Moniteur E-Catalog 2016-01

Moniteur E-Catalog 2016-01
Valve Position Transmitters
Positioners
Moniteur
Full Catalog PDF Rev. 12/15
Moniteur
Field Proven Valve Position Transmitters
for All Industrial & Hazardous Areas
The New Standard for the Process Industries
Moniteur Devices, Inc.
36 Commerce Rd
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
T 973.857.1600 F 973.857.7289
On the Web: http://www.moniteurdevices.com
email us at [email protected]
Moniteur
BINDER CONTENTS
Sentinel - for Explosion-proof
Sentinel S3 - FM ATEX / IECEx Flameproof VPT with Global Approvals
Sentinel - UL/USA Aluminum Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 VPT
Sentinel II - UL Aluminum Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 VPT
Pages
4-9
Watchman - for General Purpose
Watchman - Aluminum Nema 4, 4x VPT
Pages
10-11
Survivor - for Corrosion Resistant / Division 2
Survivor - Corrosion Resistant Thermoplastic Nema 4, 4x VPT
Survivor II - Corrosion Resistant Thermoplastic Nema 4, 4x VPT for Division 2
Pages
12-15
Linear - for Linear Operated Valves
Companion - Stainless Steel Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 Limit Switches
Companion Limit Switch Kits for Fisher 657/667 Actuators
Guardian - Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 VPT for Linear and Junction Box Applications
Pages
16-21
Sensing - Switch and Sensor Specifications
Mechanical Switches, Non-Contact Switches, Inductive Sensors
Current or Resistive Output, Pneumatic Switches
Pages
22-27
Accessories - Indicators & Control Packages
Indicateur - Visual Valve Position Indicator, Indicator Options
DSS Two-Stage Package, D3 Three Position Control Package, Indicator Selection
Corrosion Resistance Options
Pages
28-36
Networking - Valve Networking Products
Moniteur ASi, DeviceNet and Profibus Interface Modules
Pages
37-44
Positioners - Valve Control Products
Series 40 Pneumatic Positioner
Series 41 Electro-Pneumatic Positioner
Pages
45-56
Tech Info - Technical and Engineering Information
Installation and Operation Manual, Wiring Diagrams
Guide to Position Monitoring and Sensing
Features and Benefits of Moniteur’s VPTs
Pages
57-70
Bracket Kits - Moniteur’s Extensive Bracket Offering
NAMUR Bracket Kits & Dimensions,
Polymer Resin Bracket Kits
Bracket Kits for Non-NAMUR actuators
Pages
71-74
Form BCI-1512
Moniteur
SENTINEL S3 VPT
For ATEX-IECEx Flameproof / US-CANADA Explosion-Proof
S3
Optimized to Outperform
Moniteur’s third generation Valve Position Transmitters
have been designed to provide the most reliable valve
position feedback in difficult process environments. Every
detail of its construction has been optimized to outperform.
Features Include:
 Global Approvals - Flameproof ATEX, IECEx and
Explosion-proof FM for North America allow you to use
the same item number for all of your plant specifications
worldwide
 No conduit seal required in Division 1 and 2 areas with
non-contact switches
 Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed sensing
accuracy over a multi-million cycle life of the physical
platform.
Type 4X
IP66 / IP67
 Industry’s most reliable switches and sensors available
to exceed the requirements of advanced control systems.
 Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical resistance
and strength and is environmentally sealed to prevent
fogging or entry of contaminants.
 Moniteur's patented field-proven indicator a rated life
minimum of 1,000,000 cycles.
 Moniteur’s materials of construction selected to
outperform in high vibration, corrosive and dirty
environments, either indoors or outdoors.
Hazardous Area Ratings - ATEX / IECEx
II 2 G Ex d IIB +H2 T6
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T85°C
IECEx FMG 09.0002X
FM09ATEX0020X
Hazardous Area Ratings - North America
Cl. I, Div. 1, Groups B*, C, D
Cl. II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, G
* - Mech Switches Grp C & D Only
Operating Temperature [deg. C -40° to 79°]
(-40°F to 174°F)
Material Specifications
 Enclosure - Low Copper Content Aluminum A360
Optional Hard Anodizing for Severe Applications
 Shaft - 303 or Optional 316 Stainless Steel
 Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
Certified Options1
 2 or 3 - M20, M25 or 3/4” NPT Conduit Entries
 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 Mechanical SPDT Switches.
 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL
Hermetically Sealed Proximity Switches
 1, 2, 3 or 4 DPDT Mechanical Switches
 Indicator Cover - Ektar Copolyester
 1,2,3, 4 or 6 Inductive Proximity
 Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
 NAMUR or Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
 Fasteners - 316 and 18-8 Stainless Steel
 4-20mA Transmitter, 0-1k, 0-10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog Output
 O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
 ASi, DeviceNet and Profibus DP Network Cards
for Your Valve Monitor Network
 Cams and Splines - Acetal
1
- Some Options Affect Approvals - Contact Moniteur
Form: S3-1207-Sentinel-S3
Moniteur
SENTINEL S3 VPT
For ATEX-IECEx Flameproof / US-CANADA Explosion-Proof
S3
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
 Mechanical SPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
15 A / 125-250 VAC
2.5 A / 24 VDC
0.5 A / 125 VDC
0.25 A / 250 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +174 °F
TTL Hermetically Sealed
Proximity Switches
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +174 °F
 Mechanical DPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
10 A / 125-250 VAC
7 A / 24 VDC
0.25 A / 125 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +174 °F
Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-14 to +174 °F
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
B - E
S M Y
Series
Description
Series: Sentinel S3
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover Indicator
Code
S
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Bearing
Shaft
Description
1
2
Switch
Quantity
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Mechanical SPDT 15A-250VAC
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Mechanical SPDT Gold Plated 1A-24VDC
ITW Mechanical DPDT 10A-250VAC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
1
2
3
4
8
T
Sensor Quantity
0-6
0
Description
Conduit Connection
2x - 3/4” F NPT
3x - 3/4” F NPT
2x - 3/4” F NPT and
1x -1/2” F NPT
1x - 3/4” F NPT and
1x -1/2” M NPT
2x - M20
3x - M20
2x - M25
3x - M25
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
Hard Anodized Enclosure
12 Terminal Points
16 Terminal Points
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Code
0
5
6
8
A
B
E
F
-WT1
-WR1
-H1
-US12
-US16
Moniteur
SENTINEL VPT
For Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 / Explosion-Proof Applications
The Perfect Choice for Explosion-Proof
The SENTINEL VPT has been designed to provide
the most visible and reliable valve position indication
in explosion-proof environments. With a wide variety
of switches and sensors available to match your
application, the Sentinel is the perfect choice.
Features Include:
> UL and CSA Certified for Explosion-proof.
> Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed
sensing accuracy over the multi-million cycle life of
the physical platform.
> Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical resistance
and strength and is environmentally sealed to prevent
fogging or entry of contaminants.
> Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum 1,000,000
cycles.
> Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
> Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or actuator.
> Internal Switches and terminal block are labeled for
easier installation.
> The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicator available for multi-port valves, adjustable to
match the actual physical flow pattern of the valve.
Industry Approvals:
Mechanical Switches: UL / CSA
Class I, Division 1 & 2, Groups C & D;
Class II, Division 1 & 2, Groups E, F & G
TTL Switches: UL / CSA
Class I, Division 1 & 2, Groups C & D;
Class I, Division 2, Groups A & B;
Class II, Division 1 & 2, Groups E, F & G
> "Flat cover" version is available without an indicator
for areas with tight space requirements.
Material Specifications
Certified Configurations
> Enclosure - Aluminum with Optional Iridite for
Corrosion Resistance, Optional Hard Anodizing for
Severe Applications
> 2 or 3 - 3/4” NPT Conduit Entries
> Shaft - 303 or Optional 316 Stainless Steel
> 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 Mechanical SPDT Switches.
> Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
> 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL
Hermetically Sealed Proximity Switches
> Indicator Cover - Ektar Copolyester
> 1, 2, 3 or 4 DPDT Mechanical Switches
> Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
> 1, 2, 3 or 4 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically
Safe Sensors
> Fasteners - 316 & 18-8 Stainless Steel
> O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
> Cams and Splines - Acetal
> Certified Male 1/2” NPT Hub for Easy DirectMounting of Explosion-proof Solenoid Valves
> Standard NAMUR, Low Profile NAMUR or
Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
> 4-20mA Transmitter or 0-1k or 10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog
Output
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form SI-0609
Moniteur
SENTINEL VPT
For Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 / Explosion-Proof Applications
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
> Mechanical SPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
15 A / 125-250 VAC
2.5 A / 24 VDC
0.5 A / 125 VDC
0.25 A / 250 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity
Switches
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> Mechanical DPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
10 A / 125-250 VAC
7 A / 24 VDC
0.25 A / 125 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
A M Y
Series
Description
Series: Sentinel
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover
Code
A
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Indicator
B - E
Bearing
Shaft
Description
1
2
0
Switch
Quantity
Conduit
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Mechanical SPDT 15A-250VAC
Mechanical SPDT 0.5A-125 VDC
PRISM SPDT Gold Plated 1A-24VDC
ITW Mechanical DPDT 10A-250VAC
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
1
C
3
4
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
Description
Conduit Connection
2 - 3/4” F NPT
3 - 3/4” F NPT
1 - 3/4” F NPT +
1 -1/2” M NPT
Code
0
5
8
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
- 420
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
- 1K
All Viton Seals
-V
Hard Anodized Enclosure X14206
12 Terminal Points
-12T
16 Terminal Points
-16T
High Temperature
-HT
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
1-6
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
SENTINEL-II VPT
For Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 / Explosion-Proof Applications
Moniteur’s Indicator for Division 1,
Group A&B Areas
 The SENTINEL-II VPT has been designed to provide
the most visible and reliable valve position indication
in explosion-proof environments rated Class 1,
Division 1, Groups A, B, C or D. With a wide variety of
switches and sensors available to match your
application, the Sentinel is the perfect choice.
Features Include:
 No seal fitting required for Class 1, Division 1 areas.
 Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed
sensing accuracy over the multi-million cycle life of the
physical platform.
 Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical resistance
and strength and is environmentally sealed to prevent
fogging or entry of contaminants.
 Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum 1,000,000
cycles.
 Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
 Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or actuator.
 Internal Switches and terminal block are labeled for
easier installation.
 The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicator available for multi-port valves, adjustable to
match the actual physical flow pattern of the valve.
 "Flat cover" version is available without an indicator for
areas with tight space requirements.
Material Specifications
 Enclosure - Cast Aluminum A356 with 2-part
Polyurethane Paint
 Shaft - 303 Stainless Steel
 Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
 Indicator cover - Ektar Copolyester
 Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
 Fasteners - 316 and 18-8 Stainless Steel
 O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
 Cams and Splines - Acetal
explosion-proof
nema 4, 4x, 7, 9
Hazardous Areas
Class I, Division 1 & 2, Groups A, B, C & D;
Class II, Division 1 & 2, Groups E, F & G
Certified Configurations
 (1) 3/4” NPT plus (1) 1/2”NPT Conduit Entries
with an Option for an Additional (1) 1/2”NPT
Conduit Entry
 1 or 2 Mechanical SPDT Switches.
 1 or 2 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity Switches
 1 or 2 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically Safe
Sensors
 Standard NAMUR, Low Profile NAMUR or
Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
 4-20mA Transmitter or 0-1k or 10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog
Output
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
3 6 C o m m e rc e R o a d , C e d a r G ro v e , N J 0 7 0 0 9 Te l . ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 1 6 0 0 F a x ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 7 2 8 9
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Form SII-1512
Moniteur
SENTINEL-II VPT
For Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9 / Explosion-Proof Applications
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
Mechanical SPDT
Switches
TTL Hermetically Sealed
Electrical Ratings
Proximity Switches
15 A / 125-250 VAC
2.5 A / 24 VDC
0.5 A / 125 VDC
0.25 A / 250 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
Mechanical DPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
10 A / 125-250 VAC
7 A / 24 VDC
0.25 A / 125 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
C M Y
Series
Description
Series: Sentinel-II
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover
Code
C
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Indicator
B - E
Bearing
Shaft
Description
1
2
0
Switch
Quantity
Conduit
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Mechanical SPDT 15A-250VAC
Mechanical SPDT 0.5A-125 VDC
PRISM SPDT Gold Plated 1A-24VDC
ITW Mechanical DPDT 10A-250VAC
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
1
C
3
4
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
Description
Conduit Connection
1 - 3/4” F NPT +
1 -1/2” F NPT
1 - 3/4” F NPT +
2 -1/2” F NPT
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
All Viton Seals
High Temperature
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
1-2
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
3 6 C o m m e rc e R o a d , C e d a r G ro v e , N J 0 7 0 0 9 Te l . ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 1 6 0 0 F a x ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 7 2 8 9
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Code
4
7
- 420
- 1K
-V
-HT
Moniteur
WATCHMAN VPT
General Purpose / Nema 4, 4x Applications
The Reliable Choice
The WATCHMAN VPT has been designed to provide
the most visible and reliable valve position indication
in general purpose applications. With a wide variety
of switches and sensors available to match your
application, the Watchman is the best choice.
Features Include:
> CSA Certified for General Purpose applications
> Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed
sensing accuracy over the multi-million cycle life of
the physical platform.
> Clear Ektar Cover offers optimum chemical
resistance and strength and is environmentally
sealed to prevent fogging or entry of contaminants.
> Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum 1,000,000
cycles.
> Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
> Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or actuator.
> Internal Switches and terminal block are labeled for
easier installation.
> The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicator available for multi-port valves, adjustable to
match the actual physical flow pattern of the valve.
> "Flat cover" version is available without an indicator
for areas with tight space requirements.
Material Specifications
> Enclosure - Aluminum with 2-part Polyurethane
Paint
> Shaft - 303 or Optional 316 Stainless Steel
Industry Approvals:
CSA General Purpose
Certified Configurations
> 2 or 3 - 1/2” NPT Conduit Entries
> 1, 2, 3 or 4 Mechanical SPDT Switches.
> Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
> 1 or 2 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity Switches
> Indicator Cover - Ektar Copolyester
> 1 or 2 DPDT Mechanical Switches
> Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
> 1, 2, 3 or 4 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically
Safe Sensors
> Fasteners - 316 & 18-8 Stainless Steel
> O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
> Cams and Splines - Acetal
> Standard NAMUR, Low Profile NAMUR or
Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
> 4-20mA Transmitter or 0-1k or 10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog
Output
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
3 6 C o m m e rc e R o a d , C e d a r G ro v e , N J 0 7 0 0 9 Te l . ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 1 6 0 0 F a x ( 9 7 3 ) 8 5 7 - 7 2 8 9
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Form WI-0609
Moniteur
WATCHMAN VPT
General Purpose / Nema 4, 4x Applications
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
> Mechanical SPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
15 A / 125-250 VAC
2.5 A / 24 VDC
0.5 A / 125 VDC
0.25 A / 250 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity
Switches
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> Mechanical DPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
10 A / 125-250 VAC
7 A / 24 VDC
0.25 A / 125 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
> Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
F
M Y
Series
Description
Series: Watchman
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover
Code
F
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Indicator
B - E
Bearing
Shaft
Description
1
2
0
Switch
Quantity
Conduit
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Mechanical SPDT 15A-250VAC
Mechanical SPDT 0.5A-125 VDC
PRISM SPDT Gold Plated 1A-24VDC
ITW Mechanical DPDT 10A-250VAC
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
1
C
3
4
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
Description
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT
3 - 1/2” F NPT
1 - 1/2” F NPT +
1 -1/2” M NPT
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
All Viton Seals
12 Terminal Points
16 Terminal Points
High Temperature
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
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M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Code
0
6
8
- 420
- 1K
-V
-12T
-16T
-HT
Moniteur
SURVIVOR VPT
Thermoplastic - Corrosion Resistant / Nema 4, 4x Applications
Optimized to Outperform
Moniteur’s Survivor Valve Position Transmitter has
been designed to provide the most reliable valve
position feedback in difficult process environments.
Every detail of its construction has been optimized to
outperform. Features Include:
 Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed
sensing accuracy over the multi-million cycle life of
the physical platform.
 Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical resistance
and strength and is environmentally sealed to prevent
fogging or entry of contaminants.
 Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum 1,000,000
cycles.
 Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
 Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or actuator.
 Internal Switches and terminal block are labeled for
easier installation.
 The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicator available for multi-port valves, adjustable to
match the actual physical flow pattern of the valve.
 "Flat cover" version is available without an indicator
for areas with tight space requirements.
Material Specifications
Certified Configurations
 Enclosure - SuperTough Zytel® Nylon with MoldedIn Nickel-Plated Brass or Stainless Steel Inserts
 2 or 3 - 1/2” NPT Conduit Entries
 Shaft - 303 or Optional 316 Stainless Steel
 1, 2, 3 or 4 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL
Hermetically Sealed Proximity Switches
 Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
 Indicator Cover - Ektar Copolyester
 Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
 Fasteners - 303 Stainless Steel
 O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
 Cams and Splines - Acetal
 1, 2, 3 or 4 Mechanical SPDT Switches.
 1 or 2 DPDT Mechanical Switches
 1, 2, 3 or 4 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically
Safe Sensors
 Standard NAMUR, Low Profile NAMUR or
Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
 4-20mA Transmitter or 0-1k or 10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog
Output
Zytel is a trademark of the DuPont Company
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form SVI-1207
Moniteur
SURVIVOR VPT
Thermoplastic - Corrosion Resistant / Nema 4, 4x Applications
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
 Mechanical SPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
15 A / 125-250 VAC
2.5 A / 24 VDC
0.5 A / 125 VDC
0.25 A / 250 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
 TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity
Switches
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
 Mechanical DPDT
Switches
Electrical Ratings
10 A / 125-250 VAC
7 A / 24 VDC
0.25 A / 125 VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
 Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
B - E
P M Y
Series
Description
Series: Survivor
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover Indicator
Code
P
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Bearing
Shaft
Description
1
2
Switch
Quantity
Code
Bearing & Inserts
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Mechanical SPDT 15A-250VAC
Mechanical SPDT 0.5A-125 VDC
PRISM SPDT Gold Plated 1A-24VDC
ITW Mechanical DPDT 10A-250VAC
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
1
C
3
4
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
0
Description
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT
3 - 1/2” F NPT 1
1 - 1/2” F NPT +
1 -1/2” M NPT
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
All Viton Seals
12 Terminal Points
16 Terminal Points
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
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M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Code
0
6
8
- 420
- 1K
-V
-12T
-16T
Moniteur
SURVIVOR-II VPT
Thermoplastic - Corrosion Resistant / Division 2 Applications
The New Standard For Harsh Environments
DIV 2
Moniteur’s Survivor-II Valve Position Transmitter has
been designed to provide the most visible and
reliable valve position indication for hazardous areas
rated Division 2. Molded from DuPont’s SuperTough
Zytel® Nylon with all-stainless steel trim, the
SURVIVOR-II VPT will stand up to harsh
washdowns and corrosives with ease.
Features Include:
 Dual Potting Wells
 Stainless Steel Molded-In Inserts and Bearing
 Moniteur’s patented Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System provides unsurpassed
sensing accuracy over the multi-million cycle life of
the physical platform.
 Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical
resistance and strength and is environmentally
sealed to prevent fogging or entry of contaminants.
 Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum 1,000,000
cycles.
 Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
SuperTough Zytel Housing
rated nema 4, 4x
 Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or actuator.
 Internal Switches and terminal block are labeled for
easier installation.
Industry Approvals: CSA
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D;
Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F & G
 The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicator available for multi-port valves, adjustable to
match the actual physical flow pattern of the valve.

Material Specifications

 2 or 3 - 1/2” NPT Conduit Entries
®
 Enclosure - SuperTouch Zytel Nylon with Molded-
In Stainless Steel Inserts
 1, 2, 3 or 4 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL
Hermetically Sealed Proximity Switches
 Shaft - 303 or Optional 316 Stainless Steel
 1, 2, 3 or 4 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically
 Shaft Locking Ring - Stainless Steel
Safe Sensors
 Standard NAMUR, Low Profile NAMUR or
 Indicator cover - Ektar Copolyester
Standard Shaft (1/4” flats)
 Bearing - Bronze or Optional 303 Stainless Steel
 4-20mA Transmitter or 0-1k or 10k ohm High
Linearity Potentiometer for 0-100% Analog
Output
 Fasteners - 316 or 18-8 Stainless Steel
 O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
 Cams and Splines - Acetal
Options


Zytel is a trademark of the DuPont Company
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form SVII-1512
Moniteur
SURVIVOR-II VPT
Thermoplastic - Corrosion Resistant / Division 2 Applications
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity
Switches
Electrical Ratings
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
1 A / 30 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ2-V3-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Open/Closed and 3-Way Path Indicators
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
3 Way 180 Degree ‘1’
4-Way ‘S’
Intelligent Part Number System
S - E
R M Y
Series
Description
Series: Survivor-II
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 deg.)
3-Way Path T (90 deg.)
3-Way Path F (90 deg.)
4-Way Path S (90 deg.)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
Cover Indicator
Code
R
M
F
N
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Bearing
Shaft
T
2
Switch
Quantity
Description
Code
Bearing
303 Stainless w/Loc-Ring
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS W/ Dual O-Rings
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS W/ Dual O-Rings
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 SS W/ Dual O-Rings
1
3
5
7
E
G
Switch/Sensor Type
Tungsten TTL Prox 1A-30VAC, 2A-24VDC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ2-V3-N, NAMUR
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
0
Description
Code
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT
3 - 1/2” F NPT
0
6
Options
Transmitter 4 - 20mA
Potentiometer 0 - 1k
All Viton Seals
12 Terminal Points
16 Terminal Points
Double O-rings
- 420
- 1K
-V
-12T
-16T
-DR
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
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M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
Companion VPT
Linear Proximity Switch for Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9
Hermetically Sealed Proximity Switch
The Companion VPT series proximity limit
switches are designed for monitoring linear
control valves. Available with a choice of two
low hysteresis switching elements, the
Companion meets all of the process industry's
most demanding electrical requirements, either
high power or low voltage.
The Companion is constructed from 316 SS
and engineered to withstand corrosive and
physically demanding environments. The
switching elements are hermetically sealed
and encapsulated in a thermoplastic shock
guard. Contact reliability is assured to a
minimum of 800,000 cycles at full load (see
table below). The magnetic trigger provides a
3/16" detection range.
Applications
LISTED
„ Linear control valves and actuators
„ Alarms for sea gates and bulkhead doors
„ Rotary valves and actuators
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G
„ Submersible applications
Switching Elements Available
TUNGSTEN TTL - The choice for high power AC and DC switching applications . Durable tungsten contacts
handle up to 3A - 120VAC / 2A - 24VDC. MTBF minimum 800,000 cycles at full load.
RHODIUM TTL - The choice for reliable low power 24 VDC switching applications under 50mA. Rhodium contacts
have 80% less contact resistance than Tungsten TTL, making them more reliable. Rated to 1A - 24VDC. MTBF
minimum 1,000,000 cycles.
Specifications - COMPANION VPT
Part Number
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Contacts
Form
MTBF (cycles)
XNNN-0210
TUNGSTEN
3A - 120V
2A - 24V
SPDT
C
800,000
XNNN-0T10
RHODIUM
0.2A - 120V
1A - 24V
SPDT
C
1,000,000
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form X1-1507
Moniteur
Companion VPT
Linear Proximity Switch for Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9
Intelligent Part Number System
X
N
N
N - 0
Series
Description
Code
Series: Companion
X
Description
2
1
0
Switch
Quantity
Conduit
Code
Switch/Sensor Package
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
2
T
Sensor Quantity
1
Description
Code
Conduit Connection
1 -1/2” F NPT
Options
Long Lead Length
** = 25 or 100
(rated to 257 ° F - 125° C)
Specifications
Contacts
Enclosure
Repeatability
Hysteresis
Sensing Range
Trigger
Temperature Range
Higher Temp Option
Hermetically Sealed
316 SS
0.005"
0.045"
3/16"
Encapsulated Magnet
-40 - 175 °F (Standard)
-40 - 257 °F (125°C) - Type 2
Dimensions
Switch Length
Wire Length
Switch Body Head
Switch Thread
Conduit Entry
Trigger Length
Trigger Head
Trigger Thread
3.625"
36” Standard Length
1" Hex
5/8 - 18 UNC (1.50" long)
½" NPT
1.25"
½" Hex
5/16 - 18 UNC (0.75" long)
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
GREEN
GROUND
Wiring Diagram
Companion Cutaway Drawing
½" NPT
conduit
316SS housing
epoxy potting
thermoplastic shock resistant insulator
hermetically sealed
switching elements
magnetic
trigger
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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-W**
-T3
Moniteur
Companion VPT
Complete Solutions for Fisher 657 / 667
Complete Valve Position Monitoring and
Mounting Solutions for Fisher’s Popular 657 and
667 Series Actuators
Moniteur’s line of complete mounting solutions for the popular
Fisher 657 and 667 actuators provides reliable end-of-travel
position indication using our proven Companion VPT limit
switches. Features Include:
> Fully adjustable mounts allow switches to be set to trip
anywhere in the valve travel
> All stainless steel mounting hardware
> Easy assembly with precision laser cut parts designed to fit
precisely for each actuator size
> Low hysteresis switching elements perfectly suited for
short stroke linear actuators
> Heavy duty 316 SS housing for long life in harsh
environments
> One-piece 316 SS magnetic target body for improved
switching reliability when compared with typical two-piece
designs
> High power switching elements for AC and DC signals
> Switching elements for low power DC signals
Switching Elements Available
TUNGSTEN TTL - The choice for high power AC and DC
switching applications . Durable tungsten contacts handle up
to 3A - 120VAC / 2A - 24VDC. MTBF minimum 800,000
cycles at full load.
RHODIUM TTL - The choice for reliable low power 24 VDC
switching applications under 50mA. Rhodium contacts have
80% less contact resistance than Tungsten TTL, making
them more reliable. Rated to 1A - 24VDC. MTBF minimum
1,000,000 cycles.
LISTED
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G
Specifications - COMPANION VPT
Part Number
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Contacts
Form
MTBF (cycles)
XNNN-0210
TUNGSTEN
3A - 120V
2A - 24V
SPDT
C
800,000
XNNN-0T10
RHODIUM
0.2A - 120V
1A - 24V
SPDT
C
1,000,000
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form X3-0309
Moniteur
Companion VPT
Complete Solutions for Fisher 657 / 667
Popular Part Numbers
XNNN-0210
XNNN-0T10
Tungsten TTL (for AC Signals)
Rhodium TTL (for DC Signals)
Series 657/667
Kit Part #*
Size 30
Size 34
Size 40
Size 45 & 46
Size 50 & 60
Size 70
Size 80
BKT-LCS-001
BKT-LCS-002
BKT-LCS-003
BKT-LCS-004
BKT-LCS-005
BKT-LCS-006
BKT-LCS-007
Mounting Kits Include:
> (1) Mounting Plate
> (2) Switch Mounting Brackets
> (1) Target Bracket to Attach to Valve Stem Coupler
> All Fasteners
*for other sizes consult factory
Specifications
Contacts
Enclosure
Repeatability
Hysteresis
Sensing Range
Trigger
Temperature Range
Hermetically Sealed
316 SS
0.005"
0.045"
3/16"
Encapsulated Magnet
-40 - 175 °F (Standard)
-40 - 320 °F (High Temperature)
Dimensions
Switch Length
Switch Body Head
Switch Thread
Conduit Entry
Trigger Length
Trigger Head
Trigger Thread
3.625"
1" Hex
5/8 - 18 UNC (1.50" long)
½" F NPT
1.25"
½" Hex
5/16 - 18 UNC (0.75" long)
Upper Switch
Wiring Diagram
(HOUSING)
Lower Switch
GREEN
GROUND
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
Companion Cutaway Drawing
½" F NPT
Conduit
316 SS Housing
Epoxy Potting
Thermoplastic Shock Resistant Insulator
Hermetically Sealed
Switching Elements
Magnetic
Trigger
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
GUARDIAN VPT
For Linear & Junction Box / Explosion-Proof Applications
A Versatile Position Transmitter for Linear and
Junction Box Applications
The GUARDIAN is a versatile valve position transmitter
designed for a wide variety of applications:
Linear Control Valves - The picture to the right shows the
GUARDIAN mounted to a linear control valve.
Knife-Gate Valves - The Guardian is adaptable to knifegate valves, and can be used together with a Companion
VPT to form an integrated package. The Guardian would
provide the junction box and one limit switch, and the
Companion would provide the second limit switch.
Rotary Valves - The Guardian can be used on an actuated
rotary valve for a NEMA 6P (periodic submersion)
applications.
Junction Box Applications - With 3 conduit entries and a
maximum of 26 terminal points, the Guardian is a costeffective alternative to standard junction boxes.
The Guardian is available with Moniteur's advanced line of
TTL Non-Contact Switches or Inductive Sensors, providing
the ability to interface with any plant control system.
explosion-proof
nema 4, 4x, 7, 9
Industry Approvals:
TTL Switches: UL / CSA
Class I, Division 1 & 2, Groups C & D;
Class I, Division 2, Groups A & B;
Class II, Division 1 & 2, Groups E, F & G
Inductive Sensors:
P&F Inductive Sensors listed are FM
Intrinsically Safe Approved
Material Specifications
Certified Configurations
> Enclosure - Aluminum with Optional Hard
Anodizing for Severe Applications
> 2 - 3/4” F NPT + 1 - 1/2” F NPT Conduit Entries
Standard
> Fasteners - 316 and 18-8 Stainless Steel
> 1 or 2 Tungsten or Rhodium TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity Switches
> O-rings - BUNA-N or Optional Viton
> 1 or 2 Inductive Proximity or Intrinsically Safe
Sensors (Rated Nema 4 Only)
> Up to 26 Terminal Points
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form GI-0609
Moniteur
GUARDIAN VPT
For Linear & Junction Box / Explosion-Proof Applications
Intelligent Part Number System
K
F
N N- 0
Series
Description
Code
Series: Guardian
K
Description
2
2
6
Switch
Quantity
Conduit
Code
Switch/Sensor
No Switches - Junction Box Only
Tungsten TTL Prox 3A-125 VAC
Rhodium TTL Prox 1A-24VDC
P&F NJ 5-18GM-N, NAMUR
0
2
T
8
Sensor Quantity
Code
Options
16 Terminal Points
26 Terminal Points
Nema 6P Rating (No
UL/CSA)
-16T
-26T
-6P
Contact Moniteur for
additional option codes
and custom requirements
1-2
Conduit Connection
2 - 3/4” F NPT + 1 -1/2” F NPT
Description
6
Popular Switch and Sensor Specifications
> TTL Hermetically
Sealed Proximity
Switches
TT
L
Electrical Ratings
>
Rhodium (DC Signals):
1 A / 24VDC - 0.25 A /120VAC
Tungsten (AC Signals):
3 A / 120 VAC - 2 A / 24VDC
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175 °F
Pepperl & Fuchs
NJ 5-18GM-N NAMUR
Inductive Sensors
(Intrinsically Safe)
Electrical Ratings
NAMUR 5-25 VDC
Target Present 3-15 mA
Target Absent <1mA
Operating Temperature
-25 to +140 °C
Dimensions
Top View
Side View
1/2 NPT
5/16-18 (4X)
2.880
1.125
2.25 SQ.
BOLT PATTERN
6.56
.438
3/4 NPT (2X)
.825
Dimensions - Trigger (See Below)
6.00
Length
Head
Thread
1.25"
½" Hex
5/16 - 18 UNC (0.75" long)
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Moniteur
Mechanical Switches
Moniteur offers the industry's best mechanical
switches to handle a wide variety of applications,
meeting the tough demands of today's process
industries. A full range of mechanical snap-acting
switches is available, including:
> Cherry 15A - 125-250 VAC SPDT
> ITW 10A - 125-250 VAC DPDT
> Prism 1A - 24 VDC Gold-Plated SPDT
> C&K SPDT for 125-250 VDC
Applications:
> Mechanical SPDT switches are the most common switch used due to their low cost and proven
reliability for general purpose applications. In addition to transmitting valve position, the switch’s high
amp rating can control a relay, or other plant devices such as pumps or motors. Moniteur specifies
stiffer contact springs that resist dirt and freeze-up in cold conditions.
> Mechanical DPDT are used for simultaneous switching functions when two independent signals must
operate in tandem. An example is when one switch sends a low level signal back to the control room,
and a second functions controls a relay or another device.
> Gold plated Mechanical switches are used in low current, low voltage (primarily DC) applications.
Gold plated switch contacts assure signal stability at extremely low current and voltages, and are
used as a low cost alternative in Intrinsically Safe systems.
> Mechanical switches with 125VDC and 250VDC ratings are also available for powerplants using
battery voltage.
Moniteur recommends that users check the current requirements of their devices to ensure the
switches will not be used beyond their nameplate ratings.
Specifications - Mechanical Switches:
Moniteur
Switch Code
AC Rating
(resistive)
DC Rating
Form
SPDT (Cherry)
1
15A - 250VAC
2.5A - 24VDC
C
Gold Plated SPDT (Prism)
3
1A - 120VAC
1A - 24VDC
C
10A DPDT (ITW)
4
10A - 250VAC
7A - 24VDC
C
SPDT (C&K)
C
15A - 250VAC
0.5A - 125VDC
0.25A - 250VDC
C
Switch Type
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form S1-0609
Moniteur
TTL Non-Contact Proximity Switches
Moniteur’s TTL hermetically sealed proximity
switches provide an advanced and reliable method of
position monitoring for today's sophisticated process
control systems. The highest quality reed switch
elements available are enclosed and encapsulated in
a flexible moisture-proof bedding compound,
protecting them from contaminants and shock to 38g.
Switching elements are actuated with neodymium
magnets sealed in their cams to protect and prevent
dislodgement and subsequent system failure. An
internal stainless steel Loc-Ring is employed to
prevent vertical shaft motion from corrupting output
signals. A variety of switching elements are available,
meeting different user needs.
TTL Switching Elements Available
TUNGSTEN TTL - The choice for AC switching applications - use . Durable tungsten contacts handle up
to 3A - 120VAC / 2A - 24VDC and 100 watts of power. TUNGSTEN TTL HV switches can handle100 W
at voltages up to 500 VAC or VDC. MTBF for both is 800,000 cycles.
RHODIUM TTL - The choice for DC switching applications. With 80% less contact resistance than
Tungsten, these switches are best suited to modern control systems using low power DC feedback
signals. Rated to 1A - 24VDC. MTBF 1,000,000 cycles.
KRYSTAL TTL - Rhodium TTL contacts combined with LED set lights make switch setting easier in the
field. Rated to 0.3A - 120 VAC / 0.3A - 24 VDC. MTBF 1,000,000 cycles.
Applications
> Areas with corrosive or humid environments that could corrode exposed contacts
> Critical position monitoring applications requiring reliability and higher cycle life
> Explosion-proof environments. Moniteur Sentinel series is UL listed and CSA** approved for Class I,
Division 2 - Groups A, B, Class 1, Division 1 Groups C, D and Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G.
> Class 1, Division 2 environments requiring hermetically sealed contacts or nonincendive circuits.
Article 501-3 (b) of the NEC (National Electric Code) permits the use of general purpose enclosures
(such as the Moniteur Watchman or Survivor Series) in Class 1, Division 2 locations when the current
interrupting contacts are sealed within a hermetically sealed chamber.
> Intrinsically safe - Choose Rhodium TTL. These switches are passive devices (simple apparatus) and
can be used in Intrinsically Safe applications with an approved current and voltage-limiting barrier.
Specifications - TTL Switches
Moniteur
Switch Code
AC Rating
DC Rating
Contacts
Form
MTBF (cycles)
at full load
TUNGSTEN TTL
2
3A - 120VAC
2A - 24VDC
SPDT
C
800,000
TUNGSTEN TTL HV
E
0.4A - 250VAC
0.4A - 250VDC
SPDT
C
800,000
RHODIUM TTL
T
0.25A - 120VAC
1A - 24VDC
SPDT
C
1,000,000
KRYSTAL TTL
L
0.3A - 120VAC
0.3A - 24VDC
SPDT
C
1,000,000
Switch Type
** Rhodium TTL only
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form S2-0609
Moniteur
Inductive Sensors
Moniteur VPTs are available with a wide variety of
industry proven inductive sensors for today's
advanced process PLCs. Whether your process
control system requires PNP, NPN, or NAMUR
Intrinsically Safe rated sensors, Moniteur can supply
the preferred position transmitter. Sensors available
are shown in the table below.
Note: When specifying these sensors, be sure to
determine from the end user whether their I/O card is
compatible with the sensor specifications.
Principle of Operation
> Inductive sensors are "solid state" (without moving parts) and are the most reliable of sensing
methods, with a MTBF over 20 million cycles. Inductive Sensors have three parts of operation - the
oscillator, triggering circuit and switching amplifier. The oscillator generates a high-frequency
electromagnetic field in the sensor's target area. When a ferrous metal target enters the
electromagnetic field (target area), eddy currents created in the target by the oscillator increase the
load on the oscillator. At a specific load, the trigger circuit senses the reduction in oscillation and
signals the switching amplifier to change the signal. Inductive Sensors consume electric power to
operate, and must have approval to be used in hazardous areas (see table below).
> NAMUR inductive sensors operate without the amplifier circuitry in the sensor, allowing use in all
hazardous areas. The required signal amplifier is installed externally in the safe area and is usually
combined with the Intrinsically Safe barrier (sold separately).
Applications
> Hazardous areas rated Division 2. The P&F sensors are UL and CSA listed approved for general
purpose and FM approved Nonincendive or hazardous areas rated Division 2
> Intrinsically Safe. NAMUR Inductive Sensors are rated Intrinsically Safe and must be used with an
approved current and voltage limiting barrier.
> To assist cam setting, the P&F NBB-V3-Z4 Sensors include setting lights in the sensor housing.
Specifications - Inductive Sensors
Switch
Code
Type
Supply
Voltage
Load Current /
Target Absent
Load Current /
Target Present
Sensor FM
Approval
NJ2-V3N
8
NAMUR
5-25 VDC
< 1 mA
3 - 15 mA
Intrinsically Safe
NBB3-V3-Z4
K
2 wire DC
5-60 VDC
< 1 mA
4 - 100 mA
Nonincendive Div. 2
NBB2-V3-US
Q
2 wire AC/DC
10-140 VDC
< 1 mA
5 - 200 mA
Nonincendive Div. 2
NBB2-V3-E0
M
3 wire DC-NPN
10-30 VDC
< 1 mA
5 - 100 mA
Nonincendive Div. 2
NBB2-V3-E2
N
3 wire DC-PNP
10-30 VDC
< 1 mA
5 - 100 mA
Nonincendive Div. 2
P&F Sensor
*Moniteur can also supply Valve Position Transmitters with other adaptable sensors to your specifications.
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form S3-0609
Moniteur
Transmitter and Potentiometer Options
Moniteur VPTs can be supplied with current (4-20mA)
or resistive (0-1000 ohm) output, used to determine
the precise position of the valve.
State of the art potentiometers resistant to drift,
vibration and environmental effects are assembled
with pressed-on drive gears utilizing a stabilizing oring. Field expedience has proved that hunting and
vibration effects are reduced, resulting in feedback
that is more stable and consistent over time.
Moniteur's transmitter electronics have been
optimized for enhanced reliability and resistance to
environmental effects with a double conformal
coating. In addition, setting and adjusting the
transmitter has been made simple with trimming pots
located on the board.
Applications
> Critical valve position applications, computer interface, or trend analysis. The current or resistive
output option provides precise valve position indication. A continuous analog signal in resistive or
current form provides 0-100% readout of valve position.
> Valve positioners and actuation equipment that require additional, independent feedback signals.
> Additional monitoring of valve end-position. Up to two mechanical switches, non-contact switches or
inductive sensors can be provided in the same enclosure with the current or resistive output
electronics.
Specifications - Current and Resistive Output Options
Current Output
Power Supply Rating
10 - 38 VDC Loop Power
Recommended Power Supply
24 VDC
Output Signal
4 - 20 mA
Operating Temperature
-20° to 175° F
Load Impedance
0 - 1000 ohms at 24 VDC
Max. Output
55 mA DC
Resistive Output
Rotation Range
85° - 105°
Standard Output
0-1000 ohm
Linearity
+/- 1.0% of Full Scale
Power Rating @ 70° C
1 Watt
Hysteresis
0.55% of Full Scale
Contact Elements
Plastic
Repeatability
+/- 0.3% of Full Scale
Rotational Life (full load)
200,000 cycles
Environmental Protection
Conformal Coating
Options
50, 2k, 5k, 10k ohm
Note: results may vary depending on your specific application
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form S4-0609
Moniteur
Pneumatic Switches
The Moniteur Sentinel VPT is available with
pneumatic switches for applications requiring
pneumatic signaling. Features and benefits of
the unit:
> The pneumatic switches withstand air and
inert gases and can handle pressures up
to 120 psi.
> Compact switch design (using the V3
pattern) allows easy cam setting.
> Full range of Moniteur visual
indicators is available.
> Flat cover with no external plastics
available.
SW1 SUPPLY SW2
for hazardous areas
Principle of Operation
> Three ports are provided on the back of the switch housing, labeled SW1, SW2, and Supply. The
pneumatic pressure input is connected to the "Supply" port. Inside the housing, the supply pressure is
connected to both of the switches (SW1 and SW2). When either of the switches are tripped, the
pneumatic path is opened and the switch provides output to either the SW1 or SW2 port, depending
on the switch tripped.
> To set the switches, simply adjust the touch-set cam in the same fashion as standard Moniteur units.
> Note: Output air is for signal pressure only.
Specifications - Pneumatic Switches
Specifications - Enclosure
Orifice Diameter
5/64" (2 mm)
Nema Rating
4, 4x
Operating Pressure
30 - 120 psi (2 - 8 bar)
Housing / Cover
Aluminum
Flow at 60 psi
4.5 cfm (4.5 Nl/min)
Bearing
Bronze
Activation Force (@90 psi)
< 1.7 oz (< 50 g)
Indicator Cover
Ektar
Permissible Fluid
Air or Inert Gases
Seals
BUNA-N
Fluid Temperature Range
20 - 120 F (-10 to 50 C)
Fasteners
Stainless Steel
Operating Temp. Range
20 - 140 F (-10 to 60 C)
Weight
4.25 lbs.
Mechanical Life
10 Million Cycles
Ports (3)
1/8 NPT Female
Response Time
15 ms
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form S6-0609
Moniteur
Pneumatic Switches
Intelligent Part Number System
A M Y B - 5
Series
Cover
Base unit includes:
Moniteur
Shaft
Black / Yellow indicator
Aluminum Enclosure
Namur Shaft
Description
A
Cover
With Moniteur
Flat Cover
M
F
Moniteur
No Indicator
Black / Yellow
3-Way Path O,T, F
4-Way Path
180 degree T port
120 degree
Green / White
Red / White
Blue / White
Green / Red
Red / Green
Quantity
Conduit
2 Pneumatic switches
Bronze bearings
(1) ¾" NPT conduit + (1) Sintered Filter
N
Y
O,T, F
S
1
3
G
R
B
A
C
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 SS
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
Long NAMUR 303 SS
1
3
5
E
Switch Type (2 switches)
Pneumatic
P
Switch Quantity
2
Conduit
(1) ¾" F NPT + (1) Sintered Filter
P
Top View
Side View
NAMUR
STD.
A
0.156
0.249
B
0.62**
0.53
O
P
E
N
OPEN
Dimensions
Switch
Description
Code
Series: Sentinel
6.56
Bearing
P 2 P
3.98
1.13*
1/8 F NPT
Female (3x)
2.72
3/4 F NPT (2x)
B
* - FLAT COVER DIMENSION
6.00
** - LONG NAMUR = 1.28"
A
2.25
SQ. BOLT PATTERN
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
INDICATEUR VPT
Visual Valve Position Indicator
Superior Visual Valve Position
Indicators
The INDICATEUR and INDICATEUR DIRECT are
superior visual valve position indicators for virtually
any rotary operated valve. Each has a rugged
design suited to withstand harsh plant
environments and operations. Two versions are
available:
1 - The INDICATEUR DIRECT mounts directly to
NAMUR actuators without a bracket (80 x 30mm
patterns only).
2 - The INDICATEUR uses standard VPT shaft
lengths and mounting patterns allowing use with
virtually all types of pneumatic and manual
actuators.
Features Include:
„ Clear Ektar cover offers optimum chemical
resistance and strength and is environmentally
sealed to prevent fogging or entry of contaminants.
INDICATEUR
„ Careful material selection provides Moniteur's
patented indicator a rated life of minimum
1,000,000 cycles.
„ Materials of construction selected to excel in high
vibration, corrosive and dirty environments, either
indoors or outdoors.
„ Indicator is fully adjustable to any valve or
actuator.
„ The industry's only "true" visual valve position
indicators available for a wide variety of multi-port
valves, adjustable to match the actual physical
flow pattern of the valve.
„ Molded from DuPont’s SuperTough Zytel Nylon for
the ultimate in strength and corrosion resistance.
INDICATEUR DIRECT
Indicators For 90 Degree Valves
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘Y’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘A’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘C’
O
P
E
N
3-Way ‘O’
3-Way ‘T’
3-Way ‘F’
O
P
E
N
‘R’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘G’
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
‘B’
Red/Grn Digital ‘Q’
Indicators For 90, 120, 135 and 180 Degree Valves
CLOSED
4-Way ‘S’
180 Degree T-port ‘1’
CLOSED
0-100% Digital ‘P’
CLOSED
CLOSED
180 Degree L-port ‘5’ 180 Degree L-port ‘6’
120 Degree PIG
See “Indicator Options Brochure” For More Available Indicators
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
INDICATEUR VPT
Visual Valve Position Indicator
Intelligent Part Number System
I
M
Z - D
Y
Series
Indicator
Description
Code
Series: Indicateur
I
Moniteur
With Indicator
M
Indicator Type (open/closed)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100% Digital
3-Way Path O (90 degree)
3-Way Path T (90 degree)
3-Way Path F (90 degree)
Y
A
C
P
O
T
F
Bearing
000 - 1
Shaft
Description
Mounting
Description
Code
4-Way Path S (90 degree)
180 degree T-port
180 degree L-Port - OcOc
180 degree L-Port - OOcc
ANSI Green / White
ANSI Blue / White
ANSI Red / White
S
1
5
6
G
B
R
Bearing - Indicateur
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Bearing - Indicateur Direct
Zytel
Z
Code
Shaft - Indicateur
Standard 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
1
5
E
Shaft - Indicateur Direct
Delrin
D
Mounting - Indicateur Direct
(Only)
80 x 30 x 20
80 x 30 x 30
-1
-2
Dimensions - Indicateur Direct
O
P
E
N
4.26
3.90
Dimensions - Indicateur
LONG
NAMUR
3.90 ø
NAMUR
STD.
A
0.156
0.156
0.249
B
1.28
0.62
0.53
O
P
E
N
3.64
B
5/16-18 X .31 (4x)
A
2.25 SQ
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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INDICATOR OPTIONS
The World’s Largest Offering of Visual Valve
Indicators for Virtually Any Flow Pattern
Moniteur Devices offers the largest variety of visual indicators
for on-off and multi-port valves, designed to match the
physical location and layout of the valve. Because the
Moniteur indicator platform is 100% adjustable, you can
determine which indicator view is in the starting position and
where in the window you would like it. Features Include:
> A wire variety of colors and styles match your plant
standard
> Indication can start in any valve position
> Display is accurate at each 90° position through all
360° of indication
> High visibility with top and side views
All indicators can be supplied with the Sentinel, Watchman,
Survivor, and Indicateur series. Contact Moniteur with your
custom indicator requirement.
Indicators for 90° / Quarter-Turn Valves
Type (open/closed)
Code
Open
Custom Flow Patterns, Colors and
Languages are Available - Contact Us!
Closed
Notes
Black / Yellow
Y
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
Full Green / Full Red
A
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
Full Red / Full Green
B
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
ANSI Red / White
R
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
ANSI Green / White
G
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
ANSI Blue / White
B
O
P
E
N
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
D
Black / Yellow French
GY
O
U
V
E
R
T
O
U
V
E
R
T
F
E
R
M
E
Black / Yellow Spanish
EY
A
B
E
R
T
A
A
B
E
R
T
A
F
E
C
H
A
D
A
Example Part Number:
FEYB-5120
Black / Yellow Portugese
PY
A
B
I
E
R
T
O
A
B
I
E
R
T
O
C
E
R
R
A
D
O
Example Part Number:
FPYB-5120
Indicators in Other Languages
Example Part Number:
FGYB-5120
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
INDICATOR OPTIONS
Indicators for Multi-Port Valves (90°)
Type
Code
3-way Path O
O
3-way Path T
Note: Four Viewing
Configurations Possible
T
3-way Path F
Note: Four Viewing
Configurations Possible
F
Views
Position 1
Position 2
Position 1
Position 2
or
or
or
or
or
4-way Path S
S
or
Indicators for Multi-Port Valves (120° or 180°)
Type
180° T-port
start in any position
180° L-port OCOC
(Open Closed Open Closed)
Code
Position 1
Views
Position 2
Position 3
Position 4
1
CLOSED
5
CLOSED
start in any position
180° L-port OOCC
(Open Open Closed Closed)
CLOSED
6
start in any position
120° PIG
start in any position
3
Indicators for 0-100% Graduation and 135° Diverter Valves
Open
Mid Point
0-100% Digital
P
Open
135° Diverter
start in open position
Closed
Closed Positions
Clockwise or Counterclockwise
4
M O N I T E U R
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CLOSED
Moniteur
DSS SERIES
Two-Stage “Dribble Control” Package
Ideal Solution for Dribble Control
The Moniteur DSS Two Stage Package is a
complete unit incorporating two solenoid valves and
specially configured limit switches designed for twostage operation. The package mounts to most rotary
pneumatic actuators and allows users to transform
an automated valve into a two stage shutoff
package. The most common applications are:
Valve #2
(2 Way)
> Filling or metering vessels. By being able to
reduce the flow rate at a given point during a
filling operation, it is possible to more accurately
and efficiently fill a vessel.
Valve #1
(3 Way)
Exhaust
Filter
> Flow dampening. With the two stage package,
valves can be partially closed and then
completely closed later. This dramatically
reduces shock to pipes and valves due to water
hammer.
Requirements
> Two voltage sources to power both solenoid valves (#1 and #2).
> Contact logic (2), which may be provided by flow meters, scales, level sensors, or PLCs
> Spring return pneumatic actuator with a clean air source
Features
> Dual flow positions for filling vessels or flow dampening
> Fully adjustable set points allow the user flexibility to determine proper stage switching
> Open / Closed limit switches provide additional valve end point monitoring
> Factory assembled and tested, saving users and assemblers time and money
Ordering Information
Nema
Rating
Package
Model No.*
3-Way Solenoid
( ASCO® )
2-way solenoid
( ASCO® )
Solenoid
Voltage
Solenoid
Body Material
7,9
DSS-AMYB-51B1
EF8320G184
EF8262G93
120 VAC-60Hz
Brass
4,4x
DSS-FMYB-51B1
8320G184
8262G93
120 VAC-60Hz
Brass
7,9
DSS-AMYB-51B3
EF8320G184
EF8262G93
24 VDC
Brass
4,4x
DSS-FMYB-51B3
8320G184
8262G93
24 VDC
Brass
IS
DSS-FMYB-53B5
WBIS8314A300
WBIS8314A300 24VDC / Intrinsically Safe
Brass
* Custom packages to your specifications available on request
Standard Solenoid Valve Porting Configuration
3-Way
Solenoid
8320G184
Cv
0.12
Air
Supply
Port
Air to
Actuator
Port
To 2-way
Exhaust
Port
2-Way
Solenoid
Cv
2
1
3
8262G93
0.15
From 3-way
Exhaust
Port
Filter
Exhaust
Port
IN
OUT
** For larger actuators, solenoid valves with higher flow rates will be required. Contact Moniteur Devices with your requirements.
ASCO is a trademark of the Automatic Switch Company
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form DSS1-0609
Moniteur
DSS SERIES
Two-Stage “Dribble Control” Package
Wiring Diagram
MONITEUR DSS POSITION CONTROL
LOGIC SWITCH 3
RED
WHITE
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
BLACK
RED
WHITE
GROUND
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
1 2 3
4 5 6
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 2
7
8
9 10 11 12
Voltage Source V2 (+)
Voltage Source V2 (-)
Voltage Source V1 (+)
Voltage Source V1 (-)
TWO STAGE DRIBBLE CONTROL CONNECTIONS
Installation Procedure / Sequence of Operation
Warning:
Be sure voltage and air pressure supplied match solenoid specifications.
1. Mount limit switch package to the rotary actuator with an appropriate mounting bracket.
2. Connect power and clean filtered air to proper connections (see table on other side for standard
valves). Ensure that all air connections are tight and all electrical connections are secured at their
proper terminal points.
3. With no power to V-1 and V-2, the valve should be in the fully closed position (sequence #1)
4. Energize V-1 and V-2 (sequence #2), solenoid #1 (sol1) will energize allowing the air pressure to
rotate the valve/actuator package to the fully open position.
5. De-energize V-1 and the package will rotate in the opposite direction until the white cam trips switch
3 (blue) and energizes solenoid #2 (sol2). This will stop the valve rotation at the set mid position.
If the mid position is incorrect, estimate approximately how many degrees of rotation the cam
needs to be adjusted. CAUTION - do not adjust cam until the unit is in the fully closed position, as
the unit might rotate unexpectantly if the cam is adjusted under power.
6. Finally, de-energize V-2 (both V-1 and V-2 will be de-energized) and solenoid #2 (sol2) will Deenergize and the valve/actuator package will rotate to the fully closed position. One full cycle has
just been completed. If the mid set position requires adjustment, adjust the package now.
7. Repeat steps 4-6 to verify adjustment and/or re-adjust dribble position.
Caution:
Do not adjust cams while cycling system as the unit might shift unexpectantly
Stage
No.
Flow Condition
Required
Supply Volt. 1
( V-1 )
Supply Volt. 2
( V-2 )
Solenoid #1
( Sol 1 )
Solenoid #2
( Sol 2 )
1
Shut off
De-energize
De-energize
De-energize
De-energize
2
Full Flow
Energize
Energize
Energize
De-energize*
3
Reduced Flow
De-energize
Energize
De-energize
Energize
4
Shut off
De-energize
De-energize
De-energize
De-energize
* Solenoid #2 is de-energized through the limit switch
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Moniteur
D3 SERIES
For Three Position Control Applications
A Full Three-Position Control Package
with End-Position Signal Feedback
The Moniteur D3 Three Position Control Package is
a unique product incorporating specially configured
solenoid valves and control switches designed for
three-position operation. The package is used with
rotary double-acting pneumatic actuators and allows
users to transform any valve into a sophisticated
three position control device.
The unit is available in General Purpose, Intrinsically
Safe and Explosion-Proof configurations. In addition
to the control switches, two switches are included for
valve position monitoring.
Solenoid
#2
#1
Solenoid
#1
#2
Applications:
180 Degree / Three Position Valves - Set any mid
position from any point in the valve cycle without a
positioner.
Dribble Control - By utilizing the mid set point, one
is able to reduce the flow rate during a filling
operation to more accurately and efficiently fill a
vessel.
Hazardous Area Rating Available:
Class 1, Division 1 & 2, Group C & D
Class 2, Division 1 & 2, Group E, F, G
Note: When fail-closed is a requirement, Moniteur
recommends our Dribble Control package developed
for spring-return actuators.
General Purpose Version Available
Features
 Fully Adjustable Mid Point
 Dual 3-way Solenoid Design Improves Valve Position Accuracy by Pressurizing Both Ports in the Mid
Position
 Additional Limit switches Provided as Standard to Monitor End Points (open/closed)
 Factory Assembled and Tested, Saving Users and Assemblers Time and Money
 Explosion-proof Version Available Rated Nema 4, 4x, 7, 9
Packages for Double-Acting Actuators, Including Two 3-way NO Solenoid Valves
Rating
Package
Model No.
3-Way Solenoid (2)
(ASCO®)
Cv*
Solenoid
Voltage
Solenoid
Body Material
General Purpose
D3D-FMYB-51B1
8320G194
0.12
120 VAC-60Hz
Brass
Explosion-Proof
D3D-AMYB-51B1
EF8320G194
0.12
120 VAC-60Hz
Brass
Standard Solenoid Valve Porting Configuration
CW Port
Sol 1
8320G194
Cv
0.12
Air
Supply
Port
3
Air to
Actuator Exhaust
Port
Port
1
2
CCW Port
Sol 2
8320G194
Cv
Air
Supply
Port
0.12
Air to
Actuator Exhaust
Port
Port
3
1
2
** For larger actuators, solenoid valves with higher flow rates will be required. Contact Moniteur Devices with your requirements.
ASCO is a trademark of the Automatic Switch Company
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Form D3-1206
Moniteur
D3 SERIES
For Three Position Control Applications
Wiring Diagram
Requirements
 Three independent signals are required for the closed,
mid and open positions. These signals also provide
power to the solenoid valves through the control logic
switches. These signals must be electrically isolated and
share a common ground. Two low signal lines need to
be provided for the solenoids as well, as shown in the
wiring diagram to the right.
 Double-acting pneumatic actuator with a clean air
source.
RED
8
BLACK
4 5 6
SWITCH 2
WHITE
1 2 3
SWITCH 1
RED
RED
MONITEUR THREE POSITION CONTROL
LOGIC SWITCHES CS1 & CS2
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
RED
WHITE
GROUND
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
9 10 11 12
Signal CCW - Open (+)
Signal Mid Pos. (+)
Signal CW - Closed (+)
Sol. #2 Signal Low (-)
Sol. #1 Signal Low (-)
THREE POSITION CONTROL CONNECTIONS
Installation Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
NOTE: Operation Instructions depict an
actuated package set for clockwise to close
and counterclockwise to open operation.
Mount limit switch package to the rotary actuator with an
appropriate mounting bracket.
Connect power lines according to the three position
control connections shown at right.
Connect clean filtered air to each of the 3-way solenoid
valves, to port '3’ as listed in table on page 1.
Connect solenoid 1 (use port '1' as listed in the table on
page 1) to the actuator porting so that when pressurized
the actuator rotates in the CCW direction. Connect
solenoid 2 (use port '1' as listed in table on page 1) to the
CUSTOM CONTROL CAM CONFIGURATION
actuator porting so that when pressurized the actuator
rotates in the CW direction. Note: The solenoid configuration is shown below. One solenoid valve is used for each actuator
port - one to move the valve clockwise and the other counter-clockwise. Ensure that all air connections are tight and all
electrical connections are secured at their proper terminal points.
The unit is designed to accept three control signals - one to open the valve, one to close it, and one to move to mid position.
The valve should be in the fully closed position with power sent to terminal 10.
The valve should be in the mid position with power sent to terminal 11. The logic switches marked “CS1” and “CS2” are both
used to set the mid position with their custom cams - “CS1” for setting the mid position when the valve is rotating clockwise
from the open position and “CS2” for setting the mid position when the valve is rotating counter-clockwise from the closed
position. See the table below to understand how the logic switches need to be activated for each position.
The valve should be in the fully open position with power sent to terminal 12.
Solenoid
Connect speed controls to port 3 of each solenoid, if desired.
Solenoid
#1
Configuration
Flow Positions
Solenoid
#2
Stage
No.
Flow Condition
Required
Switch
CS1
Switch
CS2
1
Closed
Tripped
Not Tripped
2
Mid
Tripped
Tripped
3
Open
Not Tripped
Tripped
NOTE: To hold the mid position,
both logic switches must be
tripped (CS1 and CS2)
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Moniteur
CORROSION Resistance
Solving Corosion Problems - Profit From Moniteur’s Expertise
Moniteur Devices offers a range of methods to improve corrosion resistance in the field. Because
environments are so different, a variety of options has been developed based on real-world experience
and cost requirements. The different options are presented here with their features and benefits:
Standard Polyurethane Coating
Full Exterior and Interior Painting
With the standard 2-part polyurethane
coating, BUNA-N O-ring seals, and the clear
Ektar cover, the standard units have been
developed to stand up well in most indoor and
outdoor environments.
Epoxy Powder Coating
Hard Anodizing (Post-Machining)
to MIL-A-8625-F Type III Class II
In environments with large temperature shifts and
areas with high humidity, condensation may form
inside the enclosure. If harsh chemical vapors are
also present, the combination can form corrosive
compounds inside. By painting the inside of the
enclosure with epoxy, corrosion is minimized.
Exterior epoxy coating is also available to meet
plant requirements and specifications.
Thermoplastic Enclosures
For the Sentinel series, Moniteur offers MIL
Spec hard anodizing of the limit switch
enclosure to prevent flange corrosion. The
anodization process forms a protective
aluminum oxide layer chemically bonded to
the aluminum that greatly enhances corrosion
resistance in virtually all corrosive
environments. The castings are anodized after
machining to assure there are is no exposed
aluminum. It is important to note that
Explosion-proof enclosures with flange
corrosion lose their hazardous area rating
once opened, as the precise flamepath fitting
is compromised. This option is becoming more
popular as end users understand the benefits.
Choose the Survivor series of thermoplastic VPTs
with SuperTough Zytel resin enclosures. Resin
enclosures are the most cost-effective means of
providing corrosion resistance. The Survivor II
series includes stainless steel inserts and
bearings for additional resistance. However, Resin
enclosures do not meet explosion-proof
requirements.
More Options To Enhance Resistance
Non-Contact (Proximity Type) Switches and
Sensors are available to protect switching
elements and sensitive circuitry from corrosion
Stainless Steel Bearings enhance corrosion
resistance over the standard bronze.
Viton O-ring seals are available for
environments where chemical vapors are
incompatible with the standard BUNA-N seals
Flat cover indicators with no external plastics
for areas where chemicals attack plastics
Stainless Steel or Thermoplastic Brackets are
available for corrosion resistant packages
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form CR-0400
Moniteur
ASi
Valve Position Controllers
Moniteur ASi Valve Position Controllers
ASi makes it simple. Moniteur's VPCs with
encapsulated ASi interface cards adapt your on/off
automated valves to an advanced 2-wire ASi valve
network. Money and time will be saved as
installation and maintenance are streamlined with
reduced wiring and improved system diagnostics.
An ASi network can interface directly with your
plant’s PLCs or through other protocols such as
DeviceNet, Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus or
Modbus utilizing a gateway. Moniteur can supply
total ASi packages including power supplies,
gateways, held-hand programmers, cable and quick
disconnect connectors.
Moniteur's Advanced ASi Platform Improves Reliability
The Network Card. A full function encapsulated
network card for the network protocol includes the
following benefits:
 Encapsulated electronics and position sensors
ensures reliability in corrosive, humid and dirty
environments.
 Hall effect position sensors designed into the
card provide optimum stability in areas of high
vibration.
 Two transistor outputs with a combined output
of up to 4w @ 24VDC are available for your
solenoid valves
 High visibility LEDs are located on-board for
local indication of on-board sensors, auxiliary
inputs, outputs and network status.
 Two additional inputs are available for local
pressure or temperature switches.
The Physical Platform. Moniteur's platform is available in
many configurations:
 Housings in Aluminum, Hard Anodized Aluminum or
SuperTough Zytel for General Purpose or Hazardous
Areas
 Moniteur's proven Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System assures stable output signals
in difficult environments over a multi-million cycle life.
 Optional Mini and Micro plug connectors can be fitted
to the conduit entries of the enclosures to speed
installation.
The Visual Indicator. Moniteur's High Visibility Valve
Position Indication preferred by users worldwide are
available in a wide variety of colors and flow patterns.
The Solenoid Valve. Low power solenoid valves
optimized for the network card output are available
with direct NAMUR actuator mounting or pre-wired to the
VPC.
ASi v2.1 Technical Information
Supports up to 62 Addresses (1-31 A + B)
Baud Rate at 167Kbit (No Termination Required)
Scan Time < 10ms for a Fully Loaded System
Deterministic - Each Slave Adds 150 µs to the
Scan Time
 Can Be Installed in Any Topology
 Bus Power and Communications Share the Same
2 wire Cable
 Standard 16AWG or Special AS-Interface Flat
Cable Can Be Used




 990 ft. Total Bus Length (with Maximum 2
Repeaters)
 High Level of Noise and Temperature Immunity
Makes ASi an Excellent Choice for the Process
Plant Environment.
 Each AS-Interface Node Requires its Own Unique
Address (Master/Slave)
 No Configuration Software Required
 Nodes Can Be Addressed Using Buttons on
Master, Hand-Held Programmer, or Through Serial
Communications
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form VN3-140329
Moniteur
ASi
Valve Position Controllers
Standard ASi Network Card Specifications
Wiring Diagram
NO
ASI
+
SOL 1
Sol 1
-
+
-
SOL 2
Sol 2
+
-
COM
Sw 2
COM
Sw 1
NO
Mechanical Contacts
ASI
BUS
IN
SOLENOIDS 1 and 2
Standard ASi Bitmap Configuration
Data Input Bits
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Proximity Switch 1
Proximity Switch 2
Mechanical Contact 1
Mechanical Contact 2
Output Bits
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Parameter Bits
Bits P0, P1, P2, P3
Intelligent Part Number System
F
Series
M
Cover
Description
Series:
Watchman (Nema 4)
Survivor (Plastic Nema 4)
Sentinel (Ex-Proof)
Communication
Type
Addressing
Cycle Time
Slave
1 to 31 A/B (Total=62)
Less Than 5ms
On Board Sensor Inputs
Type
(2) Hall Effect Solid-State
Sensors, (1) for Each Valve
Position
Local Indication
Red LEDs (Each Input)
Output
Type
Transistor Rating
IO = B
ID = A
7 or F
ID1=7 if Address=1A…31A
ID1=F if Address=1B…31B
0
ID2 code
30Vdc (ASi Standard)
<30mA
Green LEDs
Auxiliary Inputs (Optional)
Type
(2) Namur (DIN 19234)
or Mechanical Switch
Voltage
8Vdc ± 5% - Ripple 5%
Current
Active <1mA, Inactive >3mA
Local Indication
Red LED (Each Input)
Protection
Reverse Polarized
Solenoid 1
Solenoid 2
---
IO/IDs
IO code
ID code
ID1 code
Power
Voltage
Current
Local Indication
Y
Indicator
Code
F
P
A
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
M
F
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
N
Y
B - 5
Bearing
Shaft
Local Indication
(2) Transistor
2 x 120 mA @ 24 VDC
Programmable NO or NC
Red LEDs
Other
Address (from factory) 0
Watchdog
On
Parameter
7
S
2
0 - AS7
Sensor
Quantity
Conduit
Description
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 S
1
3
5
7
E
G
Network
Description
Code
Switch/Sensor Type
On Board Sensors
S
Sensor Quantity
2
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
3 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
2 - 3/4” F NPT ( A Series)
3 - 3/4” F NPT (A Series)
0
6
0
5
ASi
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
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Moniteur
ASi
Valve Position Controllers
POWER
1
UT
TP
2
OU
UT
TP
OU
Slave LEDs
(compliant with ASI specifications - Enhanced Mode)
FAULT
Normal Operation
Without Data Exchange
- Master In Stop Mode
- Slave is Not in LPS*
- Slave with Wrong IO/ID
- Active Reset on Slave
Without Data Exchange
- Slave with Address 00
Peripheral Fault:
LEDs Green and Red
Blinking Alternately
BLINKING ALTERNATELY
* LPS (List of Projected Slaves)
Wiring Diagram
Moniteur
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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R
WE
PO
T
UL
FA
1
OR
NS
2
SE
OR
NS
SE
Moniteur ASi Slave LEDs
(in compliance with ASi specifications - Enhanced Mode)
Moniteur
DEVICENET
Valve Position Controllers
DeviceNet Valve Position Controllers
Moniteur VPCs with encapsulated DeviceNet
interface cards adapt your on/off automated valves
to an advanced DeviceNet valve network. Money
and time can be saved as installation and
maintenance are streamlined, reducing wiring runs
and improving system diagnostics.
Based on the CAN protocol, the DeviceNet
protocol was developed by Allen Bradley to provide
industry with a simple and cost effective method of
networking field devices. Moniteur supplies a full
range of accessories including cable and quickdisconnect connectors to simplify installation.
Advanced DeviceNet Platform Improves Reliability
The Network Card. A full function encapsulated
network card for the network protocol includes the
following benefits:
 Encapsulated electronics and position sensors
ensures reliability in corrosive, humid and dirty
environments.
 Hall effect position sensors designed into the
card provide optimum stability in areas of high
vibration.
 Two transistor outputs with a combined output
of up to 4.8w @ 24VDC are available for your
solenoid valves
 High visibility LEDs are located on-board for
local indication of on-board sensors, auxiliary
inputs, outputs and network status.
 Two additional inputs are available for local
pressure or temperature switches.
The Physical Platform. Moniteur's platform is available in
many configurations:
 Housings in Aluminum, Hard Anodized Aluminum or
SuperTough Zytel for General Purpose or Hazardous
Areas
 Moniteur's proven Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System assures stable output signals
in difficult environments over a multi-million cycle life.
 Optional Mini and Micro plug connectors can be fitted
to the conduit entries of the enclosures to speed
installation.
The Visual Indicator. Moniteur's High Visibility Valve
Position Indication preferred by users worldwide are
available in a wide variety of colors and flow patterns.
The Solenoid Valve. Low power solenoid valves
optimized for the network card output are available
with direct NAMUR actuator mounting or pre-wired to the
VPC.

DeviceNet Technical Information
 Each Network Supports up to 64 Nodes or
Addresses
 Thick and Thin Cable Types
 Trunkline / Dropline Topology
 125K, 250K, and 500K Baud Rates
 Supports Online Node Insertion and Removal
 Maximum Trunk Length = 1640 feet
Zytel is a trademark of the DuPont Company
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form VN6-0609
Moniteur
DEVICENET
Valve Position Controllers
Black
Blue
Shield
White
Sol 2
-
+
-
V-
+
CN L
Shield
CN H
Sol 1
DeviceNet
BUS
ON
DeviceNet
V+
ADDRESSING DIPSWITCHES
Transistor Outputs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Red
Wiring Diagram
S1-S6
ADDRESS
00-63
S7-S8
BAUD RATE
125-250-500 kbps
S1 Least Significant
S6 Most Significant
S7 S8 Baud
off off 125k
on off 250k
off on 500k
on on 125k
SOLENOIDS
1 AND 2
Standard DeviceNet Network Card Specifications
Power
Voltage
Current
24Vdc ±15%
<70mA
Communication
Type
Communication
Word
Addressing
Transmission Rate
`
Digital Filter
Slave
Polled
1 byte TX - 1byte RX
0 to 63 Set by Dipswitch
125-250-500 Kbs Baud
Set by Dipswitch
25ms
Configuration
Input - Byte 1
Bit 0 - Sensor 1
Bit 1 - Sensor 2
Bit 0 - Output 1 (sol. 1)
Bit 1 - Output 2 (sol. 2)
Output - Byte 1
Local Indication
Green (Light)
Green (Flashing)
Red (Flashing)
Red (Light)
On-Board Sensor Inputs
Type
(2) Hall Effect Solid-State
Sensors, (1) for Each Valve
Position
Local Indication
LEDs
Auxiliary Inputs
Type
(2) Namur, by DIN19234
or Mechanical Switch
8Vdc ± 5% - Ripple 5%
active <1mA Inactive >3mA
(2) LEDs
Reversed Polarized
Voltage
Current
Indicator
Protection
Output
Type
Active and Allocated
Active and Allocated
Wrong Baud Rate or Lost
Communication
Double Address or Lost
Communication
Transistor Rating
Relay Voltage
Relay Power
Indicator
(2) Transistor or Relay,
Programmable NO or NC
24VDC / 2 x 200 mA
120 VAC, 220 VAC, 24 VDC
0.30A
(2) LEDS
S
2
0 - DN7
Sensor
Quantity
Conduit
Intelligent Part Number System
F
Series
M
Cover
Description
Series:
Watchman (Nema 4)
Survivor (Plastic Nema 4)
Sentinel (Ex-Proof)
Y
Indicator
Code
F
P
A
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
M
F
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
N
Y
B - 5
Bearing
Shaft
Description
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 S
1
3
5
7
E
G
Network
Description
Code
Switch/Sensor Type
On Board Sensors
S
Sensor Quantity
2
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
3 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
2 - 3/4” F NPT (A Series)
3 - 3/4” F NPT (A Series)
0
6
0
5
DeviceNet
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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-DN7
Moniteur
PROFIBUS DP
Valve Position Controllers
Profibus Valve Position Controllers
Moniteur VPCs with encapsulated Profibus
interface cards adapt your on/off automated
valves to an advanced Profibus DP valve
network. The Profibus protocol was developed in
1989 by a group of factory automation suppliers.
Profibus-DP is a device level bus network that
supports both analog and discrete signals.
Profibus-DP has widespread usage for such
items as remote I/O systems, motor control
centers, and variable speed drives. Profibus-DP
communicates at speeds from 9.6 Kbps to 12
Mbps over distances from 100 to 1,000 meters.
Advanced Profibus DP Platform Improves Reliability
The Network Card. A full function encapsulated
network card for the network protocol includes the
following benefits:
 Encapsulated electronics and position sensors
ensures reliability in corrosive, humid and dirty
environments.
 Hall effect position sensors designed into the
card provide optimum stability in areas of high
vibration.
 Two transistor outputs with a combined output
of up to 4.8w @ 24VDC are available for your
solenoid valves
 High visibility LEDs are located on-board for
local indication of on-board sensors, auxiliary
inputs, outputs and network status.
 Two additional inputs are available for local
pressure or temperature switches.
The Physical Platform. Moniteur's platform is available in
many configurations:
 Housings in Aluminum, Hard Anodized Aluminum or
SuperTough Zytel for General Purpose or Hazardous
Areas
 Moniteur's proven Engineered Loc-Ring Cam and
Shaft Retention System assures stable output signals
in difficult environments over a multi-million cycle life.
 Optional Mini and Micro plug connectors can be fitted
to the conduit entries of the enclosures to speed
installation.
The Visual Indicator. Moniteur's High Visibility Valve
Position Indication preferred by users worldwide are
available in a wide variety of colors and flow patterns.
The Solenoid Valve. Low power solenoid valves
optimized for the network card output are available
with direct NAMUR actuator mounting or pre-wired to the
VPC.
Ò
Profibus DP Technical Information
 Each Network Supports up to 32 Devices per
Segment or 128 With Repeaters
 I/O Modules Allow Connection of Conventional
Analog and Discrete Devices
 Automatic Baud Rate up to 1.5 mp/s.
 Interfaces Available for Many Variable Speed Drives,
Motor Control Centers, and Field Devices
 Up to 1000 m Maximum Trunk Length Without
Repeaters, dependent upon the chosen Baud
Rate.
 Simple Integration of New Devices into an Existing
Network
 Supports Both Discrete and Analog Signals
 Supports Mono-Master and Multi-Master Systems
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form VN9-1411
Moniteur
PROFIBUS DP
Valve Position Controllers
8
7
8
3
V-
A
B
7
White
Green
Shield
Red
V+
Shield
NO
COM
NO
6
Profibus
BUS
5
COM
-
4
+
9
1
3
-
9
0
2
+
Sol 2
3
Sol 1
2
Profibus DP
0 1
6
Sw 2
X1
X10
5
Sw 1
Rotary Address Selection
Transistor Outputs
4
Mechanical
Contacts
Red/Yellow
Wiring Diagram
9
SOLENOIDS
1 AND 2
Standard ProfibusÒ Network Card Specifications
Power
Voltage
Current
On-Board Sensor Inputs (2) Hall Effect Solid-State
Type
Sensors, (1) for Each Valve
Position
Local Indication
Red LEDs
24Vdc ±10%
<40mA
Communication
Type
Communication
Word
Addressing
Transmission Rate
`
Local Indication
Green (Light)
Slave
Polled
1 Byte TX, 1 Byte RX
0 to 99, by Rotary Switch
up to 1.5 mp/s Baud
Solenoid Output
Type
Transistor Rating
Indicator
Mechanical Inputs
Type
Activation
Active and Allocated
(2) Transistor
Programmable to NO or NC
24VDC / 2 X 200 mA
(2) Red LEDs
(2) Mechanical Contacts
Open / Closed Circuit
Intelligent Part Number System
F
Series
M
Cover
Description
Series:
Watchman (Nema 4)
Survivor (Plastic Nema 4)
Sentinel (Ex-Proof)
Y
Indicator
Code
F
P
A
Moniteur
With Indicator
Flat Cover
M
F
Indicator Type (open/closed)
No Indicator (Flat Cover)
Black / Yellow (Standard)
N
Y
B - 5
Bearing
Shaft
S
2
0 - DP7
Sensor
Quantity
Conduit
Description
Code
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless
B
S
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 303 SS
Low Profile NAMUR 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
NAMUR 316 S
1
3
5
7
E
G
Network
Description
Code
Switch/Sensor Type
On Board Sensors
S
Sensor Quantity
2
Conduit Connection
2 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
3 - 1/2” F NPT (F & P Series)
2 - 3/4” F NPT (A Series)
3 - 3/4” F NPT (A Series)
0
6
0
5
Profibus DP
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
PROFIBUS DP
Valve Position Controllers
Data Map for Profibus DP
Diagnosis Bits
The Profibus DP valve monitor has diagnosis of short-circuit or solenoid open and the power supply voltage, indicating the
fault locally through the PWR LED.
Input
Output
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 0
Bit 1
sensor 1
sensor 2
MC1
MC2
Power Supply
output 1
output 2
sol 1
sol 2
hall sensor
mechanical contact
under or overvoltage
< 19V or > 29V
short-circuit or open
solenoid
The module also allows the bits to be viewed in configuration software, see the table below the meaning of each bit.
Input Bits
Bit
Operation Description
Signaling LED
-
Bit 0
indicates the activation of the sensor 1
indicates the activation of the sensor 2
indicates the closing of mechanic contact 1
indicates the closing of mechanic contact 2
Bit 5
Bit 6
1 - sensor 2 activated
0 - contact 1 open
1 - contact 1 closed
0 - contact 2 open
MC2
yellow
Bit 4
0 - sensor 2 deactivated
MC1
yellow
Bit 3
1 - sensor 1 activated
S2
yellow
Bit 2
0 - sensor 1 deactivated
S1
yellow
Bit 1
Bit Sent to PLC
PW - red
indicates the power supply state
undervoltage < 19V - overvoltage > 29V
PW
indicates the output 1 state
PW LED also indicates output in short-circuit or open
PW
indicates the output 2 state
PW LED also indicates output in short-circuit or open
PW
PW - green
PW - red
PW - green
PW - red
PW - green
1 - contact 2 closed
0 - under or overvoltage
1 - power supply in normal condition
0 - output 1 short-circuited or open
1 - output 1 in normal condition
0 - output 2 short-circuited or open
1 - output 2 in normal condition
Output Bits
Bit
Operation Description
Signaling LED
-
Bit 0
indicates the activation of the output 1
indicates the activation of the output 2
0 - output 1 deactivated
SOL1
yellow
Bit 1
Bit Sent to PLC
1 - output 1 activated
0 - output 2 deactivated
SOL2
yellow
1 - output 2 activated
Note: the indication of open or short-circuit of outputs indicated by PW LED only work when its output is activated.
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
SERIES 40 / 41
Pneumatic & Electro-Pneumatic Positioners
A Solid Workhorse You Can Depend On
For Consistent, Reliable Control
Moniteur's Series 40 Pneumatic (3-15psi) and Series 41 ElectroPneumatic (4-20mA) positioners are advanced control devices
which provide unparalleled stability in difficult environments.
> Rugged Aluminum Housing with a triple corrosion-resistant
interior and exterior coating stands up to harsh environments
> Reduced Bleed Pilot Valve reduces air consumption by
more than 50%
> No Spool Valves are used for air delivery, improving
resistance to dirty plant air
> Unique Magnetic 4-20 mA I/P automatically compensates
for supply pressure, atmospheric pressure and ambient
temperature changes, and is unaffected by EMF. The
vibration resistant design has no resonance effects from 5200Hz
> Precise Calibration with simple SPAN and ZERO
adjustments.
> Precision Zero-Hysteresis Coupling System for NAMUR
actuators provides superior accuracy and repeatability by
eliminating "slop".
> Stainless Steel Gauges Standard
> Optional Limit Switches and 4-20mA Feedback
> Each Positoner Performance Tested - Test results included
in the box with each positioner guarantee consistent
performance.
All Rugged, Metal Parts Inside
Pilot Valve
Visual Indicator
Zero Adjusting Screw
Cam
Terminal Box
Torque Motor I/P
Span Adjusting Screw
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Form P3-0403
Moniteur
SERIES 40 / 41
Pneumatic & Electro-Pneumatic Positioners
Specifications -3-15 psi Pneumatic
Specifications - 4-20 mA Electro-Pneumatic
Input Signal
3 - 15 psig
Split Range Standard
Input Signal
4 - 20 mA @ 24 VDC
Split Range Standard
Impedance
N/A
Impedance
250 +/- 15 ohms
Stroke Range:
0 - 90°
Stroke Range:
0 - 90°
Supply Range:
20 to 100 PSIG
Supply Range:
20 to 100 PSIG
Air Delivery:
7 SCFM
Air Delivery:
7 SCFM
Air Consumption:
0.26 SCFM
Air Consumption:
0.15 SCFM
Operating Temperature:
-4° to +158° F
Operating Temperature:
-4° to +158° F
Linearity
+/- 1%
Linearity
+/- 1%
Hysteresis
1% max.
Hysteresis
1% max.
Sensitivity
+/- 0.5%
Sensitivity
+/- 0.5%
Repeatability
+/- 0.5%
Repeatability
+/- 0.5%
Pneumatic Connections:
1/8 NPT - Gauge Ports
1/4 NPT - Supply / Outlet
Pneumatic Connections:
1/8 NPT - Gauge Ports
1/4 NPT - Supply / Outlet
Enclosure:
Designed to NEMA 4, 4X
Enclosure:
Designed to NEMA 4, 4X
Enclosure Weight:
Approx. 4.8 lbs.
Enclosure Weight:
Approx. 6.5 lbs.
Principle Of Operation - Rotary Positioner
Automatic
Manual (Do not move)
Stopper Screw
Do not move
OUT 1
Change-over screw
(Built-in bleed restriction)
Air Supply
Sensitivity adjusting screw
OUT 2
(Adjusts GAIN - Do not move)
Pilot Valve
Inlet Valve A
Inlet Valve B
Vent
Counter Weight
Compensation
Spring
Zero
adjusting
Spring
Diaphragm
Exhaust Valve
Flapper
Nozzle
Zero
adjusting
Screw
Feedback
Spring
Plate
Spring
Torque
Motor
Terminal Box
Actuator
As the signal current from the controller
increases, the plate spring of the torque
motor works as a pivot. As the armature
receives the rotary torque in the counterclockwise direction, the counter-weight
is pushed to the left, the clearance
between the nozzle and the flapper will
increase, and the nozzle back pressure
will decrease. As a result, the exhaust
valve of the pilot valve moves to the
right, and the output pressure of OUT1
increases (as OUT 2 decreases) to
move the actuator.
The movement of the actuator in turn
rotates the feedback shaft and spring.
The actuator stays in the position where
the spring force is balanced with the
force generated by the input current in
the torque motor. The compensation
spring is for direct feedback of the
motion of the exhaust valve, and is
connected to the counter weight to
enhance the stability of the loop. The
zero point is adjusted by changing the
zero adjustment spring tension.
Armature
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
SERIES 40 / 41
Pneumatic & Electro-Pneumatic Positioners
Intelligent Part Number System
4
1 N - E
Series 40
Description
Shaft
Code
Series:
Pneumatic
Electro-Pneumatic
40
41
Shaft: Rotary NAMUR
N
Electrical Ratings
Standard (Pneumatic Only)
Ex md IIT6 (Standard for 4-20)
Intrinsically Safe
S
E
A
Rating
N - S
1
Pilot
Description
Pilot Valve
Standard Orifice
Small Orifice Kit Included
Position Feedback
None
4-20 mA
2 SPDT Limit Switches
4-20 MA + Limit Switches
Feedback
Code
1
N
T
S
TS
F
Gauges
Indicator
Description
Code
Gauges
Stainless Steel (Standard)
S
Indication: Flat Dial
F
NAMUR Brackets
80x30x20
80x30x30
130x30x30
130 x 30 x 50
BKT-FS1206
BKT-FS1516
BKT-FS1306
BKT-FS1616
Positioners include: linear feedback cam, 7 SCFM spool valve and gauges
Piping Configuration - Reverse Acting
> Actuator Stem Rotates Counter-Clockwise As Input Signal Increases
> Cam should be set with RA upwards (standard factory setting)
For Spring-Return Actuators
For Double-Acting Actuators
OUT 2
OUT 1
OUT 1
Plug OUT 2 Port
Piping Configuration - Direct Acting
> Actuator Stem Rotates Clockwise As Input Signal Increases
> Cam should be set with DA upwards
For Spring-Return Actuators
OUT 2
For Double-Acting Actuators
OUT 1
OUT 2
Plug OUT 1 Port
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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SERIES 40 / 41
Pneumatic & Electro-Pneumatic Positioners
4.33
Dimensions (in.)
Series 40 Pneumatic
OUT 2 (1/4" NPT)
4.38
.67
OUT 1 (1/4" NPT)
SUPPLY (1/4" NPT)
0.43”
M8-1.25 x 3
6.61”
1.97
4.80”
2.56”
1.10”
SIGNAL (1/4" NPT)
3.46”
1.63
Dimensions (in.)
Series 41 Electro-Pneumatic
4.33
OUT 2 (1/4" NPT)
4.38
.67
OUT 1 (1/4" NPT)
0.43”
SUPPLY (1/4" NPT)
6.61”
M8-1.25 x 3
1.97
4.80”
2.56”
1.10”
3.46”
7.99”
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
SERIES 40 / 41
ROTARY POSITIONER
Bottom Mounting Dimensions (in.)
0.43”
6.61”
M8-1.25 x 3
4.80”
2.56”
1.10”
3.46”
7.99”
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Installation and Operating Instructions
Series 40 Positioners
INSTALLATION & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SERIES 40 Positioners
Form IO2-0406
Moniteur
Installation and Operating Instructions
Series 40 Positioners
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of ignition of
hazardous atmospheres, disconnect the
device from the supply circuit before
opening. Keep assembly tightly closed
during operation.
Description of Device
Moniteur's Series 40 pneumatic (3-15psi) and electropneumatic (4-20mA) positioners are advanced control
devices for rotary or linear valves which provide
unparalleled stability in difficult environments.
! Rugged Aluminum Housing With a Triple CorrosionResistant Interior and Exterior Coating stands up to
harsh environments
Positioning
Moniteur Series 40 positioners can be mounted in any
position.
! Reduced Bleed Pilot Valve reduces air consumption by
more than 50%
Mounting Brackets
For the installation of the rotary positioner, a mounting
bracket has been designed for actuators with the 80 x
30 mm NAMUR accessory pattern. For the 130 x 30
pattern, the block-type mounting bracket is available.
See diagrams below:
! Precise Calibration with simple SPAN and ZERO
adjustments.
! Magnetic 4-20 mA I/P Converter provides automatic
compensation for supply pressure, atmospheric
pressure and ambient temperature changes, and is
unaffected by EMF.
! Zero-Hysteresis Coupling System provides superior
accuracy and repeatability by eliminating "slop".
! Vibration Resistant Design maintains consistent
performance in poor conditions - no resonance effects
from 5 - 200Hz
Bracket for the 80 x 30 NAMUR pattern
! Stainless Steel Gauges
! Optional Limit Switches and 4-20mA Feedback
! Each Positoner Performance Tested - Test results are
included with each positioner
Bracket for the 130 x 30 NAMUR pattern
Part Number System
The series and part number are located on the nameplate. The part number can be deciphered in the table below.
4
1 N - E 1 N - S F
Series 40
Description
Shaft
Code
Series:
Pneumatic
Electro-Pneumatic
40
41
Shaft
Rotary NAMUR
Linear 10-80mm
Linear 80-150 mm
N
L
S
Rating
Pilot
Description
Feedback
Code
Electrical Ratings
Standard / None
Ex md IIT6
Intrinsically Safe
S
E
I
Pilot Valve
Standard Orifice
Small Orifice
Extra-Small Orifice
1
2
3
Gauges
Indicator
Description
Code
Position Feedback
None
4-20 mA
2 SPDT Limit Switches
N
T
S
Gauges
None
Standard
N
S
Indication
Flat Dial
Dome
F
D
M O N I T E U R
D E V I C E S
I N C O R P O R A T E D
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Moniteur
Installation and Operating Instructions
Series 40 Positioners
Specifications -3-15 psi Pneumatic
Specifications - 4-20 mA Electro-Pneumatic
Input Signal
3 - 15 psig
Split Range Available
Input Signal
4 - 20 mA @ 24 VDC
Split Range Available
Impedance
N/A
Impedance
250 +/- 15 ohms
Stroke Range:
0 - 90°
Stroke Range:
0 - 90°
Supply Range:
20 to 100 PSIG
Supply Range:
20 to 100 PSIG
Air Delivery:
7 SCFM
Air Delivery:
7 SCFM
Air Consumption:
0.26 SCFM
Air Consumption:
0.15 SCFM
Operating Temperature:
-4° to +158° F
Operating Temperature:
-4° to +158° F
Linearity
+/- 1%
Linearity
+/- 1%
Hysteresis
1% max.
Hysteresis
1% max.
Sensitivity
+/- 0.5%
Sensitivity
+/- 0.5%
Repeatability
+/- 0.5%
Repeatability
+/- 0.5%
Pneumatic Connections:
1/8 NPT - Gauge Ports
1/4 NPT - Supply / Outlet
Pneumatic Connections:
1/8 NPT - Gauge Ports
1/4 NPT - Supply / Outlet
Enclosure:
Designed to NEMA 4, 4X
Enclosure:
Designed to NEMA 4, 4X
Enclosure Weight:
Approx. 4.8 lbs.
Enclosure Weight:
Approx. 6.5 lbs.
Principle Of Operation
Automatic
Manual
Stopper Screw
Do not move
OUT 1
Change-over screw
(Built-in bleed restriction)
Air Supply
Sensitivity adjusting screw
(Adjusts GAIN)
OUT 2
Pilot Valve
Inlet Valve A
Inlet Valve B
Counter Weight
Compensation
Spring
Zero
adjusting
Spring
Diaphragm
Exhaust Valve
Flapper
Nozzle
Zero
adjusting
Screw
Feedback
Spring
Plate
Spring
Torque
Motor
Terminal Box
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Armature
Actuator
As the signal current from the controller
increases, the plate spring of the torque
motor works as a pivot. As the armature
receives the rotary torque in the counterclockwise direction, the counter-weight
is pushed to the left, the clearance
between the nozzle and the flapper will
increase, and the nozzle back pressure
will decrease. As a result, the exhaust
valve of the pilot valve moves to the
right, and the output pressure of OUT1
increases (as OUT 2 decreases) to
move the actuator.
The movement of the actuator in turn
rotates the feedback shaft and spring.
The actuator stays in the position where
the spring force is balanced with the
force generated by the input current in
the torque motor. The compensation
spring is for direct feedback of the
motion of the exhaust valve, and is
connected to the counter weight to
enhance the stability of the loop. The
zero point is adjusted by changing the
zero adjustment spring tension.
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Installation and Operating Instructions
Series 40 Positioners
Mounting the Positioner and Attaching the
Feedback Lever
1. Mount the bracket to the actuator. The bracket kits include
screws for both metric and English threads.
2. Mount Feedback lever to actuator -three different feedback
levers are included in the bracket kit with different threads to
match your actuator and are labeled accordingly. Thread the
proper lever into the actuator first before mounting the positioner
and bracket to the actuator.
3. Once the bracket has been mounted to the actuator, mount the
positioner to the bracket. Be sure that the feedback lever is in
perfect alignment with the rotary actuator output shaft. The spring
pin of feedback shaft acts as a guide and should be placed in the
orifice of the feedback lever. Please note that linearity and
hysteresis will suffer if alignment is not correct.
Air Connections
Reverse Acting
6
Spring-Return Actuators
Actuator Stem Rotates Counter-Clockwise
As Input Signal Increases(Clockwise to
close) - Cam should be set with RA upwards
(standard factory setting)
OUT 1
Double-Acting Actuators
OUT 1
OUT 2
OUT 2 Port must be plugged
Direct Acting
6
Actuator Stem Rotates Clockwise As Input
Signal Increases(Counter-clockwise to
close) - Cam should be set with DA upwards
Spring-Return Actuators
OUT 2
Double-Acting Actuators
OUT 2
OUT 1
OUT 1 Port must be plugged
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Series 40 Positioners
Wiring Diagrams
CAUTION: Always check that the electrical load is within the range stated on the nameplate. Failure
to remain within electrical ratings may result in damage to or premature failure of the electrical
switches, sensors or transmitter electronics.
4-20 mA
INPUT
+
4-20 mA
INPUT
--
1 2
+
GROUND
INPUT
Series 41 Standard
4 - 20 mA input
4-20 mA
OUTPUT
--
1 2
+
INPUT
+
--
3 4
1 2
INPUT
Series 41 w / Output
4 - 20 mA input and output
C
NO
GROUND
3 4 5
6 7 8
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 2
Series 41 w / Switches
4 - 20 mA input
Specifications - Current Output
Power Supply Rating
Recommended
Power Supply
Output Signal
Operating Temperature
Load Impedance
Max. Output
Linearity
Hysteresis
Repeatability
Adjustment
NC
C
NO
--
OUTPUT
GROUND
NC
4-20 mA
INPUT
NC
4-20 mA
OUTPUT
15 - 28 VDC loop power
+
C
NO
NC
--
24 VDC
GROUND
1 2
4 - 20 mA
INPUT
-20° to 175° F
0 - 10K ohms at 24 VDC
Series 40
55 mA DC
w/ 4-20 mA output
+/- 1.0%
1.0% of full scale
+/- 0.5% of full scale
Zero and Span in Terminal Box
GROUND
1 2 3
4 5 6
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 2
Series 40
w / Switch output
Specifications - Limit Switches
Contacts
AC Rating
DC Rating
Adjustment
SPDT Form C
5A - 125 VAC / 3A - 250 VAC
1A - 24 VDC
cams with set screws
Cam and Indicator Adjustment
WARNING: When adjusting or replacing cams, be sure to shut off air supply to the positioner.
Otherwise, the positioner might react suddenly and cause damage or injury.
1. Loosen the flange nut on the cam. Match the part of
the cam with "0" marked on it with the center of bearing,
as shown to the right. The span adjusting arm unit
should now be aligned.
2.Tighten the flange nut of cam after setting the cam.
3. After cam installation, proceed to adjust zero and
span. Once this is complete, secure the indicator with
the blot (M3) to the feedback shaft. The position for
indicator should be arranged according in the scale
(0 - 90 degrees) shown on the cover.
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NO
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Series 40 Positioners
WARNING: Before adjusting the Span and Zero, or making any other adjustments to the positioner,
make sure all air connections are correct and match your actuator type. See page 3 for details.
Span and Zero Adjustment
1) Set input signal to 4mA (24 VDC) while positioner is at the 0% or stroke starting point. Turn the zero
adjustment knob clockwise or counter clockwise to set the zero position.
2) Check the stroke of actuator by setting the signal to 20 mA at 24 VDC. If the stroke does not meet 100%, turn
the span adjustment screw clockwise or counter clockwise until 100% is reached.
3) Set input signal back to 4 mA (24 VDC) and adjust the zero adjustment screw until starting point is reached.
4) Repeat the process until the desired set points are reached.
NOTE: Due to variations in circuitry and environmental effects, often 0% is set at 4.5 mA and 100% 13.5 mA to
make sure that at the end points the valve will be fully open or fully closed.
Auto / Manual Operation - Pilot Valve Calibration
For manual operation using an external air regulator, set the Auto / Manual switch on the located on the pilot valve
to M. This will bypass the 4-20 mA input signal. Normally this function is not used.
The pilot valve is calibrated at the factory. For reliable operation of the positioner, no adjustments should be made.
WARNING: Adjusting the factory calibration screw
will void the warranty and may cause irreversible
damage to the positioner.
Auto / Manual Screw
Stopper Screw
Internal View Of the Series 40
Factory Calibration Screw
DO NOT MOVE
Pilot Valve
Visual Indicator
Zero Adjusting Screw
Cam
Terminal Box
Torque Motor I/P
Span Adjusting Screw
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Series 40 Positioners
Optional Restricted Pilot Valve Orifice
WARNING: Before removing pilot valve, be sure to disconnect
positioner from the signal and compressed air source.
For improved control using smaller actuators, a restricted pilot valve orifice
kit is included with the positioner. To install, the pilot valve must be
removed from the positioner. Remove the four screws holding the pilot to
the positioner body. As you remove the valve, be sure to hold the
compensation spring (see page 2) in place. Flip the valve so the bottom
faces you. Remove the o-rings from the out 1 and out 2 ports (as shown in
the diagram at right). Place the orifice plates in their place with new o-rings
above them, and re-install the pilot valve, making sure the compensation
spring is back in place. The positioner is now set up for smaller actuators.
orifice
o-ring
Troubleshooting Tips
Hunting
* If your actuator is small, install orifice resitrictions
in ports 1 and 2 of the pilot valve.
* The nozzle might be clogged. Take the metal wire
located in the positioner cover and clean the
nozzle.
Poor Linearity
* Air supply might be unstable - check or install a
pressure regulator.
* Check Zero and Span adjustments
* Loose feedback lever - tighten feedback lever
Poor Hysteresis
* Loose mounting of the actuator to the positioner tighten the mounting bracket.
* Adjust the seat, using the seat adjuster (double
acting actuators only)
4.33
Dimensions (in.)
OUT 2 (1/4" NPT)
4.38
.67
OUT 1 (1/4" NPT)
6.61
SUPPLY (1/4" NPT)
Moniteur
6.30
4.80 1.97
6.61
1.63
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VPT Series - Form IO1-0202
DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE
The Moniteur Visual Indicator is a mechanical device that
graphically displays the angular displacement of a quarter
turn valve or any other device operating between 0 and 90
degrees. The Moniteur Indicator represents a true
indication of valve position. It is infinitely adjustable, and
delivers a 100% change of indication, displaying 90
degrees of rotation by utilizing an amplified mechanical
drive. Moniteur Valve Position Transmitters have
enclosures meeting the following requirements:
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of ignition of
hazardous atmospheres, disconnect the
device from the supply circuit before
opening. Keep assembly tightly closed
during operation.
Pollution Degree - "4"
Installation Category - "I”
Operating Temperature (deg. C) -40 to 80
Positioning- Moniteur Valve Position Transmitters can
be mounted in any position.
Sentinel - Nema 4, 4x - Watertight, Nema 7
Explosion-proof and Nema 9 Dust - Ignition-proof,
Class 1, Division 1 Groups C&D, Class I, Division 1
Groups E, F, & G, Class 1, Division 2 Groups A, B
(TTL switches and Inductive Sensors only)
Mounting Dimensions (for all switches)
STD
O
P
E
N
Sentinel II - Nema 4, 4x Watertight, Nema 7
Explosion-proof and Nema 9 Dust - Ignition-proof,
Class 1, Division 1 Groups A, B, C&D, Class II,
Division 1, Groups E, F, & G
NAMUR
LONG
NAMUR
A
0.249
0.156
0.156
B
0.53
0.62
1.25
Watchman / Watchman II / Survivor / Scout - Nema 4,
4x -Watertight
Survivor II - Nema 4, 4x - Watertight,
Series ‘
Q’
(FM) Install per drawing no. S2CF
Non-incendive Division 2 All Groups
Series ‘
R’
(CSA)
Division 2 All Groups
The Survivor II unit must be supplied by an SELV
source in accordance with C22.2 No. 1010.1 Annex H.
PART NUMBER SYSTEM
The series and part number are located
on the nameplate. The part number can
be deciphered in the table below.
Description
Code
Series
Sentinel
Sentinel-II
Watchman
Watchman-II
Survivor
Survivor-II (FM)
Survivor-II (CSA)
Scout
Indicateur
A
C
F
H
P
Q
R
V
I
Cover
With Moniteur
Flat Cover (No Moniteur)
M
F
Moniteur
No Indicator
Black / Yellow
3-Way Path O,T,F
4-Way Path S
180 degree “
T”
Green, Red, Blue / White
Green / Red
Red / Green
0-100%
N
Y
O,T,F
S
1
G,R,B
A
C
P
Form IO1-0202
B
A
2.25
5/16-18 (4x)
SQ. BOLT PATTERN
A M Y B - 5 1
Series
Cover
Moniteur
Description
Bearing
Bronze
303 Stainless Steel
Shaft
Standard 303 SS
Standard 316 SS
NAMUR 303 SS
Long NAMUR 303 SS
Switch Type
Cherry 15A
SPDT Mechanical
Tungsten TTL 3A
SPDT Non-Contact
Prism Gold Plated 1A
SPDT Mechanical
ITW 10A
DPDT Mechanical
Rhodium TTL 1A
SPST Non-Contact
Krystal TTL 0.3A
SPDT Non-Contact
NEO-X 0.3A
NO Sensor
Bearing
Code
B
S
1
3
5
E
Shaft
Switch
2
0
Quantity
Conduit
Description
Rhodium TTL 1A
SPDT Non-Contact
Bifurcated TTL 3A
SPST Non-Contact
P&F NJ2-V3 NAMUR
Inductive Sensor
P&F NBB3-V3-Z4
Inductive Sensor
Switch Quantity
1
2
3
4
7
L
A
Code
T
B
8
K
1-6
Conduit (Watchman / Survivor)
0
(2) ½" F NPT
6
(3) ½" F NPT
8
(1) ½" F + (1) ½" M NPT
Conduit (Sentinel)
(2) ¾" F NPT
(3) ¾ " F
(2) ¾" F + (1) ½" F NPT
(1) ¾" F + (1) ½" M NPT
0
5
6
8
Output (add suffix to part number)
- 420
Current 4 - 20mA
- 1K
Resistive 0 - 1k Ω
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VPT Series
INSTALLATION - ADJUSTING THE VISUAL INDICATOR
1. Mount the valve position transmitter to the valve or actuator with the
correct mounting bracket.
Clear Cover
2. Determine the true valve position and compare the Moniteur's
Indication with the true valve position. If the Moniteur display is
synchronized, proceed to Step 12. If it is not, continue to Step 3.
3. Remove the clear Moniteur cover by turning it counter-clockwise to
disengage the detent and then lift it off. Determine the level of
adjustment that needs to be made. If only a small adjustment is
necessary (less than 20 degrees in either direction), proceed to step 4.
If a larger adjustment is required, such as 45, 90 or 135 degrees from
default, proceed to step 7.
4. Remove the Moniteur Visual Indicator by lifting it upward off the shaft
and the Infinite Adjusting Ring. Loosen screws B and C shown in fig.1
(do not remove screws). The Infinite adjusting ring should rotate freely
over the enclosure cover of the Valve Position Transmitter.
5. Return the Moniteur Indicator to the output shaft. As it slides down
along the shaft, be sure that the Moniteur Indicator's base engages
the Infinite Adjusting Ring on pins “
E”
. (fig.1)
Moniteur
RUETI N O M
MONITEUR
Screw “
B”
Screw “
C”
6. Rotate the Moniteur Indicator by applying a light rotational force to the
vertical vanes to synchronize it with the true valve position. Once
aligned, proceed to Step 9. If further adjustment is necessary, you will
need to continue with Step 7.
7. Remove the Moniteur Visual Indicator by lifting it upward off the shaft
and the Infinite Adjusting Ring. Remove screws B and C from the
Infinite Adjusting Ring. Rotate the setting ring and match the number on
the plastic ring with the number cast into the enclosure, according to
the following requirements:
90 - 90: as shipped from the factory - shipped as “
Open”
.
45 - 45: “
Open”
is 45 degrees CCW in travel from default.
135 - 135: “
Open”
is 45 degrees CW in travel from default.
180 - 180: “
Open”
is 90 degrees CW or CCW from default.
(This is the setting to switch default indication from
Open to Closed.)
Return screws B and C to their appropriate threaded holes,
but do not tighten them completely. Now return the Moniteur
Indicator to the output shaft. Be sure that the Indicator's
base engages the infinite adjusting ring on pins “
E”
. (fig.1)
Pin “
E”
45
081
Adjusting
Ring “
A”
Pin “
E”
8. Rotate the Moniteur Indicator by applying a light rotational
force to the vertical vanes to further synchronize the
Indicator with the true valve position.
9. Remove the Moniteur Indicator, being careful not to rotate
the Infinite Adjustment Ring. Hold Ring stationary and
tighten screws B and C.
10. Return the Moniteur Indicator being certain that both the output shaft and pins “
E”
of the Infinite Adjusting Ring are engaged.
11. Return the clear Moniteur cover by inserting it into the breach lock on the
enclosure cover and turning it Clock-wise until the unit engages the detent.
Fig. 1
12. Cycle the valve to the opposite extremity. If the Moniteur Indicator is displaying the
correct valve position, installation is complete. If not, it is probably because the
actuator is not moving exactly 90 degrees. Adjust the stroke of the actuator so that
it is rotating 90 degrees and the Moniteur Indicator will indicate the correct valve
position. Installation is now complete.
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VPT Series
WARNING: To prevent the possibility of personal injury or property damage, turn off electrical power
before inspection, adjustment, or removal of the valve position transmitter.
INSTALLATION - SETTING MECHANICAL SWITCHES (Switch Types 1, 3 and 4)
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the
housing and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
switches will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Rotate the cam in the direction of shaft rotation until the cam engages
the switch and closes the normally open contact for SPDT and DPDT switches.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the switches are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them in
stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
INSTALLATION - SETTING TTL MAGNETIC SWITCHES (Switch Types 2, T and B)
NOTE: To properly set switches, an ohm meter or equivalent devices will be required.
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the housing
and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
switches will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Using the arrow only as a guide, rotate the cam in the direction of shaft
rotation until the circle on the cam and the arrow on the switch are aligned with
each other. IMPORTANT - To be sure the normally open contact is now closed,
you must use an ohm meter or equivalent device to check the setting.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the switches are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them
in stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
INSTALLATION - SETTING INDUCTIVE SENSORS (Switch Types 8, K and M)
NOTE: To properly set sensors, an appropriate sensor tester will be required.
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening the screws holding the housing
and cover assembly together.
2. Move the valve or valve actuator assembly to a position where one or more of the
sensors will be required to operate noting the direction of VPT shaft rotation.
3. Determine which switch is to be set and lift or depress the corresponding cam as
required. Using the target area only as a guide, rotate the cam in the direction of
shaft rotation until the pin on the cam and the target area on the sensor are aligned
with each other. If the sensor has an LED, it should light now. IMPORTANT - To be
sure the sensor is now actuated you must use an appropriate sensor tester.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until all of the sensors are set.
5. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To ensure that the shaft alignment
is secured, bring all of the screws in contact with the cover and then tighten them in
stages moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
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VPT Series
CAUTION: Always check that the electrical load is within the range stated on the nameplate. Failure to
adhere to the ratings may result in damage to or premature failure of the electrical switches or sensors.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Code
1
3
4
Code
2
E
7
T
L
B
Code
8
K
M
A
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Form
Cherry - SPDT
Prism Gold Plated - SPDT
ITW - DPDT
15A - 250V
1A - 120V
10A - 250V
2.5A - 24V
1A - 24V
7A - 24V
C
C
CC
Switch Type
AC Rating
DC Rating
Form
Tungsten TTL - SPDT
Tungsten TTL HV - SPDT
Rhodium TTL - SPST
Rhodium TTL - SPDT
Krystal TTL - SPDT
Bifurcated TTL - SPST
3A - 120V
0.4A - 240V
1A - 120V
1A - 120V
0.3A - 120V
3A - 120V
2A - 24V
0.4A - 240 V
1A - 24V
1A - 24V
0.3A - 24V
2A - 24V
C
C
A
C
C
A
Supply
Voltage
Load Current /
Target Absent
Load Current /
Target Present
Operation
5-25 VDC
5-60 VDC
5-25 VDC
10-250 VAC/VDC
< 1 mA
< 0.7 mA
< 1 mA
< 1 mA
3 - 15 mA
4 - 100 mA
3 - 15 mA
3 - 300 mA
NAMUR
PNP
NAMUR
NO
Sensor
P & F NJ2-V3
P & F NBB3-V3-Z4
Moniteur NAMUR
Moniteur NEO-X
Note: In Survivor II enclosures, Voltage and Current Ratings are lower, see Nameplate for appropriate ratings.
WARNING: All Inductive Sensors must be connected with the appropriate PLC, microprocessor or
relay load. Otherwise, damage can result to the sensors. Check the sensor installation sheet in the box.
WIRING OF VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER
1. Remove VPT cover from the housing by loosening
the screws. Holding the housing and cover
assembly together, lift the cover from the housing.
2. Follow the wiring diagram located inside the cover
of the VPT. Be sure to secure all the appropriate
connections including the ground. The diagram at
left relates the wiring diagram to the terminal block.
3. Replace the VPT cover and tighten the screws. To
ensure that the shaft alignment mechanism
functions properly, bring all of the screws in contact
with the cover and then tighten them in stages
moving from one screw to its diagonal counterpart.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TERMINAL BLOCK AND WIRING DIAGRAM
WARNING (FOR ENCLOSURE TYPES 4, 4x, 7 and 9 ONLY): To prevent fire or explosion, use only with
a seal fitting within 18 inches of the position transmitter enclosure.
CLEANING VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER
If desired, use a damp rag or cloth to clean the outside of the position transmitter. No routine cleaning or
maintenance is required for reliable, long term operation of the device.
WARNING: If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS for Common Products
416-2C
(2) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
416-2D
(2) DPDT - SW Type 4
SWITCH 1
SOL
416-4C
(4) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
SWITCH 3
15 16 17
NC
C
18 19 20
1 2 3
4 5 6
C
NO
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
NO
BLUE
SOL
C
RED
SWITCH 4
24 25 26
NC
WHITE
SWITCH 3
NO
BLACK
SWITCH 2
C
NO
PINK
SWITCH 1
C
GROUND
NC
YELLOW
13 14
BLUE
10 11 12
RED
7 8 9
NO
SWITCH 2
NC
WHITE
4 5 6
BLACK
1 2 3
RED
21 22 23
SWITCH 1
NC
NC
C
NO
BLACK
PINK
YELLOW
NO
BLUE
RED
WHITE
NO
BLACK
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 4
NC
C
NO
RED
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 3
NC
C
NO
13 14 GROUND
SOL
SWITCH 4
NC
C
WHITE
NC
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
PINK
10 11 12
SWITCH 2
416-4D
(4) DPDT - SW Type 4
C
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
YELLOW
BLUE
RED
BLACK
BLUE
RED
WHITE
BLACK
PINK
7 8 9
PINK
SWITCH 2
4 5 6
SWITCH 1
BLUE
SWITCH 1
1 2 3
GROUND
NO
YELLOW
7 8
C
NO
7 8 9
PINK
4 5 6
C
NO
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
NC
YELLOW
1 2 3
C
NO
NC
YELLOW
C
SWITCH 2
NC
WHITE
NC
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
RED
BLACK
WHITE
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
RED
BLACK
WHITE
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
10 11 12
13 14 GROUND
416-2D-1P
(2) DPDT - SW Type 4 w/ (1) Pot
416-4C-16T
(4) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
15 16 17 18 19 20
1 2 3
C
4 5 6
10 11 12
SWITCH 2
SWITCH 6
NC
NO
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
10 11 12
4 5 6
NO
PINK
RED
C
7 8 9
10 11 12
SWITCH 2
SWITCH 1
416-2C-1P
(2) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
w/ (1) Pot
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
NC
NO
BLUE
C
WHITE
PINK
BLUE
RED
BLACK
1 2 3
13 14
NC
NO
YELLOW
NC
C
NO
BLACK
NC
C
24 25 26
SWITCH 2
YELLOW
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
--
22 23
SWITCH 1
RED
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
7 8 9
SWITCH 4
NC
C
NO
WHITE
RED
+
GROUND
18 19 20
SWITCH 3
NC
C
NO
BLACK
RED
WHITE
4 5 6
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
1 2 3
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
13 14 GROUND
SOL
4-20 mA
OUTPUT
C
15 16 17
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
416-2D-1T
(2) DPDT - SW Type 4 w/ (1) Pot
416-6C
(6) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
C
NO
7 8 9
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 5
NC
NO
NC
C
NO
PINK
NC
NO
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
RED
NC
C
YELLOW
SWITCH 1
GROUND
WHITE
15 16
24 25 26
21 22 23
BLACK
13 14
PINK
10 11 12
Red
Black
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE #2
YELLOW
7 8 9
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE #1
RED
RED
BLACK
WHITE
SWITCH 4
NC
C
NO
BLUE
4 5 6
WHITE
RED
BLACK
SWITCH 3
NC
C
NO
RED
1 2 3
WHITE
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
White
Resistive Output 1
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
13 14 GROUND
SOL
416-2C-1T
(2) SPDT - SW Types 1, 2, C, E, T
w/ (1) 4-20 mA
Resistive Output
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 2
SOL
9 10 11
12
GROUND
SWITCH 2
NC
NO
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
RED
C
WHITE
RED
WHITE
BLACK
White
Red
Black
C
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
NO
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
RED
WHITE
SWITCH 2
NC
C
NO
BLACK
RED
WHITE
BLACK
SWITCH 1
NC
C
NO
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8
SWITCH 1
SWITCH 2
SOL
4-20 mA
OUTPUT
+
-9 10
11 12
GROUND
Form WD-0609
Moniteur
WIRING DIAGRAMS for Common Products
4
SWITCH 1
5
6
7 8
SWITCH 2
6
RIGHT
UPPER
8
9 10
SWITCH 3
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
BLUE
(-)
7
BROWN
(+)
5
BLUE
(-)
4
SWITCH 2
BROWN
(+)
3
LEFT
UPPER
RIGHT
LOWER
2
BLUE
(-)
1
SWITCH 1
BROWN
(+)
LEFT
LOWER
BLUE
(-)
RIGHT
LOWER
3
416-4PF - (4) SW 8 - NAMUR Sensor
BROWN
(+)
2
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
BLUE
(-)
BLUE
(-)
1
BROWN
(+)
BROWN
(+)
LEFT
LOWER
416-2PF - (2) SW 8 - NAMUR Sensor
11
12 13 14
SWITCH 4
SOL
GROUND
SOL
GROUND
4
5
6
7
SWITCH 2
8
7
8
SWITCH 3
UPPER (R)
BLUE
(-)
6
BROWN
(+)
5
SWITCH 2
BLUE
(-)
4
UPPER (L)
LOWER (R)
3
BROWN
(+)
2
BLUE
(-)
1
SWITCH 1
BROWN
(+)
LOWER (L)
BLUE
(-)
UPPER
3
416-4PF-Z4 - (4) SW K - 2 Wire NO Sensor
BROWN
(+)
2
SWITCH 1
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
BLUE
(-)
BLUE
(-)
1
BROWN
(+)
BROWN
(+)
LOWER
416-2PF-Z4 - (2) SW K - 2 Wire NO Sensor
9 10
11
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
12 13 14
SWITCH 4
SOL
GROUND
SOL
GROUND
416-2PF-V3E0 - (2) SW M - 3 Wire NPN Sensor
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 2
416-2PF-V3E2 - (2) SW M - 3 Wire PNP Sensor
SENSOR 1
SOL
SENSOR 2
SOL
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
Brown
Black
Blue
Brown
(-)
(-)
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
White
Red
Black
7 8 9
4-20 mA
OUTPUT
GROUND
+
10
11 12
GROUND
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8
-9 10
SOL
5
7 8
SOL
GROUND
RED
GREEN
GROUND
SWITCH 1
NC
NO
C
WHITE
UPPER
4
SWITCH 2
416-1CSS
Companion
BLACK
2
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
BLUE
(-)
BLUE
(-)
1
BROWN
(+)
BROWN
(+)
LOWER
416-2PF-US - (2) SW Q - 2 Wire AC/DC Sensor
SWITCH 1
GROUND
416-1T
(1) 4-20mA
Resistive Output
4 5 6
7 8
Load
416-1P
(1) Pot
1 2 3
4 5 6
Load
(+)
(-)
Black
1 2 3
GROUND
(+)
7 8
Load
(+)
Load
(-)
Blue
Black
4 5 6
(+)
1 2 3
Brown
Blue
Blue
Black
Brown
OPTIONAL
SOLENOID
VALVE
GREEN GROUNDED
TO SENSOR BODY
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Calibration Instructions for Moniteur
Transmitter Series - Form IO3-0405
DESCRIPTION OF DEVICE
The Moniteur Valve Position Transmitter is an electromechnical device that produces an analog output signal
representative of the angular displacement of a quarter
turn valve, or other device operating between 0 and 90
degrees.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of ignition of
hazardous atmospheres, disconnect the
device from the supply circuit before
opening. Keep assembly tightly closed
during operation.
FACTORY SETTINGS
Clockwise - to - Close operation (see fig A)
Resistive: 0 - 1k Ohms (selectable)
Current: 4mA Closed , 20mA Open
CAUTION: Keep fingers and all objects away
from moving gears. Never cycle or move
the valve while adjusting the transmitter.
INSTALLATION
Install the Valve Position Transmitter to the
valve/actuator package. Remove the enclosure cover
and wire unit to the appropriate terminal points.
Provided power must be within the operating
specifications of the devices.
Calibration Procedure (Resistive Output Models)
1. Verify the position of the valve/actuator package to ensure that the valve is in the position where the resistive
reading will be '0' ohms. (Normally the valve closed position)
2. For clockwise to close operation(see fig. A) use an ohmmeter to measure resistance between terminal points 9
and 10 on the terminal strip . For counter-clockwise rotation to close, measure resistance between terminal
points 10 and 11 on the terminal strip. In this position, the meter should read "0 ohms" or slightly higher.
3. If the resistive output does not read near "0 ohms" then a macro adjustment must be made. This is adjusted by
by disengaging the main drive gear. Lift the large center gear slightly from the main transmitter shaft and
rotating the main gear until the desired reading is achieved. Release the main drive gear so that it re-engages
with the main drive shaft.
4. Cycle the valve/actuator package to the full open position. Reading at 90 degrees of rotation should be close to
1000 ohms +/- 20% . (Less for smaller rotations, more for larger)
5. Cycle the valve, re-check the output. Re-calibrate if necessary.
6. Close the transmitter housing. Tighten all screws.
Figure A
Main Drive Gear
Terminal Block
c k - W is
CLOC
Clo
e
Potentiometer
4-20 mA Transmitter
(current unit only)
ZERO
-+
B
R
W
SPAN
Circuit Terminal Block
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Calibration Instructions for Moniteur
Transmitter Series - Form IO3-0405
Calibration Procedure (Resistive Output Models)
Instructions for clock-wise to close operation. See
reverse instructions for counter-clock wise to close.
1. Verify the position of the valve/actuator package to ensure that the valve is in the 4mA reading position
(normally the valve closed position).
2. Connect positive and negative leads to the appropriate terminal points. Insure that voltage values are within
units rated values.
3. Connect a milliamp meter to the circuit. Lift the large center gear slightly from the main transmitter shaft and
begin to rotate clockwise. Watch the amp meter while rotating. Reading will slowly decrease until the
potentiometer's limit has been reached. At this point, the milliamp output will jump or zero out. Stop rotation
of the main gear. Rotate the main gear counter-clock-wise approximately 1 tooth (10degrees).
4. Release the main drive gear so that it re-engages with the main drive shaft.
5. With a small screw driver, turn the adjustment screw on the transmitter board adjustment pot("zero") until the
meter reads 4mA (See Fig A).
6. Cycle the valve 90 degrees to the full open position.
7. Turn the adjustment screw on the transmitter board adjustment pot ("span") (See Fig. A)
until the meter reads 20mA.
8. Cycle the valve and recheck outputs at both ends of stroke. Make readjustments as necessary.
9. Close the transmitter housing. Tighten all screws.
Reverse Instructions
Potentiometer
To use the transmitter with valve systems that rotate in the
counter-clock-wise direct to close, remove all power from the
system. On the circuit board terminal block, the BLACK and
WHITE wire leads must be switched. Connect the BLACK lead
to the terminal point marked (W) and the WHITE lead
connected to the terminal point marked (B). Tighten terminal
block screws. Lastly, when following directions listed above,
reverse the rotation (words in bold print) of the directions. (i.e.
clockwise becomes counter-clock-wise). Follow directions
above.
Main Drive Gear
Figure B
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The Moniteur Guide To
Position Monitoring and Sensing
Introduction - The Three Functions of the VPT
With the growing trend towards greater manufacturing automation, Industry has embraced the Valve
Position Transmitter (VPT) - also known as the Valve Position Indicator or Valve Monitor - as a musthave product when automating on-off valves. There are vast differences between the products
available on the market, and since the product plays such an important role, we've put together this
paper to address the questions users have asked us.
The VPT combines three major functions into one product, saving users time and money:
1. Local (Visual) Position Indication - Plant operators benefit from local visual indication of valve
position that can be viewed from a distance. This external visual indicator is driven by the internal drive
shaft and mounted on the top.
2. Remote (Electrical) Position Indication In the past, externally mounted limit switches were used
on valves and actuators to allow plant engineers to determine the status of a valve remotely in the
control room. These switches were bulky, expensive and unprotected from harsh plant environments.
The VPT is a cost-effective alternative to these bulky switches. Cams mounted on a rotating shaft trip
switches inside the VPT's electrical enclosure. The shaft is driven by the Actuator top accessory output
shaft.
3. Integral Junction Box For Limit Switches and Solenoid Valve - With an integral terminal strip and
sufficient conduit entries, the VPT serves as the electrical junction box to allow connection of the
solenoid valve, switches or any additional device located near the enclosure. Separate junction boxes
required for the switches and solenoid valves are eliminated, saving installation cost and reducing
complexity.
Visual Valve Position Indication - Considerations
Plant personnel require the visual indicator to visually determine valve status during a routine check
and also to determine valve position in case of a feedback problem. The indicator should be viewable
from a far distance and from any angle, because valves are often installed in locations difficult to
access. Choose indicators with a 100% change of indication and that are viewable from every angle.
Valves and actuators are often located in harsh and corrosive environments, or outdoors exposed to
the elements. The visual indicator should have a compression seal that resists ingress of water and
fogging, stand up to wash-down jets (which can reach 300psi.) and inclement weather.
Many installations are outdoors, so the indicator must not fade or crack if exposed to sunlight over time.
This is often a common problem. Users often use the indicators as steps when servicing hard-toaccess areas, and the indicator must be rugged enough to withstand it. Additionally, many applications
require a high cycle life. To guarantee optimum performance, the indicator should be designed and
tested to last 1,000,000 cycles.
To reduce errors, the indicator should not be capable of being adjusted or installed incorrectly on the
actuator. Many can be installed 90 degrees out of synch, and the only way to find out is after the
automated valves are already installed!
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Withstanding the Environment: Physical Construction
VPTs must withstand every environment - if they are found indoors, they can be subjected to
hazardous and or corrosive environments. Outdoors, they are subject to the additional effects of
weather, especially the constant changes in temperature and humidity. When selecting a VPT, start
with the enclosure material.
First Choice: Die Cast Aluminum with protective polyurethane paint is sufficient for most applications.
Explosion-proof enclosures must be made from cast metal, and for corrosive environments they can
hard-anodized for extra corrosion resistance.
Second Choice: Thermoplastic or Zytel materials are selected for extremely corrosive environments
where Aluminum would corrode easily.
Stainless Steel enclosures are rare, but available in certain instances where both Aluminum and
Thermoplastic materials can't be used (severely corrosive environments or in hazardous areas
requiring explosion-proof enclosures)
Important construction details that affect long-term reliability include:
> The enclosure shaft should be held to a bronze or stainless bearing with an internal stainless steel
lock ring, protected from the environment with an O-ring. Standard designs use an external snap
ring unprotected from dirt or corrosive air - these should be avoided as the snap rings corrode and
eventually cause the shaft to “fall” into the enclosure, corrupting the alignment of the cams with the
internal switches or sensors. Amazingly, low cost switches are made without any bearings at all the shaft is allowed to run right against the aluminum housing! Avoid these at all costs.
> A compressed O-ring enclosure seal is required to keep out water many other products include
gaskets particularly with thermoplastic enclosures and these should be avoided because water
will enter them during a high-pressure wash-down or stormy weather.
> All enclosure threads should be "blind-tapped" to protect them from the environment, with
enclosure bolts that seal the threads when closed.
> For thermoplastic enclosures, all inserts should be molded in during the production process for the
best resistance to tear-out. Products with welded- or glued-in inserts should be avoided.
Electrical Construction
The ideal VPT is designed to speed installation and wiring, and look for features like labeled terminal
strips and switches, protected mechanical switches, and terminal strips angled for easier installation.
Choosing the Right Switch Or Sensor: Match Your Application
VPTs are available with a wide variety of switches and sensors to interface with any plant control
system. Process control systems vary in age and level of complexity. In general, unless the switches
are used as control relays carrying the full load of the device, feedback signals are low (less than 1
Amp). The most common signal type in North American is roughly 500 mA at 120 VAC , with the rest
being 24 V or lower DC signals. Advanced process control systems use low voltage (24, 12, or 8V) DC
control signals of 200mA or less, requiring switches or sensors specific to the application.
It is important to select your switch or sensor based on the signal type in order to achieve a reliable
installation, particularly when using low current/low voltage feedback signals.
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Understanding Feedback Circuit Types For VPTs
SPDT
Single Pole,
Double Throw
NO
NC
C
DPDT
Double Pole,
Double Throw
SPST
Single Pole.
Single Throw
NO
NO
C
NC NO
C
NC
C
SPDT
Mechanical SPDT switches are the most common due to their low cost and proven reliability for most
applications. The switch's high amp rating can control a relay, or other plant devices such as pumps or
motors in addition to handling a simple feedback signal.
The SPDT switch has three connections - the NO (Normally Open), NC (Normally Closed) and the C
(Common). Input current enters the switch through the common and makes the circuit either with the
NO (normally open) or the NC (normally closed) contacts. In the control room, two lights are used for
each of the valve positions. One light for “on” and one for “off”, thus assuring that the switch is
functioning regardless of its position. Look for switches that are specified with stiffer contact springs
that resist dirt and freeze-up in cold conditions - a common problem with “off the shelf” switches.
SPST
The SPST switch (single pole, single throw) has two connections - the NO (Normally Open) and the C
(common). When the switch is tripped, the circuit is made and current flows from the common through
the Normally open contact. Otherwise, no circuit is made, analogous to a light switch that is either on or
off. Advanced process control systems can use SPST switches in place of two wire sensors. As is
commonly done, one can use two of the three contacts of a standard SPDT switch to mimic an SPST.
DPDT
The DPDT switch is, in effect, two SPDT switches that operate in tandem, actuated by a common lever
inside the switch housing. Mechanical DPDT are used for simultaneous switching functions when two
independent signals must operate in tandem. An example is when one switch sends a low level signal
back to the control room, and the second functions as a relay for another device. Another application is
for redundant signaling.
Other Considerations
Choose Gold plated Mechanical switches for low current, low voltage (primarily DC) applications. Gold
plated switch contacts assure signal stability at extremely low current and voltages, and are used as a
low cost alternative in Intrinsically Safe systems.
Standard Mechanical switches are not the best choice for critical applications or low current DC control
signals. The plated silver contacts of mechanical switches are not sealed and are thus exposed to the
environment. In corrosive or humid environments, these contacts can corrode, creating a microscopic
oxide layer that can stop the signal path, even though the switch physically trips.
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Switch and Sensor Options For VPTs: About Non-Contact (Reed) Switches for SPDT and SPST
NO
COM
NC
The Reed Switch Element
Non-Contact Hermetically Sealed (Proximity) Switches are magnetically operated SPST or SPDT
“reed” switches with contacts hermetically sealed in a glass capsule. Positioning a magnet next to the
switch causes the contact "reeds" to flex and touch, completing the circuit. Protective inert gas or a
vacuum within the capsule keeps the contacts clean and protected for the life of the device.
In order to trip these switches, magnets are placed in the rotating cams located inside the limit switch
enclosure. When the cam rotates to the set position, the magnet will trip the switch. A well-designed
limit switch secures the vertical alignment of the shaft and cam assembly so that during operation
vertical shaft motion is prevented, even under severe conditions. Limit Switches using c-clips to secure
the shaft run into problems when the c-clip corrodes or snaps off during rough treatment, causing the
shaft to move vertically in the enclosure, preventing the magnets from properly tripping the switches.
The most common applications are:
> Corrosive or humid environments - Non-contact switches eliminate the potential corrosion of
exposed contacts found in mechanical switches
> SPDT or SPST circuit configurations - From an application standpoint, Non-Contact switches
are interchangeable with mechanical switches - no rewiring or reprogramming is required.
> Nonincendive (Class 1, Division 2) Applications - Article 501-3 (b) of the NEC (National Electric
Code) permits the use of general-purpose enclosures in Class 1, Division 2 locations when the
current interrupting contacts are sealed within a hermetically sealed chamber.
> Intrinsically Safe Applications - Non-Contact Proximity switches are passive devices and can be
used in intrinsically safe systems with an appropriate voltage and current limiting barrier.
Available contact materials
> Tungsten - The choice for high power AC and DC switching applications. Tungsten contacts can
handle up to 3A at 120VAC and 2A - 24VDC. These contacts are also available for 220V
applications. Tungsten is not recommended for low power DC signals.
> Rhodium - The choice for reliable low power 24 VDC switching applications. Rhodium contacts
have 80% less contact resistance than Tungsten, making it the ideal material for DC. These
contacts are rated to 1A - 24VDC and are stable down to 1mA at 1V.
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Switch and Sensor Options For VPTs: About Inductive Sensors
Inductive sensors are chosen to match the requirements of newer process control systems that require
them, particularly with Intrinsically Safe applications. The different types are described below. The most
obvious benefit to inductive sensors is their high cycle life from the lack of moving parts and their low
hysteresis. Choose NAMUR inductive sensors for intrinsically safe applications. PNP or NPN sensors
are available to match requirements.
Two-Wire Sensor
As a solid state device, a two wire sensor functions differently than a switch and cannot be used
interchangeably. A continuous power input is fed to the sensor through the power wire, and depending
on the state of the sensor, the feedback signal is either high or low through the combined signal and
load wire. A leakage current, typically 1 or 2mA, is associated with the “low” state. When installing
sensors, make sure the system will not mistake the leakage current for the sensor being in the high
state. These sensors must be installed with a resistive load in series in the loop circuit.
Three-Wire Sensor
Three-wire sensors are similar to two wire sensors, but have separate signal, return and power wires.
There are two types of three-wire sensors PNP (sourcing) and NPN (sinking). A sourcing circuit (PNP)
has the load attached between the signal and return wires and when energized will "source" power to
the load. Sinking circuits (NPN) have the load connected between the power and signal wires and
when energized will "sink" the power from the load to the return.
Options: Analog Current (4-20mA) or Resistive (0-1kohm) Output
VPTs can be supplied with current or resistive output used to determine the precise position of the
valve. This output signal can be resistive (0-1000 ohm) or current (4-20 mA). When choosing this
option, be certain that the vendor adequately protects the electronics from the effects of the
environment as many of these options fail in real world applications.
Conclusion
There are many options to consider when choosing the right Valve Position Monitor for your
application, options which can seriously impact the reliability of your process and the bottom line.
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FEATURES & BENEFITS
Moniteur VPTs for Harsh Environments
Survivor - For Corrosion Resistance / Division 2
Standout Features:
®
> SuperTough Zytel nylon resin is ideal for
corrosive, salt water and washdown
environments
> Precision-molded housing and cover assure
perfect o-ring compression seal
> Stainless steel conduit entries and inserts are
molded-in, increasing strength
> Stainless steel bearing - unique for thermoplastic
enclosures - for a long cycle life
> Available with up to four (4) Moniteur high cycle
TTL proximity switches
Sentinel - For Explosion-Proof
Standout Features:
> Cast Aluminum, Hard Anodized to Mil Spec MIL-
A-8625-F Type III Class II provides the best
corrosion resistance possible and protects
flamepath.
> Precision machined housing and cover assure
perfect compression seal and shaft alignment
> Available with up to six (6) Moniteur high cycle
TTL proximity switches
> High-force mechanical switches suitable for subzero environments
Patented Indicator Design
> Acetal drive system allows a rated life of
1,000,000 cycles
> Extra large, 360º indication with 100%
display change provides up to twice the
viewing distance
®
> EKTAR clear cover is chemically
resistant and sealed with a compression
o-ring to prevent fogging
> No screws or flanges prevent cover from
cracking under hard use
Patented Loc-Ring Shaft and Cam Retention
System
> 10x stronger than retaining rings used in typical
designs
> Stable output signals over 1,000,000 cycles
> Triple shaft lubrication with PTFE
> Large Acetal cams and splines eliminate cracking
> Stiffer stainless steel cam springs resist vibration
Zytel is a trademark of the DuPont Company, Ektar is a trademark of the Eastman Chemical Company.
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NAMUR Mounting Kits
NAMUR Bracket Kits
Length
Width
Mounting
Screws
Height
Moniteur offers a comprehensive selection of bracket kits for
every actuator that has NAMUR accessory mounting
dimensions. Brackets are available for both Moniteur lowprofile and standard NAMUR shaft styles. Plated and
Stainless Steel brackets for both types are kept in stock.
Low Profile
NAMUR
BKT-NP120
BKT-NP120A
BKT-NP130
BKT-NP151
BKT-NP151A
BKT-NP153
BKT-NP153A
BKT-NP154
BKT-NP156
BKT-NP161
BKT-NP166
Standard (Long)
Dimensions [mm]
NAMUR
Length
Width
Height
BKT-EP120
80
30
20
BKT-EP120A
80
30
20
BKT-EP130
130
30
30
BKT-EP151
80
30
30
BKT-EP151A
80
30
30
BKT-EP153
80
30
14
BKT-EP153A
80
30
14
BKT-EP154
130
30
33
BKT-EP156
50
25
20
BKT-EP161
130
30
50
BKT-EP166
130
30
20
Mounting
Screws in Kit
M5 and 10-24
10-32
M5 and 10-24
M5 and 10-24
10-32
M5 and 10-24
10-32
M5 and 10-24
M5 and 10-24
M5 and 10-24
M5 and 10-24
For Stainless Steel Bracket Kit Part Numbers replace the “P” in the part number with an “S”.
Example: BKT-NP120 becomes BKT-NS120.
Moniteur’s Engineered Resin Bracket Kit
 Designed for the 80 x 30 x 20 pattern
 Kit contains dual O-rings and all-stainless hardware
Survivor/Survivor II BKT-XP20S - For Watchman BKT-XP20W
Note: Sentinel units shall use a metal bracket
Standard Shaft Bracket Kits & Kits for Manual Valves
Bracket kits with precision-machined couplers are available to adapt your NAMUR style actuator to a Valve
Position Transmitter with a standard shaft (1/4” flats). These these brackets are available in both plated and
stainless steel. A crossover list with part numbers for your actuator can be found on our website at
http://www.moniteurdevices.com. Example: BKT-RP002. Bracket Kits for Manual Valves, Gear Operators or
Linear Valves are also available - Contact Moniteur With Your Application
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Form MB-1206
Moniteur
NAMUR Mounting Dimensions
Two NAMUR Mounting Types Available:
Standard and Low-Profile
O
P
E
N
Moniteur Devices offers two types of
NAMUR shafts designed to directly
interface (without a transition coupler) with
the NAMUR standard accessory mounting
pattern found on most of today’s
actuators. The two are:
 Moniteur’s low profile version has the
With
Indicator
Flat
Cover
ordering codes of “5” for the 303 SS
version and “7” for the 316 SS
version.
 The standard NAMUR shaft length is
also available for compatibility with
other manufacturers. The ordering
code for the this shaft is “E” for the
303 SS version and “G” for the 316
SS version.
Bracket
Pneumatic Actuator
The mounting height dimensions for both
versions are shown in the table below.
Bracket Height
Low Profile NAMUR
Standard NAMUR
Mounting Size
(Shaft Type “5” or “7”)
(Shaft Type “E” or “G”)
80 x 30 x 20 mm
BKT-NP120
1.14”
BKT-EP120 1.79”
80 x 30 x 30 mm
BKT-NP151
1.53”
BKT-EP151 2.19”
130 x 30 x 30 mm
BKT-NP130
1.53”
BKT-EP130 2.19”
130 x 30 x 50 mm
BKT-NP161
2.32”
BKT-EP161 2.97”
Limit Switch Height
Product Type
Flat Cover
With Indicator
Sentinel
3.32”
7.30”
Sentinel-II
4.00”
6.88”
Survivor / Survivor-II
2.92”
6.90”
Watchman
2.81”
6.79”
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Moniteur
POLYMER RESIN Bracket Kits
Unique Polymer Bracket for NAMUR Actuators
A unique ABS polymer resin bracket kit has been developed
to mount Moniteur VPTs to actuators with the NAMUR
standard accessory mounting configuration. The kit offers
many advantages over conventional plated steel bracket kits:
> Corrosion resistance
> Faster mounting
> Dual O-rings seal the actuator shaft / VPT shaft area
from the outside environment
> Standard stainless steel mounting hardware
The bracket is designed to fit Moniteur’s Sentinel,
Watchman, Survivor, Survivor II and Indicateur product
series when fitted with the NAMUR direct interface shaft
(code 5). (eg. RMYS-5220).
Partial Listing of Compatible NAMUR Standard Actuators
Airtorque
PT 050 / 051
PT 100 / 101
PT 200 / 201
PT 250 / 251
PT 300 / 301
ABZ
40
80
130
200
Amri
3
6
12
25
50
100
200
Automax
SNA 050
SNA 063
SNA 085
SNA 100
Bettis
CBA Series
G Series
D025
D040
D 0100
D 0200
Bray Series 92
63
83
92
118
Flotite
DA/SR 050
DA/SR 063
DA/SR 075
DA/SR 085
DA/SR 100
Hytork
XL-45
XL-70
XL-130
XL-185
Elomatic
E25
E40
E 100
E 200
Jamesbury
VP-VL 051
VP-VL 100
VP-VL 200
VP-VL 250
VP-VL 300
MONITEUR
MONITEUR
3.15"*
80 mm
K-Tork
K-1
K-2
QTRCO
Q, XB, X, P & R
04, 05
07, 10
Radius
AD/S 005
AD/S 008
AD/S 012
AD/S 020
AD/S 030
Remote Control
RC210 / 410
RC220 / 420
RC230 / 430
RC240 / 440
Sharpe
SPN 050
SPN 063
SPN 075
SPN 085
SPN 100
Sure Torque
ST 20
ST 30
ST 52
ST 73
ST 103
ST 148
Triac
TR 20
2R 40
2R 80
2R 130
2R 200
Unitorq
M20
M30
M52
M73
M103
M148
Worcester
1039N
1539N
2039N
XOMOX
XRP 006
XRP 012
XRP 025
XRP 050
* For use with the NAMUR 80 x 30 x 20 mm (L x W x H) mounting pattern
with a maximum actuator stem diameter of 1.70 inches [43mm]
3.75"
Dimensions
1.70"
Maximum
Actuator Stem
DIamater
Compact 4 II
C20
C25
C30
C35
Durair II
AP 050
AP 063
AP 075
AP 085
AP 100
1.18"*
30 mm
3.07"
1.14"*
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Form B1-0609
Moniteur
NON-NAMUR Mounting Kits
Standard Shaft Bracket Kits for NON-NAMUR Actuators
Bracket kits with precision-machined couplers are available to adapt your NON-NAMUR style actuator to a
Valve Position Transmitter with a standard shaft (1/4” flats). These brackets are available in both plated and
stainless steel. The part numbers for the kits are listed below.
ACTUATOR
PLATED STEEL
STAINLESS STEEL
BETTIS
CB-315
BKT-RP046
BKT-RS046
ACTUATOR
PLATED STEEL
STAINLESS STEEL
ST 160
BKT-RP126
BKT-RS126
ST 240
BKT-RP126
BKT-RS126
CB-415
BKT-RP046
BKT-RS046
ST 290
BKT-RP126
BKT-RS126
CB-420
BKT-RP047
BKT-RS047
ST 440
BKT-RP126
BKT-RS126
CB-520
BKT-RP047
BKT-RS047
ST 200
BKT-RP157
BKT-RS157
CB-525
BKT-RP048
BKT-RS048
ST 400
BKT-RP157
BKT-RS157
CB-725
BKT-RP048
BKT-RS048
ST 600
BKT-RP179
BKT-RS179
HD-521
BKT-RP068
BKT-RS068
ST 1200
BKT-RP179
BKT-RS179
ST 1800
BKT-RP179
BKT-RS179
HD-721
BKT-RP068
BKT-RS068
HD-722
BKT-RP068
BKT-RS068
KINETROL
HD-731
BKT-RP069
BKT-RS069
00
CALL
CALL
HD-732
BKT-RP069
BKT-RS069
01
BKT-RP114
BKT-RS114
HD-251
BKT-RP068
BKT-RS068
02
BKT-RP115
BKT-RS115
HD-352
BKT-RP069
BKT-RS069
03
BKT-RP116
BKT-RS116
T3
BKT-RP146
BKT-RS146
05
BKT-RP117
BKT-RS117
T4
BKT-RP147
BKT-RS147
07
BKT-RP118
BKT-RS118
T5
BKT-RP148
BKT-RS148
08
BKT-RP119
BKT-RS119
09
BKT-RP120
BKT-RS120
FISHER
1052-20
BKT-RP099
BKT-RS099
JAMESBURY
10
BKT-RP121
BKT-RS121
12
BKT-RP122
BKT-RS122
QP 1 ABCD
BKT-RP073
BKT-RS073
14
BKT-RP123
BKT-RS123
QP 2 ABCD
BKT-RP073
BKT-RS073
16
BKT-RP124
BKT-RS124
BKT-RP125
BKT-RS125
QP 3 ABCD
BKT-RP107
BKT-RS107
18
QP 4 ABCD
BKT-RP108
BKT-RS108
MATRYX
QP 5 ABCD
BKT-RP108
BKT-RS108
MX 60
BKT-RP004
BKT-RS004
QP F (All)
BKT-RP074
BKT-RS074
MX 200
BKT-RP005
BKT-RS005
SP 25
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
MX 450
BKT-RP006
BKT-RS006
SP 50
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
MX 750
BKT-RP006
BKT-RS006
SP 100
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
MX 1250
BKT-RP006
BKT-RS006
SP 200
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
MX 3000
BKT-RP007
BKT-RS007
SP 6 SR 60
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
SP 9 SR 80
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
WORCESTER Rev 5
0539
BKT-RP170
BKT-RS170
SP 8 SR 40
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
1039
BKT-RP016
BKT-RS016
SP 13 SR 60
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
1539
BKT-RP017
BKT-RS017
SP 18 SR 80
BKT-RP044
BKT-RS044
2039
BKT-RP018
BKT-RS018
SP 18 SR 40
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
2539
BKT-RP019
BKT-RS019
SP 26 SR 60
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
3039
BKT-RP020
BKT-RS020
SP 36 SR 80
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
3339
BKT-RP092
BKT-RS092
SP 36 SR 40
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
3539
BKT-RP021
BKT-RS021
SP 52 SR 60
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
4039
BKT-RP022
BKT-RS022
SP 72 SR 80
BKT-RP045
BKT-RS045
4539
BKT-RP023
BKT-RS023
5039
BKT-RP024
BKT-RS024
ST 13
BKT-RP064
BKT-RS064
ST 20
BKT-RP064
BKT-RS064
ST 50
BKT-RP064
BKT-RS064
ST 60
BKT-RP071
BKT-RS071
ST 90
BKT-RP071
BKT-RS071
ST 115
BKT-RP071
BKT-RS071
ST 175
BKT-RP071
BKT-RS071
Custom Bracket Kits
For your custom applications, call Moniteur at
1-973-857-1600 today.
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Form MB2-0609
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
Moniteur Devices (here forth referred to as "Seller") agrees to sell the goods
covered in this price list on the following terms and conditions of sale. Any
additional or different terms supplied by the buyer will be rejected.
A. ACCEPTANCE AND AGREEMENT
No order or quotation is binding on Seller, a New Jersey corporation, until an
authorized representative of Seller at its home office issues to Buyer a written
Sales Order Acknowledgement, whose provisions shall include these Terms
and Conditions of Sale. The Sales Order Acknowledgement shall constitute
the entire agreement between Seller and Buyer relating to the matters set
forth therein and supersedes all other communications between the parties,
whether written or oral. ANY PROVISION OR CONDITION OF BUYER'S
ORDER OR OTHER DOCUMENT WHICH IS IN ANY WAY DIFFERENT
FROM OR IN ADDITION TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
AS INCORPORATED IN SELLER'S SALES ORDER
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ARE SPECIFICALLY REJECTED BY AND SHALL
NOT BE BINDING UPON SELLER. No purported modification or waiver of
the provisions hereof or of the Sales Order Acknowledgment shall be binding
upon Seller for any purpose unless it is contained in a writing signed by a
Seller's Representative. Buyer's acceptance of the provisions of the Sales
Order Acknowledgment including these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall be
conclusively presumed if Seller thereto receives no written objection within
ten (10) days from the date of the Sales Order Acknowledgement. Buyer's
order for the products (the "Products") as evidenced by the Sales Order
Acknowledgement shall be referred to herein as "Accepted Order."
B. PRICES and DISCOUNTS
All prices and discounts are in accordance with the established price and
discount schedule of the Seller and are subject to change without notice.
Prices set forth in the Sales Order Acknowledgment are not subject to audit,
price revisions or price re-determination by Buyer. All prices are F.O.B.
shipping point. Merchandise will be invoiced at the prevailing price at the time
of shipment.
C. PAYMENT TERMS and CREDIT CONDITIONS
Terms are strictly 30 days net cash after invoice date payable in US funds,
subject to the Seller's credit approval. Past due accounts will be assessed
1.5% interest per month, beginning the 31st day following the invoice date. All
export sales are to be covered by an irrevocable letter of credit established
with a reputable American bank, unless otherwise agreed to in writing. If at
any time the financial condition of the Buyer, or the Buyer's payment
performance, under the terms and conditions of this agreement, cause the
Seller to question the Buyer's ability to perform, the Seller may demand
adequate assurance of the Buyer's financial condition. This demand for
insurance may require full payment of the amounts then due on outstanding
invoices, and full or partial advance payment for goods scheduled for delivery.
If Buyer fails within 10 days to provide this assurance, or in the event of
Bankruptcy or Insolvency, the Seller reserves the right to cancel any
outstanding orders and collect, without limitation, any sums due plus
cancellation and damage charges if deemed applicable by the Seller. If
collection procedures are required, Buyer shall pay all costs of collection,
including but not limited to collection fees, reasonable attorneys' fees, court
costs and interest.
D. SHIPMENT AND DELIVERY
Shipments are made F.O.B. shipping point. While Seller will do everything
possible to make sure shipment dates are held, shipment dates are
approximate and not guaranteed. Seller shall not be liable for any delay or
failure in the delivery or shipment of the Products, or for any resulting
damages, when the delay or failure is directly or indirectly due to accident (in
manufacture or otherwise), errors, omissions, fire, flood, riot, war, embargo,
labor stoppages, computer malfunctions, inadequate transportation facilities,
shortage of material or supplies, delay or default on the part of its vendors
and other third parties, regulation by any governmental authority, or any other
causes beyond Seller's reasonable control. Moreover, SELLER SHALL
HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY LIQUIDATED DAMAGES OR PENALTY OR
SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER. If any contingency occurs, Seller may
allocate production and deliveries among Seller's customers. The title to the
Products passes to Buyer and Seller's liability as to delivery ceases upon
making delivery of the Products to the initial carrier at the delivery point with
the carrier acting as Buyer's agent. All Products are shipped at Buyer's risk
and expense, and all claims for damages must be filed with the carrier. All
shipments will be made with United Parcel Service, DHL or Federal Express
at Seller's discretion unless specific instructions from Buyer indicate an
alternate carrier. Buyer shall be liable for detention, demurrage, storage or
auxiliary charges assessed by carriers or warehousemen resulting from
Buyer's requirements for special service or Buyer's failure to accept delivery
in a timely manner.
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E. ORDER CANCELLATION
Buyer shall accept all Products as ordered. Cancellation of the order by the
Buyer will not be allowed without the written consent of a Seller's
Representative. In the event of an approved cancellation by the Buyer, for
any reason whatsoever, in addition to all other charges and damages, Buyer
shall be required to pay a cancellation fee which will be determined by
Seller based on expenditures incurred as of the date of cancellation.
F. WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS
Shipping weights and dimensions published are as accurate as possible but
are not guaranteed.
G. WARRANTY
The Seller warrants its products to be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment. The Seller
is not responsible for damage to its products due to normal wear and tear,
improper installation, use or maintenance, or unauthorized repairs. To the
extent that the Seller has relied on the specifications and operating
conditions supplied by the Buyer for selection of the products quoted, and in
the event that the actual operating conditions differ from those supplied by
the buyer, any warranties are declared null and void. No other
representations, warranties, or guarantees, expressed or implied, are made
by the Seller.
H. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
In no event will seller be liable to the buyer or any third party for any special,
incidental, indirect or consequential damages of any kind in connection with
this order, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence),
product nonconformance, product liability or otherwise, even if informed of
in advance of the possibility of such damages. Seller's total liability to buyer
will be limited to the payments received from buyer under this agreement.
I. RETURNS OF NONCONFORMING MATERIAL
Should any Product not conform to such specifications due to a defect in
material (excluding customer supplied materials) or workmanship, Seller
shall accept returns during the applicable warranty period, which must be
accompanied by a valid Seller Return Material Authorization ("RMA")
number. Seller does not accept returned materials without a valid RMA
number. In order to obtain an RMA number, the buyer must provide a
detailed description of the nature of the defect, the original purchase order
number, the part number, serial number and/or date code of the product(s)
to be returned. The RMA number shall be valid for thirty (30) days after
issuance by Seller. Products which are returned to Seller during the
applicable warranty period in accordance with this Section and which are,
after examination, deemed to Seller's satisfaction to be defective, will be
replaced, reworked or credited at the original sale price at Seller's
discretion. Buyer shall return the Products to Seller with transportation
charges prepaid. The repair or replacement of any non-conforming Products
by Seller pursuant to this Section does not extend the original limited
warranty period. In the event Seller determines that the returned Products
are not covered by the foregoing limited warranty, such Products will be
returned to Buyer at Buyer's expense and may be subject to additional
charges due to the lack of warranty coverage. Seller shall not be liable for
re-inspection or rejection charges. Repair, replacement, or credit for
returned parts will be made only after Seller has determined that the parts
are covered by the terms of the warranty. Failure analysis of returned
product shall be at Seller's sole discretion.
J. RETURNS FOR CREDIT
No returns for credit will be accepted unless the Seller's written permission
has been obtained in each case in advance, subject to the Seller's approval.
Returns for credit must follow the procedure set forth in section H. No
returns will be accepted without an RMA number. All returns will be subject
to a minimum restocking charge of 25% unless agreed to in writing. Returns
of product for credit that has been mounted on a bracket, actuator, or other
device will not be accepted.
K. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS
Seller has complied will all applicable Federal, State and Local laws and
regulations in connection with the manufacture and sale of all products. No
responsibility will be taken for import duties, laws, regulations or taxes
imposed by any foreign country.
L. TAXES
Any manufacturer's excise tax, use tax, sales tax, or duty of any nature shall
be added to the price invoiced and shall be paid by the Buyer, and in the
event the Seller is required to pay such duties, the Buyer shall reimburse
Seller therefore, unless Buyer shall provide Seller with exemption
certificates or other documents acceptable to taxing or customs authorities.
M O N I T E U R
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