of 1 minute or enter a value from 1 second to 10 minutes. 10. Choose temperature units: °C or °F 11. Choose Yes to Setup the Wireless Network or No if the Network ID and the Join Key have already been entered. 12. Enter the 5-digit Wireless Network ID. This ID number must match the Network ID of the 1420 Wireless Gateway. 13. Enter the 8-digit Network Join Key number 1 of 4 to match the 1420 Wireless Gateway. See the Note below for clarification. 14. Enter Network Join Key numbers 2, 3, and 4 to match the 1420 Wireless Gateway. 15. The transmitter will exit Quick Start and display the live measurement screen. 16. To change the Network ID or Join Key, HART address, or measurement-related settings from the default values, and to set security codes, press MENU. Select Program and follow the prompts. Refer to the appropriate menu tree. 17. To return the transmitter to default settings, choose Reset Analyzer in the Program menu. Note regarding Wireless Device Configuration In order to communicate with the 1420 Wireless Gateway, and ultimately the Information System, the transmitter must be configured to communicate with the wireless network. This step is the wireless equivalent of connecting wires from a transmitter to the information system. Using a Field Communicator or AMS, enter the Network ID and Join Key so that they match the Network ID and Join Key of the gateway and other devices in the network. The Network Join Key consists of four (4) blocks, each with an eight digit code. The code of each block must match its corresponding block in the 1420 in order for the 6081 to join the network. If the Network ID and Join Key are not identical, the transmitter will not communicate with the network. The Network ID and Join Key may be obtained from the 1420 Wireless Gateway on the Setup>Network>Settings page on the web server. The final device network configuration piece is the Update Rate. This by default is one (1) minute. This may be changed at commissioning, or at any time via AMS or the 1420 Wireless Gateway’s web server. The Update Rate should be between 1 second and 10 minutes. When device configuration is completed, remove the power module and replace the rear cover of the transmitter until the time of actual live installation in the process. Tighten the cover to the proper tension for safety approvals. Note For installation and operation at high elevations, slight convex bulging of the front keypad overlay is possible. If bulging occurs, it is recommended to unscrew the two Philips head screws that faster the front cover to the central housing to release any internal pressure. This will equalize the device’s internal pressure to the ambient atmospheric pressure. Re-tighten the two Philips head screws to secure the front cover before device installation or operation. Make sure to perform the pressure equalization in a clean, dry area. 3 6081-P October 2013 Figure 2. Menu Tree for 6081 pH Wireless Transmitter 4 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 Product Description When used with appropriate sensors, the 6081-P can measure pH or ORP (oxidation reduction potential) of a liquid and transmit data wirelessly with a radio transceiver which uses HART 7 communication protocol. The instrument has a local operator interface consisting of a keyboard and LCD display which can be used to observe process parameters or to configure the 6081. This instrument is available with approvals for use in hazardous areas. General Specifications Enclosure: Cast aluminum. NEMA 4X, IP66 Dimensions: 6.55” x 5.40” x 5.15” (166mm x 137mm x 131mm) Conduit Openings: ¾” FNPT Ambient Temperature: -4 to 149 °F (-20 to 65 °C) Storage Temperature: -22 to 158 °F (-30 to 70 °C) Relative Humidity: 0 to 95% (non-condensing) Weight/Shipping Weight: 7 lbs/8 lbs (3.2/3.6 kg) Digital Communications: HART 7 Wireless HART™ Functional Specifications pH Range: 0 to 14 ORP Range: -1400 to +1400mV Compatible with Rosemount Analytical SMART pH sensors Calibrations/standardization: The automatic buffer recognition uses stored buffer values and their temperature curves for the most common buffer standards available worldwide. The transmitter also performs a stabilization check on the sensor in each buffer. A manual two-point calibration is made by immersing the sensor in two different buffer solutions and entering the pH values. The microprocessor automatically calculates the slope which is used for self-diagnostics. An error message will be displayed if the pH sensor is faulty. This slope can be read on the display and/or manually adjusted if desired. An online one-point process standardization is accomplished by entering the pH or ORP value of a grab sample. The following calibration methods are supported: - Two point calibration with Low and High buffer (pH only) - Two point calibration with Automatic Buffer recognition (pH only) - Single point standardization - Single point Temperature Adjustment - Automatic calibration upon live connection to RAI SMART pH sensors and upload of stored cal data to transmitter Automatic Temperature Compensation: External 3-wire Pt100 RTD or Pt1000 RTD located in the sensor, compensates the pH reading for temperature fluctuations. Compensation covers the range -10 to 150 °C (14 to 302 °F). Manual temperature compensation is also selectable. Accuracy: ±1 mV @ 25 °C ±0.01 pH Repeatability: ±1 mV @ 25 °C ±0.01 pH Information and Status: Information screens display faults and warnings, radio transmission status, network ID number, Power Module voltage, transmitter model, and software version. Diagnostics: The internal diagnostics can detect: RTD Failure Glass Low Failure Glass High Failure Broken Glass Fault Reference High Failure CPU Error High Temperature Warning Low Temperature Warning Glass Impedance High Warning Glass Impedance Low Warning Reference Impedance High Warning 5 6081-P October 2013 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P EEPROM Warning Sense Line Open Warning Factory Cal Warning Keyboard Warning Once a fault or warning is detected, the display will show a message describing the problem. Sensor Temperature Range: -10 to 150°C (PT100 and PT1000) Display: 2-line, 16 character display supports display of pH and mV units. Display shows temperature. Approvals: RFI/EMI: EN-61326 EN 301 489-1 V1.2 2002 EN 301 489-17: V1.4.1 2002 EN 60950-1: 2001 EN 300 328 V 1.6.1 (2004-11) Hazardous Location Approvals Intrinsic Safety: Special Conditions of Use: 1. The 6081 enclosure is made of aluminum alloy and given a protective polyurethane paint finish; however, care should be taken to protect it from impact or abrasion if located in zone 0. This applies to any Intrinsically Safe installation, whether the Class, Division or Zone system is used. 2. Potential Electrostatic Hazard – The plastic antenna may present a potential electrostatic ignition hazard and must not be rubbed or cleaned with a dry cloth. Intrinsically Safe, Class I, Division 1 Groups ABCD/T4 Ta = -20 °C to +65 °C – 1400322; IP66 Class 1 Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4 Ta = -20 °C to +65 °C – 1400322; IP66 Complies with FM standards: FM3600:1998 FM3610: 2010, ISA60079-0:2009, ISA60079-11:2009. FM3611: 2004 FM3810: 2005 ANSI/IEC 60529:2004 Class I, Division 1, Groups A/B/C & D Class II, Division 1, Groups E/F& G Class III T4 Tamb : -20 to +65 °C Type 4x, IP66 CE 1180 II1G Baseefa 10 ATEX 0149X Ex ia IIC T4 Ga (-20 °C ≤ Ta ≤ +65 °C (source CE cert-6081 Baseefa) Complies with Standards: EN 60079-0:2009, EN 60079-11:2007 Non-Incendive: Nonincendive, Class I, Division 2, Groups ABCD/T4 Ta = -20˚C to +65 °C Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, D Dust Ignition Proof Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G T4 Tamb : -20 to +65 °C Environmental: The operating atmosphere of the transmitter must be consistent with the appropriate hazardous location certifications. 6 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 pH Calibration Procedure – Auto Buffer Calibration 1. Obtain two buffer solutions. Ideally, the buffer values should bracket the range of pH values to be measured. 2. Remove the pH sensor from the process liquid. If the process and buffer temperatures are appreciably different place the sensor in a container of tap water at the buffer temperature. Do not start the calibration until the sensor has reached the buffer temperature. Thirty minutes is usually adequate. 3. Press MENU. The main menu appears. Choose Calibrate. 4. Choose pH. 5. Choose BufferCal. 6. Choose Auto. 7. To continue with the calibration, choose Buffer1.Then go to step 8. To change stability criteria, choose Setup and go to step 19. 8. Rinse the sensor with water and place it in buffer 1. Be sure the glass bulb and the reference junction are completely submerged. Swirl the sensor. 9. The screen at left is displayed with “Wait” flashing until the reading is stable. The default stability setting is <0.02 pH change in 10 sec. To change the stability criteria, go to step 19. When the reading is stable, the screen in step 10 appears. 10. The top line shows the actual reading. The transmitter also identifies the buffer and displays the nominal buffer value (buffer pH at 25 °C). If the displayed value is not correct press ▼ or ▲ to display the correct value. The nominal value will change, for example from 7.01 to 6.86 pH. Press ENTER to store. 11. The screen at left appears momentarily. 12. The screen at left appears. Remove the sensor from Buffer 1, rinse it with water, and place it in Buffer 2. Be sure the glass bulb and the reference junction are completely submerged. Swirl the sensor. Choose Buffer2. 13. The screen is displayed with “Wait” flashing until the reading is stable. When the reading is stable, the screen in step 14 appears. 14. The top line shows the actual reading. The transmitter also identifies the buffer and displays the nominal buffer value (buffer pH at 25 °C). If the displayed value is not correct, press ▼ or ▲ to display the correct value. The nominal value will change, for example from 9.91 to 10.02 pH. Press ENTER to store. 15. The screen at the left appears momentarily. 16. If the calibration was successful, the transmitter will display the offset and slope (at 25°). The display will return to the screen in step 6. 17. If the slope is out of range (less than 45 mV/pH or greater than 60 mV/pH) or if the offset exceeds the value programmed in Section 8.4, an error screen appears. The display then returns to the screen in step 6. 18. To return to the main display, press MENU then EXIT. 19. Choosing Setup in step 7 causes the Buffer Stabilize screen to appear. The transmitter will not accept calibration data until the pH reading is stable. The default requirement is a pH change less than 0.02 units in 10 seconds. To change the stability criteria: a. Enter the desired stabilization time b. Enter the minimum amount the reading is permitted to change in the time specified in step 19a. 20. To return to the main display, press MENU then EXIT. 7 6081-P October 2013 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Sensor Wiring Note For additional wiring information on this product, including sensor combinations not shown here, please refer to either our online wiring programs or the Manual DVD enclosed with each product. 1056, 1057, 56, 5081, 6081, 54e, and XMT : http://www3.emersonprocess.com/raihome/sp/liquid/wiring/XMT/ 1066 and sensors with SMART preamps: http://www2.emersonprocess.com/en-US/brands/rosemountanalytical/Liquid/Sensors/Pages/ Wiring_Diagram.aspx 1055: http://www3.emersonprocess.com/raihome/sp/liquid/wiring/1055/ General Information pH and ORP sensors without preamps manufactured by Rosemount Analytical can be wired directly to the 6081-P wireless transmitter. Sensor Wiring To assist in sensor wiring, please refer to the one of the following resources: 1. Sensor Instruction Sheet – provided with each shipped sensor. Detailed wiring drawings show terminal block connections for each sensor lead. 2. Online wiring program available at http://www.emersonprocess.com/raihome/liquid/products/wiring/Xmt displays wiring schematics for all compatible pH sensors. Note All sensor wiring must be rated for ≥70 °C. The following drawing identifies each terminal block lead position for pH sensors. Figure 3. 6081 Sensor Wiring and Connection Points 8 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 Power Module Installation / Replacement The expected life of the power module (PN 701PBKKF) is a minimum of four years at reference conditions. This section describes the procedure for initial installation and replacement of the power module (PN 701PBKKF). The new power module should be stored in a safe place with a controlled environment until the 6081 is ready for live operation. Note that the power module is packed separately from the 6081 wireless transmitter upon delivery and must be installed initially. For initial installation or replacement of the power module, follow these steps using a Philips-head screwdriver: 1. Unscrew the two long machine screws to remove the rear cover of the 6081. Separate the rear cover from the central housing by manually prying the sections apart. Do not use screwdrivers or tools to separate these housing parts. The parts are sealed with an o-ring. 2. Before installation, note the safety warning, disposal instructions and part information on the connection side label of the power module. 3. With the 6081 front display section facing away from you, align the power module pack with the curved surface of the pack facing towards you and the small protruding connector facing away from you. Make sure to align the power module and its keyed connector with the connection receptacle in the middle of the instrument’s terminal block area. 4. With gentle pressure, insert the keyed connector on the power module into the receptacle (labeled Power Module Connection on the drawing). The power module seats in the connection receptacle with an o-ring. 5. Confirm that the power module is fully inserted in the receptacle and properly aligned with the surrounding terminal block. 6. Replace the rear cover of the 6081 with the two screws to secure it to the central housing. Tighten screws and verify operation. Correct installation the rear cover will ensure that the power module is properly secured to power the transmitter. 7. DO NOT RETURN SHIP THE USED POWER MODULE to Rosemount Analytical. Dispose of spent power modules as a hazardous material in accordance with government regulations. WARNING Use only with Rosemount SMART Power Module (PN 701PBKKF) 9 6081-P October 2013 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Mounting Mounting on a Flat Surface Figure 4. Wall Mounting Installation for 6081. Use Pipe/Wall Mounting Bracket Kit, PN23820-00 Note: PN 23820-00 mounting bracket kit includes mounting hardware for pipe mounting only. Wall mounting hardware to be provided by customer. Only use suitable fasteners and hardware to securely fasten the bracket and transmitter to the wall surface 10 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 Pipe Mounting The pipe mounting kit (PN 23820-00/01) accommodates 1–½ in. pipe Figure 5. Pipe Mounting Installation for 6081. Use Pipe/Wall Mounting Bracket Kit, PN23820-00 11 12 7 NORYL DISPLAY FRAME PN 34175-00 ALUMINUM FRONT COVER PN 34180-00 2 LCD MODULE PN 9010443 6 5 DISPLAY INTERFACE PCB PN 24298-00 2X NEOPRENE O-RING PN 9550344 (Mc MASTER-CARR PART NO. 4679T281 MADE OF BLACK BUNA-N, -65°C TO +275°F COT) FRONT NORYL LCD FRAME PN 34163-00 POLYCARBONATE INSULATOR PN 34183-00 POLYCARBONATE 14 PIN RBBON CABLE PN 24224-00 WIRELESS PCB W/2.4 GHz HART 7 RADIO PN 24295-00 OR PN 24296-00 2X NEOPRENE O-RING PN 9550342 NORYL PIN GUIDE PN 34148-00 ALUMINUM BASE 2 PN 34181-00 3/4 -14NPT 4 LQD10112 ECO NO APR 29, 10 RELEASE DATE C 3 REV THIS DRAWING HAS BEEN SUBMITTED FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATION APPROVAL. ANY CHANGES TO THIS DRAWING REQUIRE AGENCY APPROVAL. FINISH MATERIAL 2 THIS FILE CREATED USING SOLID EDGE ENG APPR S. PACIS CHECKED J. PERKINS DATE DATE 4-30-10 4-30-10 5-1-08 Emerson WEIGHT: 1 1700672 SIZE DWG NO SCALE: 1:1 D D SHEET 1 OF 1 REV ANALYTICAL ROSEMOUNT CERT PROD, MODEL 6081 XMTR I.S. (FM) PROCESS MANAGEMENT 2 ALUMINUM REAR COVER PN 34182-00 JP/ SP CHECKED/APPROVED POLYURETHANE RING PN 9160626 6.55 166.44 TITLE 1 CH 5-18-11 BY ALUMINUM WAVE RING PN 9160627 OVERALL DIMENSIONS B. JOHNSON APPROVALS DRAWN O 4.80 121.92 DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES REMOVE BURRS & SHARP EDGES MACHINE FILLET RADII .020 MAX NOMINAL SURFACE FINISH: 125 ANGLES ± 1/2°. .XX ± .03 .XXX ± .010 REVISION DESCRIPTION NORYL BUSHING PN 9160630 2 NEOPRENE SPACER RING PN 34149-00 LQD10215 SEE ECO ECO POWER MODULE PN 00753-9220-0001 D LTR MYLAR WIRING DIAGRAM LABEL PN 9241688-00 REVISIONS NOT PERMITTED W/O AGENCY APPROVAL REV REV REV REV REV REV POLYESTER AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL PN 9241685-01 SILICONE PIN SEAL PN 34150-00 OPTIONALLY INSTALLED ALUMINUM OR BRASS PLUG WITH TEFLON TAPE (2X) D1 NEOPRENE O-RING PN 9550343 NORYL TERMINAL INSULATOR PN 34146-00 INTERFACE PCB PN 24356-00 OR PN 24357-00 3 THIS DOCUMENT IS CERTIFIED BY A B C 8 POLYESTER KEYPAD/OVERLAY PN 34259-00 D2 WINDOW, FILLER PN 34255-00 RETAINER, LCD PN 34254-00 ASSEMBLY LOCATION ('ASSEMBLED IN MEXICO' OR 'MADE IN USA') MODEL NUMBER POLYCARBONATE ANTEENA PN 9160628 NORYL TERMINAL BLOCK PN 34145-00 MARKED AS 6081-A-BB-CCC WHERE: A = P (pH) OR C (CONDUCTIVITY) BB = 67 (FM APPROVED) CCC = ANY 3 DIGIT NUMBER (COUNTRY CODE) 4 October 2013 A B AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL SERIAL NUMBER INCLUDES DATE CODE THE PAINT ON THE OUTER SURFACE OF THE ENCLOSURE IS LESS THAN 0.2mm THICK. 4. 5 APPROVED MODELS POLYCARBONATE ADAPTER PN 9160629 ENCLOSURE MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF IP66. 3. OPTIONAL SPECTRUM APPROVAL INFORMATION ALUMINUM FRONT COVER, ALUMINUM BASE AND ALUMINUM REAR COVER ARE MADE OF ALUMINUM 356C OR ALUMINUM ALLOY A413.0 OR ALUMINUM ALLOY A3600.0. THESE MATERIALS CONTAIN LESS THAN 6 % MAGNESSIUM. PAINT MANUFACTURER: CADINAL, PART NO. 6442, BLUE. PCB MATERIALS HAVE CTI > 175. ALL OTHER INSULATING MATERIALS HAVE CTI >100. 6 2 1. NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 7 D 1700672 C D 8 This document contains information proprietary to Rosemount Analytical, and is not to be made available to those who may compete with Rosemount Analytical. 6081-P LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Instruction Sheet Figure 6. FM IS Installation A B 8 SW VER# NORYL DISPLAY FRAME 2X NEOPRENE O-RING 7 2 6 LCD MODULE FRONT NORYL LCD FRAME POLYCARBONATE INSULATOR POLYCARBONATE ADAPTER DISPLAY INTERFACE PCB PN 24298-00 WIRELESS PCB W/2.4 GHz HART 7 RADIO PN 24295-00 OR PN 24322-00 POLYCARBONATE 14 PIN RBBON CABLE 9241685-02/B POLYCARBONATE ANTENNA 5 5 NEOPRENE O-RING 6081-P-69-XXX 6081-C-69-XXX D1 4 2 REV REV REV REV REV REV LQD10154 ECO NO MAY 21, 10 RELEASE DATE C 3 REV FINISH MATERIAL NEOPRENE SPACER RING REVISION ALUMINUM WAVE RING DESCRIPTION 2 THIS FILE CREATED USING SOLID EDGE DATE 5-9-10 5-5-10 5-5-08 DATE 6.55 166.44 Emerson SCALE: 1:1 WEIGHT: 1 1700673 SIZE DWG NO D D SHEET 1 OF 1 REV ANALYTICAL ROSEMOUNT ALUMINUM REAR COVER 2 JP/DOC CHECKED/APPROVED CERT PROD, MODEL 6081 XMTR I.S.(CSA) PROCESS MANAGEMENT TITLE 1 CH 5-18-11 BY POLYURETHANE RING OVERALL DIMENSIONS ENG APPR D, CROWLEY CHECKED C. HOANG J. PERKINS APPROVALS DRAWN O 4.80 121.92 DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES REMOVE BURRS & SHARP EDGES MACHINE FILLET RADII .020 MAX NOMINAL SURFACE FINISH: 125 ANGLES ± 1/2°. .XX ± .03 .XXX ± .010 NORYL TERMINAL BLOCK NORYL TERMINAL INSULATOR 2 NORYL BUSHING LQD10215 SEE ECO ECO POWER MODULE PN 00753-9920-0001 D LTR MYLAR WIRING DIAGRAM LABEL REVISIONS NOT PERMITTED W/O AGENCY APPROVAL THIS DRAWING HAS BEEN SUBMITTED FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATION APPROVAL. ANY CHANGES TO THIS DRAWING REQUIRE AGENCY APPROVAL. OPTIONALLY INSTALLED ALUMINUM OR BRASS PLUG WITH TEFLON TAPE (2X) ALUMINUM BASE 3/4-14NPT 3 THIS DOCUMENT IS CERTIFIED BY POLYESTER AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL SILICONE PIN SEAL WHERE XXX=COUNTRY CODE EXAMPLE:108=BRAZIL INTERFACE PCB PN 24356-00 OR PN 24357-00 2X NEOPRENE O-RING NORYL PIN GUIDE 4 APPROVED MODELS A B C LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P ALUMINUM FRONT COVER RETAINER, LCD PN 34254-00 2:1 AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL WINDOW, FILLER PN 34255-00 POLYCARBONATE OR POLYESTER KEYPAD/OVERLAY D2 S/N: INTRINSICALLY SAFE FOR CLASS I, II & III, DIVISION 1, ® GROUPS A, B, C, D, E, F & G HAZARDOUS AREA WHEN CONNECTED PER DWG -LR 34186 T4 Tamb = 65°C DWG 1700673 NON-INCENDIVE CLASS I, DIVISION 2 GROUPS A, B, C & D DUST IGNITION PROOF CLASS II AND III, DIVISION 1, GROUPS E, F & G ENCLOSURE TYPE: NEMA 4/4X IP66 WARNING: COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY OR SUITABILITY FOR DIVISION 2 OUTPUT: WIRELESS HART (2.4 GHz) FCC ID: LW2RM2510 / IC ID: 2731A-RM2510 IS CONTAINED WITHIN. SUPPLY: USE ONLY WITH ROSEMOUNT SMART POWER MODULE P/N 753-9220-0001 MODEL 6081 ENCLOSURE MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF NEMA 4X AND IP66. 3. D3 MATERIAL: ALUMINUM ALLOY CONTAINING LESS THAN 6% BY WEIGHT OF MAGNESIUM. 2 IN THIS AREA, PRINT: 1400335 IF 6081P, 1400336 IF 6081C PCB MATERIALS HAVE CTI > 175. ALL OTHER INSULATING MATERIALS HAVE CTI >100. 6 1. NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 7 D 1700673 C D 8 This document contains information proprietary to Rosemount Analytical, and is not to be made available to those who may compete with Rosemount Analytical. Instruction Sheet October 2013 6081-P Figure 7. CSA IS Installation 13 14 8 POLYCARBONATE OR POLYESTER KEYPAD/OVERLAY NORYL DISPLAY FRAME WINDOW, FILLER PN 34255-00 7 2 2X NEOPRENE O-RING FRONT NORYL LCD FRAME LCD MODULE 6 5 ALUMINUM BASE 2 3/4-14NPT SILICONE PIN SEAL 4 LQD10235 ECO NO RELEASE DATE 3 REV D THIS DRAWING HAS BEEN SUBMITTED FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATION APPROVAL. ANY CHANGES TO THIS DRAWING REQUIRE AGENCY APPROVAL. FINISH MATERIAL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES REMOVE BURRS & SHARP EDGES MACHINE FILLET RADII .020 MAX NOMINAL SURFACE FINISH: 125 ANGLES ± 1/2°. .XX ± .03 .XXX ± .010 NORYL BUSHING THIS FILE CREATED USING SOLID EDGE 2 6.55 166.44 8-9-10 8-9-10 7-20-10 DATE SCALE: 1:1 D 1 CHECKED/APPROVED 2 ALUMINUM REAR COVER DATE WEIGHT: 1 1700674 D SHEET 1 OF 1 REV ANALYTICAL ROSEMOUNT CERT PROD, MODEL 6081 XMTR I.S.(ATEX) SIZE DWG NO TITLE PROCESS MANAGEMENT Emerson OVERALL DIMENSIONS ENG APPR D. CROWLEY CHECKED J. PERKINS C. HOANG APPROVALS DRAWN O 4.80 121.92 BY POLYURETHANE RING ALUMINUM WAVE RING REVISION DESCRIPTION NEOPRENE SPACER RING 2 POWER MODULE PN 00753-9220-0001 ECO MYLAR WIRING DIAGRAM LABEL LTR NORYL TERMINAL BLOCK POLYESTER AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL (SILVER POLYESTER THERMfilm SELECT 22970) AUG 10, 2010 REV REV REV REV REV REV REVISIONS NOT PERMITTED W/O AGENCY APPROVAL NORYL TERMINAL INSULATOR INTERFACE PCB PN 24356-00 OR PN 24357-00 OPTIONALLY INSTALLED ALUMINUM OR BRASS PLUG WITH TEFLON TAPE (2X) NOTE: THE STATIC GUARD LAYER GROUNDING TAB IS SECURED TO THE HOUSING USING INDICATED SCREW. THE STATIC GUARD LAYER MUST BE < 0.2mm FROM TOP SURFACE OF OVERLAY. ANY VOID AREA IN THE STATIC GUARD LAYER MUST BE < 4 cm² DISPLAY INTERFACE PCB PN 24298-00 NORYL PIN GUIDE 2X NEOPRENE O-RING NEOPRENE O-RING POLYCARBONATE ANTENNA WHERE XXX=COUNTRY CODE EXAMPLE:108=BRAZIL 6081-P-73-XXX 6081-C-73-XXX 3 THIS DOCUMENT IS CERTIFIED BY A B C ALUMINUM FRONT COVER RETAINER, LCD PN 34254-00 WIRELESS PCB W/2.4 GHz HART 7 RADIO PN 24295-00 OR PN 24296-00 MODEL NUMBER POLYCARBONATE ADAPTER ASSEMBLY LOCATION 4 APPROVED MODELS October 2013 A B 5 OPTIONAL SPECTRUM APPROVAL INFORMATION POLYCARBONATE 14 PIN RBBON CABLE POLYCARBONATE INSULATOR SERIAL NUMBER INCLUDES DATE CODE AGENCY CERTIFICATION LABEL ENCLOSURE MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF NEMA 4X AND IP66. 3. OMIT THE IECEx NUMBER IF ONLY ATEX APPROVAL IS WANTED. PCB MATERIALS HAVE CTI > 175. ALL OTHER INSULATING MATERIALS HAVE CTI >100. MATERIAL: ALUMINUM ALLOY CONTAINING LESS THAN 6% BY WEIGHT OF MAGNESIUM. 1. 6 2 NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 7 D 1700674 C D 8 This document contains information proprietary to Rosemount Analytical, and is not to be made available to those who may compete with Rosemount Analytical. 6081-P LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P Instruction Sheet Figure 8. ATEX IS Installation Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P 6081-P October 2013 15 6081-P October 2013 Instruction Sheet LIQ_MAN_ABR_6081-P facebook.com/EmersonRosemountAnalytical AnalyticExpert.com Credit Cards for U.S. Purchases Only. twitter.com/RAIhome youtube.com/user/RosemountAnalytical ©2013 Rosemount Analytical, Inc. All rights reserved. Emerson Process Management 2400 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92606 USA Tel: (949) 757-8500 Fax: (949) 474-7250 rosemountanalytical.com © Rosemount Analytical Inc. 2013 The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co. 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