Report Part 1

ALBERTA AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Variable frequency drive corner arm pivot case study

Part 1: Instrumentation and data collection

equipment

Prepared by: Gregg Dill, P.Eng.

December 2011

Variable Frequency Drive Corner Arm Pivot Case Study

Part 1: Instrumentation and data collection equipment

Prepared by: Gregg Dill, P.Eng.

December 2011

SUMMARY

A corner arm centre pivot operates about 20% of a circle at the maximum flow rate and 80% of the circle at flow rates lower than the maximum flow rate. A typical flow rate range is 700 to 1200 gpm. A corner arm centre pivot pumping unit is designed to deliver the maximum flow rate at the maximum pressure and, therefore, operates at lower flow rates and higher pressures for most of the circle. The variable frequency drive (VFD) adjusts the motor speed to allow the pump to deliver the required flow rate at the required pressure which, effectively, reduces the kilowatts of power required for most of the circle.

Instrumentation and data collection equipment required to test the power requirement for a corner arm centre pivot without a VFD, with a VFD controlled by a pressure transducer at the pump discharge and with a VFD controlled by a pressure transducer at the corner arm tower was assembled and tested.

Instrumentation will include an ultrasonic flow meter or a propeller flow meter, two wired pressure transducers, three wireless pressure transducers, a power meter on the irrigation system service input, a power meter on the input to the VFD, a wireless GPS receiver on the last tower of the centre pivot, a wireless GPS receiver on the corner arm, and a speed monitor on the pump/motor.

The monitoring system was successfully assembled and tested.

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INTRODUCTION

A corner arm centre pivot operates about 20% of a circle at the maximum flow rate and 80% of the circle at flow rates lower than the maximum flow rate. A typical flow rate range is 700 to 1200 gpm. A corner arm centre pivot pumping unit is designed to deliver the maximum flow rate at the maximum pressure and, therefore, operates at lower flow rates and higher pressures for most of the circle. The variable frequency drive (VFD) adjusts the motor speed to allow the pump to deliver the required flow rate at the required pressure which, effectively, reduces the kilowatts of power required for most of the circle.

This project will measure the energy consumption of a pumping unit, controlled with and without a

VFD, for a corner arm centre pivot irrigation system and identify potential energy savings. Each system will be monitored without a VFD, with a VFD controlled by a pressure transducer at the pump discharge, and with a VFD controlled by a pressure transducer at the corner arm tower. Four systems will be monitored;

1) centrifugal pump and a level field, 2) centrifugal pump and an unlevel field, 3) turbine pump and a level field, and 4) turbine pump and an unlevel field. A trailer-mounted VFD will be moved to each site and connected to the power panel of the pump for each of the four existing corner arm centre pivot irrigation systems. Mounting the pressure transducer at the end of the corner arm requires a wireless system which may add $4,000 to the cost of the VFD option.

The monitoring system was successfully assembled and tested.

INSTRUMENTATION

Instrumentation will include an ultrasonic flow meter or a propeller flow meter, two wired pressure transducers, three wireless pressure transducers, a power meter on the irrigation system service input, a power meter on the input to the VFD, a wireless GPS receiver on the last tower of the centre pivot, a wireless GPS receiver on the corner arm, and a speed monitor on the pump/motor. Information on sensor and instrumentation manufacturers, model numbers and suppliers is provided in Appendix A.

Brochures and more detailed technical information about the sensors and instrumentation are included in

Appendix D.

The instrumentation and data collection developed and assembled for the 2009 Irrigation system

energy trial assessment project will be used as the basis for this project. In the 2009 project, data from the pressure transducers and the flow meter were recorded on a CR10 data logger and the power meter data was stored in each of the two power meters as the meters did not have a communication port. This lead to a great amount of time spent synchronizing the data from all three data loggers to ensure the power meter data was for the same time period as the pressure and flow data. All data, including the two power meters data, will be collected and stored on one data logger to eliminate time discrepancies. GPS data and pump speed (not collected in the 2009 project) will also be collected by the same data logger eliminating the need to try and synchronize data from different data loggers to the same time. The data logger will be located at the edge of the field near the electrical power panel.

Data logger

A Campbell Scientific Inc. (CSI) CR1000 data logger will be used to collect and pre-process the data. The data signal from the power meters will be converted from RS485 to RS232 and connected to COM ports one and two on the data logger. The RS232 signals from the two GPS receivers will be connected to COM

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ports three and four on the data logger. Power and communication requirements for each instrument and sensor are discussed below. CR1000 channel assignments are shown in Table 1.

Table 1: VFD case study Campbell Scientific CR1000 data logger channel assignments.

Channel Source Parameter Signal type Units Range

1 Flow meter

2 Inlet pressure transducer

Flow rate

Inlet pressure

3 Discharge pressure transducer Discharge pressure

4 Pivot point pressure transducer Pivot point pressure

5 Pivot end pressure transducer Pivot end pressure

6 Corner arm pressure transducer Corner arm pressure

P1 Tachometer

COM1 Power panel power meter

Pump speed

Supply power

COM2 VFD input power meter

COM3 Pivot end GPS

COM4 Corner arm GPS

VFD power

Pivot end position

Corner arm position

4-20 ma

0.5-5.5 VDC

0-5 VDC

4-20 ma

GPM 0-1500

PSI -14.7 to 15

PSI

PSI

0-100

0-100

4-20 ma

4-20 ma

PSI

PSI

0-5 VDC RPM

RS485/RS232 kW, kWh, Amps, V, PF

0-100

0-100

0-2000 various

RS485/RS232 kW, kWh, Amps, V, PF

RS232 northing/easting

RS232 northing/easting various various various

Flow meter

A GE Panametrics PT878 ultrasonic flow meter will be used to record system water flow rate data using the CR1000 data logger at the same time interval as all the other test parameters. A 4-20 ma output cable, supplied by GE Panametrics (p/n 704-609), will be required to transfer the instantaneous flow rate data to the data logger.

A McCrometer M0308 McPropeller flow meter with McCrometer McSpaceSaver FS100 flow straightener vanes will be used on systems that do not have the required pipe length before and after the ultrasonic flow meter to ensure the required ±2% accuracy required. A McCrometer EA631 pulse transmitter will be required to transmit the signal to the CR1000 data logger.

Power meters

Two Acuvim II power meters will be used to monitor power quality parameters. Data recorded will include volts, amps and power factor for each leg of the 3-phases, kilowatts and kilowatt hours for each test circle. MODBUS protocol will be used to transmit data to the data logger from the Acuvim II meters.

The data output from the power meters will be transferred using RS485 MODBUS protocol and converted to RS232 protocol using two BlackBox IC820A converters connected to COM ports 1 and 2 on the CR1000 data logger. Power for the meters will be supplied from a 120 VAC source or from the lines being monitored. The RS485/RS232 converters must be powered from the 12 V Power out connection of the

CR1000 to ensure a common ground. The Rx Com wire (C2 on the CR1000 wiring panel) will be connected to the RS232 pin 2 and the Tx Com wire will be connected to RS232 pin 3. A ground must be connected from the CR1000 Power out connection on the CR1000 wiring panel to the RS232 pin 5 to ensure there is a common ground.

Initial communication with the Acuvim II was unsuccessful. MODBUS protocol has not been used previously at the Agtech Centre for data collection. During the troubleshooting process, it was found that, although MODBUS is a standard communication protocol, it requires specific software (above), to analyse the data available from the Acuvim II. Many calls were made to suppliers for information and the procedure to resolve the communication problem. Finally, one suggested downloading a tool to display the data to ensure the communication settings were correct and to determine the actual format of the data. A demo version of ModScan32 (WinTECH.com) was downloaded and used to confirm the communication settings and the register data documented in the Acuvim II User's Manual. Many possible

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combinations were configured and tested unsuccessfully before the registers containing the required data were identified. It was found that the data did not start from the register indicated in the Acuvim II manual.

Since this is a unique combination of instruments, there was no specific documentation on power and data signal requirements. The CR100 CRBasic program Acuvim_test.ComRS232.CR1 (Appendix A) , supplied by a Campbell Scientific Inc. Applications Engineer contacted in the troubleshooting process, was used with a CR1000KD display/keyboard as an intermediate step to confirm the data was available from the Acuvim II as documented. The next step was to confirm the data was available at the CR1000 COM1 port. A power configuration problem was identified during the testing process. Power for the

RS485/RS232 converter was originally supplied using a standard 120 V transformer to provide the 12 VDC power required. With the help of the CSI Applications Engineer, it was identified that the power must be supplied from the CR1000 Power out connection and a ground wire provided from the CR1000 Power out connection to the converter to ensure a common ground to stabilize the data signal. The CRBasic program Acuvim_test.Com1.CR1 (Appendix B) was developed and used to setup the MODBUS communication between the Acuvim and CR1000 data logger. The frequency data was not available in the location indicated in the Acuvim II documentation.

Pressure transducers

Pressure transducers will be located on the intake and discharge of the centrifugal pumps and on the discharge of the turbine pumps. The distance from the water level to the pump discharge will be measured for the turbine pumps. Wireless pressure transducers will be located at the pivot point, last tower and corner arm tower and the data will be transmitted to the data logger using Phoenix Contact

900 MHz radios. The VFD will be controlled by the discharge pressure transducer for one complete circle and by the corner-arm pressure transducer for one complete circle.

GPS

The John Deere Starfire iTC GPS was selected for identifying the location of the end of the pivot and the corner-arm to use in determining the effect of elevation on the head required at the pump and to identify the additional head required due to elevation. The data will also be used to identify the location of the pivot in the 360 degree rotation. The StarFire receiver will be activated for real time kinematic (RTK) accuracy (±2 cm). A 12 VDC power supply will be required for each GPS unit.

One receiver will be established as a base station at each test site and receivers will be positioned on the last tower of the pivot and on the corner-arm tower. The base station will be in position for at least 24 hours prior to data collection at each test site to establish base station criteria for the site. The pivot end and corner-arm tower location data will be transferred through a Phoenix Contact 900 MHz wireless connection from the receivers to the CR1000 data logger located at the pump site. This will ensure that the pivot location will be recorded at the same time as the power, pressure, speed and flow data.

The StarFire was chosen to be consistent with the GPS supplier currently used at the Agtech Centre.

Communication between the computer and the receiver will be through a John Deere StarFire iTC Radar harness (PF80754) that includes a RS232 serial connection. A baud rate of 4800 will be required to communicate with the StarFire iTC receiver. A 12 VDC power supply will be connected to power the receiver through the round, 4-pin connector on the harness.

The StarFire (SF) GPS receiver is usually used as part of the John Deere guidance system rather than as a stand-alone receiver used to provide position data to a data logger application. A specific

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communication wiring and communication procedure was not available and had to be developed step by step with several calls to the supplier and many false starts. The first step was to identify the correct wiring harness to connect the receiver and the computer. Identifying the correct wiring harness was prolonged until it was recognized that the Panasonic Toughbook laptop used to communicate with the receiver had an internal GPS system that had to be disabled before communication with the SF unit was possible. Once the internal GPS was disabled, the software package LabView was used, as an intermediate step, to view the data stream provided by the receiver as a NMEA string and to understand the format of the data. The data format was found to be different than that documented in the software.

The next step was to use the Toughbook to communicate with the receiver without using Labview.

After searching the internet, a software program, iTCconfig, available from the John Deere website http://stellarsupport.deere.com/en_US_new/categories/tools/starfire-desktop-configurator was used to interface with the StarFire receiver to set the communication parameters. This program must be used to set the required communication parameters on the receiver to enable communication with the CR1000 data logger. The iTCconfig software used to communicate with the iTC receiver will not communicate with the StarFire 3000 receiver that is available at the Agtech Centre and compatible software was not available.

After the communication parameters were set on the StarFire receiver, the receiver was connected directly to the CR1000 data logger and the CRBasic program GPS_SF2.test.CR1 (Appendix C) was used to confirm the NMEA string data available to the CR1000 data logger from the GPS receiver through a RS232 interface connected to COM3. The second GPS receiver will be connected to COM4. The output is shown in Table 2. The data will be imported into an Excel spreadsheet and formatted (Table 3).

The data will be imported into an Excel spreadsheet (circle_calc.xls) and the location data will be used to determine the location of the pivot and corner-arm relative to the pivot centre and the elevation relative to the pump elevation (Table 4).

Table 2: Data format of data sent to the CR1000 data logger from the StarFire iTC GPS receiver.

"TOA5","CR1000","CR1000","29911","CR1000.Std.18","CPU:GPS_SF2_test2.CR1","57902","gpsdata"

"TIMESTAMP","RECORD","ggaid","ggautc","ggalatitude","ggan_s_ind","ggalongitude","ggae_w_ind","ggapositionfix","gganumsatellites","ggahdo p","ggaaltitude","ggaaltutudeunits","ggageoidsep","ggageoidunits"

"TS","RN","","","","","","","","","","","","",""

"","","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp","Smp"

"2011-10-20 16:43:00",454,"$GPGGA","224258.0","4939.558750","N","11248.469532","W","1","06","2.2","913.447","M","-16.143","M"

"2011-10-20 16:44:00",455,"$GPGGA","224358.0","4939.558729","N","11248.469352","W","1","07","2.1","913.574","M","-16.143","M"

"2011-10-20 16:45:00",456,"$GPGGA","224458.0","4939.558256","N","11248.469782","W","2","07","2.3","913.803","M","-16.143","M"

"2011-10-20 16:46:00",457,"$GPGGA","224558.0","4939.558549","N","11248.470141","W","2","07","2.1","906.469","M","-16.143","M"

"2011-10-20 16:47:00",458,"$GPGGA","224658.0","4939.558801","N","11248.470377","W","2","07","2.2","906.128","M","-16.143","M"

Table 3: StarFire iTC GPS data as it appears when opened in an Excel spreadsheet as a csv file.

Timestamp Record id utc latitude n_s ind longitude e_w ind position fix num of satellites hdop altitude alt units geoid sep geoid units

10/20-16:43 454 $GPGGA 224258 4939.55875 N 11248.469532 W

10/20-16:44 455 $GPGGA 224358 4939.55873 N 11248.469352 W

10/20-16:45 456 $GPGGA 224458 4939.55826 N 11248.469782 W

10/20-16:46 457 $GPGGA 224558 4939.55855 N 11248.470141 W

10/20-16:47 458 $GPGGA 224658 4939.55880 N 11248.470377 W

2

2

2

1

1

6 2.2 913.447 M -16.14

7 2.1 913.574 M -16.14

7 2.3 913.803 M -16.14

7 2.1 906.469 M -16.14

7 2.2 906.128 M -16.14

M

M

M

M

M

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Table 4: Circle_calc.xls spreadsheet to convert GPS data to degrees of pivot rotation. latitude longitude altitude latitude longitude latitude longitude

(degree-min) (degree-min) (metres) (degrees)

4939.55875 11248.469532

4939.55873 11248.469352

4939.55826 11248.469782

4939.55855 11248.470141

4939.55880 11248.470377

913.447

913.574

913.803

906.469

906.128

49.6593

49.6593

49.6593

49.6593

49.6593

(degrees) (m) (m) x

(m) y

(m) (degrees)

112.8078 5523357.03 8027968.90 209.01 -179.42

112.8078 5523356.99 8027968.69 208.97 -179.63

112.8078 5523356.12 8027969.20 208.09 -179.12

112.8078 5523356.66 8027969.63 208.64 -178.69

112.8078 5523357.13 8027969.91 209.10 -178.41

58.5

58.5

58.7

58.6

58.5

Speed sensor

The speed sensor will be an optical sensor that will be connected directly to the CR1000 data logger P1

(pulse) channel.

Wireless radios

Phoenix Contact 900 MHz radios will be used to transfer the signal from the pressure transducers on the center pivot and the GPS receivers to the data logger located at the pump site.

Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)

The VFD will be a Cutler-Hammer model SVX9000 supplied and connected by Rivers Electric.

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APPENDIX A

SENSORS and EQUIPMENT

Pressure transducers:

Wired:

1. pump inlet (centrifugal pump)

Manufacturer: Cole Parmer Instruments

Model: 68075-32 (24vdc) – 0.5-5.5 VDC; -14.7-15 psig

Serial #: 3109-4005395

Supplier: : Cole Palmer Instruments

2. pump discharge

Manufacturer: SSI Technologies Inc.

Model: P51-100-G-A-I36-5V-R

Serial #: 090973017 and 0909763403

Supplier:

Wireless

3. pivot point, last tower and corner arm

Manufacturer: SSI Technologies Inc.

Model: P51-100-G-A-I36-20ma

Serial #: 110102583, 11012605, 110102611, 11012643, 090763654, 090763664

Supplier:

Flow meter:

1. Manufacturer: GE Panametrics

Model: PT878

Supplier: Procon Systems Inc, Calgary

2. Manufacturer: McCrometer Inc.

Model: McPropeller M0310

Accessories: FS100 flow straightener, EA631 pulse transmitter

Supplier: Conona Electric, Lethbridge

Power meter:

Manufacturer: Accuenergy

Model: Acuvim II

Supplier: Optimum Energy, Calgary

GPS:

Manufacturer: John Deere

Model: StarFire iTC

Supplier: Western Tractor, Lethbridge

900 MHz transmitter/receiver – Pressure sensors:

Manufacturer: Phoenix Contact

Model: RAD-ISM-900-TX/RX-DC

Serial #: 97294146, 97294078, 97294191

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ID: 14663, 15425, 15437

Supplier: Phoenix Contact Canada, Milton, Ontario

900 MHz transmitter/receiver – GPS:

Manufacturer: Phoenix Contact

Model: RAD-ISM-RS232-BD

Serial #:

ID:

Supplier: Phoenix Contact Canada, Milton, Ontario

Data logger:

Manufacturer: Campbell Scientific

Model: CR1000

Supplier: Campbell Scientific Canada, Edmonton

RS485 to RS232 adapter:

Manufacturer: BlackBox

Model: IC820A

Supplier: BlackBox Canada

VFD:

Manufacturer: Cutler-Hammer

Model: SVX9000

Supplier: Rivers Electric, Taber

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APPENDIX B

Power meter CRBasic test programs

Program to test for all 35 power parameters

'Program to test for data from the Acuvim II power meter to CR1000.

'CR1000 OS22 required.

'Written by: Gregg Dill; Nov 22, 2011

''Requires CR800 OS v.3, CR1000 OS v.12, or CR3000 OS v.5 or higher

'CR1000 uses Big-endien word order.

'Declarations

Public Register(35),BatVolts,PanelTempC

'variables

Public Result 'Holds the result of the ModBus master query

'Aliases used for clarification

'Once an alias is assigned, the original variable is not available.

'Alias Register(1) = V_AN

'Alias Register(2) = V_BN

DataTable (Table,True,-1)

DataInterval (0,5,Sec,10)

Sample (1,BatVolts,FP2)

Sample (1,PanelTempC,FP2)

'Result must be a constant value (either + or -).

'If it is incrementing, there is no communication.

Sample (1,Result,FP2)

'Register data parameters are in the order they are displayed

'on the Acuvim real-time Metering screen.

'The first data available is register 4002H (16386 Dec). H=Hex

'Exception: Frequency is not displayed and does not exist in register 4000H.

Sample (35,Register(),IEEE4)

EndTable

BeginProg

SerialOpen (Com1,38400,3,0,250)

Scan(5,Sec,0,0)

Battery (BatVolts)

PanelTemp (PanelTempC,250)

'Collect data from AcuvimII starting at register 4002H (16386).

ModBusMaster(Result,Com1,38400,1,3,Register(),16386,35,3,100,0)

CallTable Table

NextScan

EndProg

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Program to test for communication using ComRS232 and theCR100KD display/keyboard

'Program to test data from AcuvimII using ComRS232 port and CR1000KD display.

'Require a null modem cable from AcuvimII to CR1000.

'Requires CR800 OS v.3, CR1000 OS v.12, or CR3000 OS v.5 or higher

'CR1000 uses Big-endien word order.

'Declarations

Public Register(10),BatVolts,PanelTempC

'variables

Public Result 'Holds the result of the ModBus master

'query

'Aliases used for clarification

'Alias Register(1) = V_AN

'Alias Register(2) = V_BN

DataTable (Table,True,-1)

DataInterval (0,5,Sec,10)

Sample (1,BatVolts,FP2)

Sample (1,PanelTempC,FP2)

Sample (1,Result,FP2)

Sample (2,Register(),IEEE4)

EndTable

BeginProg

SerialOpen (ComRS232,38400,3,0,250)

Scan(5,Sec,0,0)

Battery (BatVolts)

PanelTemp (PanelTempC,250)

ModBusMaster(Result,ComRS232,38400,1,3,Register(),16386,2,3,100,0)

CallTable Table

NextScan

EndProg

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APPENDIX C

GPS CRBasic test program

Program to verify the parameters provided by the StarFire2 NMEA gga data string.

'CR1000 Series Datalogger

'To create a different opening program template, type in new

'instructions and select Template | Save as Default Template

'date: 3 October 2011

'program author: Gregg Dill

Public rawdata As String * 500

'gga variables

Public ggaid As String

Public ggautc As String

Public ggalatitude As String

Public ggan_s_ind As String

Public ggalongitude As String

Public ggae_w_ind As String

Public ggapositionfix As String

Public gganumsatellites As String

Public ggahdop As String

Public ggaaltitude As String

Public ggaaltutudeunits As String

Public ggageoidsep As String

Public ggageoidunits As String

Public ggaage As String

Public ggarefstationID As String

DataTable (gpsdata,True,-1)

DataInterval (0,1,min,10)

Sample (1,ggaid,String)

Sample (1,ggautc,String)

Sample (1,ggalatitude,String)

Sample (1,ggan_s_ind,String)

Sample (1,ggalongitude,String)

Sample (1,ggae_w_ind,String)

Sample (1,ggapositionfix,String)

Sample (1,gganumsatellites,String)

Sample (1,ggahdop,String)

Sample (1,ggaaltitude,String)

Sample (1,ggaaltutudeunits,String)

Sample (1,ggageoidsep,String)

Sample (1,ggageoidunits,String)

' Sample (1,ggaage,String)

' Sample (1,ggarefstationID,String)

EndTable

'Main Program

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BeginProg

Scan (1,Sec,0,0)

SerialOpen (Com1,38400,0,0,500)

SerialInBlock (Com1,rawdata,500)

'parse gga data

ggaid=Mid (rawdata,1,6)

ggautc=Mid (rawdata,8,8)

ggalatitude=Mid (rawdata,17,11)

ggan_s_ind=Mid (rawdata,29,1)

ggalongitude=Mid (rawdata,31,12)

ggae_w_ind=Mid (rawdata,44,1)

ggapositionfix=Mid (rawdata,46,1)

gganumsatellites=Mid (rawdata,48,2)

ggahdop=Mid (rawdata,50,3)

ggaaltitude=Mid (rawdata,54,7)

ggaaltutudeunits=Mid (rawdata,62,1)

ggageoidsep=Mid (rawdata,64,7)

ggageoidunits=Mid (rawdata,72,1)

' ggaage=Mid (rawdata,60,3)

' ggarefstationID=Mid (rawdata,75,6)

CallTable gpsdata

NextScan

EndProg

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APPENDIX D

Instrumentation Specifications and brochures

Brochures included:

1. Campbell Scientific data logger

2. Acuvim II power meter

3. Hawkeye current transformer

4. McPropeller flow meter

5. McSpaceSaver flow straightener

6. GE Panametrics PT878 flow meter

7. John Deere StarFire iTC GPS

8. SSI Pressure transducer

9. Cole Parmer pressure transducer

10. Phoenix Contact 900 MHz receiver

11. Phoenix Contact 900 MHz transmitter

12. Phoenix Contact 900 MHz RS232 radio

13. BlackBox RS485-RS232 converter

14. Cutler-Hammer SVX9000 VFD

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CR1000

m e a s u r e m e n t & c o n t r o l d a t a l o g g e r

A rugged instrument with research-grade performance.

CR1000

Measurement and Control System

The CR1000 provides precision measurement capabilities in a rugged, battery-operated package. It consists of a measurement and control module and a wiring panel. Standard operating range is -25° to +50°C; an optional extended range of -55° to +85°C is available.

Input/Output Terminals

Individually configured for ratiometric resistive bridge, thermocouple, switch closure, high frequency pulse, low-level ac, serial sensors, and more.

Removable Power Terminal—simplifi es connection to external power supply.

RS-232—provides a 9-pin DCE port for connecting a battery-powered laptop, serial sensors or RS-232 modems.

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CS I/O Port—connects with

AC-powered PCs and communication peripherals such as phone, RF, short-haul, and multidrop modems.

Peripheral Port—allows data to be stored on a CompactFlash card and/or supports Ethernet communications.

Features

• 4 Mbyte memory*

• Program execution rate of up to 100 Hz

• CS I/O and RS-232 serial ports

• 13-bit analog to digital conversions

• 16-bit H8S Renesas Microcontroller with 32-bit internal CPU architecture

• Temperature compensated real-time clock

• Background system calibration for accurate measurements over time and temperature changes

• Single DAC used for excitation and measurements to give ratio metric measurements

• Gas Discharge Tube (GDT) protected inputs

• Data values stored in tables with a time stamp and record number

• Battery-backed SRAM memory and clock ensuring data, programs, and accurate time are maintained while the CR1000 is disconnected from its main power source

• Serial communications with serial sensors and devices supported via I/O port pairs

• PakBus®, Modbus, DNP3, TCP/IP, FTP, and

SMTP protocols supported

Measurement and Control Module

cations and telecommunications, reduces data, controls external devices, and stores data and programs in shielded and glitch protected by the sealed, stainless steel canister. A battery-backed clock assures accurate on-board, BASIC-like programming language supports data processing and analysis routines.

Wiring Panel

wiring panel includes switchable 12 V, redistributed analog grounds (dispersed among analog channels rather than grouped), unpluggable terminal block for

12 V connections, gas-tube spark gaps, and 12 V supply on pin 8 to power our COM-series phone modems connects from the wiring panel allowing fi eld replacement without rewiring the sensors. A description of the wiring panel’s input/output channels follows.

*Originally, the standard CR1000 had 2 MB of data/program storage, and an optional version, the CR1000-4M, had 4 MB of memory. In September

2007, the standard CR1000 started having 4 MB of memory, making the CR1000-4M obsolete. Dataloggers that have a module with a serial num-

2

Analog Inputs

Eight differential (16 single-ended) channels measure voltage levels. Resolution on the most sensitive range is 0.67 µV.

Pulse Counters

Two pulse channels can count pulses from high level

(5 V square wave), switch closure, or low level AC signals.

Switched Voltage Excitations

Communication Protocols

TCP/IP, FTP, and SMTP communication protocols.

With the PakBus protocol, networks have the distributed routing intelligence to continually evaluate links.

Continually evaluating links optimizes delivery times and, in the case of delivery failure, allows automatic switch over to a confi gured backup route. slave and/or master.

resistive bridge measurements.

Digital I/O Ports

Eight ports are provided for frequency measurements, of the operations found in a level 3 implementation.

can be paired as transmit and receive. Each pair has 0 to 5 V UART hardware that allows serial communications with serial sensors and devices. An RS232-tologic level converter may be required in some cases.

CS I/O Port

AC-powered PCs and many communication peripherals connect with the CR1000 via this port. Connection to an AC-powered PC requires either an SC32B or SC-USB system from the datalogger, thereby protecting against ground loops, normal static discharge, and noise.

RS-232 Port

This non-isolated port is for connecting a batterypowered laptop, serial sensor, or RS-232 modem.

Because of ground loop potential on some measurements (e.g., low level single-ended measurements),

AC-powered PCs should use the CS I/O port instead of the RS-232 port (see above).

Peripheral Port

One 40-pin port interfaces with the NL115 Ethernet

Interface & CompactFlash Module, the NL120 Ethernet Interface, or the CFM100 CompactFlash® Module.

Switched 12 Volt

switched on and off under program control. functionality when the CR1000 is used in conjunction with an NL115, NL120, or third party serial IP device.

Refer to the CR1000 manual for more information.

Power Supplies

Any 12 Vdc source can power the CR1000; a PS100 or sealed rechargeable battery that should be connected to a charging source (either a wall charger or solar panel). alkaline batteries with a 7.5-Ahr rating at 20°C.

Also available are the BP12 and BP24 battery packs, which provide nominal ratings of 12 and 24 Ahrs, regulated charging source (e.g., a CH100 connected to a unregulated solar panel or wall charger).

Enclosure/Stack Bracket

A CR1000 housed in a weather-resistant enclosure can

17565 Stack Bracket allows a small peripheral to be placed under the mounting bracket, thus conserving space. With the bracket, the CR1000 can be attached in a “horizontal” orientation in an ENC10/12 enclosure

(i.e., the long axis of the CR1000 spanning the short axis of the enclosure).

Storage Capacity

ing System, and 4 MB of battery-backed SRAM for CPU usage, program storage, and data storage. Data is stored can be increased by using a CompactFlash card.

Above is a CR1000 mounted to the stack bracket. The Velcro strap is for fastening a peripheral to the base of the bracket.

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Data Storage and Retrieval Options

To determine the best option for an application, consider the accessibility of the site, availability of services (e.g., cellular phone or satellite coverage), quantity of data to collect, and desired time between data-collection sessions. Some communication options can be combined—increasing the fl exibility, convenience, and reliability of the communications.

Keyboard Display Multidrop Interface

CR1000KD displays 8 lines x 21 characters (64 x 128 pixels) and has a 16-character keyboard. Custom menus are supported allowing customers to set up choices within the datalogger program that can be initiated by a simple “toggle” or “pick list”.

One CR1000KD can be carried from station to station in a CR1000 network.

PC to address and communicate with one or more dataloggers over the CABLE2TP two-twisted pair cable. Distances up to 4000 feet are supported.

Ethernet

Use of an NL200, NL120, NL115, or NL100 interface enables the CR1000 to communicate over a local network or a dedicated Internet connection via TCP/IP.

Portable Handheld Devices

An Archer-PCon or user-supplied PDA can be used to collect and display the CR1000’s data, transfer datalogger programs, graph data for up to two elements, and transfer the datalogger’s data to a PC. User-supplied PDAs require either PConnect or PConnectCE soft ware.

Direct Links

AC-powered PCs connect with the datalogger’s CS I/O faces provide optical isolation. A battery-powered laptop can be attached to the CR1000’s RS-232 port via an

RS-232 cableno interface required.

External Data Storage Devices

A CFM100 or NL115 module can store the CR1000’s data on an industrial-grade CompactFlash (CF) card (2 GB

CompactFlash Adapter or a 17752 USB Reader/Writer.

Flash Memory Drive.

Mountable Displays

Radios

Radio frequency (RF) communications are supported via narrow-band UHF, narrow-band VHF, spread spectrum, or meteor burst radios. Line-of-sight is required for all of our RF options.

Telephone Networks

lines, cellular CDMA, or cellular GPRS transceivers.

A voice synthesized modem enables anyone to call the

CR1000 via phone and receive a verbal report of realtime site conditions.

Satellite Transmitters

Our NESDIS-certifi ed GOES satellite transmitter provides one-way communications from a Data Collection

Platform (DCP) to a receiving station. We also off er an Argos transmitter that is ideal for high-altitude and polar applications.

and operation as the CD1000KD, allowing both data

CD295 displays real-time data only.

Short Haul Modems

munications between the CR1000 and a PC via a fourwire unconditioned line (two twisted pairs).

This weather station at Denali National Park, Alaska, transmits data via a GOES satellite transmitter.

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Channel Expansion

4-Channel Low Level AC Module

customers to increase the number of available lowoft en used to measure up to four anemometers, and is especially useful for wind profi ling applications.

Synchronous Devices for Measurement (SDMs)

SDMs are addressable peripherals that expand the datalogger’s measurement and control capabilities. For example, SDMs are available to add control ports, analog outputs, pulse count channels, interval timers, or even a CANbus interface to the system. Multiple SDMs, in any combination, can be connected to one datalogger.

Multiplexers

Multiplexers increase the number of sensors that can be measured by a CR1000 by sequentially connecting each sensor to the datalogger. Several multiplexers can be controlled by a single CR1000.

The Network Planner, included in LoggerNet 4 or higher, generates device settings and confi gures the LoggerNet network map for PakBus networks.

PC400, our mid-level soft ware, supports a variety of telemetry options, manual data collection, and data display. For programming, it includes both Short Cut and the CRBasic program editor. PC400 does not support combined communication options (e.g., phone-to-RF),

PakBus® routing, or scheduled data collection.

RTDAQ is an ideal solution for industrial and realtime users desiring to use reliable data collection soft ware over a single telecommunications medium, and who do not rely on scheduled data collection.

RTDAQ’s strength lies in its ability to handle the display of high speed data.

LoggerNet is Campbell Scientifi c’s full-featured datalogger support soft ware. It is referred to as “full-featured” because it provides a way to accomplish almost all the tasks you’ll need to complete when using a datalogger.

LoggerNet supports combined communication options

(e.g., phone-to-RF) and scheduled data collection.

The CR1000 is compatible with the AM16/32B (shown above) and AM25T multiplexers.

Software

Starter Soft ware

Our easy-to-use starter soft ware is intended for fi rst time users or applications that don’t require sophisticated communications or datalogger program editing.

SCWin Short Cut generates straight-forward CR1000 programs in four easy steps. PC200W allows customers to transfer a program to, or retrieve data from a

CR1000 via a direct communications link.

At www.campbellsci.com/downloads

you can download starter soft ware at no charge. Our Resource CD also provides this soft ware as well as PDF versions of our brochures and manuals.

Datalogger Support Soft ware

Our datalogger support soft ware packages provide soft ware packages contains program editing, communications, and display tools that can support an entire datalogger network.

Both LoggerNet and RTDAQ use View Pro to display historical data in a tabular or graphical format.

Applications

The measurement precision, fl exibility, long-term reliability, and economical price of the CR1000 make it ideal for scientifi c, commercial, and industrial applications.

Meteorology

toring, meteorological research, and routine weather measurement applications.

Wind Profi ling

Our data acquisition systems can monitor conditions at wind assessment sites, at producing wind farms,

Our rugged, reliable weather station measures meteorological conditions at St. Mary’s Lake, Glacier National Park, MT .

Sensors the CR1000 can measure include:

• cup, propeller, and sonic anemometers

• tipping bucket rain gages

• wind vanes

• pyranometers

• ultrasonic ranging sensor

• thermistors, RTDs, and thermocouples

• barometric pressure sensors

• RH sensors

• cooled mirror hygrometers records measurements, controls electrical devices, and can function as PLCs or RTUs. Because the datalogger has its own power supply (batteries, solar panels), it can continue to measure and store data and perform control during power outages.

Typical sensors for wind assessment applications include, but are not limited to:

• sonic anemometers

• three-cup and propeller anemometers (up to

10 anemometers can be measured by using two

LLAC4 peripherals)

• wind vanes

• temperature sensors

• barometric pressure

• wetness

• solar radiation

For turbine performance applications, the CR1000

A Campbell Scientific system monitors an offshore wind farm in North Wales. monitors electrical current, voltage, wattage, stress, and torque.

Agriculture and Agricultural Research

Soil Moisture

allows measurement of agricultural processes and equipment in applications such as:

• plant water research

• canopy energy balance

• machinery performance

• plant pathology

• crop management decisions

• food processing/storage

• frost prediction

• irrigation scheduling

• integrated pest management

This vitaculture site in

Australia integrates meteorological, soil, and crop measurements. moisture measurement technologies:

• Soil moisture blocks are inexpensive sensors that estimate soil water potential.

• Matric water potential sensors also estimate soil water potential but are more durable than soil moisture blocks.

• Time-Domain Refl ectometry Systems (TDR) use a refl ectometer controlled by a CR1000 to accurately measure soil water content. Multiplexers allow sequential measurement of a large number of probes by one refl ectometer, reducing cost per measurement.

• Self-contained water content refl ectometers are sensors that emit and measure a TDR pulse.

• Tensiometers measure the soil pore pressure of irrigated soils and calculate soil moisture.

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Air Quality

particle samplers, and visibility sensors. It can also automatically control calibration sequences and compute conditional averages that exclude invalid data (e.g., data recorded during power failures or calibration intervals).

Road Weather/RWIS

Our fully NTCIP-compliant Environmental Sensor

Stations (ESS) are robust, reliable weather stations used for road weather/RWIS applications. A typical ESS includes a tower, CR1000, two road sensors, remote communication hardware, and sensors that measure wind speed and direction, air temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, solar radiation, and precipitation.

Water Resources/Aquaculture

Our CR1000 is well-suited to remote, unattended monitoring of hydrologic conditions. Most hydrologic sensors, including SDI-12 probes, interface directly to the CR1000. Typical hydrologic measurements:

• Water level is monitored with incremental shaft encoders, double bubblers, ultrasonic ranging sensors, resistance tapes, strain gage pressure transducers, or vibrating wire pressure transducers.

Vibrating wire transducers require an AVW200series or another vibrating wire interface.

• Ionic conductivity measurements use one of the switched excitation ports from the CR1000.

• Samplers are controlled by the CR1000 as a function of time, water quality, or water level.

• Alarm and pump actuation are controlled through digital I/O ports that operate external relay drivers.

A turbidity sensor was installed in a tributary of the Cedar River watershed to monitor water quality conditions for the city of

Seattle, Washington.

Vehicle Testing

for testing cold and hot temperature, high altitude,

CR1000 is compatible with our SDM-CAN interface and GPS16X-HVS receiver.

Vehicle monitoring includes not only passenger cars, but airplanes, locomotives, helicopters, tractors, buses, heavy trucks, drilling rigs, race cars, and motorcycles.

• Suspension—strut pressure, spring force, travel, mounting point stress, defl ection, ride

• Fuel system—line and tank pressure, fl ow, temperature, injection timing

• Comfort control— fan speed, ambient and supply air temperature, refrigerant pressures, solar radiation, ac on and off , time-to-comfort, blower current

• Brakes—line pressure, pedal pressure and travel,

ABS, line and pad temperature

• Engine—pressure, temperature, crank position,

RPM, time-to-start, oil pump cavitation

• General vehicle—chassis monitoring, road noise, vehicle position and speed, steering, air bag, hot/ cold soaks, wind tunnels, traction, CANbus, wiper speed and current, vehicle electrical loads

Other Applications

• Eddy covariance systems

• Wireless sensor/datalogger networks

• Mesonet systems

• Avalanche forecasting, snow science, polar, high altitude

• Fire weather

• Geotechnical

• Historic preservation

CR1000 Specifi cations

Electrical specifi cations are valid over a -25° to +50°C range unless otherwise specifi ed; non-condensing environment required. To maintain electrical specifi cations, Campbell Scientifi c recommends recalibrating dataloggers every two years. We recommend that the system confi guration and critical specifi cations are confi rmed with Campbell Scientifi c before purchase.

PROGRAM EXECUTION RATE

10 ms to one day @ 10 ms increments

ANALOG INPUTS

(SE1-SE16 or DIFF1-DIFF8)

8 differential (DF) or 16 single-ended (SE) individually configured. Channel expansion provided by AM16/32B and AM25T multiplexers.

RANGES and RESOLUTION: Basic resolution

(Basic Res) is the A/D resolution of a single

conversion. Resolution of DF measurements

with input reversal is half the Basic Res.

Range (mV)

1

DF Res (µV)

2

Basic Res (µV)

±5000

±2500

±250

±25

±7.5

±2.5

667

333

33.3

3.33

1.0

0.33

1333

667

66.7

6.7

2.0

0.67

1

Range overhead of

~

9% on all ranges guarantees that

full-scale values will not cause over range.

2

Resolution of DF measurements with input reversal.

CURRENT SOURCING/SINKING: ±25 mA

RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS

MEASUREMENT TYPES: The CR1000 provides

ratiometric measurements of 4- and 6-wire full

bridges, and 2-, 3-, and 4-wire half bridges.

Precise, dual polarity excitation using any of the

3 switched voltage excitations eliminates dc errors.

VOLTAGE RATIO ACCURACY

6

: Assuming excitation

voltage of at least 1000 mV, not including bridge

±(0.04% of voltage reading + offset)/V x

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Accuracy does not include the sensor and measurement

noise. The offsets are defined as:

Offset for DF w/input reversal = 1.5·Basic Res + 1.0 µV

Offset for DF w/o input reversal = 3·Basic Res + 2.0 µV

Offset for SE = 3·Basic Res + 3.0 µV

Offset values are reduced by a factor of 2 when

excitation reversal is used.

SWITCH CLOSURE FREQUENCY MAX: 150 Hz

EDGE TIMING RESOLUTION: 540 ns

OUTPUT VOLTAGES (no load): high 5.0 V ±0.1 V;

CE COMPLIANCE

STANDARD(S) TO WHICH CONFORMITY IS

DECLARED: IEC61326:2002

ACCURACY

3

:

±(0.06% of reading + offset), 0° to 40°C

±(0.12% of reading + offset), -25° to 50°C

±(0.18% of reading + offset), -55° to 85°C (-XT only)

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Accuracy does not include the sensor and measurement

noise. The offsets are defined as:

Offset for DF w/input reversal = 1.5·Basic Res + 1.0 µV

Offset for DF w/o input reversal = 3·Basic Res + 2.0 µV

Offset for SE = 3·Basic Res + 3.0 µV

INPUT NOISE VOLTAGE: For DF measurements

PERIOD AVERAGE

Any of the16 SE analog inputs can be used for period averaging. Accuracy is ±(0.01% of reading + resolution), where resolution is 136 ns divided by the specified number of cycles to be measured.

INPUT AMPLITUDE AND FREQUENCY:

Voltage

Gain

1

10

33

100

Input

Range

(±mV)

2500

250

25

2.5

Signal (peak to peak)

Min. (mV)

500

10

5

2

Max (V)

10

2

2

2

7

Min

Pulse

Width

(µV)

2.5

10

62

100

Max

8

Freq

(kHz)

200

50

8

5

7

With signal centered at the datalogger ground.

8

The maximum frequency = 1/(Twice Minimum Pulse Width)

for 50% of duty cycle signals.

OUTPUT RESISTANCE: 330 ohms

INPUT STATE: high 3.8 to 16 V; low -8.0 to 1.2 V

INPUT HYSTERESIS: 1.4 V

INPUT RESISTANCE: 100 kohms

SWITCHED 12 V

(SW-12)

One independent 12 V unregulated sources switched on and off under program control. Thermal fuse hold current

= 900 mA @ 20°C, 650 mA @ 50°C, 360 mA @ 85°C.

COMMUNICATIONS

RS-232 PORTS:

9-pin: DCE port for battery-powered computer or non-CSI modem connection.

COM1 to COM4: Four independent Tx/Rx pairs on control ports (non-isolated); 0 to 5 VUART

Baud Rates: selectable from 300 bps to 115.2 kbps.

Default Format: 8 data bits; 1 stop bits; no parity

Optional Formats: 7 data bits; 2 stop bits; odd, even

parity

CS I/O PORT: Interface with CSI peripherals

SDI-12: Digital control ports 1, 3, 5, and 7 are

individually configured and meet SDI-12 Standard

version 1.3 for datalogger mode. Up to ten SDI-12

sensors are supported per port.

PERIPHERAL PORT: 40-pin interface for attaching

CompactFlash or Ethernet peripherals

PROTOCOLS SUPPORTED: PakBus, Modbus, DNP3,

FTP, HTTP, XML, POP3, SMTP, Telnet, NTCIP, NTP,

250 µs Integration:

50/60 Hz Integration:

0.34 µV RMS

0.19 µV RMS

ANALOG MEASUREMENT SPEED:

Integra-

Total Time

5

tion Type/

Code

250

60 Hz

4

50 Hz

4

Integration Time

250 µs

16.67 ms

20.00 ms

Settling

Time

450 µs

3 ms

3 ms

SE w/ DF w/

No Rev Input Rev

~

1 ms

~

12 ms

~

20 ms

~

40 ms

~

25 ms

~

50 ms

4

AC line noise filter.

5

Includes 250 µs for conversion to engineering units.

INPUT LIMITS: ±5 V

DC COMMON MODE REJECTION: >100 dB

NORMAL MODE REJECTION: 70 dB @ 60 Hz

when using 60 Hz rejection

SUSTAINED INPUT VOLTAGE W/O DAMAGE:

INPUT CURRENT: ±1 nA typical, ±6 nA max.

@ 50°C; ±90 nA @ 85°C

INPUT RESISTANCE: 20 Gohms typical

ACCURACY OF BUILT-IN REFERENCE JUNCTION

THERMISTOR (for thermocouple measurements):

±0.3°C, -25° to 50°C

±0.8°C, -55° to 85°C (-XT only)

ANALOG OUTPUTS

(Vx1-Vx3)

3 switched voltage, active only during measurement, one at a time.

RANGE AND RESOLUTION: Voltage outputs program-

mable between ±2.5 V with 0.67 mV resolution.

V x

ACCURACY: ±(0.06% of setting + 0.8 mV), 0° to 40°C

±(0.12% of setting + 0.8 mV), -25° to 50°C

±(0.18% of setting + 0.8 mV), -55° to 85°C (-XT only)

V x

FREQUENCY SWEEP FUNCTION: Switched outputs

provide a programmable swept frequency, 0 to 2500 mv

square waves for exciting vibrating wire transducers.

PULSE COUNTERS

(P1-P2)

(2) inputs individually selectable for switch closure, high frequency pulse, or low-level ac. Independent 24-bit counters for each input.

MAXIMUM COUNTS PER SCAN: 16.7x10

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SWITCH CLOSURE MODE:

Minimum Switch Closed Time: 5 ms

Minimum Switch Open Time: 6 ms

Max. Bounce Time: 1 ms open w/o being counted

HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE MODE:

Maximum Input Frequency: 250 kHz

Maximum Input Voltage: ±20 V

Voltage Thresholds: Count upon transition from

below 0.9 V to above 2.2 V after input filter with

1.2 µs time constant.

LOW-LEVEL AC MODE: Internal AC coupling removes

AC offsets up to ±0.5 V.

Input Hysteresis: 12 mV @ 1 Hz

Maximum ac Input Voltage: ±20 V

Minimum ac Input Voltage:

Sine Wave (mV RMS)

20

200

2000

5000

Range(Hz)

1.0 to 20

0.5 to 200

0.3 to 10,000

0.3 to 20,000

DIGITAL I/O PORTS (C1-C8)

8 ports software selectable, as binary inputs or control outputs. Also provide edge timing, subroutine interrupts/wake up, switch closure pulse counting, high frequency pulse counting, asynchronous communications (UART), SDI-12 communications, and SDM communications.

HIGH-FREQUENCY MAX: 400 kHz

CPU AND INTERFACE

PROCESSOR: Renesas H8S 2322 (16-bit CPU with

32-bit internal core)

MEMORY: 2 MB of Flash for operating system; 4 MB

of battery-backed SRAM for CPU usage, program

storage and data storage.

CLOCK ACCURACY: ±3 min. per year. Correction via GPS optional.

SYSTEM POWER REQUIREMENTS

VOLTAGE: 9.6 to 16 Vdc (reverse polarity protected)

EXTERNAL BATTERIES: 12 Vdc nominal

TYPICAL CURRENT DRAIN:

Sleep Mode: 0.7 mA (0.9 mA max.)

1 Hz Sample Rate

(1 fast SE meas.)

: 1 mA

100 Hz Sample Rate

(1 fast SE meas.)

: 16.2 mA

100 Hz Sample Rate

(1 fast SE meas. w/RS-232 communication): 27.6 mA

Optional Keyboard Display On (no backlight): add

7 mA to current drain

Optional Keyboard Display On (backlight on): add

100 mA to current drain

PHYSICAL

DIMENSIONS: 9.4" x 4" x 2.4" (23.9 x 10.2 x 6.1 cm);

additional clearance required for serial cable and

sensor leads.

WEIGHT: 2.1 lbs (1 kg)

WARRANTY

3-years against defects in materials and workmanship.

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DESCRIPTION

The Acuvim II is a high-end multifunction power meter manufactured by Accuenergy. It is the ideal choice for monitoring and controlling of power distribution systems. Some of the features and electric power parameters available on the compact Acuvim II are:

 True-RMS Measuring Parameter

 ANSI C12.20(0.2 Class) and IEC 62053-22(0.2S Class)

 Power Quality Analysis

 Over/Under Limit Alarm

 Multi Communication Ports (Eg: Ethernet, RS485)

 Web Server and Email Sending

 Switch Status Monitoring

 Remote Switch Controlling

Acuvim II Series Meter

   Measure I ndividual Harmonics from 2 nd

to 63 rd

(Acuvim IIR,Acuvim IIE)

 Module Design

 Data-Logging

 TOU, 4 Tariffs, 12 Seasons, 14 Schedules

Acuvim II may be used as a data gathering device for an intelligent

Power Distribution System or Plant Automation System. All monitored data is available via a digital RS485 communication port running Modbus®-RTU Protocol. Ethernet and Profibus DP communication are also options and with new wireless technologies and protocols currently under development, the applications for the

Acuvim II meter are limitless.

METERING

TOU

MONITORING

OTHERs

CATEGORY

REAL TIME

METERING

ENERGY & DEMAND

TIME OF UsE

DAYLIGHT sAVING

TIME

POWER QUALITY sTATIsTICs

ALARM

DATA LOGGING

ITEM PARAMETERs

Phase Voltage

Line Voltage

Current

Power

Reactive Power

Apparent Power

Power Factor

Frequency

Load Features

Four Quadrant Powers

Energy

Reactive Energy

Apparent Energy

Demand

Energy/max demand

V1, V2, V3, Vlnavg

V12, V23, V31, Vllavg

I1, I2, I3, In, Iavg

P1, P2, P3, Psum

Q1, Q2, Q3, Qsum

S1, S2, S3, Ssum

PF1, PF2, PF3, PF

F

Load Features

Four Quadrant Powers

Ep_imp, Ep_exp, Ep_total, Ep_net

Eq_imp, Eq_exp, Eq_total, Eq_net

Es

Dmd_P, Dmd_Q, Dmd_S, Dmd_I1, Dmd_I2, Dmd_I3

TOU, 4 Tariffs, 12 Seasons, 14 Schedules

Two formats adjust

Month/Day/Hour/Minute

Month/Week/First few weeks/Hour/Minute

Voltage Unbalance Factor U_unbl

Current Unbalance Factor I_unbl

Voltage THD

Current THD

Individual Harmonics

Voltage Crest Factor

THD_V1,THD_V2,THD_V3, THD_Vavg

THD_I1, THD_I2, THD_I, THD_Iavg

Harmonics 2 nd

to 31

Crest Factor st

( 63 rd

for Acuvim IIR, Acuvim IIE)

TIF

Current K factor

MAX with Time Stamp

MIN with Time Stamp

THFF

K Factor

Over/Under Limit Alarm

Data Logging 1

Data Logging 2

Data Logging 3

Each phase of V & l;Total of P, Q, S, PF & F;Demad of P,Q & S;Each phase THD of V & I;Unbalnce factor of V & I

V,I,P,Q,S,PF,V_THD & I_THD each phase and total or average;

Unbalance factor of V & I;load type;Analog Input of each channel

F, V1/2/3/lnavg, V12/23/13/lavg, I1/2/3/n/avg, P1/2/3/sum,

Q1/2/3/sum, S1/2/3/sum, PF1/2/3, PF, U_unbl, I_unbl, Load Type,

Ep_imp, Ep_exp, Ep_total, Ep_net, Eq_imp, Eq_exp, Eq_total,

Eq_net, Es, THD_V1/2/3/avg, THD_I1/2/3/avg, Harmonics 2nd to

63rd, Crest Factor, THFF, K Factor, sequence and phase angles, DI counter, AI, AO, Dmd P/Q/S, Dmd I1/2/3

Modbus®-RTU Protocol

OPTION

MODULE

TIME

I/O OPTION

COMMUNICATION

Real Time Clock

Switch Status (DI)

Power Supply for DI

Relay Output (RO)

Digital Output (DO)

Pulse Output (PO)

Analog Input (AI)

Analog Output (AO)

Ethernet

Profibus-DP

RS485 Module

Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute, Second

Digital Input (Wet)

24 Vdc

NO, Form A

Photo-MOS

By using DO

0(4)~20mA, 0(1)~5V

0(4)~20mA, 0(1)~5V

10M/100M, Modbus-TCP, HTTP Webpage, Email

Profibus-DP/V0

Additional Modbus RTU

Function; Option; Blank NA

Acuvim II Acuvim IIR Acuvim IIE

I/O Module (Option)

Module Name Digital Input (DI) Power supply For DI (24V) Digital Output (DO) Relay Output (RO) Analog Input (AI) Analog Output (AO)

AXM-IO1

AXM-IO2

AXM-IO3

6

4

4

1

2

2

2 2

2

Communication Module (Option)

Module Name

AXM-NET

AXM-PROFI

AXM-RS485

spec

10M/100M self-adaptable, RJ45 Jack Modbus®-TCP/IP Protocol

HTTP Web page browser Email sending on time interval or on event

Profibus-DP/V0 Input Byte (typical): 32 byte Output Byte (typical): 32 Byte EN50170 vol.2 compliance

Profibus slave mode, baud rate self-adaptable up to 12M

Modbus®-RTU Protocol

APPLICATIONS

 Metering of distribution feeders, transformers, generators,

capacitor banks and motors

 Medium and low voltage systems

 Commercial, industrial, utility

 Power quality analysis

 Data Logging

FEATURES

Metering

 Voltage V1, V2, V3, Vlnavg, V12, V23, V31, Vllavg

 Current I1, I2, I3, In, Iavg

 Power P1, P2, P3, Psum

 Reactive Power Q1, Q2, Q3, Qsum

 Apparent Power S1, S2, S3, Ssum

 Frequency F

 Power Factor PF1, PF2, PF3, PF

 Energy Ep_imp, Ep_exp, Ep_total, Ep_net

 Reactive Energy Eq_imp, Eq_exp, Eq_total, Eq_net

 Apparent Energy Es

 Demand Dmd_P, Dmd_Q, Dmd_S, Dmd_I1, Dmd_I2, Dmd_I3

  Load Features

  Four Quadrant Powers

Monitoring

 Power Quality

 Voltage Harmonics 2 nd

 Current Harmonics 2

 Voltage Crest Factor nd to 63 rd

to 63 rd

and THD

and THD

 THFF (TIF)

 Current K Factor

 Voltage Unbalance Factor U_unbl

 Current Unbalance Factor I_unbl

 Max/Min Statistics with Time Stamps

Alarms

Limits can be set for up to 16 indicated parameters and can be set with a specified time interval. If any input of the indicated parameters is over or under its setting limit and persists over the specified time interval, the event will be recorded with time stamps and trigger the Alarm DO output. The 16 indicated parameters can be selected from any of the 51 parameters available.

I/O option module

The E-module® technique was adopted for its flexibility and easy expansion of the I/O function of Acuvim II. A maximum of 3 modules can be used for one meter. Digital input, digital output, pulse output, relay output, analog input and analog output are provided by I/O option module.

Communication

RS485, Industry standard Modbus®protocol

Module Option: Ethernet module, Profbus-DP module

Dual RS485 communication ports

Display

Clear and large character LCD Screen display with white back light

Wide environmental temperature endurance

Display Load percentage, 4 quadrants power and load nature

Outline

Small Size 96×96 DIN or 4’’ ANSI Round

Data_logging

The Acuvim IIR, Acuvim IIE, model offers 4MB of onboard data logging memory to be used for historical trending. There are

3 assignable historical logs where the majority of the metering parameters can be recorded. A real time clock allows for any logged events to be accurately time stamped.

Time of use

User can assign up to 4 different tariffs (sharp, peak, valley and normal) to different time periods within a day according to the billing requirements. The meter will calculate and accumulate energy to different tariffs according to the meter’s internal clock timing and TOU settings.

TYPICAL WEB PAGE FROM Acuvim II SERIES

DATA LOGGING FROM Acuvim II SERIES

Data Logging

Max & Min Record SOE Record

Alarm Record Harmonics

Acuvim II as Web Server

Router

Internet

Router

TYPICAL WIRING

A

LINE

B C N

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

3LN, 3CT

A

LINE

B C N

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

2LN, 1CT*

A

LINE

B C

1A FUSE

A

LINE

B C N

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

3LN, 2CT

LINE

A B C

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

2LL, 3CT

LINE

A N B

1A FUSE

Terminal Block Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

LOAD LOAD

2LL, 1CT * Single Phase 3 Line

Note: "*" wiring diagram not applicable to Acuvim IIR , Acuvim IIE

A

LINE

B C N

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

2LN, 2CT*

A

LINE

B C

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

2LL, 2CT

LINE

A N

1A FUSE

LOAD

Terminal Block

I11

I12

I21

I22

I31

I32

V

N

V3 V2 V1

Acuvim II

Single Phase 2 Line

SPECIFICATIONS

Parameters

METERING

Accuracy

Resolution Range

Voltage

Current

0.2% 0.2% 0.1V

0.2% 0.2% 0.1mA

Power

Reactive Power

Apparent Power

0.5% 0.2% 1W

0.5% 0.2% 1var

0.5% 0.2% 1VA

Power Demand 0.5% 0.2% 1W

Reactive Power Demand 0.5% 0.2% 1var

Apparent Power Demand 0.5% 0.2% 1VA

Power Factor 0.5% 0.2% 0.001

Frequency 0.2% 0.2% 0.01Hz

Energy

Reactive

Energy

Primary

Secondary

Primary

Secondary

0.5% 0.2% 0.1kWh

20V~1000kV

5mA~50000A

-9999MW~9999MW

-9999MVar~9999Mvar

0~9999MVA

-9999MW~9999MW

-9999MVar~9999Mvar

0~9999MVA

-1.000~1.000

45.00~65.00Hz

0-99999999.9kWh

0.5% 0.2% 0.001kWh 0-999999.999kWh

0.5% 0.2% 0.1kvarh

0-99999999.9kvarh

0.5% 0.2% 0.001kvarh 0-999999.999kvarh

Apparent

Energy

Harmonics

Phase Angle

Primary

Secondary

Unbalance Factor

Running Time

0.5%

0.5%

2.0%

2.0%

2.0%

0.2% 0.1kVAh

0.2% 0.001kVAh 0-999999.999kVAh

2.0% 0.01%

2.0% 0.1°

2.0% 0.1%

0.01h

0-99999999.9kVAh

0.0%~100.0%

0.0°~359.9°

0.0%~100.0%

0~9999999.99h

Current Inputs (Each Channel)

INPUT

Nominal Current 5A /1A

Metering Range 0~10A ac

Withstand 20Arms continuous,

100Arms for 1 second, non-recurring

Burden 0.05VA (typical) @ 5Arms

Pickup Current 0.1% of nominal

Accuracy 0.2% full scale

Voltage Inputs (Each Channel)

Nominal Full Scale 400Vac L-N, 690Vac L-L (+20%)

Withstand 1500Vac continuous

2500Vac, 50/60Hz for 1 minute

Input Impedance 2Mohm per phase

Metering Frequency 45Hz~65Hz

Pickup Voltage 10Vac (30Vac for Acuvim IIR

,

Acuvim IIE)

Accuracy 0.2% full scale

Energy Accuracy (Acuvim IIR, Acuvim IIE)

Active (according to IEC 62053-22) Class 0.2S

(according to ANSI C12.20) Class 0.2

Reactive (according to IEC 62053-23) Class 2

Harmonic Resolution

Metered Value Acuvim II: 31st harmonic

Acuvim IIR

,

Acuvim IIE: 63rd harmonic

COMMUNICATION

Rs-485 (standard)

MODBUS RTU Protocol

2-wire connection

Up to 38400 baud rate

Ethernet (Optional)

10M/100M BaseT

MODBUS® TCP/IP Protocol

Data Browsing through HTTP

Sending e-mail automatically

PROFI-BUs (Optional)

PROFIBUS-DP/V0 Protocol

Work as PROFIBUS slave, baud rate adaptive, up to 12M

Typical input bytes: 32, typical output bytes: 32

PROFIBUS standard according to EN 50170 vol.2

CONTROL POWER

Universal AC or DC

AC/DC Control Power

Operating Range 100~415Vac, 50/60Hz; 100~300Vdc

Burden 5W

Frequency 50/60Hz

Withstand 3250Vac, 50/60Hz for 1 minute

Installation Category III (Distribution)

Low Voltage DC Control Power (Optional)

Operating Range 20~60Vdc

Burden 5W

I/O OPTION

Digital Input

Input Voltage Range

Input Current (Max)

Start Voltage

Stop Voltage

Pulse Frequency (Max)

SOE Resolution

20~220Vac/dc

2mA

15V

5V

100Hz, 50% Duty Ratio

(5ms ON and 5ms OFF)

2ms

Digital Output (DO) (Photo-MOs)

Voltage Range

Load Current

Output Frequency

Isolation Voltage

Relay Output (RO)

0~250Vac/dc

100mA (Max)

25Hz, 50% Duty Ratio

(20ms ON, 20ms OFF)

2500Vac

Switching Voltage (Max)

Load Current

Set Time

Contact Resistance

Isolation Voltage

Mechanical Life

Analog Output (AO)

Output Range

Accuracy

Temperature Drift

Isolation Voltage

Open Circuit Voltage

Analog Input (AI)

250Vac, 30Vdc

5A(R), 2A(L)

10ms (Max)

30mΩ (Max)

3000Vac

1.5x10

7

0~5V/1~5V, 0~20mA/4~20mA (Optional)

0.5%

50ppm/°C typical

500Vdc

15V

Input Range

Accuracy

Temperature Drift

Isolation Voltage

Power supply for DI (24Vdc)

0~5V/1~5V, 0~20mA/4~20mA (Optional)

0.2%

50ppm/°C typical

500Vdc

Output Voltage

Output Current

Load (Max)

24Vdc

42mA

21 DIs

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

Operation Temperature - 25°C to 70°C

Storage Temperature - 40°C to 85°C

Relative Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing

Pollution Degree 2

sTANDARD COMPLIANCE

Measurement Standard IEC 62053-22; ANSI C12.20

Environmental Standard IEC 60068-2

Safety Standard IEC 61010-1, UL 61010-1

EMC Standard

Outlines Standard

IEC 61000-4/-2-3-4-5-6-8-11, CISPR 22

DIN 43700, ANSI C39.1

DIMENSIONS

Acuvim II Dimensions

Multifunction Power Meter

H P E V/A

96.00 (3.800)

Cut Out

92.00 (3.622)

IO Module Dimensions

90.00 (3.543)

Communication Module Dimensions

90.00 (3.543)

Unit : mm (inches)

35.90

(1.413)

50.70 (1.996)

102.00 (4.016)

Cut Out

55.60 (2.189)

55.60 (2.189)

Unit : mm (inches)

19.50 (0.768)

22.00 (0.866)

ORDERING INFORMATION

DIN Rail Option Frequency Current Input Power Supply

Acuvim

5A: 5Amp

1A: 1Amp

P1: 100~415Vac, 50/60Hz

100~300Vdc

P2: 20~60Vdc

Acuvim II

Acuvim IIR

Acuvim IIE

50: 50Hz

60: 60Hz

D: Standard with LCD display

M: DIN rail mount (no LCD)

Acuvim II Base Meter Ordering Example: Acuvim IIR - 60 - 5A - P1

I/O Option module

AXM-IO1

Module 1

1

Module 2

2

AXM-IO2

Module 1

1

Analog Output Type

Module 2

2

Analog Output Type

A: 4~20mA

B: 0~20mA

C: 1~5V

D: 0~5V

A: 4~20mA

B: 0~20mA

C: 1~5V

D: 0~5V

AXM-IO3

Module 1

1

Analog Input Type

A: 4~20mA

B: 0~20mA

C: 1~5V

D: 0~5V

Module 2

2

Analog Input Type

A: 4~20mA

B: 0~20mA

C: 1~5V

D: 0~5V

IO Module Ordering Example: AXM-IO2-1A

Communication Option Module

AXM-

NET: Ethernet Module (AXM-NET)

PROFI: Profibus Module (AXM-PROFI)

RS485: Modbus®-RTU (AXM-RS485)

Note: 1.

2.

No more than 2 of the same I/O modules may be attached to the meter

(example: Two AXM-IO2). The same two IO modules must be a different component number.

A maximum of 3 modules may be attached to the meter. If a communication module is used (example: AXM-NET), it must be installed on the back of the meter FIRST before the other module are attached.

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Web: www.accuenergy.com

Email: [email protected]

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CURRENT MONITORING

681x-5A Series

Split-Core Current Transformers with

Current Mode Output

DIMENSIONS

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APPLICATIONS

Use with transducers

Data logging

Recording

Split-Core Current Transformers

SPECIFICATIONS

Output at Rated Current

Rated Input Current

Frequency Range

Leads

Temperature Range

Humidity Range

Insulation Class

5 Amps AC

See ordering table

50/60Hz

18 AWG, UL 1015 twisted pair, 6 FT. (1.8m) length

-15° to 60°C*

0-95% non-con dens ing

600VAC**

* H6812-2000-5A 80 to 100% loaded, -15° to 50°C, H6810-100A-5A, accuracy & burden specifi ed at 40°C

**Do not apply 600V Class current transformers to circuits having a phase-to-phase voltage greater than 600V, unless adequate additional insulation is applied between the primary conductor and the current transformers. Veris assumes no responsibility for damage of equipment or personal injury caused by products operated on circuits above their published ratings.

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“Source

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X1 White

ORDERING INFORMATION

MODEL

H6810-200A-5A

H6810-300A-5A

H6811-400A-5A

H6811-600A-5A

H6811-800A-5A

H6812-800A-5A

H6812-1200A-5A

H6812-1600A-5A

RATIO

200:5

300:5

400:5

600:5

800:5

800:5

1200:5

1600:5

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

F. S. ACCURACY BURDEN

CAPACITY IN VA

1% 2.5VA

2.5VA

5VA

5VA

12.5VA

5VA

22.5VA

22.5VA

ACCESSORIES

Universal Mounting Bracket Kit...See page 234

Propeller

MODEL

M0300

DESCRIPTION

The M0300 Bolt-On Saddle Flowmeter features a fabricated stainless steel saddle with McCrometer’s unique drive and register design. The stainless steel saddle eliminates the fatigue-related breakage common to cast iron and aluminum saddles and provides unsurpassed corrosion protection.

Fabricated stainless steel construction offers the additional advantage of being flexible enough to conform to out-of-true pipe. The Model M0300 is manufactured to comply with applicable provisions of American Water Works Association

Standard No. C704-02 for propeller-type flowmeters. As with all McCrometer propeller flowmeters, standard features include a magnetically coupled drive, instantaneous flowrate indicator and straight reading, six-digit totalizer.

Impellers are manufactured of high-impact plastic, capable of retaining their shape and accuracy over the life of the meter.

Each impeller is individually calibrated at the factory to accommodate the use of any standard McCrometer register, and since no change gears are used, the M0300 can be fieldserviced without the need for factory recalibration. Factory lubricated, stainless steel bearings are used to support the

The McCrometer Propeller flowmeter comes with a standard instantaneous flowrate indicator and straight-reading totalizer.

An optional FlowCom register is also available.

Typical face plates.

APPLICATIONS

Center pivot systems

Sprinkler irrigation systems

Drip irrigation systems

Golf course and park water management

Gravity turnouts from underground pipelines

CONFIGURATION SHEET

BOLT-ON SADDLE FLOWMETER

impeller shaft. The shielded bearing design limits the entry of materials and fluids into the bearing chamber providing maximum bearing protection.

The instantaneous flowrate indicator is standard and available in gallons per minute, cubic feet per second, liters per second and other units. The register is driven by a flexible steel cable encased within a protective vinyl liner.

The register housing protects both the register and cable drive system from moisture while allowing clear reading of the flowrate indicator and totalizer.

INSTALLATION

Standard installation is horizontal mount. If the meter is to be mounted in the vertical position, please advise the factory. A straight run of full pipe the length of ten pipe diameters upstream and two diameters downstream of the meter is recommended for meters without straightening vanes. Meters with optional straightening vanes require at least five pipe diameters upstream and two diameters downstream of the meter.

Water and wastewater management

3255 WEST STETSON AVENUE • HEMET, CALIFORNIA 92545 USA

www.mccrometer.com

TEL: 951-652-6811 • 800-220-2279 • FAX: 951-652-3078 Printed In The U.S.A Lit. #24517-00 Rev.1.9/08-11

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BOLT-ON SADDLE METER M0300

SPECIFICATIONS

PERFORMANCE

ACCURACY/REPEATABILITY

: ±2% of reading

guaranteed throughout full range; ±1% over reduced

range; Repeatability 0.25% or better

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE:

(Standard Construction)

160°F constant

PRESSURE RATING:

150 psi

MATERIALS

BEARING ASSEMBLY:

Impeller shaft is 316 stainless steel.

Ball bearings are 440C stainless steel.

MAGNETS:

(Permanent type) Cast or sintered Alnico

BEARING HOUSING:

Brass; Stainless Steel optional

SADDLE

: 304 stainless steel construction

REGISTER

: An instantaneous flowrate indicator and

six-digit straight-reading totalizer are standard. The

register is hermetically sealed within a die cast

aluminum case. This protective housing includes a

domed acrylic lens and hinged lens cover with locking

hasp.

IMPELLER:

Impellers are manufactured of high-impact

plastic, retaining their shape and accuracy over the

life of the meter. High temperature impeller is optional.

OPTIONS

Saddle can be constructed to fit any outside diameter pipe dimensions, including metric sizes

Can be used on a variety of pipe materials such as steel, plastic, cast iron, cement or asbestos cement

 Register

All stainless steel bearing assembly

High temperature construction

“Over-Run” bearing assembly for higher than normal flowrates

Electronic propeller meter available in all sizes of this model

A complete line of flow recording / control instrumentation

Blank repair saddle

Canopy boot

Meter Tube Installation Cut-Out Detail

M0300

Meter and Nominal Pipe Size

Maximum Flow U.S. GPM

4” 6” 8”

DIMENSIONS

10” 12” 14” 16”

600 1200 1500 1800 2500 3000 4000

50 90 100 125 150 250 275

Minimum Flow U.S. GPM

Approx. Head Loss in Inches at Max. Flow

Approx. Shipping Weight-lbs.

A (inches)

23.00 17.00 6.75 3.75 2.75 2.00 1.75

18 22 26 30 34 38 44

B (inches)

C (inches)

D (inches)

8 1/4

7

4*

10 3/4

8

5 1/8*

10 3/4

8

6*

10 3/4

9 1/2

7*

11 3/4

9 1/2

7 1/4

13 3/4

9 1/2

7 1/4

13 3/4

9 1/2

7 1/4

E (inches)

10 3/4 14 15 17 19 20 5/8 21 5/8

For larger sizes see Model M1400. McCrometer reserves the right to change design or specification without notice.

*Standard pipe only. For other than standard pipe, consult factory for cutout dimensions.

Please specify the inside diameter of the pipe when ordering.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

3255 WEST STETSON AVENUE • HEMET, CALIFORNIA 92545 USA

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TEL: 951-652-6811 • 800-220-2279 • FAX: 951-652-3078 Printed In The U.S.A Lit. #24517-00 Rev.1.9/08-11

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Mc SpaceSaver

TM

Flow Meter

The tight spot solution that saves money

McSpaceSaver: The tig

Conserve water and save money with the high accuracy flow meter

that fits almost anywhere

Developed with a breakthrough design that combines advanced flow conditioning and propeller meter technologies, the Mc SpaceSaver

Flow Meter from

McCrometer delivers superior accuracy, lower installation costs and long-life with low maintenance.

It’s the ideal money-saving flow measurement solution to help farmers, water district engineers and irrigation dealers cope with the latest water metering programs.

For more than 50-years, McCrometer has been the leader in developing innovative flow measurement solutions designed specifically for rugged agricultural and turf irrigation operations.The first McCrometer flow meters were designed for farmers by farmers who knew first-hand the challenge of bringing water reliably and efficiently to crops without wasting a drop or a nickel.

How flow conditioning works

The Mc SpaceSaver Flow Meter operates over a wide

15:1 flow range and supports the most popular 6 and

8-inch irrigation line sizes. It is designed with a built-in flow straightener assembly that greatly enhances measurement performance. As the upstream flow in an irrigation line approaches the Mc SpaceSaver, its built-in straightener mixes and shapes the liquid flow into a smooth stream before it reaches the impeller to optimize measurement performance.

Unique space-saving design shrinks straight-run requirements by up to for a tight fit in crowded installation

Built-in flow conditioning and proven propeller meter technology deliver high accuracy of ±2% with ±0.25 repeatability

2

1

2

4

3

Reduced straight-run eliminate piping mate labor to cut total inst

ght spot meter

s pipe

50% ns

1

4

5

3

5

Power-free design eliminates failure-prone batteries and keeps data safe with an easy-to-use, standard register

Advanced propeller meter prevents solids build-up for trouble-free performance in rugged agricultural and turf operations requirements erial and extra allation costs

The result is greater flow measurement accuracy, in real world installations of up to ±2 percent, with ±0.25

percent repeatability. The Mc SpaceSaver’s built-in flow straightener allows it to be installed in close proximity to chemigation, butterfly and gate valves, or out-of-plane elbows, and reducers with excellent measurement stability -- compared to mag and other flow meters, which specify accuracy based on ideal laboratory flow conditions.

The Mc SpaceSaver is designed with heavy-duty propeller meter technology for rugged agricultural service. Featuring a self-cleaning propeller design, the Mc SpaceSaver prevents the build-up of solids.

Its unique magnetic coupling system keeps the register drive isolated from the flow while permitting unrestricted movement of the impeller. Free rotation of the impeller also is assured by factory-lubricated stainless steel bearings.

The straight story on straight runs

The advanced Mc SpaceSaver from McCrometer is a total system solution, featuring a built-in flow straightener to condition water flow, which virtually eliminates the upstream /downstream straight pipe runs typically required in existing or new flow meter applications.

10

Straight pipe requirements

Other flow meters

Upstream pipe diameter

Mc SpaceSaver Flow Meter

Upstream pipe diameter

1.5

5

Downstream pipe diameter

Downstream pipe diameter

0.5

Requiring only a minimum of 1.5 straight pipe diameters upstream and 0.5 downstream, the Mc SpaceSaver reduces typical installation piping and labor costs by more than 50 percent, which makes it the right fit for both retrofit and in brand new installations.

Flow rate indicator and totalized flow output

The Mc SpaceSaver Flow Meter comes with a standard instantaneous flow rate indicator and a straight-reading totalizer. Unlike mag and other types of flow meters, the Mc SpaceSaver requires no electric power to operate. With no Lithium batteries to fail in extreme heat or cold or humidity, your valuable flow data is continuously available and safe via the Mc SpaceSaver’s standard register.

The versatile water measurement solution

o

Agriculture irrigation

o

Turf irrigation

o

Drip and sprinkler systems

o

Greenhouse growers

o

Pumping stations

o

Canal laterals

o

Golf course

o

Park management

o

Center pivot systems

Mc SpaceSaver Specifications

Mc SpaceSaver consists of: MO300F Flow Meter and FS100 Flow Straightener

Minimum Upstream Straight Run:

1.5 pipe diameter minimum

(measured from propeller)

Acceptable Installation Effects:

Chemigation Valves, in plane elbows, out of plane elbows, fully open butterfly and gate valves

Sizes:

6” and 8” nominal and OD pipe

Customer Pipe Wall: Metal:

0.08, <0.5 Plastic: 0.25, <0.5

For M0300F Installation:

Inserted into pipeline through rectangular hole and locked in place by a single 1/2 or 5/8 inch bolt. The M0300F

Flow Meter is designed to cover the rectangular hole used to install the flow straightener.

For Existng M0300 Installation:

Inserted into pipeline through open end of pipeline and locked in place by a single 1/2 or 5/8 inch bolt.

Installation Bolt:

Stainless steel with dual seal.

Body M0300F:

Fabrication 304 stainless steel saddle with stainless steel drop pipe is supplied with: brass bearing housing, stainless steel bearings, polypropylene impeller, magnetic drive, instantaneous flow indicator, straight-reading six-digit totalizer, and flat neoprene gasket.

Body FS100:

304 stainless steel

Exterior:

Glass bead blasted

Pressure Rating:

150 psi maximum

Side View

Customer supplied pipe, tube shown for illustration.

FS100 End View

Model M00300F Flow Meter Models

M0300F Model

M0306-F M0306-F

M0306-F M0306-F

M0308-F M0308-F

FS100 Flow Straightener Models

Customer supplied pipe, tube shown

M0308-F for illustration.

FS100 Model

Pipe OD (B)

Wall Thickness Range

‘A’ with M030xF Flow Meter

‘A’ with M030x Flow Meter

FS100 Shipping Wt. (lbs.)

M0300F Shipping Wt. (lbs.)

FS106-1

6.625

0.08-0.199

22

26 1/4

3.3

22

FS106-2

6.625

0.2-0.32

22

26 1/4

3.2

22

FS106-3

6.0

0.8-0.156

22

26 1/4

3.0

22

FS106-4

6.0

0.157-0.260

22

26 1/4

2.9

22

FS108-1

8.625

0.08-0.209

28 5/8

31 1/8

5.9

26

FS108-2

8.625

0.21-0.34

28 5/8

31 1/8

5.7

26

FS108-3

8.0

0.08-0.161

28 5/8

31 1/8

5.5

26

FS108-4

8.0

0.162-0.260

28 5/8

31 1/8

5.3

26

Notes: 1. Legal protection pending; 2. M0300F Flow Meter, shown in diagram above, provided separately; 3. Upon request: special pipe diameter and special wall thickness;

4. Select the appropriate MO300F and FS100 for a complete Mc SpaceSaver system; 5. Refer to 24510-68 McSpaceSaver configuration sheet for additional sizes.

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Measurement & Control Solutions

TransPort

®

PT878

Panametrics Portable

Liquid Ultrasonic

Flowmeter

Applications

The TransPort PT878 portable liquid flowmeter is a complete portable ultrasonic flow metering system for measurement of:

• Potable water

• Wastewater

• Cooling and heating water

• Ultrapure water and liquids

• Water/glycol solutions

• Crude oil

• Refined hydrocarbons

• Diesel and fuel oils

• Lubricating oils

• Chemicals

• Beverages

• Other liquids

Features

• Small, lightweight and easy-to-use

• Non-intrusive flow measurement

• Velocity, volumetric and energy flow rates

• Totalized flow and trend data

• Large, backlit LCD display

• Alphanumeric and graphic formats

• Multiple-language user interface

• Rechargeable battery pack

• Logs over 100,000 flow data points

• Submersible package

• 32 site locations

• Optional thickness gauge

• Optional energy measurement

• Suitable for most pipe sizes and materials, including lined pipe

Portable Flow Metering at Its Best

The TransPort PT878 flowmeter is a highly versatile, self-contained, portable transit-time system with options and accessories to meet all your liquid flowmeasurement needs. Its compact size; lightweight, rechargeable internal battery pack; and universal power supply charger make it the ideal go-anywhere flowmeter.

Accurate with Two-Phase and

Perfectly Clean Liquids

The TransPort PT878’s patented Correlation Transit-

Time™ digital signal processing (DSP) technique greatly increases its signal-to-noise ratio for accurate, drift-free flow measurement in liquids that contain a second phase of entrained solids or gas bubbles.

The TransPort flowmeter operates in these and other difficult applications where conventional transit-time flowmeters fail.

The TransPort PT878 flowmeter also accurately measures flow rate in perfectly clean liquids containing no “scatterers,” where Doppler-type flowmeters cannot work. The TransPort flowmeter is suited for all standard transit-time applications, plus many that would prevent other transit-time flowmeters from working.

Quick and Easy to Use

It’s possible to make your first flow measurement within minutes of opening the box—the TransPort flowmeter is that easy to use. Simply input the site parameters, clamp the transducers onto the pipe, adjust the spacing, and you’re under way. No ancillary equipment is needed, and there’s no need to break into the pipeline.

An experienced user can make scores of different measurements in a single day. The TransPort PT878 flowmeter is ideal for all kinds of flow survey work.

Flow Transducers and Clamping

Fixtures

Using clamp-on transducers, the TransPort PT878 flowmeter measures flow rate through metal, plastic or even concrete-lined pipes, without penetrating the pipewall. From ultra-pure water to corrosive and toxic liquids, the TransPort PT878 flowmeter ensures noncontaminating, leak-free measurement with drift-free accuracy. The TransPort PT878 flowmeter has no moving parts to wear or orifices to clog. It can’t be fouled, and it requires no routine maintenance.

A wide variety of transducers are available with different operating frequencies, materials of construction, operating temperatures and sizes to meet the requirements of rugged industrial environments.

To hold clamp-on transducers in contact with the pipe, a variety of clamping fixtures are available to accommodate different pipe and transducer sizes.

These fixtures use a variety of attachment methods including chain, metal strap, Velcro® strap and magnetic clamps.

Alphanumeric and Graphic Liquid

Crystal Display Completes the

Picture

A large, multifunction LCD presents measured data in both alphanumeric and graphic forms. In addition, it helps make programming easy by presenting a software menu that walks you through data entry and function selection.

Standard alphanumeric functions include flow velocity, volumetric or energy flow rates, and totalized flow in either English (U.S.) or metric units.

In graphic mode, the LCD shows both real time and logged data. The result is a chart recording right on the display, which is very useful for reviewing data and observing trends while on the site.

Submersible, Rugged Electronics

Housing

Your investment in this flowmeter is protected from the day-to-day rigors of industrial usage. The

TransPort PT878 is equipped with a rubber boot that provides protection against vibration and shock.

The completely sealed housing and ports meet IP67 requirements, so the unit will withstand submersion in up to 3 ft (1 m) of water for limited periods of time.

It will continue to function safely even if it is dropped in water. The complete TransPort PT878 flowmeter system fits in a compact carrying case.

Optional Energy Measurement

The TransPort PT878 flowmeter combines proven ultrasonic flow measurement with precise RTD temperature measurement to determine the energy flow rate in liquid heating and cooling systems. With this option, the TransPort flowmeter comes equipped with a built-in power supply for loop-powered

RTD temperature sensors, as well as all necessary circuitry and software to make energy flow rate measurements. The energy kit option includes two matched Pt1000 surface mount RTDs with 30 feet of cable to plug into the PT878,

Optional Pipe Wall Thickness Gauge

Transducer

Pipe wall thickness is a critical parameter used by the TransPort flowmeter for clamp-on flow measurements. The thickness-gauge option allows accurate wall thickness measurement from outside the pipe.

Infrared Port

The TransPort PT878 contains an infrared port for communication with your PC. If your laptop or desktop PC does not have infrared capability, an adapter is available that can be plugged into your

PC’s serial port.

Optional Infrared Thermal Printer and Accessories

When you need a permanent record of your work, live measurements, logged data and site parameters can be sent to a variety of printers by beaming data directly from the TransPort PT878’s infrared port. A compact, lightweight, hand-held, infrared thermal printer is available. This printer is powered by a lithium ion battery.

Built to Be Economical and Stay

Economical

To be of real value, a portable flowmeter must be as economical to own and operate as it is capable in the field. The TransPort PT878 flowmeter is built to stay in service for many years. Completely solid state, the device rarely wears out or needs servicing, resulting in little downtime and low maintenance costs.

The TransPort PT878 Flowmeter Uses the Transit-Time Flow Measurement

Technique

In this method, two transducers serve as both ultrasonic-signal generators and receivers.

When mounted on a pipe, they are in acoustic communication with each other, meaning that the second transducer can receive ultrasonic signals transmitted by the first transducer and vice versa.

In operation, each transducer functions as a transmitter, generating a certain number of acoustic pulses, and then as a receiver for an identical number of pulses.

The time interval between transmission and reception of the ultrasonic signals is measured in both directions. When the liquid in the pipe is not flowing, the transit-time downstream equals the transit-time upstream. When the liquid is flowing, the transit-time downstream is less than the transit-time upstream.

The difference between the downstream and upstream transit times is proportional to the velocity of the flowing liquid, and its sign indicates the direction of flow.

Ultrasonic Signal Path

Flowmeter Transducers

Fluid

Flow

Transit-time flow measurement technique

The core of the kit includes the PT878 electronics, along with a power charger with North American, European, or United Kingdom power cable.

A variety of transducer kits are available to handle a wide range of applications. Selection is based on pipe size and temperature range. More transducers can be added to the kit by ordering separately if the desired combination is not available as part of a standard kit.

The PT878 comes standard with a soft sided carrying case. Made from lightweight, durable nylon, this case is excellent for everyday use.

The PT878 offers an optional hard case when durability is more important. This is ideal for traveling and shipping purposes, or in environments where nylon

bags are not suitable.

Knowing the wall thickness of your pipe is critical to ensuring your meter provides the best possible accuracy. Wall thickness on standard pipe can vary up to 13%. The PT878 comes standard with the ability to measure pipe wall thickness. This requires the use of a thickness gage that plugs directly into the transducer ports. There is no need for a separate device.

Select option code — TG.

Measuring energy usage in buildings is increasing in importance. The PT878 can measure energy by using the optional 4-wire, 1000 Ohm RTDs with integrated transmitters to spot check applications and test existing meters monitoring the line.

Select option code — E

A variety of clamping fixtures are available to simplify attaching the transducers to the pipe. Transducers are integrated into the small pipe transducers up ot 2” lines. For larger pipes, the transducers ship with clamps that range up to 24” pipes. For pipes up to 48”, a larger pipe clamp is available with chains. If all the pipes are made from carbon steel, magnetic clamping fixtures may be the best option for fast setup.

Select option code — C48 for large clamping fixtures.

Order MC style clamping fixtures for magnetic fixtures.

The PT878 uses an IR port to transfer data between the unit and a PC. If your

PC or laptop does not have an IR port, you need an IR adapter. We offer one that will plug into a USB port.

Select option code — IR

.

The PT878 can output data to a data acquisition system to act as a temporary replacement for a failed permanent meter or to provide a temporary monitoring point. An input/output cable will be necessary to provide 4-20 mA or pulse outputs from the PT878.

Select option code — IO

.

PT878 Specifications

Operation and Performance

Fluid Types

Acoustically conductive fluids, including most clean liquids, and many liquids with entrained solids or gas bubbles. Maximum void fraction depends on transducer, interrogation carrier frequency, path length and pipe configuration.

Pipe Sizes

0.5 in to 300 in (12.7 mm to 7.6 m) and larger

Pipe Wall Thickness

Up to 3 in (76.2 mm)

Pipe Materials

All metals and most plastics. Consult GE for concrete, composite materials, and highly corroded or lined pipes.

Clamp-On Flow Accuracy (Velocity)

• Pipe ID>6 in (150 mm): ±1% to 2% of reading typical

• Pipe ID<6 in (150 mm): ±2% to 5% of reading typical

Accuracy depends on pipe size and whether measurement is one-path or two-path. Accuracy to ±0.5% of reading may be achievable with process calibration.

Repeatability

±0.1% to 0.3% of reading

Range (Bidirectional)

–40 to 40 ft/s (–12.2 to 12.2 m/s)

Rangeability (Overall)

400:1

Specifications assume a fully developed flow profile

(typically 10 diameters upstream and 5 diameters downstream of straight pipe run) and flow velocity greater than 1 ft/s (0.3 m/s).

Measurement Parameters

Volumetric flow, totalized flow and flow velocity

Electronics

Flow Measurement

Patented Correlation Transit-Time mode

Enclosure

Submersible IP67

Dimensions

Weight 3 lb (1.36 kg),

Size (h x w x d) 9.4 in x 5.5 in x 1.5 in

(238 mm x 138 mm x 38 mm)

Display

240 x 200 pixel backlit LCD graphic display

Keypad

25-key rubberized tactile membrane keypad

Internal Battery

Rechargeable battery: 9 to 11 hr of continuous operation

Battery Charger Input

100 to 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.38 A

Memory

FLASH memory, field-upgradable

Operating Temperature

–4°F to 131°F (–20°C to 55°C)

Storage Temperature

–40°F to 158°F (–40°C to 70°C)

To ensure maximum battery life, storage temperature exceeding 35°C (95°F) is not recommended for more than one month.

Standard Inputs/Outputs

• One 0/4 to 20 mA current output, 550 W maximum load

• One user-selectable pulse (solid state, 5 V maximum) or frequency (5 V square wave, 100 to

10,000 Hz)

• Two 4 to 20 mA analog inputs with switchable power supply for loop-powered temperature transmitters

Digital Interface

Infrared communication port for printer or PC interface

Site-Parameter Programming

• Menu-driven operator interface using keypad and “soft” function keys

• Online help functions including pipe tables

• Storage for saving site parameters

Data Logging

• Memory capacity to log over 100,000 flow data points

• Keypad programmable for log units, update times, and start and stop time

Display Functions

• Graphic display shows flow in numerical or graphic format

• Displays logged data

• Extensive diagnostic parameters

• Supports multiple languages: Dutch, English, French,

German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish,

Swedish and others

European Compliance

Battery-powered system complies with EMC Directive

89/336/EEC and transducers comply with PED 97/23/EC for

DN<25

Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flow Transducers

Temperature Ranges

• Standard: –40°F to 300°F (–40°C to 150°C)

• Optional (overall range): –310°F to 572°F

(–190°C to 300°C)

Mountings

Stainless steel chain or strap, welded or magnetic clamping fixtures

Area Classifications

• Standard: General purpose

• Optional: Weatherproof Type 4/IP65

• Optional: Submersible IP67/68

PT878 electronics are designed for general purpose areas.

Transducer Cables

• Standard: One pair of LEMO® coaxial transducer connectors with 25-ft (8-m) cables

• Optional: 1,000-ft (305-m) extension cables available for most transducers

Thickness-Gauge Option

Transducer

Dual-element transducer

Pipe-Thickness Range

0.05 in to 3 in (1.3 mm to 76.2 mm)

Pipe Materials

Most standard metal and plastic pipe materials

Accuracy

±1% typical or ±0.002 in (±0.05 mm)

Thermal Exposure

Continuous operation to 100°F (37°C); intermittent operation to 500°F (260°C) for 10 sec followed by 2 min air cooling

Energy Measurement

Energy Measurement

Calculates energy flow rate and totalized energy.

Requires optional energy kit.

Temperature Transducers

Loop-powered, 4-wire Pt1000 surface-mount RTDs

Accuracy

±0.12°C of temperature)

Range

32°F to 300°F (0°C to 150°C) standard

The accuracy of the energy measurement is a combination of the accuracy of the associated flow and temperature measurements. 1% to 2% of reading is typical for calibrated systems. Not all extremes of parameters can be achieved simultaneously.

Additional Options

PC-Interface Software

The TransPort PT878 communicates with a PC through the infrared interface and Windows® operating systems. Consult the manual for details on sites, logs and other operations with a PC.

Printer

• Infrared, portable, thermal printer with rechargeable battery and 120 to 240 VAC power supply/recharger

• Weight 13 oz (370 g), size 6.3 in x 6.5 in x 2.3 in

(160 mm x 164.2 mm x 59 mm), print width 4 in (104 mm)

RS232-to-Infrared

Infrared adapter plugs into any available serial port to give desktop PCs infrared capability.

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Ordering Information

PT-SYS X X X X X PT878 System

Language 1 English language only

2 German and English languages

3 French and English languages

4 Italian and English languages

5 Spanish (South American) and English languages

6 Spanish (Castilian) and English languages

7 Portuguese and English languages

8 Russian and English languages

9 Swedish and English languages

10 Dutch and English languages

11 Japanese and English languages

Power Cord 1 North American

2 European

3 United Kingdom

Carry Case SC Standard softshell case; Ideal for everyday users

H Optional hard shell case; Ideal for shipping and travel purposes.

Transducer Kit 0 No Transducers

A -40 to 150 °C applications, 2” to 24” pipes (C-RS-402)

B High temperature -40 to 230 °C applications, 1/2” to 2” pipes (CF-LP-2EM-40HM-6)

C -40 to 150 °C applications, 6” and larger pipes (C-RS-401). Requires extensions for up to 48” lines or magnetic clamping fixtures for pipes larger than 24”.

D Combination kit of options A and B

E Combination kit of options A, B and C

F High temperature -20 to 210°C applications, 2” to 24” pipes (C-PT-10-HT)

G Combination kit of options B and F

Accessories TG Thickness Gage

E Energy kit with matched pair Pt 1000, surface mount RTDs with transmitters and I/O cable

C48 Clamping fixture for up to 48 inch lines

IO I/O cable

IR USB to IR Converter

FV 6 Point Flow Verification Test on traceable loop

PT- SYS — — — — —

GreenStar

Ag Management Solutions from John Deere

Innovative technologies, exceptional support

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GreenStar Ag Management Solutions Displays and Receivers

A beacon for profit, at every level

Just as there are different agronomic practices, operators require different accuracy levels. Using our own StarFire™ network we can provide you with a reliable, accurate, and repeatable signal customized to your needs, delivering the accuracy and control you demand.

Get reception that’s made for the shade with the

new StarFire™ 3000 Receiver

If you have heavily-treed fence lines or hilly ground, then you need the new StarFire™ 3000 Receiver. It delivers outstanding reception in shaded conditions, holding a signal longer and reacquiring it faster than any previous model. That means maximum up-time and accuracy for you.

But that’s not all. The StarFire 3000 also provides improved performance in sloping terrain, as well as increased satellite availability through GLONASS

*

, the Russian satellite constellation. Finally, the StarFire 3000 offers the ease of over-the-air receiver activation. Add it all up, and you have a receiver that’s made not just for the shade, but for any conditions you can throw at it.

* GLONASS is in base and is only compatible with RTK accuracy at this time. Additional signals will become available in 2011

StarFire™ 3000

With this receiver you can get started into precision guidance at the accuracy level you need at the time. From Parallel Tracking to precision-guidance

AutoTrac Assisted Steering, to the one-inch, repeatable accuracy of StarFire RTK, the StarFire

3000 Receiver growd with you.

Compatible Displays

:

GreenStar 2 1800 and GreenStar 3 2630

StarFire

300

Easy to install and even easier to afford, the

StarFire 300 and the GreenStar™ Lightbar are ideal for Parallel Tracking.

Compatible Displays

:

GreenStar 2 1800 and GreenStar 3 2630

Accuracy Level

WAAS

SF1

SF2

RTK

¤

*

: +/- 13-in.

: +/- 10-in.

: +/- 4-in.

: +/- 1-in.

StarFire 300

StarFire 3000

SF1 and SF2 accuracy levels are described on a pass to pass basis measured at the receiver, within 15 minutes, 95% of the time.

¤

RTK accuracy is expressed as an absolute value (without +/-) because RTK performance is not subject to GPS drift over time. RTK accuracy levels are described on a static basis measured at the vehicle receiver, 68% of the time within 12 miles line of sight with the base station, assuming unobstructed view of the sky, favorable

PDOP, and correct base station setup.

*WAAS is a government-sponsored differential correction signal with a static accuracy of approximately 75 cm (30 in.). This signal has no guarantee as to how long it will be available or when planned outages for maintenance are scheduled. WAAS is a low-level accuracy that is a free service for John Deere customers. WAAS pass to pass accuracy is +\- 13 inches.

GreenStar Ag Management Solutions Displays and Receivers

Customized signal accuracy

John Deere is the only company in the precision ag market to offer its own differential corrections through the StarFire™ Network, so you know who will be there to support you. It’s true that everyone uses the same raw GPS, but differential correction is a different story.

StarFire™ SF1.

The John Deere-exclusive free SF1 differential correction signal delivers

+/- 10-inch pass-to-pass accuracy, ideal for tillage, seeding, and broadacre spraying.

StarFire™ SF2.

For those users who need higher accuracy, the StarFire 3000 can be upgraded to SF2 Ready. SF2 delivers +/- 4-inch pass-to-pass accuracy, which is ideal for row-crop planting. A SF2 subscription is also required.

StarFire™ RtK.

Use cropping practices that require the ultimate in accuracy? Then go with RTK. It provides +/- 1-inch accuracy and repeatability pass to pass.

Take advantage of a John Deere dealer-owned RTK network, or set up your own.

Dealer-owned RtK networks

Hundreds of millions of acres are covered and supported by John Deere dealer-owned RTK networks. And because the towers are supported by your local dealer, you can operate with the confidence that someone you know and trust will be there to answer your call when you need them.

StarFire™ RtK Radios

The new StarFire™ 450 RTK Radio (FCC license required) offers uncompromising accuracy for cropping practices that demand extreme precision. It increases your signal coverage and maintains RTK’s one-inch accuracy, even in challenging terrain or dense foliage conditions. The StarFire 450 RTK Radio can be used on your tractor, as well as on the same base station as a StarFire 900 RTK Radio. Comfortable with your current signal level? Then opt for the StarFire 900 RTK Radio (no license required).

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GreenStar Ag Management Solutions Specifications

The right support.

There’s certainly an impressive list of reasons to invest in a GreenStar

Precision Ag System… but one of the best reasons is the long line of people who stand behind every product. We encourage you to visit your GreenStar Certified Dealer today. Your dedicated and specially trained AMS consultant is ready to help you get the most out of your

GreenStar experience.

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The support you need, when you need it:

– GreenStar Certified Dealer

– 24/7 phone support, available

362 days a year - 1-888-GRN-STAR

NEW Activation line, effective November 2010: 888-953-3373 www.StellarSupport.com

Display

FeAtuReS

Color screen

Touch Screen

Integrated Display Control

ISOBUS Compatible

USB Data Port

Screen Size

On-Screen Mapping

Boundaries

Flags

Access Manager

Video Capbility

Stand-by Mode

GuIDAnce

AutoTrac

SF1

AutoTrac

SF2

StarFire

RTK

Manual Guidance (Parallel Tracking): Straight

Manual Guidance (Parallel Tracking): Curved

Manual Guidance (Parallel Tracking): Circle

StarFire

Receiver Compatibility

GreenStar

Lightbar Compatible

DocuMentAtIon (GREENSTAR BASICS)

Harvest Doc

Field Doc

Map Based Prescriptions

PRo MoDuleS

Pivot Pro iGuide

™ iTEC

Pro

Surface Water Pro

Surface Water Pro

Plus

Swath Control Pro

AutoTrac RowSense

APPlIcAtIon

Harvest Monitor

GreenStar

Rate Controller: Multiple Product

GreenStar

Rate Controller: Single Product

SprayStar

SeedStar

SpreadStar

™ iSteer

™ iGrade

GS3 2630*

*

10.4 in.

*

GS2 1800*

7 in.

GS lightbar

GuIDAnce

Guidance Type

Parallel Tracking

Benefits Accuracy

High value, low-cost manual guidance system – perfect for tillage, chemical applications, fertilizer treatments, or harvesting.

+/- 13 inch pass-to-pass

SF1

SF2

RTK

Hands-free assisted steering that reduces operator fatigue, boosts pass-to-pass accuracy, reduces inputs, and lets you operate at fast speeds, at night, or in low visibility conditions.

+/- 10 inch pass-to-pass

Hands-free assisted steering that reduces operator fatigue, boosts pass-to-pass accuracy, reduces inputs, and lets you operate at fast speeds, at night, or in low visibility conditions.

+/- 4 inch pass-to-pass

Hands-free assisted steering that reduces operator fatigue, boosts pass-to-pass accuracy, reduces inputs, and lets you operate at fast speeds, at night, or in low visibility conditions.

One-inch, repeatable

Integrated AutoTrac

Integrated AutoTrac vehicle kits provide automatic guidance on newer John Deere vehicles. Pair integrated AutoTrac with your desired signal level (SF1, SF2, or RTK) for optimal accuracy, without sacrificing cab space.

You'll get precision guidance that reduces operator fatigue, boosts pass-to-pass accuracy, reduces inputs, and lets you operate more efficiently in a variety of conditions.

Dependent on signal used

AutoTrac

Controller

AutoTrac Controller is an integrated automatic guidance option for select non-John Deere tractors. It allows you to take advantage of all the in-field benefits of integrated AutoTrac.

Dependent on signal used

AutoTrac

Universal

The AutoTrac Universal steering kit is used for automatic guidance in older John Deere or non-

John Deere vehicles. Its use helps reduce operator fatigue, boost pass-to-pass accuracy, reduces inputs, and lets you operate more efficiently in a variety of conditions..

Dependent on signal used

InFoRMAtIon MAnAGeMent

Farm and Fleet Management

Apex

Description

Open architecture farm management software specifically designed for precision ag data and systems.

JDLink

Select

JDLink

Ultimate

All-makes, all-model telematics, web-based fleet management application compatible with 12- or

24-V power source.

JDLink Ultimate offers the same features as JDLink

Select, as well as advanced functionality, including remote diagnostics. It is available on 30 Series Tractors, new Model Year 2011 8R Tractors, and 7X50 Series

Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters.

GS3 2630

GS2 1800

DocuMentAtIon

Documentation Applications

Field Doc

Basic

Description

Collect and record data about field conditions, tillage practices, fertilizer rates, seed varieties and populations, weather conditions, and more.

Map Based Prescriptions

Lets you use soil analysis data, elevation maps, yield summaries, and more to create field-specific farming prescriptions. Then you can better place inputs, and get more from every acre.

Harvest Doc

For 60 and 70 Series Combines, also compatible with 00,

10, and 50 Series Combines with upgrades. Collect and map raw yield, moisture, and position data. Record field boundaries, loads, field conditions, and weather, as well as machine and operator productivity. Compatible with all GreenStar applications including Parallel Tracking and AutoTrac.

HarvestLab

Precisely measures forage crop moisture at harvest.

GS Lightbar

StarFire™ 3000 and StarFire™ RTK Radio

See your John Deere Dealer for a list of compatible older-model GreenStar

Displays.

*Certain receivers may not have the compatibility required for certain Pro Modules and applications.

Please see your dealer for more information on receivers.

±

GLONASS is the Russian satellite constellation. It is in base on the StarFire

3000 Receiver and is only compatible with RTK accuracy at this time. Additional signals will become available in 2011.

StarFire™ 300

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Easy to buy, easy to own.

We make sure nothing stands between you and the GreenStar

products you need.

When you’re ready to make the leap to GreenStar precision, we’re ready with financing

* options, attractive rates and flexible terms to make your decision and your access to our products easy and affordable.

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MediaSensor™ Absolute, Sealed, Gage Pressure Sensors

Family Product Overview

Product Description

The MediaSensor

™ (P51) family of bulk micro-machined, absolute, sealed and gage pressure sensors are for both harsh and benign media with superior accuracy over an

operating temperature of -40°C to 105°C. These compact, robust sensors measure pressures from 3 PSI to 5,000 PSI and are well suited for a variety of automotive, industrial and commercial applications.

Product Features

Superb Accuracy: o +/- 0.5% Full Scale for 75 PSI to 5000 PSI o +/- 1% Full Scale for 15 PSI to 60 PSI o +/- 2% Full Scale for 3 PSI to 10 PSI

Pressure Ranges: 3 PSI to 5,000 PSI

Electronics: o 0.5

– 4.5 Volt output (with 5V input) o 0.5

– 4.5 Volt output with overvoltage protection

(with 5V input) o 1-5 Volt output (with 8 - 30V input) o 4

– 20 mA output (with 8 - 30V input)

Temperature Range: -40°C to 105°C

Maximum Flexibility: Custom ASIC provides signal conditioning for calibration and temperature compensation.

Standard and custom options available for OEM quantities

Excellent price/performance ratio

MediaSensor

Family of Pressure Sensors with

integrated signal conditioning

Compact, Robust Package: All laser-welded stainless steel design for optimal media isolation in compact size

Chemical Compatibilities: Any gas or liquid compatible with 304L & 316L Stainless Steel. For example, Motor Oil, Diesel, Hydraulic fluid, brake fluid, water, waste water, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, and Air.

Typical Applications: Refrigeration; Fuel Cells; Pumps;

Hydraulics; Process Control; Spraying Systems;

Pneumatics; Compressors; Flow; Robotics; Agriculture;

Hydrogen Storage

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MediaSensor™ Absolute, Sealed, Gage Pressure Sensors

Family Product Overview

Standard Full Scale Pressure Ranges

Gage: 3, 5,10, 15, 25, 30, 50, 60, 75, 100, 120, 130,

200, 225, 250 and 300 PSIG

Sealed: 50, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 750, 1000,

1500, 2000, 3000 and 5000 PSIS

Absolute: 15, 30, 50, 65, 75, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300,

500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, and 3000 PSIA

Measurement Technology

In general, pressure measurement technology translates force from an induced pressure into an electrical quantity.

The MediaSensor

™ family of pressure transducers and transmitters use piezoresistive technology for its sensor signal processing to measure pressure.

Absolute MediaSensors

™ measure pressure relative to perfect Vacuum pressure (0 PSI) which remains unchanged regardless of temperature, location or other ambient conditions such as weather. Absolute MediaSensors

™ are calibrated to have 0.5 Vdc, 1 Vdc, or 4 mA respectively at 0

PSIA.

There are two different gauge pressure conventions

Vented Gauge and Sealed Gauge. Gauge MediaSensors

™ measure pressure relative to ambient room pressure through a port that is vented (open) to the atmosphere.

Gauge MediaSensors

™ are calibrated to have 0.5 Vdc, 1

Vdc, or 4 mA respectively at 0 PSIG.

A micro-machined stainless steel convoluted diaphragm with a silicon crystal semiconductor is used. Strain gauges

(resistive elements) in the silicon crystal are used in a

Wheatstone Bridge circuit. When pressure is applied, the resistivity of the strain gauges changes proportional to the pressure applied. Since a single silicon crystal is used it has a low mechanical hysteresis with good linearity.

One leg of the bridge measures the input pressures port.

The other leg of the bridge is connected to the reference port the input pressure port is compared to. The connection to this reference port determines the pressure sensing convention used.

Sealed MediaSensors

™ measure pressure relative to a port that is connected to a sealed perfect vacuum chamber.

Sealed MediaSensors

™ are calibrated to 14.5 PSI absolute. Sealed MediaSensors

™ are calibrated to have

0.5Vdc, 1 Vdc, or 4 mA respectively at 14.5 PSIA.

The MediaSensor

™ takes the two voltage output ports of the Wheatstone bridge and amplifies the signal.

Piezoresistive pressure sensors are sensitive to changes in temperature. The MediaSensor

™ uses signal conditioning to compensate for temperature and calibration. The output signal is then converted into one of four forms:

1) 0.5

– 4.5 Volt ratiometric output (transducer)

2) 0.5

– 4.5 V ratiometric output with Overvoltage protection (transducer)

The MediaSensor

™ family comes in a choice of three pressure sensing type conventions: absolute, gauge

(vented or sealed).

3) 1

– 5 volt output (transducer)

4) 4

– 20 mA output (transmitters)

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Ratiometric outputs vary as a ratio of the supply voltage.

Transmitters are very suitable in applications that use long cables. There is virtually no error from voltage drop introduced from the wire resistance when sending the signal as a current. They are also less sensitive to electromagnetic interference.

Some piezoresistive pressure transducers use only an unprotected silicon sensing element. Silicon is a brittle crystalline material, which can sometimes crack under severe cold transient environments.

The MediaSensor™ pressure transducer uses an additional 316L stainless steel convoluted diaphragm with a protective non-silicone oil to protect the sensitive silicon sensing element from the harsh media and environmental conditions. The 316L stainless steel diaphragm not only provides for optimal water and chemical media isolation for the silicon crystal sensing element but can handle cold temperature transients without sustaining damage.

Under cold transient conditions and within our operating temperature range, the oil does not gel and acts as a buffer for the silicon sensing element from the extreme temperature transients found in certain applications such as refrigeration.

MediaSensor

™ Compensations Features

All the compensation circuitry is internal to the

MediaSensor

™ pressure transducer. No external compensation modules are needed.

1) Zero balancing (Null Offset) Calibration

During manufacturing the Wheatstone Bridge resistive elements are closely matched and compensated, however an offset voltage (due to resistance differences) may still exist. SSI MediaSensor

™ compensates for this offset over operating temperature range (refer to Table 1).

2) Span Calibration

The resistance of silicon gauges is temperature dependent.

The span will shift with temperature to a final stabilized value as it warms up. SSI MediaSensor

™ compensates for this span variation over operating temperature range.

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Typical Connections

The following torque limits should be used when mounting the MediaSensor

™ pressure port.

Straight Thread w/O-Ring: Recommended Torque

High Pressure (> 750

PSI)

300 in lb

All others with out 150 in lb

Port types T, U, Y

Parts with Ports T,U, Y

NPTF Thread:

120 in lb

2 T.F.F.T. (Turns From Finger Tight)

MediaSensor

™ 4 -20mA Output connections:

1) Connect the Power Lead (Red) to the + terminal of the supply voltage.

2) Connect the Return Lead (White) to the + terminal of the current measuring device

3) Connect the

– terminal of the current measuring device to the

– terminal of the supply voltage.

MediaSensor

™ Voltage Output connections:

1) Connect the Power Lead (Red) to the + terminal of the supply voltage.

2) Connect the Ground Lead (Black) and the

– terminal of the supply voltage to

– input of your voltage measurement equipment.

3) Connect the Vout Lead (White) to the + input of your voltage measurement equipment.

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Packaging

MediaSensor

™ is readily available in a large selection of standard packaging options. MediaSensor

™ offers an integral harness with 6 standard lengths and four standard readily available connectors (Packard, Deutsch, M12 and

Mini DIN). In addition, SSI will work with the customer to meet their needs with custom options for large volumes orders. (I.e... special fittings & connectors; special pressure ranges; operating temperature; and increased accuracy).

Integral Harness (

Standard lengths of 6”, 12”, 18”, 24”, 36” and 72”). The Harness can be constructed of either PVC

Jacketed 18 or 24 AWG Wire.

Wire Color

Red - Power

White - Return

Integral Harness Transmitter (4 to 20 mA)

Wire Color

Red - Power

White - Vout

Black - Ground

Integral Harness Transducer(1 to 5 Vdc or 0.5 to 4.5Vdc)

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Standard Connector Options

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Not Used

3 - Return

Packard Connector Transmitter

(4 to 20 mA)

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Ground

3 - Vout

Packard Connector Transducer

(1 to 5 Vdc or 0.5 to 4.5Vdc)

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Not Used

3 - Return

Deutsch Connector Transmitter

(4 to 20 mA)

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Ground

3 - Vout

Deutsch Connector Transducer

(1 to 5 Vdc or 0.5 to 4.5Vdc)

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Pin 1 - Power

2 - Return

3

– Not Used

4

– Not Used

M12 Connector Transmitter

(4 to 20 mA)

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Ground

3

– Vout

4

– Not Used

M12 Connector Transducer

(1 to 5 Vdc or 0.5 to 4.5Vdc)

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Return

3

– Not Used

4

– Not Used

DIN 43650 Transmitter Connector

Pin 1 - Power

2 - Vout

3

– Ground

4

– Not Used

DIN 43650 Transducer Connector

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Integral Harness with 22mm Hex

Integral Harness with 5/8” Hex

Harness Construction: PVC Jacketed 18 or 24 AWG Wire

Fo

Please visit our website at http://www.ssitechnologies.com for a more information and a listing of all the series of pressure sensors in the MediaSensor

™ family or call SSI toll-free at 1- 888- 477- 4320

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Cole-Parmer High-Accuracy Pressure Transducers - 0 to 50 psig Cole-Parmer

®

±0.25%-Accuracy Gauge Transmitter, 0.5 to 5.5 V Output

Specifications

Product Type

Wetted materials

Temp range (compensated)

Accuracy

Range

Pressure transducers

17-4 PH SS

-4° to 176°F (-20° to 80°C)

±0.25% full-scale

0 to 50 psi

Output

Process connection

Electrical connections

Power

0.5 to 5.5 V

1/4" NPT(M)

2-ft (0.6-m) cable

9 to 30 VDC

CE Compliance

Brand

Yes

Cole-Parmer

Manufacturer number 2091-050P-G-2M-24-02-CP1

Cole-Parmer Canada Inc.

210-5101 Buchan St. Montreal, QC H4P 2R9 Canada

Phone: 514-355-6100 Fax: 514-355-7119 e-mail: [email protected]

Cole-Parmer Web Sites: United States| Canada | China | United Kingdom | India

 

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RAD-ISM-900-RX

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Receiver to expand point-to-multipoint connections, for unidirectional wireless 900 MHz transmission system (America)

 

Commercial data

EAN

Pack

Customs tariff

Catalog page information

Technical data

Wireless path

Direction

Frequency range

Number of channel groups

Number of channels per group

Analog output (receiver)

Output name

Current output signal

Load/output load current output

Digital output (receiver)

Output name

4 017918 929589

1 pcs.

85389091

Page 668 (IF-2011)

Uni-directional

902 MHz ... 928 MHz

4

63

Current output

4 mA ... 20 mA

700 Ω (at U

B

= 24 V, R

B

= [U

B

-10 V] / 20 mA)

2 x relay output + 1 x RF link

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Contact type

Contact material

Maximum switching voltage

Limiting continuous current

Mechanical service life

Service life, electrical

Supply (receiver)

Supply voltage

Supply voltage range

Typical current consumption

Max. current consumption

General data

Width

Height

Depth

Ambient temperature (operation)

Ambient temperature (storage/transport)

Mounting position

Assembly instructions

Housing material

Conformance

UL, USA / Canada

Connection data

Conductor cross section solid min.

Conductor cross section solid max.

Conductor cross section stranded min.

Conductor cross section stranded max.

Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil min.

Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil max

Connection method

Stripping length

Screw thread

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3 floating PDT contacts

Ag, gold-plated

30 V DC

120 V AC

0.5 A

1 x 10

7

8 x 10 5 cycles at a switching current of 0.5 A

24 V DC (at U

B

)

12 V DC ... 30 V DC

85 mA

125 mA

17.5 mm

99 mm

114.5 mm

-40 °C ... 70 °C

-40 °C ... 85 °C

Any on standard DIN rail NS 35 in accordance with EN 60715

Polyamide PA non-reinforced

FCC Directive, Part 15.247

ISC Directive RSS 210

Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D

0.2 mm²

2.5 mm²

0.2 mm²

2.5 mm²

24

14

Screw connection

8 mm

M3

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Address

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RAD-ISM-900-TX-DC

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Transmitter as replacement device, for unidirectional, wireless 900

MHz transmission system (America)

 

Commercial data

Pack

Customs tariff

1 pcs.

85299072

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Certificates

Certification Ex: CUL-EX LIS, UL-EX LIS

Accessories

Item Designation

Cable/conductor

2867238 RAD-CAB-LMR400-100

2867380

2867393

RAD-CAB-LMR400-60

RAD-CAB-LMR400-80

2885184

2885197

2867597

2867377

2867225

RAD-CAB-LMR600-150

RAD-CAB-LMR900-200

RAD-CAB-RG213-25

RAD-CAB-RG213-40

RAD-CAB-RG213-50

Description

Antenna extension cable, length: 100 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 60 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 80 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 150 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 200 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 25 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 40 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 50 ft

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2867364

2867212

RAD-CAB-RG58-10

RAD-CAB-RG58-20

Antenna extension cable, length: 10 ft

Antenna extension cable, length: 20 ft

General

2867050

2867160

2867199

2867791

2885579

2867801

2867827

2867830

2867814

Plug/Adapter

2867607

2867717

2885621

RAD-CON-MCX-MCX-SS

RAD-CON-MCX-N-SB

RAD-CON-MCX-RPSMA-EX

2885207

2867403

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-4

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-OMNI-0-6

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-OMNI-5

4-way distributor for antenna signals (antenna splitter), MCX connection (female)

Omnidirectional antenna, IP65 protection, cable length 2 m, connection MCX (male)

Omnidirectional antenna, IP65 protection, gain 7 dBi, connection

N (female)

Omnidirectional antenna, IP65 protection, gain 5 dBi, connection

N (female)

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-OMNI-FG-3-

N

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-OMNI-FG-6-

N

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-YAGI-3-N

Omnidirectional antenna, IP65 protection, gain 8 dBi, connection

N (female)

Panel antenna, IP65 protection, gain 5 dBi, cable length 1.5 m, connection N (female)

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-

YAGI-6.5-25-AS

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-

YAGI-6.5-50-AS

Panel antenna with surge protection, adapter cable MCX->N and assembly material, IP65 protection, gain 8.5 dBi, cable length 7.6

m, connection N (female)

Panel antenna with surge protection, adapter cable MCX->N and assembly material, IP65 protection, gain 8.5 dBi, cable length 15.2

m, connection N (female)

RAD-ISM-900-ANT-YAGI-6.5-N Panel antenna, IP65 protection, gain 8.5 dBi, cable length 1.5 m, connection N (female)

RAD-CON-MCX90-N-SS

RAD-CON-SMA-N-SS

Adapter cable, pigtail 30 cm SMA (m) -> N (m)

Adapter cable, pigtail 120 cm MCX(m) -> N(f)

Adapter cable for Ex zone 1, pigtail 90 cm MCX (m) -> RPSMA

(m)

Adapter cable, pigtail 120 cm 90° MCX(m) -> N(m)

Adapter cable, pigtail 120 cm SMA(m) -> N(m)

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Wireless transceiver (transmitter and receiver) with RS-232 interface, for 900 MHz ISM band (America)

 

Commercial data

Pack

Customs tariff

Catalog page information

Technical data

Wireless set

Set contents

Wireless path

Direction

Frequency range

Transmission power

Number of channel groups

Number of channels per group

Serial interface

Name

Data rate

Connection method

File format/coding

Data flow control/protocols

1 pcs.

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1 transceiver

Bi-directional

902 MHz ... 928 MHz

1 W

4

63

RS-232

1,2 / 2,4 / 9,6 / 19,2 / 38,4 kBit/s

9-pos. D-SUB (female connector)

Asynchronous

RTS/CTS

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Supply

Supply voltage

Supply voltage range

Typical current consumption

Max. current consumption

General data

Width

Height

Depth

Ambient temperature (operation)

Ambient temperature (storage/transport)

Degree of protection

Mounting position

Assembly instructions

Housing material

Conformance

UL, USA / Canada

Connection data

Conductor cross section solid min.

Conductor cross section solid max.

Conductor cross section stranded min.

Conductor cross section stranded max.

Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil min.

Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil max

Connection method

Stripping length

Screw thread

24 V DC

9 V DC ... 30 V DC

110 mA

180 mA

22.5 mm

75 mm

107.5 mm

-40 °C ... 70 °C

-40 °C ... 85 °C

IP20

Any on standard DIN rail NS 35 in accordance with EN 60715

Polyamide PA non-reinforced

FCC Directive, Part 15.247

ISC Directive RSS 210

Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D

0.2 mm²

4 mm²

0.2 mm²

2.5 mm²

24

12

Screw connection

8 mm

M3

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Product Family

Overview

Overview

With the SVX9000series sensorless vector control, Eaton's expanded covers a complete line of PWM adjustable frequency (speed) drives in ratings from:

. 208V- 3/4 to 100 hp IH;

1 to 100 hp IL

. 230V- 3/4to 100hp IH;

1 to 100 hp IL

. 480V

1 to

1900 hp IH;

1-1/2 to

2200 hp IL

.

575V

-

2 to 2000 hp IH;

3 to 2300 hp IL

The 9000X Family of Drives includes

HVX9000,SVX9000,SLX9000 and

SPX9000 drives. 9000X Series drive ratings are rated for either high overload (lH)or low overload (lL).ILindicates 110% overload capacity for 1 minute out of 10 minutes. IH indicates

150% overload capacity for 1 minute out of 10 minutes.

A full range of enclosure types and options are available to meet a wide array of applications - from simple variable torque to more complex industrial applications such as conveyors, mixers and machine controls.

Application Description

ApplicationEngineering

Proper selection and application of all drive system components is essential to assure that an adjustable frequency drive system will safely and reliably provide the performance required for any given application. The party responsible for the overall design and operation of the facility must make sure that qualified personnel are employed to select all components of the drive system, including appropriate safety devices. Eaton's Cutler-Hammer

AF Drives Application Engineering

Department is prepared to provide assistance to answer any questions about the technical capabilities of

Cutler-Hammer drives.

MotorSelection

The basic requirement of motor selection is to match the torque vs. speed capability of the motor to the torque vs. speed requirement of the driven load.

Motor Torque vs.Speed

Capability

As the speed of a motor is reduced below its 60 Hz base speed, motor cooling becomes less effective because ofthe reduced speed of the self-cooling fan. This limitation determines the maximum torque for continuous operation at any operating speed. The maximum intermittent operating torque is determined by the motor's torque vs. current characteristics and the output current capability of the adjustable frequency controller.

Multiple MotorOperation

A number of motors can be connected in parallel to a single controller. Since the frequency of the power supplied by the controller is the same for each motor, the motors will always operate at the same speed. Application Engineering assistance must be requested for all multiple motor applications to assure compliance with all controller design limitations.

Special Typesof Motors

Standard NEMADesigns A and B three-phase motors are the only motors recommended for use in the majority of applications, but other types of motors are occasionally used.

Ifthe existing motor used in the application or the motor proposed for use with the drive system is a type other than NEMADesign A or B, Application

Engineering assistance must be requested to make certain that the drive is properly applied.

Controller Selection

The basic requirement of controller selection is to match the output current, voltage and frequency capabilities of the controller with the requirements of the connected motor.

Output Current

The controller must be selected and applied such that the average operating motor current and horsepower do not exceed the continuous current and horsepower ratings of the controller.

The intermittent operating current must not exceed the intermittent current rating of the controller.

Motor Protection

Cutler-Hammer adjustable frequency drives include electronic motor overload protection circuits that are designed to meet the requirements of

NECarticle 430-2 provided that only one motor is connected to the output of the controller.

Output Voltage and Frequency

When they are shipped, AF controllers are adjusted to provide a maximum output voltage and frequency equivalent to the input line voltage and frequency.

The controllers can be adjusted to operate above line frequency, but a hazard of personal injury or equipment damage may exist when the motor is operated above base speed. Before adjusting the drive to operate above line frequency, make sure that the motor and the driven machinery can safely be operated at the resulting speed.

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Product Family Overview

Controller Features

OperatorControlandInterface

Requirements .

Sincethere are many possible configurations and many ways of achieving a specific end result, it pays to consider the operator control and interface requirements carefully. A simplified and more economical drive package can often be achieved by selecting from standard product offerings rather than specifying a custom designed configuration.

InstallationCompatibility

The successful application of an AC drive requires the assurance that the drive will be compatible with the environment in which it will be installed. In planning the installation, be sure to carefully consider the heat produced by the drive, the altitude and temperature limits and the need for clean cooling air. Other important considerations include acoustical noise, vibration, electromagnetic compatibility, power quality, controller input harmonic current and power distribution equipment requirements.

Adjustable drives are generally designed to have a motor directly connected to the controller output terminals with no other equipment connected in series or parallel. Motor starters, disconnect switches, surge absorbers, dvjdt suppression circuits, output chokes, output transformers and any other equipment under consideration for installation on the output of the controller should not be installed without first requesting Application

Engineering assistance. Power factor correction capacitors must never, under any circumstances, be connected at the output of the controller.

They would serve no useful purpose, and they may damage the controller.

EnclosureDefinitions

.

NEMAType 1 - Enclosures are intended for indoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against contact with enclosed equipment and provide a degree of protection against a limited amount of falling dirt in locations where unusual service conditions do not exist. Top or side openings in the

NEMAType 1 enclosure allow for the free exchange of inside and outside air while meeting the UL rod entry and rust resistance design tests.

. NEMAType 12 - Enclosures are intended for indoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against circulating dust, falling dirt and dripping noncorrosive liquids.

To meet ULdrip, dust and rust resistance tests, NEMAType 12 enclosures have no openings to allow for the exchange of inside and outside air.

.

Chassis IPOO - Similar to Protected

Chassis IP20except powerterminals are protected by plastic shielding only. Primarily intended to be mounted inside a surrounding protective enclosure.

.

NEMA3R

-

Similar in design to

NEMAType 12 except with more stringent design and test requirements.

Motor Protection

DViDTandPeakMotorVoltageSolutions

Today's AFD products offer significantly improved performance, but at the potential cost of motor insulation stress. The fast switching time of the

IGBTdevices used in newer AFDs can cause a transmission line effect in the output power leads to the motor, leading to possibly damaging voltage levels. To meet this need, NEMAhas introduced a motor in MG1, Part 31, which provides an insulation system designed to maintain normal motor life in AFD applications. For existing motors, a motor protection scheme is required for longer cable runs. Eaton offers three standard solutions for existing systems.

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MotoRx

This patented Cutler-Hammer solution provides an energy recovery system which clamps the peak motor voltage to a safe level for standard motors. This option is used when the distance between a single motor and the drive is 600 feet or less.

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Output Line Reactor

This option provides an output line reactor, reducing the DVjDTof the

AFDoutput voltage and lessening the transmission line effect, to lower the peak voltage at the motor terminals.

Product Availability Codes

The product availability codes indicate the type of facility (warehouse, Mod Center or factory) that the product will ship from and, if it is not in stock, the number of working days needed to assemble the product from receipt of the order to shipment from the designated facility. Please note that this lead-time does not include any in-transit time from our facility to your facility.

Table 1. Product Availability Codes

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Codes

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Descripti on w

Warehouse stocked item. Shipped on customer request date. Ifitem is backordered, please check VistaNISTALINEor contact your Customer Support Center for product availability.

F1

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory within 1 working day after receipt of order on Vista.

FA

FB

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory within 2 of order on Vista.

-

3 working days after receipt

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory within 4 order on Vista.

-

10 working days after receipt of

FC

FD

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory within 11 - 15 working days after receipt of order on Vista.

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory within 16 order on Vista.

-

20 working days after receipt of

FP

MA

MB

Factory assemble-to-order.

Shipped from factory on negotiated promise date.

Mod Center assemble-to-order.

Shipped from Mod Center within 1 receipt of order on Vista.

-

3 working days after

Mod Center assemble-to-order.

Shipped from Mod Center within 4 receipt of order on Vista.

-

10 working days after

MP

Mod Center assemble-to-order.

Shipped from Mod Center on negotiated promise date.

Product availability codes contained herein for a given product may be quantity sensitive and are subject to change without notice. For the most current information, refer to the Product Identification Inquiry (PIN) screen on Vista.

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ProductDescription

[email protected] SVX9000 Series

Adjustable Frequency Drives from

Eaton's electrical business are the next generation of drives specifically engineered for today's commercial and industrial applications. The power unit makes use of the most sophisticated semiconductor technology and a highly modular construction that can be flexibly adapted to the customer's needs.

The input and output configuration

(I/O) is designed with modularity in mind. The I/O is compromised of option cards, each with its own input and output configuration.

The control module is designed to accept a total of five of these cards. The cards contain not only normal analog and digital inputs but also field bus cards.

These drives continue the tradition of robust performance, and raise the bar on features and functionality, ensuring the best solution at the right price.

. The SVX can be flexibly adapted to a variety of needs using our preinstalled "Seven in One" Precision application programs consisting of:

CJBasic

SVX9000 Open Drives

Features

. Robustdesign - proven

500,000 hours MTBF

.

Integrated 3% line reactors standard on drives from FR4 through FR9

. EMI/RFI

H standard up to

200 hp IH 480V, 100 hp IH 230V

. Simplified operating menu allows for typical programming changes, while programming mode provides control of everything

. Quick Start Wizard built into the programming of the drive ensures a smooth start-up

.

Keypad can display up to three monitored parameters simultaneously

. LOCAL/REMOTE operation from keypad

. Copy/Paste function allows transfer of parameter settings from one drive to the next

.

Standard NEMA Type 12 keypad on all drives u Standard u Local/Remote

CJMulti Step Speed Control u PID Control

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0 Multi-Purpose Control u Pump and Fan Control with Auto

Change

. AdditionalI/O and communication cards provide plug and play functionality

.

I/O connections with simple quick connection terminals.

. ULListed

. Hand-Held Auxiliary 240 Power Sup, ply allows programming/monitoring of control module without applying full power to the drive

. Control logic can be powered from an external auxiliary control panel, internal drive functions and fieldbus if necessary

.

Brake Chopper standard from:

1

-

30 hp/380 - 500V

3/4 - 15 hp/208 - 230V

.

NEMA Type land NEMA Type 12 enclosures available, Frame Sizes

FR4 - FR9

.

Open Chassis FR10 and greater

.

NEMA Type 1 and NEMA Type 12 available in FR10 Freestanding design; NEMA Type 1 available in

FR11 Freestanding design

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Standard option board configuration includes an A9 I/O board and an

A2 relay output board installed in slots A and B

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Technical Data and Specifications

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Table 2.SVX9000

Description

Input Ratings

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Specification

Input Voltage(Vin)

Input Frequency (fin)

Connection to Power

High Withstand Rating

+10%1-15%

50/60 Hz (variation up to 45

-

66 Hz)

Once per minute or less (typical operation)

100 kAlC

Output Ratings

Output Voltage

0 to Vin

Continuous Output

Current

Frequency Resolution

IH rated 100% at 122°F (50°C), FR9 and below

IL rated 100% at 104°F (40°C), FR9 and below

IH/IL100% at 104°F (40°C), FR10 and above

'Overload Current (lH/IL)

150% IH, 110% ILfor 1 min.

Output Frequency

0 to 320 Hz

.01 Hz

Initial Output Current (IH) 250% for 2 seconds

Control Characteristics

Control Method

Switching Frequency

Frame 4-6

Frame 7

-

12

Frequency Control (V/f)

Open Loop: Sensorless Vector Control,

Closed Loop: SPX9000 Drives Only

Adjustable with Parameter 2.6.9

1 to 16 kHz; default 10 kHz

1 to 10kHz; default 3.6 kHz

Frequency Reference

Field Weakening Point

Acceleration TIme

Deceleration TIme

Analog Input: Resolution .1% (10-bit), accuracy'" 1% V/Hz

Panel Reference: Resolution .01 Hz

30 to 320 Hz

0 to 3000 sec.

0 to 3000 sec,

Braking Torque

Ambient Conditions

Ambient Operating

Temperature

DC brake: 30% x Tn (without brake option)

Storage Temperature

Relative Humidity

Air Quality

Altitude

Vibration

Shock

Enclosure Class

14°F (-10°C), no frost to 122°F (+50°C) IH

(FR4

-

FR9)

14°F (-10°C), no frost to 104°F (+40°C)IH

(FR10 and up)

14°F (-10°C), no frost to 104°F (+40°C) IL

(all frames)

-40°F (-40°C) to 158°F (70°C)

0 to 95% RH, noncondensing, non-corrosive, no dripping water

Chemical vapors: IEC 721-3-3, unit in operation, class 3C2; Mechanical particles:

IEC 721-3-3, unit in operation, class 3S2

100% load capacity (no derating) up to 3280 ft. (1000m); 1% derating for each

328 ft, (100m) above 3280 ft. (1000m); max. 9842 ft. (3000m)

EN 50178, EN 60068-2-6; 5 to 50 Hz,

Displacement amplitude 1 mm (peak) at

3 to 15.8 Hz, Max. acceleration amplitude 1G at 15.8 to 150 Hz

EN 50178, EN 60068-2-27 UPS Drop test (for applicable UPS weights) Storage and shipping: max. 15G, 11 ms (in package)

NEMA 1/1P21 or NEMA 12/1P54,

Open Chassis/lP20

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Description

Standards

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Specification

Product IEC 61800-2

UL 508C

Safety

EMC (at default settings) Immunity: Fulfills all EMC immunity requirements; Emissions: EN 61800-3, LEVELH

Control Connections

Analog Input Voltage

Analog Input Current

Digital Inputs (6)

0 to 10V, R = 200 kQ (-10 to 10V joystick control) Resolution .1%; accuracy ",1%

0(4) to 20 mA; Ri

-

250Q differential

Positive or negative logic; 18 to 30V DC

+24V ",15%, max. 250 mA

+10V +3%, max.load

10 mA

Auxiliary Voltage

Output Reference Voltage

Analog Output

0(4) to 20 mA; RL max. 500Q; Resolution

10 bit; Accuracy ",2%

Open collector output, 50 mA/48V

Digital Outputs

Relay Outputs

2 programmable Form C relay outputs

Switching capacity: 24V DC I 8A,

250V AC I 8A. 125V DCI O.4A

Protections

Overcurrent Protection

Trip limit 4.0 x IHinstantaneously

Overvoltage Protection

Yes

Undervoltage Protection

Yes

Earth Fault Protection

In case of earth fault in motor or motor cable, only the frequency converter is protected

Input Phase Supervision Trips if any of the input phases are missing

Motor Phase Supervision

Trips if any of the output phases are missing

Overtemperature

Protection

Yes

Motor Overload

Protection

Yes

Motor Stall Protection

Motor Underload

Protection

Yes

Yes

Short Circuit Protection

Yes (+24V and +10V Reference Voltages)

Table

3.

Standard I/O Specifications

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Description

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Specification

6

-

Digital Input Programmable

24V: "0"" 10V,"1"" 18V,Ri> 5 kD

2

2

-

Analog Input Configurable w/Jumpers

Voltage: 0

- '"

1OV,Ri > 200 kO

Current: 0 (4)

-

20 mA, Ri = 250 kD

-

Digital Output Programmable Form C Relays 250V AC 2 Amp or

30V DC2 Amp resistive

1

1

-

Digital Output Programmable Open collector 48V DC 50 mA

-

Analog Output Programmable

0

-

20 mA, RL < 500 ohms,

Configurable w/Jumper resolution 10 Bits/0.1%

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