Fill-Rite Atex Inline Digital Meter – TT10AB

Fill-Rite Atex Inline Digital Meter – TT10AB
Operation and Safety Manual
TT10A In-line Turbine Meter
CAUTION!
Dear Tuthill Customer,
Wear proper safety equipment when handling
hazardous fluids.
Thank you for buying a Tuthill product. Tuthill
represents a new age in transfer and measuring
equipment. This manual contains valuable
information about your new equipment and its
operating and service requirements. Please take
a few minutes to review this material carefully.
TT10A (Fuels) Technical Information
Tuthill’s mission is to provide fluid handling systems
that deliver the most accurate, safe, convenient,
and economical transfer systems for users of
fuels.
Flow Ports
If, for any reason, any of the products do not meet
your performance expectations,we want to hear
from you.
Flow Range
2 to 35 U.S. GPM / 7.6 to 132.5 LPM
Working
Pressure
50 PSI (3.4 Bar)MAX UL
300 PSI (20.7 Bar) Burst
Your comments and suggestions are requested
and appreciated. Thank you again for buying a
Tuthill product. We look forward to serving you in
the future.
Storage
Temperature
-40°F to 176°F (-40°C to 60°C)
(No Liquids)
Operating
Temperature
-40°F to 176°F (-40°C to 60°C)
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Measurement
Accuracy
±1.0% (After field calibration)
Measurement
Repeatability
±0.30% (Batch sizes ≥ 2 Gallons)
Measurement
Units
Ounce, Pint, Quart, Liter, Gallon
Totalizer
Range
0 - 90,000,000 Units
Batch Range
0.00 - 9999 Units (Blinks when Batch
exceeds 9999)
Wetted
Materials
304/316 Stainless Steel,
Aluminum Acetal, Gold
Display
-40°F to 176°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Power
2 approved alkaline batteries.
See battery replacement section
of the manual
Memory
Meter totals and calibration are
preserved when replacing batteries
Safety
Intrinsically safe electronics for use
in hazardous locations.
Safety Instructions
To ensure safe and efficient operation, it is essential
to read and follow each of the following warnings
and precautions.
1. Fuels and Chemicals flowing through the meter
may be harmful to your health. Use and disposal
of these products is controlled by federal, state,
or local laws and procedures.
2. Conform to fluid manufacturer’s recommended
handling procedures when using product and
when cleaning meter.
3. Do not exceed an internal meter pressure of
50 PSI (3.5 Bar) for the TT10A models and
125 PSI (8.6 Bar) for the TT10P models.
4. Improper use or installation of this product can
cause serious bodily injury or death.
5. Ensure the piping and hoses connected to the
meter are properly grounded when metering or
using near flammable fluids.
6. DO NOT install additional foot or check valves
without use of a pressure relief valve; otherwise
the meter may rupture.
7. To avoid build up of electrostatic discharge,
please clean with damp cloth only.
8. The meter body is made of aluminum alloy.
Avoid impact or fraction on meter body.
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1
1" NPT or BSPP female inlet and
outlet ports
2. Thread the hose or pipe into ports until snug.
Be careful not to cross thread when starting
threads or over-tighten the meter.
General Description
The TT10 Series Meters are electronic turbine meters
suitable for use in Hazardous Locations and extreme
temperatures.
The TT10 Meters feature advanced electronics that
eliminate false counts in high vibration and mobile
applications without sacrificing the ability to meter at
low flows.
Electronic Module Orientation
The Display can be oriented for right-to-left or
left-to-right flow.
The meter can store and display the current metered
amount (batch total), or cumulative metered amount
(totalizer) in any of five user selectable units (ounces,
pints, quarts, liters, and gallons).
1. Peel off the protective rubber boot and set aside.
The meter may be easily adjusted for different fluids by
selecting a calibration factor from one of 20 settings.
3. Remove the module and rotate 180°. Ensure that the
foam pad under the batteries is reinstalled correctly if
it falls out. This is critical to ensure the batteries are not
dislodged if the meter is exposed to rough handling.
2. Remove the 4 screws holding on the electronic
module using a T-20 Torx driver.
Power is supplied by two replaceable AA alkaline batteries.
4. Reinstall the 4 screws. They should be tight enough to
fully seat the module. The recommended installation
torque is 5-10 in-lb (0.6-1.1 Nm). Over-tightening may
crack the module.
Fluid / Viscosity Compatibility
The TT10A Series meters will handle most fuels with
viscosities in the range of 0.4 cSt to 79 cSt.
5. Reinstall the protective rubber boot.
You may meter fluids that exceed a viscosity of 79 cSt, but
accuracy will be limited to the calibration flow rate. Set the
meter for CAL 19 and follow the calibration described in
this manual.
If in doubt about compatibility of a specific fluid, contact
the supplier of the fluid to check for any adverse reactions
to the listed materials in the Technical Information section
of this manual.
Approved Fluids:
• Gasoline
• Diesel
• Kerosene
• Hexane
•
•
•
Heptane
Mineral Spirits
Non-potable
fresh water
Installation
Installation Hints
Excess sealant tape or thread compound upstream
of the meter can break free and jam or impair the
rotor and cause meter failure. Use of an appropriate
amount of thread compound is the preferred
method of installation.
CAUTION!
Use a compatible sealant tape or thread compound on all
threaded joints.
When reinstalling the screws for the electronic
module, ensure the grounding tabs are captured
under the heads of the screws. This ensures proper
ground and protection against static discharge
when handling the meter.
1. Determine correct direction for fluid flow and point the
arrow on the underside of the meter body in that
direction. Installing the meter in the wrong direction
of flow will significantly impact the performance of
the meter.
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2
Operational Functions
The TT10 Series Meters provide 20 preset factors for
different fluid types/viscosities.
Turns meter on.
Displays accumulated total while pressed.
If the accumulated total is larger than
9999, the numbers will scroll across the
screen in groups of 4 digits.
Use of calibration factors is intended to provide the most
accurate metering solution for a specific fluid. A CAL factor
of 0 is for use with the thinnest fluids and increases for
higher viscosity fluids.
When held for 3 seconds, it resets the current
total to zero. Also reverts to normal operating
mode when in CAL or FLSH mode.
1. Press and hold button 3 for 3 seconds. The current
dispensed count value will disappear and only the CAL
icon and the current value will be displayed.
When held for 3 seconds, it allows changes
to the calibration/fluid factor displayed in
the bottom left corner. Repeated activation
will increment the number up to 19 and
then back to zero. When the desired number
is displayed, press button 2 to lock in the
new number and return to normal operation.
Please reference Table 1 for specifics.
2. Repeatedly pushing button 3 will increment the
number up to 19 and then back to zero.
3. After the desired fluid factor has been selected, press
button 2 to lock in the fluid factor and return the meter
to normal operating mode.
4.62
B100
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
cSt
10W-30 Oil / ATF 79.0
1.48
3.48
1.12
10
Fluid
1. Hold buttons 2 and 4 for three seconds. The display
will show the firmware version.
Jet Fuel
Changing Units of Measure
The units of measure can be changed to ounces (OZ),
pints (PT), quarts (QT), gallons (GAL), or liters (LITER)
without recalibrating the meter.
Ethylene Glycol
NOTE
The meter display will automatically turn off after
30 seconds of inactivity to conserve batteries. It will
turn on when flow resumes or any button is pushed.
No data is lost during periods of inactivity.
Water / DEF
Diesel
0.84
Cal
Propylene glycol 59.5
0.63
2.62
0.48
1.98
cSt
Kerosene
9
Mineral Spirits
8
44.8
7
33.7
6
25.4
5
19.1
4
14.4
3
10.8
2
8.16
1
Heptane
0
6.15
Cal
Gasoline
When held for 3 seconds, the RATE icon is
displayed. The active flow rate will be displayed. Press button 4 again to resume
normal operation. The meter will continue
to count volume while flow rate is displayed.
0.36
CAL Factors and viscosities shown in the table below are
for fluids at 70°F / 21°C.
Fluid
•
•
Press Calibration/Fluid Type Factor (CAL)
Table 1: CAL Factor Table
2. Press button 3 . The display will show the current unit.
3. To change units, press the ON button repeatedly until
the desired unit is displayed.
NOTE
4. Press button 2 to lock in the selection. The display will
show the firmware version.
Use of the CAL/Fluid factor is independent from
performing a calibration against a known volume.
The meter is calibrated at the factory, but
performing a field calibration may further improve
meter accuracy.
5. To return to normal operating mode press button 2
again.
6. The units selected will be displayed. Current or
accumulated total will be updated to reflect the new
unit of measure.
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3
Fluid Calibration
Flush Mode (FLSH)
Fluid calibration requires a container of a known volume
at least 5 gallons or larger that is compatible with the fluid
being metered.
Use of Flush mode allows you to flush the meter without
adding volume to the meter totals. This is useful when
flushing the meter for storage or switching between
different liquids and you want to maintain accurate totals.
A larger volume may be used and may improve calibration
accuracy, but do not exceed 99.99 units of measure.
1. Hold buttons 3 and 4 for 3 seconds. The Meter will
display "FLSH".
2. Press button 2 to return to normal operating mode.
NOTE
Before performing a fluid calibration, ensure you
have selected the closest matching CAL/Fluid factor
to ensure the best meter accuracy.
Reset Accumulated Total
1. Press and hold buttons 2 and 4 for 3 seconds.
The current firmware version will be displayed.
1. Press the 2 & 4 buttons at the same time and hold
for 3 seconds. The display will show the firmware
version.
2. Press the ON button to display the accumulated total.
If over 9999 units, the accumulated total will scroll
across the display.
2. Press button 3 to enter calibration mode. The unit of
measure will be displayed.
3. Hold buttons ON and 4 together for 5 seconds to
reset the accumulated total.
3. Press button 3 . The display will read "FILL".
4. Press the 2 button twice to return to normal operating
mode.
4. Now dispense fluid into your container. "FILL" will blink
on the display when flow is detected.
5. After dispensing fluid, press the ON button. The left
digit of the display will blink. ("00.00")
K-Factor Check
6. Press button 4 to increment the digit to the amount
of fluid dispensed (example: "05.00"). Press the ON
button to move to the right. If you make a mistake,
press button 2 to start back at the left-most digit.
You can check the internal calibration factor for the meter.
The displayed value is the number of sensor counts per
selected unit of measure and CAL/Fluid factor. The factory
may ask you for this value if troubleshooting the Meter.
7. After number is loaded, press the ON button again
to accept the entered volume.
1. Hold buttons 3 and 4 for 3 seconds. The Meter will
display "FLSH".
8. Display now shows the configured CAL factor.
2. Press and hold buttons ON and 3 together. The
number of counts per unit of measure will be displayed.
9. Press the ON button again and the firmware version
will be displayed.
3. Press button 2 to return to normal operating mode.
10. Press the 2 button again to return to normal
operating mode.
Battery Replacement
NOTE
Batteries should be replaced when the LOW battery
icon begins to blink on the display. The meter totals,
configuration, and calibration are preserved while the
batteries are being replaced, so there is no need to
recalibrate afterwards.
If the value entered is out of an acceptable range,
the display will read "Err0" and the meter will revert
to the previous settings. See Troubleshooting Guide
for more information.
TIP
WARNING!
If you are metering in ounces, pints, or quarts, it
may be easier to switch the meter to a larger unit of
measure such as gallons or liters for the calibration
process and then change back to the desired unit of
measure.
When replacing batteries, make the area safe of
explosive vapors, or move the meter electronics to
a safe area before replacing them.
4
4
The batteries are accessed by removing the display as
described in the section showing how to rotate the display.
Regulatory
Safety Testing Approvals
The Battery Foam may be stuck to the batteries. Carefully
remove it and reinstall at assembly. The Battery Foam
protects the batteries and prevents them from becoming
dislodged if the meter is handled roughly.
The Fill-Rite TT10 Series meters have been tested
for compliance to the standards set forth by
Underwriters Laboratories (UL), UL Canada, ATEX,
and other testing organizations. To determine which
specific compliances apply to your particular
meter, refer to the faceplate for information and
compliance logos.
Pay attention to the polarity of the batteries as marked
inside the battery holder. The meter will not operate if the
batteries are installed incorrectly and damage may occur.
FLOW METER FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
Exia INTRINSICALLY SAFE (SECURITE
INTRINSEQUE)
Class I, Group D, T4; Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIA T4
Ex ia IIA T4; IECEx UL 16.0147X; Ex ia IIA T4 Ga;
-40°C < Ta < +60°C
II 1G
Ex ia IIA T4 Ga
WARNING!
DEMKO 16 ATEX 1787X
To reduce the risk of explosion DO NOT mix old
batteries with new batteries, or mix batteries of
different manufacturers.
CE Certification Information
Batteries may ONLY be replaced with the following:
• Duracell MN1500
• Energizer E91
• Duracell QU1500
The TT10 Series meters bearing the CE mark
have been certified to the following European
directives:
2011/65/EU: Restriction of the use of certain
hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
equipment. 2014/30/EU: Electromagnetic
Compatibility
Maintenance and Storage
If the meter will be stored for an extended period of time
without use and is being used with a fluid that may leave
a residue, it should be flushed with a compatible fluid to
prevent sticking and binding of the turbine assembly.
The following standards were used to test and
show compliance:
The exterior of the meter may be wiped down with a mild
water based detergent and damp cloth to clean the display.
Do not use a power washer to clean the meter.
Emissions
EN 55011:2009/A1:2010 Group 1, Class B, Industrial,
Scientific, and Medical (ISM) Equipment
Immunity
IEC 61000-4-8: 2010 Magnetic Field
IMPORTANT!
EN 60079-0: 2012 + A11:2013
IEC 60079 Edition 6
Use of compressed air WILL cause permanent
damage to the meter. Always use a gentle stream
of compatible fluid to rinse the interior of the meter.
EN 60079-11: 2012
IEC 60079-11 Edition 6
UL60079-0 Sixth Edition
UL60079-11 Sixth Edition
CAN/CSA - C22.2 No 157-92
CAN/CSA - C22.2 No 60079-0:2014
CAN/CSA - C22.2 No 60079-11:2015
UL 25
ULC/ORD-C25
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Table 2: Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Meter won't turn on
• Dead batteries
• Damaged electronics
• Replace batteries
• Replace the meter
Seal to electronics is
broken if the display is
removed or punctured.
Flashing decimals
Counter has exceeded
9999 units
Reset display to zero by
pressing and holding button
2
Meter will continue to
operate normally.
Low batteries
Replace batteries
See battery
replacement section
Leaking fluid at the
inlet / outlet port
• Need thread sealant
• Cross-threaded port
• Add sealant to the joint
• Replace the meter
Fluid flows; meter
won’t count
• Turbine is jammed
• Meter failure
• Flush the meter
• Replace the meter
• Air is in system
• Ensure meter is full of
liquid at all times
• Correct flow direction
of the meter
Flashing BAT Icon
Meter reading is
not correct
• Meter is installed backwards
• Fluid viscosity changed
• Wrong CAL/fluid factor
• Poor calibration
• Air is in the system
• Meter is installed backwards
Meter is not
consistent / repeatable • Particulates in the fluid
• Turbine is gummed up
• Operating outside flow
range of meter
• Calibration Error
Meter will count air. Fluid
viscosities will change
with temperature
• Use correct CAL/factor
• Recalibrate
• Ensure meter is full of
liquid at all times
• Correct flow direction
of the meter
• Flush the meter
• Put a screen in front of meter
• Operate within flow range
of meter
40 mesh minimum inlet
screen
• Recalibrate with a more
accurate container
• Replace the meter
Indicates fluid calibration
is out of acceptable
range. Volumetric
container may not be
accurate or there is air
in the system. Meter may
have excessive wear
Err0
• Meter may have
excessive wear
Err1
Damaged electronics or
Software error
• Press and hold button
2 to reset counter and
then recalibrate meter
• Replace the meter
Bad eeprom
Replace the meter
Err2
6
6
Meter still functions but
totals and calibration
will be lost if batteries
are removed.
LIMITED WARRANTY POLICY
Revision Date: August 1, 2014
Fill-Rite and Sotera Products
Tuthill Transfer Systems ("Manufacturer") warrants each consumer buyer of its products ("Buyer")
from date of sale that goods of its manufacture ("Goods") shall be free from defects of materials
and workmanship.
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From Date
of Sale
Five Years
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60 Months
Product Series
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400 Series Pumps
Two Years
27 Months
Heavy Duty Pumps and
Meters,
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Cabinet Pumps,
Cabinet Meters, TN
Meters, TM Meters,
TS Meters
One Year
15 Months
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Meters, 1600 Pumps
Accessories
Parts
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