Model 231RS Operating Instructions
Model 231RS Multi-Sense®
Wet-to-Wet Pressure Transducer
Remote Sensors
231RS
Armored
Cable
Version
231RS
Cable
Version
231RS
Conduit
Version
CE
978-263-1400; 800-257-3872
www.setra.com; [email protected]
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Contents
1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.0 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
2.1 Media Compatibility
2.2 Environment
2.3 Pressure Fittings
2.4 Mounting
2.5 Installation Procedures
3.0 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
3.1 Electrical Terminaltion
Wiring: 2-Wire, 4 to 20 mA and Remote Zero
3.2 Electrical Terminations
Wiring: 3-Wire, 0 to 5, 0 to 10, 1-5 VDC and Remote Zero
3.3 Remote Sensors Installation
4.0 CONFIGURATIONS
5.0 RETURNING PRODUCTS FOR REPAIR
6.0 WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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Model 231 Remote Sensors (RS)
Installation Guide
Multi-Sense® Model 231RS Series
Wet-to-Wet Differential Pressure Transducers
231RS w/ Conduit
231RS w/ Cable
231RS w/ Armored Cable
is shipping with the
following:
Conduit Version
(231GRSX3MX)
Cable Version
(231GRSX4MXXX)
Armored Cable Version
(231GRSXAJXXX)
Item
Qty.
Item
Qty. Item
Qty.
Housing
1
Housing
1
Housing
1
Pressure Transducers
2
Pressure Transducers
2
Pressure Transducers
2
User Manual
1
Cable Assemblies
2
Cable Assemblies
2
User Manual
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User Manual
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1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
Every Model 231RS has been calibrated and tested before shipment to guarantee performance of all pressure ranges.
The Model 231RS has field selectable unidirectional and bidirectional pressure ranges, configurable 0 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10
VDC , and 1 to 5 VDC output, true two-wire 4 to 20 mA output, and auto-zero capability. Each unit is factory calibrated
to the highest pressure range. The range label on the side of the unit indicates the factory calibrated range. Reminder:
Your application’s highest line pressure should be less than or equal to the highest pressure range of the 231RS
range code you selected when you purchased the 231RS. See Range Codes in table below. (Range codes also
listed on inside of housing cover).
Model 231RS pressure transducers sense differential pressure and convert this difference in pressure to a proportional
high level analog output for unidirectional and bidirectional pressure ranges.
Your Model 231RS Multi-Sense pressure transducer has been ordered in one of the following versions:
VersionUnidirectional
RS1
5, 10, 25, 50 psid
RS2
7.5, 15, 37.5, 75 psid
RS3
10, 20, 50, 100 psid
RS4
15, 30, 75, 150 psid
RS5
25, 50, 125, 250 psid
Bidirectional
±5, ±10, ±20, ±50 psid
±7.5, ±15, ±37.5, ±75 psid
±10, ±20, ±50, ±100 psid
±15, ±30, ±75, ±150 psid
±25, ±50, ±125, ±250 psid
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2.0 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
2.1 Media Compatibility
Model 231RS transducers are designed to be used with any gas or liquid compatible with 17-4 PH stainless steel. Never totally submerge the unit in any liquid.
2.2 Environment
The operating temperature limits of the Model 231RS are as follows:
Compensated Temperature Range °F (°C)
+32 to +130 (0 to +54)
Operating Temperature Range °F (°C)
-4 to +185 (-20 to +85)
Storage Temperature Range °F (°C)
-4 to +185 (-20 to +85)
2.3 Pressure Fittings
Typically standard pipe fittings and installation procedures should be used.
Model 231RS have 1/4” ­-18” NPT male fittings. The high pressure port and low pressure connections are located on the
bottom of the unit, labeled “HI(+)” and “LO(-)” respectively.
Important:
Each remote sensor is labeled “HIGH PRESSURE SENSOR” or “LOW PRESSURE SENSOR”. Match up the high pressure
sensor to the high pressure electrical terminals, and the low pressure sensor to the low pressure electrical terminals.
Otherwise, the performance may not meet the product linearity specifications.
Moisture Precautions
The Model 231RS is provided with a 0.875” DIA. conduit opening for electrical termination, intended for a 1/2” I.D.
conduit connection. This opening must be sealed according to standard industry practices in order to prevent moisture ingress into the Model 231RS.
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2.4 Mounting
The Model 231RS can be easily mounted using the two mounting screws located on the side of the unit.
2.5 Installation Procedures
For differential pressure measurements at high line pressure, it is recommended that the pressure sensor be installed
with a valve in each line, plus a shunt valve across the high and low (reference) pressure ports as shown.
Important: Do not exceed maximum range pressure with the total of differential pressure and line pressure.
Model 231RS
High Pressure
Remote Sensor
Low Pressure
Remote Sensor
Valve A1
High
Valve B1
Low
Valve A = High Side Valve
Valve B = Low Side Valve
Pipe
Valves not included.
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Figure 1
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Pipe
Model 231RS (Conduit Version, P/N: 231GRSX3MXXX) Outline Drawing
6.0
152.4
5.56
141.2
R 0.1
2.5
0.35
8
2.0
50.8
1.98
50.3
4.0
10.2
2x
0.864
21.95
1/2” Conduit
Opening
1.56
39.6
0.95
24.1
1.220
30.99
5.16
131.1
Figure 2
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1.240
31.50
Model 231RS (Cable version, P/N: 231GRSX4MXXX)
Model 231RS (Armored Cable Version, P/N: 231GRSXAJXXX)
Outline Drawing
6.0
152.4
5.56
141.2
R 0.1
2.5
0.35
8.8
2.0
50.8
1.22
31
1.66
42.2
1.98
50.3
4.0
10.2
4.87
123.6
5.08
129
1.56
39.6
0.95
24.1
5.16
131.1
Figure 3
8
1/2” Conduit
Opening
3.0 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
To access the electrical connections, turn the screws on the top of the case counter clockwise until the hinged cover
can be flipped up. The screws are captured and secured in the cover. Wiring is through the 1/2” conduit openings
and PG fittings in the case of remote sensors with cable option. Both current and voltage outputs are reverse wiring
protected.
Note: The Zero terminals, connected to digital output, provide a contact closure relay for automatic reset to zero pressure by the monitoring system. CAUTION: ZERO input is for dry contact, do no apply voltage to ZERO Terminals
3.1 Electrical Termination
Wiring: 2-Wire - 4 to 20 mA (Current Output) and Remote Zero
Model 231RS when configured as a current output transducer is a true 2-wire, 4-20 mA current output device and
delivers rated current into any external load of 0-250 ohms.
When configured as a 4-20 mA current output device the current flow is in one direction only.
PLEASE OBSERVE POLARITY. WARNING: Damage may result on the unit if AC power is applied when the output
switch is configured in position “A” (4-20).
We suggest that an electrical cable shield be connected to the system’s loop circuit ground to improve electrical noise
isolation.
Min. Supply Voltage:
15 + .02 x (Resistance of receiver plus line)
Max. Supply Voltage: 30 + .004 x (Resistance of receiver plus line)
The optional remote zero is a normally open relay wired between COM and REMOTE ZERO terminals. In order to initiate ZERO function the relay contact should be closed and sensor must be vented to atmosphere.
Figure 4
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3.2 Electrical Termination
Wiring: 3-Wire, 0 to 5, 0 to 10, 1-5 VDC and Remote Zero
Model 231RS when configured for voltage output is a 3-wire circuit device with three terminals available for wiring.
The -Excitation and -Output are commoned on the circuit.
Model 231RS can operate from 15-30 VDC (18-30 VAC) nominal output power supply.
Note: The Zero terminals, connected to digital output, provide a contact closure relay for automatic reset to zero pressure by the monitoring system.
CAUTION: ZERO input is for dry contact, do no apply voltage to ZERO Terminals
The optional remote zero is a normally open relay wired between COM and REMOTE ZERO terminals. In order to initiate ZERO function the relay contact should be closed.
DC/AC
Power Supply
Controller
Voltage
Relay
+
+
Figure 5
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3.3 Remote Sensors Installation
Conduit Version (P/N: 231GRSX3MX)
For conduit version remote sensors, use the following instructions:
1. Install the remote sensors into the system plumbing (use 3/4” hex to tighten”)
Important:
Each remote sensor is labeled “HIGH PRESSURE SENSOR” or “LOW PRESSURE SENSOR”, respectively. Match up the high pressure sensor to the high “HI (+)” pressure electrical terminals, and the low “LO (-)” pressure sensor to the low pressure electrical terminals. Otherwise, the performance may not meet the product
linearity specifications.
2. Install a 1/2” conduit fitting into the remote sensor top cover and fasten the retaining nut.
3. Feed wires from a flexible conduit through the remote sensor top, cover fasten the wires to terminals.
4. Screw on the top cover.
5. Fit conduit into conduit fitting, and tighten conduit watertight strain relief.
To connect the wires from the remote sensor to the unit, remove the terminal blocks from the circuit board and use
the following chart:
Installation of the Model 231RS is now complete.
Chart 1. Electrical wiring chart for High &
Low Pressure Sensors (Conduit version)
CAUTION:
Reverse excitation will permanently
damage unit. Please follow wiring
instructions carefully.
Figure 6
Dimensional Drawing
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3.3 Remote Sensors Installation
Cable Version (P/N: 231GRSX4MXXXX)
For cable version remote sensors, use the following instructions:
1. Install the remote sensors into the system plumbing (use 3/4” hex to tighten”)
Important:
Each remote sensor is labeled “HIGH PRESSURE SENSOR” or “LOW PRESSURE SENSOR”, respectively. Match up the high pressure sensor to the high “HI (+)” pressure electrical terminals, and the low “LO (-)” pressure sensor to the low pressure electrical terminals. Otherwise, the performance may not meet the product
linearity specifications.
2. Attach the cable provided to the 3-Pin Packard connector on the remote sensor.
3. Feed the cable through the PG fitting on the bottom of the unit and tighten the fitting.
4. Remove the terminal blocks from the circuit board and use the following chart:
IN
MM
1.46
37.1
Chart 2. Electrical wiring color chart
for High & Low Pressure sensors (Cable
version)
0.325
8.3
3.00
76.0
1.62
41.2
Important: Prior to putting the unit into service, complete configuration setup in Section 4. After configuration is
complete, press the “Zero” button.”
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3.3 Remote Sensors Installation
Armored Cable Version (P/N: 231GRSXAJXXXX)
For Armored Cable version remote sensors, use the following instructions:
1. Install the remote sensors into the system plumbing (use 3/4” hex to tighten”)
Important:
Each remote sensor is labeled “HIGH PRESSURE SENSOR” or “LOW PRESSURE SENSOR”, respectively. Match up the high pressure sensor to the high “HI (+)” pressure electrical terminals, and the low “LO (-)” pressure sensor to the low pressure electrical terminals. Otherwise, the performance may not meet the product
linearity specifications.
2. Attach the cable provided to the 3-Pin Packard connector on the remote sensor.
3. Feed the cable through the PG fitting on the bottom of the unit and tighten the fitting.
4. Remove the terminal blocks from the circuit board and use the following chart:
Top View: Hirschmann Connector
Type: G4A1M#931807-106
φ
φ
Chart 3. Electrical wiring color chart for
High & Low Pressure sensors (Armored
Cable version)
OPTIONAL HIRSCHMANN CONNECTOR
Type: G4A1M #931807-106
0.29
1.38
7.4
35.1
φ
1.62
41.2
φ
2.24
56.9
3/4" HEX
1/8" NPT
Important: Prior to putting the unit into service, complete configuration setup in Section 4. After configuration is
complete, press the “Zero” button.”
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4.0 CONFIGURATION
Range Selection Switch: The unit is set to the highest range when calibrated at the factory. To select the other ranges,
slide the switch to the right. Important: Push “zero” button after installing the Model 231RS, and after changing
range.
Auto Zero Button: Press and hold the “ZERO” push-button for 2 seconds to automatically reset zero or provide contact
closure on “Remote Zero, see figure 4 and figure 5. Sensors must be vented to atmosphere.
Electrical Output: The unit is set at the factory to 4-20 mA. To select another output, move the slide switch to the
right. Push the “Zero” button after changing the electrical output mode. Sensors must be vented to atmosphere.
Electrical Connections: Electrical termination for power supply, 3-wire voltage output and 2-wire true 4-20 mA current output, and remote zero wiring.
BAR/PSI: Jumper selectable engineering units in Bar ranges or PSI.
A. REV/NORM:
A.REV: Analog Reverse: When in reverse mode, the output increases when the differential pressure decreases and
decreases as pressure increases.
NORM: When in Normal mode output increases as pressure increases and decreases as pressure decreases.
SLOW/FAST: When Slow mode is selected, 5-second averaging is provided for surge damping.
BI-DIR/UNI-DIR: Select UNI-Directional or BI-Directional mode.
Unidirectional mode measures from 0 to full scale differential pressure.
Bidirectional mode measures pressure from minus 1/2 of full scale to plus 1/2 of full scale differential pressure. Output
will read 1/2 full scale when differential pressure is zero.
SWAP/NORM: Jumper selectable Port Swap feature eliminates costly re-plumbing when incorrectly installed or replaced. Go from NORMAL to SWAP and the jumper makes the “HI” Port “LO” and the “LO” port “HI.
High Pressure Electrical Terminals (HI): High pressure sensor termination.
Low Pressure Electrical Terminals (LO): Low pressure sensor termination.
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5.0 RETURNING PRODUCTS FOR REPAIR
Please contact a Setra application engineer (800-257-3872, 978-263-1400) before returning unit for repair to review
information relative to your application. Many times only minor field adjustments may be necessary. When returning a product to Setra, the material should be carefully packaged, and shipped to :
Setra Systems, Inc.
159 Swanson Road
Boxborough, MA 01719-1304
Attn: Repair Department
To assure prompt handling, returned unit(s) must be accompanied by Setra’s Return Order Form, completely filled
out, found on Setra’s web site at : http://www.setra.com/tra/repairs/cal_rep.htm.
Notes: Please remove any pressure fittings and plumbing that you have installed and enclose any required mating
electrical connectors and wiring diagrams.
Allow approximately 3 weeks after receipt at Setra for the repair and return of the unit.
Non-warranty repairs will not be made without customer approval and a purchase order to cover repair charges.
Calibration Services
Setra maintains a complete calibration facility that is traceable to the National Institute of Standards & Technology
(NIST). If you would like to recalibrate or recertify your Setra pressure transducers or transmitters, please call our
Repair Department at 800-257-3872 (978-263-1400) for scheduling.
6.0 WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
SETRA warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, subject to the following terms and conditions: Without charge, SETRA will repair or replace products found to be defective in materials or workmanship within the
warranty period; provided that:
a) the product has not been subjected to abuse, neglect, accident, incorrect wiring not our own, improper installation or
servicing, or use in violation of instructions furnished by SETRA;
b) the product has not been repaired or altered by anyone except SETRA or its authorized service agencies;
c) the serial number or date code has not been removed, defaced, or otherwise changed; and
d) examination discloses, in the judgment of SETRA, the defect in materials or workmanship developed under normal
installation, use and service;
e) SETRA is notified in advance of and the product is returned to SETRA transportation prepaid.
Unless otherwise specified in a manual or warranty card, or agreed to in writing and signed by a SETRA officer, SETRA pressure
and acceleration products shall be warranted for one year from date of sale.
SETRA’s liability for breach of warranty is limited to repair or replacement, or if the goods cannot be repaired or replaced, to a
refund of the purchase price. SETRA’s liability for all other breaches is limited to a refund of the purchase price. In no instance
shall SETRA be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from a breach of warranty, or from the use or installation
of its products.
No representative or person is authorized to give any warranty other than as set out above or to assume for SETRA any other
liability in connection with the sale of its products.
For all CE technical questions, contact Setra Systems, USA. EU customers may contact our EU representative Hengstler GmbH,
Uhlandstr 49, 78554 Aldingen, Germany (Tel: +49-7424-890; Fax: +49-7424-89500).
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The foregoing warranty is in lieu of all warranties, express, implied or statutory, including but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability for a particular purpose.
For all CE technical questions, contact Setra Systems, USA. EU customers may contact our EU representative, Hengstler GmbH, Uhlandstr 49, Germany (Tel: +49-7424-890; Fax: +40-7424-89500.
159, Swanson Road, Boxborough, MA 01719
978-263-1400; 800-257-3872/www.setra.com; [email protected]
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