SteamEye® All Models Installation and Operation Manual

SteamEye® All Models Installation and Operation Manual
SteamEye®
All Models
Installation and Operation Manual
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Contents
General Safety Information ..................................................... 3
Product Information.............................................................. 3
Section 1: SteamEye®........................................................... 3
Section 2: SteamEye® Gateway............................................ 4-21
Section 3 SteamEye® Repeater (RP4000).............................. 22-24
Section 4 SteamEye® Transmitter Applications....................... 25-27
Section 5 Transmitter Installation Guidelines............................. 28
Model URFC4700/URFM................................................... 28
Model RFC4300/RFM4300................................................. 31
Model URFC4700 Remote................................................. 33
Vault Transmitter............................................................ 36
Proper Transmitter Positioning for Model URFC4700................. 39
Pressure Switch Installation and Wiring................................ 40
Limited Warranty and Remedy............................................... 43
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
General Safety Information
This document should be used by experienced personnel as a guide to the installation of the Armstrong SteamEye® monitoring
System. Selection or installation of equipment should always be accompanied by qualified technical assistance. You are encouraged
to contact Armstrong International, Inc. or its local sales representative for additional information.
Product Information
Tracking and monitoring systems allows for ongoing troubleshooting and optimization. It also allows you to know exactly where
your savings are – and how to find more. Introducing SteamEye®, Armstrong’s best practice system to constantly monitor and
instantly report your steam system’s condition for optimum energy system management and savings.
Section 1 Introduction
The SteamEye® system is designed to monitor and detect instant failure of steam traps and other steam equipment in realtime.
Using a patented Armstrong International technology, SteamEye® transmitters continuously monitor the steam equipment.
Once a failure is detected, the transmitter wirelessly sends the current operating condition of the steam trap, or other steam
equipment, to a gateway (wireless receiver). SteamEye® can also be integrated into your existing Building Automation
System (BAS) or Digital Control System (DCS) using Modbus or BACnet™ communication protocols.
In applications where the transmitter has line of sight to the gateway, the range is approximately 1500 feet. In facilities
where the signal must travel through walls, floors and other obstructions the range is 300 to 500 feet. If the receiver is out
of the range of a transmitter, wireless repeaters can be placed to “repeat” the signal back to the gateway. A radio frequency
signal strength survey is recommended to determine if repeaters are needed, where they will be located and how many will
be required.
SteamEye® can be linked to SteamStar® for real time steam loss and CO2 emissions information. SteamStar® will calculate
and quantify accumulated steam and dollar losses until action is taken. SteamStar® can also send alerts immediately when
a failure occurs, helping reduce cost and/or catastrophic damages due to steam trap failure. Advanced reporting tools
such as Benchmarking, Trending and Work Orders are also available. All of this will help prioritize busy work schedules in
today’s “do more with less” workplace and ultimately help you achieve energy efficiency and reliability goals.
The gateway is connected to your company’s network where the information can be viewed through any computer on
campus.
SteamStar®:
The SteamEye® Gateway M has the
capability to integrate into Armstrong’s
web-hosted steam trap management
program called SteamStar®. SteamStar®
allows users to calculate losses in real
time and create reports that can be shared
among colleagues. See Figure 1.1 for
potential set up options.
Figure 1.1 – Gateway Communication Options
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Section 2 SteamEye® Gateway
The Armstrong SteamEye® Gateway M is a receiver and data collection center for the SteamEye® system. The
Gateway runs on a Linux based LightTPD SSL web server and is capable of collecting data from up to 2000
SteamEye® transmitters. The Gateway can be installed on a LAN where data can be accessed through the built-in
webserver and/or the information can be integrated into a control system via the built-in Modbus table.
Section 2.1 Connections
Figure 2.1
• Powered External 3000 Receiver Connection – This port can be used to add on an external 3000 series
receiver (no programming/power module is needed to power the receiver when connected to this port)
• Power Input – DC power input from the power cord (included)
• Modbus RS-485 Connection – Used to connect SteamEye® system to a control system
• Modbus RS-232 Connection – Used to connect SteamEye® system to a control system
• Reset Button – Depressing this button with power cycle the Gateway
• VGA monitor Connection (used for programming and troubleshooting purposes only) – The Gateway can be
connected directly to a monitor through this port
• Key Board Connection (used for programming and troubleshooting purposes only) – The Gateway can be
connected directly to a keyboard through this port
• Ethernet Connection – Local Area Network (LAN) or crossover cable connection
• Non-Powered External 3000 Receiver Connection - This port can be used to add on an external 3000 series
receiver (a programming/power module is needed to power the receiver when connected to this port)
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Section 2.2 System Requirements
The following requirements apply to the laptop/PC that will be used to set up and or view the information
on the SteamEye® Gateway.
Ethernet
• 10/100 base-TX Ethernet communication
Web Browser Application
• Mozilla Firefox 12 or higher
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
• Safari 3.0 or higher
• Google Chrome 20 or higher
Section 2.3 Initial Gateway Set-Up
The gateway is set up at the factory with DHCP network settings. If the Gateway is started up and it does
not detect a DHCP server within approximately 60 seconds it will default to a static IP of 10.0.2.41.
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Section 2.3.1 Prepare Laptop/PC
The Gateway settings can be changed as needed by connecting directly to the Gateway using an Ethernet
crossover cable. Before connecting to the Gateway, the computer must be set up to communicate on a
“private network” (the crossover cable). Follow the steps below to configure the computer settings:
1. Find the Control Panel (Usually found in the “Start” menu)
2. Open the Network Connections (usually called “Network
and Sharing”)
3. Select “Change Adapter Setting”
4. Select “Local Area Connection” - Figure 2.2
5. Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” Or “Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”
6. Click the “Properties” button
7. In the General tab select “Use the following IP address” Figure 2.3
8. Enter an IP address of 10.0.2.10
9. Enter a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
10. Click OK to close the Internet Protocols (TCP/IP)
Properties window
11. Click OK to close the Local Area connection Properties
window
Figure 2.2
12. Close the Network Connections window
Once the computer is set up, connect the Ethernet Crossover
cable to the computer and to the Gateway. If the Gateway
has not been started you can connect power. Note: Allow a
minimum of 60 seconds for the Gateway to start-up. During
this time you will not be able to access the Gateway.
Figure 2.3
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Section 2.3.2 Configuring the Gateway
The Configuration screen has several functions that allow you to customize your gateway.
Note: Requires administrative access.
Warning: Any changes should be made by a qualified IT professional.
Improper changes to the configuration could cause the gateway to become unresponsive.
Login with administrator access (default username: admin | password: admin).
Log into the Gateway and edit configuration settings for installation on a “live network”.
Properties that may need to be changed are:
• TCP/IP Network Settings
• Usernames and Passwords
• Time and Time Zone settings
• SteamStar® Configuration
• Outbound email notification
Logging into the Gateway:
1. Connect power to the gateway and allow it to start up (about 60 seconds)
2. Connect an Ethernet crossover cable to the laptop/pc and the Gateway (see Section 2.3.1 for computer setup instructions)
3. Start the web browser on the laptop/PC
4. Enter https://10.0.2.41 into the address bar and click enter
5. A warning stating that there is a problem with the website’s security certificate may be displayed. This is normal,
acknowledge the security and proceed.
6. Once the login page has loaded you can login by entering:
• Username: admin
• Password: admin
You will be directed to the home page
7. Click on “Configuration” to make changes to the Gateway
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Section 2.3.2 Configuring the Gateway - Edit Configuration
Click “Edit Configuration” to change the following
TCP/IP Configuration:
Set TCP/IP Configuration:
• “Yes” – allows for Static IP Configuration
• Fill in remaining fields in this section
• “No” – Device will default to DHCP
Click “Save Changes” and restart the device for the
changes to become effective.
Date and Time Configuration:
1. Select the appropriate time zone
2. Enter the current time and date – format: hr:min
Month/Day/Year
a. Example: 17:07 09/14/2014
3. Check the “Set Date and Time” box
4. Click “Save Changes” and restart the device for
the changes to become effective.
SteamEye® Receiver Configuration:
Receiver Hostname
This will change the name of the Gateway
• Limited to alpha numeric characters only
• Maximum number of characters 29
Monitor Internal and External: receivers should not
by modified without direct supervision of Armstrong
International
Enable LOS Checking:
• “Yes” will allow the Gateway to mark a device as
“LOS” or “Lost” is a transmission from a device
has not been received in a 24 hour period
• “No” will prevent the gateway from marking any
device as “LOS” or “Lost” This may be used if
the gateway is installed in a mobile receiver kit
Click “Save Changes” and restart the device for the
changes to become effective.
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Section 2.3.2 Configuring the Gateway - Edit Configuration - continued
SteamStar® Configuration:
SteamStar® Configuration settings control the communication
link between the SteamEye® Gateway and SteamStar® (see
Section 2 overview). Changing these settings may prevent
SteamEye® from sending updates to SteamStar®.
Please consult Armstrong prior to making any changes to the
SteamStar® Configuration avoid any loss of communication.
Integrated Web Server Configuration:
This section allows you to configure the HTTPS port (Default
443)
Outbound E-mail Notifications:
If this section is set up the SteamEye® Gateway will send out
email notifications to up to 3 email addresses when there is a
state change of a SteamEye® transmitter.
• Mail Server Name/Address – Enter the email server name
or address here
• Mail Server Port – Enter the email server port
• ‘From’ E-Mail address – List the address that will be listed
in the “from” address when an email is sent
• Note – the email addresses in the “Notify List for
SteamEye® device alerts” and “Notify List for WebEnabled alerts” must match exactly or emails may not
be sent out
Miscellaneous:
Backup device state every ___ minutes (default 10) – This
marks the frequency at which the gateway will write the
existing data to the database.
Logging Level – Default = None
Note – Changing the logging level can cause the gateway
to become very slow due to the additional load on
the processor and memory. The logging level should
only be activated in a troubleshooting situation.
Click “Save” when complete. Note: the Gateway must be
rebooted for these changes to take effect.
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Section 2.3.2 Configuring the Gateway - Edit User Access
Click “Edit User Access” to change Usernames and Passwords.
The default Username and Passwords are listed below.
Access Level
Username
Password
Privileges
Administrator
admin
admin
Edit Configuration Information
Edit User Access
Update to and from SteamStar®
View and Edit Trap Data
Full
user
user
View and Edit Trap Data
Update to and from SteamStar®
Guest
read
read
View Trap Data
Restart Device - Clicking the “Restart Device” button will cause the Gateway to shutdown and restart.
Note: communication to control system and network will be interrupted during a restart.
Shutdown Device – Clicking the “Shutdown Device” button will power down the gateway.
Note: communication to control system and network will stop when the Gateway is shutdown.
Update from SteamStar® – Clicking the “Update from SteamStar®” button will update the trap database with the
information contained in the SteamStar® site the Gateway is programmed to communicate with.
Warning: Selecting “Update from SteamStar®” will overwrite the existing database on the Gateway. Any changes
that may have been made on the gateway and not on SteamStar® will be permanently lost.
Upload to SteamStar® – Clicking the “Upload to SteamStar®” button will send condition updates of all the monitored
points in the gateway to SteamStar®.
Note: only condition information will be sent to SteamStar®. Changes to other fields should be made directly in
SteamStar®.
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Section 2.4 Gateway Common Functions
Logging into the Gateway
1. Open web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.).
2. Enter IP address of the Gateway into the address bar (i.e. https://10.0.2.41).
3. A warning stating that there is a problem with the website’s security certificate may be displayed. This is normal,
acknowledge the security and proceed.
4. Enter username and password (see Section 2.3.2 for default passwords) and click “Submit”.
5. The “All Equipment” screen will be the first page displayed. See “All Equipment Tab” of this section for more details.
Navigation Tabs:
Critical Equipment Tab:
If devices are marked as critical they will be listed under this tab.
Mark device as Critical Equipment Tab:
1. Under the “All Equipment” tab click on the tab number of the item to be marked critical
2. Select “Yes” next to Critical
3. Click Save
Failed Equipment Tab:
If a device is reading a failed condition it will be listed under this tab. This is exceptionally useful when there are several
pages worth of data and you are only interested in the failed equipment.
All Equipment Tab:
Everything on the Gateway will be listed under this tab.
Configuration Tab:
See Section 2.3.2
Logout Tab:
Click this to log off the Gateway.
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Section 2.4 Gateway Common Functions - continued
Adding new equipment:
1. Locate and click the “Add New Equipment” button on the bottom left of the “All Equipment”, “Failed Equipment”,
or the “Critical Equipment” page.
2. Select the correct device type.
3. Enter the unique transmitter signature number found on the transmitter cover.
4. Enter tag number (do not duplicate tags).
5. Enter a description of the location as you want it displayed on the equipment screens.
6. Enter the Manufacturer and Model of the equipment monitored in the “Model No.” field. This will be displayed on
the equipment screens (example ARM / 811).
7. Mark the trap as critical if you would like the trap to be displayed on the “Critical Equipment” page and send email
alerts to acknowledge state changes (see configuration for email settings).
8. Click “Save Changes”
Editing Data and adding points
1. Click on tag number of the desired device for the “Critical Equipment”, “Failed Equipment” or “All Equipment” tabs.
2. All fields can be edited at this point however if the transmitter number is changed a new entry will be created.
Change your Password:
1. Click on the “Configuration” tab
2. Click “Edit User Access”
3. From this screen you can change your Username, Full Name (how it is displayed) and password
4. Click “Save”
Device Type Filters
SteamEye® has the capability to monitor several different types of equipment (i.e. steam traps, coils, pump traps etc.).
The device filter will display only the device type selected. Select from the pull down the device type you would like to see.
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Section 2.5 Gateway Specifications
Specifications
Armstrong SteamEye® Gateway GW4000M
Operating System
Linux based Cherokee SSL web server
Processor
AMD low power LX800 500MHz, Fanless
Memory
128MB RAM
4GB Internal Flash
Input Power
120v AC Power Supply
Power Consumption
400mA
Ethernet Interface
1 x 10/100 Mbps
Supported Communication Protocols
IPv4, SMTP, FTP, Telnet,
SSH, HTTP, HTTPS, Modbus RTU
Inbound TC/IP ports:
- Embedded web server with Remote
configuration
80 standard (redirected to 443)
23 Telnet
21 FTP
443 HTTPS configurable
22 SSH configurable
Outbound TC/IP ports:
- For e-mail/text message notification
- For SteamStar® updates
25 (Mail to SMTP server)
80 HTTP
443 HTTPS configurable
RF Receiver
1 Internal RF Receiver
1 External Receiver Port
Operating Frequency
902-928 MHz
Dimensions (H x W x D)
2-3/4” x 6-1/2” x 4-1/2”
(70mm x 166mm x 114mm)
Weight
3.5 lb (1.6 kg)
Operation Temperature Range
32-140°F (0-60°C)
Operating Humidity
10% - 70% Relative humidity, non-condensing
Modbus Connection
RS-485 (Standard) or RS-232 (Optional)
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Section 2.6 Modbus Configuration
The SteamEye® Gateway M comes standard with Modbus 485 connections (see Section 2.1 Connections) Using an
RS-485 interface, the server can be accessed over a network of Modbus devices.
Section 2.6.1 Modbus Connections
Power
----- Not Used
------Tx +
------Tx------Ground
Section 2.6.2 Modbus Settings
Slave Device ID ........... 2
Baud............................. 9600
Data Bits....................... 8
Parity............................ Even
Stop Bits...................... 1
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Section 2.6.3 Modbus Register Table
The information is accessed via the holding register (40,000) and input register (30,000) space. To refresh the input
register table, write a 1 or 0 to holding register 40,000.
Please note: This manual assumes a 0 based system. If the system being used is a 1 based system, add 1 to all locations.
The SteamEye® system is a wireless system with the potential for 2000 monitoring points communicating with a single
receiver. With such a large amount of information available from a single point the Modbus table is constructed differently
than may be customary for single point monitoring. The Modbus table on the SteamEye® gateway is a single table that
contains information for all points monitored by the gateway. The information available for each monitoring point is
extensive and may or may not be needed so it is important to plan what data is necessary from the Modbus table to
minimize programming and hardware cost.
Holding Registers (Table 2.6.1)
Register Name
Add
Write
Read
devicenum
0
update input registers array
number of devices
base
1
device index offset
device index offset
indexed device
2-5
change index/delete
device transmitter number
device fields
6-97
modify/create indexed device
read indexed device fields
Input Registers (Table 2.6.2)
Register Name
Add
Write
device[base]
0-90
1st monitor point listed in the table
device[base+1]
91-181
2nd monitor point listed in the table
etc....
etc…
etc…
device[base+108]
9828-9918
109th monitor point listed in the table. End of offset.
Each monitoring point uses 91 registers in the table and they are stacked for additional monitoring points. For example in
a 10 point monitoring system the first monitoring point would take up registers 0-90, the second point 91-181, the third
182-272… the tenth point 819-909.
If the population of traps is great enough that it exhausts the 10,000 available registers (109 monitor points) it will be
necessary to adjust the base to offset the index of monitoring points.
When the base is adjusted, the register table will adjust to make the base number the first monitoring point listed. For
example, if the base is changed to 10, the first 90 registers would be for monitoring point number 10. In the case where the
first register table is exhausted (109 monitor points) the base could be adjusted to 110 and the register table would build
from monitoring point 110.
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Section 2.6.3 Modbus Register Table - continued
The Modbus table contains all the information available for each point in the system. Below is a table that describes where to find
the information for each point in the gateway. It is worth noting that if the information is not something that needs to be entered
into the control system then it is not required to read the data. This can help save significant cost when setting up a system.
Device Fields (Table 2.6.3)
Field
Reg. Offset
Type
Description
transmitter
0-3
decimal
device index and RF transmitter #
tag
4-14
string
tag number or device name
location
15-40
string
physical location of the transmitter
model
41-51
string
equipment make / model
status
52-62
string
current status of equipment (see table 2.6.4)
state_changes
63
decimal
number of state changes of equipment
low_battery
64
decimal
low battery alarm (0/1)
last_update
65-68
date & time
last update (time from Epoch)
signal_margin
69
decimal
transmitter signal level
failed
70
decimal
is the equipment in a failed state (0/1)
critical
71
decimal
is the equipment marked as critical (0/1)
for future use
72
decimal
(0/1) alarm bit not currently used
for future use
73
decimal
(0/1) alarm bit not currently used
last_alarm_changed_status
74-84
String
status of equipment at last state change
type
85
decimal
device type number (see Table 4)
last_alarm_changed_time
86-89
date & time
last state change (time from Epoch)
cycle_count
90
decimal
cycle count (pump trap equipment type)
The Modbus table will provide data in Decimal, String, or Date and Time. The information in these fields can be
converted into something a human can read using the translation information below:
Translating a decimal field (the transmitter number is used in this example):
Example: Transmitter number 986792:
[30000] = 0
[30001] = 0
[30002] = 15
[30003] = 3752
Translate the Decimal fields into hex first:
Register
Decimal
Hex
[30000]
=0
[30001]
=0
=0
[30002]
= 15
= 0F
[30003]
= 3752
=0
= 0EA8
Combine the hex information together so it = 0F0EA8
Covert the combined hex information to decimal. In this example 0F0EA8 converts to 986792
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Section 2.6.3 Modbus Register Table - continued
Translating a string (the current status is used in this example):
The current condition is populated in registers 30052-30062
Start by converting the value to Hex, break the Hex up and then convert from ASCII to letters.
Example: decimal response of 17220 from register 30052, convert it to HEX. 17220 = 4344.
Register
Decimal
Hex
[30052]
17220
4344
Break the hex up into 43 and 44 and look them up in an ASCII table. See table below.
43 = ASCII “C”
44 = ASCII “D”
Combine the two and you get CD, cold status.
If the steam trap was OK, you would get a response of decimal 20299 = 4F4B,
4F = ASCII “O”
4B = ASCII “K”
For Blowthru, response = 16980 = 4254
42 = ASCII “B”
54 = ASCII “T”
Translating date & time (the last update field is used in this example)
Date and time fields are listed in 2 registers. Start by converting each register to hex. Then combine the 2 hex strings.
Convert the combined field to a decimal to get the Epoch time. Convert the Epoch time to “human time” to finish.
Example:
Register
Decimal
Hex
[30067]
21373
537D
[30068]
02985
0BA9
Combine the 2 hex fields to get 537D0BA9.
Hex
Dec
537D0BA9 = 1400703913 = Wed, 21 May 2014 20:25:13 GMT
Epoch time
Date “human time”
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Section 2.6.3 Modbus Register Table - continued
Device Status Table (Table 2.6.4)
Steam Trap
OK
OK
CD
BT
Pressure Reducing Valve
Device Type
FT
OP
Pressure Reducing Valve with Safety Relief Valve
OK
OP
LOS
LOS
RA
Pump Trap
LOS
OK
FL
Pump Trap with Cycle Count
LOS
OK
FL
LOS
OK
FL
CC
Coil
LOS
Sump Ejector (Flooded Detection Device)
OK
FL
LOS
Universal Switch
OK
ALR
Possible Conditions
OK =
OK
CD =
COLD
BT =
BLOWTHRU
FT =
FAULT
LOS = LOSS OF SIGNAL
OP =
OVER PRESSURE
RA =
RELIEF ALARM
FL =
FLOODED
CC =
CYCLE COUNT
ALR = ALARM
OT =
OVER TEMPERATURE
LOS
Safety Relief Valve
OK
RA
Repeater
LOS
OK
LOS
Safety Relief Valve with Temperature
OK
OT
RA
LOS
Device Type Table (2.6.5)
Type #
Equipment Type
1
Steam Trap
2
Pressure Reducing Valve
3
Pressure Reducing Valve with Safety Relief Valve
4
Pump Trap
5
Pump Trap with Cycle Count
6
Coil
8
Sump Ejector (Flooded Detection Device)
9
Universal Switch
10
Safety Relief Valve
11
Repeater
12
Safety Relief Valve with Temperature
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Section 2.6.3 Modbus Register Table - continued
ASCII Table (2.6.6)
Hex
Char
Hex
Char
Hex
Char
Hex
Char
00
Null
20
Space
40
@
60
`
01
Start of heading
21
!
41
A
61
a
02
Start of text
22
"
42
B
62
b
03
End of text
23
#
43
C
63
c
04
End of transmit
24
$
44
D
64
d
05
Enquiry
25
%
45
E
65
e
06
Acknowledge
26
&
46
F
66
f
07
Audible bell
27
'
47
G
67
g
08
Backspace
28
(
48
H
68
h
09
Horizontal tab
29
)
49
I
69
i
0A
Line feed
2A
*
4A
J
6A
j
0B
Vertical tab
2B
+
4B
K
6B
k
0C
Form Feed
2C
‘
4C
L
6C
l
0D
Carriage return
2D
-
4D
M
6D
m
0E
Shift out
2E
.
4E
N
6E
n
0F
Shift in
2F
/
4F
O
6F
o
10
Data link escape
30
0
50
P
70
p
11
Device control 1
31
1
51
Q
71
q
12
Device control 2
32
2
52
R
72
r
13
Device control 3
33
3
53
S
73
s
14
Device control 4
34
4
54
T
74
t
15
Neg. acknowledge
35
5
55
U
75
u
16
Synchronous idle
36
6
56
V
76
v
17
End trans. block
37
7
57
W
77
w
18
Cancel
38
8
58
X
78
x
19
End of medium
39
9
59
Y
79
y
1A
Substitution
3A
:
5A
Z
7A
z
1B
Escape
3B
;
5B
[
7B
}
1C
File separator
3C
<
5C
\
7C
|
1D
Group separator
3D
=
5D
]
7D
{
1E
Record separator
3E
>
5E
^
7E
~
1F
Unit separator
3F
?
5F
_
7F
¨
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Example Table 2.6.7
Field Description
Priority
Register #
Result
Type
Translation
Convert to Hex
Transmitter Number
2
30000
0
30001
0
30002
31
30003
20424
Tag Number
1*
Decimal
Register typically not used
1F
2*
2*
2052040
Split numbers
Look Up in Ascii table
Decimal fields end at the last Register
21297
5331
30005
13109
3335
31
S
33
35
3
30006
25088
6200
5
62
00
b
null
30007
0
30008
0
30009
0
30010
0
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
30011
0
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
30012
0
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
30013
0
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
30014
0
53
1
String fields start at the first register
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
Result = S135b
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
String
Registers used in longer Tag numbers
Split numbers
Look Up in Ascii table
30015
18798
496E
49
6E
30016
8258
2042
20
42
30017
24947
6173
61
73
a
s
30018
25965
656D
65
6D
e
m
30019
25966
656E
65
6E
e
n
30020
29728
7420
74
20
t
30021
I
61
62
a
b
v
n
Reference ASCII Table 2.6.6
B
24930
6162
30022
28534
6F76
6F
76
o
30023
25888
6520
65
20
e
30024
18520
4858
48
58
H
X
30025
9011
2333
23
33
#
3
30026
0
30027
0
30028
0
30029
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30030
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30031
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30032
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30033
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30034
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30035
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30036
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30037
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30038
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30039
0
Register used in longer descriptions
30040
0
Register used in longer descriptions
Result = In basement above HX #3
String
Register used in longer descriptions
Register used in longer descriptions
Register used in longer descriptions
Convert to Hex
Model Number
1F4FC8
4FC8
Convert to Hex
Location
Notes
Convert back to Dec
Register typically not used
Convert to Hex
30004
Combine the cells
Split numbers
Look Up in Ascii table
30041
16722
4152
41
52
A
30042
19759
4D2F
4D
2F
M
/
30043
14385
3831
38
31
8
1
30044
12544
3100
31
00
1
null
30045
0
30046
0
30047
0
Register used in long model numbers
30048
0
Register used in long model numbers
30049
0
Register used in long model numbers
30050
0
Register used in long model numbers
30051
0
Register used in long model numbers
R
Register used in long model numbers
String
Result = ARM/811
20
Register used in long model numbers
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Example Table 2.6.7 - continued
Field Description
Priority
Register #
Result
Type
Translation
Convert to Hex
1
2
Status
30052
30053
30054
30055
30056
30057
30058
30059
30060
30061
30062
20299
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
String
Split numbers
4F
4B
4F4B
Notes
Look Up in Ascii table
O
K
See Table 2.6.4 for list of statuses
Register only for "ALM" and "LOS"
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
This is a single register decimal field, no conversion needed
State changes
2
30063
28
Decimal
Low Battery
1
30064
0
Decimal
30065
30066
30067
30068
0
0
21373
02985
Time and Date
1
Last Update
Signal Margin
3
30069
51
Decimal
Failed
3
30070
0
Decimal
Critical
3
30071
0
Decimal
For Future Use
30072
30073
0
0
Decimal
Last Alarm Changed
Status
2
30074
30075
30076
30077
30078
30079
30080
30081
30082
30083
30084
16980
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
String
Device Type
3
30085
1
Decimal
Last Alarm Changed
Time
2
30086
30087
30088
30089
0
0
21372
02985
Time and Date
Cycle Count
**
30090
0
Decimal
Result = 28
Status Bit
1 = Yes, 0 = No ------- Result = No
Combine Convert to
Convert from Epoch
Convert to Hex
Cells
Dec
time to human time
Status bit (1=Yes, 0=No)
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
537D
Wed, 21 May 2014
537D0BA9 1400703913
20:25:13 GMT
0BA9
This is a single register decimal field, no conversion needed
Result = 51
Status Bit
1 = Failed, 0 = Okay ------- Result = Ok
Status Bit
1 = Critical, 0 = Non-critical ------- Result = Non-critical
Not used
Convert to Hex
4254
Split numbers
42
54
Status bit (1 = Failed, 0 = Okay)
Status bit (1 = Critical, 0 = Non-critical)
Look Up in Ascii table
B
T
Register only for "ALM" and "LOS"
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
This is a single register decimal field, no conversion needed
Result = Steam Trap
Combine Convert to
Convert from Epoch
Convert to Hex
Cells
Dec
time to human time
Reference device type table 2.6.5
Register typically not used
Register typically not used
537C
Wed, 21 May 2014
537C13CB 1400640459
02:47:39 GMT
13CB
This is a single register decimal field, no conversion needed
Result = 0
Priority - At Armstrong we recognize that it can be cost prohibitive to read all registers for every point in the system. The priority
level is the level at which it is recommended the register is read from the table. For example, the location field is unlikely to change
over time so it is listed as a priority level of 2 because this information can be written into the control system. Whereas the condition
is 1 because that will change if the trap condition changes.
Priority Level: 1 = High
2 = Medium
3 = Low
* Only need to read enough registers to get information. The
rest are blank and it is not necessary to read them
** This field is 1 priority if monitoring pump traps with cycle
count otherwise the field is unused
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Section 3 SteamEye® Repeater (RP4000)
RP4000 high-power repeaters receive, decode, amplify and retransmit signals from SteamEye® transmitters. The RP4000
expands the range for any SteamEye® 4000 series transmitters, and can be used to amplify signals from other RP4000’s.
The RP4000 can be used to expand the SteamEye® system to scale from small sites to complete campuses consisting of
several buildings.
Section 3.1 Operating Information
The RP4000 Repeater is designed to operate without any need for interaction. Once the Repeater is powered it will receive
and send signals from all series 4000 Armstrong SteamEye® devices automatically.
Figure 3.1 – RP4000
A – DECODE
Processing a received wireless signal
B – TRANSMIT
Transmitting a wireless signal that was received
C – LOW BAT.
Backup battery voltage is low
D – POWER
Power indicator light
E – HOUSING RELEASE TABS
F – POWER TRANSFORMER
A
B
C
D
E
F
C
Figure 3.2 – RP4000, Cover Removed
A
D
A – POWER CONNECTION
B – POWER CONNECTION
B
C – BATTERY CONNECTOR
D – ANCHOR LOCATION (4 Corners)
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Section 3.2 Installation Information
Prior to installation of the RP4000 SteamEye® Repeater an RF survey should have been performed to identify Repeater
installation locations. Install the RP4000 in the locations specified by the RF Survey. For maximum performance, mount the
RP4000 in an area removed from metal (metal objects such as duct work and wire mesh will reduce RF range). All installation
locations should be dry and maintain a temperature between 32°F - 140°F (0°C - 60°C). If installing in an outside location or
location where water splash maybe present, install the RP4000 in a non-metallic enclosure. See installation example, Figure 3.6
Section 3.2.1 RP4000 Power Cable Installation
The RP4000 is supplied with a transformer allowing it to be powered from any standard 120 VAC outlet.
120 VAC power is required.
1. Remove Cover – Remove RP4000 cover by inserting
a flat screwdriver in the seam of the front and back
cover at the housing release tabs and gently pry
down. Repeat this step at all retainer marks.
2. Cut Power Cable – Cut the necessary length of cable
to run from the repeater location to the power source.
Note: Wire should be two-conductor 20 AWG (or larger)
stranded-tinned copper with PVC insulation rated to
300 volts at 80 °F (26 °C). Wire length should not
exceed 328 ft (100 Meters).
Figure 3.3 – Removing Cover
3. Install Power Cable – Terminate the cable on the transformer connection screws and on the RP4000 power and ground
connections. Note: the RP4000 uses 14 VAC and there are no concerns with polarity for the wire termination locations.
Cable termination
location
Figure 3.4 – Power wire installation
4. Connect Battery Power – The RP4000 is shipped with a fully charged backup battery. Connect the battery before
re-installing the cover.
5. Reinstall the cover.
Figure 3.5 – Connect Battery Power
See the next page for an example of an installation with enclosure.
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Section 3.2.2 RP4000 Mounting Installation Example
The RP4000 can be mounted to a non-metallic panel or wall using the 4 provided screws (see figure 3.2 for Anchor locations).
Please note that metallic enclosures will significantly impede on the signal transmission and should not be used for SteamEye®
repeaters.
RP4000 Installation Example
Figure 3.6
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Section 4 SteamEye® Transmitter Applications
The SteamEye® system has various monitoring options for steam traps to match the requirements of different demanding
locations. In addition to steam trap monitoring, the system is capable of monitoring additional equipment described below.
Model: URFC4700
The URFC4700 steam trap transmitter can be installed on any style
trap operating under constant pressure.
Monitors: Steam Trap Constant Pressure Applications
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Pressure Range: 15 – 1500 psig (1 – 100 Bar)
Note: Heat sync is required on installations above 200 psig (14 Bar)
Model: URFM4700
The URFM4700 steam trap transmitter can be installed on
any style trap operating on modulating pressure.
Monitors: Steam Trap Modulating Pressure (On/Off)
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Pressure Range: 15 – 1500 psig (1 – 100 Bar)
Note: Heat sync is required on installations above 200 psig
(14 Bar)
Note: Pressure switch not included.
Model: URFC4700R
The URFC4700R steam trap transmitter can be installed on any style
trap operating on constant pressure. The remote transmitter can be
installed away from the trap making it ideal for use in situations where
communication is difficult.
Monitors: Steam Trap Constant Pressure Applications
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Pressure Range: 15 – 1500 psig (1 – 100 Bar)
Note: Heat sync is required on installations above 200 psig (14 Bar)
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Model: RFC4300
The RFC4300 steam trap transmitter can be installed on any
probe ready Armstrong inverted bucket steam trap.
Monitors: Steam Trap Constant Pressure Applications
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Pressure Range: 0 – 600 psig (0 – 41 Bar)
Model: RFM4300
The RFM4300 steam trap transmitter can be installed in any
probe ready Armstrong inverted bucket trap.
Monitors: Steam Trap Modulating (On/Off Applications)
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Pressure Range: 0 – 600 psig (0 – 41 Bar)
Note: Pressure switch not included.
Model: URFC4700-SRV
The URFC4700-SRV Safety Relief Valve (SRV) transmitter can be
installed on a SRV for notification of a leaking or discharging SRV.
Monitors: Safety Relief Valves
Operating Conditions: Non-submersible
Ambient Temperatures Probe: -40°F – 125°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Maximum Pipe Temperature: 600°F
Note: A heat sync is required on installations with pipe
temperatures greater than 385°F.
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Model: RFC4310PR
The RFC4310PR steam trap transmitter is typically installed in areas
where there is a potential for flooding and/or high heat and humidity
are present (steam vaults/pits). The RFC4310PR can be installed in
any probe ready Armstrong Inverted bucket trap.
Monitors: Steam Trap, Constant Pressure Applications
Ambient Temperature (Probe): 250°F (121°C)
Max Pressure (Probe): 600 psig (41 Bar)
Ambient Temperature (Transmitter): -40°F – 194°F (-40°C – 52°C)
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Section 5 SteamEye® Transmitter Installation Guidlines
Model: URFC4700/URFM
Transmitter
Preparation
Clearance
Make sure Waveguide is oriented so that enough
clearance is available to install the transmitter.
Recommendation: Install transmitter at least
3 ft. (1 m) from any large structure for optimal
performance.
Note: Install the transmitter so that hazards do
not interfere with or damage the transmitter.
Examples of physical damage include, but are not
limited to: blowing steam or condensate directly
onto the transmitter, installation in pathways
where transmitter could be struck by personnel or
vehicles, etc.
Physical Dimensions
dia - 3" (76 mm)
h - 6.75” (171 mm)
Monitoring Type
Ultrasonic and Temp
Material
Glass Filled Nylon
Power Supply
Duracell 123A
3 Volt Lithium Battery
Typical Battery Life
3-5 years*
Transmission
902 to 928 MHz
Power
60 mW
Transmission Bandwidth
200 KHz
Communications
Proprietary spread
spectrum format
Temperature Range
-40°F to 115°F
(-40°C to 46°C)
Max Operating Pressure
1500 psi (104 bar)**
Intrinsic Safety
Class I, Groups C, D
Class II, Groups F, G
Div. 1, 2
*Operating at the upper or lower end of the temperature
range may decrease battery life
**Heat sink may be required (see page 31 for orientation
and heat sink requirement)
Obstruction
Optimal
Okay
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Installing Battery
Rules and Regulations
This transmitter is designed for live maintenance in hazardous environments. All maintenance should be performed
by experienced personnel in accordance with local, national, and international standards and codes.
Warning: Explosion Hazard
Do not place conductive objects
or materials within battery
compartment.
Warning: Explosion Hazard
Do not open when dust
atmosphere is present.
Cap
1. Remove cap by unscrewing from base.
2. Inspect O Rings for cracks or damage, replace if necessary.
3. Install battery.
Note: Use only Duracell® model 123A 3 Volt Lithium Battery.
Use caution when installing battery not to damage or bend any
components.
Battery Clip
Battery
4. Reinstall cap.
Base
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Transmitter Installation
3 Refer to page 31 to
determine the proper
installation orientation
for pipe temperature/
steam pressure.
1 Position Waveguide
no greater than 6 in.
(15 cm) from inlet.
Maximum 6 in.
(15 cm)
Note: If heat sink is
required, make sure
cup side of heat sink is
up.
Note: Thread heat sink
to the top.
Jam
Nut
Cup
4 Carefully thread steam
trap transmitter stem
into Waveguide.
Note: Do not crossthread stem.
5 Torque transmitter to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
6 Tighten jam nut to
2 Install Waveguide:
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
• Assemble Waveguide
around pipe.
• Torque Waveguide bolts
to 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
7
30
Confirm cap is
tightened to 25 ft-lb
(34 N-m).
8
Install Pressure Switch
(If needed) Refer
to pressure switch
installation on page 32
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Model: RFC4300/RFM4300
Transmitter
Technical Specification
Physical Dimensions
W - 5.25” (134 mm)
H – 4.5” (115 mm)
D - 2.75” (70 mm)
Monitoring Type
Conductivity & Temperature
Material
Thermoset Resin; EL Cast Black
Power Supply
Duracell 123A
3 Volt Lithium Battery
Typical Battery Life
3-5 years*
Transmission
902 to 928 MHz
Power
60 mW
Transmission Bandwidth
200 KHz
Communications
Proprietary spread
spectrum format
Temperature Range
-40°F to 115°F
(-40°C to 46°C)
Max Operating Pressure
600 psi (42 bar)
*Operating at the upper or lower end of the temperature range may
decrease battery life
Installing Battery
1. Remove cover by unscrewing screws
2. Install battery
Note: Use only Duracell® model 123A 3 Volt
Lithium Battery. Use caution when installing
battery not to damage or bend any components
3. Reinstall cover
Base
Screws
Battery
Cover
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Transmitter Installation
Use caution when handling the
transmitter not to strike or put force
on the end of the probe. This could
cause damage to the ceramic core.
1. Remove Plug from the bottom of the Armstrong
probe connection steam trap
2. Confirm the probe is cut for the trap (this is done
by looking at the trap model on the transmitter
as shown on the picture)
3. Install Transmitter with the probe in the probe
connection
Note: Use proper piping practices for sealing
connections
4. Install Pressure Switch ( If needed) Refer to
pressure switch installation on page 32
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Model: URFC4700 Remote
Transmitter
Technical Specification
Transmitter
h - 4.53” (115 mm)
w - 3.54” (90 mm)
d - 2.17” (55 mm)
Physical Dimensions
Sensor
Enclosure Environmental Rating NEMA 4X
Cable
Sensor
Enclosure Material
Polycarbonate, UV Stabilized
Enclosure Flammability Rating
UL94V-2
Power Supply
Duracell 123A
3 Volt Lithium Battery
Typical Battery Life
3-5 years*
Transmission
902 to 928 MHz
Power
60 mW
Temperature Range
-40°F to 115°F (-40°C to 46°C)
*Operating at the upper or lower end of the temperature range
may decrease battery life
Cable
Physical Dimensions
dia - 3” (76 mm)
h - 6.75” (171 mm)
Max Ambient Temperature
180°F (82°C)
Monitoring Type
Ultrasonic and Temp
Material
Glass Filled Nylon
Make sure Waveguide is oriented so that enough
clearance is available to install device.
Length
16.4 ft (5 m)
Size
4-Pole, 22 AWG
Temperature Range
-40°F to 115°F (-40°C to 46°C)
Insulation Material
PVC
Degree of Protection
IP 67 / NEMA 6P
Contact
Brass, pre-nickeled and
0.8 microns gold plated
Coupling Nut
Brass, nickel-plated
Recommendation
Install Transmitter box at least 3 ft. (1 m) from any
large structure for optimal performance.
Acoustic
Sensor
Note: Install the device so that Hazards
do not interfere with or damage the
transmitter. Examples of physical
damage include, but are not limited to:
blowing steam or condensate directly
onto the transmitter, installation in
pathways where transmitter could be
struck by personnel or vehicles, etc.
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Transmitter
Cable
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Installing Battery
1. Remove cover by unscrewing the screws.
2. Install battery.
Note: Use only Duracell® model 123A 3 Volt Lithium Battery. Use caution when
installing battery not to damage or bend any components.
3. Reinstall housing cover.
Transmitter
Sensor
Install cable on the acoustic sensor and the
transmitter route cable using proper wiring
practices taking caution to avoid hot surfaces.
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change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Acoustic Sensor Installation
1
3
Position Waveguide
no greater than 6 in.
(15 cm) from inlet.
Maximum 6 in.
(15 cm)
Refer to page 31 to
determine the proper
installation orientation
for pipe temperature/
steam pressure.
Note: If heat sink
required, make sure
cup side of heat sink is
up.
Note: Thread heat sink
to the top.
Cup
Jam
Nut
4
Note: Do not crossthread stem.
5
6
2
Install Waveguide:
• Assemble Waveguide
around pipe.
• Torque Waveguide bolts
to 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
7
Confirm caps are
tightened to 25 ft-lb
(34 N-m).
9
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Carefully thread steam
trap transmitter stem
into Waveguide.
8
Torque transmitter to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
Tighten jam nut to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
Attach cord
connecting Sensor
and Transmitter.
Install Transmitter
box away from any
obstructions.
Model: Vault Transmitter
Transmitter
Technical Specification
Transmitter
Probe
Cable
Physical Dimensions:
h – 7.80" (198 mm)
w – 7.09" (180 mm)
d - 2.88" (73 mm)
Enclosure Environmental Rating
NEMA 4X
Enclosure Material
Aluminum
Antenna
Nylon 6,6
Power Supply
Lithium ION
Typical Battery Life
3-5 years*
Transmission
902 to 928 MHz
Power
60 mW
Temperature Range
-40°F to 194°F
(-40°C to 90°C)
*Operating at the upper or lower end of the temperature range
may decrease battery life
Probe
Cable and Connector
Physical Dimensions
dia - 1.875" (48 mm)
h - 5" (127 mm)
Max Temperature
250°F (121°C)
Max Pressure
600 psi (41 bar)
Monitoring Type
Conductivity and Temp
Material
304 Stainless steel
Length
50 ft (15.24 m)
Size
4-Pole, 22 AWG
Temperature Range
-40°F to 221°F (-40°C to 105°C)
Insulation Material
Thermoplastic Elastomer
O-ring Material
Nitrile Rubber
Connector Contact Material
Brass, Gold plated over Nickel
Connector Material
Polyurethane and Stainless Steel
Installing Battery
1. Remove housing cover of the transmitter
2. Install battery
Note: Use only SteamEye® vault battery pack.
Use caution when installing battery not to
damage or bend any components
3. Reinstall housing cover
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Probe Installation
Warning:
Vaults can be dangerous and entrance to them
need to be performed by qualified personnel.
Use caution when handling the
probe, not to strike or put force on
the end of the probe. This could
cause damage to the ceramic core.
1. Remove Plug from the bottom of the Armstrong
probe connection steam trap
2. Confirm the probe is cut for the trap (this is done
by looking at the trap model on the transmitter
as shown on the picture)
3. Install Transmitter with the probe in the probe
connection
Note: Use proper piping practices for sealing
connections
4. Install Pressure Switch (If needed) Refer to
pressure switch installation on page 32
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Transmitter Installation
There are many ways the transmitter can be installed. If the transmitter is being installed in a room or an enclosure, simply
mount the transmitter to a wall or back plate in the enclosure.
Note: All enclosures must be non-metallic material.
Another popular method to install the transmitter is in an at grade enclosure.
When placing the transmitter in an at grade enclosure it should be placed such that water will not pool around or submerge
the transmitter. Additionally water flowing directly over the transmitter (i.e. rain water runoff) should be avoided.
Place the transmitter no more than 2 feet below grade to promote maximum wireless transmission distance. The enclosure
must be constructed of non-metallic materials.
Note: Install the device so that Hazards do not interfere with or damage the transmitter. Examples of physical damage
include, but are not limited to: blowing steam or condensate directly onto the transmitter, installation in pathways where
transmitter could be struck by personnel or vehicles, etc.
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Proper Transmitter Positioning for SteamEye® Model URFC 4700
Transmitter should be mounted as
depicted in the illustration based on the
pipe temperature.
Pipe Temperature
0-185ºC / 32-365ºF
Saturated Steam Pressure
0-150 PSI
Pipe Temperature
186-231ºC / 366-448ºF
Saturated Steam Pressure
151-400 PSI
Pipe Temperature
232-313°C / 449-596°F
Saturated Steam Pressure
401-1500 PSI
Note: Heat Sink Required.
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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Pressure Switch Wiring and Installation
For modulating steam applications pressure switches are used to verify when there is pressure to the application. This is
important as in modulating applications if there is not a pressure switch the trap would show cold when steam is not present.
The pressure switch keeps the transmitter from showing a cold trap that is not in use.
Important
Pressure Switch to be installed in
the line where the pressure is the
same as at in the trap. If it is installed
before block valves the pressure
reading will not be accurate.
Normally
Closed
(Brown Wire)
Closed when
no pressure
present
1. Connect the supplied wire
to the pressure switch
2. Connect the connector of
the pressure switch wire
to the transmitter
3. Install the battery in the
transmitter
Common
(Blue Wire)
Normally
Open
(Black Wire)
Open when
no pressure
present
RFM 4300
URFM 4700
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
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Notes
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
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Notes
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Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
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Limited Warranty and Remedy
Armstrong International, Inc. or the Armstrong division that sold the product (“Armstrong”) warrants to the
original user of those products supplied by it and used in the service and in the manner for which they are
intended, that such products shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year
from the date of installation, but not longer than 15 months from the date of shipment from the factory, [unless
a Special Warranty Period applies, as listed below]. This warranty does not extend to any product that has been
subject to misuse, neglect or alteration after shipment from the Armstrong factory. Except as may be expressly
provided in a written agreement between Armstrong and the user, which is signed by both parties, Armstrong
DOES NOT MAKE ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
The sole and exclusive remedy with respect to the above limited warranty or with respect to any other claim
relating to the products or to defects or any condition or use of the products supplied by Armstrong, however
caused, and whether such claim is based upon warranty, contract, negligence, strict liability, or any other basis
or theory, is limited to Armstrong’s repair or replacement of the part or product, excluding any labor or any other
cost to remove or install said part or product, or at Armstrong’s option, to repayment of the purchase price.
As a condition of enforcing any rights or remedies relating to Armstrong products, notice of any warranty or
other claim relating to the products must be given in writing to Armstrong: (i) within 30 days of last day of the
applicable warranty period, or (ii) within 30 days of the date of the manifestation of the condition or occurrence
giving rise to the claim, whichever is earlier. IN NO EVENT SHALL ARMSTRONG BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL,
DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS
OF USE OR PROFITS OR INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS. The Limited Warranty and Remedy terms herein apply
notwithstanding any contrary terms in any purchase order or form submitted or issued by any user, purchaser,
or third party and all such contrary terms shall be deemed rejected by Armstrong.
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to
change without notice. Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
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SteamEye®
All Models
Installation and Operation Manual
For more information, please contact the Smart Services Group at 269-273-1415
or at: [email protected]
Designs, materials, weights and performance ratings are approximate and subject to change without notice.
Visit armstronginternational.com for up-to-date information.
Armstrong International
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Printed in U.S.A. - 7/19/16
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