flomid_fx_mxeng
FLOMID FX
Electromagnetic Flowmeter
Working pressure manufacturing according to
PED 97/23/CE (Lloyd’s Register Certificate Nº 031)
Introduction
Modular design in two versions:
• Compact, sensor and electronics unit forming a single unit
• Separate, sensor and electronics separated, joined by a cable
Various possibilities of pipe fittings:
• Flange: EN 1092-1, ANSI, JIS standards etc.
• Sandwich: for EN 1092-1, ANSI, JIS flanges etc.
• Sanitary: DIN 11851 thread, ISO 2852 Clamp, SMS 1145 thread
• Sanitary welding: DIN 11850, ISO 2037 standards
• Working pressure manufacturing according to
PED97/23/CE (Lloyd’s Register Certificate Nº 031)
Sensor liners PP, PTFE, PVDF & Hard rubber Electrodes in
EN 1.4404 (SS 316L), Hastelloy C22 (UNS-06022), Zirconium,
Titanium, Tantalum Exterior construction in EN 1.4404 (SS 316L).
Benefits
• Flow rate measurement is independent of the flow profile
• Pulsed coil excitation to obtain a minimum zero drift
• Readings are independent of density, temperature,
viscosity and pressure
• Absence of obstructing elements gives zero pressure loss
and will allow the pass of solids
• Can be mounted in any position, provided that the pipe
•
•
•
•
•
•
is always full
Low power consumption
Good stability with temperature and age
No moving parts provides zero maintenance
Can be installed with short straight pipe sections (5DN / 3DN)
Good chemical resistance of construction materials
All electronic control units for use with all sensors
Technical data FLOMID FX sensor
•
•
•
•
•
Accuracy:
+ 0.5% of reading
Working pressure: PN16 standard, on demand up to PN250
Coupling according to EN 1092-1, ANSI, JIS, Sanitary
DN3...DN500
Working temperature: PP, -10...+80 oC
PTFE, PVDF, -20...+120 oC
Hard rubber, -20...+90 oC
(temperatures for sensor with separated electronics)
Measurement Principle
The measurement principle is based on Faraday`s
induction law. A conductive liquid (>5µS/cm) creates a
voltage Tm when flowing in a pipe of diameter D, at an
average velocity of Vm, through a magnetic field B (which is
perpendicular to the flow direction). This voltage is
proportional to the velocity of the liquid. Two electrodes,
mounted perpendicular to the magnetic field inside the pipe,
transmit the voltage Tm to the control unit.
Tm = B x Vm x D
Tm
Vm
B
D
=
=
=
=
Voltage across the electrodes
Liquid velocity
Magnetic field strength
Pipe diameter
Basic Installation Recommendations
For the mechanical installation the most important factor to
be taken into consideration is that the pipe must always be
full and the electrodes in contact with the liquid. To guarantee
this, the metering body should be mounted with the
electrodes in a horizontal plane and in a position so that the
pipe will always be full, without air pockets.
Mixtures of different liquids. The sensor should be installed
a minimum of 30DN from the point of mixture to avoid
unstabilities in the readings.
Metallic Earth Disc
Vibration
Fasten the pipe before and after the sensor.
Caution: Excessive vibration will need separate mounting of
sensor and electronics.
With free runs of piping over 10 m long, mechanical supports
are recommended to minimize external forces.
In installations where strong axial ground currents can be
found, the earth connections should have at least 50 mm2 in
contact with the liquid.
2
Plastic Disc with Electrode
A good earth connection between the measuring body and
the liquid can be considered as the most important factor for
the correct working of the unit. In the event that the pipe is
made of electrically conductive material, just connect the two
earth wires to the pipe flanges, one to each side of the
instrument body. If the inside of the pipe is plastic (or of any
other non-conductive material) two earth discs and two more
rubber washers, one on each side of the body, must be
installed and the earth wires connected to the earth discs.
This earth should be only used for the measuring body, do not
connect other equipment to it since electrical interferences
may cause problems.
Straight sections of pipe are necessary for the correct
working of the flowmeter. Curves, pipe reductions, control
elements and pumps should be at least 5DN upstream and
3DN downstream from the flowmeter.
For abrasive liquids or liquids with particles in suspension, it
is recommended to mount the flowmeter in a rising pipe. For
a horizontal pipe the installation can be made as in the
following drawing with a valve system for cleaning.
Valves should be downstream from the flowmeter to keep the
pipe full and to avoid vacuums which can damage the
flowmeter liner.
Pumps should be upstream from the flowmeter to avoid
vacuums.
When installing near curves, control elements and pumps, a
minimum straight section of pipe must be installed before and
after these elements (Minimum 5DN before and 3DN after).
drain
Measuring Precision (DIN 19200)
20 oC + 2 oC
20 oC + 2 oC
+ 1%
30 min.
10DN & 5DN
Ambient temperature
Liquid temperature
Power supply
Heat up time
Minimum straight pipe
V > 0.4 m/s
E = + 0.5% of reading
V < 0.4 m/s
E=+
0.3
= [%] of reading
V[m/s]
Pressure loss when reducing the pipe diameter
∆p(mbar)
In installations where, due to the low flow rate, it is necessary
to reduce the pipe diameter to be able to install a flowmeter
with a nominal diameter less than the pipe diameter,
this should be done using a reduction cone with an angle
of less than 8O in order to avoid turbulences which can
give false readings.
Diameter relationship
d1
d2
The graph shows the
pressure loss (∆P)
for water at different
velocities and pipe
reductions.
3
Flow rate table
Metering body selection
The diagram shows the relation
between the liquid speed and the
flow rate for different body sizes.
The metering body diameter should
be chosen to obtain a maximum
normal working liquid velocity of
about 3-4 m/s. The minimum working
liquid velocity should not be below
0.5 m/s.
A recommended working liquid
velocity is between 1 and 3 m/s.
When the liquid has solids in
suspension, it is better to work
between 3 and 5 m/s to avoid
sedimentation in the pipe and
metering body.
Flomid-2FX with XT5 electronics
Flomid-6FX with XT5 electronics
4
Flomid-0FX
Compact electronics
162
130
F
C
øg
A
208
DN
L
(118)
Ax
107
F
C
DN
30
L
Separate electronics
ANSI B16.5 sandwich mounting
c
h
(Dimensions in inches)
DN
PN
(Ibs)
A
Ax
C
*1/2”
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
16
(150)
262
(10,3)
265
(10,4)
275
(10,8)
243
(9,6)
250
(9,8)
256
(10,0)
263
(10,3)
275
(10,8)
293
(11,5)
310
(12,7)
322
(12,6)
276
(10,8)
279
(10,9)
289
(11,3)
257
(10,1)
264
(10,3)
270
(10,6)
277
(10,9)
289
(11,3)
307
(12)
324
(12,7)
336
(13,3)
23
(0,90)
25
(0,98)
31
(1,22)
35
(1,37)
41
(1,61)
46
(1,81)
53
(2,08)
63
(2,48)
81
(3,18)
96
(3,77)
108
(4,25)
3/4”
EN 1092-1 sandwich mounting
1”
(Dimensions in mm)
DN
3*
6*
10*
15*
20*
25*
32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
PN
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
10
10
10
A
262
262
262
265
272
243
250
256
263
275
283
293
310
322
Ax
276
276
276
279
286
257
264
270
277
289
297
307
324
336
C
23
23
23
25
31
35
41
46
53
63
71
81
96
108
g Wheight F
(kg)
46
46
46
50
61
70
82
92
106
126
142
162
192
217
6,5
6,5
6,5
6,8
7,2
8,2
9
9,5
10,3
11
12,2
14
17,5
19,6
45
45
45
47
47
-
L
h
1 1/4”
1 1/2”
64
64
64
64
64
79
79
99
99
119
119
164
164
164
178
178
178
182
188
160
167
173
180
192
200
210
226
238
2”
2 1/2”
3”
4”
5”
6”
g
Weight
(Ibs)
F
46
6,5
45
(1,81) (14,3) (1,7)
50
6,8
47
(1,96) (14,9) (1,8)
61
7,2
47
(2,40) (15,8) (1,8)
70
8,2
(2,75) (18,0)
82
9
(3,22) (19,84)
92
9,5
(3,62) (20,9)
106
10,3
(4,17) (22,7)
11
126
(4,96) (24,2)
162
14
(6,37) (30,8)
17,5
192
(7,55) (38,5)
217
19,6
(8,54) (43,2)
-
L
h
64
(2,51)
64
(2,51)
64
(2,51)
79
(3,11)
79
(3,11)
99
(3,89)
99
(3,89)
119
(4,68)
164
(6,45)
164
(6,45)
164
(6,45)
178
(7,0)
182
(7,1)
188
(7,40)
160
(6,2)
167
(6,5)
173
(6,8)
180
(7,1)
192
(7,5)
210
(8,2)
226
(8,8)
238
(9,3)
*Equal dimensions for 1/8” and 3/8”
*h+24 mm
5
FLOMID-2FX / FLOMID-4 FX
EN 1092-1, ANSI Flanges
MX Compact electronics
208
162
94
110
A
130
C
D
k
g
º
lxn
L3 + 0,5%
min + 1mm
DN
(118)
H
DN
L3
L2
L1
c
F
Ød3
Ød5
Ød1
Ax
h
107
H
Flomid FX Sensor for separate electronics
FLANGES mm (inch)
DIN 2632-2635 ANSI B16.5
DN PN DN PN
(lbs)
(bar)
1-10
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
200
250
300
350
400
500
6
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
10
10
10
10
10
10
3/8”
1/2”
3/4”
1”
1 1/4”
1 1/2”
2”
2 1/2”
3”
4”
5”
6”
8”
10”
12”
14”
16”
18”
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
DIMENSIONS mm (inch)
A
mm
(inches)
Ax
mm
(inches)
L
mm
(inches)
D
DIN
K
DIN
g
DIN
lxnº
DIN
h
DIN
(inches)
D
ANSI
285 (11,2)
285 (11,2)
285 (11,2)
285 (11,2)
330 (13,0)
330 (13,0)
347 (13,6)
367 (14,5)
367 (14,5)
418 (16,4)
443 (17,4)
473 (18,6)
523 (20,6)
575 (22,6)
621 (24,5)
671 (26,4)
721 (28,4)
825 (32,5)
299 (11,7)
299 (11,7)
299 (11,7)
299 (11,7)
344 (13,5)
344 (13,5)
361 (14,2)
381 (15)
381 (15)
432 (17)
457 (18)
488 (19,2)
537 (21,1)
589 (23,1)
634 (25)
685 (27)
735 (29)
839 (33)
150 (5,90)
150 (5,90)
150 (5,90)
150 (5,90)
150 (5,90)
150 (5,90)
200 (7,87)
200 (7,87)
200 (7,87)
250 (9,84)
250 (9,84)
300 (11,81)
350 (13,77)
400 (15,74)
500 (19,68)
500 (19,69)
600 (23,62)
600 (23,62)
90
95
105
115
140
150
165
185
200
220
250
285
340
395
445
505
565
670
60
65
75
85
100
110
125
145
160
180
210
240
295
350
400
460
515
620
40
45
58
68
78
88
102
122
138
158
188
212
268
320
370
430
482
585
14x4
14x4
14x4
14x4
18x4
18x4
18x4
18x4
18x4
18x4
18x4
22x8
22x8
22x8
22x8
22x8
26x16
26x20
205 (8,1)
205 (8,1)
205 (8,1)
205 (8,1)
250 (9,9)
250 (9,9)
267 (10,5)
287 (11,3)
287 (11,3)
338 (13,3)
363 (14,3)
393 (15,5)
443 (17,5)
495 (19,5)
541 (21,3)
591 (23,3)
641 (25,3)
745 (29,4)
88,9
88,9
98,4
107,9
117,5
127,5
152,4
177,8
190,5
228,6
254
279,4
342,9
406,4
482,6
533,4
596,9
635
K
ANSI
60,3
69,8
79,4
88,9
98,4
120,6
139,7
152,4
190,5
215,9
241,3
298,4
361,9
431,8
476,2
539,7
577,8
g
ANSI
34,9
42,9
50,8
63,5
73
92,1
104,8
127
157,2
185,7
215,9
269,9
323,8
381
412,7
469,9
533,4
lxnº
ANSI
16x4
16x4
16x4
16x4
16x4
19x4
19x4
19x4
19x8
23x8
23x8
23x8
25x12
25x12
30x12
30x16
33x16
Weight
kg
(lbs)
4,5 (9,92)
4,8 (10,60)
6 (13,22)
7,5 (16,53)
8 (17,63)
8,5 (18,74)
10 (22,05)
11 (24,25)
12,5 (27,55)
15 (33,06)
18,5 (40,78)
20,6 (45,41)
32 (70,54)
45 (99,20)
52 (114,63)
62 (136,68)
76 (167,54)
98 (216,04)
FLOMID 1 FX
DIN 11851
MX Compact electronics
162
130
DN
NW Ø d1
10
10
15
16
20
20
25
26
32
32
40
38
50
50
Ø d5
Rd 28
x 1/8”
Rd 34
x 1/8”
Rd 34
x 1/6”
Rd 52
x 1/6”
Rd 58
x 1/6”
Rd 65
x 1/6”
Rd 78
x 1/6”
H
28
28
28
29
29
29
29
31
27
28
Ø d3
A (Ax)1
L1
60
268
64
272
200
70
275
80
90
280 286
220
100 114
290 300
240
144
310
160
318
280
180
328
330
188
192
L2
A
FLOMID-1FX
DIN 11851
L3
120
F
45
48
54
-
65
66
80
81
100
100
Rd 95 Rd 110 Rd 130
x 1/6” x 1/4” x 1/4”
206
226
264
310
134
154
186
234
-
-
-
-
-
-
F
Ød1
Ød3
Ød5
1) Ax= A + 14 mm (1/2”) (with XT5 electronics)
H
H
L3
L2
L1
FLOMID-1...3FX
XT5 Compact electronics
(118)
F
Ød3
C7
C6
Ax
128
107
H
DN
L3
H
L1
FLOMID-3FX
ISO 2853
MX Compact electronics
162
130
FLOMID-3FX
Ød1
Ød3
Ød5
B
A (Ax)1
ISO 2853
H
L3
L1
H
DN
NW Ø d1
25
22,5
32
29,5
38
35,5
51
48,5
63,5
60,5
76
72,9
Ø d5
Rd 40
x 1/6”
Rd 48
x 1/6”
Rd 60
x 1/6”
Rd 70
x 1/6”
Rd 85
x 1/6”
Rd 98
x 1/6”
H
25
25
25
25
25
25
Ø d3
A (Ax)1
L1
80
280
90
286
100
290
114
300
144
310
160
318
L2
Equival. DIN-DN
25
220
240
280
134
154
186
32
40
50
65
80
1) Ax= A + 14 mm (1/2”) (with XT5 electronics)
7
FLOMID-6FX
CLAMP ISO 2852:1993
MX Compact electronics
Coupling
dimensions
162
130
Equival. DIN-DN
pipe
outside ø
A
Ø C6
Ø C7
H
Ø d3
A (Ax)1
L3
L1
F
F
Ød3
ØC7
ØC6
H
6
6
8 12
6 10
34 34
30 30
60 60
268 268
1/2” - 1” 1 1/4”
10 15 20 25 32
12,7 17,2 21,3 25 33,7
10,7 15,2 19,3 22,6 31,3
34 34 34 50,5 50,5
30 30 30 31 31
60 64 70 80 90
268 272 275 280 286
120
134
200
220
45 45 48 54 -
45
1 1/2” 2”
40 50
38 51
35,6 48,6
50,5 64
31 31
100 114
290 300
154
240
-
2 1/2” 3”
65 80
63,5 76,1
60,3 72,9
77,5 91
34 34
144 160
310 318
186
280
-
4”
100
101,6
97,6
119
34
180
328
234
330
-
1) Ax= A + 14 mm (1/2”) (with XT5 electronics)
H
L3
L1
FLOMID-6FX
CLAMP ISO 2852 : 1993
XT5 Compact electronics
107
C
D
k
g
Ax
128
(118)
L3 + 0,5%
DN
DIN 11850 (weld-on connectionns)
DN
de
di
FLOMID-D10FX
10
15
25
40
50
65
80
12(0,47) 18(0,71) 40(1,57) 52(2,05) 68(2,03) 83(3,27) 83(3,27)
10(0,39) 16(0,63) 26(1,02) 38(1,50) 50(1,97) 66(2,60) 81(3,19)
L
50(2)
63(2,48)
FLOMID-I38FX
ISO 2853
DN
R
L
20
3/4”
15
1/2”
25
1”
40
1 1/2”
63(2,48)
50(2)
TRI-CLAMP®
ISO 2037
FLOMID-D30FX
TRI-CLAMP®
ISO 2037 (weld-on connectionns)
DN
de
di
L
FLOMID-I70FX
10
15
25
40
50
65
80
12(0,47) 18(0,71) 25,6(1,01) 38,6(1,52) 51,6(2,03) 64,1(2,52) 76,6(3,02)
10(0,39) 16(0,63) 22,6(0,89) 35,6(1,40) 48,6(1,97) 60,3(2,37) 72,9(2,87)
50(2)
63(2,48)
*The rest of the dimensions as with FLOMID 1 (page 7)
( ) dimensions in inches
8
65
80
2 1/2”
3”
60(2,36)
60(2,36)
ISO 2853
DIN 11850
50
2”
60(2,36)
Coupling
dimensions
Equival. DIN-DN
C7
di
L
1”
25
50,4
22,1
1 1/2”
40
50,4
34,8
63(2,48)
® trade mark the Tri-Clover inc.
2”
50
64
47,5
2 1/2”
65
77,8
60,2
3”
80
91
72,9
60(2,36)
4”
100
119
97,4
Liner materials. Temperature, Pressure and Vacuum (20oC reference temperature)
PTFE / PVDF
PP
HARD rubber
Flomid 2 FX,
Flomid 4 FX
Flomid 0 FX
Flomid 1, 3, 5, 7 FX
Flomid 0 FX
Flomid 2 FX,
Flomid 4 FX
0,9
100 1,5
16
100
150 300
800 12
380 5,7
10
150
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
150 300 900 13,5
650 9,7
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
1000 15
40
400 6
250 3,75
∆
∆
10
∆
1000 15
750 11,2
∆
40
∆
∆
1000 15
-20...+120oC
( -4...+248oF)
o
130 C
(266oF)
-20...+120oC
( -4...+248oF)
o
130 C
(266oF)
600
-20...+90oC
( 14...+194oF)
___
-10...+80oC
( 14...+176oF)
___
9
(3) bar
(4) lbs
(1) In mbar absolute 40oC and 80oC reference temperature
(2) Maximum 30’. On order up to 180oC and PN200
XT5
MX
µS/cm
6,7
7,5
150
∆
40
450
500
∆
∆
150
∆
∆
∆
10
300
350
400
500
Max.
Temp.
Limit(2)
∆
∆
900 13,5
500 7,5
250
∆
∆
∆
900 13,5
3,7
4,2
∆
10
250
280
∆
∆
∆
∆
800 12
450 6,7
∆
150 300 800 12
480 7,2
3
1,8
∆
∆
10
200
120
∆
∆
750 11,2
450 6,7
16 40
∆
40
150 300
∆
150
200
150
16
1,5
150 300
700 10,5
200 3
700 10,5
300 4,5
∆
16
16 40
∆
150 300
180 2,7
∆
16
650 9,7
250 3,7
125
150 300
600 9
150 2,2
∆
150 300
∆
∆
16 40
80
100
16
∆
500 7,5
150 2,2
100 1,5
∆
150 300
∆
16
∆
∆
∆
150 300
9
∆
∆
∆
500 7,5
16 40
600
150 300
∆
60
mbar psi
∆
0
1,2
150 300
Vacuum(1)
ANSI
B 16.5
mbar psi DIN2501
∆
0
80
16
PN
∆
0
Vacuum(1)
ANSI
B 16.5
mbar psi DIN2501
∆
0
ANSI
B 16.5
PN
∆
150 300
mbar psi DIN2501
∆
∆
16 40
∆
3
6
10
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
ANSI
B 16.5(4)
Vacuum(1)
∆
DIN2501(3)
PN
Vacuum(1)
∆
PN
∆
DN
PTFE
300
200
100
N
L
-
+
E
PAR-POS 2 x 2 x 0.34 (recommended)
C
• Cable for separate electronics:
Elec B
Wiring minimum
conductivity required
depending on cable length
Exc B
300
Exc R
200
P1
COM
100
P2
5
m
Reset. Anode
Reset. Cathode
Pulse output. Emitter
Pulse output. Collector
Output mA (+)
Output mA (-)
Rear electrode (+)
Elec W
5
Upper coil
Lower coil
Ground
Output 1. Collector
Output 1. Emitter
Output 2. Collector
Output 2. Emitter
Earth
Neutral
Live
Current output switch
active or passive
Rear electrode (-)
Front electrode (-)
Front electrode (+)
250 mA (T)
White (Elec W)
Screen (P1o P2)
Shortcircuit (P1 to P2)
Black (Exc B)
Red (Exc R)
Black (Elec B) Screen (COM)
Current output
Power supply
Pulse output
Only for remote electronics
9
Series MX Electronic Control Units
Pulsed coil excitation
Different models of electronic control units are available to comply
with the options of flow indication, maximum/minimum flow rate
controls, analog outputs, pulse outputs. All are compatible with
the different Flomid FX sensor models.
mv
For compact mounting directly on the sensor
Cycle
Signal voltage
Time
0
• Series MX, with local indication, mA and pulse
outputs, alarms, totalizer, etc.
For wall and pipe bracket mounting
mv
• Series MX/M (wall mounting) and MX/T (pipe mounting)
A = 20 ms
Measuring time
Series MX, Electronic Control Units
Technical Data
• Painted coated injected aluminium housing.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
IP67 degree of protection
Programming via front tactile push buttons
Totalising and partial volume counters
Programmable batching volume with remote input for starting
Magnetic field:
6.25 Hz square wave for
50 Hz mains
7.5 Hz square wave
for 60 Hz mains
Mains supply:
12 V, 24 V, 110 V, 120 V, 220 V,
240 Vac, + 10%, 50/60 Hz
24 Vdc
(others on demand)
Power consumption: <10 VA
Min. Flowrate cut off: Programmable
0...10 m/s
Measuring range:
Display:
16 character x 2 lines LCD
6 languages to be selected.
Program for auto-edition of
other languages
Flowrate indication: User programmable
measuring units
Analog output:
4...20 mA programmable
• Programmable pulse output mode:
Flowrate x Pulses/volume unit </2pulses/s
• Programmable frequency output mode: 10..1000 Hz
• Logic outputs: Two programmable transistor outputs
•
•
•
•
•
for flowrate alarms, empty pipe detection,
flow direction or batching
Adaptive flowrate filter: Integration time programmable
0.1 ... 25.5 seconds
Filter reset window programmable
Linearity:
0.1%
Zero drift:
0.05%
Temperature drift:
0.015% / oC
Ambient temperature range:
-10 ...+60 oC
ø50
MX Compact
Remote Version Mounting Electronics
MX/M (WALL Mounting)
MX/M (PIPE Mounting)
162
285
94
110
342
10
90
140
ø8
60
85
204
110
342
ø130
94
260
204
ø130
162
190
ø50
Series XT5, Electronic Control Units
Technical Features
General Features
• Power supply:
230, 240, 115, 24 Vac 50/60 Hz
24 VDC
• Power consumption: < 5 VA
• Analog output:
4-20 mA. Active or passive
• Pulse output:
Opto isolated V max.: 30 Vdc. I max: 30 mA
Maximum frequency in “P/U” mode:
6,25 Hz
Maximum frequency in “Hz” mode: 10000 Hz
Maximum frequency in “Hz” mode:
0,04 Hz
Optional. V max: 240 Vac / 350 Vdc. I max: 100 mA
Maximum frequency in “P/U” mode:
6,25 Hz
75 Hz
Maximum frequency in “Hz” mode:
Nº of digits:7 (2 decimal points)**
• Totaliser:
Digit size: 8 mm
Button reset
• Flow indicator:
Nº of digits 4 (up to 2 decimal
point Configuration)**
Digit size 5 mm
** When 4 digit counter reaches 10000, 1 decimal point is
automatically eliminated.
When 5 digit counter reaches 10000, the other decimal
point is eliminated.
In accordance with Directive 73/23/CEE Low voltage
In accordance with Directive 89/336/CEE electromagnetic compatibility
XT5 (Compact model)
107
118
61
(202)
147
198
57
XT5/M (Wall Mounting)
• Reception Impedance: Rx>8,5 M Ω
• Models: XT5
compact model
XT5/M...T
XT5H
XT5HM
Cx<200pF
Wall or Pipe mounted
compact model with
HART communication
Wall or Pipe mounted with
HART communication
HART Communication
The XT5H converter has a MODEM for HART
communication. You will find all the features
regarding
HART
communication
in
the
corresponding
document
“Field
Device
Specification”
Sumary of main communication features
• Manufacturer, Model and revision Tecfluid S.A., XT5
converter, Rev.0
Type of apparatus
Transmitter
HART protocol revision
6.0
Device description available
No
Number and type of sensors
1, exterior
Number and type of actuators
0
Number and type of auxiliary host signals 1, 4 - 20 mA
Number of Device variables
2
Number of Dynamic variables
1
Dynamic Mappables variables
No
Number of Common practice commands 13
Number of Device specifics commands 8
Additional Device Status Bits
17
Alternative function Modes?
No
No
Burts Mode?
• Write Protection?
Yes
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
11
24
57
11
80
,5
11
24
R6
Electrical Features referring to analog loop
and Communications
XT5 Compact
11
,25
120
107
(118)
61
R3
• Protection level:
IP67
• Ambient temperature range: 0 ... +60OC
120
144
XT5 Wall & Pipe
57
(118)
61
XT5/M (Pipe Mounting)
190
ø50...80
11
P-5083
Ref. FLOMID/0307
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