Report no.: E 2710 T 00 Evaluation of ST3000 Smart Transmitters for

Report no.: E 2710 T 00 Evaluation of ST3000 Smart Transmitters for
Index Classification: 1.1 - 1.2
Published by SWE, December 2000
Int ernat ional Inst rum ent Users' A ssociat ions
Evaluation of ST3000 Smart Transmitters for:
- Differential Pressure, models STD120 and STD924
- Gauge Pressure, models STG14L and STG94L
Manufacturer: Honeywell Inc., Phoenix, USA
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E 2710 T 00
1.1 and 1.2
December, 2000
Subject: EVALUATION OF ST3000 SMART TRANSMITTERS for:
- DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE, models STD120 and STD924
- GAUGE PRESSURE, models STG14L and STG94L
Manufacturer: Honeywell Inc., Phoenix, USA
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Ing. G.H.W.M. Helmich
Ing. W.M. Walraven
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Contents
Page
1.
INTRODUCTION
1
2.
MAJOR FINDINGS AND COMMENTS
3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3.
Instrument performance
Comments on construction and use
Comments on documentation and identification
Manufacturer's comments
TEST RESULTS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Results' summary of the ∆P transmitter STD120
Results' summary of the ∆P transmitter STD924
Results' summary of the GP transmitter STG14L
Results' summary of the GP transmitter STG94L
Graph for all instruments
3
14
14
15
16
16
31
40
49
55
4.
MANUFACTURER’S DATA
56
5.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE AND CONSTRUCTION
57
5.1
5.2
6.
Operating principle
Mechanical construction
TEST METHODS AND REFERENCES
6.1
6.2
6.3
Test methods
References
Definitions
APPENDICES
Manufacturer’s QA procedures and instrument status
Manufacturer’s specification sheets
57
57
58
58
66
66
Photograph of the instruments
From the left to the right : STG120-STG94L-STD924
Not shown
: STG14L
ST3000 SMART TRANSMITTERS
- DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE, models STD120 and STD924
- GAUGE PRESSURE,
models STG14L and STG94L
Manufacturer: Honeywell Inc., Phoenix, USA
Evaluated by TNO-EIB on behalf of
International Instrument
Users’ Association - WIB
and the manufacturer
Author
Approved
: Ing. G.H.W.M. Helmich
: Ing. W.M. Walraven
SIREP-WIB-EXERA report
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WIB project code
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: 008.01235.01.01
: E 2710 T 00
: 1.1 and 1.2
The full report comprises 68 pages; the Abridged Report comprises the first 15 pages of the full
report.
December, 2000
1.
INTRODUCTION
This report describes the evaluation of ST3000 Smart transmitters for Differential Pressure (∆P)
and for Gauge Pressure (GP). The instruments were standard production models, manufactured
by Honeywell Inc., Phoenix, USA.
The type, model code, upper range limit (URL), software version and accuracy figures of the
instruments are:
Instrument
Type
∆P
Series 100
∆P
Series 900
GP
Series 100
GP
Series 900
Model
Upper range limit (URL)
Software version
STD120
1000 mbar
3.5
STD924
1000 mbar
B.5
STG14L
35 barg
3.5
STG94L
35 barg
B.5
Accuracy¹, analogue output
0,075 %
0,10 %
0,075 %
0,10 %
Accuracy¹, digital output
0,0625 %
0,075 %
0,0625 %
0,075 %
Turndown ratio, without loss of accuracy
16 to 1
16 to 1
25 to 1
25 to 1
Turndown ratio, maximum
400 to 1
40 to 1
100 to 1
25 to 1
¹ Accuracy is specified as terminal based, including linearity, hysteresis and repeatability.
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The instruments were evaluated to a test programme drawn up by TNO-EIB based on the
Standard WIB Test Program for Pressure transmitters, V 2: 23 February, 1995. The test
programme was extended with ‘Aggravated tests’ that exceeded the severity of the standard WIB
tests. The STD120 was subjected to all tests. The other instruments were subjected to a limited set
of tests from the overall test programme. EMC tests were excluded. Angle mounting brackets were
delivered for the vibration tests.
The transmitters convert the measured value proportionally into either a 4...20 mA analogue output
signal or in a digital DE protocol format for direct integration with the TDC3000 system. Selection of
the output form is made through the Honeywell STS103 Smart Field handheld communicator
(HHC).
The instruments require a supply voltage of 10,8 V (load: 0 Ω) to 42,4 V (load: ≤1440 Ω).
The maximum static pressure for the ∆P transmitters is 210 bar.
The instruments are approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe in Class I, Division 1,
Groups A, B, C, D locations, and non-incendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D locations.
They are also approved for EEx ia IIC T5 and EEx d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and Ex N
II T5 per BS 6941.
The enclosures meet the requirements of NEMA 4X (watertight) and NEMA 7 (explosion proof).
The instruments conform to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, industrial environment.
The operation of the instruments was demonstrated in October 1999. The evaluation was
performed in the laboratories of TNO in Delft, The Netherlands, over the period January 2000 to
May 2000.
A draft report was issued in June 2000.
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2.
MAJOR FINDINGS AND COMMENTS
These findings are summarised for ready reference and to give an overview of the evaluation. For
a complete assessment of the instruments the report must be read and considered as a whole.
2.1
Instrument performance
Unless otherwise stated:
- The errors and shifts are expressed as percentages of analogue output span of 4…20 mA.
- The tests were carried out at a span of 100 mbar for STD120 and STD924 and a span of
3,5 barg for STG14L and STG94L. These spans are 10 % of the upper range limit (URL) of
each transmitter.
- Span adjustments were made through the HHC without the use of pressure (‘Blind’ calibration).
- All measurements were carried out with the calibration settings performed by the manufacturer.
The results of the ∆P transmitter, model STD120, are described in chapter 2.1.1.
The results of the ∆P transmitter, model STD924, are described in chapter 2.1.2.
The results of the GP transmitter, model STG14L, are described in chapter 2.1.3.
The results of the GP transmitter, model STG94L, are described in chapter 2.1.4.
2.1.1
Performance of the ∆P transmitter, STD120
Satisfactory performance features
The instrument performed satisfactorily and within specification during the following tests.
♦ Accuracy at spans of 100 %, 50 % and 10 % of URL
Current output:
This function showed average errors between 0,00 % and -0,04 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,03 %.
The maximum hysteresis was 0,02 %; the maximum repeatability was 0,01 %.
Digital output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,05 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,02 %.
Manual output:
This function showed average errors between +0,02 % and -0,01 %.
♦ Output load variations
Variations of the output load from 10 Ω to 1440 Ω at a supply of 42,4 V had no discernible effect.
The maximum load to sustain 20 mA at 42,4 V was 1660 Ω.
♦ Power supply variations
Variations of the power supply voltage between 16,3 V and 42,4 V, at a load of 250 Ω, had no
discernible effect. The minimum voltage to sustain 20 mA at 250 Ω was 14 V.
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♦ Ambient temperature test
The ambient temperature was increased to +85 °C and decreased to -40 °C in steps of 20 K. Two
full cycles were made. The table below shows the shifts at the extreme temperatures and at
+20 °C after each part of the test.
STD120
Temperature
Zero shift
Span shift
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
+85 °C
+0,04 %
+0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1a)
–0,04 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,13 %
–0,13 %
≤0,02 %
+0,07 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1b)
–0,03 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+85 °C
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2a)
–0,08 %
–0,09 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,19 %
–0,19 %
≤0,02 %
+0,08 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2b)
–0,10 %
–0,11 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Main conclusions for the analogue output:
- Zero shift: The maximum effect was found at –40 °C, second cycle: –0,19 %.
- Span shift: The maximum effect was found at –40 °C, second cycle: +0,08 %.
- The temperature had no effect on linearity and hysteresis.
♦ Static pressure
The span of the ∆P transmitter was set to 200 mbar (20 % of URL) for this test.
The zero shift at a static pressure of 200 bar was -0,04 %.
The span shift at a static pressure of 200 bar was -0,19 %.
The remaining shifts after the test were ≤0,03 %.
♦ Hosedown test
The test for Class IP x6 showed no ingress of water.
Pe r for mance outside spe cification
None of the tests showed instrument performance outside specification.
Some remaining zero shift was found after the temperature test.
Aspects of unspecified performance
In the following tests, where the instrument performance was not specified, the following results
were obtained.
♦ Dead band at spans of 100 % URL, 50 % URL and 10 % URL
The maximum dead band, measured at the current output, was: 0,01 %.
♦ Common mode interference
A common mode voltage of 250 Vac, 50 Hz, between earth and an output terminal caused a 50 Hz
ripple of 3 % peak-to-peak; no d.c. shift was found.
A common mode voltage of 50 Vdc had no effect.
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♦ Power supply interruptions
Before the test the output was adjusted to 20 mA. After an interruption of 500 ms the output went
successively to 105 % for 0,1 s; to 100 % for 1,5 s, and then, via a dip at 0 %, to the initial value
within 0,4 s. The total recovery time was 2,2 s.
♦ Power supply depressions
The output was adjusted to 20 mA. The load was 600 Ω. The supply voltage of 24 V was
depressed for maximum 500 ms. No effect was observed at supply voltages down to 12 V and, if
shorter than 8 ms, neither down to 7 V. In all other cases the depression caused an instrument
reset and recovery as described under Power supply interruption.
♦ Earthing
Earthing of the output lines had no effect.
♦ Ambient humidity test
Test: IEC-68-2-3: At 95 % relative humidity and +40 °C during 4 days, the zero shift was +0,05 %.
There was no span shift. After the test, the zero shift was ≤0,02 % and the span shift was +0,04 %.
Test IEC-68-2-30: An increase of the ambient temperature from 25 °C to 40 °C at 95 % relative
humidity caused a zero shift of +0,04 %. There was no span shift. After the test, the zero shift was
≤0,02 % and the span shift was ≤0,03 %.
♦ One sided heat radiation
Heat radiation with an intensity of 1000 W/m² on the positive chamber caused a maximum shift of 0,09 % at 0 % input and -0,07 % at 100 % input. On the negative chamber it caused a maximum
shift of -0,06 % at 0 % input and -0,04 % at 100 % input.
♦ Mounting position
Tilting the instrument only caused zero shifts:
- perpendicular to the diaphragm: ±0,51 % at angles of ±10° and ±2,9 % at angles of ±90°.
- in the plane of the diaphragm: ≤0,02 % at angles of ±10° and ±0,11 % at angles of ±90°.
♦ Vibration
The test for each of the three main directions of the instruments consisted of a resonance search in
the frequency range of 10...500 Hz. The acceleration was 1 g with a maximum amplitude of
0,07 mm. The instrument was mounted on the vibration table with the angle mounting bracket.
In the vertical direction, the resonant frequencies of the electronics housing were 27 Hz (gain: 12)
and 158 Hz (gain: 5). In the two horizontal directions, the resonant frequencies were 45 Hz (gain:
22) and 27 Hz (gain: 41). The instrument operated correctly during the test. The maximum shift of
the output was 0,4 % at 44 Hz horizontal vibration. No remaining span shift was found after the
test.
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♦ Overranging
The instrument was overranged by 210 bar for 1 minute. When applied to the H-side, the output
current was 20,8 mA (105 %), the instrument’s display showed alternating 200 % and O–L and the
HHC showed the non-critical status condition by the symbol ‘#’ as last character of the tag number.
A final zero shift of +0,22 % was found after 5 minutes recovery time.
When applied to the L-side, the output current was 3,80 mA (-1,25 %), the instrument’s display
showed alternating -200 % and O–L and the HHC showed the symbol ‘#’ again. A final zero shift of
-0,44 % was found after 5 minutes recovery time.
Span shifts were not found after both tests.
♦ Start-up drift
The shifts between 5 minutes and 1 hour after start-up were ≤0,02 %.
♦ Long term drift / Accelerated life test
The test consisted of two periods of ten days for the Long term drift with a steady state input of
100 % and two periods of ten days for the Accelerated life test at 1 Hz with inputs between 25 %
and 75 %. The output at zero input shifted ≤0,02 %. The output at 100 % input shifted ≤0,02 %.
See also the manufacturer’s comments, #1.
♦ Step response time
The settling times with a tolerance of 1 % of span at zero damping were:
- 0,62 s to 0,64 s after an input step of 10 %.
- 0,80 s to 0,88 s after an input step of 90 %.
♦ Frequency response
Sinusoidal input signals with a peak-to-peak amplitude equal to 10 % of span were applied at a
span of 1000 mbar (100 % of URL). The damping was zero.
The relative gain was 0,7 at 1,07 Hz. The phase lag was 45° at 0,32 Hz.
♦ Supply reversal
Reversal of the supply leads, 24 V, at the instrument’s terminals caused a current of <10 µA
without damage.
♦ Effect of long wires
A multi-wire cable, DRACODA 9100, with a length of 1000 m, did not influence the communication
between the HHC and the transmitter.
♦ Final accuracy
The output was re-zeroed and the span was adjusted to 100 % of URL, 50 % of URL and 10 % of
URL. The shifts of the final output span with respect to the initial output span were ≤0,03 %,
≤0,03 % and -0,04 % respectively. The values for maximum hysteresis and maximum repeatability
were equal to the values found at the initial test.
The manual output showed no shift.
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A g g r a v a t e d t e s t s, STD120
♦ Differential temperature
In air, the sensor was heated up to +80 °C and to +110 °C while the electronics remained at
+20 °C. The zero shifts were +0,81 % and +1,28 % respectively. The span shifts were -0,45 % and
-0,65 % respectively.
♦ Static pressure cycling
The static pressure was varied between 56 bar and 84 bar for 100.000 cycles at zero input. The
zero shift after the test was ≤0,02 %; the span shift after the test was ≤0,03 %.
♦ Vibration/Endurance test
The test for each of the three main directions of the instrument consisted of a resonance search in
the frequency range of 5...500 Hz followed by an Endurance test of 30 minutes at the lowest main
resonance frequency. The acceleration was 3 g with a maximum amplitude of 3,17 mm. The
instrument was mounted on the vibration table with the angle mounting bracket.
In the vertical direction, the resonant frequencies of the electronics housing were 22 Hz (gain: 2)
and 154 Hz (gain: 3). In the two horizontal directions, the resonant frequencies were 23 Hz, (gain:
4,7), 38 Hz (gain: 8,8), 100 Hz (gain: 2,5) and 257 Hz (gain: 5,7). During the tests, the instrument
operated correctly. The maximum shift of the output was 1,5 %, found at 39…43 Hz of horizontal
vibration.
The Endurance tests showed fractures of the bracket within some minutes of vibration at the
lowest resonance frequency for each direction. No remaining span shift was found after the test.
♦ Humidity/Temperature cycling
The ambient temperature varied between +10 °C and +50 °C at 95 % relative humidity for 6 cycles
of 16 h. The input was 50 % during the test. The output varied ±0,08 %.
♦ Transportation test
The packed instrument was subjected to a vertical vibration with an acceleration of 1,1 g. for
3 hours. Then, they were dropped 10 times on edges, corners, etc. from a height of 1 m .
The test did not damage the instrument. The plastic binding of the manual was damaged. There
was no span shift after the test.
♦ Salt spray test
The instrument was subjected to a 5 % salt spray for 200 hours at 35 °C. The salt spray caused:
- severe rust on the bolts and nuts of the pressure heads,
- loosening of the black characters on the identification shields,
- sporadic blistering of the epoxy coating on the electronics housing near cap, maximum
diameter: 8 mm.
See also the manufacturer’s comments, #2.
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2.1.2
Performance of the ∆P transmitter, STD924
Satisfactory performance features
The instrument performed satisfactorily and within specification during the following tests.
♦ Accuracy at spans of 100 %, 50 % and 10 % of URL
Current output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,09 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,04 %.
The maximum hysteresis was 0,02 %; the maximum repeatability was 0,01 %.
Digital output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,10 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,02 %.
Manual output:
This function showed average errors between +0,03 % and -0,01 %.
♦ Ambient temperature test
The ambient temperature was increased to +85 °C and decreased to -40 °C in steps of 20 K. Two
full cycles were made. The table below shows the shifts at the extreme temperatures and at
+20 °C after each part of the test.
STD924
Temperature
Zero shift
Span shift
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
+85 °C
–0,10 %
–0,11 %
≤0,02 %
+0,22 %
+0,19 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1a)
–0,09 %
–0,09 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,04 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
+0,32 %
+0,27 %
+0,04 %
+20 °C (1b)
–0,13 %
–0,13 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+85 °C
–0,09 %
–0,11 %
≤0,02 %
+0,22 %
+0,20 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2a)
–0,12 %
–0,12 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,05 %
–0,05 %
≤0,02 %
+0,32 %
+0,27 %
+0,04 %
+20 °C (2b)
–0,14 %
–0,14 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Main conclusions for the analogue output:
- Zero shift: The maximum effect was found after the test: –0,14 %.
- Span shift: The maximum effect was found at –40 °C, both cycles: +0,32 %.
- The temperature had no effect on linearity and hysteresis.
♦ Static pressure
The span of the ∆P transmitter was set to 200 mbar (20 % of URL) for this test.
The zero shift at a static pressure of 200 bar was +0,06 %.
The span shift at a static pressure of 200 bar was -0,23 %.
The remaining shifts after the test were ≤0,03 %.
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Pe r for mance outside spe cification
None of the tests showed instrument performance outside specification.
Some remaining zero shift was found after the temperature test.
Aspects of unspecified performance
In the following tests, where the instrument performance was not specified, the following results
were obtained.
♦ Dead band at spans of 100 % URL, 50 % URL and 10 % URL
The maximum dead band, measured at the current output, was: 0,01 %.
♦ One sided heat radiation
Heat radiation with an intensity of 1000 W/m² on the positive chamber caused a maximum shift of 0,04 % at 0 % input and +0,07 % at 100 % input. On the negative chamber it caused a maximum
shift of -0,08 % at 0 % input and -0,05 % at 100 % input.
♦ Start-up drift
The shifts between 5 minutes and 1 hour after start-up were +0,04 % and +0,08 % for 0 % input
and 100 % input respectively.
♦ Long term drift / Accelerated life test
The test consisted of two periods of ten days for the Long term drift with a steady state input of
100 % and two periods of ten days for the Accelerated life test at 1 Hz with inputs between 25 %
and 75 %. The output at zero input shifted ≤0,02 %. The output at 100 % input shifted ≤0,02 %.
See also manufacturer’s comments, #1.
♦ Final accuracy
The output was re-zeroed and the span was adjusted to 100 % of URL, 50 % of URL and 10 % of
URL. The shifts of the final output span with respect to the initial output span were ≤0,03 %,
≤0,03 % and -0,04 % respectively. The values for maximum hysteresis and maximum repeatability
were equal to the values found at the initial test.
The manual output showed no shift.
A g g r a v a t e d t e s t s, STD924
♦ Differential temperature
In air, the sensor was heated up to +80 °C and to +110 °C while the electronics remained at
+20 °C. The zero shifts were +0,29 % and +0,65 % respectively. The span shifts were -0,49 % and
-0,49 % respectively.
♦ Static pressure cycling
The static pressure was varied between 56 bar and 84 bar for 100.000 cycles at zero input. The
zero shift after the test was +0,09 %; the span shift after the test was +0,07 %.
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2.1.3
Performance of the GP transmitter, STG14L
Satisfactory performance features
The instrument performed satisfactorily and within specification during the following tests.
♦ Accuracy at spans of 100 %, 50 % and 10 % of URL
Current output:
This function showed average errors between 0,00 % and -0,03 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,02 %.
The maximum hysteresis was 0,02 %; the maximum repeatability was 0,01 %.
Digital output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,04 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,01 %.
Manual output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,02 %.
♦ Ambient temperature test
The ambient temperature was increased to +85 °C and decreased to –40 °C in steps of 20 K. Two
full cycles were made. The table below shows the shifts at the extreme temperatures and at
+20 °C after each part of the test.
STG14L
Temperature
Zero shift
Span shift
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
+85 °C
–0,06 %
–0,06 %
≤0,02 %
–0,08 %
–0,07 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1a)
–0,06 %
–0,05 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,07 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1b)
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+85 °C
–0,05 %
–0,05 %
≤0,02 %
–0,08 %
–0,08 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2a)
–0,06 %
–0,06 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
–0,04 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
+0,07 %
+0,08 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2b)
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Main conclusions for the analogue output:
- Zero shift: The maximum effect was –0,06 %.
- Span shift: The maximum effect was found at +85 °C, both cycles: –0,08 %.
- The temperature had no effect on linearity and hysteresis.
Pe r for mance outside spe cification
None of the tests showed instrument performance outside specification.
Aspects of unspecified performance
In the following tests, where the instrument performance was not specified, the following results
were obtained.
♦ Dead band at spans of 100 % URL, 50 % URL and 10 % URL
The maximum dead band, measured at the current output, was: 0,01 %.
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♦ Mounting position
Tilting the instrument over angles of ±10° had no effect.
Tilting the instrument over angles of ±90° caused a maximum zero shift of ±0,07 %. There was no
span shift.
♦ Vibration
The test for each of the three main directions of the instruments consisted of a resonance search in
the frequency range of 10...500 Hz. The acceleration was 1 g with a maximum amplitude of
0,07 mm. The instrument was mounted on the vibration table with a male-male connector.
In the vertical direction, no resonant frequency was found. In the two horizontal directions, the
resonant frequencies of the electronics housing were 83 Hz (gain: 20) and 93 Hz (gain: 24). The
instrument operated correctly during the test. Shifts of the output were not found during the tests.
No remaining span shift was found after the test.
♦ Overranging
The instrument was overranged by 50 bar for 1 minute. During the test, the output current was
20,8 mA (105 %), the instrument’s display showed alternating 200 % and O–L and the HHC
showed 200,00 %. No remaining shifts were found after the test.
♦ Long term drift
The input was kept constant at 90 % over 30 days. The output varied between –0,02 % and
+0,01 %. See also the manufacturer’s comments, #1.
♦ Step response time
The settling times with a tolerance of 1 % of span at zero damping were:
- 0,50 s to 0,54 s after an input step of 10 %.
- 0,74 s to 0,80 s after an input step of 90 %.
♦ Frequency response
Sinusoidal input signals with a peak-to-peak amplitude equal to 10 % of span were applied. The
damping was zero.
The relative gain was 0,7 at 1,2 Hz. The phase lag was 45° at 0,40 Hz.
♦ Final accuracy
The test was not carried out for this instrument as the instrument became defect during the
aggravated Vibration/Endurance test.
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♦ Differential temperature
In air, the sensor was heated up to +80 °C and to +110 °C while the electronics remained at
+20 °C. The zero shifts were +0,07 % and +0,10 % respectively. The span shifts were -0,43 % and
-0,56 % respectively.
♦ Vibration/Endurance test
The test for each of the three main directions of the instrument consisted of a resonance search in
the frequency range of 5...500 Hz followed by an Endurance test of 30 minutes at the lowest main
resonance frequency. The acceleration was 3 g with a maximum amplitude of 3,17 mm. The
instrument was mounted on the vibration table with a male-male connector.
In the vertical direction, no resonant frequencies were found. In the first horizontal direction, the
resonant frequency of the electronics housing was 82 Hz (gain: 22).
The Endurance test, horizontal vibration, damaged the electronics after 28 minutes. The output
increased to 21 mA permanently. The display showed – – – and a ‘#’ sign. The status was: Invalid
database. See also the manufacturer’s comments, #3.
2.1.4
Performance of the GP transmitter, STG94L
Satisfactory performance features
The instrument performed satisfactorily and within specification during the following tests.
♦ Accuracy at spans of 100 %, 50 % and 10 % of URL
Current output:
This function showed average errors between +0,02 % and -0,03 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,02 %.
The maximum hysteresis was 0,01 %; the maximum repeatability was 0,01 %.
Digital output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,04 %.
The maximum terminal-based linearity was 0,01 %.
Manual output:
This function showed average errors between +0,01 % and -0,02 %.
♦ Ambient temperature test
The ambient temperature was increased to +85 °C and decreased to –40 °C in steps of 20 K. Two
full cycles were made. The table below shows the shifts at the extreme temperatures and at
+20 °C after each part of the test.
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STG94L
Temperature
Zero shift
Span shift
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
Current out
Digital out
Manual out
+85 °C
+0,10 %
+0,08 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (1a)
≤0,02 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,24 %
+0,20 %
+0,04 %
+20 °C (1b)
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+85 °C
+0,10 %
+0,07 %
≤0,02 %
+0,04 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+20 °C (2a)
≤0,02 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–40 °C
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,25 %
+0,22 %
+0,06 %
+20 °C (2b)
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Main conclusions for the analogue output:
- Zero shift: The maximum effect was found at +85 °C, both cycles: +0,10 %.
- Span shift: The maximum effect was found at –40 °C, second cycle: +0,25 %.
- The temperature had no effect on linearity and hysteresis.
Pe r for mance outside spe cification
None of the tests showed instrument performance outside specification.
Aspects of unspecified performance
In the following tests, where the instrument performance was not specified, the following results
were obtained.
♦ Dead band at spans of 100 % URL, 50 % URL and 10 % URL
The maximum dead band, measured at the current output, was: 0,01 %.
♦ Long term drift
The input was kept constant at 90 % over 30 days. The output varied between 0,00 % and
+0,02 %. See also the manufacturer’s comments, #1.
♦ Final accuracy
The output was re-zeroed and the span was adjusted to 100 % of URL, 50 % of URL and 10 % of
URL. The shifts of the final output span with respect to the initial output span were ≤0,03 %,
-0,04 % and ≤0,03 % respectively. The values for maximum hysteresis and maximum repeatability
were equal to the values found at the initial test.
The manual output showed no shift.
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♦ Differential temperature
In air, the sensor was heated up to +80 °C and to +110 °C while the electronics remained at
+20 °C. The zero shifts were +0,14 % and +0,28 % respectively. The span shifts were -0,48 % and
-0,70 % respectively. After the test, no shifts were found.
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2.1.5
Unexpected events
No defects and no unexpected events occurred during the evaluation.
2.2
Comments on construction and use
The vibration test showed that:
- The mounting bracket, angle type, was not rigid enough for the ∆P transmitter,
- The mounting studs for the PCB with electronics and display unit were not rigid enough.
See also the manufacturer’s comments, #3.
The temperature of the sensor body could be read on the HHC. The STD120, STG14L and
STG94L showed maximum errors of ±4 K at sensor temperatures of -40 °C…+85 °C. The STD924
showed maximum errors of –4 K and +3 K at +20 °C…+85 °C and a maximum error of +18 K at
-40 °C…+20 °C. The manual specified a maximum error of 5 K.
The LCD of the instrument’s local smart meter showed no information at -40 °C ambient
temperature. The LCD response time was reduced at -20 °C ambient temperature.
The Local Smart Meter unit has eight buttons. They could be used for fine adjustment of zero and
span with live pressure and selection of the engineering units. The button VAR SEL caused a
message Er2 on the display. This button has no function. For local operation, the cap should be
removed. For full access to the instrument the HHC was necessary.
The update rate of the current output was 0,12 s.
The update rate of data on the local display unit was 0,6 s.
The update rate of the input value on the HHC was 6 s.
The update rate of the output value on the HHC was 10 s.
The update rate of the sensor temperature on the HHC was 7,5 s.
Update rates on the HHC are specified as 6 s.
A load resistance of at least 163 Ω in the supply leads was required for operation of the HHC at a
supply voltage of 24 V. Connection of the HHC on the output lines had no discernible effect on the
output current.
There is no automatic switch-off function for the HHC. The operation time for a fully recharged
battery is specified as 24 hours. The recharge time for the battery is specified as 16 hours.
The default fail save direction is upscale. Changing it to downscale must be done at the back of the
instrument’s PCB.
2.3
Comments on documentation and identification
Documentation
Each instrument was delivered with User’s Manual and a Calibration Test Report. Data sheets
were received separately at the start of the project.
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The User’s Manual was valid for instruments of both Series 100 and 900. It gave instructions for
configuration, mounting, wiring, adjustment, installation and maintenance. A parts list was included.
Attention was paid to installation in hazardous locations and freeze protection.
The manual specified conformity to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, industrial environment.
Maximum EMC effects were not specified. The numbers of the technical construction files were not
specified.
The manual included the instructions for operating the Smart Field Communicator, STS300. An
overall menu tree was not included.
The manual did not include the performance specifications. These were given in the ‘Specification
and Model Selection Guide’. They also gave a list of optional features and ordering information.
The Calibration Test Reports gave the results of a 5-point calibration at 100 % URL and at 25 %
URL for each transmitter.
Identification
The instrument was identified by two labels of stainless steel. The label on the electronics showed
model code, factory calibration range, and limits for ambient temperature and limits for sensor
temperature. The label on the sensor assembly showed model code, serial code, PROM number,
filling fluid, materials, range limits and rating. The characters on the labels were hard to read.
An additional label on the instrument showed Eex-information for operation in hazardous areas and
the CE mark.
2.4
Manufacturer's comments
Note: This section is not part of the laboratory's report.
We have reviewed your evaluation report on the representative ST 3000 differential and gauge
pressure models and consider it a fair assessment of the product's performance.
We would like to add the following comments for clarification.
1. For all the models tested the time drift specification is 0,03 % of URL (Upper Range Limit) per
year. This is now included in the Performance table of the Product Specification Sheets.
2. For applications where salt spray exposure is likely we offer a range of resistive material
options such a 316 stainless steel enclosure, 2 part epoxy paint coating, stainless steel
process head bolts etc.
3. We are grateful to WIB for highlighting the vibration resistance issue in the ST 3000 during
aggravated/ maintained resonance conditions. We have analysed the failed printed wiring
board and determined that the failure was one that we have previously identified through our in
house test program. The circuit has been redesigned to make it more vibration resistant.
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3.
TEST RESULTS
Unless otherwise stated:
− Errors are quoted as a percentage of span.
− The span was adjusted to 10 % of the Upper Range Limit (URL)
− The tests were carried out at the following reference conditions:
Ambient temperature
(20 ± 2) °C
Ambient humidity
45...75 % relative humidity
Power supply
24 Vdc ± 1 %
Output load
250 Ω
− Span adjustments were made through the HHC without the use of pressure (‘Blind’ calibration).
− All measurements were carried out with the calibration settings performed by the manufacturer.
Chapter 6 gives detailed information of the tests and the test set-ups. The uncertainties were:
∆P, range
% URL
0…1000 mbar
0…500 mbar
0…100 mbar
0…200 mbar, Pstatic = 200 bar
100 %
50 %
10 %
20 %
Uncertainty GP, range
0,02 %
0,03 %
0,05 %
0,05 %
0…35 bar
0…17 bar
0…3,5 bar
% URL
Uncertainty
100 %
50 %
10 %
0,015 %
0,02 %
0,02 %
The discrimination for all measurements was 0,001 %.
3.1
Results' summary of the ∆P transmitter STD120
3.1.1
Standard WIB tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Current output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.1
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,075 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.2
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
01 Accuracy test
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.3
0,00 % and –0,04 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,03 %
Digital output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.1
0,00 % and –0,05 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.2
0,00 % and –0,05 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 1.3
+0,01 % and –0,05 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Manual output
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
See graph 1.4
+0,02 % and –0,01 %
<0,01 %
<0,01 %
General
- Minimum current output
- Maximum current output
- Output update rate
02 Dead band
Span: 100 % of URL
Span: 50 % of URL
Span: 10 % of URL
03 Output load variations
Supply: 42,4 V
Load between 10 Ω and 1440 Ω
- Effect
- Maximum load to sustain 20 m A
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,0625 %
3,80 mA (–1,25 %)
20,76 mA (104,8 %)
0,12 s
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
No discernible effect.
1660 Ω
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
04 Common mode interference
250 Vac, between earth and
+ terminal, effect
– terminal, effect
50 Hz ripple: 3 % pp, no d.c. shift
50 Hz ripple: 3 % pp, no d.c. shift
±50 Vdc, between earth and
+ terminal, effect
– terminal, effect
No discernible effect
No discernible effect
05 Power supply variations
Load 250 Ω
Supply between 16,3 V and 42,4 V
- Shift
- Minimum voltage to sustain 20 m A
No discernible effect
14 V
06 Power supply interruptions
Input: 100 %; interruption 5…500 ms
- Output during interruption
- Output after interruption
Manufacturer’s
specifications
0,13 %
During interruption: output: 0 m A
Recovery after interruption:
- Output to 105 % in 0,01 s ,
- Output at 105 % for 0,1 s,
- Output to 100 % in 0,1 s,
- Output at 100 % for 1,5 s,
- Output to 4 mA in 0,1 s,
- Output to final value ±1% in 0,4 s.
The total recovery time was 2,2 s.
Note Effect was equal for all interruption
periods in the range 5…500 ms.
07 Power supply depression
Input 100 %, load: 600 Ω
Max. duration 500 ms
- Effects
08 Earthing
- Effect
Depression
Effect
24 to 12 V
No effect
24 to 12…7 V, ∆t <8 ms No effect
24 to 12…7 V, ∆t >8 ms Reset
24 to <7 V
Reset
Reset means recovery as described
under interruption test.
No discernible effect
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,04 %
–0,04 %
–0,09 %
–0,11 %
–0,13 %
–0,03 %
–0,03 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
–0,08 %
–0,14 %
–0,18 %
–0,19 %
–0,10 %
Zero
0,05 %
0,11 %
0,17 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,16 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,17 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,16 %
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Total
0,08 %
0,16 %
0,26 %
--0,08 %
0,16 %
0,24 %
--0,08 %
0,16 %
0,26 %
--0,08 %
0,16 %
0,24 %
---
Zero
0,04 %
0,09 %
0,15 %
--0,04 %
0,09 %
0,13 %
--0,04 %
Total
0,06 %
0,13 %
0,20 %
--0,06 %
0,13 %
0,19 %
--0,06 %
09 Ambient temperature
2 cycles between +85 °C and –40 °C
Current output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
+0,07 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,06 %
+0,08 %
≤0,03 %
Graph 1.5 shows Zero shift.
Graph 1.7 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 1.9 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
No discernible effect
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
≤0,03 %
Digital output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,03 %
–0,04 %
–0,09 %
–0,12 %
–0,13 %
–0,04 %
–0,03 %
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Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,06 %
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- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
–0,09 %
–0,14 %
–0,18 %
–0,19 %
–0,11 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
0,09 %
0,13 %
0,15 %
0,20 %
----0,04 %
0,06 %
0,09 %
0,13 %
0,13 %
0,19 %
-----
Graph 1.6 shows Zero shift.
Graph 1.8 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 1.10 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Manual output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at all temperatures
Except for: Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Sensor temperature Indication
- Maximum error
Final six-point upscale calibration
Max. average errors
- Current output
- Digital output
No discernible effect
≤0,03 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
+0,04 %
≤0,03 %
At –40…+85 °C: 4 K
See graph 5.1
5K
–0,09 % and –0,12 %
–0,09 % and –0,14 %
See graph 1.11
10 Ambient humidity
Test 1: 95 % r.h.; +40 °C; 4 days
- Shift during the test
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
+0,05 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
Zero
Total
0,05 % 0,08 %
Test 2: Increase of temperature from
25°C to 40 °C at 95 % r.h.
- Shift during the test
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
+0,04 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
Total
0,05 % 0,08 %
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
11 One sided heat radiation
1000 W/m², radiation on:
H-chamber
- Max. shift during radiation
- Final shift during radiation
- Final shift after stop radiation
Shift at
0 % input
–0,09 %
–0,07 %
+0,05 %
L-chamber
- Max. shift during radiation
- Final shift during radiation
- Final shift after stop radiation
–0,06 %
–0,05 %
+0,03 %
–0,04 %
–0,04 %
≤0,03 %
12 Mounting position
Tilting, perpendicular to diaphragm
- Shift at ±10°
- Shift at +90°
Zero shift
±0,51 %
±2,9 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Tilting, in plane of diaphragm
- Shift at ±10°
- Shift at ±90°
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
±0,11 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Shift at
100 % input
–0,07 %
–0,05 %
≤0,03 %
13 Vibration
Max. amplitude: 0,07 mm
Max. acceleration: 1 g
Frequency range: 10...500 Hz
Vertical
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
27 Hz, Q = 12
158 Hz, Q = 5
≤0,2 %
Horizontal-Transversal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
45 Hz, Q = 22
±0,4 % at 44 Hz
Horizontal-Longitudinal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
27 Hz, Q = 41
≤0,2 %
Behaviour during all tests
Correct operation
Span shift after the test
≤0,03 %
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
14 Overranging
210 bar, for 1 minute to:
- H-chamber
Output during overrange
Display during overrange
Output on HHC
Shift after 5 min. recovery
- L-chamber
Output during overrange
Display during overrange
Output on HHC
Shift after 5 min. recovery
15 Static pressure test
Span: 200 mbar (20 % of URL)
- Shift at 50 bar
- Shift at 100 bar
- Shift at 150 bar
- Shift at 200 bar
- Shift at 0 bar, after the test
+105 % (20,8 mA)
Alternating: 200 % and O – L
Symbol ‘#’ as last character of the
tag number.
Message: M.B.OVERLOAD
Zero: +0,22 %; Span: ≤0,03 %
–1,25 % (3,8 mA)
Alternating: –200 % and O – L
Symbol ‘#’ as last character of the
tag number.
Message: M.B.OVERLOAD
Zero: –0,44 %; Span: ≤0,03 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
–0,04 %
+0,03 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,05 %
–0,19 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,05 %
0,11 %
0,16 %
0,21 %
---
Total
0,11 %
0,21 %
0,32 %
0,43 %
---
Graph 1.12 shows Zero shift.
Graph 1.13 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 1.14 shows Span shift.
18 Start-up drift
- Shift between 5 min and 1 hour
after start-up
0 % input
≤0,02 %
19 Long term drift /
Accelerated life test
4 tests of 10 days each:
• Drift test, steady input: 100 %
• Accelerated life test, 1 Hz
• Drift test, steady input: 100 %
• Accelerated life test, 1 Hz
100 % input
≤0,02 %
0,3 % per year
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Measured and observed
Shift:
- after 10 days
- after 20 days
- after 30 days
- after 40 days
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Drift of the output at 100 % input
Between: 0,00 % and +0,02 %
23 Step response time
Damping: zero
- Input: 45 % ↔ 55 %
- Input: 10 % ↔ 90 %
Settling time for 1 % tolerance:
Up
Down
0,64 s
0,62 s
0,88 s
0,80 s
24 Frequency response
Span: 100 % of URL
Damping: zero
Amplitude: 10 % peak-to-peak
- Relative gain
- The gain reduced to 0,7 at
- The phase lag was 45° at
Bode diagram: Graph 1.16
1,07 Hz
0,32 Hz
25 Supply reversal
- Effect during reversal
- Remaining effect
No operation, current <10 µA
No remaining effect
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
26 Effect of long wires
1000 m of multi-wire cable, DRACODA
9100, between instrument and HHC
- Effect on communication via HHC
No effect
29 Final accuracy
Current output
Shift of the final output span with
respect to the initial output span
Span: 100 % of URL, span shift
Span: 50 % of URL, span shift
Span: 10 % of URL, span shift
Increase of hysteresis
All spans
Increase of repeatability
All spans
Manual output
Shift of the manual output
Zero shift
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,04 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
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Aggravated tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STD120
31 Differential temperatures
Electronics at 20 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 80 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 110 °C
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
Zero shift
+0,81 %
+1,28 %
≤0,02 %
32 Static pressure cycling
Static pressure variations:
56…84 bar, 100.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 25.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 50.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 75.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 100.000 cycles
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
- Span shift after 100.000 cycles
≤0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
–0,45 %
–0,65 %
≤0,03 %
33 Vibration / Endurance test
Maximum amplitude: 3,17 mm
Maximum acceleration: 3 g
Frequency range: 5…500 Hz
For each of the 3 main directions:
- Resonance search
- Shift during resonance search
- Endurance test: 30 min at the
lowest main resonance frequency
Vertical
- Resonance of electronics housing
-
Maximum shift
Endurance test, effects
22 Hz, Q = 2,0
154 Hz, Q = 3,0
0,4 % at 40 Hz
0,2 % at 84 Hz
0,4 % at 150 Hz
- Fracture of mounting bracket after
2 minutes at 23 Hz.
- Test restarted with a new bracket.
This also broke within 2 minutes.
- Test stopped.
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transmitter STD120
Horizontal – Transversal
- Resonance of electronics housing
-
Maximum shift
Endurance test, effects
Horizontal – Longitudinal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
- Endurance test, effects
Span shift after the test
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
38 Hz, Q = 8,8
100 Hz, Q = 2,5
275 Hz, Q = 5,7
1,5 % at 39…43 Hz
Fracture of mounting bracket after
4 minutes at 38 Hz. Test stopped.
23 Hz, Q = 4,7
≤0,2 %
Fracture of mounting bracket after
1 minute at 23 Hz. Test stopped.
≤0,03 %
34 Humidity / Temperature cycling
Cycling between +10 °C and +50 °C at
95 % r.h., 6 cycles of 16 hours
Drift of the output at 50 % input
The peak-to-peak variation of the
output was 0,15 %.
Remaining effect
- Shift after the test
35 Transportation test
Reference: CES 288:52
1. Vibration, 1,1 g for 3 h
2. Ten drops on corners, edges, etc.
Span shift after the test
Zero shift
+0,03 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Damage
- Instrument
- Manual
- Polystyrene covers
- Carton
No damage.
Heavy damage of the plastic binding
Heavy damage
No tear of the carton.
36 Hosedown test
Test: IPx6
Ingress of water
No ingress of water
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(watertight)
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transmitter STD120
37 Salt spray
Ref: NEMA ICS 6-110.58 (1978)
200 hours, 35 °C, continuous spray
- Affection
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
- Bolts and nuts of the pressure
See also the
heads showed very severe rust.
manufacturer’s
- Black characters on identification comments, #2.
shields loosened.
- Sporadic blistering of the epoxy
coating on the electronics housing
near cap, max. diameter: 8 mm.
3.1.3
Graphs for STD120
See the next pages.
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Average error
[% of span]
0,1
100 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 1.1
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD120, span: 100 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
50 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 1.2
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD120, span: 50 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
10 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 1.3
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD120, span: 10 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
Manual mode
Up
0
Down
-0,1
0
Graph 1.4
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD120, manual mode
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 1.5
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Zero shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
-0,4
-40
Graph 1.6
Specification
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Zero shift of digital output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
-0,4
-40
Graph 1.7
Specification
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Shift of current output at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
-0,4
-40
Graph 1.8
Specification
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Shift of digital output at 100 % input
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Graph 1.9
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Span shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Average error
[% of span]
Graph 1.10
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD120: Span shift of digital output
0
Analogue output
-0,1
Digital output
-0,2
0
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Graph 1.11
Accuracy STD120 after the temperature test
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
specification
-0,2
-0,4
0
Shift
[% of span]
Graph 1.12
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD120: Zero shift
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
specification
-0,2
-0,4
0
Graph 1.13
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD120: Shift at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
-0,2
-0,4
Relative gain
Graph 1.14
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD120: Span shift
1,0
000
0,8
-045
0,6
-090
0,4
-135
0,2
0,01
-180
0,1
1
Phase lag [deg]
0
Gain
Phase
10
Frequency [Hz]
Graph 1.15
Bode diagram STD120
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Results' summary of the ∆P transmitter STD924
3.2.1
Standard WIB tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STD924
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Current output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.1
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,1 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.2
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,03 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.3
+0,01 % and –0,09 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,04 %
Digital output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.1
0,01 % and –0,05 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.2
0,00 % and –0,05 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 2.3
+0,00 % and –0,10 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
01 Accuracy test
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Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,075 %
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Manual output
Output range: 4...20 mA
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
General
- Minimum current output
- Maximum current output
- Output update rate
02 Dead band
Span: 100 % of URL
Span: 50 % of URL
Span: 10 % of URL
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
See graph 2.4
+0,03 % and –0,01 %
0,01 %
<0,01 %
3,80 mA (–1,25 %)
20,78 mA (104,8 %)
0,12 s
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
09 Ambient temperature
2 cycles between +85 °C and –40 °C
Current output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
–0,06 %
–0,13 %
–0,10 %
–0,09 %
–0,11 %
–0,09 %
–0,04 %
–0,13 %
–0,16 %
–0,17 %
–0,09 %
–0,12 %
–0,12 %
–0,10 %
–0,05 %
–0,14 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,22 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,32 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,22 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,32 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,14 %
0,29 %
0,46 %
--0,14 %
0,29 %
0,43 %
--0,14 %
0,29 %
0,46 %
--0,14 %
0,29 %
0,43 %
---
Total
0,21 %
0,41 %
0,67 %
--0,21 %
0,41 %
0,62 %
--0,21 %
0,41 %
0,67 %
--0,21 %
0,41 %
0,62 %
---
Graph 2.5 shows Zero shift.
Graph 2.7 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 2.9 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
No discernible effect
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transmitter STD924
Measured and observed
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
≤0,03 %
Digital output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
–0,07 %
–0,15 %
–0,11 %
–0,09 %
–0,10 %
–0,09 %
–0,03 %
–0,13 %
–0,16 %
–0,16 %
–0,11 %
–0,12 %
–0,12 %
–0,10 %
–0,05 %
–0,14 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,19 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,27 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,06 %
+0,20 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,27 %
≤0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Zero
0,13 %
0,27 %
0,44 %
--0,13 %
0,27 %
0,40 %
--0,13 %
0,27 %
0,44 %
--0,13 %
0,27 %
0,40 %
---
Total
0,19 %
0,38 %
0,61 %
--0,19 %
0,38 %
0,56 %
--0,19 %
0,38 %
0,61 %
--0,19 %
0,38 %
0,56 %
---
Graph 2.6 shows Zero shift.
Graph 2.8 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 2.10 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Manual output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at all temperatures
Except for: Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Sensor temperature Indication
- Maximum error
No discernible effect
≤0,03 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
+0,05 %
+0,04 %
+0,05 %
+0,04 %
≤0,03 %
At –40…+20 °C: 18 K
At +20…+85 °C: 4 K
See graph 5.1
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Final six-point upscale calibration
Max. average errors
- Current output
- Digital output
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
–0,13 % and –0,25 %
–0,13 % and –0,28 %
See graph 2.11
11 One sided heat radiation
1000 W/m², radiation on:
H-chamber
- Max. shift during radiation
- Final shift during radiation
- Final shift after stop radiation
Shift at
0 % input
–0,04 %
–0,04 %
≤0,03 %
L-chamber
- Max. shift during radiation
- Final shift during radiation
- Final shift after stop radiation
–0,08 %
–0,08 %
≤0,03 %
15 Static pressure test
Span: 200 mbar (20 % of URL)
- Shift at 50 bar
- Shift at 100 bar
- Shift at 150 bar
- Shift at 200 bar
- Shift at 0 bar, after the test
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,03 %
+0,06 %
≤0,02 %
Shift at
100 % input
+0,07 %
+0,07 %
≤0,03 %
–0,05 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
Span shift
–0,15 %
–0,24 %
–0,16 %
–0,23 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,12 %
0,23 %
0,35 %
0,46 %
---
Total
0,21 %
0,43 %
0,64 %
0,86 %
---
Graph 2.12 shows Zero shift.
Graph 2.13 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 2.14 shows Span shift.
18 Start-up drift
- Shift between 5 min and 1 hour
after start-up
0 % input
+0,04 %
19 Long term drift /
Accelerated life test
4 tests of 10 days each:
• Drift test, steady input: 100 %
• Accelerated life test, 1 Hz
• Drift test, steady input: 100 %
• Accelerated life test, 1 Hz
100 % input
+0,08 %
0,3 % per year
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transmitter STD924
Measured and observed
Shift:
- after 10 days
- after 20 days
- after 30 days
- after 40 days
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Drift of the output at 100 % input
Between: –0,01 % and +0,02 %
29 Final accuracy
Current output
Shift of the final output span with
respect to the initial output span
Span: 100 % of URL, span shift
Span: 50 % of URL, span shift
Span: 10 % of URL, span shift
Increase of hysteresis
All spans
Increase of repeatability
All spans
Manual output
Shift of the manual output
Zero shift
Span shift
3.2.2
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,04 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
Aggravated tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STD924
31 Differential temperatures
Electronics at 20 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 80 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 110 °C
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
Zero shift
+0,29 %
+0,65 %
+0,07 %
32 Static pressure cycling
Static pressure variations:
56…84 bar, 100.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 25.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 50.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 75.000 cycles
- Zero shift after 100.000 cycles
–0,04 %
+0,02 %
+0,06 %
+0,09 %
- Span shift after 100.000 cycles
+0,07 %
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Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
–0,49 %
–0,49 %
≤0,03 %
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Graphs for STD924
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
100 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 2.1
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD924, span: 100 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
50 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 2.2
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD924, span: 50 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
10 % URL
Up, analogue
0
Down, analogue
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 2.3
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD924, span: 10 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
Manual mode
Up
0
Down
-0,1
0
Graph 2.4
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STD924, manual mode
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 2.5
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Zero shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 2.6
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Zero shift of digital output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 2.7
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Shift of current output at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 2.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Shift of digital output at 100 % input
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Graph 2.9
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Span shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Average error
[% of span]
Graph 2.10
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STD924: Span shift of digital output
0
-0,1
Analogue output
-0,2
Digital output
-0,3
0
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Graph 2.11
Accuracy STD924 after the temperature test
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
specification
-0,2
-0,4
0
Shift
[% of span]
Graph 2.12
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD924: Zero shift
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
specification
-0,2
-0,4
0
Graph 2.13
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD924: Shift at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
20 % URL
0,2
measured
0
-0,2
-0,4
0
Graph 2.14
50
100
150
200
Static pressure [bar]
Static pressure effect STD924: Span shift
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Results' summary of the GP transmitter STG14L
3.3.1
Standard WIB tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STG14L
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Current output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.1
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,075 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.2
0,00 % and –0,02 %
0,02 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.3
+0,02 % and –0,02 %
<0,01 %
<0,01 %
0,01 %
Digital output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.1
0,00 % and –0,04 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.2
+0,01 % and –0,03 %
<0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 3.3
+0,01 % and –0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
01 Accuracy test
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Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,0625 %
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STG14L
Manual output
Output range: 4...20 mA
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
General
- Minimum current output
- Maximum current output
- Output update rate
02 Dead band
Span: 100 % of URL
Span: 50 % of URL
Span: 10 % of URL
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
See graph 3.4
+0,01 % and –0,02 %
<0,01 %
<0,01 %
3,80 mA (-1,3 %)
20,8 mA (105 %)
0,12 s
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
09 Ambient temperature
2 cycles between +85 °C and –40 °C
Current output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C
- Shift at +60 °C
- Shift at +85 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at 0 °C
- Shift at –20 °C
- Shift at –40 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C
- Shift at +60 °C
- Shift at +85 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at 0 °C
- Shift at –20 °C
- Shift at –40 °C
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
–0,06 %
–0,06 %
–0,06 %
–0,06 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
–0,05 %
–0,06 %
–0,05 %
–0,06 %
–0,04 %
–0,03 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,08 %
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
+0,04 %
+0,07 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,08 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
+0,07 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,04 %
0,09 %
0,15 %
--0,04 %
0,09 %
0,13 %
--0,04 %
0,09 %
0,15 %
--0,04 %
0,09 %
0,13 %
---
Total
0,07 %
0,14 %
0,23 %
--0,07 %
0,14 %
0,21 %
--0,07 %
0,14 %
0,23 %
--0,07 %
0,14 %
0,21 %
---
Graph 3.5 shows Zero shift.
Graph 3.7 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 3.9 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
No discernible effect
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transmitter STG14L
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Digital output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C
- Shift at +60 °C
- Shift at +85 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at 0 °C
- Shift at –20 °C
- Shift at –40 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C
- Shift at +60 °C
- Shift at +85 °C
- Shift at +20 °C
- Shift at 0 °C
- Shift at –20 °C
- Shift at –40 °C
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
≤0,02 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
–0,06 %
–0,05 %
–0,05 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
–0,03 %
–0,05 %
–0,06 %
–0,05 %
–0,05 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
–0,04 %
–0,07 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,08 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,08 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,04 %
0,07 %
0,12 %
--0,04 %
0,07 %
0,11 %
--0,04 %
0,07 %
0,12 %
--0,04 %
0,07 %
0,11 %
---
Total
0,05 %
0,11 %
0,17 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,16 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,17 %
--0,05 %
0,11 %
0,16 %
---
Graph 3.6 shows Zero shift.
Graph 3.8 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 3.10 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Manual output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at all temperatures
Sensor temperature Indication
- Maximum error
Final six-point upscale calibration
Max. average errors
- Current output
- Digital output
No discernible effect
≤0,01 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
At –40…+85 °C: 4 K
See graph 5.1
5K
0,00 % and –0,04 %
–0,01 % and –0,02 %
See graph 3.11
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12 Mounting position
Tilting in any direction
- Maximum shift at ±10°
- Maximum shift at ±90°
Measured and observed
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
±0,07 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
13 Vibration
Max. amplitude: 0,07 mm
Max. acceleration: 1 g
Frequency range: 10...500 Hz
Vertical
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
No resonance
≤0,2 %
Horizontal-Transversal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
90 Hz, Q = 24
≤0,2 %
Horizontal-Longitudinal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
83 Hz, Q = 20
≤0,2 %
Behaviour during all tests
Correct operation
Span shift after the test
≤0,03 %
14 Overranging
Pressure: 50 bar
Output during overrange
Display during overrange
Output on HHC
Shift after 5 min. recovery
105 % (20,8 mA)
Alternating: 200,00 % and O–L.
200,00 %
Zero: ≤0,02 %; Span: ≤0,03 %
19 Long term drift
Drift of the output at 90 % input
Between: –0,02 % and +0,01 %
23 Step response time
Damping: zero
- Input: 45 % ↔ 55 %
- Input: 10 % ↔ 90 %
Settling time for 1 % tolerance:
Up
Down
0,54 s
0,50 s
0,80 s
0,74 s
24 Frequency response
Span: 10 % of URL
Damping: zero
Amplitude: 10 % peak-to-peak
- Relative gain
- The gain reduced to 0,7 at
- The phase lag was 45° at
Bode diagram: Graph 3.12
1,2 Hz
0,40 Hz
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0,3 % per year
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Test number and subject for
transmitter STG14L
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
26 Effect of long wires
1000 m of multi-wire cable, DRACODA
9100, between instrument and HHC
- Effect on communication via HHC
No effect
29 Final accuracy
Current output
Manual output
3.3.2
Not tested, instrument defect
Not tested, instrument defect
Aggravated tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STG14L
31 Differential temperatures
Electronics at 20 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 80 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 110 °C
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
Zero shift
+0,07 %
+0,10 %
–0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
–0,43 %
–0,56 %
≤0,03 %
33 Vibration / Endurance test
Maximum amplitude: 3,17 mm
Maximum acceleration: 3 g
Frequency range: 5…500 Hz
For each of the 3 main directions:
- Resonance search
- Shift during resonance search
- Endurance test: 30 min at the
lowest main resonance frequency
Vertical
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
- Endurance test at 23 Hz, effects
Horizontal – Transversal
- Resonance of electronics housing
- Maximum shift
- Endurance test at 82 Hz, effects
No resonance
≤0,2%
Correct output during the test
82 Hz, Q = 22
≤0,2%
After 22 minutes:
- Frequent reset of electronics.
After 28 minutes:
- Instrument defect:
Output: 21 m A
Display: – – – and a ‘#’ sign
Status: Invalid database
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See also the
manufacturer’s
comments, #3.
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Measured and observed
Horizontal – Longitudinal
Not tested; instrument defect
Span shift after the test
Not applicable; instrument defect.
Manufacturer’s
specifications
3.3.3
Graphs for STG14L
See the next pages.
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Average error
[% of span]
0,1
100 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 3.1
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG14L, span: 100 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
50 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 3.2
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG14L, span: 50 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
10 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 3.3
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG14L, span: 10 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
Manual mode
Up
0
Down
-0,1
0
Graph 3.4
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG14L, manual mode
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 3.5
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Zero shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 3.6
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Zero shift of digital output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 3.7
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Shift of current output at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 3.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Shift of digital output at 100 % input
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Graph 3.9
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Span shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Average error
[% of span]
Graph 3.10
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG14L: Span shift of digital output
0,1
Analogue output
0
Digital output
-0,1
0
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG14L after the temperature test
1,0
000
0,8
-045
0,6
-090
0,4
-135
0,2
0,01
-180
0,1
1
Phase lag [deg]
Relative gain
Graph 3.11
Gain
Phase
10
Frequency [Hz]
Graph 3.12
Bode diagram STG14L
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Results' summary of the GP transmitter STG94L
3.4.1
Standard WIB tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STG94L
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Current output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.1
0,00 % and –0,03 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,1 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.2
0,00 % and –0,02 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.3
+0,02 % and –0,02 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,02 %
Digital output
Span: 100 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.1
0,00 % and –0,04 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 50 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.2
0,00 % and –0,04 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
Span: 10 % of URL
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
- Linearity, terminal-based
See graph 4.3
+0,01 % and 0,00 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
01 Accuracy test
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Accuracy,
Terminal based:
0,075 %
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Manual output
Output range: 4...20 mA
- Max. average errors
- Max. hysteresis
- Max. repeatability
General
- Minimum current output
- Maximum current output
02 Dead band
Span: 100 % of URL
Span: 50 % of URL
Span: 10 % of URL
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
See graph 4.4
+0,01 % and –0,02 %
<0,01 %
<0,01 %
3,80 mA (–1,25 %)
20,8 mA (105 %)
0,01 %
0,01 %
0,01 %
09 Ambient temperature
2 cycles between +85 °C and –40 °C
Current output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,10 %
≤0,02 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,10 %
≤0,02 %
–0,03 %
–0,03 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
–0,07 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,21 %
+0,04 %
+0,24 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,07 %
+0,04 %
≤0,03 %
+0,20 %
+0,04 %
+0,25 %
≤0,03 %
Zero
0,12 %
0,23 %
0,38 %
--0,12 %
0,38 %
0,35 %
--0,12 %
0,23 %
0,38 %
--0,12 %
0,38 %
0,35 %
---
Total
0,18 %
0,36 %
0,58 %
--0,18 %
0,36 %
0,54 %
--0,18 %
0,36 %
0,58 %
--0,18 %
0,36 %
0,54 %
---
Graph 4.5 shows Zero shift.
Graph 4.7 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 4.9 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
No discernible effect
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Measured and observed
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
≤0,02 %
Digital output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +60 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +85 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at +20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –20 °C, cycle 2
- Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,08 %
–0,03 %
–0,04 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
+0,07 %
–0,03 %
–0,04 %
–0,04 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
–0,06 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,16 %
≤0,03 %
+0,20 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
–0,06 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,03 %
+0,15 %
≤0,03 %
+0,22 %
≤0,03 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Zero
0,11 %
0,21 %
0,35 %
--0,11 %
0,21 %
0,32 %
--0,11 %
0,21 %
0,35 %
--0,11 %
0,21 %
0,32 %
---
Total
0,16 %
0,32 %
0,52 %
--0,16 %
0,32 %
0,48 %
--0,16 %
0,32 %
0,52 %
--0,16 %
0,32 %
0,48 %
---
Graph 4.6 shows Zero shift.
Graph 4.8 shows Shift at 100 %.
Graph 4.10 shows Span shift.
Temperature effect on linearity,
measured at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Hysteresis at 50 % input
- For all temperatures
Manual output
Reference: +20 °C
- Shift at all temperatures
Except for: Shift at 0 °C, cycle 1
Shift at –20 °C, cycle 1
Shift at –40 °C, cycle 1
Shift at 0 °C, cycle 2
Shift at –40 °C, cycle 2
- Shift after the test
Sensor temperature Indication
- Maximum error
No discernible effect
≤0,02 %
Zero shift
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,02 %
Span shift
≤0,03 %
+0,04 %
+0,06 %
+0,04 %
+0,04 %
+0,06 %
≤0,03 %
At –40…+85 °C: 4 K
See graph 5.1
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5K
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Final six-point upscale calibration
Max. average errors
- Current output
- Digital output
19 Long term drift
Drift of the output at 90 % input
29 Final accuracy
Current output
Shift of the final output span with
respect to the initial output span
Span: 100 % of URL, span shift
Span: 50 % of URL, span shift
Span: 10 % of URL, span shift
Increase of hysteresis
All spans
Increase of repeatability
All spans
Manual output
Shift of the manual output
Zero shift
Span shift
3.4.2
Measured and observed
Manufacturer’s
specifications
–0,01 % and –0,03 %
+0,00 % and –0,01 %
See graph 4.11
Between: 0,00 % and +0,02 %
0,3 % per year
≤0,03 %
–0,04 %
≤0,03 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,01 %
≤0,02 %
≤0,03 %
Aggravated tests
Test number and subject for
transmitter STG94L
31 Differential temperatures
Electronics at 20 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 80 °C
- Shift, when sensor at 110 °C
- Shift after the test
Measured and observed
Zero shift
+0,14 %
+0,28 %
≤0,02 %
Manufacturer’s
specifications
Span shift
–0,48 %
–0,70 %
≤0,03 %
3.4.3
Graphs for STG94L
See the next pages.
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Average error
[% of span]
0,1
100 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 4.1
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG94L, span: 100 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
50 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 4.2
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG94L, span: 50 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
10 % URL
Up, analogue
Down, analogue
0
Up, digital
Down, digital
-0,1
0
Graph 4.3
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG94L, span: 10 % URL
Average error
[% of span]
0,1
Manual mode
0
Up
Down
-0,1
0
Graph 4.4
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG94L, manual mode
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 4.5
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG94L: Zero shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Zero shift, cycle 1
0
Zero shift, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 4.6
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG94L: Zero shift of digital output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 4.7
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG94L: Shift of current output at 100 % input
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
Shift at 100 %, cycle 1
0
Shift at 100 %, cycle 2
-0,2
Specification
-0,4
-40
Graph 4.8
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG94L: Shift of digital output at 100 % input
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Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Current output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Graph 4.9
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Temperature effect STG94L: Span shift of current output
Shift
[% of span]
0,4
Digital output
0,2
0
Span shift, cycle 1
-0,2
Span shift, cycle 2
-0,4
-40
Average error
[% of span]
Graph 4.10
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
0,1
Analogue output
0
Digital output
-0,1
Graph 4.11
Error of indication
[K]
0
Temperature effect STG94L: Span shift of digital output
0
3.5
-20
20
40
60
80
100
Input [% of span]
Accuracy STG94L after the temperature test
Graph for all instruments
20
STD120
10
STD924
0
STG14L
STG94L
-10
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Ambient temperature [°C]
Graph 5.1
Errors of the temperature sensors in the transmitters
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4.
MANUFACTURER’S DATA
Instrument specifications and other details provided by the manufacturer.
Manufacturer
Supplier
Instrument
Type
Model
Upper Range Limit (URL)
Meter body & options code
Software version
Turndown ratio
Maximum negative input
Accuracy *
Accuracy* for span
Analogue output
Digital output
Temperature
Effect per 28 K, for span
Zero shift, analogue
Zero shift, digital
Zero + span shift, analogue
Zero + span shift, digital
Temperature limits for electronics
Temperature limits for sensor
Relative humidity, limits
Static pressure
Honeywell, Industrial Automation & Control
16404 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85023–3099, USA
Honeywell B.V.
Laarderhoogtweg 18, 1101 EA Amsterdam Z.O., The Netherlands
∆P
Series 100
STD120
1000 mbar
E1A-1C-SM-ZS
3.5
400 to 1
–50 mbar
∆P
Series 900
STD924
1000 mbar
A1A-1C-SM-ZS
B.5
40 to 1
–50 mbar
GP
Series 100
STG14L
35 barg
E1G-1C-SM-ZS
3.5
100 to 1
–1 bar
GP
Series 900
STG94L
35 barg
E1G-1C-SM-ZS
B.5
25 to 1
–1 bar
≥62 mbar
0,075 %
0,0625 %
≥62 mbar
0,10 %
0,075 %
≥1,4 bar
0,075 %
0,0625 %
≥1,4 bar
0,10 %
0,075 %
≥125 mbar
0,0625 %
0,05 %
0,10 %
0,075 %
–40…+93 °C
–40…+125 °C
0…100 %
≥125 mbar
0,1625 %
0,15 %
0,25 %
0,225 %
–40… +85 °C
–40…+125 °C
0…100 %
≥3,5 bar
0,0625 %
0,05 %
0,10 %
0,075 %
–40…+93 °C
–40…+125 °C
0…100 %
≥3,5 bar
0,1625 %
0,15 %
0,25 %
0,225 %
–40… +85 °C
–40…+110 °C
0…100 %
≥125 mbar
≥125 mbar
0,075 %
0,1625 %
0,15 %
0,30 %
210 bar
210 bar
210 bar
210 bar
50 bar
50 bar
10,8 V and 42,4 V, Supply voltage effect: 0,005 % per Volt
0 Ω and 1440 Ω; min. 250 Ω for use with the Handheld Communicator
89/336/EEC, industrial environment; effects are not specified
Meets NEMA 4x (watertight) and NEMA 7 (explosion proof)
Approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Division 1,
Groups A, B, C, D locations, nonincendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T5 and EEX d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and
Ex N II T5 per BS 6941.
*Accuracy: The specification includes terminal based accuracy, linearity, hysteresis and repeatability.
Effect per 70 bar, for span
Zero shift
Zero + span shift
Maximum static pressure
Maximum overrange pressure
Supply voltage, limits & effects
Output load
CE Conformity
Electronic housing
Approval bodies
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5.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE AND CONSTRUCTION
5.1
Operating principle
Sensor body
Factory
Characterization
Data
Electronics housing
Pressure
Temperature
sensor
Static pressure
sensor
PROM
Multiplexer
∆P or GP
sensor
A/D
Microprocessor
D/A
Digital I/O
Proportional
4…20 mA
PV output.
Digital signal
imposed during
communications
s)
The transmitter measures the process pressure and transmits an output signal, proportional to the
measured variable, over a 4 to 20 m A, two-wire loop. Its major components are an electronics
housing and a sensor body as shown in the figure.
The ST3000 transmits its output in
• either an analogue 4 to 20 mA format with digital transmission to the HHC,
• or a digital DE protocol format for direct digital communications with TPS system, Allen-Bradley
PLC and other control systems.
The transmitter provides the sensor body temperature as read-only variable.
The smart function includes facilities at the HHC for setting of range, calibration of zero and span,
fine adjustment of the output current, adjustment of damping, generation of an output current in the
manual mode, status information, reset of the calibration data of the transmitter and trouble
shooting. The functions can be entered via a menu structure at the HHC.
5.2
Mechanical construction
The transmitters have two major assemblies: a sensor body and an electronics housing.
The sensor body comprises the detecting unit with primary electronics for measurement of
pressure, static pressure and temperature. The electronics housing comprises the transmission
unit for signal conditioning and microprocessor, a module for smart communication and the
terminal block. The electronics housing can turn with respect to the sensor body. The position is
fixed by a screw.
The ∆P and GP transmitters are provided with mounting brackets, suitable for wall or pipe
mounting. Two models are available: angle mounting bracket and flat mounting bracket. The GP
transmitter is mounted on the bracket by means of a small U-bolt.
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6.
TEST METHODS AND REFERENCES
6.1
Test methods
6.1.1
Basic test set-up
DVM
HHC
∆P or GP
transmitter
Pressure
indicator
Equipment
∆P or P transmitter
62,5 Ω
188 Ω
Supply
DVM
HHC
188 Ω
Variable
volume
62,5 Ω
Supply
24 Vdc
Input pressure
Instrument under test: STD120, STD924, STG14L, STG94L
Resistance, 62,5 Ω ± 0,01 %; TNO-nos. 13660, 12963, 12961, 12952
Resistance, 188 Ω ± 1 %
HP-E3620A; dual channel, output: 24 Vdc ± 1 %
HP-3457A; TNO-nos. 10704 and 10705; uncertainty: 40 µV + 0,00035 % r.
Handheld Terminal, i.e. Honeywell, type STS103
Pressure indicators
100 mbar
Micro-manometer, Betz, TNO-no 13148, 100 mbar; uncertainty: 0,04 % P.
500...1000 mbar
Pressure standard, D&H 24610, TNO-no. 8123, range: 1,2 bar; uncertainty
after calibration: 0,06 mbar + 0,005 % P, resulting in an uncertainty at a
range of 500 mbar: 0,017 % and at 1000 mbar: 0,011 %.
3,5...17,5 bar
Dead-weight tester, Barnet, TNO-no. 11435, range: 30 bar; uncertainty:
0,012 % P
35 bar
Pressure standard, D&H 5502, TNO-nos. 11433, 13180, 12906, range:
200 bar; uncertainty: 0,1 mbar + 0,0001 % P
Overall uncertainty at zero (0) static pressure
100 mbar: 0,05 %, 500 mbar: 0,03 %, 1000 mbar…17 bar: 0,02 %, 35 bar: 0,015 %
Overall uncertainty at a high static pressure
Pressure standard, D&H 5502, TNO-nos. 11433, 13180, 12906, range: 200 bar, overall uncertainty
of measurement of a differential pressure of 200 mbar at a static pressure of 200 bar: 0,05 %.
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6.1.2
Set-up for recording the effects at 50 % input (test 11 and test 34)
Input pressure
∆P
transmitter
+
62,5 Ω
188 Ω
+24 V
Stand-by
transmitter
+
DVM
Line Recorder
62,5 Ω
188 Ω
Line
Recorder
0V
–
62,5 Ω
188 Ω
Equipment
∆P transmitter
Stand-by transmitter
DVM
–
Transmitter under test
Transmitter at reference conditions, identical to and receiving the same
input as the transmitter under test
See basic test set-up
Dual-channel, Kipp & Zonen, full scale = 1 % of span
Resistance, 62,5 Ω ± 0,01 %
Resistance, 188 Ω ± 1 %
6.1.3
Test schedule
For evaluation were received:
§ two identical sets of STD120 instruments (∆P), marked by the laboratory with D11 and D12,
D11 stands for serial number 9930 S205030SD0D.
D12 stands for serial number 9930 S206206SD0D.
§ two identical sets of STD924 instruments (∆P), marked by the laboratory with D91 and D92,
D91 stands for serial number 9930 S192190SE0E.
D92 stands for serial number 9930 S192189SE0E.
§ one STG14L instrument (GP), marked by the laboratory with G11,
G11 stands for serial number 9930 S194911SN2D.
§ one STG94L instrument (GP), marked by the laboratory with G91,
G91 stands for serial number 9930 S190754SN2E.
The diagram on the next page gives an overview of the tests applied and specifies the instruments
subjected to the tests. The measurements carried out are marked with an ‘x’. The tests are
described in chapter 6.1.4 Description of the tests. The measurements and the characteristic
values calculated from them are described in chapter 6.1.5 Test protocol.
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Qualitative observation during test
Qualitative observation after test
Dynamic behaviour
D11 D91 G11 G91
D12 D92
D11
G11
D11
D12
D12
D12
A.C. component on the output
Differential temperatures
Static pressure cycling
Vibration / Endurance
Humidity/temperature cycling
Transportation
Hose down
Salt spray
Transient effects
D91 G11 G91
D91 G11 G91
Shift at 10…50…90 % input
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
D11
Zero/span shift during/after test
Accuracy test
Dead band
Output load
Common mode interference
Power supply variation
Power supply interruption
Power supply depression
Earthing
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
One sided heat radiation
Mounting position
Vibration
Overranging
Static pressure
Start-up drift
Long-term drift /
Accelerated life test
Step response
Frequency response
Power supply reversal
Influence of long wires
Final accuracy
AGGRAVATED TESTS
01…29: Standard WIB tests.
31…37: Aggravated tests.
Measurements
I/O characteristic
Test for GP transmitter: STG94L
Test for ∆P transmitter: STD924
Test for GP transmitter: STG14L
Instruments
Test for ∆P transmitter: STD120
Tests
x
x
STANDARD TESTS
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
19
23
24
25
26
29
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
x
x
x
x
D91 G11 G91
D91
G11
G11
G11
D91
D91
D91 G11 G91
D91
G11
G11
G11
D91 G11 G91
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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6.1.4
Description of the tests
− Test 01…29 are Standard WIB tests. Tests 31…37 are aggravated tests.
− Unless otherwise stated, all tests are carried out at a range of 0…10 % of the Upper Range
Limit (URL). The URL’s are listed in chapter 4.
01 Accuracy test
The accuracy of the instrument was determined after adjustment of the span to the desired range
by using the HHC and after the zero based adjustment of the input using the external zero
adjustment facility. Measurements were carried out for the following ranges:
− 0...100 % of URL
− 0.....50 % of URL
− 0.....10 % of URL
The measurements were carried out three times with intervals of 10 %, for rising and falling inputs,
separately. From the measurements the I/O characteristic was determined of:
− The complete instrument (pressure input versus current output).
− The input block (pressure input versus digitised input, shown on the instrument’s display).
− The output block (manual output command versus current output).
02 Dead band
The Dead band was determined at 10 %, 50 % and 90 % of the three spans specified under
Accuracy test.
03 Output load
The supply voltage applied was set at the allowed maximum value, i.e. 42,4 V. The load resistance
was varied from 10 Ω to the maximum specified value at the maximum supply voltage, i.e. 1533 Ω.
04 Common mode interference
The test was carried out by superimposing an a.c. signal of 250 Vrms at mains frequency between
earth and each output terminal independently.
05 Power supply variation
The output load was adjusted to 250 Ω. The supply voltage was varied from the lowest specified
value, i.e. 16,28 V, to the maximum specified value, i.e. 42,4 V.
06 Power supply interruption
The power supply voltage was interrupted for 500 ms and the start-up time needed by the
instrument to perform again within its specification was determined. Effects were determined at
100 % input.
07 Power supply depression
The power supply voltage was depressed to values between 24 V and 0 V during 5...500 ms. The
load was set to the maximum value at 24 V, i.e. 600 Ω. Effects were determined at 100 % input.
08 Earthing
Each output terminal was, in turn, connected to earth.
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09 Ambient temperature
The instrument was subjected to changes in ambient temperature of approx. 20 K from +20 °C to
+85 °C and from +20 °C to -40 °C. The rated of change was 1/3 K/min. After a dwell time of at
least 4 hours at each temperature the output was determined at 0 %, 50 % and 100 % input in
upscale and downscale direction to find any increase of hysteresis. A second temperature cycle,
identical to the first, was performed without readjustment of the instrument.
A final 6-point calibration in upscale direction was carried out after returning to +20 °C.
The shift at each temperature was determined of:
− The instrument: pressure input versus current output
− The input block: pressure input versus digitised output, read on the HHC.
− The output block: manual output command versus current output.
10 Ambient humidity
Test 1: The instrument was subjected to a test according to IEC68-2-3: relative humidity: 95 %,
temperature: 40 °C, duration: 4 days. The instrument was switched on for the final 4 h of this
period.
Test 2: The instrument was subjected to one cycle of a test according to IEC68-2-30: an increase
of the temperature from 25 °C to 40 °C at a relative humidity of 95 %. Condensation occurred
during temperature rise.
11 One sided heat radiation
The positive chamber (H-chamber) of the instrument was exposed to heat radiation with an
intensity of 1000 W/m². The test was continued until stabilisation of the output. Then, the heat
source was switched off and the measurements were continued until stabilisation. During the test
the input pressure was kept constant at 0 % and the output current was continuously monitored.
The test was repeated for an input of 100 %.
Both tests were repeated for heat radiation to the negative chamber (L-chamber).
12 Mounting position
The instrument was tilted through angles of ±10° and ±90° in two mutual perpendicular planes from
the normal working position.
13 Vibration
The instrument was vibrated in three directions, perpendicular to the instrument's main axes, in the
range of 10...500 Hz. The maximum amplitude was 0,07 mm (10...60 Hz) and the maximum
acceleration was 1 g (60...500 Hz). The sweep rate was 0,5 octave/minute. During the test the
input pressure was kept constant at 50 % and the output current was continuously monitored.
Triaxial measurements were made on the top of the housing.
14 Overranging
The maximum overrange pressure of 210 bar was applied to the positive chamber (H-chamber) of
the ∆P instrument for 1 minute. After 5 minutes recovery time at atmospheric pressure the output
shift was measured. The test was repeated for the negative chamber (L-chamber).
The input for the GP transmitter was adjusted to the maximum allowed over-pressure of 50 bar.
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15 Static pressure
The static pressure on both pressure chambers was increased in steps of 25 % from atmospheric
to 200 bar. The zero and span shifts were measured at each step. Before the test, the span of the
∆P transmitter was adjusted to 200 mbar.
18 Start-up drift
The instrument was subjected to reference conditions for a period of 24 hours with the power
supply switched off. Then, with a 0 % input signal applied to the instrument, the supply was
switched on and the output was noted after 5 min and 1 hour.
The test was repeated with an input signal of 90 %.
19 Long term drift / Accelerated life test
Long term drift The instrument was operated for 30 days with a steady state input of 90 % of
span. The output was measured daily. When necessary, the input was readjusted coming from the
same direction. The drift was calculated from the results.
Accelerated life test The tests consisted of 4 periods of 10 days, as follows:
1st: The instrument was operated as described under Long term drift.
2nd: The instrument was connected as for normal operation and a sinusoidal input was applied
with a peak-to-peak amplitude equal to half the span and centred at 50 %. The frequency
was 1 Hz. The output at zero input was measured daily. At the end of this period the output
at 90 % input was measured. The shift was calculated.
3rd: The instrument operated as described under Long term drift. The measurements were
continued.
4th: The sinusoidal input was connected again to the instrument. The measurements were
continued.
23 Step response
At least three steps between 45 % and 55 % and between 10 % and 90 % were applied upwards
and downwards. The step input rise time was small compared with the transmitter response time.
Both signals were recorded. Filters were set to the minimum value.
24 Frequency response
Sinusoidal input signals with a peak-to-peak amplitude equal to 10 % of span were applied and the
mean value was centred at 50 %. The frequency of the input signal was increased in steps from an
initial value sufficiently low to appropriate zero frequency conditions (0,005 Hz) to a higher
frequency at which the output is attenuated to approximately one half of its initial amplitude. The
input and output signals were recorded. During this test filters were set to the minimum value.
Before the test, the span of the ∆P transmitter was adjusted to 1000 mbar.
25 Supply reversal
The effects of incorrect connection of the power supply wires were determined. After the test the
instrument was inspected for damage or remaining effects.
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26 Long wires
A 8-wire cable of 1000 m, type DRACODA 9100, was circuited in the parallel lines of the two field
transmitters and the control room. Two HHC’s were connected to the lines at the control room end
of the long cable. Loss of communication and mutual influences were noted. The test was repeated
after connection of the HHC’s at the field end of the long cable.
29 Final accuracy
At the end of the evaluation, the instrument was re-zeroed and adjusted to the spans as listed at
the Accuracy test, using the HHC. The outputs were compared with the outputs at the initial test.
The span shifts were calculated.
31 Differential temperatures
The instrument was hold in a board with the transmitter electronics at the front side and the sensor
part at the rear side. The board was mounted in the doorway of a climatic chamber. The transmitter
electronics remain at room ambient temperature while the sensor part was subjected to
temperatures of 80 °C and 110 °C. Effects at 0 % and 100 % input were measured.
32 Static pressure cycling test
A static water pressure was applied to both chambers of the instrument. The differential input
pressure was 0 %. The static pressure was varied between 56 bar and 84 bar for 100.000 cycles at
a frequency of approximately 15 cycles per minute. The zero shift was measured after each
25.000 cycles and after the test. The span shift was determined after the test.
33 Vibration/Endurance
Vibration The instrument was vibrated in three directions, perpendicular to the instrument's main
axes, in the range of 5...500 Hz. The maximum amplitude was 3,17 mm (5...15 Hz) and the
maximum acceleration was 3 g (15...500 Hz). The sweep rate was 0,5 octave/minute. During the
test the input pressure was kept constant at 50 % and the output current was continuously
monitored. Triaxial measurements were made on the top of the housing.
Endurance The instrument was subjected to endurance testing for 30 minutes in each of the three
directions at the lowest main resonance frequency for that direction.
34 Humidity/Temperature cycling
The ambient relative humidity was kept constant at 95 % and the temperature was cycled between
+10 °C an +50 °C for 6 times. The hold times were 6 hours and the ramp times were 2 hours.
During the test the input pressure was kept constant at 50 % and the output current was
continuously monitored.
35 Transportation test
The test was carried out according to the requirements of CES 288:52, Rev. E (1983). It consists of
a combined vibration test and drop test for the packaged instruments. Before the test the
instruments were re-packed in original boxes conditioned at 25 °C and 50 % relative humidity.
Span shift was determined after the drop test.
1. Vibration The packed instrument was laid on the vibration table on its largest side. It was
subjected to a 1,1 g vibration for one hour in the vertical plane whereby the package left the table
along the longest box edge by 1,57 mm as determined by a shim. Then, the test was continued for
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one hour for each of both sides, perpendicular to the first side of the box. The total duration of the
test was 3 hours.
2. Drop The packaged instruments were dropped 10 times in total on edges, corners, seams and
flats. The drop heights was 1 m.
36 Hose down test
The instrument was inspected for ingress of water after a hose down test according to the
requirements for Class IP x6 of IEC 529.
37 Salt spray test
The instruments were subjected to a salt-spray at 35 °C for 200 hours according to NEMA ICS
6-110, Test 58 (1978).
6.1.5
Test protocol
In this chapter the measurements, carried out when applying the various tests, are summarised.
From the measurements various characteristic values were calculated. The definitions of the
values in Italics characters can be found in Chapter 6.3.
I/O characteristic
From the tests results the following characteristics were determined and presented in tabular and
graphic form.
− Average error
− Hysteresis error
− Repeatability
Zero shift and Span shift, during the test and after the test
The Zero shift and span shift of the analogue output were determined after applying pressures of
0 % and 100 % of input span.
Shift at 10...50...90 % input
The shift of the analogue output was determined when applying a steady state input of either 10 %,
50 % or 90 % of the input span, as mentioned under the relevant test.
Transient effects
From the transients on the output the amplitude, polarity and duration were determined as far as
possible.
A.C. component on the output
The increase of any ripple content of the output current was determined.
Dynamic behaviour
At the Step response test, the Settling time with a tolerance of 1 % of span was determined.
At the Frequency response test, the following parameters were determined:
− The gain, relative to zero frequency gain, against frequency.
− The phase lag between output and input against frequency.
− The frequency at which the relative was 0,7.
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−
The frequency at which the phase lag was 45°.
Quality observation during the test
During the test the operative behaviour of the instrument and the HHT were observed. any
irregularity, caused by the test, was noted.
Quality observation after the test
After each the test the instrument was inspected for mechanical damage, damage to the
electronics, accumulation of water or dust etc., which can be expected from the test.
6.2
References
IEC Publication 68 : 1982
Basic environmental testing procedures
IEC Publication 770 : 1984
Methods of evaluating the performance of transmitters for use in industrial-process control systems
IEC Publication 902 : 1987
Industrial-process measurement and control; Terms and definitions
NEMA ICS 6-110 : 1983
Test 58: Salt spray test
European Scale of Degree of rusting for Anticorrosive paints
CES 288:52, Rev. E : 1983
Transportation Effects: Vibration and Drop
The manufacturer's documentation:
34-ST-25-14A 11/98 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter, User’s Manual
34-ST-03-60 11/98 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter, Series 100 Differential Pressure Models,
Specification and Model Selection Guide
34-ST-03-65 11/98 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter, Series 900 Differential Pressure Models,
Specification and Model Selection Guide
34-ST-03-62 11/98 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter, Series 100 Gauge Pressure Models,
Specification and Model Selection Guide
34-ST-03-67 11/98 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter, Series 900 Gauge Pressure Models,
Specification and Model Selection Guide
34-ST-11-14F 04/99 Smart Field Communicator, Model STS103, Operating Guide
6.3 Definitions
Reference operating conditions (IEC 902)
The operating conditions within which the influence on the device by the changes in environmental
conditions are disregarded.
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Error (IEC 902)
The algebraic difference between the measured value and the true value of the measured variable.
Note: The error is positive when the measured value is greater than the true value.
Average error
The arithmetic mean of the errors at each point of measurement, for rising and falling inputs
separately.
Linearity, Terminal-based (IEC902)
The closeness with which the calibration curve of a device can be adjusted to approximate to the
specified straight line so that the upper and lower range values of both input and output curves
coincide.
Hysteresis error (IEC 902)
The maximum deviation between the two calibration curves of the measured variable as obtained
by an upscale going traverse and a downscale going traverse over the full range and subtracting
the value of the dead band.
Repeatability (IEC draft standard, reference 1, IEV 301, 302, 303, Sec. 1386)
The ability of a measuring instrument to provide closely similar indications for repeated applications
of the same measurand under the same conditions of measurement. (In this report Repeatability is
expressed as one standard deviation of the errors from the average error at each point of
measurement, for rising and falling inputs separately. The standard deviation is calculated using
the "nonbiased" or "n-1" method.
Resolution (IEC 902)
The least interval between two adjacent discrete details which can be distinguished one from the
other. Note: In the case of an instrument with digital output, the term "resolution" is often
understood as the smallest change in the output (display).
Dead band (IEC 902)
Finite range of values within which variation of the input variable does not produce any noticeable
change in the output variable.
Note: For a device with digital output representation, the dead band is the smallest change in the
analogue of the input signal which always causes a change in the digital output.
Shift (derived from IEC 902)
The change in output value caused by a specified influence.
Zero shift (IEC 902)
The change of the output value, due to some influences, when the input variable is at the lower
range value.
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Span shift (IEC 902)
The change in output span due to some influences.
Drift (IEC 902)
An undesired gradual change in the input-output relationship of a device over a period of time, not
caused by external influences on the device.
Range (IEC 902)
The region of the values between the lower and upper limits of the quantity under consideration.
Span (IEC 902)
The algebraic difference between the upper and lower limit values of a given range.
Settling time (IEC 902)
Time interval between the step change of an input signal and the instant when the resulting
variation of the output signal does not deviate more than a specified tolerance, for instance 5 %,
from its final steady-state value. (A tolerance of 1 % of output span is used in this report.)
Uncertainty of measurement (BS 5233)
An estimate characterising the range of values within which the true value of a measurand lies.
(The uncertainties quoted are for a confidence probability of not less than 95 %.)
Note:
The wording in brackets is not part of the standard. The terms underlined, such as repeatability,
are used in the body of the report and are followed by the practical equivalent of the formal
definition.
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7. SECTION 2. INFORMATION
2.1 The product evaluated is also currently assembled at Phoenix Arizona USA, and Honeywell
Tata, India and Tianjin China based on parts and sub assemblies sourced from Phoenix,
Arizona USA. All of the parts are fully interchangeable regardless of product origin.
2.2 The typical product lifetime is 15 to 20 years.
2.3 The basic warranty is 1 year in service or 18 months from production ship date, whichever
comes first and additional extended warranty of up to 5 years is offered as an option.
2.4 Spare parts, service and maintenance support is available for a minimum of 10 years after the
product is withdrawn from sales.
2.5 User Manuals are available in English, French, and German.
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ST 3000 Smart Transmitter
Series 100 Differential Pressure Models
STD110
STD120
STD125
STD130
STD170
0 to 10 inH2O
0 to 400 inH2O
0 to 600 inH2O
0 to 100 psi
0 to 3000 psi
0 to 25 mbar
0 to 1,000 mbar
0 to 1,500 mbar
0 to 7,000 mbar
0 to 210,000 mbar
Specification and
Model Selection
Guide
Function
Honeywell’s ST 3000® Series100
Differential Pressure Transmitters
bring proven “smart” technology to a
wide spectrum of pressure
measurement applications from
furnace combustion air flow to
Hydrostatic Tank Gauging. They
transmit an output signal
proportional to the measured
variable in either an analog 4 to 20
milliampere format or in a digital DE
protocol format for direct digital
integration with our TDC 3000®X
control system. Additional protocol
options available for the ST 3000
Series 100 transmitters include
1
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus and
2
®
HART . See the Model Selection
Guide for help in selecting the
correct ordering code for the
desired protocol.
You easily select the analog or
digital transmission format through
the Smart Field Communicator
(SFC®) which is the common handheld operator interface for our
Smartline® Transmitters. All
configuration, operation, and
communications functions are
under the control of the ST 3000
Smart Transmitter’s microprocessor and are accessible
through the SFC.
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Features
• Choice of linear or square root
output conformity is a simple
configuration selection.
• Direct digital integration with
TDC 3000X system provides local
measurement accuracy to the
system level without adding
typical A/D and D/A converter
inaccuracies.
Description
The ST 3000 transmitter can
replace any 4 to 20 milliampere
output transmitter in use today, and
operates over a standard two-wire
system.
The measuring means is a
piezoresistive sensor which actually
contains three sensors in one. It
contains a differential pressure
• Unique piezoresistive sensor
sensor, a temperature sensor, and
automatically compensates input a static pressure sensor.
for temperature and static
Microprocessor-based electronics
pressure.
provide higher span-turndown ratio,
improved temperature and pressure
• Added “smart” features include
configuring lower and upper range compensation, and improved
accuracy.
values, simulating accurate
analog output, and selecting
preprogrammed engineering units Like other Smartline Transmitters,
the ST 3000 features two-way
for display.
• Smart transmitter capabilities with communication between the
local or remote interfacing means operator and the transmitter through
our SFC.
significant manpower efficiency
improvements in commissioning,
start-up, and ongoing
maintenance functions.
You can connect the SFC anywhere
that you can access the transmitter
signal lines, and it provides the
capabilities of transmitter
adjustments and diagnostics from
remote locations, such as the
control room.
The transmitter’s meter body and
electronics housing resist shock,
vibration, corrosion, and moisture.
The electronics housing contains a
compartment for the single-board
electronics, which is isolated from
an integral junction box. The singleboard electronics is replaceable and
interchangeable with any other
ST 3000 Series 100 or Series 900
model transmitter.
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Specifications
Operating Conditions – All Models
Parameter
Reference
Condition
Rated Condition
Operative Limits
°F
Transportation and
Storage
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
°C
°F
STD110
25±1
77±2
-15 to 65
5 to 150
-40 to 70
-40 to 158 -40 to 70 -40 to 158
STD125
25±1
77±2
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
-40 to 85
-40 to 185 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
STD120, STD130, STD170
25±1
77±2
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
-40 to 93
-40 to 200 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
STD110
25±1
77±2
-15 to 65
5 to 150
-40 to 70
-40 to 158
STD125
25±1
77±2
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
-40 to 85
-40 to 185 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
STD120, STD130, STD170
25±1
77±2
-40 to 110*
-40 to 230*
-40 to 125
-40 to 257 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
Ambient Temperature
Meter Body Temperature
10 to 55
0 to 100
0 to 100
Overpressure
STD110 psi
bar
All Other Models psi
bar
0
0
0
0
50
3.45
3000
210
50
3.45
3000
210
Static Pressure STD110 psi
bar
0
0
10
0.7
50
3.45
Vacuum Region - Minimum
Pressure
All Models Except STD110
mmHg absolute
inH2O absolute
Atmospheric
Atmospheric
25
13
2 (short term **)
1 (short term **)
Humidity
%RH
Supply Voltage, Current,
and Load Resistance
-40 to 70 -40 to 158
0 to 100
Voltage Range: 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals
Current Range: 3.0 to 21.8 mA
Load Resistance: 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 2)
* For CTFE fill fluid, the rating is –15 to 110°C (5 to 230°F)
** Short term equals 2 hours at 70°C (158 °F)
1440
1200
Loop
Resistance
(ohms)
800
NOTE: A minimum of 250 ohms
of loop resistance is necessary
to support communications.
Loop resistance equals barrier
resistance plus wire resistance
plus receiver resistance.
650
450
250
= Operating Area
0
10.8 16.28 20.63 25
28.3
Operating Voltage (Vdc)
Figure 2 - Supply voltage and loop resistance chart.
37.0
42.4
21012
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD110 (0 to 10 inH2O)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
inH2O
mbar
Minimum Span
inH2O
mbar
10 (39.2°F/4°C is standard reference temperature for inH2O range.)
25
0.4
1
Turndown Ratio
25 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span within ±100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
In Analog Mode: ±0.1% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (1.5 inH2O), accuracy equals:
1.5 inH2O
3.75 mbar
±0.025 + 0.075 æ span inH Oö or ±0.025 + 0.075 ( span mbar) in % span
2
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.2625% of span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
In Digital Mode: ±0.0875% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (1.5 inH2O), accuracy equals:
1.5 inH2O
3.75 mbar
.±0.125 + 0.075 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.075 ( span mbar) in % span
è
2
10 inH2O
25 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.25 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.25 ( span mbar) in % span
è
2
In Digital Mode: ±0.25% of span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
25 mbar
±0.25 æ span inH Oö or ±0.25( span mbar) in % span
è
2
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.4875% of span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
25 mbar
±0.2375 + 0.25 æ span inH Oö or ±0.2375 + 0.25 ( span mbar) in % span
è
2
In Digital Mode: ±0.4625% of span.
For URV below reference point (10 inH2O), effect equals:
10 inH2O
25 mbar
±0.2125 + 0.25 æ span inH Oö or ±0.2125 + 0.25 ( span mbar) in % span
è
2
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD120 (0 to 400 inH2O)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
inH2O
mbar
Minimum Span
inH2O
mbar
400 (39.2°F/4°C is standard reference temperature for inH2O range.)
1000
1
Note: Recommended minimum span in square root mode is 20 inH2O (50 mbar).
2.5
Turndown Ratio
400 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span within ±100% URL. Specifications valid from –5 to
+100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C 50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.0625% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
25 inH2O
62 mbar
±0.025 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.0625% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
25inH2O
62 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.05% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.05 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.05 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.025 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)
±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.0625 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)
±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
Stability
±0.015% of URL per year
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0875 + 0.0625 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0875 + 0.0625 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD125 (0 to 600 inH2O)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
inH2O
mbar
Minimum Span
inH2O
mbar
600 (39.2°F/4°C is standard reference temperature for inH2O range.)
1500
25
62.2
Turndown Ratio
24 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span within 0 to 100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
In Digital Mode: ±0.05% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.0625% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
25 inH2O
62 mbar
±0.0375 + 0.0375 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0375 + 0.0375 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
25inH2O
62 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.0375 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.0375 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.05% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.05 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.05 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.025 + 0.05 æ span inH Oö or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)
±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.0625 æ span inH Oö or ±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)
±0.20% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
Stability
In Analog Mode: ±0.015% URL per year
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.1375 + 0.0625 æ span inH Oö or ±0.1375 + 0.0625 ( span mbar) in % span
2
è
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD130 (0 to 100 psi)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
100
7
Minimum Span
psi
bar
5
0.35
Turndown Ratio
20 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span within –18 and +100% URL. Specifications valid from –5
to +100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (15 psi), accuracy equals:
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.0625% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
15 psi
1 bar
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.0625% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (15 psi), accuracy equals:
15 psi
1 bar
±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
30 psi
2 bar
±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.05% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.05 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)
±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)
±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
Stability
±0.04% of URL per year.
30 psi
2 bar
±0.0875 + 0.0625 ( span psi) or ±0.0875 + 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD170 (0 to 3000 psi)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
3000
210
Minimum Span
psi
bar
100
7
Turndown Ratio
30 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span within –0.6 and +100% URL. Specifications valid over
this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.15% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
300 psi
21 bar
±0.05 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.05+ 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Digital Mode: ±0.125% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
300 psi
21 bar
±0.025 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.025+ 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.175% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.075 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.075 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.05 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)
±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)
±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
Stability
±0.03% of URL per year.
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0875 + 0.0625 ( span psi) or ±0.0875 + 0.0625 ( span bar) in % span
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions - General for all Models
Parameter
Description
Output (two-wire)
Analog 4 to 20 mA or digital communications DE mode. Options available for
FOUNDATION Fieldbus and HART protocol.
Supply Voltage Effect
0.005% span per volt.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
CE Conformity (Europe)
89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
Lightning Protection Option
Leakage Current: 10 microamps max. @ 42.4 VDC, 93°C
(Code “LP”)
Impulse Rating:
(rise/decay)
10/20 µ sec.
5,000 Amps (50 strikes) 10,000 Amps (20 strikes)
10/1000 µ sec. 250 Amps (1000 strikes) 500 Amps (400 strikes)
Physical and Approval Bodies
Parameter
Description
Barrier Diaphragms Material
STD125, STD110
STD120, STD130
STD170
316L SS
316L SS, Hastelloy C-276, Monel, Tantalum
316L SS, Hastelloy C-276
Process Head Material
STD125, STD110
STD120, STD130
STD170
316 SS, Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated)
316 SS, Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated), Monel, Hastelloy C-276
316 SS, Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated), Hastelloy C-276
Head Gaskets
Teflon, Viton
Meter Body Bolting
Carbon Steel (Zinc plated, standard) or A286 SS (NACE) bolts and 302/304 SS (NACE)
nuts for heads and 316 SS (NACE) bolts for adapters (standard option).
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) or Stainless Steel angle bracket or Carbon Steel flat bracket
available (standard options).
Fill Fluid
Silicone DC 200 oil or CTFE (Chlorotrifluoroethylene). Note that Model STD110 is only
available with silicone fill fluid.
Electronic Housing
Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (watertight) and
NEMA 7 (explosion proof).
Stainless steel optional.
Process Connections
1/4-inch NPT; 1/2-inch NPT with adapter (standard option); DIN (standard option).
Wiring
Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter).
Mounting
Can be mounted in virtually any position using the standard mounting bracket. Bracket
is designed to mount on 2-inch (50 mm) vertical or horizontal pipe. See Figure 3.
Dimensions
See Figure 4.
Net Weight
12.5 pounds (5.6 Kg)
Approval Bodies
Approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups
A, B, C, D locations, and nonincendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T5 and EEx d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and Ex N
II T5 per BS 6941.
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Figure 3 - Examples of typical mounting positions
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Reference Dimensions:
With Smart meter
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
Removal
45.7
Clearance
1.8
for All Caps
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
With
Analog
meter
3.6
Plug
0.14
135
5.32
Without
meter
55.3
2.18
Optional
meters
23.5
.925
Optional
external
ground
247.2 / 266.6*
9.73 / 10.5
Rotational lock
149.4 / 168.8*
5.88 / 6.65
85
3.35 SQ
Optional Adapter for
1/2-inch NPT
See Detail "A"
53.9
2.12
Plug
32.5
1.28
100
3.94
121.4
4.78
Detail A
53.9
2.12
High Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
Low Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
53.9
2.12
1.5
0.06
* Dimensions vary due to slight differences in electronics housing designs.
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Figure 4 - Typical mounting dimensions for reference
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Options
Mounting Bracket
The angle mounting bracket is
available in either zinc-plated
carbon steel or stainless steel and
is suitable for horizontal or vertical
mounting on a two inch (50
millimeter) pipe, as well as wall
mounting. An optional flat
mounting bracket is also available
in carbon steel for two inch (50
millimeter) pipe mounting.
Indicating Meter
Two integral meter options are
available. An analog meter (option
ME) is available with a dual 0 to
10 square root and 0 to 100%
linear scale. The Smart Meter
(option SM) provides an LCD
display for both analog and digital
output and can be configured to
display pressure in selected
engineering units.
HART Protocol Compatibility
(Option HC)
An optional electronics module is
available for the Series 100 that
provides HART Protocol
compatibility. Transmitters with the
HART Option are compatible with
the AMS System. (Contact your
AMS Supplier if an upgrade is
required.)
Lightning Protection
A terminal block is available with
circuitry that protects the
transmitter from transient surges
induced by nearby lightning
strikes.
Ordering Information
Tagging (Option TG)
Contact your nearest Honeywell sales
office, or
Transmitter Configuration
(Option TC)
In Latin America:
Honeywell Inc.
480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway,
Suite 200
Sunrise, FL 33325
(954) 845-2600
Up to 30 characters can be added
on the stainless steel nameplate
In the U.S.:
mounted on the transmitter’s
Honeywell
electronics housing at no extra cost.
Industrial Automation & Control
16404 North Black Canyon Hwy.
Note that a separate nameplate on
Phoenix, AZ 85053
the meter body contains the serial
1-800-288-7491
number and body-related data. A
stainless steel wired on tag with
additional data of up to 4 lines of 28 In Canada:
The Honeywell Centre
characters is also available. The
155 Gordon Baker Rd.
number of characters for tagging
North York, Ontario M2H 3N7
includes spaces.
1-800-461-0013
The factory can configure the
transmitter linear/square root
extraction, damping time, LRV,
URV and mode (analog/digital) and
enter an ID tag of up to eight
characters and scratchpad
information as specified.
Custom Calibration and ID in
Memory (Option CC)
The factory can calibrate any range
within the scope of the transmitter’s
range and enter an ID tag of up to
eight characters in the transmitter’s
memory.
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
(Option FF)
Equips transmitter with FF protocol
for use in 31.25 kbit/s FF networks.
See document 34-ST-03-72 for
additional information on ST 3000
Fieldbus transmitters.
In Europe and Africa:
Honeywell S. A.
Avenue du Bourget 1
1140 Brussels, Belgium
[32-2] 728-2111
In Eastern Europe:
Honeywell Praha,
s.r.o. Budejovicka 1
140 21 Prague 4,
Czech Republic
In the Middle East:
Honeywell Middle East Ltd.
Khalifa Street,
Sheikh Faisal Building
Abu Dhabi, U. A. E.
In Asia:
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Honeywell Building,
17 Changi Business Park Central 1
Singapore 486073
Republic of Singapore
In the Pacific:
Honeywell Pty Ltd.
5 Thomas Holt Drive
North Ryde NSW Australia 2113
(61 2) 9353 7000
In Japan:
Honeywell K.K.
14-6 Shibaura 1-chrome
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 105-0023
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Or, visit Honeywell on the World Wide
Web at: http://www.honeywell.com
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Model Selection Guide
34-ST-16-01
Instructions
Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
Make one selection from each Table I and II using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00).
A dot ( ) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
Key Number
______
I
-
___
II
-
_____
III (Optional)
-
_ _, _ _
KEY NUMBER
IV
+
XXXX
Selection
Span
0-1" to 0-400" H2O/0-2.5 to 0-1000 mbar
Availability
STD120
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-5 to 0-100 psi/0-0.35 to 0-7 bar
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-100 to 0-3000 psi/0-7 to 0-210 bar
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-25" to 0-600" H2O/0-62.2 to 0-1500 mbar
STD130
STD170
STD125
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-0.4" to 0-10" H2O/0-1 to 0-25 mbar
STD110
Body Rating: 50 psi (3.5 bar) Compound Characterized
TABLE I - METER BODY
Wetted
Process Heads
Material
of
Construction
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
Vent/Drain
Valves **
and Plugs
Barrier
Diaphragms
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
Hastelloy C
Tantalum
Monel
Fill Fluid
Silicone
CTFE
Process Head
Configuration
1/4" NPT
1/2" NPT with Adapter (on 1/4" NPT Head)
* Carbon Steel heads are zinc-plated.
A__
B__
C__
D__
E__
F__
G__
H__
J__
K__
L__
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
t
t
t
_1_
_2_
__A
__H
t
Not recommended for water service due to hydrogen migration.
Use Stainless Steel heads.
** Vent/Drains are Teflon coated for lubricity.
t
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Availability
STD1
TABLE II
No Selection
TABLE III - OPTIONS
None
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT St. Steel
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT Hastelloy-C
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT Monel
Modified DIN Process Heads - 316SS
316 ST.ST. Electronics Housing with M20 Conduit Connections
1/2" NPT to M20 316SS Conduit Adapter (BASEEFA EEx d IIC)
1/2" NPT to 3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter
Viton Head Gaskets (1/2" adapter gaskets are special)
Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Mounting Bracket - ST. ST.
Flat Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Lightning Protection
Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root)
Smart Meter
Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory
Transmitter Configuration - non-Fieldbus
Transmitter Configuration - Fieldbus
Write Protection
A286SS (NACE) Bolts and 302/304SS (NACE) Nuts for Heads and
316SS (NACE) Bolts for Adapters
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag
(4 lines, 28 characters per line, customer supplied information)
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag (blank)
Additional Warranty - 1 year
Additional Warranty - 2 years
Additional Warranty - 3 years
Additional Warranty - 4 years
Clean Transmitter for Oxygen or Chlorine Service with Certificate
Over-Pressure Leak Test with F3392 Certificate
Side Vent/Drain (End Vent Drain is standard)
SS Center Vent Drain and Bushing
Blind DIN SS Flanges Mounted with NACE Bolts
Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399)
Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
Certificate of Origin (F0195)
NACE Certificate (F0198)
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Communications
HART Protocol compatible electronics
Local Zero & Span
Local Zero
Selection
00000
00
S2
T2
V2
DN
SH
A1
A2
VT
MB
SB
FB
LP
ME
SM
CC
TC
FC
WP
CR
20 30 70 25 10
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
b
w w w w w
n n n n n
n n n n n
b
u u u u u
z
z
b
b
b
a a a a a
TG
TB
W1
W2
W3
W4
0X
TP
SV
CV
B2
F1
F3
F5
F7
FF
HC
ZS
LZ
b
j
j
j
g g g g
g g g g g
b
d d d d d
b
o o o o o
r
r
r
r
r
e
e
e
e
e
m m m m
x
x
x
x
b
b
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STD1
TABLE III - OPTIONS (continued)
Approval
Body
Approval Type
No hazardous location approvals
Explosion Proof
Factory
Dust Ignition Proof
Mutual
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
CSA
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Intrinsically Safe
Zone 2
(Europe)
Self-Declared
per 94/9/EC
(ATEX4)
SA
Intrinsically Safe
(Australia) Non-Incendive
Flame Proof
Flame Proof
LCIE
Intrinsically Safe
CENELEC Flame Proof
Intrinsically Safe
TABLE IV
Factory Identification
Selection
20 30 70 25 10
Location or Classification
9X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, III Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Ex II 3 GD T (1) X
(1) T4 at Tamb. 93oC, T5 at Tamb.
80oC, T6 at Tamb. 65oC
Ex ia IIC T4
Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option)
Ex d IIC T6
EEx d IIC T6
EEx ia IIC T5
EEx d IIC T6
EEx ia IIC T5
1C
2J
b
3N
4H
a a a a a
3A
h
3D
3S
h
p
XXXX
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RESTRICTIONS
Restriction
Letter
a
b
c
d
e
g
h
j
m
n
o
p
r
t
u
v
w
x
z
Note:
Table
I
III
III
Available Only With
Not Available With
Selection
Table
Selection
Pending
Select only one option from this group
__H
DN
1C, 2J, 3N, 3D, 9X
I
I
I
III
I
J _ _, K _ _, L _ _
includes side vent - no price add
C _ _, G _ _, L _ _
_2_
III
III
ME, FF
1C, 2J
III
TC, ME
III
III
SV
SV
CR or B2
C _ _, G _ _, L _ _
III
S2, T2, V2
III
1C, 2J
Includes side vent drain - no price add
I
E _ A, F _ A, G _ A, H _ A
III
FF, SM
I
B _ _, D _ _, F _ _, H _ _, J _ _, K _ _
See 13:ST-27 for Published Specials with pricing.
See 13:ST-29 and User's Manual for part numbers.
See 13:ST-OE-9 for OMS Order Entry Information including TC, manuals, certificates, drawings and SPINS.
See 13:ST-OD-1 for tagging, ID, Transmitter Configuration (TC) and calibration including factory default values.
To request a quotation for a non-published "special", fax RFQ to Marketing Applications.
Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
16404 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85023-3099
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ST 3000 Smart Transmitter
Series 900 Differential Pressure Models
STD924
STD930
STD974
0 to 400 inH2O
0 to 100 psi
0 to 3000 psi
Specification and
Model Selection
Guide
0 to 1,000 mbar
0 to 7,000 mbar
0 to 210,000 mbar
Function
Honeywell’s ST 3000® Series 900
Differential Pressure Transmitters
bring proven “smart” technology to
a wide spectrum of pressure measurement applications including
flow and liquid level. They transmit
an output signal proportional to the
measured variable in either an
analog 4 to 20 milliampere format
or in a digital DE protocol format for
direct digital integration with our
TDC 3000®X control system.
Additional protocol options
available for the ST 3000 Series
900 transmitters include
1
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus and
2
HART® . See the Model Selection
Guide for help in selecting the
correct ordering code for the
desired protocol.
In the standard transmitter you
easily select the analog or digital
transmission format through the
Smart Field Communicator (SFC®)
which is the common hand-held
operator interface for our DE-based
Smartline® Transmitters. All configuration, operation, and communications functions are under the
control of the ST 3000 Smart
Transmitter’s microprocessor and
are accessible through the SFC.
¹ FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is a trademark
of the Fieldbus Foundation.
² HART is a registered trademark of the
Hart Communication Foundation
ST 3000
Differential Pressure Transmitter
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Models:
STD924
STD930
STD974
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UN
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ID
V
LR
0%
DA
MP
V
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0%
10
NU
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XT
NE
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TOU T
PU
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8
6
7
5
4
Smart Field
Communicator
3
2
1
A
ST
T
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SP
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Can be ordered
separately see
specification
34-ST-03-55
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Figure 1 —Series 900 Differential Pressure Transmitters feature proven
“smart” technology and come in several models to meet varying application
needs.
Industrial Automation and Control, 16404 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85023
Printed in U.S.A.■ © Copyright 1998 — Honeywell Inc.
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Features
• Choice of linear or square root
output conformity is a simple
configuration selection.
• Direct digital integration with
TDC 3000X system provides
local measurement accuracy to
the system level without adding
typical A/D and D/A converter
inaccuracies.
• Unique piezoresistive sensor
automatically compensates
input for temperature and static
pressure.
• Added “smart” features include
configuring lower and upper
range values, simulating
accurate analog output, and
selecting preprogrammed
engineering units for display.
• Smart transmitter capabilities
with local or remote interfacing
means significant manpower
efficiency improvements in
commissioning, start-up, and
ongoing maintenance functions.
• Local zero and span
adjustments are available for
alternate adjustment method, if
desired.
Description
The ST 3000 transmitter can
replace any 4 to 20 milliampere
output transmitter in use today,
and operates over a standard
two-wire system.
The measuring means is a
piezoresistive sensor which
actually contains three sensors in
one. It contains a differential
pressure sensor, a temperature
sensor, and a static pressure
sensor. Microprocessor-based
electronics provide higher spanturndown ratio, improved
temperature and pressure
compensation, and improved
accuracy.
Like other Smartline Transmitters,
the ST 3000 features two-way
communication between the operator and the transmitter through our
SFC. You can connect the SFC
anywhere that you can access the
transmitter signal lines, and it provides the capabilities of transmitter
adjustments and diagnostics from
remote locations, such as the control
room.
The transmitter’s meter body and
electronics housing resist shock,
vibration, corrosion, and moisture.
The electronics housing contains a
compartment for the single-board
electronics, which is isolated from an
integral junction box. The singleboard electronics is replaceable and
interchangeable with any other
ST 3000 Series 900 or Series 100e
model transmitter.
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Specifications
Operating Conditions – All Models
Parameter
Reference
Condition
(at zero static)
Rated Condition
Operative Limits
Transportation and
Storage
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
Ambient Temperature
25 ±1
77 ±2
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
-40 to 85
-40 to 185 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
Meter Body Temperature
25 ±1
77 ±2
-40 to 110*
-40 to 230*
-40 to 125
-40 to 257 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
Humidity
%RH
Overpressure
10 to 55
0 to 100
0 to 100
0
0
3000**
210**
3000**
210**
Atmospheric
Atmospheric
25
13
2 (short term†)
1 (short term†
psi
bar
Vacuum Region - Minimum
Pressure
mmHg absolute
inH2O absolute
Supply Voltage, Current,
and Load Resistance
°F
°C
°F
0 to 100
Voltage Range: 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals
Current Range: 3.0 to 21.8 mA
Load Resistance: 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 2)
* For CTFE fill fluid, the rating is –15 to 70°C (5 to 158°F)
** For models STD924 and STD930, static limit is 2000 psi (140 bar) for temperatures below –15°C (5°F). Overpressure is 3K.
† Short term equals 2 hours at 70°C (158°F)
1440
1200
Loop
Resistance
(ohms)
= Operating
Area
NOTE: A minimum of 250
0hms of loop resistance is
necessary to support
communications. Loop
resistance equals barrier
resistance plus wire
resistance plus receiver
resistance. Also 45 volt
operation is permitted if
not an intrinsically safe
installation.
800
650
450
250
0
10.8 16.28 20.63 25 28.3
37.0
Operating Voltage (Vdc)
Figure 2—Supply voltage and loop resistance chart
42.4
21012
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD924 (0 to 400 inH2O/1000 mbar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
inH2O
mbar
400 (39.2°F/4°C is standard reference temperature for inH2O range.)
1000
Minimum Span
inH2O
mbar
10
25
Note: Recommended minimum span in square root mode is 20 inH2O (50 mbar).
Turndown Ratio
40 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
–5 to +100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH 2O), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
25 inH2O
62 mbar
±0.05 + 0.05  span inH O or ±0.05 + 0.05  span mbar in % span


2 

In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (25 inH2O), accuracy equals:
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)
25 inH2O
62 mbar
±0.025 + 0.05  span inH O or ±0.025 + 0.05  span mbar in % span


2 

In Analog Mode: ±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH 2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.15  span inH O or ±0.0125 + 0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH 2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.15  span inH O or ±0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.25% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.10 + 0.15  span inH O or ±0.10 + 0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.075 + 0.15  span inH O or ±0.075 + 0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)
±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.0125 + 0.15  span inH O or ±0.0125 + 0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)
±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 inH2O), effect equals:
Stability
±0.03% of URL per year
50 inH2O
125 mbar
±0.15 + 0.15  span inH O or ±0.15 + 0.15  span mbar in % span


2 

* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316L Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD930 (0 to 100 psi/7000 mbar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
100
7
Minimum Span
psi
bar
5
0.35
Turndown Ratio
20 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
–5 to +100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
•
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.05 + 0.05  span psi or ±0.05 + 0.05  span bar in % span
•




In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.025 + 0.05  span psi or ±0.025 + 0.05  span bar in % span

Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)



In Analog Mode: ±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.0125 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.0125 + 0.15  span bar in % span




In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.15  span psi or ±0.15  span bar in % span

Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)



In Analog Mode: ±0.25% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.10 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.10 + 0.15  span bar in % span




In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.075 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.075 + 0.15  span bar in % span

Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)



±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.0125 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.0125 + 0.15  span bar in % span

Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)


±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (30 psi), effect equals:
30 psi
2 bar
±0.15 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.15 + 0.15  span bar in % span

Stability




±0.04% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316L Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STD974 (0 to 3000 psi/210 bar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
3000
210
Minimum Span
psi
bar
100
7
Turndown Ratio
30 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
–0.6 and +100% URL.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.2% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
300 psi
21 bar
±0.05 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.05+ 0.15  span bar in % span
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)




In Digital Mode: ±0.175% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
300 psi
21 bar
±0.025 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.025+ 0.15 span bar in % span




In Analog Mode: ±0.2125% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.20  span psi or ±0.0125 + 0.20  span bar in % span




In Digital Mode: ±0.20% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.20  span psi or ±0.20  span bar in % span

Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)



In Analog Mode: ±0.325% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.125 + 0.20  span psi or ±0.125 + 0.20  span bar in % span




In Digital Mode: ±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.10 + 0.20  span psi or ±0.10 + 0.20  span bar in % span

Zero Static Pressure Effect per
1000 psi (70 bar)



±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.0125 + 0.15  span bar in % span

Combined Zero and Span Static
Pressure Effect per 1000 psi (70
bar)


±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.15 + 0.15  span psi or ±0.15 + 0.15  span bar in % span

Stability




±0.03% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, 10 to 55% RH, and
316L Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions - General for all Models
Parameter
Description
Output (two-wire)
Analog 4 to 20 mA or DE digital communications mode. Options available for
FOUNDATION Fieldbus and HART protocol.
Supply Voltage Effect
0.005% span per volt.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
CE Conformity (Europe)
89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
Lightning Protection Option
Leakage Current: 10 microamps max. @ 42.4 VDC, 93°C
(Code “LP”)
Impulse Rating:
(rise/decay)
10/20 µ sec.
5,000 Amps (50 strikes) 10,000 Amps (20 strikes)
10/1000 µ sec. 250 Amps (1000 strikes) 500 Amps (400 strikes)
Physical and Approval Bodies
Parameter
Description
Barrier Diaphragms Material
STD924, STD930
STD974
316L SS, Hastelloy C-276, Monel, Tantalum
316L SS, Hastelloy C-276
Process Head Material
STD924, STD930
STD974
316 SS, Carbon Steel (zinc-plated), Monel, Hastelloy
316 SS, Carbon Steel (zinc-plated), Hastelloy
Head Gaskets
Teflon, Viton (Only with 316L SS or Monel barrier diaphragms)
Meter Body Bolting
Carbon Steel (Zinc plated, standard) or A286 SS (NACE) bolts and 302/304 SS
(NACE) nuts for heads and 316 SS (NACE) bolts for adapters (standard option).
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) or Stainless Steel angle bracket or Carbon Steel flat
bracket available (standard options).
Fill Fluid
Silicone DC 200 oil or CTFE (Chlorotrifluoroethylene)
Electronic Housing
Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (watertight)
and NEMA 7 (explosionproof). Stainless steel optional.
Process Connections
1/4-inch NPT; 1/2-inch NPT with adapter, standard option; DIN.
Wiring
Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter).
Mounting
Can be mounted in virtually any position using the standard mounting bracket. Bracket
is designed to mount on 2-inch (50 mm) vertical or horizontal pipe. See Figure 3.
Dimensions
See Figures 4 and 5.
Net Weight
9 pounds (4.1 Kg)
Approval Bodies
Approved as explosionproof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups
A, B, C, D locations, and nonincendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T5 and EEx d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and Ex
N II T5 per BS 6941.
Series 900 with HC (HART) compatibility is self-certified for Zone 2, T5, maximum
42V/22 mA.
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Figure 3—Examples of typical mounting positions
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Reference Dimensions:
With
Smart
meter
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
Removal
Clearance
for All Caps
45.7
1.8
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
Without
meter
3.6
0.14 Plug
135
5.32
55.3
2.18
23.5
.925
214
8.43
Optional
Meters
Optional
external
ground
125.2
4.93
Rotational
Lock
67
2.64
Optional Adapter
for 1/2-inch NPT
See Detail "A"
53.9
2.12
32.5
1.28
93.6
3.69
129
5.08
Detail A
53.9
2.12
High Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
Low Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
53.9
2.12
1.5
0.06
24258
Figure 4—Typical models STD924 and STD930-A, B, E, F, J (SS, Hastelloy C) mounting dimensions for
reference.
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Reference Dimensions:
With Smart meter
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
Removal
45.7
Clearance
1.8
for All Caps
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
Without
meter
With
Analog
meter
3.6
Plug
0.14
135
5.32
55.3
2.18
Optional
meters
23.5
.925
Optional
external
ground
266.6
10.5
Rotational lock
168.8
6.65
85
3.35 SQ
Optional Adapter for
1/2-inch NPT
See Detail "A"
Plug
32.5
1.28
100
3.94
53.9
2.12
121.4
4.78
Detail A
53.9
2.12
High Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
Low Pressure
Connection
1/2-inch NPT
53.9
2.12
1.5
0.06
24259
Figure 5—Typical models STD924 and STD930-C, D, G, H, K, L (Monel, Tantalum), and model STD974
mounting dimensions for reference
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Options
Ordering Information
Mounting Bracket
Tagging (Option TG)
The angle mounting bracket is
available in either zinc-plated
carbon steel or stainless steel and
is suitable for horizontal or vertical
mounting on a two inch (50
millimeter) pipe, as well as wall
mounting. An optional flat
mounting bracket is also available
in carbon steel for two inch (50
millimeter) pipe mounting.
Up to 30 characters can be added
on the stainless steel nameplate
In the U.S.:
mounted on the transmitter’s
Honeywell
electronics housing at no extra cost.
Industrial Automation & Control
Note that a separate nameplate on
16404 N. Black Canyon Highway
the meter body contains the serial
Phoenix, AZ 85023
number and body-related data. A
1-800-288-7491
stainless steel wired on tag with
additional data of up to 4 lines of 28
In Canada:
characters is also available. The
The Honeywell Centre
number of characters for tagging
155
Gordon Baker Rd.
includes spaces.
North York, Ontario
M2H 3N7
Transmitter Configuration
1-800-461-0013
(Option TC)
The factory can configure the
In Latin America:
transmitter linear/square root
Honeywell Inc.
extraction, damping time, LRV,
480
Sawgrass
Corporate Parkway,
URV and mode (analog/digital) and
Suite
200
enter an ID tag of up to eight
Sunrise,
FL
33325
characters and scratchpad
(954)
845-2600
information as specified.
Indicating Meter
Two integral meter options are
available. An analog meter (option
ME) is available with a 0 to 100%
linear scale. The Smart Meter
(option SM) provides an LCD
display for both analog and digital
output and can be configured to
display pressure in pre-selected
engineering units.
Lightning Protection
A terminal block is available with
circuitry that protects the
transmitter from transient surges
induced by nearby lightning
strikes.
HART Protocol Compatibility
(Option HC)
An optional electronics module is
available for the Series 900 that
provides HART Protocol
compatibility. Transmitters with the
HART Option are compatible with
the AMS System. (Contact your
AMS Supplier if an upgrade is
required.)
Custom Calibration and ID in
Memory (Option CC)
The factory can calibrate any range
within the scope of the transmitter’s
range and enter an ID tag of up to
eight characters in the transmitter’s
memory.
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
(Option FF)
Equips transmitter with FF
protocol for use in 31.25 kbit/s
FF networks. See document
34-ST-03-72 for additional
information on ST 3000
Fieldbus transmitters.
Configuration of the HART Option
transmitter is accomplished using a
Universal HART Communicator. For
full functionality the communicator
must contain the Honeywell Device
Description (DD). Contact your
nearest Honeywell office or
distributor for further information
regarding this option.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
(Note that specifications may differ slightly for transmitters manufactured before
October 30, 1995.)
Contact your nearest Honeywell
sales office, or
In Europe:
Honeywell PACE
1, Avenue du Bourget
B-1140 Brussels, Belgium
[32-2] 728-2111
In Asia:
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Room 3213-25
Sun Hung Kai Centre
No. 30 Harbour Road
Wanchai, Hong Kong
2829-8298
In the Pacific:
Honeywell Limited
5 Thomas Holt Drive
North Ryde NSW 2113
Australia
(61 2) 9353 7000
Or, visit Honeywell on the World
Wide Web at:
http://www.honeywell.com
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Model Selection Guide
34-ST-16-24
Instructions
Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
Make one selection from each table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00).
A dot denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
Key Number
______
I
-
___
II
-
_____
III (Optional)
-
_ _, _ _ _ _
KEY NUMBER
IV
+
XXXX
Selection
Span
0-10" to 0-400" H2O/0-25 to 0-1000 mbar
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-5 to 0-100 psi/0-0.34 to 0-7 bar
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
0-100 to 0-3000 psi/0-7 to 0-210 bar
Body Rating: 3000 psi (210 bar)
Availability
STD924
STD930
STD974
TABLE I - METER BODY
Wetted
Process Heads
Material
of
Construction
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
Vent/Drain
Valves **
and Plugs
Barrier
Diaphragms
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
Tantalum
Hastelloy C
Tantalum
Monel
Fill Fluid
Silicone
CTFE
Process Head
Configuration
1/4" NPT
1/2" NPT with Adapter (on 1/4" NPT Head)
TABLE II
No Selection
* Carbon Steel heads are zinc-plated.
A__
B__
C__
D__
E__
F__
G__
H__
J__
K__
L__
v
v
v
v
v
t
t
_1_
_2_
__A
__H
t
00000
Not recommended for water service due to hydrogen migration.
Use Stainless Steel heads.
** Vent/Drains are Teflon coated for lubricity.
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STD9
TABLE III - OPTIONS
None
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT St. Steel
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT Hastelloy-C
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT Monel
Modified DIN Process Heads - 316SS
Viton Head Gaskets (1/2" adapter gaskets are special)
Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Mounting Bracket - ST. ST.
Flat Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
316 ST.ST. Electronics Housing with M20 Conduit Connections
1/2" NPT to M20 316SS Conduit Adapter (BASEEFA EEx d IIC)
1/2" NPT to 3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter
Lightning Protection
Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root)
Smart Meter
Local Zero
Local Zero and Span
A286SS (NACE) Bolts and 302/304SS (NACE) Nuts for Heads and
316SS (NACE) Bolts for Adapters
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag
(4 lines, 28 characters per line, customer supplied information)
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag (blank)
Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory
Transmitter Configuration
Write Protection
Additional Warranty - 1 year
Additional Warranty - 2 years
Additional Warranty - 3 years
Additional Warranty - 4 years
Clean Transmitter for Oxygen or Chlorine Service with Certificate
Over-Pressure Leak Test with F3392 Certificate
Side Vent/Drain (End Vent Drain is standard)
SS Center Vent Drain and Bushing
Blind DIN SS Flanges Mounted with NACE Bolts
Low Temperature - -50oC Ambient Limit
Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399)
Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
Certificate of Origin (F0195)
NACE Certificate (F0198)
HART® Protocol Compatible Electronics
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Communications
Selection
00
S2
T2
V2
DN
VT
MB
SB
FB
SH
A1
A2
LP
ME
SM
LZ
ZS
CR
24 30 74
c
c
c
w
z
c
c
c
w
z
c
c
c
w
z
b
b
m m m
n n n
u u u
b
b
x
s
x
s
x
s
TG
TB
CC
TC
WP
W1
W2
W3
W4
0X
TP
SV
CV
B2
LT
F1
F3
F5
F7
HC
FF
b
j
j
j
g g y
g g
d d d
b
b
o o o
e e e
r r r
b
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STD9
TABLE III - OPTIONS (continued)
Approval
Body
Approval Type
No hazardous location approvals
Explosion Proof
Factory
Dust Ignition Proof
Mutual
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
CSA
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Intrinsically Safe
Zone 2
(Europe)
Self-Declared
per 94/9/EC
(ATEX4)
SA
Intrinsically Safe
(Australia) Non-Incendive
Flame Proof
Flame Proof
LCIE
Intrinsically Safe
CENELEC Flame Proof
Intrinsically Safe
TABLE IV
Factory Identification
Selection
24 30 74
Location or Classification
9X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, III Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Ex II 3 GD T (1) X
(1) T4 at Tamb. 93oC, T5 at Tamb.
80oC, T6 at Tamb. 65oC
Ex ia IIC T4
Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option)
Ex d IIC T6
EEx d IIC T6
EEx ia IIC T5
EEx d IIC T6
EEx ia IIC T5
1C
b
2J
3N
4H
a
a
a
3A
f
f
f
3D
3S
XXXX
h
k
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Model Selection Guide, continued
RESTRICTIONS
Restriction
Letter
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
m
n
o
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
Note:
Table
Available Only With
Not Available With
Selection
Table
Selection
Approval Body pending
Select only one option from this group
__H
I
I
III
lll
III
E _ A, F _ A, G _ A, H _ A
DN
1C, 2J, 3D, 3N, 9X
HC
I
I
_2_
C _ _, G _ _, L _ _
III
III
III
I
III
I
STD930-C _ _, G _ _, L _ _
K _ _, L _ _
includes side vent
no price add
C _ _, G _ _, L _ _
III
III
ZS, 1C, 2J
1C, 2J
III
III
TC, ME
FF, ME
I
I
CR or B2
Select from Table III S2, T2, V2
1C, 2J
Includes side vent drain - no price add
E _ A, F _ A, G _ A, H _ A
III
FF, SM
I
III
I
SV
J_ _, includes
side vent, no price add
DN
B _ _, D _ _, F _ _, H _ _,
J _ _, K _ _
See 13:ST-27 for Published Specials with pricing.
See 13:ST-29 and User’s Manual for part numbers.
See 13:ST-OE-9 for OMS Order Entry Information including TC, manuals,
certificates, drawings and SPINS.
See 13:ST-OD-1 for tagging, ID, Transmitter Configuration (TC) and
calibration including factory default values.
To request a quotation for a non-published "special", fax RFQ to Marketing
Applications.
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Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
16404 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85023-3099
34-ST-03-62
4/00
ST 3000 Smart Transmitter
Series 100 Gauge Pressure Models
STG140
STG14L
STG170
0 to 500 psi
0 to 500 psi
0 to 3000 psi
0 to 35 bar / STG17L 0 to 3000 psi
0 to 35 bar / STG180 0 to 6000 psi
0 to 210 bar / STG18L 0 to 6000 psi
Specification and
Model Selection
Guide
0 to 210 bar
0 to 415 bar
0 to 415 bar
Function
ST 3000
Gauge Pressure
Transmitter
Honeywell’s ST 3000® Series 100
Gauge Pressure Transmitters bring
proven “smart” technology to a wide
spectrum of gauge pressure
measurement applications with
varying process interface
requirements. They transmit an
output signal proportional to the
measured variable in either an
analog 4 to 20 milliampere format or
in a digital DE protocol format for
direct digital integration with our
TDC 3000®X control system.
Additional protocol options available
for the ST 3000 Series 100
transmitters include FOUNDATION™
1
2
Fieldbus and HART® . See the
Model Selection Guide for help in
selecting the correct ordering code
for the desired protocol.
You easily select the analog or
digital transmission format through
the Smart Field Communicator
(SFC®) which is the common handheld operator interface for our
Smartline® Transmitters. All
configuration, operation, and
communications functions are
under the control of the ST 3000
Smart Transmitter’s microprocessor and are accessible
through the SFC.
ST 3000
Gauge
Pressure
Transmitter
G ..
o. KIN
GN R
TA C WO
SF
.
ITS
UN
DA
MP
NF
CO
ID
V
LR
0%
XT
NE
T
SE
V
UR %
100
NU
ME EM
IT
TOU UT
P
RCOECT
R
EV
PR
7
6
5
4
AT
ST
3
2
1
0
AN
SP
Can be ordered
separately see
specification
34-ST-03-55
Smart Field
Communicator
9
8
.
+/
-
R
CL O)
(N
R
TE )
EN ES
(Y
T
IF
SH
M/
N U P HA
AL
24266
¹ FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is a trademark
of the Fieldbus Foundation.
² HART is a registered trademark of the
Hart Communication Foundation.
Figure 1—Series 100 Gauge Pressure Transmitters feature proven
“smart” technology and come in single-head and in-line models to meet
varying application needs.
Industrial Automation and Control, 16404 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85023
Printed in U.S.A.■✝© Copyright 1998 — Honeywell Inc.
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ST 3000 Smart Transmitter
Series 900 Gauge Pressure Models
STG944
STG94L
STG974
STG97L
STG98L
0 to 500 psi
0 to 500 psi
0 to 3000 psi
0 to 3000 psi
0 to 6000 psi
Specification and
Model Selection
Guide
0 to 35 bar
0 to 35 bar
0 to 210 bar
0 to 210 bar
0 to 415 bar
Function
Honeywell’s ST 3000® Series 900
Gauge Pressure Transmitters bring
proven “smart” technology to a wide
spectrum of gauge pressure
measurement applications with
varying process interface
requirements. They transmit an
output signal proportional to the
measured variable in either an
analog 4 to 20 milliampere format or
in a digital DE protocol format for
direct digital integration with our
TDC 3000®X control system.
Additional protocol options available
for the ST 3000 Series 900
transmitters include FOUNDATION™
1
2
Fieldbus and HART® . See the
Model Selection Guide for help in
selecting the correct ordering code
for the desired protocol.
In the standard transmitter you easily
select the analog or digital
transmission format through the
Smart Field Communicator (SFC®)
which is the common hand-held
operator interface for our DE-based
Smartline® Transmitters. All
configuration, operation, and
communications functions are under
the control of the ST 3000 Smart
Transmitter’s microprocessor and
are accessible through the SFC.
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Figure 1—Series 900 Gauge Pressure Transmitters feature proven
“smart” technology and come in dual-head and in-line models to meet
varying application needs.
Industrial Automation and Control, 16404 N. Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85023
Printed in U.S.A.■✝© Copyright 1998 — Honeywell Inc.
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Features
• Choice of dual-head or in-line
model to match process
interface requirements.
• Direct digital integration with
TDC 3000X system provides
local measurement accuracy to
the system level without adding
typical A/D and D/A converter
inaccuracies.
• Unique piezoresistive sensor
automatically compensates
input for temperature.
• Added “smart” features include
configuring lower and upper
range values, simulating
accurate analog output, and
selecting preprogrammed
engineering units for display.
• Smart transmitter capabilities
with local or remote interfacing
means significant manpower
efficiency improvements in
commissioning, start-up, and
ongoing maintenance functions
Description
Like other Smartline Transmitters,
the ST 3000 features two-way
communication between the
operator and the transmitter
through our SFC. You can connect
the SFC anywhere that you can
access the transmitter signal lines,
The measuring means is a
piezoresistive sensor which actually and it provides the capabilities of
transmitter adjustments and
contains a pressure sensor and a
diagnostics from remote locations,
temperature sensor.
such as the control room.
Microprocessor-based electronics
provide higher span-turndown ratio, The transmitter’s meter body and
electronics housing resist shock,
improved temperature
vibration, corrosion, and moisture.
compensation, and improved
The electronics housing contains a
accuracy.
compartment for the single-board
electronics, which is isolated from
an integral junction box. The singleboard electronics is replaceable
and interchangeable with any other
ST 3000 Series 900 or Series 100e
model transmitter.
The ST 3000 transmitter can
replace any 4 to 20 milliampere
output transmitter in use today, and
operates over a standard two-wire
system.
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Specifications
Operating Conditions – All Models
Parameter
Reference
Condition
(at zero
static)
Rated Condition
Operative Limits
Transportation and
Storage
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
°F
Ambient Temperature
25 ±1
77 ±2
-40 to 70
-40 to 158
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
Meter Body Temperature
25 ±1
77 ±2 -40 to 110* -40 to 230* -40 to 125*** -40 to 257*** -55 to 125 -67 to 257
10 to 55
0 to 100
0 to 100
Overpressure
STG944, 94L psi
bar
0
0
750
50
750
50
STG974, 97L psi
bar
0
0
4500
310
4500
310
STG98L psi
bar
0
0
9000
620
9000
620
25
13
2 (short term**)
1 (short term**)
Humidity
%RH
Vacuum Region - Minimum
Pressure
mmHg absolute
inH2O absolute
Supply Voltage, Current,
and Load Resistance
atmospheric
atmospheric
Voltage Range: 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals
Current Range: 3.0 to 21.8 mA
Load Resistance: 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 2)
* For model 944 with CTFE fill fluid, the rating is –15 to 70°C (5 to 158°F); for model 98L with CTFE fill fluid,
the rating is –15 to 110°C (5 to 230°F).
**Short term equals 2 hours at 70°C (158 °F)
***For Models STG94L, STG97L, and STG98L, the upper limit is 110°C (230°F).
°C
°F
-55 to 125 -67 to 257
0 to 100
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Models STG944 & 94L (0 to 500 psi/35 bar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
500
35
Minimum Span
psi
bar
20
1.4
Turndown Ratio
25 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.05 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
In Analog Mode: ±0.1625% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
50 psi
3.5 bar
±0.0125 + 0.15 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.15 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
50 psi
3.5 bar
±0.15 ( span psi) or ±0.15 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.25% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
50 psi
3.5 bar
±0.10 + 0.15 ( span psi) or ±0.10 + 0.15 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.225% of span.
For URV below reference point (50 psi), effect equals:
50 psi
3.5 bar
±0.075 + 0.15 ( span psi) or ±0.075 + 0.15 ( span bar) in % span
Stability
±0.03% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316L Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Models STG974 & 97L (0 to 3000 psi/210 bar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
3000
210
Minimum Span
psi
bar
300
21
Turndown Ratio
10 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (750 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
æ 750 psi ö
æ 52 bar ö
±0.05 + 0.05 çç
or ±0.05 + 0.05 çç
in % span
span
psi
è
è span bar
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (300 psi), accuracy equals:
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)
750 psi ö
or ±0.025 + 0.05
±0.025 + 0.05 æç
è span psi
æ 52 bar ö
çç
÷÷ in % span
è span bar
In Analog Mode: ±0.2125% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.20% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.20 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.325% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.125 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.125 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.10 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.10 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
Stability
±0.03% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316L Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Model STG98L (0 to 6000 psi/415 bar)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi
bar
6000
415
Minimum Span
psi
bar
500
35
Turndown Ratio
12 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
1500 psi ö
±0.05 + 0.05 æç
÷ or ±0.05 + 0.05
è span psi
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°C (50°F)
æ 104 bar ö in % span
ç span bar
è
In Digital Mode: ±0.175% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), accuracy equals:
1500 psi ö
æ 104 bar ö
±0.025 + 0.05 æç
÷ or ±0.025 + 0.05 ç span bar ÷ in % span
è span psi
è
In Analog Mode: ±0.2125% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.0125 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.20% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.20 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°C
(50°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.325% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.125 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.125 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.30% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.10 + 0.20 ( span psi) or ±0.10 + 0.20 ( span bar) in % span
Stability
±0.03% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316L Stainless Steel
barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions - General for all Models
Parameter
Description
Output (two-wire)
Analog 4 to 20 mA or DE digital communications mode. Options available for
FOUNDATION Fieldbus and HART protocol.
Supply Voltage Effect
0.005% span per volt.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
CE Conformity (Europe)
89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
Lightning Protection Option
Leakage Current: 10 microamps max. @ 42.4 VDC, 93°C
(Code “LP”)
Impulse Rating:
(rise/decay)
10/20 µ sec.
5,000 Amps (50 strikes) 10,000 Amps (20 strikes)
10/1000 µ sec. 250 Amps (1000 strikes) 500 Amps (400 strikes)
Physical and Approval Bodies
Parameter
Description
Barrier Diaphragms Material
Dual-Head Meter Body: 316L SS, Hastelloy C-276
In-Line Meter Body: 316L SS, Hastelloy C-276
Process Head Material
Dual-Head Meter Body: 316 SS, Carbon Steel (zinc-plated), Hastelloy. [Reference
head is Carbon Steel (zinc-plated).]
In-Line Meter Body: 316 SS process interface.
Head Gaskets
Teflon is standard. Viton is available.
Meter Body Bolting
Carbon Steel (Zinc plated, standard) or A286 SS (NACE) bolts and 302/304 SS
(NACE) nuts for heads and 316 SS (NACE) bolts for adapters (standard option).
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) or Stainless Steel angle bracket or Carbon Steel flat
bracket available.
Fill Fluid
Silicone oil or CTFE (Chlorotrifluoroethylene)
Electronic Housing
Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (watertight)
and NEMA 7 (explosion proof). Stainless steel optional.
Process Connections
Dual-Head Meter Body: 1/4-inch NPT; 1/2-inch NPT with adapter or DIN, standard
option.
In-Line Meter Body: 1/2-inch NPT
Wiring
Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter).
Mounting
Can be mounted in virtually any position using the standard mounting bracket.
Bracket is designed to mount on 2-inch (50 mm) vertical or horizontal pipe. See
Figure 3 for dual-head models, and Figure 4 for in-line models.
Dimensions
See Figures 5 and 6.
Net Weight
With Dual-Head Meter Body: 9 pounds (4.1 Kg)
With In-Line Meter Body: 3.8 pounds (1.7 Kg)
Approval Bodies
Approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Division 1,
Groups A, B, C, D locations, and nonincendive for Class I, Division 2 Groups A, B, C,
D locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T5 and EEx d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and
Ex N II T5 per BS 6941.
Series 900 with HC (HART) Compatibility is self certified for Zone 2, T5, maximum
42V/22 mA.
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Figure 3—Examples of typical mounting positions for dual-head models STG944 and STG974
24268
Figure 4—Examples of typical mounting positions for in-line models STG94L, STG97L, and STG98L.
Note that a mounting bracket is not required for in-line models.
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Reference Dimensions:
With
Smart
meter
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
Removal
Clearance
for All Caps
45.7
1.8
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
Without
meter
3.6
0.14 Plug
135
5.32
55.3
2.18
23.5
.925
214
8.43
Optional
Meters
Optional
external
ground
125.2
4.93
Rotational
Lock
67
2.64
53.9
2.12
32.5
1.28
93.6
3.69
129
5.08
24254
Figure 5—Typical mounting dimensions for dual-head models STG944 and STG974 for reference
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Reference Dimensions:
With
Smart
meter
Removal
Clearance
for All Caps
45.7
1.8
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
Without
meter
3.6
0.14 Plug
135
5.32
55.3
2.18
23.5
.925
197.3
7.76
Optional
external
ground
Optional
Meters
1/2" NPT
141.9
5.59
Rotational
Lock
1/2" NPT
Pressure
Connection
38.1
Hex
1.5
24255
Figure 6—Typical mounting dimensions for in-line models STG94L, STG97L, and STG98L for reference
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Options
Mounting Bracket
The angle mounting bracket is
available in either zinc-plated
carbon steel or stainless steel and
is suitable for horizontal or vertical
mounting on a two inch (50
millimeter) pipe, as well as wall
mounting. An optional flat
mounting bracket is also available
in carbon steel for two inch (50
millimeter) pipe mounting.
Indicating Meter
Two integral meter options are
available. An analog meter (option
ME) is available with a 0 to 100%
linear scale. The Smart Meter
(option SM) provides an LCD
display for both analog and digital
output and can be configured to
display pressure in pre-selected
engineering units.
Lightning Protection
A terminal block is available with
circuitry that protects the
transmitter from transient surges
induced by nearby lightning
strikes.
HART Protocol Compatibility
(Option HC)
An optional electronics module is
available for the Series 900 that
provides HART Protocol
compatibility. Transmitters with the
HART Option are compatible with
the AMS System. (Contact your
AMS Supplier if an upgrade is
required.)
Ordering Information
Contact your nearest Honeywell
sales office, or
Up to 30 characters can be added
on the stainless steel nameplate
In the U.S.:
mounted on the transmitter’s
Honeywell
electronics housing at no extra cost.
Industrial Automation & Control
Note that a separate nameplate on
16404 N. Black Canyon Highway
the meter body contains the serial
Phoenix, AZ 85023
number and body-related data. A
1-800-288-7491
stainless steel wired on tag with
additional data of up to 4 lines of 28
In Canada:
characters is also available. The
The Honeywell Centre
number of characters for tagging
155
Gordon Baker Rd.
includes spaces.
North York, Ontario
M2H 3N7
Transmitter Configuration
1-800-461-0013
(Option TC)
Tagging (Option TG)
The factory can configure the
transmitter linear/square root
extraction, damping time, LRV,
URV and mode (analog/digital) and
enter an ID tag of up to eight characters and scratchpad information
as specified.
Custom Calibration and ID in
Memory (Option CC)
The factory can calibrate any range
within the scope of the transmitter’s
range and enter an ID tag of up to
eight characters in the transmitter’s
memory.
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
(Option FF)
Equips transmitter with FF
protocol for use in 31.25 kbit/s
FF networks. See document
34-ST-03-72 for additional
information on ST 3000
Fieldbus transmitters.
Configuration of the HART Option
transmitter is accomplished using a
Universal HART Communicator.
For full functionality the
communicator must contain the
Honeywell Device Description (DD).
Contact your nearest Honeywell
office or distributor for further
information regarding this option.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
(Note that specifications may differ slightly for transmitters manufactured before
October 30, 1995.)
In Latin America:
Honeywell Inc.
480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway,
Suite 200
Sunrise, FL 33325
(954) 845-2600
In Europe:
Honeywell PACE
1, Avenue du Bourget
B-1140 Brussels, Belgium
[32-2] 728-2111
In Asia:
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Room 3213-25
Sun Hung Kai Centre
No. 30 Harbour Road
Wanchai, Hong Kong
2829-8298
In the Pacific:
Honeywell Limited
5 Thomas Holt Drive
North Ryde NSW 2113
Australia
(61 2) 9353 7000
Or, visit Honeywell on the World
Wide Web at:
http://www.honeywell.com
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Model Selection Guide
34-ST-16-26, 28
Instructions
Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
Make one selection from each table, I and II, using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00).
A dot denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
Key Number
______
I
-
___
II
-
_____
III (Optional)
-
_ _, _ _ _ _
KEY NUMBER
Gage
Pressure
IV
+
XXXX
Selection
Span
0-20 to 0-500 psi/0-1.4 to 0-35 bar
0-300 to 0-3000 psi/0-21 to 0-210 bar
0-20 to 0-500 psi/0-1.4 to 0-35 bar
0-300 to 0-3000 psi/0-21 to 0-210 bar
0-500 to 0-6000 psi/0-35 to 0-415 bar
Availability
STG944
STG974
STG94L
STG97L
STG98L
TABLE I - METER BODY
Wetted
Process Head ***
Vent/Drain
Valve **
Barrier
Diaphragms
Material
of
Construction
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 St. St.
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Silicone DC200
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Fill Fluid
Process Head
1/4" NPT
__A
1/2" NPT with Adapter
__G
1/2" NPT
__G
CTFE
Configuration
TABLE II
No Selection
*
**
***
Note:
Carbon Steel heads are zinc-plated.
A__
B__
E__
F__
J__
_1_
_2_
t
00000
Not recommended for water service due to hydrogen migration.
Use Stainless Steel heads.
Vent/Drains are Teflon coated for lubricity.
The standard reference head for the STG9XX is carbon steel (zinc-plated).
See Table III for a stainless steel reference (HR) head option.
End vent drain valve standard for STG9XX.
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STG9
STG9
TABLE III - OPTIONS
None
Viton Process Head Gaskets (teflon is standard)
Teflon Process Head Gaskets (viton is standard)
A286SS (NACE) Bolts and 302/304SS (NACE) Nuts for Heads
Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root)
Smart Meter
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag
(4 lines, 28 characters per line, customer supplied information)
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag (blank)
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT St. Steel
Adapter Flange - 1/2" NPT Hastelloy-C
Modified DIN Process Heads - 316SS
Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Mounting Bracket - ST. ST.
Flat Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
316 ST.ST. Electronics Housing with M20 Conduit Connections
1/2" NPT to M20 316SS Conduit Adapter (BASEEFA EEx d IIC)
1/2" NPT to 3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter
Side Vent/Drain
Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory
Transmitter Configuration
Write Protection
Local Zero
Local Zero and Span
Selection
00
VT
TF
CR
ME
SM
TG
Lightning Protection
St. St. Reference Head (Carbon Steel standard)
Clean Transmitter for Oxygen or Chlorine Service with Certificate
Over-Pressure Leak Test with F3392 Certificate
Additional Warranty - 1 year
Additional Warranty - 2 years
Additional Warranty - 3 years
Additional Warranty - 4 years
Blind DIN SS Flanges Mounted with NACE Bolts
Low Temperature - -50oC Ambient Limit
Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399)
Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
Certificate of Origin (F0195)
NACE Certificate (F0198)
HART® Protocol Compatible Electronics
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Communications
LP
HR
0X
TP
W1
W2
W3
W4
B1
LT
F1
F3
F5
F7
HC
FF
TB
S1
T1
DN
MB
SB
FB
SH
A1
A2
SV
CC
TC
WP
LZ
ZS
4L
44 7L
74 8L
c
c
w
b
m m
n n
u u
d
x
x
b
b
s s
h h
b
y
z
b
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Table III continued next page
r
b
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STG9
STG9
4L
44 7L
TABLE III - OPTIONS (continued)
Approval
Body
Approval Type
No hazardous location approvals
Explosion Proof
Factory
Dust Ignition Proof
Mutual
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
CSA
Zone 2
(Europe)
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Intrinsically Safe
Self-Declared
per 94/9/EC
(ATEX4)
SA
Intrinsically Safe
(Australia) Non-Incendive
Flame Proof
Flame Proof/
CENELEC
LCIE
Intrinsically Safe/
CENELEC
Flame Proof/
CENELEC
TABLE IV
Factory Identification
Selection
74 8L
Location or Classification
9X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, III Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Ex II 3 GD T (1) X
(1) T4 at Tamb. 93oC, T5 at Tamb.
80oC, T6 at Tamb. 65oC
Ex ia IIC T4
Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option)
Ex d IIC T6
EEx d IIC T6
1C
2J
3N
4H
3A
EEx ia IIC T5
EEx d IIC T6
3D
XXXX
a a
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Model Selection Guide, continued
RESTRICTIONS
Restriction
Letter
a
b
c
d
I
Available Only With
Not Available With
Selection
Table
Selection
Approval Body Pending
Select only one option from this group
__G
e
h
m
n
o
r
s
III
I
1C, 2J, 3D, 3N, 9X
_2_
Table
III
III
III
DN, B1
III
III
ZS, 1C, 2J
1C, 2J
III
FF, ME
CR or B1
1C, 2J, 3A, 3D, 3N, 4H, 9X
Select adapter from Table III S1, T1
t
u
III
1C, 2J
E _ G, F _ G
E _ A, F _ A
v
I
w
x
I
III
y
I
III
III
SV
III
SV
III
STG974
FF, SM
E _ A, F _ A
DN
z
Note: See 13:ST-29 and User's Manual for part numbers.
See 13:ST-OE-9 for OMS Order Entry Information including TC, manuals,
certificates, drawings and SPINS.
See 13:ST-OD-1 for tagging, ID, Transmitter Configuration (TC) and
calibration including factory default values.
To request a quotation for a non-published "special", fax RFQ to Marketing
Applications.
Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
16404 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85023-3099
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Features
• Choice of single-head or in-line
model to match process interface
requirements.
• Direct digital integration with
TDC 3000X system provides
local measurement accuracy to
the system level without adding
typical A/D and D/A converter
inaccuracies.
• Unique piezoresistive sensor
automatically compensates input
for temperature.
• Added “smart” features include
configuring lower and upper
range values, simulating accurate
analog output, and selecting
preprogrammed engineering
units for display.
• Smart transmitter capabilities with
local or remote interfacing means
significant manpower efficiency
improvements in commissioning,
start-up, and ongoing
maintenance functions.
Description
The ST 3000 transmitter can
replace any 4 to 20 milliampere
output transmitter in use today, and
operates over a standard two-wire
system.
The measuring means is a piezoresistive sensor which actually
contains a pressure sensor and a
temperature sensor.
Microprocessor-based electronics
provide higher span-turndown ratio,
improved temperature compensation, and improved accuracy.
Like other Smartline Transmitters,
the ST 3000 features two-way
communication between the
operator and the transmitter
through our SFC.
You can connect the SFC anywhere
that you can access the transmitter
signal lines, and it provides the
capabilities of transmitter
adjustments and diagnostics from
remote locations, such as the
control room.
The transmitter’s meter body and
electronics housing resist shock,
vibration, corrosion, and moisture.
The electronics housing contains a
compartment for the single-board
electronics, which is isolated from
an integral junction box. The singleboard electronics is replaceable
and interchangeable with any other
ST 3000 Series 100 or Series 900
model transmitter.
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Specifications
Operating Conditions – All Models
Parameter
Reference
Condition
Rated Condition
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
Ambient Temperature
25±1
77±2
-40 to 85
-40 to 185
-40 to 93
-40 to 200 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
Meter Body Temperature
25±1
77±2
-40 to 110*
-40 to 230*
-40 to 125
-40 to 257 -55 to 125 -67 to 257
Humidity
%RH
Operative Limits
°F
10 to 55
0 to 100
0 to 100
Overpressure
STG140, 14L psi
bar
0
0
750
50
750
50
STG170, 17L psi
bar
0
0
4500
310
4500
310
STG180, 18L psi
bar
0
0
9000
620
9000
620
25
13
2 (short term**)
1 (short term**)
Vacuum Region - Minimum
Pressure
mmHg absolute
inH2O absolute
Supply Voltage, Current, and
Load Resistance
atmospheric
atmospheric
Transportation and
Storage
°C
0 to 100
Voltage Range: 10.8 to 42.4 Vdc at terminals
Current Range: 3.0 to 21.8 mA
Load Resistance: 0 to 1440 ohms (as shown in Figure 2)
* For CTFE fill fluid the rating is –15 to 110 °C (5 to 230°F)
** Short term equals 2 hours at 70°C (158 °F)
1440
1200
Loop
Resistance
(ohms)
= Operating
Area
NOTE: A minimum of 250
0hms of loop resistance is
necessary to support
communications. Loop
resistance equals barrier
resistance plus wire
resistance plus receiver
resistance. Also 45 volt
operation is permitted if
not an intrinsically safe
installation.
800
650
450
250
0
10.8 16.28 20.63 25 28.3
37.0
Operating Voltage (Vdc)
Figure 2 - Supply voltage and loop resistance chart.
°F
42.4
21012
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Models STG140 & 14L (0 to 500 psi)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi: 500
bar: 35
Minimum Span
psi: 5
bar: 0.35
Turndown Ratio
100 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.0625% of span.
For URV below reference point of 50 psi for model STG140 or 75 psi for model
STG14L, effect equals:
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.0625% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (20 psi), accuracy equals:
20 psi
1.4 bar
±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span bar) in % span
50 psi
±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.05 (
OR
75 psi
±0.0125 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.05 (
3.5 bar
span bar) in % span
5.25 bar
span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.05% of span.
For URV below reference point of 50 psi for model STG140 or 75 psi for model
STG14L, effect equals:
50 psi
±0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 (
OR
75 psi
±0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 (
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
3.5 bar
span bar) in % span
5.25 bar
span bar) in % span
In Analog Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point of 50 psi for model STG140 or 75 psi for model
STG14L, effect equals:
50 psi
±0.05 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.05 (
OR
75 psi
±0.05 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.05 (
3.5 bar
span bar) in % span
5.25 bar
span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.075% of span.
For URV below reference point of 50 psi for model STG140 or 75 psi for model
STG14L, effect equals:
50 psi
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 (
OR
75 psi
±0.025 + 0.05 ( span psi) or ±0.025 + 0.05 (
Stability
3.5 bar
span bar) in % span
5.25 bar
span bar) in % span
±0.03% of URL per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Models STG170 & 17L (0 to 3000 psi)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi: 3000
bar: 210
Minimum Span
psi: 100
bar: 7
Turndown Ratio
30 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (750 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
æ 750 psi ö
æ 52 bar ö
or ±0.025 + 0.05 çç
in % span
±0.025 + 0.05 çç
è span psi
è span bar
In Digital Mode: ±0.0625% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever
is greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (750 psi), accuracy equals:
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
æ 750 psi ö
÷÷ or ±0.0125 + 0.05
±0.0125 + 0.05 çç
è span psi
æ 52 bar ö
çç
÷÷ in % span
è span bar
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.175% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.075 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.075 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span.
For URV below reference point (500 psi), effect equals:
500 psi
35 bar
±0.05 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Stability
±0.03% of per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions* - Models STG180 & 18L (0 to 6000 psi)
Parameter
Description
Upper Range Limit
psi: 6000
bar: 415
Minimum Span
psi: 100
bar: 7
Turndown Ratio
60 to 1
Zero Elevation and Suppression
No limit except minimum span from absolute 0 (zero) to +100% URL. Specifications
valid over this range.
Accuracy (Reference – Includes
combined effects of linearity,
hysteresis, and repeatability)
In Analog Mode: ±0.075% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (1000 psi), accuracy equals:
• Accuracy includes residual error
after averaging successive
readings.
1500 psi ö
æ 104 bar ö
±0.025 + 0.10 æç
÷ or ±0.025 + 0.10 ç span bar in % span
è
è span psi
• For FOUNDATION Fieldbus use
Digital Mode specifications. For
HART use Analog Mode
specifications.
Zero Temperature Effect per
28°°C (50°°F)
In Digital Mode: ±0.125% of calibrated span or upper range value (URV), whichever is
greater, terminal based.
For URV calibrated below reference point (1000 psi), accuracy equals:
1500 psi ö
æ 104 bar ö
±0.0125 + 0.10 æç
÷ or ±0.0125 + 0.10 ç span bar ÷ in % span
è
è span psi
In Analog Mode: ±0.1125% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.0125 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.10% of span. .
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Combined Zero and Span
Temperature Effect per 28°°C
(50°°F)
In Analog Mode: ±0.175% of span.
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.075 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.075 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
In Digital Mode: ±0.15% of span. .
For URV below reference point (1000 psi), effect equals:
1000 psi
70 bar
±0.05 + 0.10 ( span psi) or ±0.05 + 0.10 ( span bar) in % span
Stability
±0.03% of per year
* Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), 10 to 55% RH, and 316 Stainless Steel barrier diaphragm.
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Performance Under Rated Conditions - General for all Models
Parameter
Description
Output (two-wire)
Analog 4 to 20 mA or digital communications DE mode. Options available for
FOUNDATION Fieldbus and HART protocol.
Supply Voltage Effect
0.005% span per volt.
Damping Time Constant
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds digital damping.
CE Conformity (Europe)
89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive.
Lightning Protection Option
Leakage Current: 10 microamps max. @ 42.4 VDC, 93°C
(Code “LP”)
Impulse Rating:
(rise/decay)
10/20 µ sec.
5,000 Amps (50 strikes) 10,000 Amps (20 strikes)
10/1000 µ sec. 250 Amps (1000 strikes) 500 Amps (400 strikes)
Physical and Approval Bodies
Parameter
Description
Barrier Diaphragms Material
Single-Head Meter Body: 316L SS, Hastelloy C-276, Monel
In-Line Meter Body: 316L SS, Hastelloy C-276
Process Head Material
Single-Head Meter Body: 316 SS, Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated), Hastelloy, Monel
In-Line Meter Body: 316L SS
Head Gaskets
Teflon is standard. Viton is available with 316L SS and Monel barrier diaphragms.
Meter Body Bolting
Carbon Steel (Zinc plated, standard) or A286 SS (NACE) bolts and 302/304 SS (NACE)
nuts for heads.
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) or Stainless Steel angle bracket or Carbon Steel flat bracket
available.
Fill Fluid
Silicone oil or CTFE (Chlorotrifluoroethylene)
Electronic Housing
Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (watertight) and
NEMA 7 (explosion proof).
Stainless Steel Optional
Process Connections
Single-Head Meter Body: 1/2-inch NPT, 9/16-18 Aminco, DIN (standard option)
In-Line Meter Body: 1/2-inch NPT
Wiring
Accepts up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm diameter).
Mounting
Can be mounted in virtually any position using the standard mounting bracket. Bracket
is designed to mount on 2-inch (50 mm) vertical or horizontal pipe. See Figure 3 for
single-head models and Figure 4 for in-line models.
Dimensions
See Figures 5 and 6.
Net Weight
With Single-Head Meter Body: 10 pounds (4.5 Kg)
With In-Line Meter Body: 3.8 pounds (1.7 Kg)
Approval Bodies
Approved as explosion proof and intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups
A, B, C, D locations, and nonincendive for Class I, Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D
locations. Approved EEx ia IIC T5 and EEx d IIC T6 per CENELEC standards; and Ex N
II T5 per BS 6941.
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24267
Figure 3 - Examples of typical mounting positions for single-head models STG140, STG170, and STG180.
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24268
Figure 4 - Examples of typical mounting positions for in-line models STG14L, STG17L, and STG18L.
Note that a mounting bracket is not required for in-line models.
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Reference Dimensions:
With
Smart
meter
Removal
Clearance
for All Caps
45.7
1.8
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
65.1
2.56
Without
meter
Without
meter
With
Analog
meter
3.6
135
5.32
0.14
Plug
55.3
2.18
Optional
meters
23.5
.925
1/2" NPT
Optional
external
ground
252.8 / 262.1*
9.95 / 10.32
Rotational
lock
162 / 171.3*
6.38 / 6.74
6
0.24
71.1
SQ.
2.80
21.2
0.83
1/2" NPT
Pressure
Connection
Mounting Holes
M8 x 1.25 (2)
50
1.97
53.6
2.11
74.4
2.93
24269
*Dimensions vary due to slight differences in electronics housing designs.
Figure 5 - Typical mounting dimensions for single-head models STG140, STG170, and STG180 for reference.
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Reference Dimensions:
With
Smart
meter
millimeters
inches
82.9
3.26
Removal
Clearance
for All Caps
45.7
1.8
With
Analog
meter
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
Without
meter
65.1
2.56
135
5.32
Without
meter
3.6
0.14
Plug
55.3
2.18
Optional
meters
23.5
.925
1/2"
NPT
Optional
external
ground
213.3 / 238.3*
8.40 / 9.38
38.1
1.5
158 / 183*
6.22 / 7.20
Rotational
lock
1/2" NPT
Pressure
Connection
24270
*Dimensions vary due to slight differences in electronics housing designs.
Figure 6 - Typical mounting dimensions for in-line models STG14L, STG17L, and STG18L for reference.
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Options
Mounting Bracket
The angle mounting bracket is
available in either zinc-plated
carbon steel or stainless steel and
is suitable for horizontal or vertical
mounting on a two inch (50
millimeter) pipe, as well as wall
mounting. An optional flat
mounting bracket is also available
in carbon steel for two inch (50
millimeter) pipe mounting.
Indicating Meter
Two integral meter options are
available. An analog meter (option
ME) is available with a 0 to 100%
linear scale. The Smart Meter
(option SM) provides an LCD
display for both analog and digital
output and can be configured to
display pressure in pre-selected
engineering units.
HART Protocol Compatibility
(Option HC)
An optional electronics module is
available for the Series 100 that
provides HART Protocol
compatibility. Transmitters with the
HART Option are compatible with
the AMS System. (Contact your
AMS Supplier if an upgrade is
required.)
Lightning Protection
A terminal block is available with
circuitry that protects the
transmitter from transient surges
induced by nearby lightning
strikes.
Ordering Information
Contact your nearest Honeywell
sales office, or
Up to 30 characters can be added
on the stainless steel nameplate
In the U.S.:
mounted on the transmitter’s
Honeywell
electronics housing at no extra cost.
Industrial Automation & Control
Note that a separate nameplate on
16404 N. Black Canyon Highway
the meter body contains the serial
Phoenix, AZ 85023
number and body-related data. A
1-800-288-7491
stainless steel wired on tag with
additional data of up to 4 lines of 28
In Canada:
characters is also available. The
The Honeywell Centre
number of characters for tagging
155
Gordon Baker Rd.
includes spaces.
North York, Ontario
M2H 3N7
Transmitter Configuration
1-800-461-0013
(Option TC)
Tagging (Option TG)
The factory can configure the
transmitter linear/square root
extraction, damping time, LRV,
URV and mode (analog/digital) and
enter an ID tag of up to eight
characters and scratchpad
information as specified.
Custom Calibration and ID in
Memory (Option CC)
The factory can calibrate any range
within the scope of the transmitter’s
range and enter an ID tag of up to
eight characters in the transmitter’s
memory.
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
(Option FF)
Equips transmitter with FF protocol
for use in 31.25 kbit/s FF networks.
See document 34-ST-03-72 for
additional information on ST 3000
Fieldbus transmitters.
In Latin America:
Honeywell Inc.
480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway,
Suite 200
Sunrise, FL 33325
(954) 845-2600
In Europe:
Honeywell PACE
1, Avenue du Bourget
B-1140 Brussels, Belgium
[32-2] 728-2111
In Asia:
Honeywell Asia Pacific Inc.
Room 3213-25
Sun Hung Kai Centre
No. 30 Harbour Road
Wanchai, Hong Kong
2829-8298
In the Pacific:
Honeywell Limited
5 Thomas Holt Drive
North Ryde NSW 2113
Australia
(61 2) 9353 7000
Or, visit Honeywell on the World
Wide Web at:
http://www.honeywell.com
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Model Selection Guide
34-ST-16-03
Instructions
Select the desired Key Number. The arrow to the right marks the selection available.
Make one selection from each Table I and II using the column below the proper arrow.
Select as many Table III options as desired (if no options are desired, specify 00).
A dot ( ) denotes unrestricted availability. A letter denotes restricted availability.
Restrictions follow Table IV.
Key Number
______
I
-
___
II
-
_____
III (Optional)
-
_ _, _ _
KEY NUMBER
Gage
Pressure
IV
+
XXXX
Selection
Design Span
Head 0-5 to 0-500 psi/0-0.34 to 0-35 bar
0-100 to 0-3000 psi/0-7 to 0-210 bar
0-100 to 0-6000 psi/0-7 to 0-420 bar
0-5 to 0-500 psi/0-0.34 to 0-35 bar
In-Line 0-100 to 0-3000 psi/0-7 to 0-210 bar
0-100 to 0-6000 psi/0-7 to 0-420 bar
Availability
STG140
STG170
STG180
STG14L
STG17L
STG18L
TABLE I - METER BODY
Wetted
Process Heads
Vent/Drain
Valves **
Barrier
Diaphragms
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
Carbon Steel *
316 St. St.
***
316 St. St.
***
316 St. St.
Hastelloy C
-
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Monel
316 LSS
316 LSS
Hastelloy C
Hastelloy C
Monel
Hastelloy C
Monel
Silicone DC200
-
Monel
Fill Fluid
Process Head
CTFE
9/16" - 18 Aminco
Configuration
1/2 NPT (female)
Materials
of
Construction
*
**
***
Carbon Steel heads are zinc-plated.
A__
B__
C__
E__
E__
F__
F__
G__
J__
L__
_1_
_2_
__A
__G
Not recommended for water service due to hydrogen migration.
Use Stainless Steel heads.
Vent/Drains are Teflon coated for lubricity.
STGIXL has 316 SS process interface.
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STG14L
STG17L, STG18L
STG140, STG170, STG180
TABLE II
No Selection
TABLE III - OPTIONS
None
Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Mounting Bracket - ST. ST.
Flat Mounting Bracket - Carbon Steel
Viton Process Head Gasket (Teflon is standard)
Analog Meter (0-100 Even 0-10 Square Root)
Smart Meter
Modified DIN Process Heads - 316SS
316 ST.ST. Electronics Housing with M20 Conduit Connections
1/2" NPT to M20 316SS Conduit Adapter (BASEEFA EEx d IIC)
1/2" NPT to 3/4" NPT 316 SS Conduit Adapter
Lightning Protection
Custom Calibration and I.D. in Memory
Transmitter Configuration - non-Fieldbus
Transmitter Configuration - Fieldbus
Write Protection
A286SS (NACE) Bolts and 302/304SS (NACE) Nuts for Head
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag
(4 lines, 28 characters per line, customer supplied information)
Stainless Steel Customer Wired-On Tag (blank)
Clean Transmitter for Oxygen or Chlorine Service with Certificate
Over-Pressure Leak Test with F3392 Certificate
Additional Warranty - 1 year
Additional Warranty - 2 years
Additional Warranty - 3 years
Additional Warranty - 4 years
Calibration Test Report and Certificate of Conformance (F3399)
Certificate of Conformance (F3391)
Certificate of Origin (F0195)
NACE Certificate (F0198)
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Communications
HART Protocol compatible electronics
Local Zero & Span
Local Zero
Selection
00000
00
MB
SB
FB
VT
ME
SM
DN
SH
A1
A2
LP
CC
TC
FC
WP
CR
TG
b
z
b
w
n n n
n n n
u u u
b
b
a a a
TB
h h h
0X
TP
W1
W2
b
W3
W4
F1
b
F3
F5
o
F7
r r r
b
FF
e e e
HC
m m m
b
ZS
x x x
LZ
Table III options continued on next page
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Model Selection Guide, continued
Availability
STG14L
STG17L, STG18L
STG140, STG170, STG180
Selection
TABLE III - OPTIONS (continued)
Approval
Body
Approval Type
Location or Classification
No hazardous location approvals
Explosion Proof
Factory
Dust Ignition Proof
Mutual
Non-Incendive
Intrinsically Safe
Explosion Proof
Dust Ignition Proof
Intrinsically Safe
CSA
Zone 2
(Europe)
Self-Declared
per 94/9/EC
(ATEX4)
SA
Intrinsically Safe
(Australia) Non-Incendive
Flame Proof
Flame Proof/
CENELEC
LCIE
Intrinsically Safe/
CENELEC
Flame Proof/
CENELEC
9X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Class II, III Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A,B,C,D
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B,C,D
Class II, III, Div. 1, Groups E,F,G
Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Groups
A,B,C,D,E,F,G
(1)
Ex II 3 GD T X
(1) T4 at Tamb. 93oC, T5 at Tamb.
80oC, T6 at Tamb. 65oC
Ex ia IIC T4
Ex n IIC T6 (T4 with SM option)
Ex d IIC T6
EEx d IIC T6
1C
2J
b
3N
4H
a a a
3A
EEx ia IIC T5
EEx d IIC T6
3D
TABLE IV
Factory Identification
XXXX
RESTRICTIONS
Restriction
Letter
a
b
e
h
m
n
o
r
u
Table
III
Available Only With
Not Available With
Selection
Table
Selection
Pending
Select only one option from this group
1C, 2J, 3N, 3D, 9X
_2_
III
CR
III
w
I
1C, 2J
E _ G, F _ G, G _ G
x
III
FF, SM
z
Note:
III
III
ME, FF
1C, 2J
III
TC, ME
I
B _ _, F _ _, J _ _
See 13:ST-27 for Published Specials with pricing.
See 13:ST-29 and User's Manual for part numbers.
See 13:ST-OE-9 for OMS Order Entry Information including TC, manuals, certificates, drawings and SPINS.
See 13:ST-OD-1 for tagging, ID, Transmitter Configuration (TC) and calibration including factory default values.
To request a quotation for a non-published "special", fax RFQ to Marketing Applications.
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Industrial Automation and Control
Honeywell Inc.
16404 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85023-3099
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