Sultan Manual - Hawk Measurement

Sultan Manual - Hawk Measurement

Acoustic Wave Series

- Level, Flow, Positioning, Collision Protection -

A higher level of performance

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CONTENTS

General Description, Features

PROPRIETARY NOTICE

The information contained in this publication is derived in part from proprietary and patent data. This information has been prepared for the express purpose of assisting operating and maintenance personnel in the efficient use of the instrument described herein. Publication of this information does not convey any rights to use or reproduce it, or to use for any purpose other than in connection with the installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment described herein.

WARNING

This instrument contains electronic components that are susceptible to damage by static electricity. Proper handling procedures must be observed during the removal, installation, or handling of internal circuit boards or devices:

Handling Procedure:

1. Power to unit must be removed prior to commencement of any work.

2. Personnel must be grounded, via wrist strap or other safe, suitable means, before any printed circuit board or other internal devices are installed, removed or adjusted.

3. Printed circuit boards must be transported in a conductive bag or other conductive container. Boards must not be removed from protective container until the immediate time of installation. Removed boards must be placed immediately in a protective container for transport, storage, or return to factory.

Comments:

This instrument is not unique in its content of ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive components. Most modern electronic designs contain components that utilize metal oxide technology (NMOS, CMOS, etc.). Experience has proven that even small amounts of static electricity can damage or destroy these devices.

Damaged components, even though they appear to function properly, exhibit early failure.

Typical Applications

Application References

Dimensions

- Smart, Integral, Remote Units

- Suggested Mounting Dimensions

Mounting

- Typical Installations

- Installation Guide

- Open Channel Flow

Wiring

- Terminal Layouts

- Remote Transducers

- 4-20mA output

- Relay Functions

- Cross Talk Prevention

- Multidrop Connections

- 2 Wire Unit Communications

- HawkLink GSM

- Test Terminal

- Lightning Protection

Setup Procedure

- Level Measurement

- Average Level

- Differential Level

- Open Channel Flow

- Positioning Measurement

- Gain Adjustment

- Recover Adjustment

- Setting the System

- Special Application Setup Examples

Software Menus

- Entering Data

- Software Tree

- Volume Adjustment

- Quickset

- Transducer Setup

- Output Adjustment

- Comms

Advanced menus

- Tracking

- Differential Level

- Factory

Diagnostic Displays

Error codes

Sultan Safety Instructions

Part Numbering

Specifications

Sound Velocity Table

CE Declaration & Certificates

Contact Information

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION FEATURES

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The Sultan series is a range of leading edge level instruments using Hawk’s

Acoustic Wave technology. The range includes simple and also full featured level and position transmitters and switches.

Functions are included for basic level or position measurement, vessel linearisation, differential or average level using two sensors, and open channel flow calculation.

Flexible design allows operation from a range of power supply configurations including two wire loop power systems.

Various digital communications protocols are supported as options.

Principle of Operation

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SULTAN 234 Series

sensor transmits a high powered acoustic wave pulse, which is then reflected from the surface of the material or target to be measured.

Reflected signals are processed using highly developed algorithms to enhance the correct signal and reject false or spurious echoes.

The transmission of high powered, low frequency waves ensures minimal losses through the environment where the sensor is working. The high initial energy of the pulse, at penetrating low frequencies, ensures that any signal losses which do occur have far less negetive effect than would be experienced by traditional ultrasonic devices.

The sensitive receiver circuitry of the Sultan series is designed to identify and monitor low strength return signals even when combined with high noise levels.

Measured signals are temperature compensated to provide maximum accuracy of the outputs and display.

• The

SULTAN 234 Series Acoustic

Wave Range

offers a wide and comprehensive range of advantages

• Large selection of transducers

• Self cleaning transducers

• No contact between the transducer and the material

• Suitable for measuring rocks, powders, viscous and aggressive media

• Power supply flexibility allows for 2 wire loop power, AC and DC supplies all within a single amplifier

• Easy to calibrate and commission

• Wide spectrum of applications.

• Multiple head capability to reduce cost per unit (max 128 points)

• Open channel flow

• Differential Level

• Crane / positioning

• Average of 2 inputs

• Transducer cross talk prevention

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TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

SOLID PRODUCT LEVEL

High / Low / Continous

Granular / Powder

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LIQUID PRODUCT LEVEL

High / Low / Continous

Liquid / Chemical /Slurry

Conveyed, pneumatic air slide

Feeder pipe

Flood

Hood

IP68 sensor

SULTAN 234

Optional

Remote GSM/CDMA

SULTAN 234

Remote

Amplifier or

Panel Mount

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APPLICATION REFERENCE

Reliable acoustic wave level technology for water treatment plants, for monitoring sand filter bed tanks

Application problem:

The customer had used conductivity probes to control high and low level water in their sand filter tanks. The probes were a problem because the coated up with slime and required routine cleaning.

Solution:

Hawk installed

Sultan Acoustic Wave

, 2 wire loop powered 20kHz transmitter. The lower frequency 20kHz transducer provided excellent reliable control, during all sequences of the sand filter process. Maximum range of the 2 wire 20kHz transmitter is 20 m (65 ft). When the sand filter was drained the instrument had no trouble monitoring the sand and the backwash sequence, which the client could not achieve with the conductivity probes.

Using the 20 kHz frequency transmitter, provided a solution to cover all environment changes, including rain, fog, snow, condensation, some frothing during back wash etc.

Hawk manufactures the largest range of acoustic wave, 2 wire loop powered transmitters in the world, to suit all applications.

Note:

Remote mounted transmitters, for the 2 wire loop powered range can be mounted up to 700 m (2300 ft) from the transducer, using belden 3084A cable.

Ordering information: (complete system)

Part no integral version:

AWI2SB20T4XXXX-FA4A-4-C04

Part no remote version: AWR2SBXXXX-

AWRT20T4XXXC6-FA4A-4-CO4-4

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APPLICATION REFERENCE

Reliable level technology for coal surge bins

Application problem:

The client had been looking for a reliable level technology, to monitor level, in two 35 metre coal surge bins, that fill and empty simultaneously.

Comments:

The client tried radar, from the three major suppliers. The problem was that over a long range (35 m), the beam angle of the radar transmitters was too wide. The radar system became unreliable beyond 20 metres. The radar also suffered with build up in the focalizer cone, requiring cleaning on a periodic basis.

Solution:

The new acoustic wave level transmitter was installed and worked reliably over the full range of the 35 m silo, during filling and emptying operations. The active pulse generated by the acoustic wave transducer produced self cleaning.

Ordering information:

Part number: AWRT10T4XXXC15XX +

FA10A-4 + C10-10-4 / AWR234SUXXXX

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APPLICATION REFERENCE

Coal Mine

Aerial conveyor tripper control

(This type of control can be applied to all types of tripper conveyer for optimizing stockpile bunker levels and also providing protection for blockages etc.)

Application Problem:

The client wanted to optimize the stockpile height and automate the movement of the tripper conveyer. The client also wanted block chute detection for the coal feeder chutes.

The level transmitters also allowed the control room to see the stockpile profile for inventory control.

Solution:

The best technology solution for the level transmitters was acoustic wave. The low frequency acoustic transmitter had a maximum range of 100 metes and a very narrow beam angle. Transducers were mounted on either side of the tripper conveyer feeder chutes.

High speed response of the transmitters allowed for profile control. The blocked chute control for the feeder chutes and transfer chute of the conveyor used the Gladiator microwave switches which have a pre-test function and are non intrusive.

Both the Sultan acoustic transmitters and the

Gladiator microwave switches have totally failsafe capability.

For more application details contact the factory - contact details below.

Ordering information: (complete system)

2 x AWRT10S4XXXC15 + AWR234SUXXX +

Flange/Cone

3 x GSASUS + GMSB + GMRR

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APPLICATION REFERENCE

Reliable level technology for liquid tanks in water treatment plants

Application Problem:

Clients require reliable technology for measurement of liquid levels in a variety of tank sizes and styles. Continuous, switch point and communication options are all at times required by different control systems. Typical liquid tank applications are chemical storage tanks, day tanks and dosing and mixing tanks.

Comments:

Smaller sized (1-5m), calm liquid tanks are well suited to the compact high frequency

Sultan Integral (all in one) Acoustic Wave product, using 2” BSP/NPT mounting. More general applications with condensing vapour, or foaming surfaces, agitation or over a little longer range (1-10m), will only be reliable using slightly stronger, lower frequency (20kHz) sensors, able to self clean with every high energy measuring pulse, mounted using Hawk’s recommended flange and cone.

Solution:

Hawk provides Integral (all in one) and Remote (separate transmitter and transducer) products from our Sultan Acoustic Wave range, giving reliable, continuous and switch point solutions for liquid tank level measurement, compatible with a variety of power supply and control output requirements.

Ordering information:

Integral unit- small tank:

AWI234SU30T6TB20XXX

Remote system- liquid tank:

AWR234SUXXXX

AWRT20T4XXXC6XX

FA4A-4 + C04-4

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DIMENSIONS

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INTEGRAL UNITS

Standard Flanged Type

160 mm (6.3”)

Compact Type

(2”BSP/NPT)

110mm (4.3”)

SMART UNITS AND REMOTE TRANSDUCERS

Standard Flanged Type

Compact Type

(2”BSP/NPT)

1" BSP/NPT Nipple

D

Integrated junction box

(only 2” BSP/NPT versions)

Fixed cable

82mm (3.2")

3 x M16

Conduit entries

C

2" BSP or NPT THD

53.5mm (2.1")

See

Flange

Table

B

53.5mm (2.1")

See

Flange

Table

B

A

A

All horns must protrude into the main volume of the vessel by at least 50 mm (2 inches) past the lower end of the mounting nozzle.

Dimensions Table

Sensor

Frequency

Selected

Flange

5 kHz 10”

10 kHz

15 kHz

20 kHz

30 kHz

10”

8”

10”

8”

4”

4”

A mm in

B mm in

C mm in

D mm in

236 9.2 455 17.9 840 33.1 750 29.5

236 9.2

195 7.6

415 16.3

280 11.1

540 21.3

540 21.3

450 17.7

450 17.7

236 9.2

195 7.6

455 17.9

280 11.0

440 17.3

440 17.3

350 13.8

350 13.8

98.5 3.9 280 11.0 390 15.4 300 11.8

98.5 3.9 280 11.0 350 3.8

260 10.2

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DIMENSIONS

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FLANGE TYPE:

FA = ANSI Flange

FJ = JIS Flange

FD = DIN Flange

REMOTE AMPLIFIERS

Field Mount

192.5 mm (7.6”)

174 mm (6.9”)

SIZE

4”

STANDARD ANSI/DIN/JIS FLANGE DIMENSIONS

FLANGE

TYPE

E (PCD) mm in.

F(OD) mm in.

G (ID) H (Hole) mm in. mm in.

FA4

FD4

FJ4

190.5 7.5

180

175

7.0

6.9

228

220

210

10”

FA10

FD10

FJ10

362

350

355

14.3

13.8

14.0

406

395

400

8”

FA8

FD8

FJ8

298.5 11.8

295

290

11.6

11.4

343

340

330

Note:

Other flange sizes available upon request.

9.0

8.7

8.4

100 4

100 4

100 4

19 0.75

18 0.7

15 0.6

16.0

15.6

15.7

250

250

250

13.5

200

13.4

200

13.0

200

10

10

10

8

8

8

25 1.0

22 0.85

23 0.9

22 0.85

22 0.85

19 0.75

111.5 mm (4.4”)

78 mm (3.1”)

14 mm (0.6”)

192.5 mm (7.6”)

147 mm (5.8”)

182.5 mm (7.2”)

50 mm (2”)

74 mm (2.9”) 4 mm (0.2”)

Panel Mount -

cut out size 90x90mm (3.54x3.54”)

Front Back

96mm (3.8”)

89.5mm (3.52”)

Side

145mm (5.7”)

133.5mm (5.25”)

147 mm (5.8”)

158 mm (6.2”)

182.5 mm (7.2”)

Allow clearance for wiring here

Allow clearance for securing clamp screws.

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MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

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2 INCH BSP/NPT THREADED NOZZLE MOUNTING

2” Pipe Dimensions

(OD 60.3mm)

Schedule 5 - 5/ /5S

Schedule 10 - 10/ /10S

Schedule 30 - 30

Schedule 40 - 40/SYD/40S

ID

(mm)

57.0

54.8

54.0

52.5

Thickness

(mm)

1.65

2.77

3.18

3.91

Ensure the face of the sensor protrudes into the vessel by more than 20mm

NOZZLE MOUNTING FOR SENSORS WITH FLANGE AND CONE

A

B

C

Roof of Tank

NOZZLE MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

A B

100mm (4in) DIN, ANSI, JIS 240mm 9.44in

150mm (6in) DIN, ANSI, JIS 240mm 9.44in

200mm (8in) DIN, ANSI, JIS 300mm 11.80in

250mm (10in) DIN, ANSI, JIS 390mm 15.35in

C

100mm 4in

150mm 6in

200mm 8in

250mm 10in

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TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS

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Conical Shape Vessels Horizontal Cylindrical Tanks Stockpiles, Stackers, Reclaimers

SULTAN 234

BLANKING DISTANCE TABLE

BLANKING DISTANCE

TRANSDUCER FREQUENCY Minimum

AWRT50

AWRT40

AWRT30

AWRT20

AWRT15

AWRT10

AWRT5

50kHz

40kHz

30kHz

20kHz

15kHz

10kHz

5kHz

0.25m (10”)

0.3m (1.1ft)

0.35m (1.5ft)

0.5m (1.6ft)

Nominal

0.3m (1ft)

0.35m (1.2ft)

0.4m (1ft)

0.6m (2ft)

Conservative

0.35m (1.2ft)

0.4m (1.4ft)

0.5m (1.6ft)

0.8m (2.6ft)

0.6m (2ft)

1.0m (3.3ft)

0.7m (2.2ft)

1.1m (3.5ft)

1.0m (3.9ft)

1.3m (4.2ft)

1.2m (3.9ft) 1.4m (4.6ft) 1.5m (5ft)

Always use conservative nominated distances if possible

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INSTALLATION GUIDE

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AMPLIFIER - FIELD MOUNT

Select a suitable mounting position that is not in direct sunlight. If necessary, utilize a sunshade. Observe the minimum and maximum temperature limits (-20°C/-4°F to 60°C/140°F) Do not mount near sources of high E.M.F. such as high current cables, motor starters, or S.C.R. variable speed drives. Avoid mounting in high vibration areas such as handrails and rotating plant. Use rubber absorption mounts if mounting in light vibration areas. Remove the P.C.B. assembly before knocking out the cable and conduit entry holes.

AMPLIFIER - PANEL MOUNT

- Select a suitable position within a panel layout which allows clearance arround the outside of the front panel of the unit.

- Ensure that sufficient space is available behind the panel to accommodate the depth of the amplifier housing, and also allow cabel bend clearance for wiring to the terminals on the rear of the amplifier.

- Mark and cut a 90x90mm (3.54x3.54”) square cut out throught the panel in the disired position.

- Insert the Sultan amplifier throught the panel and install supplied screw clamps into the slotted holes in the amplifier housing.

Tighten the screws until just firm to secure the amplifier i place.

- Connect wiring as required to the corect terminals on the removable rear panel connectors. *When plugging connectors in to the rear panel, ensure that they are re-installed in the correct position (upper or lower).

BLANKING DISTANCE

Where possible use the conservative values and increase this distance by 50% if there is foam, dust, steam, or condensation in the vessel being monitored.

(refer to table on previous page.)

If using a flange mounting, use a rubber or neoprene gasket and washers. If using a nipple mounting, ensure that the mounting bracket is

>6mm (0.24 in) from the rear

of the transducer. Do not over tighten the lock nuts. When using a focaliser cone, ensure that it protrudes at least 50mm

(2 in) into the vessel. If the transducer needs to be mounted above the roofline, use an appropriate standpipe or nozzle.

Use common sense when selecting the mounting position. A clear line of sight from the transducer to the product being monitored is preferred.

TRANSDUCER

Selecting a suitable position to mount the transducer on the vessel is the single

MOST

IMPORTANT

step. Please read all of the installation guide and contact your Hawk representative if you have any doubts or questions. The transducer face

MUST

be at least the blanking distance away from highest product level in the bin, tank, or silo at all times.

(refer to table below.)

MONITORING SOLIDS

In general, the transducer mounting position can be determined by measuring the distance from the infeed to the vessel wall, and mounting the transducer l/3r this distance from the wall .

(refer diagrams pages 11, 13,

15.)

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MONITORING LIQUIDS

Mount the transducer perpendicular to the liquid surface and away from the infeed.

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Avoid mounting near ladders, baffles, agitators etc.

(refer to Typical Applications)

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TRANSDUCER MOUNTING

Correct

2" VERSION

Incorrect

Vessel roof min 20mm inside tank

Hawk recommends a focaliser cone for all transducers as they are designed specifically to increase the acoustic performance of the

Sultan product range.

Hawk supplies a variety of cones for all Sultan Transducers.

Threaded mounting should only be used where a flange/cone mounting is impossible.

Intrusive pipe

Non preferred

Intrusive pipe

Bevel pipe end at 45 degrees

If a stand pipe MUST be used ensure a 45º angle is cut to minimise echo return from the end of the pipe.

You may need to increase the Blanking parameter to avoid seeing an incorrect return echo from the end of the pipe.

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VERTICAL LIQUID TANK

APPLICATIONS

HORIZONTAL LIQUID TANK

APPLICATIONS

50mm

(2") Min

Measurement

Mount in the center part of the tank

R

Measurement

+/-1/4

to

1/3R

Measurement

will be from transducer or flange face to point directly below transducer in vessel.

Ensure transducer is perpendicular to liquid surface at all times.

AGITATED LIQUID TANKS

End View

Avoid mounting over agitator if possible

R

50mm

(2") Min

+/-1/4 to 1/3R

Alternate

+/-1/4 to

1/3R

Preferred

R

50mm

(2")

Min

Measurement

R

Top View

Alternate

Center

Transducer between

Blade and Tank Sidewall

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OPEN CHANNEL FLOW MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLES

MOUNTING WEIR

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OPEN CHANNEL FLOW MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLES

MOUNTING

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TERMINAL LAYOUTS

Sultan SMART Models

AWSTD

Outputs

- 4-20mA

- Relay

- Modbus Multidrop

Outputs

- Relay

- Modbus Multidrop

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RELAY COMMS DC-in 4-20mA

- + - +

RELAY RS - 485

24 Vdc

4-20mA current sinking

For cable only models (without integrated junction box option), please use colors shown to denote wire functions.

RELAY COMMS DC-in 4-20mA

- + - +

RELAY RS - 485

24 Vdc

(1) (1)

AWSTA

Outputs

- 4-20mA

(2) Modbus

For models with integrated junction box option, remove plug-in terminal blocks for easier wiring.

Notes:

(1) - No internal connection

(2) - Single Modbus connection PC to unit only

Multidrop connection not recommended

COMMS DC-in 4-20mA

- + - +

(1)

RS - 485

Loop Powered

4-20mA current sinking

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Sultan 234 Models

AWI234 Series Transmitter

Integral Version (2 Relays)

RELAY 1 COMMS RELAY 2

A B

AWR234S Series Transmitter

Remote Field Mount (5 Relays)

RELAY 1

RELAY 2 RELAY 3 RELAY 4 RELAY 5

4-20mA TRANSDUCER COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

AC-IN

90-260 VAC

+

4-20mA

Modulating

4-20mA from

PLC input

+

DC-IN

+ –

4-20mA

Modulating 4-20mA from PLC input

Driving 4-20mA from Sultan to user PLC

Driving 4-20mA from Sultan to user PLC

AWR234P Series Transmitter

Remote Panel Mount (5 Relays)

RELAY 1

RELAY 2 RELAY 3 RELAY 4 RELAY 5

– +

90-260 VAC

Top Row

AC-IN DC-IN COMMS

Bottom Row

90-260 VAC

+ –

TRANSDUCER 4-20mA

– +

4-20mA

Modulating 4-20mA from PLC input

Driving 4-20mA from Sultan to user PLC

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AWI2 Series Transmitter

Integral Version

COMMS

AWR2S Series Transmitter

Remote Field Mount

COMMS

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TRANSDUCER 4-20mA

+

4-20mA

Modulating 4-20mA from PLC input

AWR2P Series Transmitter

Remote Panel Mount

+ –

4-20mA

Modulating 4-20mA from PLC input

Bottom Row

COMMS TRANSDUCER 4-20mA

– +

4-20mA

Modulating 4-20mA from PLC input

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REMOTE TRANSDUCER CONNECTION

Direct Connection to

Transducer Cable

Connection via Junction

Box and Extension Cable

Sultan Remote

Amplifier

TRANSDUCER

Note: Terminal order varies with different model types, see terminal layouts page 21, 22.

Sultan Remote

Amplifier

TRANSDUCER

Connect

Cable Shield to Black

All cable shields connect to

BLACK WIRE

at transmitter end

Re-connect

Cable Shield to Black

Cable

Shield

OPTIONAL

JUNCTION

BOX

(for cable extension)

TRANSDUCER

Seperate

Black/Shield

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TRANSDUCER

“USE ONLY”

BELDEN 3084A

DEKORON IED183AA002 to extend transducer cable

*When extending transducer cable using DEKORON shielded twisted pair cable types, ensure that one pair is used to extend Blue and White, and another pair is used to extend Red and Black.

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4-20mA Output Connection

Terminal Connections for AC Powered Operation

234 models with AC power option and SIM card positioned for 3/4 wire mode a) 5 Wire – Driving from Internal Isolated Supply (Is)

90 - 260Vac

Supply

{

L1

N

SULTAN

Terminal

Connection

NOTE:

Isolated current output can be made common with external

DC Supply Positive or

Negative if required.

(e.g. RL – connected to GND)

+

PLC

DCS

IND

RL Max 270Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

+

I s

Sultan output is sourcing current and provides voltage to drive a passive load, PLC input or indicator.

b) Modulating from User’s External DC Supply (RL to Negative)

90 - 260Vac Supply

{

User DC Supply

NOTE:

RL Max = 750Ω if user DC Supply 24V

+

+

PLC

DCS

RL Max 400Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

L1

N

+

I s

SULTAN

Terminal

Connection

Sultan output is sinking/controlling current. Voltage to drive current loop must be provided by

PLC, indicator or external DC supply.

c) Modulating from User’s External DC Supply (RL to Positive)

90 - 260Vac Supply

{

User DC Supply

NOTE:

RL Max = 750Ω if user DC Supply 24V

+

+

PLC

DCS

RL Max 400Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

L1

N

SULTAN

Terminal

Connection

+

I s

Sultan output is sinking/controlling current. Voltage to drive current loop must be provided by

PLC, indicator or external DC supply.

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4-20mA Output Connection

Terminal Connections for DC Powered Operation – AWST models and all 234 models with

SIM card positioned for 3/4 wire mode.

d) 4 Wire DC– Driving from Internal Isolated Supply (Is)

SULTAN Terminal Connection

User

DC Supply

+

NOTE:

Isolated current output can be made common with

+DC or GND if required.

(e.g. RL – connected to GND)

+

PLC

DCS

IND

RL Max 270Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

+DC

GND

+

I s

Sultan output is sourcing current and provides voltage to drive a passive load,

PLC input or indicator.

e) 3 Wire DC – Modulating from Common User Supply (RL to Negative)

SULTAN Terminal Connection

User

DC Supply

+

+DC

GND

NOTE:

RL Max = 750Ω if user DC Supply 24V

+

PLC

DCS

IND

RL Max 400Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

+

I s

Sultan output is sinking/controlling current. Voltage to drive current loop must be provided by

PLC, indicator or external DC supply.

f) 3 Wire DC – Modulating from Common User Supply (RL to Positive.)

SULTAN Terminal Connection

User

DC Supply

+

+DC

GND

+

NOTE:

RL Max = 750Ω if user DC Supply 24V

PLC

DCS

IND

RL Max 400Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

+

I s

Sultan output is sinking/controlling current. Voltage to drive current loop must be provided by

PLC, indicator or external DC supply.

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WIRING

4-20mA Output Connection

Terminal Connections for DC 2 Wire 4-20mA Loop Powered Operation

AWSTA, Sultan 2 and 234 models with SIM Card positioned for 2 wire mode. g) 2 Wire DC Loop Powered

User DC Supply

NOTE:

Internal SMART card configured for 2 wire.

+

+

PLC

DCS

IND

RL Max 400Ω

4-20mA

Use shielded cable

SULTAN

Terminal

Connection

+

I

s

Sultan provides

4-20mA current control of the same 2 wires which supply DC power to operate the unit.

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WIRING

RELAY FUNCTIONS

Level Switch Contact Action

Relay

- for Smart AWSTC/D versions

(Set Relay Parameters in Output

Adjustment menu via GosHawk2 software)

Relay 1, 2

- for Integral 234 versions

(Set Relay Parameters in Output Adjustment menu via local keypad or GosHawk2 software)

Notes:

1. Sultan 2 and AWSTA versions do not support relay outputs.

2. Sultan 234 versions operating in 2 wire loop powered mode do not support relay outputs.

3. L1 and L2 distances are measured from the transducer face or flange face.

Relay 1-5

- for Remote 234 versions

(Set Relay Parameters in Output Adjustment menu via local keypad or GosHawk2 software)

Energise

EN

4. L1 must be equal to, or less than L2.

DeEnergise

DEN

Relay Action

FailSafe

FS system operating normally

FailSafe

FS power/system/ measurement failure

OFF

L2

L1

Above L1 or between L1 and

L2 after passing above L1.

NC COM NO

HIGH LEVEL or

FALLING LEVEL

NC COM NO NC COM NO NC COM NO NC COM NO

Relay Status

Remote Amplifier terminal function labels

LED Status

L2

L1

Below L2 or between L1 and

L2 after passing below L2.

NC COM NO

LOW LEVEL or

RISING LEVEL

NC COM NO

NC COM NO

NC COM NO

NC COM NO

POWER FAILURE

NC COM NO NC COM NO NC COM NO NC COM NO NC COM NO

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WIRING

Cross Talk Prevention

The term Cross Talk is used to refer to interference between acoustic wave units of the same frequency located near to one another.

Sultan units emit high powered acoustic waves so only a small loss of signal will and occur through the environment where a sensor is working. As a result, transducers located near to one another, or in a common space are likely to

‘hear’ direct or reflected signals from one another.

Cross Talk may cause one or more of a group of sensors located near to one another to generate randomly false measurements and outputs whilst giving correct performance at other times.

Cross Talk is more likely to cause problems where the applications require units to be programmed to accept fast changes of level.

It is recommended that units working near to one another be linked according to the following steps to eliminate the possibility of Cross Talk.

1.

All units to be linked must be connected to a common ground, or have wiring between their ‘GND’,

or their ‘DC-’ terminals (parallel connection of all units).

* GND and DC- terminals are electrically connected inside Sultan 234 units, so either one may be used.

SULTAN 1

DC IN AC IN

SULTAN 2

DC IN AC IN

SULTAN 2

DC IN AC IN

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Cross Talk Prevention

2.

At each individual unit, wire a connection between Relay 1 ‘Common’ terminal and the ‘TEST’

terminal of the same amplifier.

3.

Wire a connection between the Relay 1 ‘Normally Open’ terminals of all units to be linked

(parallel connection of all units).

RELAY1

SULTAN 1 SULTAN 2

RELAY1

SULTAN 3

RELAY1

COMMS

COMMS

COMMS

4.

In the software setup of each individual unit, program Relay 1 to ‘FS’ (Fail-safe) mode in the

Output Adjust menu. (You could use a different relay number in the same way if Relay 1 is needed

for another function). The units will now be linked so that they can not crosstalk.

The ‘TEST’ terminal acts as an input when the unit is about to pulse, and will cause the instrument to enter a paused state (not pulse) if it sees a connection to ground. Each unit also drives its own ‘TEST’ terminal to ground when it is busy pulsing. These two functions combined mean that if two or more units have their ‘TEST’ terminals connected in parallel, and share a common ground, then at any time when one is pulsing, it will ground the ‘TEST’ terminals of all units to which it is connected, and temporarily pause them until it is finished, then release them. The next unit which becomes ready to pulse will follow the same procedure in turn, and the process continous in an endless cycle.

The connections described are made vis a normally open rely contact, programmed into

Failsafe mode. The function of this is simply to prevent a possible lock up of the whole system if one unit has a problem e.g. power failure. If at any stage a transducer is in its failed state, it will be disconnected by the relay from the other units, so they can continue to work together.

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MULTIDROP CONNECTIONS

Multidrop GSM/GPRS/CDMA Connection*

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

Laptop or PC Communications using

PCMCIA card or wired (PSTN) modem or Internet and remote GSM/GPRS/CDMA connection with GosHawk software.

Multidrop Connection Using HawkLink USB*

HawkLink

GSM/GPRS/CDMA unit

Manual

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A B Gnd

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

Hawklink

USB

A B Gnd

White

Blue

Black

Multidrop Connection to PLC/DCS/SCADA*

Laptop or PC Communications using

Hawklink USB or RS485 / 232 converter with GosHawk software.

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

A B Gnd

PLC / DCS / SCADA for Remote

Communication with Modbus.

* Wiring installation should follow

RS-485 standards for layout and termination.

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2 WIRE UNIT COMMUNICATIONS

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

The Sultan 2 wire units are 2 wire loop powered only. This means that they can not work when multi-drop connected on Modbus networks. In order to multi-drop connect units, they must not be 4-20mA (2 wire loop) powered. Gladiator,

Orca, Sultan 234 or Smart AWSTC or AWSTD types are necessary for networked installations.

When using an instrument powered by 2 wire connection, all current must enter and leave an instrument via the pair of loop wires, and fixed connection of other terminals in parallel to other units, or to a ground or common point may interfere with the operation of the unit, the current output, or any communications.

The communications terminals on 2 wire units are not designed for permanent connection and networked use. Communication is possible with these units, but only on a one to one basis, and only without reference to any ground. Communications on these products are provided to allow setup, commissioning and diagnosis, and during actual communication, there may be some noise generated on the current loop. It is normally best to use a laptop running on battery power only, connect only the A and B terminals, without the ground/shield, in order to minimize any noise or interference with the current loop.

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WIRING

HAWKLINK GSM - CONNECTING POWER AND COMMS

USING DC POWER DERIVED FROM AC POWERED REMOTE OR

INTEGRAL SULTAN 234

GSM

COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

SULTAN 234

COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

RS 485

12-30VDC

1 2 3 4

80-265VAC

RS 485

12-30VDC

1 2 3 4

80-265VAC Existing AC power supply (GSM will be powered by DC generated by the Sultan)

Connect shield to

DC “-” only at this end.

USING DC POWER FROM REMOTE OR INTEGRAL SULTAN 234

OR AWSTC/AWSTD

GSM

COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

SULTAN/AW

COMMS DC-IN

RS 485 12-30VDC

1 2 3 4

80-265VAC

RS 485 12-30VDC

1 2 3 4

-

Existing DC power supply

Connect shield to

DC “-” only at this end.

!

TERMINAL ORDER VARIES BETWEEN SULTAN INTEGRAL, REMOTE, AN SMART

TYPES. ENSURE CORRECT LAYOUT IS USED - SEE TERMINAL LAYOUTS PAGE xxx.

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WIRING

HAWKLINK GSM - CONNECTING POWER AND COMMS

USING SEPARATE AC OR DC POWER WITH REMOTE OR INTEGRAL

SULTAN 234 OR AWSTC/AWSTD

SULTAN / AW

COMMS DC-IN

AC-IN

AC-IN

RS 485 12-30VDC

1 2

80-265VAC

Separate AC power supply for the GSM module

DC power supply

RS 485

1 2

-

12-30VDC

80-265VAC

DC power supply

*

*

Connect shield to

DC “-” only at this end.

Ensure separate DC supplies have the same ground potential

USING SEPARATE AC OR ISOLATED DC POWER WITH SULTAN 2,

SULTAN 234 IN TWO WIRE MODE, OR AWSTA

SULTAN / AW

COMMS 4-20mA

AC-IN

RS 485 12-30VDC

1 2

80-265VAC

Separate AC power supply for the GSM module

RS 485

1 2

-

4-20mA

Connect shield to loop

“-” only at this end.

!

TERMINAL ORDER VARIES BETWEEN SULTAN INTEGRAL, REMOTE, AN SMART

TYPES. ENSURE CORRECT LAYOUT IS USED - SEE TERMINAL LAYOUTS PAGE xxx.

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WIRING

TEST TERMINAL - SULTAN 234 AND AWSTC/AWSTD ONLY

PAUSED MODE

The TEST terminal of an Sultan series product can be used as an input to the instrument, which cause it to pause in its operation. During paused mode the unit will stop making measurement pulses, and the output will hold in its current position

(after any remaining damping to the current position has finished). Internal echo tracking functions such as window opening and hold time counting will continue to operate, so that when the paused state is released, the instrument will be immediately ready to resume measurement allowing for possible target movement during the paused time.

The test input can be used to silence a

Sultan system when it is not required to measure, and is also used in the prevention of Cross Talk, see page XXX.

To place a Sultan unit into paused mode using the test input, a connection must be made between the power supply ground or

DC- and the TEST terminal.

During paused mode, the word ‘Paused’ will be seen on the top line of the display if viewing the operating mode diagnostic.

PAUSE FROM PLC/SCADA/DCS DIGITAL OUTPUT

Terminal Block

Test

PLC / SCADA / DCS Output

!

OPERATOR CONTROLLED PAUSE

PLC/SCADA/DCS GROUND MUST

CONNECT BACK TO SULTAN

GROUND OR DC ‘-’ TERMINALS

Terminal Block

Externally provided test switch

Test

!

EXTERNAL SWITCH GROUND

MUST CONNECT BACK TO SULTAN

GROUND OR DC ‘-’ TERMINALS

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WIRING

LIGHTNING PROTECTION

Surge Protection Device

Specifications

- Description: Surge protector for

4/20mAprocess instruments.

- Protection modes: Transverse & common mode

- Protection stages: Gas arrester/transorb

Surge rating: 20kA for 8/20µ s pulse

- Transverse mode clamp: Voltage 36V peak

- Arrester firing voltage: 230V peak

- Arrester residual voltage: 20V peak

- Material: Nickel plated brass, epoxy filled

- Standards compliance:

IEEE C62.41 cat, A, B, C

AS1768-2003 cat. A, B, C

- Approval:

AUS Ex2428U

Ex d IIC T4 Class 1 Zone 1

Ex ia IIC T4 Class 1 Zone 1

Connection

3 wires :- 1 to ground; 2 active (1 to each loop connection). All need to be kept as short as possible.

Remote Sultan

The enclosure can accommodate the device mounted in one of the M20 cable gland positions.

Integral Sultan

No M20 adaptor required

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WIRING

CHANGE SULTAN 234 <=> SULTAN 2

It is necessary to have SULTAN 234 version to change to and from SULTAN

234 to SULTAN 2 wire connection. Wiring must be changed according to the wiring diagrams.

is then turned over to show 2 wire (for 2 wire operation) or 234 wire (for 234 wire operation). Insert the card with the required wiring connection facing the sticker SMART card connection. Wire the unit as required, apply power.

Note:

On the module there is a removable card. The card needs to be

carefully

removed with the power off. The card

INTEGRAL SULTAN 234

To change SMART CARD from 3,4 wire to 2 wire.

Lift cover

Remove screws

After screws are removed, lift facia to expose the potted modules.

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WIRING

CHANGE SULTAN 234 <=> SULTAN 2

Changing 2 wire to 3, 4 wire or 3,4 wire to 2 wire

Sim SMART CARD

Reverse/Remove

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

For correct sim SMART CARD orientation, ensure the type of connection faces the sim card orientation sticker.

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WIRING

CHANGE SULTAN 234 <=> SULTAN 2

Remote Sultan 234 > to change SMART CARD from 3, 4 wire to 2 wire

Sim SMART CARD

Reverse/Remove

Remove screws and lift cover

For correct sim SMART CARD orientation, ensure the type of connection faces the sim card orientation sticker.

For connection to GosHawk II, see separate manual available on:

www.hawkmeasure.com

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

Integral - Profibus / DeviceNet

Profibus

234 INTEGRAL TRANSMITTER

2 WIRE LOOP POWERED

TRANSMITTER WIRING AND

4 WIRE USER SUPPLY WIRING

DRIVING FROM INTERNAL

ISOLATED SUPPLY

3 WIRE DC MODULATION

USER

DC

PLC

IND

RL MAX

500 7

4-20mA

DCS

IND

USER

DC

RL MAX

400 7

Is

4-20mA

DC IN

USER

DC

PLC

IND

RL MAX

750 7

DC-IN

4-20mA

FOR LOOP POWER CHECK SMART CARD ORIENTATION

A

in

PBDP in

B

in

shld A

COMMS

B shld

RL1

NC com NO

AWG 22 -14

(0.5 -1.5mm)

AC-IN

LI N A

PBDP out

out

B

out

shld

TEST DC-IN

- +

- Minimum Voltage - 24vdc 0R ac

TO Our unit

- Nominal Current - 400mA

- Connector Type - Terminal see

wiring info

DeviceNet

234 INTEGRAL TRANSMITTER

2 WIRE LOOP POWERED

TRANSMITTER WIRING AND

4 WIRE USER SUPPLY WIRING

DRIVING FROM INTERNAL

ISOLATED SUPPLY

3 WIRE DC MODULATION

SUPPLY

DC

PLC

IND

RL MAX

500 7

4-20mA

PLC

IND

RL MAX

400 7

Is

4-20mA

DC IN

SUPPLY

DC

PLC

IND

RL MAX

750 7

DC-IN

4-20mA

FOR LOOP POWER CHECK SMART CARD ORIENTATION

A

DEVNET

B shld A

COMMS

B shld

RL1

NC com NO

AWG 22 -14

(0.5 -1.5mm)

AC-IN

LI N

DEVNET shld GND 24V+

TEST DC-IN

- +

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WIRING DEVICENET

DEVICENET

MASTER

SULTAN 234 SULTAN 234 SULTAN 234

Manual

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EXT

TERM

5. V+

4. CAN_H

3. SHEILD

2. CAN_L

1. V-

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Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Set the BaudRate and the

DeviceNet Address in Sultan

Factory defaults of baudrate and FBusAdds are 125kbps and 63 in a Sultan unit with

DeviceNet CommType. To modify these values follow the instructions below.

1. Go to the Output Adjustment menu

2. Use the Up and Down push buttons to reach the CommType parameter

3. Make sure that the CommTyle is set to

DeviceNet

4. Press the CAL button twice

5. DeviceID will be displayed

6. Use the Down push button to reach the

BaudRate parameter

7. The default value for the BaudRate is

125kpbs. Press CAL button and use the Up and Down push buttons to modify this value

8. Press CAL button when finished

9. Use the Down push button to reach the FBusAdds. The default value of the

FieldBus Address is 63. Press CAL button and use the Up and Down push buttons to modify this value

10. Press CAL button again when finished

Output Data

Profibus/Devicenet now transmit 18 bytes/9 words, description of the words is as follows (For firmware version 5.54 and above)

1. Displayed Distance (Space Distance is the Primary Variable)

2. Percentage (Percent of Range)

3. Hi Level (Upper Range)

4. Low Level (Lower Range)

5. Status Flags

Failed ~~~~~~ Search 0

Bit F Bit E Bit 3

Bit0 = Echo was received inside the span.

Bit1 = Echo is Confirmed.

Bit3 = Searching is searching for an Echo.

BitF = Unit has Failed to detect an Echo.

6. Displayed Distance2 (Second Variable)*

7. Percentage2 (Second Percent of Range)*

8. Displayed Distance3 (Third Variable)+

9. Percentage3 (Third Percent of Range)+

* Used for ORCA Sonar and Differential output on a Sultan

+Only used for ORCA Sonar Clarity output.

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Echo Cfm : 1 =

True, 0 = False

Bit 1

Echo R : 1 =

True, 0 = False

Bit 0

PROFIBUS

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PROFIBUS

MASTER

SULTAN 234 SULTAN 234 SULTAN 234

Manual

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EXT

TERM

5. B IN

4. A IN

3. SHEILD

2. B OUT

1. A OUT

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Set the ProfiBus Address in Sultan

Factory defaults of FBusAdds is 126 in a Sultan unit with ProfiBus CommType. To modify this value follow the instruction below:

1. Go to the output Adjustment menu.

2. Use the Up and Down push buttons to reach the CommType parameter.

3. Make sure that the CommType is set to

ProfiBus

4. Press the CAL button twice.

5. DeviceID will be displayed

6. Use the Down push button to reach the BaudRate parameter.

7. The value for the BaudRate is selected automatically and can not be modified.

8. Use the Down push button to reach the

FBusAdds. The default value of the FieldBus

Address is 126. Press CAL button and use the

Up and Down push buttons to modify this value.

9. Press CAL button again when finish.

Output Data

Profibus/Devicenet now transmit 18 bytes/9 words, description of the words is as follows (For firmware version 5.54 and above)

1. Displayed Distance (Space Distance is the Primary Variable)

2. Percentage (Percent of Range)

3. Hi Level (Upper Range)

4. Low Level (Lower Range)

5. Status Flags

Failed ~~~~~~ Search 0

Bit F Bit E Bit 3

Bit0 = Echo was received inside the span.

Bit1 = Echo is Confirmed.

Bit3 = Searching is searching for an Echo.

BitF = Unit has Failed to detect an Echo.

6. Displayed Distance2 (Second Variable)*

7. Percentage2 (Second Percent of Range)*

8. Displayed Distance3 (Third Variable)+

9. Percentage3 (Third Percent of Range)+

* Used for ORCA Sonar and Differential output on a Sultan

+Only used for ORCA Sonar Clarity output.

Echo Cfm : 1 =

True, 0 = False

Bit 1

Echo R : 1 =

True, 0 = False

Bit 0

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COMMUNICATION - MULTIDROP CONNECTION

Gladiator

Admittance

Switch

Gladiator

Admittance

Switch

Gladiator

Admittance

Switch

Gladiator

Admittance

Switch

Sultan Acoustic

Wave Transmitter

Slurries

Gladiator

Vibration

Switch

Sultan Acoustic

Wave Transmitter

Floatation Cells

GLadiator

Microwave

Low Level

Sultan Acoustic Wave Transmitter

Silo, bin levels, coal, plastic powder, woodchip, sawdust, cement, clinker, iron ore, lime etc.

Gladiator

Conductivity

Switch

Gladiator

Microwave

Low Level

SULTAN 234

Sultan Smart Transducer

Farm Tanks, Grain Terminals

Gladiator

Orca Sonar Interface

Thickener, CCD

Conductivity

Switch

SULTAN 234

Sultan Acoustic

Wave Switch

Blocked Chute Detection

Orca Sonar Interface

Clarifier

GSM Network

or

CDMA Network

Sultan Master/Slave Positioning System

Sultan Acoustic Wave Transmitter

Stockpiles, Stackers,

Reclaimers

GSM or CDMA Network

Typically up to 31 transmitters or switches per string.

Maximum 250 transmitters or switches.

Using GSM/CDMA network, transmitters and switches can be monitored, calibrated remotely.

Alarm status, diagnostics can be monitored.

Support from factory engineering for customer application problems.

Laptop or PC Communications or PLC / DCS with

MODBUS RTU Port

GosHawk Software for inventory monitoring on PC

(Limited Modbus query rate for Switches only)

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COMMUNICATION - REMOTE

GSM/CDMA Communication

HawkLink GSM/CDMA communication device allows any authorized computer with a standard modem and GosHawk software to dial in and calibrate, test or check on the performance of the connected Hawk product. The HawkLink device can be wired to the standard communication terminals of the

Hawk products.

Protocols

GosHawk

HART

Modbus

Profibus DP

Profibus PA

Foundation Fieldbus

DeviceNet

Remote technical support and complete commissioning of equipment in applications via our GSM/CDMA module allows monitoring and adjustments of settings no matter what corner of the world.

Manual

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Remote connection worldwide!

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AVERAGE LEVEL

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

What is Average Level?

Average mode is used to measure the average of two material levels using two sensors and one amplifier, and provides one output result.

In average mode, two individual sensors are referred to as Sensor 1 and Sensor 2.

Capability for averaging of more than two sensors may be added in the future.

Average Material Calculation

The display mode ‘AvgMatrl’ (Average Material) gives a result calculated as follows:

AvgMatrl = LowLevel – AvgSpace where

AvgSpace = (Space1 + Space2 + offset)/2

Analog Output

Analog output is calculated based on the average material level.

The span of the analog output is defined by the LowLevel and HiLevel parameters. The analog output is calculated as follows:

Current (mA) = 16* AvgMatrl/ (LowLevel-

HiLevel) + 4mA

Relays

The relays are switched based on the average space value. The relay set points

L1 and L2 should be set considering the average space values at which the relay is required to switch.

Relay Mode = EN

L2

L1

HiLevel

20 mA

OFF

*Analogue output span

LowLevel

ON

4 mA

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* 4-20 mA action may be reversed according to setting of the ‘Analog’ parameter in the Output Adjustment menu.

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Relay Mode = DEN

L2

L1

Manual

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HiLevel

20 mA

ON

*Analogue output span

LowLevel

OFF

4 mA

* 4-20 mA action may be reversed according to setting of the ‘Analog’ parameter in the Output Adjustment menu.

To use Average mode, two sensors must be assigned different addresses.

Carefully follow the steps below starting with 2 new sensors:

1. Connect only the sensor which will be used as Sensor 2 to the amplifier.

2. In ‘Quickset’ set the ‘DispMode’ to ‘AvgMatrl’.

3. Set the ‘Sensors’ parameter to a value of 2.

4. Set the ‘1:SenAdd’ parameter to a value of 1.

5. Set the ‘1:TxAdd’ parameter to a value of 1.

6. Set the ‘2:SenAdd’ parameter to a value of 1.

7. Set the ‘2:TxAdd’ parameter to a value of 2.

8. Connect Sensor 1 together with Sensor 2.

The system is now ready for measurement, and in the ‘Run’ mode both sensors should pulse alternately.

Accessing both Sensors Parameters

Both sensor1 and sensor 2 parameters can be accessed through KeyPad and GosHawkII.

Via KeyPad

The parameter ‘Sensor’ in the TxSetup, Tracking and Factory menus determines which sensor (1 or 2) will be currently accessed via that menu.

Via GosHawkII

When on Run mode, press the down key once to get the ‘Tx’ value on the display. If ‘Tx’ is 1, then GosHawkII will communicate with Sensor 1 and the diagnostics displayed will refer to Sensor 1. To swap to the other sensor, hold both the

‘Up’ and ‘Down’ arrow buttons simultaneously.

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AWR2/AWR234

RELAY 1 RELAY 2 RELAY 3 RELAY 4 RELAY 5

ANALOG TRANSDUCER

Is

4-20mA

-

COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

-

12-30VDC 90-265 VAC

Junction Box

AWRT-JB-01

AMP

TX2

TX1

Manual

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DIFFERENTIAL LEVEL

What is Differential Level?

Differential Level is the term used to define the measured difference between two material levels. Measurement of Differential

Level is achieved by using two sensors and one amplifier. Below is reference as to how the two sensors need to be setup and connected to the amplifier.

Sensor Addressing

Parameters

1: SenAdd

and

2: SenAdd

: in Quickset menu are the MODBUS addresses of sensor 1 and sensor 2 saved in the unit. The default MODBUS addresses of sensor 1 and sensor 2 are 1 and 2.

Important notes:

• Changing SenAdd, does not change the transducer modbus address.

• To change the transducer address, change the TxAdd.

• To get to TxAdd parameter press CAL twice when on SenAdd.

Both sensors which are connected to the amplifier must have different MODBUS addresses then the following needs to be carried out:

1. Set the application type to Diff on the

Sultan unit;

2. Connect the sensor that is used as sensor No2.

3. Set 2:SenAdd to 1 and press Cal twice.

4. Set the 2:TxAdd to 2.

5. Connect Sensor No1.

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Analog Output

Analog output is calculated based on the differential value.

The span of the analog output is according to the Lowlevel1 and Hilevel1. The analog output is calculated according the following equation:

Current (mA) = 16 * (Diff)/(LowLevel1 –HiLevel1) + 4mA

Relays

The relays are switched based on the diff value. This means that the relay set points

L1 and L2 should be set to diff values that the relay is required to switch.

Relay Mode = EN (L1 < L2)

L2 = Diff2

OFF

L1 = Diff1

Relay Mode = DEN (L1 < L2)

L2 = Diff2

ON

L1 = Diff1

ON OFF

Differential Mode

Differential Mode is introduced to measure the difference between two material levels using two sensors and one amplifier.

Each sensor has its own Hi and Low levels. Parameters, LowLevel2 and HiLevel2 were introduced for sensor 2. This is useful when the sensors are not mounted at the same levels.

Diff Calculation

In differential Mode the material level measured by sensor 1 is subtracted from the material level measured by sensor 2. Negative results will be reset to zero. The differential value is calculated as follow:

Diff = MaterialLevel2 – MaterialLevel1

MaterialLevel2 = LowLevel2 – Space2

MaterialLevel1 = Lowlevel1 –Space1

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DIFFERENTIAL LEVEL WIRING

Junction Box

AWR2/AWR234

RELAY 1 RELAY 2 RELAY 3 RELAY 4 RELAY 5

ANALOG TRANSDUCER

Is

4-20mA

-

COMMS DC-IN AC-IN

-

12-30VDC 90-265 VAC

AWRT-JB-01

AMP

TX2

TX1

Junction Box

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011 up stream

High 2

Low 2

High 1

Low 1 down stream

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Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

OPEN CHANNEL FLOW MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLES

OBSTRUCTIONS IN CHANNEL CAUSE RISE IN LEVEL

An obstruction in a channel represents a reduction of the cross-section of the channel. Since practical liquids are essentially incompressible, the volume of liquid flowing past an obstruction must equal the volume flowing towards it. It follows that the liquid must divert around the obstruction.If a barrier to flow is installed across the bottom of a channel, the liquid level rises as it flows over it - this leads to the use of the weir in open-channel flow measurement. If the cross-sectional area of a channel is reduced, the liquid level must rise as it flows past - this leads to the flume.

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The height of the liquid surface above the Weir is called the Flow Head

(h)

. The head is known to be related to the Volume

Flowrate

(q)

, allowing the flowrate to be calculated from measurement of the head.

The formula is of me form: q = kha

where the exponent a is typically about

1.5 and the constant k depends upon the channel and weir dimensions.

Different shapes of weir have been developed to provide improved accuracy under different conditions, but the principle is the same for all. These various weirs have different exponents, but most within the range of 1.3 to 1.7.

Flumes, in which the channel width is narrowed have become preferred for accuracy and robustness (eg. self scrubbing). Many flume profiles have been developed, each having its advantages and disadvantages for a given application.

A similar exponential relationship exists between head and flowrate in these flumes, and each type has a different exponent, commonly in the range of 1.3 to 1.8.

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SULTAN FOR POSITION MEASUREMENT

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

The Sultan series includes a product range specifically designed for machine position sensing. Such a system is typically used to provide a signal representing the linear position of a moving machine to a control system.

Sultan’s high powered Acoustic Wave measurement technology applied in this way provides a reliable, simple solution to measuring machine positions in simple or difficult environments, and is able to provide secure performance in the presence of dust, steam and with complex mechanical structures nearby.

The system is a two part (Master-Slave) system, where each part is dimensionally similar to a standard Sultan Integral or Remote level measurement system.

The master system is in fact a standard Sultan level system, with its software set for position measurement. The slave system must be ordered specifically as it uses different components to the standard Sultan system.

-Each part: Master and Slave must be selected to have the same operating frequency as one another, as they work together to generate the position measurement.

-One part is located at a fixed point, facing the moving machine, in line with its axis of movement, and slightly beyond one end of its travel.

The second part is located on the moving machine, facing the fixed unit in a direct line of sight.

-All control system connections are made

ONLY to the Master unit. No control connections are required, nor available at the slave end.

-The customer may choose which part (Master or Slave) is located on the moving machine, according to the location and availability of control system inputs.

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*Generally it is likely that placement of the

Master unit at a fixed location, and the Slave on the moving machine will provide the simplest and least costly installation, as control system cabling then only needs to connect to a fixed point, not via any moving cable system to the moving machine.

-The customer may also choose to use Integral or Remote systems for either the Master or

Slave parts.

*It is likely that the most convenient installation style will include a Remote unit for the Master, and an Integral for the Slave, as there is rarely any need to access or adjust the Slave, and an

Integral unit is more compact and has a lower purchase cost. At the Master end, however, a

Remote unit allows a convenient local display of the measured position, and provides a neat solution for connection of control wiring, and easy adjustment of operating parameters at a user accessible location, rather than directly at the sensor position.

-The Slave unit requires only power supply connections, and the Master requires power supply and control system signal connections.

Software Setup for Positioning Applications:

The basic setup of a system is done almost entirely from the Master unit. There is rarely any requirement to adjust the slave at all.

Adjustment of all parameters in the Master of a positioning system is almost identical to what it would be for a level application. The Sultan operation manual description of parameter setup for level applies equally for positioning, with the following simple differences:

Quick Set:

-Low Level and High Level span points in the instrument represent maximum and minimum amounts of product in a level application. In

Acoustic Wave Series

SULTAN FOR POSITION MEASUREMENT

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011 a position application, these settings refer to maximum and minimum positions of the moving machine, so the High Level refers to the minimum separation between the sensor or flange faces of the Master and Slave units, and the

Low Level represents the maximum separation between the two sensor faces.

*Units should be mounted in such a way that at least the minimum ‘Blanking Distance’ as given on the specifications of the frequency of unit being used is maintained between the Master and Slave sensor faces at all times and all possible travel distances. It is recommended that where possible, double the specified distance should be used to provide some security margin in operation.

-All distances for setup parameters, and displayed distances in the ‘Space’ mode have a zero reference at the face or flange of the

Master sensor.

-Select only ‘Position’ for the ‘Application Type’ parameter of the Sultan Software to provide optimal performance when used for a positioning application.

-Normally, select ‘Space’ for the ‘Display Mode’ parameter of the Sultan Software. The display will then show the separation distance between the two sensor faces.

-Set the ‘Fill Rate’ and ‘Empty Rate’ (found under ‘Application Type’) according to the maximum possible speeds of movement of the machine: Fill Rate to the maximum speed (in metres per hour) which the machine may move toward the fixed sensor, and Empty Rate to the maximum speed (in metres per hour) which the machine may move away from the fixed sensor.

Transducer Setup:

-Set the ‘Gain’ as required by the application to achieve a reliable signal (0.8-2.5V).

*The setting of ‘Gain’ required for a positioning

52 application should generally be significantly lower than that which would be needed for a level application over a similar distance.

Positioning signals are direct from Master to

Slave, or Slave to Master, and do not suffer the losses in reflection, or absorption in a round trip that would occur in a level application. If gain is set higher than needed, then echo signals from nearby structures can generate reflections and give false outputs.

-Check that the ‘Gain Step’ is set to a slightly lower value than the value selected above for

‘Gain’ (0.5% suggested minimum difference).

-Set the ‘Blanking Distance’ parameter to the minimum separation distance possible between the two sensors, with the moving machine at its minimum extreme of physical travel. As mentioned above, this must be greater than the

‘Blanking Distance’ given in the specifications.

-Set the ‘Empty Distance’ to slightly longer than the maximum separation distance possible between the two sensors, with the moving machine at its maximum extreme of physical travel.

*Sensors used in positioning systems can normally be used over much longer distances (typically double) than the same sensors used in a level application due to the lower losses with direct transmission and reception of signals compared to reflecting of a target.

Advanced Note:

*The ‘Slope Distance’ used for positioning systems is typically 2 times that used for level applications.

*Gain Values for Gain Steps and Gain parameter are generally significantly lower than the same frequency of instrument would use in a level application.

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GAIN ADJUSTMENT

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

GAIN ADJUSTMENT (Gn)

Adjusting the Gn value will effect sensitivity of the acoustic wave system over the entire span except for that controlled by Gain Steps. The Gain Slope is not affected.

Note:

The higher the Gain Value the more sensitive the system becomes.

SLOPE ADJUSTMENT

Gain

High Gain

Medium Gain

Low Gain

Gmax

Higher Gn value

Lower Gn value

Time / Distance

Blanking and Gain Steps

Adjusting the Slope value will affect how fast the Gain rises over the entire span except for that controlled by Gain Steps. The starting Gain is not affected.

Note:

The lower the Slope Value, the steeper the Gain Curve is. The Slope value is a distance in the selected units (metres or feet).

Gain

Low slope value

Medium slope value

High slope value

Lower slope Higher slope

Gmax

Time / Distance

Blanking and Gain Steps

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RECOVER ADJUSTMENT

RECOVER ADJUSTMENT

Gain changes automatically from Basic

Gain Curve to include additional Recover

Gain when neccessary.

Changes occur in small increments to a maximum of the Recovery value.

Gain

Recover value

Gn

Blanking and Gain Steps

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Gmax

Time / Distance

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SETTING THE SYSTEM

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Things to check

Check S value if less than approximately 1 volt increase Gn setting by

10%. The echo size should be at least 2.0 volts. Remember - anything above the Threshold value closest to the sensor will be the displayed

E distance.

1 DISPLAY DISTANCE

CLOSER THAN

ACTUAL LEVEL

If the distance displayed is incorrect and a closer distance than the level echo heading go to Map and map to a distance 10% (min) past the unwanted echo.

If the incorrect displayed distance has a signal size greater than 1.0 volt it is recommended to move the sensor until the unwanted echo is less than 0.5 volts. The larger the size of the unwanted echo, the less is the likelyhood of smooth transition through this point when the level reaches this distance.

The mapped echo must be smaller than the actual level. A rule of thumb is the level echo should be double the return echo signal voltage size compared to the mapped unwanted echo.

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is the incorrect distance.

Ensure the signal size S: is less than 1.0 volts - if neccessary move the transducer when

E1

S value is less than 1.0V map to 2.2m.

To eliminate E1 from being considered as an echo when filling occurs at

E2

is co-incident with E1 position.

E2

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SETTING THE SYSTEM

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

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E2

is more than double the size of

E1

, hence it is possible to monitor and follow

E2

at this

E1

mapped distance.

Note:

It would be possible to increase the threshold value to a number greater than the

E1

signal S: value

E1

then would be smaller than the threshold hence cannot be seen by the software as a potential level echo.

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Acoustic Wave Series

SETTING THE SYSTEM

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

2 DISPLAY DISTANCE FURTHER THAN ACTUAL LEVEL

If the distance displayed is greater than the actual level, increase

Gn

until the distance is displayed, on the diagnostic

E: value

then go to

S: value

and increase

Gn

to read an approximate

S: value

of 2.0 volts.

Echo Size Volts

E1 Actual Level

E2 Reflected larger echo

E2

E1

Threshold Value

Distance(m)

By increasing

Gn

, it is possible to then monitor the correct level echo.

Echo Size Volts

E1 Actual Level

E2 Reflected larger echo

E2

E1

Threshold Value

Distance(m)

Note:

It would be possible to lower the Threshold Value to ensure

E1

is larger than the Threshold Value

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SPECIAL APPLICATION SETUP EXAMPLES

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Diesel Tank

Info

Serial No: 15944

Type:

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

01

5.50

01

Tx Serial No:

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

22607

20

4.78

01

Use 20 kHz

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

0.300

0.7

0.403

2.7

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

0.350

15.1

0.500

96.0

20

3000

3156

208

0.500

96

110.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

0.0

0.0

0.1

0.160

0.001

0.001

2

40

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 30.0

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

24.0

0.900

0.40

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

0.400

30.000

3407

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 12.620

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

0.429

Liquids

0.3

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

100

0.3

100

20.00mA

180

0

Material

Ash Pit

Info

Serial No: 13744

Type:

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

Tx Serial No:

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

00

5.61

01

18629

20

4.78

01

Use 20 kHz

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

Factory

Slope Dist(m): 0.300

20

3000

3152

222

0.500

96

110.0

0.7

0.403

2.7

0.350

14.9

0.500

96.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

14.9

14.9

0.1

1.000

0.100

0.100

2

10

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 34.9

20.0

1.200

0.40

1.200

30.000

3386

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 9.420

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

3.420

Liquids

10.0

15

10.0

8

20.00mA

180

0

Material

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SPECIAL APPLICATION SETUP EXAMPLES

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Sewer Pump Station

Info

Serial No: 14284

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Type: 00 Slope Inc(%):

0.300

0.7

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

Tx Serial No:

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

3.93

01

15127

20

4.55

01

Use 20 kHz

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

3135

213

0.500

96

110.0

0.403

2.7

0.350

15.1

0.500

96.0

20

3000

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

2

10

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

4.0

4.0

0.1

0.200

0.010

0.010

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 18.0

Gain Step 3(%): 18.0

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

0.900

0.40

0.320

30.000

3367

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 7.000

Hi Level(m): 0.500

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

Liquids

10.0

10

10.0

10

20.00mA

180

0

Matrl%

Heavy Medium Sump

Info

Serial No: 15944

Type: 01

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

Tx Serial No:

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

5.50

01

22607

15

4.78

01

Use 15 kHz

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Slope Inc(%):

0.450

0.7

3000

3156

208

0.500

64

110.0

0.403

1.1

0.500

8.0

0.700

96.0

20

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

2

10

8.000

98.7

0.100

2.4

0.020

10

0.0

30.0

1.5

1.000

0.100

0.150

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 20.0

Gain Step 3(%): 12.0

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

0.750

0.50

0.500

30.000

3407

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 6.000

Hi Level(m): 0.500

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

Slurry

50.0

20

51.0

20

20.00mA

180

0

Space

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SPECIAL APPLICATION SETUP EXAMPLES

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Primary Jaw Crusher

Info Factory

Serial No: 11493 Slope Dist(m):

Type:

SoftVer:

00

5.55

ModbusID: 01

Tx Serial No: 12070

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

20

4.78

01

Use 20 kHz

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

96.0

20

3000

3152

197

0.500

64

110.0

0.300

0.7

0.403

2.7

0.350

15.1

0.500

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

10

8.000

98.7

0.030

2.4

0.020

10

0.0

0.0

0.3

2.000

1.000

1.000

2

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 32.0

24.0

0.900

0.40

1.600

30.000

3360

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 2.700

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

2.000

Solids

100.0

4

100.0

4

20.00mA

180

0

Space

Secondary Crusher

Info Factory

Serial No: 10547 Slope Dist(m):

Type: 32768 Slope Inc(%):

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

5.55

02

Tx Serial No: 21405

Tx Model No: 20

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

4.78

01

Use 20 kHz

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

20

3000

3125

211

0.500

64

110.0

0.300

0.7

0.403

2.7

0.350

15.1

0.900

96.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

0.0

0.0

0.1

2.000

1.000

1.000

2

10

Tx Setup

Gain(%):

Gain Step 3(%):

36.0

30.0

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

1.500

0.40

1.500

30.000

3390

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 3.300

Hi Level(m): 1.100

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

Solids

100.0

4

100.0

4

20.00mA

180

0

Space

60 61

60

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SPECIAL APPLICATION SETUP EXAMPLES

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Surge Bin

Info

Serial No: 15379

Type:

SoftVer:

00

5.50

ModbusID: 02

Tx Serial No: 18252

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

10

4.78

01

Use 10 kHz

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

96.0

100

3000

2854

183

0.500

96

110.0

0.086

0.1

0.403

2.7

0.550

8.0

0.850

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

8

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

25.1

25.3

0.3

3.000

0.200

0.150

2

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 14.9

16.0

1.500

0.40

1.000

18.000

3347

0.108

1.0000

14.800

14.800

0.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 14.800

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

1.000

Solids

90.2

6

63.5

6

4.00mA

180

0

Matrl%

ROM Bin

Info

Serial No:

Type:

SoftVer:

ModbusID: 01

Tx Serial No: 20769

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

20970

Use 10 kHz

00

5.56

10

4.78

01

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

0.800

0.7

0.403

2.7

0.550

8.0

1.500

96.0

100

3000

2900

181

0.500

96

110.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

5.1

5.1

0.1

5.000

1.000

0.100

2

20

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 20.0

16.0

4.500

0.30

4.500

25.000

3360

0.108

1.0000

10.000

10.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 14.000

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

5.000

Solids

300.0

5

300.0

5

20.00mA

180

0

Matrl%

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SPECIAL APPLICATION SETUP EXAMPLES

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Coal on Belt Detector

Info

Serial No: 15325

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

Type: 00 Slope Inc(%):

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

3.98

57

Tx Serial No: 16097

Tx Model No: 20

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

4.55

01

Use 20 kHz

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

20

3000

3220

205

0.500

64

110.0

0.050

0.7

0.403

2.7

0.350

15.1

0.500

96.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

0.0

0.0

0.4

6.000

0.500

0.500

1

40

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 30.0

Gain Step 3(%): 26.0

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

0.700

0.40

0.700

10.000

3326

0.052

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 1.154

Hi Level(m): 0.839

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

Solids

150.0

1

150.0

1

20.00mA

180

0

Space

Cement Silo

Info

Serial No: 10747

Type:

SoftVer:

ModbusID:

Tx Serial No:

Tx Model No:

Tx SoftVer:

Tx ModbusID:

32768

5.50

01

6580

05

4.73

01

Use 5 kHz

Slope Inc(%):

Detector:

GainStep1(%):

DistStep1(m):

GainStep2(%):

Factory

Slope Dist(m):

DistStep2(m):

GainMax(%):

PulsePwr:

PulseRate:

Frequency:

Filter:

I-Waste:

AdvFilter:

I-Charge:

2.200

96.0

150

10000

2821

25

0.500

96

110.0

0.400

0.7

0.403

1.3

1.350

10.0

Track

Recover First(%):

Recover Max(%):

Recover Inc.(%):

Window(m):

Win Fwd(m):

Win Back(m):

Confirm:

Hold:

Tx Voltage:

Noise Sw(%):

Echo Width(m):

Search First(%):

Movement(m):

No of Echo:

2

24

8.000

98.7

0.030

0.0

0.020

10

22.0

22.0

0.1

1.500

0.002

0.004

Gain Step 3(%):

Dist Step 3(m):

Threshold:

Blanking(m):

EmptyDist(m):

Temp Adj:

Dist Adj(m):

Velocity:

MapDist(m):

MapUsed(m):

MapMargin(%):

Tx Setup

Gain(%): 24.0

24.0

2.600

0.20

1.500

65.500

3360

0.108

1.0000

2.000

0.000

1.1

1. Do not change fields with no values shown

2. Circled - Values shown are suited only for the example application.

Set according to your application specifics.

Quick Start

Low Level(m): 15.500

Hi Level(m):

Application:

Rate of Fill:

Damp Fill:

Rate of Empty:

Damp Empty:

Failsafe:

Fail Safe Time:

Lock Code:

Disp Mode:

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Solids

0.6

600

3.3

24

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SOFTWARE MENUS - ENTERING DATA

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

All software adjustments are achieved via the four

PUSHBUTTONS on the front panel of the Sultan amplifier.

FROM MAIN DISPLAY

(A) Press and hold - interups normal operations and allows access to customised options.

Changes headings and allows EDIT function to occur.

IN SET-UP

(B) Momentary press – saves selected value.

Press and hold – scrolls through set-up menus and parameters.

(A) Increases displayed value.

(B) Scrolls up through software set-up options.

(A) Decreases displayed value.

(B) Scrolls up through software set-up options.

(A) Only used when selections are finished.

(B) Stores the current set-up in memory, and checks the validity of the software selections, then returns the Sultan to normal operating condition.

Use these 4 buttons along with the ‘software tree’ to customise the Sultan for your application.

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Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

SOFTWARE MENUS - ENTERING DATA - Diagnostic Display

(1)

Go to

Quickset

and enter the values for the specific application.

When finished press

RUN

twice.

(2)

Go to diagnostic display, the display should show.

Space

X.XXm

If you press the pushbuttons the following diagnostic are shown.

Space

4.221m

Damped distance

E:

S:

Gn:

R:

N:

T:

W

W

Normal

4.2

1.11V

37.6%

0.0%

1.9%

23.2ºC

2.0m

2.4m

Instant echo distance

Echo size in volts

Gain at distance echo is detected

The amount of gain to recover if the echo is less than threshold detection voltage level

Noise value

Temperature at sensor face

Window starting distance

Window finishing distance

Normal or recover. Normal if echo is above threshold, Recover if below threshold

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ENTERING DATA - Volume Adjustment

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Volume Menu

Volume Menu is used to calculate the volume based on the material Level for different vessel shapes. The calculated (Level, Volume) table can be read from or written to a Sultan unit with amplifier software version above or equal to

3.72.

Volume Parameter Definitions

LowLevel

= Distance from the Face of the transducer that corresponds to the low level in the vessel (4mA Analog output).

HiLevel

= Distance from the face of the transducer that corresponds to the high level in the vessel (20mA analog output).

h3

= Distance from the face of the transducer to the top of the vessel.

h2

= Total height of the vessel.

h1

= Height of the bottom section (cone or pyramid base).

d

= Diameter of the Cylinder Section.

d2

= Diameter of the Cone Base at the bottom.

w

= Width of the rectangular section.

L

= Breadth of the rectangular section.

MaxVolume

= Maximum Calculated Volume of the Vessel.

Density

= Density of the material inside the vessel.

Full Scale Value (FSV)

= Maximum Capacity of the Vessel.

Volume User Guide

1.

Choose the Vessel Shape.

2.

Set the LowLevel and HiLevel according to your application.

3.

Set the Vessel parameters such as L, w, d and h1. Refer to the vessel figure for the definition of each parameter.

4.

Set the values of h2 and h3 if required (optional). Tick the Enabled box to modify h2 and h3. By default h3=HiLevel and h2=(LowLevel

- HiLevel).

5.

Choose the Volume unit.

6.

Enter Density or Full Scale values if necessary (optional).

Full Scale Value (FSV) = MaxVolume * Density

In the above equation, MaxVolume is calculated by software and can not be modified. The user may enter Density or FSV to determine the other parameter.

7.

Except the critical points that are shown with red colour, any pair of (Level, Volume) points can be modified. Double Click on the points to modify.

8.

Click on Write Volume to write the Level/

Volume table to the unit. This also saves the application setting to the database.

To write successfully, unit must be on RUN mode and amplifier software version must be

3.72 or above.

9.

After writing to the unit, make sure that the display of the unit changes to Volume and the volume unit shown on the display is the same as what you selected from GosHawk.

10.

Click on Read Volume to read the volume table from the unit if required.

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ENTERING DATA - Volume Adjustment

Here is an example how to program Sultan with Volume:

1. Choose Vessel Shape Cylinder as show in Figure below:

2. Set LowLevel to 5.6

3. Set Hi Level to 0.5

4. Set diameter to 3.020

5. Do not select Optional Parameter. Make sure that Enable is not selected in optional parameters

6. The Max Volume that is calculated by GoshawkII should be 36.531 as shown below.

7. Set the FSV to 200

8. Choose Cubic Meter as Volume Unit

9. Click on Write to write the Volume to the unit.

10. Now Face the transducer to a target at space = 1.709 meter

Manual

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Figure 1: Volume

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Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

SOFTWARE MENUS - ENTERING DATA - Volume Adjustment

Now let’s calculate the Volume

Low Level – Space = 5.6 – 1.709 = 3.891, which is between point 23 (3.740) and point

24 (3.910), Vol at point 23 is 146.7, Vol at point 24 is 153.3, therefore, our Vol shown on

Tank View should between 146.7 and 153.3

- Volume shown on figure 2 is 152.6 which is between 146.7 and 153.3

- Check the Sultan unit display, Volume shown is 152.6cm

Point 24

Point show on LED

Point 23

Mat

3.910

3.891

3.740

Vol %

76.67

76.29

73.33

Vol

153.3

152.6

146.7

- Ok, let’s calculate this Volume by ourself:

Vol % = Mat / (LowLevel – HiLevel) * 100% = 3.891 / (5.6 – 0.5) * 100% = 76.29%

Vol = FSV * Vol% = 200 * 76.29% = 152.58 ->> 152.6

- Therefore, the Vol shown on Tank View form is the same as Vol shown on Sultan display, and is the Volume level filled in the tank.

Figure 2: Volume shown in Tank View form

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - Quickset

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

QUICKSET

To gain access to the parameter menu, press and hold the button until “Unlock

0” is displayed on the LCD. Then use the

buttons to select the access code.

The factory default is 0.

Code

Allows the user to set an access code other than 0 to avoid unauthorised changes to the programming. Use the

buttons to select the desired access code.

Units

Allows the user to select the units for display of measured distances and relay set point programming. The choices are metres/centimetres or feet/inches.

Low Level

Sets the distance from the face of the transducer that corresponds to the low level in the vessel being monitored -4mA analog output level.

High level

Sets the distance from the face of the transducer that corresponds to the High level in the vessel being monitored - 20mA analog output level.

Note: When setting the High and Low levels a minimum span of 100mm MUST be maintained.

Fail Time

Allows the user to enter the number of pulses when a last echo condition occurs prior to failing. It is recommended to enter a minimum of 50 pulses.

Fail-safe

Allows the user to select their preferred

Fail-safe condition. There are 5 possible mA output failure values. They are:

20mA, 4mA, Last Known, <4.00mA and

>20.00mA.

Application Type

Allows the user to select the type of application Liquids, Slurries, Solids. The response of the system is automatically changed to allow for application requirments.

Fill Rate / Emp Rate

Allows the user to select the approximate speed of the level change. This auto-matically sets various parameters to allow a faster or slower response.

Display

Allows the user to select the prefered display on the LCD, options Space, Material,

% Material, Flow, Avg Material, Dilhrd P,

Flow Tbl, volume

Flow

Allow open channel flow using q=kha.

Flow Unit

Litres, k litres, m litres, Cube ft, Cube mtrs.

Flow Exp.

This is the Expontential of the flume.

Flow Max.

This is the maximum flow for the flume.

Lo Cut Off

This is the value, typically, when the flow is less than 1cm in height it is deemed not to be flowing.

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - Quickset

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

QuickSet

CAL

Unit

Low Level

CAL

CAL

Select unit of measurement from

Feet

Metres

Centimeters

Inches

Adjust vessel low level (maximum measured distance from transducer face)

High Level

Fail Safe

App Type

Display Mode

CAL

Adjust vessel high Level (minimum measured distance from transducer face)

CAL

3.50mA

3.80mA

20.20mA

Last Known

CAL

CAL

Position

Slurry

Solids

Liquids

CAL

Note:

If using GosHawk PC comms, after changing ‘app type’ you need to reset fill & empty rate to 1 and then enter your preferred values.

Fail Time

Fill Rate

CAL

Empty Rate

CAL

CAL

Adjust Fail time (seconds)

Adjust vessel fill rate

Adjust vessel empty rate

CAL

Avg Matrl

Diff O/P

Space

Material

*

*

Material%

Flow

*

Flow Tbl

CAL

*

Go to ‘Display Modes’ on page

1: SenAdd

CAL

Sensor

Address

Default: 1

CAL

1: TxAdds

CAL

Transducer

IDs. Default 1

Offset

AmpReset

LockCode

CAL

CAL

CAL

Enter distance offset value

Reset Amplifier to default settings

You will be prompted to confirm action

Change unlock code

(default 0)

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - TX Setup

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

Gain (Gn):

This is a settable level which repesents the starting value for the units receiver gain at the beginning of normal control (time varying gain control). This value will take over gain control after the last of the gain limit steps (Gs/Ds). The true effect of this parameter is to increase or decrease gain levels (and echo sizes) at all points on the gain curve, by moving the whole gain curve up or down (as if holding it by its end). This is generally used to increase or decrease the size of echoes across the whole measurement range (except for very close to the transducer, which can be controlled by fixed gain steps if required). Increasing

Gain (Gn) has a similar effect to decreasing detection Threshold (Thld) and the reverse is also true.

The result of changes can be seen immediately as the unit pulses during adjustment of this parameter and displays the distance found (in SPACE mode without damping). This parameter is duplicated under the Tracking menu (only seen in code 195). Changes made either here or in Tracking will result in a change to both.

It is included twice in order to simplify user access under code 0.

Normally Gs and Ds must be considered and adjusted as a pair, and should only need adjustment to assist in masking mounting or transducer related prolems.

The result of changes can be seen immediately as the unit pulses during adjust-ment of this parameter and displays the distance found (in SPACE mode without damping). This parameter is duplicated under the Tracking menu (only seen in code 195). Changes made either here or in Tracking will result in a change to both.

It is included twice in order to simplify user access under code 0.

Distance Step (Ds):

This value represents the distance from the transducer face (in metres or feet as per the user selection) over which a gain limit of Gs will be applied. This gain limit can be used to lessen the effect of poor mountings and is the only one of the three gain steps which should be used for field problem correction

(G1/D1 and G2/D2 steps are normally only used at default values to hide transmit pulse

/ ringing).

Normally Gs and Ds must be considered and adjusted as a pair, and should only need adjustment to assist in masking mounting or transducer related problems.

Gain Step (Gs):

This value repsesents the maximum receiver gain (%) at which the unit will operate within a distance of Ds (described below) from the transducer face. Inside this distance the receiver may operate at a lower gain if G1 and/or G2 are set to lower values than Gs, otherwise the unit will operate with a fixed gain value Gs for measurement of distances up to Ds.

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - TX Setup

Manual

Rev 1.71, Mar 2011

The result of changes can be seen immediately as the unit pulses during adjustment of Ds either here or in Tracking will this parameter and displays the distance found (in SPACE mode without damping).This parameter is duplicated under the Tracking menu (only seen in code 195). Changes made result in a change to both. It is included twice in order to simplify user access under code 0.

Thld:

The Thld (Threshold) parameter is a settable size (in Volts), which an echo must reach in order to be detected.

The instrument will accept the first echo exceeding the threshold voltage as the correct measured distance. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that correct transducer positioning will always make the first echo detected the true level being measured (it will be if the transducer has a clear “view” of the level and no obstructions). Adjustment of the gain control parameters and threshold parameter can help to select a correct echo from a number of different echoes present. Increasing a threshold value will also increase noise immunity if the echo from the level is sufficiently strong. Do not exceed a setting of 3.00 for Threshold.

The result of changes can be seen immediately as the unit pulses during adjustment of this parameter and displays the distance found (in SPACE mode without damping). This parameter is duplicated under the Tracking menu (only seen in code 195). Changes made either here or in Tracking will result in a change to both. It is included twice in order to simplify user access under code 0.

e.g: Solids and Powders = 0.5v to 1.75v

Liquids = 0.5v to 2.0v.

DistTrim: (Y/N):

Select Y to access distance calibration parameters.

Velocity:

The Velocity parameter can be used to compensate measurements being taken in gas mixtures other than air. The speed of sound is changed by different gas compositions, so an ultrasonic measurement will be inaccurate by some factor. Variation of this velocity factor until the displayed distance is corrected to a known measured distance will eliminate errors due to the speed of sound differing slightly to that found in air. Note that this kind of compensation can only be effective in a constant atmosphere.

The composition of gases being measured through must be relatively constant with time to maintain accuracy. Continuously changing gas compositions in an atmosphere will reduce accuracy of ultrasonic measurement.

Default value is 1.0000 for a compens-ation factor of 1.0000 (no change from air).

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - Output Adjustment

4mA Adj:

Whilst the display shows ‘4mA Adj’, the analog (4-20mA) current output will be forced to its 4mA state. The actual loop current can be measured with an external meter and calibrated exactly by pressing the

UP

or

DOWN

arrows until the external meter reads exactly 4.000mA. Pressing the

CAL

button will store the calibration in the instruments memory.

Re-Calibration should only be necessary if a complete model reset is performed

(in extended Tracking under code 195), or if parts of the electronics assembly are changed in maintenance or repair operations.

20mA Adj:

Whilst the display shows ‘20mA Adj’, the analog (4-20mA) current output will be forced to its 20mA state. The actual loop current can be measured with an external meter and calibrated exactly by pressing the

UP

or

DOWN

arrows until the external meter reads exactly 20.000mA. Pressing the

CAL

button will store the calibration in the instrument is memory. Re-Calibration should only be necessary if a complete model reset is performed (in extended

Tracking under code 195), or if parts of the electronics assembly are changed in maintenance or repair operations.

Analog:

4-20/20-4mA The analog current output of the instrument can be set to act in the normal (4-20mA) or reverse (20-4mA) directions. The default condition is 4-

20mA, where the furthest distance from the transducer (low level) is output as 4mA, and current increases with filling to the closer (high level) span point of 20mA.

Simulate:

(Y/N):

Select

Y

to access measurement simulation mode. In simulation mode, the

UP

and

DOWN

arrow keys vary the distance on the display. The current output and any relays used will behave exactly as they should do if the measured distance (in

SPACE

mode without damping) was that shown on the display. This mode can be used to test correct behavior of outputs, or externally connected equipment.

RELAYS

Allows the user to set the relays for switching. The relays are programmed in a distance from the transducer face to the position where switching is required. Relays work in the following manner:

OFF

The relays will remain de-energised regardless of the measured distance or vessel contents.

The relays can be programmed to energise or de-energise depending on the product level in the vessel being monitored.

FS

If FS is selected, the relay will operate as a fail safe relay. The relay will be energised at all times and will deenergise if the ultrasonic switch goes in to failsafe condition.

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SOFTWARE MENUS - SETUP - Output Adjustment

Output Adj

CAL

Fill Damp

Empty Damp

CAL

CAL

Adjust Damping

000 Min.

999 Max.

Adjust Empty Damping

4mA Adj

CAL

Adjust 4.00mA for remote indicator

20mA Adj

CAL

Analogue 4-20mA

CAL

Simulate

Comms Type

CAL

CAL

Rly Mode 1 Off

CAL

Adjust 20mA for remote indicator

4-20mA

20mA

Invert mA output

Simulate 4-20mA change

DeviceNet

Profibus

HART

Modbus

See Figure: Comm

OFF

CAL

FS

En

DEN

CAL

Rly Mode 2 Off

CAL

Rly Mode 4 Off

CAL

RlyL1

RlyL2

CAL

###

(Distance

Limit)

Rly Mode 3 Off

CAL

**

FS

En

DEN

CAL

Edit

RlyL1

RlyL2

Rly Mode 5 Off

CAL

**Relay menu is the same for relays 1-5

*Press RUN twice

to revert to

normal operation

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TX Charge:

This is the voltage level for the transducer to pulse. Never enter more than 8.000V.

This should not be adjusted.

Window:

Measurements taken by the unit are expected to be able to rise or fall at a known maximum rate defined by the basic setup parameter Speed. The unit uses a window of reasonable width around its last confirmed distance measurement to aid in false echo filtering. Only echoes falling within this window are considered sensible. The window must be set wide enough to accommodate the maximum ex-pected level change between measurement pulses, and also wide enough to be able to lose an echo, due to noise or absorption, for a short time, and still catch it again as signal conditions improve. The echo must still fall inside the window as it returns.

The Window parameter is a distance (in metres or feet as per the user selection) which represents the starting width, either side of its centre point, of the window described above (total window width will be double the value of this parameter). The base window can increase further in size, in increments of the value of the Window parameter in each direction from its centre.

This will occur if no echo is found within the window after the Hold period has expired.

Window fwd:

This is the distance per pulse the window will move forward to go to another echo when the unit is in the recover mode.

Window back:

This is the distance per pulse the window will move backwards to go to another echo or when the unit is in the recover mode.

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Confirm:

This is the number of times an echo must be above the entered Threshold level before it is considered validated and then after validation the output and display will move ot this new position at a movement dictated by the entered damping number.

EN

The relay is normally energised and will de-energise when the product rises above the level determined by

L1 and remain de-energised until the product falls below the level determined by L2.

DEN

The relay is normally de-energised and will energise when the product rises above the level determined by

L1 and remain energised until the product falls below the level determined by L2.

L1

L1 determines the first switch point for relay switching.

L2

L2 determines the second switch point for relay switching.

Note:

L1 and L2 are set in the chosen display units relative to the face of the transducer,

DAMPING

Allows the user to define how quickly the switch responds to changes in the measured level within the vessel being monitor ed. A low damping value gives a fast response and a high damping gives a slow response. The damping limits are from 0 to

999. Eg: If you set the damping to a value of 60, the displayed distance will be the average of the last 60 pulses.

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SOFTWARE MENUS - FIGURE

: Comms

Profibus, DeviceNet, HART, Modbus

Profibus

CAL

Device ID

Baud Rate

F BusAdd

CAL

CAL

CAL

EDIT

EDIT

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Device ID

Baud Rate

F BusAdd

CAL

CAL

EDIT

CAL

EDIT

0-255

EDIT

125kbps

250kbps

500kbps

HART

MODBUS

CAL

CAL

Device ID

CAL

EDIT

Baud Rate

CAL

EDIT

Device ID

Baud Rate

CAL

CAL

EDIT

EDIT

0-255

1200kbps

4800kbps

9600kbps

19200kbps

38400kbps

57600kbps

0-255

1200kbps

4800kbps

9600kbps

19200kbps

38400kbps

57600kbps

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ADVANCED MENUS - Tracking

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ADVANCED MENUS - Differential Level

DISPLAY MODE

CAL EDIT

DIFF O/P

LO LEVEL 2

HI LEVEL 2

SENSORS

1: SEN ADD

2: SEN ADD

OFFSET

LOCK CODE

CAL EDIT

CAL EDIT

CAL EDIT

CAL EDIT

CAL EDIT

CAL EDIT

Avg Matr 1

Diff O/P

Space

Material

Material O/P

Flow

Volume

Flow Tbl

Adjust LoLevel of Sensor 2 (metres)

Adjust HiLevel of Sensor 2 (metres)

Adjust number of sensors attached to amplifier

1-250

1-28

Adjust offset (metres)

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ERROR CODE 01 - 04

Error 01:

Amplifier can not talk to transducer.

Error 02:

Amplifier can talk to transducer but transducer gives incorrect response.

Error 03:

ProfiBus or DeviceNet is selected but ProfiBus or DeviceNet module is not connected or responding.

Error 04:

Amplifier is programmed with incorrect software.

In general Error Code 01 indicates there is NO communication and Error Code 02 says there IS communication, but not of sufficient quality to be read reliably.

ERROR CODES

Error 01 Information

If Error 01 exists, then the amplifier can not communicate with the transducer, so it is impossible for it to display the address for you (the display cycle for Error 01 does not show any transducer information).

To find the transducer address you must connect directly to the transducer wires, then you will need to use the ‘ID Search-

Tx ID Search’ function of GosHawkII, or the Modscan program and Txfind utility. The BLUE and WHITE transducer communication wires and a Ground connection must be connected to your

PC via the RS485 converter. The PC then communicates directly with the transducer, not via the amplifier. The RED and BLACK transducer wires must remain connected to the amplifier terminals. These supply the correct power to the transducer.

The amplifier should be powered ON as normal, then press CAL until the display stops scrolling through the diagnostic messages. Start GosHawkII and use the

‘ID Search- Tx ID Search’ function. The transducer serial number will appear next to the ID number to which it is currently set.

The same thing will occur if you use the

Modscan program and Txfind utility.

Record the ID number found, power off, and reconnect the transducer BLUE and

WHITE wires to the amplifier terminals, and connect the RS485 converter to the ‘A’ and

‘B’ Modbus terminals as normal.

Error 02 Information

Error 02 indicates a communication data corruption between AWA and Transducer.

It can be a result of noise in data lines or one of data lines (“A” or “B”) being open circuit.

1. Make sure wiring is correct especially look to the screen (earth).

2. If it still doesn’t work, you should then disconnect the Transducer from AWA and check modbus ID’s of both AWA and Tx through GosHawkII “ID Search”.

If the ID numbers don’t match, write down Transducer ID number and then connect AWA to GosHawkII and change it’s Modbus ID to recorded value through “Info Screen” window.

3. If the Transducer can’t communicate with GosHawkII send it back to Factory for replacement.

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1. General

The Hawk Sultan Series Acoustic Wave equipment uses high frequency acoustic waves to measure the distance from the sensor face to the material product surface. The equipment is available as an Integral Transmitter or as a Remote system, with an Ex or non-Ex rating.

The AWI series Sultan Acoustic

Wave Integral Transmitter models, as well as the AWS series Sultan

Smart Transducer models consist of a transducer and an electronic control amplifier in a single housing. They are mounted directly at the level measurement point – usually at the top of a vessel and focused downwards to the product surface. The Integral

Transmitter includes a user interface keypad and display, whereas the Smart

Transducer is smaller in size and has no user interface except for the communication port.

The ST Series Sonar transducers are similar to the AWRT series Sultan

Acoustic Wave Remote Transducers.

They are normally installed submerged in a liquid or slurry rather than in an air medium.

The TE Series and TD Series transducers are alternatives to the AWRT series Sultan Remote

Transducer models. Consult the factory or local distributor for application and interface details on these.

2. Category 1 / 2 Equipment

Identification

If Hawk Sultan Acoustic Wave equipment is installed and mounted in

Category 1 or 2 hazardous areas, these

User Manual Safety and Operating

Instructions, the general Ex installation regulations and the general installation regulations for electrical equipment must all be observed. The installation of

Ex instruments should only be made by trained personnel.

The Remote Sultan system is one where an AWRT series Sultan Acoustic Wave

Remote Transducer is mounted at the level measurement point, and an AWR series Sultan Remote Electronics unit is installed some distance away, in a more convenient location.

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a)

Intrinsic Safe (Ex ia) rated Equipment for Category 1 Gas and Dust areas

(Zone 0)

Ex II 1 D T85ºC

Tamb = -20ºC to 75ºC

IP67

To be compliant, the equipment must be installed with suitable protection for the cable. It must be protected in a suitable manner and terminated in an enclosure suitable for the environment, such as a suitably certified EEx e junction box.

Sultan AWR, AWI, AWRT, and AWST series equipment models having an Ex ia rating can be identified from information on the additional marking label according to ATEX

Type Examination Certificate number

ITS04ATEX22807.

Ex II 1 GD EEx ia IIA T4 IP67

(Tamb = -20ºC to 70ºC)

To be compliant, the equipment must be installed with Intrinsic Barrier devices as described in Intrinsic Safe Installation.

Cables from both hazardous and safe areas must be segregated from each other according to the appropriate

Intrinsic Safe installation standards.

Sonar transducers are rated and marked IP68 for up to 1 metre submersion depth.

b)

DIP rated Equipment for Category 1 / 2

Dust areas (Zone 20 / 21)

c)

Encapsulated (Ex m) rated Equipment for Category 2 Gas and Dust areas

(Zone 1, 21)

Sultan AWRT, AWST, ST, TE and TD series equipment models with an Ex m rating can be identified from information on the additional marking label according to ATEX Type Examination

Certificate number ITS04ATEX82808X.

Ex II 2 GD

IP68

EEx m II

T6 (Tamb = -20ºC to 50ºC)

T5 (Tamb = -20ºC to 65ºC)

To be compliant, the equipment must be installed with suitable protection for the cable. It must be protected in a suitable manner and terminated in an enclosure suitable for the environment, such as a suitably certified EEx e junction box.

Sultan AWR, AWI, AWRT, AWST, ST,

TE and TD series equipment models having a Dust Ingress Protection rating can be identified from information on the additional marking label according to ATEX Type Examination Certificate number ITS04ATEX12896X.

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d)

Non Ex rated Equipment for safe areas:

Sultan equipment without Ex rating can be identified by the fact that only the standard Hawk part number / serial number marking label has been applied.

This equipment must only be installed in a safe area. Cables must be protected in a suitable manner and terminated in an enclosure suitable for the environment. Refer also to temperature range in Specifications.

c) Integral Transmitter AWI series models have cable glands located at the rear of the housing which face downward to protect against moisture ingress.

Ensure that cable glands are securely tightened to adequately seal the cable.

Be careful to seal any unused cable glands. The Smart Transducer model

AWST has one cable entry point.

d) Correct wiring. Follow the instructions in the Wiring Diagram sections. Wiring should be in accordance with relevant installation standards for hazardous area equipment or other local codes of practice.

3. Putting Into Service

To put a Hawk Sultan Unit safely into service, the following steps must be taken: a) Correct installation. Follow the instructions in Typical Installations and

Installation Guide.

e) Safe temperature. Temperature must not exceed the operating range of the Sultan unit. In particular, Ex rated equipment must not exceed the temperature limits stated in Category 1 /

2 Equipment Identification, above.

b) Remote Electronics enclosure conduit entry locations for AWR series models are shown in Dimensions – Remote

Enclosure. Remove the terminal cover by loosening the two captive screws.

Use a flat blade screwdriver and a slight tap to remove the selected conduit entry openings in the front of the enclosure.

Follow the installation instructions in the

Installation Guide and Wiring Diagram sections. Be careful to seal any unused cable glands. When wiring is complete, ensure the cable glands are securely sealed against the enclosure and the cable, then seal the terminal cover by tightening the two screws.

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f) Safe power supply. Power supply values must be according to the Specifications.

g) It is advised to provide a cover for the unit to prevent damage that could happen due to environmental conditions. e) The LCD display is visible through the clear lid of the AWR series Sultan

Remote Electronics enclosure. To view the LCD display on the AWI series

Sultan Integral Transmitter, open the visor by lifting up the front edge with a finger. Close and click into place again after viewing so that the display is protected from environmental effects.

h) Do not put into service where there is a possibility of contact with acetic acid. f) Before making any wiring or hardware configuration changes, it is important to disconnect power from the equipment.

4. Use

The instructions for safe use of the

Sultan Unit is as follows: a) The Sultan equipment must put into service safely. (see Putting Into Service, above).

b) This User Manual must be read and understood by any person involved with the unit. c) Environment and installation conditions should be checked regularly.

d) When opening the cover of the any

Sultan unit, prevent dust, liquids or chemical substances from getting inside the unit. Do not leave any cover open in rain or snow conditions.

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a) Make sure that the original unit is a Sultan ‘234’ model (eg, AWI234 or AWR234). It is not possible to reconfigure a Sultan ‘2’ model (eg,

AWI2 or AWR2) as a Sultan 234 model. Only Sultan ‘234’ models can be reconfigured to operate as Sultan

‘2’ models, and this modification is reversible.

b) Disconnect the power to the Sultan

‘234’ Unit.

6. Installation and Wiring

5. Assembling and dismantling

The only assembly that may be required by the user is to reconfigure a Sultan

‘234’ unit (2,3,4 wire operation) to that of a Sultan ‘2’ unit (2 wire operation). This flexibility is unique to Sultan equipment.

To safely reconfigure a Sultan ‘234’ model to that of a Sultan ‘2’ model:

Carefully follow Typical Installations,

Installation Guide and Wiring Diagram sections. Follow all points listed in

Putting Into Service, above. Wiring should be in accordance with relevant installation standards for hazardous area equipment or other local codes of practice.

7. Adjustment a)

Sultan Integral AWI series models:

To access the user controls, loosen the single captive screw sufficiently to release the lid. The lid can then be raised to one of two positions – 1) vertical, 2) swung right back [hinge unlocks] to gain access to the cable wiring located under the interior hinged cover flap. To close the lid, ensure that the double hinge at the top of the enclosure is locked into place before retightening the lid fastening screw.

c) To do the modification, follow the instructions in Wiring – Change Sultan

234 <=> Sultan 2.

d) Modify the wiring to suit the new output configuration as shown in Wiring

Diagrams.

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b)

Sultan Remote Electronics AWR series models:

To access the user controls, unlock the clear cover using the lever on the right hand side of the clear lid. Press this lever in the direction of the arrow

(towards the lid) to release the catch.

The lid can then be swung open to gain access to the user control push buttons.

Close the lid when finished. To lock the lid, press on the lower part of the lever, which moves the arrow symbol

(in reverse) slightly away from the lid, locking the lid closed.

parameter adjustment and data entering from a lap-top computer, read and fully understand the information in the

GosHawk II Manual either supplied with the equipment or downloaded free from the Hawk web-site:

www.hawkmeasure.com

The AWST series models (with no buttons) can only be adjusted in this way.

8. Application Conditions a)

Voltage Supply:

Must be according to the voltage supplies given in Specifications.

b)

Temperature:

c)

Change of output configuration:

The only other hardware adjustment that may be desired by the user is converting from the Sultan ‘234’ output configuration to the Sultan ‘2’ output configuration. Refer to Assembling and

Dismantling, above.

d)

Software Adjustment:

For software adjustment of Sultan unit parameter adjustment and data entry, refer to instructions in Entering

Data, and all of the Setup sections. If

GosHawk II software is to be used for

Must not exceed the operating temperature range stated in Putting

Into Service, above. To prevent inaccuracies due to extremes in temperature and the effect of long term

UV exposure, it is recommended that transducers constructed with grey/beige polypropylene housing material be protected from direct sunlight. This does not apply to the blue/green and dark grey plastic enclosure parts. These parts have better UV stability.

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c)

Cable Connection:

Cables must only be replaced by the same cable type. If extending the cable, it must be protected in a junction box and terminated in an enclosure suitable for the environment. Refer to Wiring

Diagrams – Transducer.

d)

Earthing:

Hawk Sultan Acoustic Wave equipment must be earthed to ensure that shielded cabling is effective.

e)

Electrostatic Discharge:

Hawk Sultan Acoustic Wave equipment has been certified safe to use in hazardous dust locations. Marking labels for Ex ia and Ex m equipment warn not to rub the surface with a dry cloth if equipment is installed in hazardous gas locations.

f)

Industrial Conditions:

This equipment is designed for use in normal industrial conditions relating to humidity, vibration, etc. If the user intends to operate the equipment in more severe environmental conditions, the manufacturer or local distributor should be consulted for advice.

9. List of equipment types:

Sultan Acoustic Wave Remote Electronics

Sultan Acoustic Wave Remote Sonar Electronics

– AWR series

– AWR Sonar Series

Sultan Acoustic Wave Remote Position Electronics – AWR Position Series

Sultan Acoustic Wave Remote Transducer

Sultan Acoustic Wave Remote Sonar Transducer

– AWRT series

– AWRT Sonar Series

Approvals

I,D

I,D

I,D

I,D,M

I,D,M

Sultan Acoustic Wave Integral Transmitter

Sultan Acoustic Wave Integral Sonar Transmitter

– AWI series

– AWI Sonar Series

Sultan Acoustic Wave Integral Position Transmitter – AWI Position Series

Sultan Acoustic Wave Smart Transducer

Sultan Acoustic Wave Smart Position Transducer

Sultan Acoustic Wave Smart Sonar Transducer

– AWST series

– AWST Position Series

– AWST Sonar Series

TE Series Transducer

TD Series Transducer

ST Series Transducer

Flange Selection

Cone Selection

Extras

Approval codes: I = Ex ia, D = DIP, M = Ex m

I,D

I,D

I,D

D,M

D,M

D,M

D,M

D,M

D,M

I,D,M

I,D,M

I,D,M

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10. Intrinsic Safe Input / Output Parameters, IS barrier types.

Note: All equipment in Zone 0 Hazardous area must have ATEX Cat 1 marking.

A. 2-wire Integral Transmitter in Zone 0 Hazardous area.

I.S. Barrier(s) connected between Transmitter and control system.

Current Loop Input:

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

Optional Communication to PLC/DCS:

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Co = 1000 μF

Lo = 223 μH

L/R Ratio = 170 μH/Ω

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758+

B. 2-wire Remote Amplifier in Zone 0 Hazardous area and Transducer in Zone

0 Hazardous area.

I.S. Barrier(s) connected between Amplifier and control system.

Current Loop Input:

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Li = 0

Ci = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

Barrier Eg, MTL 7766Pac

Optional Communication to PLC/DCS:

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Co = 1000 μF

Lo = 223 μH

L/R Ratio = 170 μH/Ω

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758+

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C. 2-wire Remote Amplifier in Safe area and Transducer in Zone 0 Hazardous area.

I.S. Barriers connected between

Transducer and Amplifier.

Transducer Power: from Remote Amplifier

Uo = 12.6 Volts

Io = 2.41 Amps

Po = 1.2 W

Co = 13.5 μF

Lo = 25 μH

L/R Ratio = 37.5 μH/Ω

Barrier Eg, MTL 7766Pac

Essential Communication to Transducer:

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Co = 1000 μF

Lo = 223 μH

L/R Ratio = 170 μH/Ω

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758+

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Intrinsic Safe Input / Output Parameters, IS barrier types (cont.)

Note: All equipment in Zone 0 Hazardous area must have ATEX Cat 1 marking

D.

3&4-wire Integral Transmitter in Zone 0 Hazardous area. [DC pwr only, Relays = 0]

I.S. Barriers connected between Transmitter and control system.

Power Supply:

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

Optional Current Loop

Supply Output: (I

S

terminal)

Uo = 25.2 Volts

Io = 0.482 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Lo = 1.22 mH

L/R Ra

Current Loop Output:

(I+ terminal)

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Li = 0

Ci = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

E.

3&4-wire Remote Amplifier in Zone 0 Hazardous area [DC power only, Relays = 0]

and Transducer also in Zone 0 Hazardous area.

I.S. Barriers connected between Remote Amplifier and control system.

Power Supply:

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

Optional Current Loop

Supply Output: (I

S

terminal)

Uo = 25.2 Volts

Io = 0.482 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Lo = 1.22 mH

Current Loop Output:

(I+ terminal)

Ui = 28 Volts

Ii = 93 mA

Pi = 0.66 W

Li = 0

Ci = 0

Barrier Eg, MTL 7787+

Optional

PLC Communication:

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

L/R

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758

Optional

PLC Communication:

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758

F.

3&4-wire Remote Amplifier in Safe area [DC power only, Relays = 0]

and Transducer in Zone 0 Hazardous area.

I.S. Barriers connected between Transducer and Remote Amplifier.

Transducer Power from Remote Amplifier

Uo = 12.6 Volts

Io = 2.41 Amps

Po = 1.2 W

Barrier Eg, MTL 7766Pac

Essential Communication

To Transducer

Ui = 9 Volts

Ii = 120 mA

Pi = 0.54 W

Ci = 0

Li = 0

Uo = 5.9 Volts

Io = 1.13 Amps

Po = 0.66 W

Barrier Eg, MTL 7758

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Sultan AW REMOTE ELECTRONICS

AWR2

Remote 2 Wire Housing/Facia Display Connection Board/Process Module, No relays

AWR234 Remote 2/3/4 Wire Housing/Facia Display Connection Board/Process Module, 5 relays

AWFR234 Remote 2/3/4 Wire Housing/Facia Display Connection Board/Process Module, 5 relays for Flow

HOUSING

S Standard polycarbonate electronics housing

P Panel Mount Housing

POWER SUPPLY

B 24 VDC standard

C 48 VDC for 2/3/4 units only

U Universal AC power supply (90-260 VAC input) for 234 units only

ADDITIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

S Switch only. 5 relays for AWR234 only

X 4-20mA analogue output module, includes Modbus comms

H HART 2 wire only

I HART Isolated 4 wire 2/3/4 only

W Modbus Comms only (not available for 2 wire Sultan)

P Profibus DP*

E Ethernet

D DeviceNet

Z Special Request

INTERNAL HAWKLINK MODEM (available with ATEX 0/20 approval)

X Not required

G2 GSM Frequency 800/1900 MHz/19200 Baud for USA,Canada,Chile,Argentina for Sultan 234 only

G4 GSM Frequency 900/1800 MHz/19200 Baud for Australia,Europe,Brazil for Sultan 234 only

APPROVAL STANDARD

X Not required

A0 ATEX 0 only for AWR2 (Areas II I GD IP67 Eexia II A T4) / IECEx Ex ia IIA T4 (Tamb -20C to +70C)

A22 ATEX Dust (Grp II Cat 3 D T85C IP67)

GP CSA Equip Class 2, Pollution Deg.2, Measurement II (Ordinary locations)

RN CSA Class I, Div. 1/2, Group D; Zone 0; AEx/Ex ia IIA; T4

KN CSA Class II, Div. 2 Grp F&G; Class III

P

OSITION UNIT / CRANE MASTER SOFTWARE OPTIONS

PS Position Slave

CM Crane Master

X Not required

AWR2 S B X X X X

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Sultan Remote Systems

Sultan AW Remote Transducer 3" and 3.5"

Model

AWRT

AWRT

Acoustic Wave Remote Transducer

Transducer Frequency

30

20

15

10

09

05

04

30kHz for applications up to 15m for 3" (4" cone is recommended for 3" units)

20kHz for applications up to 20m, available in 3" only (4" cone is recommended)

15kHz for applications up to 30m, available in 3" only (10" cone is recommended)

10kHz for applications up to 40m, available in 3.5" only (10" cone is recommended)

09Hz for high power extended range applications up to 170m (10" cone is recommended)

05kHz for applications up to 60m maximum, available in 3.5" only (10" cone is recommended)

04kHz for high power extended range applications up to 170m (10" cone is recommended)

Process Temperature - Facing material selection

S

Standard Temperature Dry Atmosphere only, (Polyolfin face) for 4, 5, 9 and 10kHz only

T

Standard Temperature (Wet Atmosphere, 3" teflon face)

Y

F

Z

High Temperature (Wet and Dry Atmosphere,150C, Titanium face) for 10KHz only

4" Full Teflon Face (for 30 and 20KHz Units only)

Special Request

Transducer Housing Material

4

6

Polypropylene

For 3” Teflon please contact factory

Thread Standards for End cap

X

TB

TN

Not Required (Standard Flange Mount, see flange & cone selection)

BSP

NPT

Mounting Thread Sizes

X

20

30

50

Not Required (Standard Flange Mount, see flange & cone selection)

2" thread for 50,40,30 KHz in Tefzel housing only

3" thread on the back cap for 30,20,15 KHz only. For 15kHz use "B" type flange.

3.5" thread on the end cap for 10 and 5KHz only

Approval Standard

X

Not Required

A0

IECEx Zone 0 (Ex ia IIA T4) / ATEX (Grp II Cat 1 GD IP67 EEx ia IIA T4)

A1

A20

A21

A22

GP

RN

KN

ATEX Encapsulated (Grp II Cat 2 GD EEx m II IP68)

ATEX Dust (Grp II Cat 1 D T85C IP67)

ATEX Dust (Grp II Cat 2 D T85C IP67)

ATEX Dust (Grp II Cat 3 D T85C IP67)

CSA Equip Class 2; Pollution deg 2; measurement II (ordinary locations)

CSA Class I; Div 1/2; Group D; Zone 0; AEx/Ex ia IIA; T4

CSA Class Ii; Div 2; Group F & G; Class III

Connection

C

IP68 Sealed unit with cable

Cable Length

6

6m cable (Standard)

15

30

50

X

15m cable

30m cable

50m cable

Not Required

Mounting Accessories

X

Not Required

CS

Cable Suspension for remote 50/40/30/20KHz only

Software Options for Sultan 234

PS

Position Slave

FP

F

X

Flow - Including multifit shading flange and fast temp compensation only available for 20, 30, 40, 50kHz

Not required

30 T 4 X X X C 6 X X

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Sultan AW SMART TRANSDUCER

AWST A

Sultan Smart, 2 wire 4-20 mA

C Smart Acoustic Wave Transducer with Modbus, 1 relay

D 234 Smart Acoustic Wave Transducer with modbus, 1 relay, 4-20mA

TRANSDUCER FREQUENCY

50 50kHz for applications up to 5m, available in 2” only

40 40kHz for applications up to 7m, available in 2” only

30 30kHz for applications up to 11m, available in 3”

20 20kHz for applications up to 20m, available in 3” only *

15 15kHz for applications up to 30m, available in 3” only*

10 10kHz for applications up to 40m, available in 3.5” only

09 09kHz for high power extended range applications up to 170m (10” cone required)

05 05kHz for applications up to 60m maximum, available in 3.5” only

04 04kHz for high power extended range applications up to 170m (10” cone required)

PROCESS TEMPERATURE -

S

T

Y

Z

Facing material selection

Standard Temperature (Dry atmosphere only, Polyolfin face)

Standard Temperature (Wet Atmosphere, teflon face)

High Temperature (Wet and Dry Atmosphere, 150C, Titanium face) for 10kHz only

Special Request

TRANSDUCER HOUSING MATERIAL

4

Polypropylene

6 Tefzel for 2” (standard). For 3” Teflon please contact Hawk.

THREAD STANDARDS

X

Not Required (see flange & cone selection)

TB BSP (Viton O-ring supplied)

TN NPT

THREAD SIZES

X

Not Required (standard flange mount)

20 2” thread gor 50,40,30 kHz only

30 3” thread for 30,20,15 kHz only

40 2” thread with 2” cone for 20kHz only

APPROVAL STANDARD

X

Not required

A1 ATEX Encapsulated (Grp II Cat 2 GD EEx m II IP68)

A20 ATEX Dust (Grp II Cat 1 D T85C IP67)

CONNECTION

C IP68 Sealed unit with 6 metre cable

CS above with suspension fitting

S

Screw top unit with M20 cable gland

Cable

6 6m cable

15 15m cable

30 30m cable

50 50m cable

X Not required (screw cap only)

AWST A 50 S 4 X X X S X

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FM, SAA (Pending)

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Sultan AW INTEGRAL

AWI2

Intergral 2 Wire, Housing/Facia Display Connection Board/Process Module, No relays

AWI234 Intergral 2/3/4 Wire, Housing/Facia Display Connection Board/Process Module, 2 relays

HOUSING

S

Standard Plastic Moulded Housing

POWER SUPPLY

B

24 VDC Standard

C 48VDC for 234 only

U Universal AC Power Supply (90-260 VAC input) and 12-30VDC, For 234 only

TRANSDUCER FREQUENCY

50

- 50kHz for applications 0-5m, available 2” only

40 - 40kHz for applications 0-7m, available 2” only

30 - 30kHz for applications up to 11m for 2” and 15m for 3” (4” cone is recommended for 3” units)

20 - 20kHz for applications up to 20m, available in 3” only * (4” cone is recommended)

15 - 15kHz for applications up to 30m, available in 3” only * (10” cone is recommended)

10 - 10kHz for applications up to 40m, available in 3.5” only * (10” cone is recommended)

09 - 09Hz for high power extended range applications up to 170m * (10” cone is recommended)

05 - 05kHz for applications up to 60m maximum, available in 3.5” only * (10” cone is recommended)

04 - 04kHz for high power extended range applications up to 170m* (10” cone is recommended)

PROCESS TEMPERATURE - Facing material selection

S

Standard Temperature Dry Atmosphere only, (polyolfin face) for 4, 5, 9 10 and 15kHz only

T Standard Temperature Wet Atmosphere (teflon face)

Y High Temperature (Wet & Dry Atmosphere,150C, Titanium face) 10kHz only

TRANSDUCER HOUSING MATERIAL

4

Polypropylene, Standard 30, 20, 15, 5kHz (Large Housing)

6 Tefzel for 2” (standard). For 3” Teflon please contact us

THREAD STANDARDS

X

Not Required (see flange & cone selection)

TB BSP

TN NPT

THREAD SIZES

X

Not Required

20 2” thread for 50,40,30 kHz only

30 3” thread for 30,20,15 kHz only

40 2” thread with 2” cone for 20kHz only

50 3.5” thread on the back cap for 5 and 10 kHz only

ADDITIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

S Switch only. 5 relays for 2/3/4 only

X

4-20mA analogue outpout module, includes Modbus comms

H HART 2 wire only

I HART isolated 4 wire, 2/3/4 only

W Modbus comms only (not available for 2 wire)

P Profibus DP

E Ethernet

D DeviceNet

Z Special request

APPROVAL STANDARD

A0 ATEX 0 only for AWI2

A22 ATEX Dust (Areas II ID T85C IP67)

X

Not Required

Position/CraneMaster Software Options

PS Position Slave

CM Crane Master

X

Not required

AWI2 S B 50 S 4 X X X X X

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APPROVAL STANDARDS

CSA, FM, SAA (Pending)

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FLANGE SELECTION

FLANGE

F

Flange Selection

A ANSI

D Din

J JIS

Z Special Request

2N 2” NPT flange

2B 2” BSP flange

3 3” acoustically isolated flange

4 4” acoustically isolated flange

8 8” acoustically isolated flange

10 10” acoustically isolated flange

Z Special Request

FLANGE MOUNTING

POSITION

A Cone Mounted

B Transducer Body Mounted

C Angle Flange

6 Teflon

Z Special Request

CONE SELECTION

CONE

C

Focalizer Cone

CONE SIZE

02N Adaptor for 2” NPT Sensor to fit into 4” cone (included)

02B Adaptor for 2” BSP sensor to fit

03 into 4” cone (included)

3” cone for 30,20 and 15kHz transducers with TB30 or TN30 threads

04 4” cone, 30 and 20kHz 3” transducer

08-15 8” cone,15kHz

08-10 8” cone, 10kHz

10-15 10” cone,15kHz

10-09 10” cone, 9kHz

10-10 10” cone, 10kHz

10-04 10” cone, 4kHz

10-05 10” cone, 5kHz

CONE MATERIAL

4 Polypropylene

6 Teflon

7 Carbon Fibre. Must be used with

Carbon Fibre flange

7A Carbon Fibre - comes attached to

Carbon Fibre ANSI flange

7D Carbon Fibre - comes attached to

Carbon Fibre DIN flange

7J Carbon Fibre - comes attached to

Carbon Fibre JIS flange

8 Polyurethane*

Z Special Request

F A 4 A - 4

LOCKING RING

LR

Not Required

4 For 4” and 6” flanges

8 For 8” cones for 15KHz

10 For 10” flanges/cones

Material

4 = Polypropylene

LR 4 - 4

C 04 - 4

* Polyurethane can be compressed to fit into the next smaller nozzel mounting size, e.g.. 8” polyurethane cone will compress into a 6” nozzel and so is 10” polyurethane in to 8” nozzel. Please confirm the maximum nozzel height allowed.

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Full

AW INTEGRAL ELECTRONICS

ELECTRONICS + FLANGE + CONE +

AW

I

2SB20T4XXXXX FA4A-4 C04-4

EXTRAS

X

Full

AW REMOTE TRANSDUCER

ELECTRONICS + FLANGE + CONE +

AWRT50S4XXXC6XX FA4A-4 C04-4

EXTRAS

X

Full

AW SERIES SMART TRANSDUCER UNIT

ELECTRONICS + FLANGE + CONE +

AWSTA30S4XXXC6 FA4A-4 C04-4

EXTRAS

X

Full

AW REMOTE ELECTRONICS

ELECTRONICS + EXTRAS

AWR234SUXXXX X

To be used with AW Series Remote Transducer

Additional product warranty and application guarantees upon request.

Technical data subject to change without notice.

All company or product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.

For the latest updates go to www.hawkmeasure.com

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Frequency

• 4kHz, 5kHz, 9kHz, 10kHz, 15kHz, 20kHz, 30kHz,

40kHz, 50kHz

Operating Voltage

• 12 - 30Vdc (residual ripple no greater than

100mV)

• 90 - 265Vac 50/60Hz

• 48Vdc,48Vac-90Vac 50/60Hz

• 30m (98ft) 15kHz liquids/slurries, 20m (65ft) solids

• 50m (165ft) 10kHz liquids/slurries/powders/solids

• 60m (196ft) 5kHz liquids/slurries/powders/solids

• 180m (588ft) 4/9 kHz for extended range

Resolution

• 1 mm (0.04”) 50, 40, 30,20, 15, 10, 5kHz

• 4 mm (0.2”) 9, 4kHz

Sensor Accuracy

• +/- 0.25% of measured range

Power Consumption

• <3W @ 24Vdc

• <10VA @ 240Vac

• <4W @ 48Vdc, <7VA @ 48Vac – 90Vac.

Analog Output

• 4 -20mA (750 ohms @ 24Vdc User supply, 250 ohms internally driven)

Operating Temperature

• Integral System -40°C (-40°F) to 80°C (176°F)

• Remote electronics -40°C (-40°F) to 80°C

(176°F)

• Remote transducer -40°C (-40°F) to 80°C

(176°F)

-40°C (-40°F) to 175°C (Hi-Temp. version)

Communications

• GosHawk, HART, Modbus, Profibus DP,

DeviceNet, Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus PA.

Multidrop mode can address 1-250 units over 4 wire

Transducer/Amplifier Separation

• Up to 1000m using specified extension cable

Relay Output

(2) Integral (5) Remote

• Form ‘C’ (SPDT) contacts, rated 0.5A at 240Vac

non-inductive.

• All relays have independently adjustable dead

bands.

• Remote fail-safe test facility for one relay.

Cable

• 4 conductor shielded twisted pair instrument cable.

Conductor size dependent on cable length.

BELDEN 3084A, DEKORON or equivalent.

Max: BELDEN 3084A = 500m (1640 ft)

Max: DEKORON IED183AA002 = 350m (980 ft)

Maximum Operating Pressure

• +/- 7.5 PSI (+/- 0.5 Bar)

Blanking Distance

• 50kHz = 0.25 m (10”)

• 40kHz = 0.30 m (12”)

• 30kHz = 0.35 m (14”)

• 20kHz = 0.45 m (17”)

• 15kHz = 0.60 m (24”)

• 10/9kHz = 1.0 m (39”)

• 5/4kHz = 1.5 m (59”)

Maximum Range

• 5m (16ft) 50kHz liquids

• 7m (22ft) 40kHz liquids

• 10m (33ft) 30kHz liquids, 5m (16ft) solids

• 20m (65ft) 20kHz liquids/slurries, 10m (33ft) solids

Beam Angle

• 7.5° without focaliser 50kHz/40kHz/30kHz

• 4° with focaliser

• 6° with focaliser

• 10° with focaliser

50kHz/40kHz

30kHz/20kHz/

15kHz/10kHz/5kHz

9kHz/4kHz

Display

• 2 line x 8 digit alphanumeric LCD

Memory

• Non-Volatile (No backup battery required)

• >10 years data retention

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Enclosure Sealing

• Integral System IP67

• Remote Electronics IP65 (Nema 4x)

• Remote Transducer IP68

Cable Entries

• Integral: 3 x M16 Glands

• Remote: 3 x 20mm, 1 x 16mm knock outs.

Mounting

• ANSI, JIS or DIN Flange

• 4 in/100mm to 10 in/250mm

• 2in BSP Thread / NPT Thread

Typical Weight

Sultan AW System with appropriate flange and cone

4 or 5kHz Transducer 13kg, 28.6lb

9 or 10kHz Transducer 10kg, 22lb

15kHz Transducer 8kg, 17.6lb

20 or 30kHz (3”) Transducer 3kg, 6.6lb

30 (2”), 40 or 50kHz Transducer 1kg, 2.2lb

Configuration

kg lb R6

Remote system with 6m cable 1 2.2

R15 Remote system with 15m cable 3 6.6

R30 Remote system with 30m cable 6 13.2

R50 Remote system with 50m cable 10 22.0

IMPORTANT

“USE SPECIFIED CABLE ONLY”

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Sound Velocities for

Gases at 0°C

Metres Feet per per

Second Second

Dry air

Ammonia

Argon

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Monoxide

Chlorine

Dueterium

331 1086

415 1362

308 1010

259 850

338 1109

206 676

890 2920

Ethane (10ºC)

Ethylene

Helium

Hydrogen

308 1010

317 1040

965 3166

1284 4213

Hydrogen Bromide 200 656

Hydrogen Chloride 206 676

Hydrogen Iodide

Hydrogen Sulfide

157

289

515

948

Illuminating (Coal Gas) 453 1486

Methane 430 1411

Neon 435 1427

Nitric Oxide (10ºC) 324 1063

Nitrogen

Nitrous Oxide

Oxygen

Sulphur Dioxide

334

263

316

213

1096

863

1037

699

Sound Velocities for

Vapours at 0°C

Metres Feet per per

Second Second

Acetone

Benzene

230

202

755

663

Carbon Tetrachloride 145 476

Chloroform

Ethanol

Ethyl Ether

171

269

206

561

883

676

NOTE:

Speed of sound can vary with the medium through which the sound pulse travels. The Sultan is set for Dry Air at

331m/second. To change the Velocity see page 59 .

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HAWK MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

PTY. LTD. A.C.N. 006 782 449

15-17 MAURICE COURT

NUNAWADING VIC. 3131

P.O. BOX 286 NUNAWADING

VIC. 3131 AUSTRALIA

EMAIL: [email protected]

PH: +61-3 9873 4750

FAX: +61-3 9873 4538

FAX: +61-3 9873 4384

(Sales/Engineering)

(Accounts/Production)

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Manufacturer’s Name:

Manufacturer’s Address:

declares that the product

Models

HAWK MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS PTY LTD

15–17 Maurice Court

Nunawading, Vic.

Australia 3131

SULTAN Series Acoustic Wave Level Transmitter

AWI2, AWI234, AWR2

,

AWR234, AWRT, AWIH2, AWIH234, AWRH2

,

AWRH234, AWRTH, AWSTHA, AWSTHB, AWSTHC and AWSTHD.

conform to the following product specifications:

Low Voltage Directive:

Amendment Directive:

EMC Directive:

ATEX Directive:

73/23/EEC

93/68/EEC

89/336/EEC

94/9/EEC

Standards in whole or in part to which conformity is declared:

Normative Documents: EN 61326: 1997 +Amendment 1: 1998 + Amendment 2:2001

EN 61010-1:2001

EN 50014:1997 +Amendments 1 & 2:1999

EN 50020:2002

EN 50028:1987

EN 50281-1-1:1998

EN 50284:1999

Standards: IEC 1000-3-2: 1995

IEC 1000-3-3: 1994

IEC 1000-4-2: 1995

IEC 1000-4-3: 1995

IEC 1000-4-4: 1995

IEC 1000-4-5: 1995

IEC 1000-4-6: 1996

IEC 1000-4-11: 1994

Supplemental Information:

Under ATEX Directive 94/9/EC, the above models have been certified by Intertek. These products comply with the requirements of Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC, and EMC

Directive 89/336/EEC, and carry the CE-marking accordingly.

Signature:

Name:

Position:

Date:

Place:

Colin Prohasky

Engineering Manager

9 August 2006

Melbourne, Australia.

Global representatives on

www.hawkmeasure.com

Latest version on www.hawkmeasure.com

Contacts

Hawk Measurement Systems

(Head Office)

15-17 Maurice Court

Nunawading VIC 3131

Australia

Phone: +61 3 9873 4750

Fax: +61 3 9873 4538 [email protected]

Rev 1.7, Nov 2009

Hawk Measurement

7 River Street

Middleton, MA 01949

USA

Phone +1 888 HAWKLEVEL (1-888-429-5538)

Phone +1 978 304 3000

Fax: +1 978 304 1462 [email protected]

Represented by:

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