Echotel 911-921 Instruction Manual 51-601

Echotel® Model 911 & 921
Ultrasonic Level Controls
®
Instruction Manual and Parts List
DESCRIPTION
MODEL IDENTIFICATION cont.
Echotel Model 911/921 units ultrasonically detect liquid level on a
broad spectrum of viscous to light
liquids. There are no moving parts
in contact with the liquid. Model
911/921 units are available with
either integral or remote mounted
electronics.
TRANSDUCER
1–
–
Transducer Material
22 = 316 Stainless Steel
CC = CPVC
E1 = Epoxy, Model 911 only
FF = Teflon® max. 48" insertion, Model 911 only
HB = Hastelloy B
HC = Hastelloy C
KK = Kynar, Model 911 only
MM = Monel
TT = Titanium
YY = Polypropylene
Each control has a nameplate on
which the model number is
shown. The model number is
coded to identify the options
included in that specific unit.
Listed below are the definitions of
each section of the model number. By comparing the model
number against these charts, the
installer can determine exactly
which options the unit contains.
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–1 A
Connection
1A = 3/4" NPT
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
AMPLIFIER
58
Set Points
1 = 1 set point
2 = 2 set points
Teflon® is a registered trademark of DuPont.
–
1
Actuation Length
1 to 130 inches in one inch increments (25 mm to 3.3 m)
(Nominal distance from bottom of threads to top of gap in
inches).
Example: 12 inches = Code 012
Set Points
1 = 1 set point
2 = 2 set points
COAXIAL CABLE
Output Signal
A1A = 10 amp DPDT relay
B1C = 5 amp DPDT hermetic relay
E1H = TTL
F1H = open collector
Cable Type
A1 = RG 178 cable, Model 911
A2 = RG 178 cable, Model 921
B1 = RG 58 cable, Model 911
B1 = RG 58 cable, Model 921
Input Voltage
0 = 120 VAC
1 = 240 VAC
2 = 24 VDC
3 = 12 VDC
Cable Length
Length of cable from remote amplifier to remote transducer
in feet (300 ft. [90 m] maximum)
RG 178 cable, 1–50 ft. [15 m] maximum
RG 58 cable, 51–300 ft. [90 m] maximum
Housing
A = NEMA 4X, Carbon steel
E = NEMA 4X / 7/9, Cast aluminum, Model 911 only
F = NEMA 4X / 7/9, Cast iron, Model 921 only
H = NEMA 4X / 7/9 Group B, Cast iron
I = CENELEC
Mounting
0 = Integral
1 = Remote
370–11
–
Remote Housing with Self-Test
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Ultrasonic sound waves are transmitted through the transducer gap when it is filled with liquid, thus actuating the control. As the liquid drains from the gap, the sound waves
attenuate, deactuating the control. A signal processing circuit ensures that the system will not produce false indication
due to splashing or light turbulence.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) HANDLING PROCEDURE
Magnetrol’s electronic instruments are manufactured to the
highest quality standards. These instruments utilize electronic components which may be damaged by static electricity
present in most work environments. The following steps are
recommended to reduce the risk of component failure due to
electrostatic discharge:
1. Ship and store circuit boards in anti-static bags. If an
anti-static bag is not available, wrap board in aluminum
foil. Do not place boards on foam packing materials.
2. Use a grounding wrist strap when installing and removing
circuit boards. A grounded workstation is also recommended.
3. Handle printed circuit boards only by the edges. Do not
touch components or connector pins.
4. Ensure that all electrical connections are completely
made and none are partial or floating. Ground all
equipment to a good, earth ground.
INSTALLATION
UNPACKING
MOUNTING POSITION AND LOCATION cont.
Unpack the instrument carefully. Make sure all components
have been removed from the foam protection. Inspect all
components for damage. Report any concealed damage to
the carrier within 24 hours. Check the contents of the package against the packing slip and report any discrepancies to
the factory. Check the nameplate model number to be sure
it agrees with the packing slip and purchase order. Check
and record the serial number for future reference when
ordering parts.
Gap must face
sideways
Install so that wrench
flats are vertical
PRELIMINARY OPERATIONAL CHECK
1. Apply proper operating voltage to terminals L1, L2/N.
Connect the ground wire to the green ground screw
inside the housing base. Refer to Figure 4 on page 3.
2. With the power applied to the board, locate the HL/LL
fail-safe switch marked P1 on the right hand side of the
board. Place the jumper in the desired HL or LL fail-safe
position. Refer to the table on page 5.
CAUTION: Phono jack plugs are fragile. Do not pull plugs
from PC board by pulling coaxial cable. Use needle nose
pliers on plug body.
3. Fill a suitable container with liquid.
4. Place transducer gap in the liquid. The control output(s)
must actuate.
4. Remove transducer from the liquid. The control output(s)
must deactuate if the unit is operating properly. In case
of malfunction consult the Troubleshooting section on
page 7.
Tank Wall
Horizontal Mounting for Single Gap Units Only
Figure 2
When installed in a nozzle or pipe, the transducer gap must
extend into the tank beyond the inside tank wall. Refer to
Figure 3.
Gap must clear nozzel
MOUNTING POSITION AND LOCATION
Single point units may be mounted in any position or orientation. Refer to Figures 1 and 2. Dual point units must be
mounted with the transducer vertical. Refer to Figure 1.
Conduit
Connection
Never tighten by
turning housing
3/4" NPT
Thread
Use wrench here
Actuation Point
Vertical Mounting for Single or Dual Gap Units
Figure 1
2
Horizontal Mounting in Nozzle
Figure 3
All wiring, conduit and electrical fittings must conform to
local electrical codes for the location selected.
INSTALLATION cont.
INTEGRAL INSTALLATION
INTEGRAL INSTALLATION CONT.
1. Screw transducer into the opening using pipe compound
or thread tape. If flanged, bolt unit to mating flange with
proper gasket.
4. If the transducer phono cables become unplugged from
the circuit board, they must be reconnected in the following order:
CAUTION: Never tighten unit to the tank connection by
turning the housing. Use a wrench on the transducer
mounting nut flats. Use thread tape or suitable pipe compound on threads. Do not over tighten.
CAUTION: Phono jack plugs are fragile. Do not pull plugs
from PC board by pulling coaxial cable. Use needle nose
pliers on plug body.
2. Remove housing cover.
3. No. 14 AWG wire size is recommended for power and
control circuit wiring. The power and control circuit terminal blocks are marked for proper identification.
a. Route wires into housing.
b. Run power leads to power terminal on left side of PC
board. Refer to Figure 4.
c. Attach ground wire to the green head screw located in
the housing base.
d. Run control circuit wiring to the top of PC board.
e. Dress wiring to ensure no interference or contact with
cover or circuit board components.
NOTE: For Model 921 duplicate these steps for second
board.
OBSERVE ALL APPLICABLE ELECTRICAL CODES AND
PROPER WIRING PROCEDURES.
Model 911 cables may plug into J1 and J2 on the amplifier board in any order.
Model 921 cables are banded together in pairs. One
cable from each pair is tagged either HIGH or LOW. One
pair plugs into one board; the second pair plugs into the
second board. The boards are labeled HIGH or LOW.
CAUTION: In hazardous areas, do not power the unit until
the conduit is sealed and enclosure cover is screwed
down securely.
NOTE: The tagged cable from each pair must plug into J2 on
its respective board. Failure to do so will impair the operation
of the unit.
5. Replace housing cover.
Prevent moisture seepage into the enclosure by installing
approved seal-drain fittings in the conduit run leading to the
unit.
NO1
CM1 NC1 NO2 CM2 NC2
Jumper JU2
Self-test Terminal Strip TB3
Self-test Connector J3
L1
Fail-safe Jumper P1
L2/N (DC +)
(DC -)
Time Delay
Potentiometer R30
Phono Plug J2
Phono Plug J1
Main Amplifier Board
Figure 4
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INSTALLATION cont.
REMOTE AMPLIFIER INSTALLATION
REMOTE AMPLIFIER INSTALLATION cont.
Remote amplifiers must be used where high process temperatures prohibit integral mounting of the electronics. A
remote amplifier allows more convenient servicing when the
transducer is mounted at an inconvenient location.
Prevent moisture seepage into the enclosure by installing
approved seal-drain fittings in the conduit run leading into
the unit.
1. Install amplifier housing using mounting bracket. Provide
adequate clearance to remove housing cover.
2. Remove housing cover.
CAUTION: In hazardous areas, do not power the unit until
the conduit is sealed and the enclosure cover is screwed
down securely.
4. Replace housing cover.
Remote Transducer
Housing
Main
Amplifier
REMOTE TRANSDUCER INSTALLATION
High Level
1. Screw transducer into tank opening using pipe compound or thread tape. If flanged, bolt unit to mating flange
with proper gasket.
NOTE: Refer to Coaxial Cable Installation section below
before installing cables.
Process
Vessel
Mounting
Bracket
Coaxial
Cable
Figure 5
3. No. 14 AWG wire size is recommended for power and
control circuit wiring. The power and control terminal
blocks are marked for proper identification.
a. Route power and control circuit through side housing
connection.
b. Run power leads to power terminal on left side of PC
board. Refer to Figure 4 on page 3.
c. Run control circuit leads to top of PC board.
d. Run coaxial cable from transducer or remote transducer termination board through the bottom housing
connection.
e. Plug coaxial cable to amplifier as follows:
Model 911 cables from OUT 1 and OUT 2 on remote
transducer board plug into J1 and J2 on the amplifier
board in any order.The self test cable plugs into J2 on
remote transducer board and J3 on the amplifier
board.
Model 921 cables from OUT 1 and OUT 2 on the
remote transducer board plug into the lower amplifier
board; cables from OUT 3 and OUT 4 plug into the
upper amplifier board. One self test cable plugs into J2
on the remote transducer board and goes to J3 on the
lower amplifier board. The other self test cable plugs
into J4 on the remote transducer board and goes to J3
on the upper amplifier board.
NOTE: Cables from OUT 2 and OUT 4 must plug into J2 on
their respective board. Failure to do so will impair the operation of the unit.
f. Dress wiring to ensure no interference or contact with
cover or circuit board components.
CAUTION: Do not interchange transducer connection
cables (OUT 1 and OUT 2 with OUT 3 and OUT 4) or
remote connection cable (OUT 1 and OUT 2 with OUT 3
and OUT 4) or the unit will malfunction.
OBSERVE ALL APPLICABLE ELECTRICAL CODES AND
PROPER WIRING PROCEDURES.
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2. To prevent cable damage, DO NOT remove transducer
from tank with coaxial cable connected to the amplifier.
CAUTION: Never tighten transducer to tank connection
by turning housing. Use wrench on transducer mounting
nut flats. Use thread tape or suitable pipe compound on
threads. Do not over tighten.
COAXIAL CABLE INSTALLATION
Transducers are furnished with dual coaxial cables. If unit
purchased is not equipped with remote transducer housing,
coaxial cable must be run in conduit to the amplifier.
If a remote transducer housing is furnished, the coaxial
cables from the transducer will terminate inside the housing
in phono jacks marked IN1 and IN2. Model 921 units will
have an additional pair of cables terminating in IN3 and IN4.
Connect coaxial cable to jacks OUT 1 and 02 on remote
transducer termination board. If installing a Model 921, connect the second pair of cables to jacks 03 and 04. (Coaxial
cable extensions must be run in conduit.) Refer to Figure 6
on page 5.
CAUTION: To retain explosion proof/vapor proof rating,
coaxial cable must be run in properly sealed conduit.
USER SELECTIONS
RELAY WIRING
FAIL-SAFE JUMPER
Model 911 units have a number of different relay wiring
options. The table below lists relay contact positions for all
possible combinations of power failure, state of the transducer gap and fail-safe jumper position. Each user must
decide, from consideration of the overall system, which
combinations of the above constitutes fail-safe and alarm
conditions; and, select the appropriate relay wiring and failsafe positions.
Model 911/921 are available with a field selectable fail-safe
jumper (P1) for low or high level. The jumper is located above
potentiometer (R30) located along the right edge of each
printed circuit board. Refer to Figure 7. In this instance, the
term fail-safe denotes the positions the relay contacts
assume when power to the unit is lost.
For Model 921 units, the table can be used for selecting the
mode of operation for one point at a time.
CALIBRATION
Model 911/921 units do not require field calibration. The set
point is not adjustable.
CONTROL RELAY WIRING CHART
Fail-safe Jumper
Position
Low Level
Jumper P1 (LL)
High Level
Jumper P1 (HL)
Line
Power
On
Failure
On
Failure
Transducer
Gap
Relay
Terminals
CM to NC CM to NO
Dry
Wet
Dry
Wet
Closed
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
Closed
Open
Open
Dry
Wet
Dry
Wet
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Open
TIME DELAY
Model 911/921 units are provided with an adjustable turn-on
delay of up to approximately 60 seconds. The time delay
occurs when the transducer gap goes from the "dry" to the
"wet" state. Minimum time delay occurs with potentiometer
(R30) adjusted fully counterclockwise (CCW). Increase time
delay by turning clockwise (CW). Refer to Figure 7.
NOTE: Care should be exercised not to interchange wires
between Pole 1 and Pole 2 termination connections.
Fail-safe Jumper P1
Time Delay
Potentiometer R30
Main Amplifier Board
Figure 7
911/921 lower gap
Transducer self test
connection
921 upper gap
Transducer self test
connection
Phono cables
to transducer
Phono cables
to transducer
Phono cables to
remote electronics
Phono cables to
remote electronics
Self test cable to
remote electronics
Self test cable to
remote electronics
Remote Transducer Termination Board
Figure 6
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USER SELECTIONS cont.
CIRCUITRY CHECK
CIRCUITRY CHECK cont.
Transducer dry
Transducer dry cont.
A complete test of the transducer and electronic circuitry
may be made by using one of the following tests:
1. Self test: Locate the self test terminal strip (TB3) on the
right side of the board. With a small jumper, momentarily
touch terminals 1 and 2. The result should be the relay
contacts changing state. Refer to Figure 8.
Self-Test Terminal
Strip TB3
2. Current meter: Hook the meter in series: red or (+) lead
to terminal 1, black or (-) lead to terminal 2. The result
should be a measurement of the current going to the reed
switch. Approximately 10 mA to 20 mA is the normal
range of current. If current is not present, contact the factory.
Fail-safe Jumper P1
NOTE: A current meter should be used to verify self test only
if the relay does not change state with the jumper.
3. Local magnetic check: With power on, and all cable
connections made, take a horseshoe magnet and place it
at the mounting nut rotating it around the circumference.
From the "dry" state when the proper orientation of the
magnetic field is located to the reed switch, the relay will
change state to simulate "wet" condition. Remove the
magnet and the relay will return to the "dry" state. If this
does not work a stronger magnet may be needed.
NOTE: For units with time delay, output activation occurs following selected time delay.
4. Local push button, less than 30 feet away, (supplied
by user) using unit power: Wire a momentary contact
switch to self test terminals 1 and 2 of TB3. Refer to
Figure 8. This switch must have normally open contacts,
and must be suitable for the atmosphere surrounding the
control.
Figure 8
5. Remote push button, more than 30 feet away, using
external power: Remove power to unit. Cut jumper wire
JU2 in the top right corner of the board. Refer to Figure
9. Wire remote push button to terminals 2 and 3 of TB3,
providing external power in the loop. (Requires a 12 VDC
power supply.) Connect the positive (+) 12 VDC wire to
terminal 2. Connect the negative (-) wire to terminal 3.
Depress the push button—control output should activate,
simulating liquid in the gap. LED will light immediately.
CAUTION: Do not connect terminal 3 to any other terminal. Instrument damage will occur.
Depress the momentary contact switch. The control output must activate, simulating liquid in the gap. Release
the momentary contact switch. The control output must
deactivate. The LED will go out immediately.
Jumper JU2
Self-Test Terminal
Strip TB3
CAUTION: Do not connect terminal 1 to any other terminal. Instrument damage will occur.
Figure 9
OPERATIONAL TEST (Integral or Remote Units)
With the transducer properly connected to the amplifier,
check to ensure all cable connections are correct.
1. Fill a small vessel with water and completely immerse the
bottom gap of the transducer. In this condition the transducer is now in the WET state. The relay should change
state.
2. Remove the transducer from the vessel of water. In this
condition the transducer is now in the DRY state. The
relay should change state again.
If the relay changes state going from DRY to WET the equipment is functioning correctly.
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NOTE: A balloon filled with water may be substituted for a
small vessel of water. When using this method be sure the
outside of the balloon surface is wet. Note the position of the
relay in the DRY state. Now, take the wetted balloon and put
it in the transducer gap. The result should be a change in the
relay state. The unit is now in a WET condition.
In case of malfunction, consult the Troubleshooting section
or consult factory.
TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION: In hazardous areas, do not remove housing until power is disconnected and atmosphere is determined to be safe.
No signal with level change
Sensor wetted, unit powered, but control relay does not
energize. LED should light.
1. Verify power and control circuit wiring.
2. Check the red LED on the board. The LED will light immediately when the transducer gap is filled with liquid, or
when a self test check is performed on the unit. The LED
is not affected by the time delay. Refer to Figure 4 on
page 3.
3. For integral units, check transducer phono plugs for
proper insertion in J1 and J2. For remote units, check
remote cable phono plugs in J1 and J2 and all phono
plugs in remote transducer termination board.
4. With the transducer dry, test control circuit with magnet
or push button. If control circuit activates, remove unit
from vessel and check for foreign media in transducer
gap.
5. If control circuit does not activate, consult factory.
Self-test circuitry works, but control relay does not activate on level change.
1. Check terminals for loose connection.
2. Check coaxial cable jack plugs for improper seating or
central wire rolled loose from pin.
3. Check coaxial cable for breaks, or signal wire shorted to
ground shield.
4. Check the time delay—it should be fully counterclockwise.
5. If control does not activate, consult factory.
Control output will not deactivate
1. Check transducer for plugged gap.
2. Make sure self test wiring is deactivated.
3. Check for dense foam or liquid in gap.
4. If control does not activate, consult factory.
Model 921 units
1. Check for plugged or fouled sensor gap.
2. Sensor gap faces not parallel.
3. Inspect unit for failed or dirty relay contacts.
For either no signal or no signal reset, check transducer
coaxial cables to make sure the upper and lower gaps are
connected to the designated PC board. Refer to page 4.
4. If control does not activate, consult factory.
AGENCY APPROVALS
Agency
Model
Approval
9X1-XXXX-A1X
NEMA 4X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups C & D
Class II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, & G
Class III, NEMA 4X
Class I, Div. 1, Groups B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, & G
Class III, NEMA 4X
All transducer materials approved
except epoxy and polypropylene
9X1-XXXX-E1X
9X1-XXXX-F1X
FM
9X1-XXXX-H1X
with transducer
58X-1AXX-XXX
CENELEC 9X1-XXXX-I1X
EExd IIc T6
if used with transducer
58X-1A22-XXX; 58X-1AMM-XXX
58X-1AHB-XXX; 58X-1AHC-XXX
Agency
Model
9X1-A1AX-A1X
9X1-B1CX-A1X
9X1-A1AX-E1X
9X1-B1CX-F1X
CSA
9X1-A1AX-H1X
9X1-B1CX-H1X
with transducer
58X-1A22-XXX
58X-1AHB-XXX
58X-1AHC-XXX
58X-1AMM-XXX
58X-1ATT-XXX
Approval
TYPE 4X
Class
Class
Class
Class
Class
Class
I, Div. 1, Groups C & D
II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, & G
III, TYPE 4X
I, Div. 1, Groups B, C, & D
II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, & G
III, TYPE 4X
All transducer materials approved
except CPVC, epoxy, teflon,
kynar, and polypropylene
These units have been tested to EN 50081-2 and EN 50082-2 and
are in compliance with the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
3.25
(83)
inches (mm)
3.00
(76)
Rotation
Clearance
9.75
(248)
Rotation
Clearance
10.56
(268)
3/4" NPT
Conduit
Connection
3/4" NPT
Conduit
Connection
3/4" NPT Thread
3/4" NPT Thread
Actuation
Length
(Refer to Model Identification –
Transducer on page 1.)
1.62
(41)
Actuation
Length
(Refer to Model Identification
Transducer on page 1.)
Actuation
1.62
(41)
.87 (22) Dia.
.87 (22) Dia.
Model 911 Integral Mount
with NEMA 4X Housing
Figure 10
3.25
(83)
Actuation
Model 911 Integral Mount
with NEMA 4X/7/9 Housing
Figure 11
3.00
(76)
Rotation
Clearance
9.75
(248)
Rotation
Clearance
10.56
(268)
1" NPT
Conduit
Connection
3/4" NPT
Conduit
Connection
3/4" NPT Thread
3/4" NPT Thread
1.00 (25)
Min. Actuation
3.62 (92)
20.00 (508) Min. Actuation
Max. Distance
Between Gaps
1.62
(41)
.87 (22) Dia.
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Model 921 Integral Mount
with NEMA 4X Housing
Figure 12
1.00 (25)
Min. Actuation
3.62 (92)
20.00 (508) Min. Actuation
Max. Distance
Between Gaps
1.62
(41)
.87 (22) Dia.
Model 921 Integral Mount
with NEMA 4X/7/9 Housing
Figure 13
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
inches (mm)
9.88
(251)
9.12
(232)
3/4" NPT
Conduit
Connection
3/4" NPT
Conduit
Connection
1/2" NPT (std.)
3/4" NPT (opt.) 3.00
(76)
Transducer/
Amplifier Cable
Connection
3.00
(76)
3.75
(95)
3.00
(76)
Model 911 and 921
Remote NEMA 4X Housing
Figure 14
3/4" NPT Thread
1/2" NPT (std.)
3/4" NPT (opt.)
Transducer/
Amplifier Cable
Connection
3.75
(95)
3.00
(76)
10.00
(254)
1" NPT
Conduit
Connection
1/2" NPT (std.)
3/4" NPT (opt.)
Transducer/
Amplifier Cable
Connection
3.00
(76)
3.75
(95)
Model 911
Remote NEMA 4X/7/9 Housing
Figure 15
Model 921
Remote NEMA 4X/7/9 Housing
Figure 16
3/4" NPT Thread
4.63
(118) Dia.
Actuation
Length
Actuation
1.62
(41)
.87 (22) Dia.
Single Gap Transducer
Figure 17
5.00
(127)
Actuation
Length
Actuation
3.00 Rotation
(76) clearance
2.75
(70)
3/4" NPT
.87 (22) Dia.
Tip Sensitive Transducer
Single Gap Stainless Steel Only
Figure 18
Remote Transducer Housing
Figure 19
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SPECIFICATIONS cont.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE RATINGS
Transducer
Operating / Non-Operating
Pressure
PSIG
BAR
Description
Specifications
Temperature
120 VAC, 50/60 Hz (+10%/-15%)
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (+10%/-15%)
24 VDC, (±10%)
12 VDC, (±10%)
Power supply
316 SS
800/1500
55/103
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
CPVC
100
7
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
Output relays
300 ➀
21
-40° F to +100° F
(-40° C to +38° C)
Power consumption
2.5 VA nominal
0.078" (1.98 mm)
800/1500
55/103
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
Repeatability
Hastelloy B
Fail-safe
Field selectable high or low
Hastelloy C
800/1500
55/103
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
Time delay
0 - 60 seconds nominal
Self test
7
+32° F to +200° F
(0° C to +93° C)
Local magnetic
Remote electrical by push button
Calibration
Not required
800/1500
55/103
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
Ambient temperature
(Electronics)
-40° F to +160° F
(-40° C to +71° C)
Polypropylene
100
7
Teflon®
100
7
Titanium
1500
103
Epoxy
Kynar
Monel
100
AC
DC
(1) DPDT, 240 VAC, 10 amp resistive
(1) DPDT, 30 VDC, 10 amp resistive
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
+32° F to +200° F
(0° C to +93° C)
-40° F to +250° F
(-40° C to +121° C)
➀ Consult factory for 1000 PSIG (69 BAR) rating and higher
temperatures.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
No.
Description
10 amp DPDT relay
1
PC board ➀
5 amp DPDT hermetic relay
120 VAC
240 VAC
24 VDC
120 VAC
240 VAC
24 VDC
TTL
Open collector
NEMA 4X, Carbon steel
NEMA 4X/7/9, Cast aluminum
2 Housing cover
NEMA 4X/7/9, Cast iron
NEMA 4X/7/9 Group B, Cast iron
NEMA 4X
3 Cover seal
NEMA 4X/7/9
NEMA 4X, Carbon steel, single conduit (3⁄4" NPT)
NEMA 4X/7/9, Cast iron, single conduit (1" NPT)
4 Housing base
NEMA 4X/7/9 Group B, Cast iron,
single conduit, (1" NPT)
5 PC board mounting bracket
(1⁄2" NPT)
6 Remote electronics mounting bracket
(3⁄4" NPT)
7* Remote transducer termination board ➀
8 Remote transducer termination board mounting bracket
9 Remote transducer housing and base assembly
RG 178 (1 to 50 feet)
10 Coaxial cable ➁
RG 58 (51 to 300 feet)
11 Remote transducer housing assembly
➀ Refer to the ESD Handling Procedure on page 3.
➁ Two pairs required for dual point.
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Part Number
Model 911
Model 921
030-2037-006 (qty 1)
030-2037-006 (qty
030-2037-007 (qty 1)
030-2037-007 (qty
030-2037-008 (qty 1)
030-2037-008 (qty
030-2037-011 (qty 1)
030-2037-011 (qty
030-2037-012 (qty 1)
030-2037-012 (qty
030-2037-013 (qty 1)
030-2037-013 (qty
Consult factory
Consult factory
089-6510-003
002-6204-600
not available
004-9107-001
004-9111-001
004-9111-001
012-1318-001
012-2101-345
012-2501-249
004-9165-002
004-9104-001
004-9138-003
004-9136-003
005-6630-001
005-5629-001
036-3805-001
036-3805-003
030-2172-001
005-6634-001
089-6585-001
037-3155-XXX
037-3156-XXX
056-1063-001
2)
2)
2)
2)
2)
2)
REPLACEMENT PARTS cont.
Transducer replacement parts
Sensor mounting flanges (Optional)
1a. Order transducer Series 58 model number from the units
nameplate.
1b. Construct part number from Transducer Part Number
section under Model Identification from page 1.
Raised face mounting flanges are available in the sizes and
material shown below. Specify the part number as an additional line item when placing an order. Consult factory for
additional flanges.
Flange
Part Number
Size Rating
Transducer
316 SS
304 SS
Carbon Stl Hastelloy C
1 ⁄"
04-5867-001 04-5867-011 04-5867-021
2"
04-5867-002 04-5867-012 04-5867-022
3" 150 lb. 04-5867-003 04-5867-013 04-5867-023
4"
04-5867-004 04-5867-014 04-5867-024
5"
04-5867-005 04-5867-015 04-5867-025
1 ⁄"
04-5867-006 04-5867-016 04-5867-026
2"
04-5867-007 04-5867-017 04-5867-027
3" 300 lb. 04-5867-008 04-5867-018 04-5867-028
4"
04-5867-009 04-5867-019 04-5867-029
5"
04-5867-010 04-5867-020 04-5867-030
1 ⁄ " 600 lb. 04-5867-045
C/F
04-5867-046
1
1
Figure 20
2
2
1
2
04-5867-031
04-5867-032
C/F
C/F
C/F
04-5867-036
04-5867-037
C/F
C/F
C/F
C/F
C/F = Consult Factory
Remote Mounted Shown
1
7
8
2
9
5
3
4
Figure 22
6
10
Figure 21
11
IMPORTANT
PRODUCT WARRANTY
QUALITY ASSURANCE
All Magnetrol/STI electronic level and flow controls are warranted free of defects in materials or workmanship for one
full year from the date of original factory shipment. Repair
parts are warranted free of defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of shipment. Materials,
specifications, and contents are subject to change without
prior written notice.
The quality assurance system in place at
Magnetrol/STI guarantees the highest level
of quality throughout the company.
Magnetrol/STI is committed to providing
full customer satisfaction both in quality
products and quality service.
If returned within the warranty period; and, upon factory
inspection of the control, the cause of the claim is determined to be covered under the warranty; then,
Magnetrol/STI will repair or replace the control at no cost to
the purchaser (or owner) other than transportation.
Magnetrol’s quality assurance system is registered to ISO
9001 and Z299.1 affirming its commitment to known international quality standards providing the strongest
assurance of product/service quality available.
Magnetrol/STI shall not be liable for misapplication, labor
claims, direct or consequential damage or expense arising
from the installation or use of equipment. There are no other
warranties expressed or implied, except special written warranties covering some Magnetrol/STI products.
ASSURED QUALITY & SERVICE COST LESS
SERVICE POLICY
RETURN MATERIAL PROCEDURE
Owners of Magnetrol/STI controls may request the return of
a control or any part of a control for complete rebuilding or
replacement. They will be rebuilt or replaced promptly.
Controls returned under our service policy must be returned
by Prepaid transportation. Magnetrol/STI will repair or
replace the control at no cost to the purchaser (or owner)
other than transportation if:
So that we may efficiently process any materials that are
returned, it is essential that a “Return Material Authorization”
(RMA) number be obtained from the factory, prior to the
material's return. This is available through Magnetrol/STI's
local representative or by contacting the factory. Please supply the following information:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Returned within the warranty period; and
2. The factory inspection finds the cause of the claim to
be covered under the warranty.
If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control;
or, is NOT covered by the warranty, there will be charges for
labor and the parts required to rebuild or replace the equipment.
In some cases it may be expedient to ship replacement
parts; or, in extreme cases a complete new control, to
replace the original equipment before it is returned. If this is
desired, notify the factory of both the model and serial numbers of the control to be replaced. In such cases, credit for
the materials returned will be determined on the basis of the
applicability of our warranty.
No claims for misapplication, labor, direct or consequential
damage will be allowed.
Company Name
Description of Material
Serial Number
Reason for Return
Application
Any unit that was used in a process must be properly
cleaned in accordance with OSHA standards, before it is
returned to the factory.
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must accompany
material that was used in any media.
All shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid
transportation.
All replacements will be shipped F.O.B. factory.
NOTE: Refer to Electrostatic Discharge Handling Procedure
on page 2.
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
For use in Category II installations. If equipment is used in a
manner not specified by manufacturer, protection provided
by equipment may be impaired.
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BULLETIN: 51-601.5
EFFECTIVE: January 1997
SUPERSEDES: August 1996