BE58-101-4 PulsarR05

PULSAR® R05
Pulse Burst Radar
Level Transmitter
The Pulsar® Radar transmitter is the latest generation of
loop-powered, 24 V DC, level transmitters. It has lower
power consumption, faster response time and is easier to
use than most loop-powered radar transmitters.
The Pulsar® is designed to provide unparalleled performance and ease of use. Pulsar® non-contact radar is the
perfect complement to the Magnetrol Eclipse® Guided Wave
Radar. These transmitters offer the ultimate solution to the
vast majority of process level applications.
DESCRIPTION
Through-Air Measurement
Pulsar® with
horn antenna
Pulsar® with
dielectric rod
* 6 GHz operating frequency offers superior performance in
the tougher applications of turbulence, foam, and heavy
vapours.
* Two-wire, intrinsically safe loop powered level transmitter.
* 360° rotatable housing can be dismantled without depressurizing the vessel via “Quick connect/disconnect” probe
coupling.
* Two-line, 8-character LCD and 3-button keypad.
* 2 antenna styles up to +200 °C / 51,7 bar (+400 °F / 750 psi):
- horn antenna: 3", 4" and 6"
- dielectric rod antenna: PP and TFE.
* Measuring range up to 20 m.
* False target setup is simple, intuitive and effective.
* Will reliably track extremely rapid rate of change up to
4,5 m (180") / minute.
* Suited for SIL 1 and SIL 2 loops (full FMEDA report available).
F E AT U R E S
FE T Y I
NT
SA
EGRITY
V EL
LE
A G E N C Y A P P R O VA L S
MEDIA: Liquids or slurries; hydrocarbons to water-based
media (dielectric 1,7 - 100).
VESSELS: Most process or storage vessels up to rated
probe temperature and pressure. Pits and non metallic
tanks.
CONDITIONS: Virtually all level measurement and control
applications including process conditions exhibiting visible
vapours, some foam, surface agitation, bubbling or boiling, high
fill/empty rates, low level and varying dielectric media or specific gravity.
A P P L I C AT I O N S
Agency
ATEX
IEC
LRS
FM/CSA➀
Approval
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga, intrinsically safe
II 1/2 G EEx d IIC T6, flameproof enclosure
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga, intrinsically safe
Lloyds Register of Shipping (marine applications)
Russian Authorisation Standards➀
Other approvals are available, consult factory for more details
➀ Consult factory for proper model numbers and classifications
Worldwide level and flow solutions
The Pulsar® Radar transmitter can be mounted to a vessel using a variety of process connections. Generally either a threaded
or flanged connection is used.
M O U N T I N G C O N S I D E R AT I O N S
LOCATION
Ideally the Radar transmitter should be mounted 1⁄2 radius
from center providing an unobstructed signal path to the liquid surface where it should illuminate (with microwave energy) the largest possible surface area. Tank walls may produce reflections that must be minimized during field configuration (see orientation).
> 450 mm
(18")
1/
2
radius
OBSTRUCTIONS
Almost any object that falls within the beam pattern will
cause reflections that may be misinterpreted as a false liquid level. Although Pulsar® has a powerful False Target
Rejection routine, all possible precautions should be taken
to minimize false target reflections with proper installation
and orientation.
ORIENTATION
The Pulsar® transmitter utilizes a linearly polarized,
microwave beam that can be rotated to improve its performance. Proper orientation can minimize unwanted target
reflections, decrease sidewall reflections (multipath) and
maximize direct reflections from the liquid surface. The
index mark located on the side of the launcher is oriented in
the same direction as the polarization.
The launcher is considered to be at 0° when the index mark
is closest to the tank wall.
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45
Set Screw
Universal
Connector
2
STANDPIPES AND STILLWELLS
Pulsar® can be mounted into a standpipe or stillwell but specific considerations should be given:
Considerations for the standpipe or stillwell:
• Only use in metal stillwells/ standpipes: min 80 mm – max
200 mm Ø (3 – 8")
• Venting holes and slots should not be larger than 13 mm
(0.5)
• Smooth welds, no reducers allowed, and the length of the
stillwell / standpipe = the measuring length (liquid must be
at all times in the stillwill /standpipe)
• When isolation valves are used, use a full port valve of the
same diam. of the standpipe diam.
• When the stillwell is near to the bottom and εr is low
(1.7 ..3.0), use a deflector plate to eliminate tank bottom
reflections
Index mark
The launcher (index
mark) should be
rotated 90 ° from
process connections
Considerations for the unit:
• Only use horn antenna sized to the pipe dia.
- 3" antenna for pipe sizes DN 80 / 3"
- 4" antenna for pipe sizes DN 100 up to 150 / 4" up to 6"
- 6" antenna for pipe sizes DN 200 / 8" and above
• Rotate unit until index is in 90° versus process connection
• Enter the inside pipe Ø in the menu screen «pipe ID». The
installation into a pipe increases the systemsʼ sensitivity.
Entering a pipe inside diameter reduces the gain which
automatically compensates for this.
max
13 mm (0.5")
Measuring length
Apply the following table to determine max measuring
range
Antenna
size
3"
4"
6"
Pipe size
sch 40 - wall thickness
of 5 mm(0.19")
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
DN 200
3"
4"
6"
8"
max range in
meters (ft)
18,3 (60.0)
19,1 (62.7)
19,6 (64.3)
19,8 (65.0)
Pipe inside diameters are within range for pipe sizes up to
sch 40 or wall thickness of 5 mm (EN/DIN).
For larger pipe sizes, use above pipe sizes as a max inside
diameter regardless outside diameter.
Distance = C (speed of light) x
Pulsar® R05 Pulse Burst Radar emits short bursts of
5,8 GHz energy to a liquid surface. An ultra-high-speed timing circuitry measures the time of the signal reflected off the
liquid surface.
Sophisticated signal processing filters out false reflections
and other background noises. The exact level is then calculated, by factoring tank height and sensor offset information.
The Pulsar® circuitry is extremely energy efficient so no duty
cycling is needed like with likewise radars. This allows to
track high rates of level changes up to 4,5 m/minute
(180"/min).
T (transit time)
TECHNOLOGY
Reflected
Pulse
2
Initial
Pulse
Air εr = 1
Liquid εr > 1,7
3
Storage and intermediate holding tanks
Conditions: calm surfaces
A P P L I C AT I O N S
Reactors, mixers and blending vessels
Conditions: turbulence, foam and changing dielectric
Sumps
Conditions: turbulence, foam and changing dielectric
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Chambers and bypass
Recommended to use Eclipse® guided wave radar.
P A C T w a r e ™ P C S O F T WA R E P R O G R A M
FDT technology provides an open communication interface between field instruments of various communication
protocols and the host/ DCS system. The DTM driver is
typical for one type of instrument and delivers the full functionality of the device added with graphical user interface
via a laptop or PC. Magnetrol transmitters use the free
shareware PACTware™ software to support DTM drivers
and the FDT functionality. Via PACTware™ it becomes
easy to configure, monitor and diagnose a Magnetrol
transmitter from distance or even to call for factory assistance over the internet via the supply of screenshots of
echo curves and trending graphs. Magnetrol DTM library
HART® has passed the dtmINSPECTOR, the official FDT
interoperability test and certification tool. The Magnetrol
DTMʼs are free of charge and can be downloaded from
www.magnetrol.com or obtained via CD Rom from your
nearest Magnetrol contact.
PACTware™ CD with
DTM drivers
Magnetrol recommends the VIATOR®
USB HART® Interface
from MACTek®
Corporation.
Pulsar® and Eclipse® are compatible radar technoplogies, each encompassing different challenges in process level measurement. Often both technologies could be used and are subject to personal preference. However, below guideline advises to
select the right equipment for the job.
SELECTION GUIDE
Pulsar® is ideally suited when
- aggressive and/or high viscous liquids
- long measuring ranges up to 20 m (65 feet)
- invasive parts could obstruct with tank internals eg. mixing blades, heating elements or
any other type of mechanical obstruction.
1 ns
500 ns
Signal processing:
Pulsar® emits short bursts of 6 GHz energy that travels
trough air and reflects off the liquid. The travelling time is
measured to define the level.
Eclipse® is ideally suited when:
- mounting in by-pass cages, bridles or stillwells
- challenging process conditions such as heavy
turbulences, dense foam, boiling or bubbling
surfaces
- high temperature / high pressure applications
- low dielectric liquids under process conditions.
Signal processing:
Eclipse® transmits a single, sharp (fast rise-time) waveform
of wide band energy that travels over a wave guide and
reflects when its characteristic impedance is disturbed. The
travelling time is measured to define the level.
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The Pulsar® can measure reliably in the measurement zone, although that the max 100 % and min 0 % level read outs can
be respectively above and below this measurement zone.
The sensor reference point (bottom of NPT thread, top of BSP or face of flange) defines from where all configuration dimensions are entered.
The value in sensor offset accommodates for the distance between tank height and effective process connection.
By entering a level offset, the user can set the 0 % at the bottom of the tank in spite of an irregular bottom, heating coils etc..
Offset values are practical in use for configuring the unit based upon tank details that are available.
When level approaches the blocking distance – this is the zone in which unreliable measurement can be expected from antenna ringing – the user can set a safety zone.
When level enters the safety zone, an error signal (3,6 mA / 22 mA) will alarm for high level readings in critical level applications.
The user can also select for latch 3,6 mA or latch 22 mA, in this case the loop current will remain blocked until manually
cleared.
TERMINOLOGY
Sensor reference point
Blocking
distance
Sensor offset (+)
20 mA
Safety zone
Distance
Sensor Offset +
Tank Height =
Distance from
process
connection to
tank bottom
Media
Level
Lowest measurable value
Tank
Height
4 mA
Level offset
Several models are available for quick shipment, within max. 4 weeks after factory receipt of complete purchase order,
through the Expedite Ship Plan (ESP).
Models covered by ESP service are conveniently colour coded in the selection data charts.
To take advantage of ESP, simply match the colour coded model number codes (standard dimensions apply).
ESP service may not apply to orders of ten units or more. Contact your local representative for lead times on larger volume
orders, as well as other products and options.
EXPEDITE SHIP PLAN (ESP)
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A complete measuring system consists of:
S E L E C T I O N D ATA
1. Pulsar® transmitter head/electronics
2. Pulsar® antenna:
For the most optimal antenna selection, check first the min. dielectric of the liquid versus the expected wave height (turbulence)
to define whether the required range can be met. The less obstructions are within the beam angle, the better performance –
therefore check as of next the beam angle spread of the antenna versus the obstructions in the tank. See Beam Angle and
Dielectric/Turbulence/Max distance tables at the left side of the antenna order code pages. Two antenna styles exist:
• Horn antenna – always flanged mounting, best performing configuration. Suited for standpipe / stillwell mounting.
• Dielectric rod – threaded or flanged, most flexible mounting but less efficient
3. Option: Mounting flanges for threaded versions
4. Free of charge: Magnetrol master C.D. with Pulsar® R05 DTM (PACTware™). Order code: 090-BE59-200 (included in each
order).
5. Option: MACTek Viator USB HART® interface: order code: 070-3004-002
1. Order code for PULSAR® R05 transmitter head/electronics
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
R 0 5
5,8 GHz - 24 V DC loop powered, Pulsar® Pulse Burst radar
OUTPUT
5 1 0 A
4-20 mA with HART® communication and integral digital display/keypad
MOUNTING/APPROVAL
1
A
C
Integral, weatherproof
Integral, ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga or IEC Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Integral, ATEX II 1/2 G EEx d IIC T6
HOUSING / CABLE ENTRY
1
2
3
4
R 0 5
5 1 0 A
0
0
0
0
0
IP 66,
IP 66,
IP 66,
IP 66,
Cast
Cast
Cast
Cast
aluminium, 3/4" NPT cable entry (2 entries - 1 plugged)
aluminium, M20 x 1,5 cable entry (2 entries - 1 plugged)
stainless steel, 3/4" NPT cable entry (2 entries - 1 plugged)
stainless steel, M20 x 1,5 cable entry (2 entries - 1 plugged)
complete order code for PULSAR® R05 transmitter head/electronics
X = product with a specific customer requirement
DIMENSIONS in mm (inches)
83
(3.28)
105
(4.12)
45° View
102
(4.00)
214
(8.43)
256
(10.08)
126
(4.94)
45 °
111
(4.38)
7
MOUNTING HORN ANTENNA
Beam Angle @-3dB - m (ft)
D (Distance)
3 (10)
6 (20)
9 (30)
12 (40)
15 (50)
18 (60)
20 (65)
Dielectric
W (width)
6" Horn
0,90 (3.0)
1,80 (6.0)
2,70 (9.0)
4" Horn
1,40 (4.5)
2,70 (8.9)
4,10 (13.3)
3,70 (12.0) 5,40 (17.8)
4,60 (15.0) 6,80 (22.2)
10-100
α
D
5,50 (18.0) 8,10 (26.6)
4" horn: 25 °
6" horn: 17 °
6,00 (19.5) 8,80 (28.9)
W
Nozzles
Improper installation in a nozzle creates “ringing” which will adversely
affect measurement. The antenna
should always be mounted so the
active section of the antenna is a minimum of 13 mm (0.5") below the nozzle (be sure to include any nozzle
dimension inside the vessel). Antenna
extensions are offered to allow the
Pulsar® transmitter to work reliably in
nozzle heights of max 25 mm (1"),
100 mm (4"), 200 mm (8") or
300 mm (12").
3-10
1,7-3,0
Turbulence, wave
height in mm (inches)
None
Light, < 15 (0.5)
Max distance
in m (feet)
6" Horn
4" Horn
20,0 (65)
16,0 (52)
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
12,5 (41)
12,0 (39)
None
18,5 (60)
17,0 (55)
7,5 (25)
6,5 (22)
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
Light, < 15 (0.5)
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
None
Light, < 15 (0.5)
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
9,0 (29)
14,5 (48)
11,0 (37)
8,0 (27)
13,5 (44)
10,0 (33)
13,5 (45)
12,0 (40)
6,0 (20)
5,0 (17)
11,5 (37)
9,0 (29)
10,0 (33)
8,0 (26)
Antenna
Extension
min 13 mm (0.5")
4" horn:
213 (8.4) - nozzle height 200 (8)
315 (12.4)- nozzle height 300 (12)
6" horn:
315 (12.4) - nozzle
height 300 (12)
Extended horn
Standpipes and Stillwells
Index mark
The launcher (index
mark) should be
rotated 90 ° from
process connections
3", 4" and 6" horn antenna can be used for mounting in
standpipes and stillwells. Use below table to select the right
antenna for matching with the pipe size of your standpipe/stillwell.
Antenna
size
3"
4"
max
13 mm (0.5")
8
6"
Measuring length
Pipe size
sch 40 - wall thickness
of 5 mm(0.19")
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
DN 200
3"
4"
6"
8"
max range in
meters (ft)
18,3 (60.0)
19,1 (62.7)
19,6 (64.3)
19,8 (65.0)
2. Order code for PULSAR® R05 horn antenna
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
R A 3
R A 4
R A 6
Pulsar® 3" horn antenna - use only for mounting on standpipe/stillwell
Pulsar® 4" horn antenna - use min. 4" / DN 100 size process connection flanges
Pulsar® 6" horn antenna - use min. 6" / DN 150 size process connection flanges
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION
A
B
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404) stainless steel
- RA4/RA6 only
Hastelloy® C (2.4819)
PROCESS CONNECTION - SIZE/TYPE (Consult factory for larger flange sizes)
ANSI flanges
EN (DIN) flanges
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
3"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
150
300
600
150
300
600
150
300
600
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
E
E
E
F
F
F
G
G
G
A
B
D
A
B
D
A
B
D
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
80
80
80
100
100
100
150
150
150
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PROCESS SEAL - MATERIAL (see page 12 for selection assistance)
0
1
2
8
R A
Viton® GFLT seal
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)
Kalrez® 4079 seal
Simriz® SZ 485 (formerly Aegis PF 128 seal)
ANTENNA EXTENSION
0
1
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 0
Only for use with 3" horn antenna
For nozzle height < 100 mm (4")
For nozzle height < 200 mm (8")
For nozzle height < 300 mm (12")
16
25/40
63
16
25/40
63
16
25/40
63
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
A
A
B2
A
A
B2
A
A
B2
-40 °C (-40 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
-50 °C (-60 °F) / +125 °C (+250 °F)
-40 °C (-40 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
-20 °C (-4 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
-
RA3 only
RA4 only
RA4/RA6 only
RA4/RA6 only
complete order code for PULSAR® R05 horn antenna
X = product with a specific customer requirement
DIMENSIONS in mm (inches)
76
(3)
76
(3)
51 (2.7)
ø 75
(2.95)
3" Horn
76
(3)
dim A
dim A
ø 95
(3.75)
Max nozzle height
100 mm (4")
200 mm (8")
300 mm (12")
4" Horn
dim A
117 (4.6)
213 (8.4)
315 (12.4)
ø 146
(5.75)
Max nozzle height
200 mm (8")
300 mm (12")
6" Horn
dim A
211 (8.3)
315 (12.4)
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MOUNTING DIELECTRIC ROD ANTENNA
Beam Angle @-3dB - m (ft)
D (Distance)
3 (10)
6 (20)
9 (30)
12 (40)
15 (50)
18 (60)
20 (65)
Dielectric
W (width)
1,40 (4.5)
2,70 (8.9)
Turbulence, wave height
in mm (inches)
None
Light, < 15 (0.5)
10-100
4,10 (13.3)
5,40 (17.8)
6,80 (22.2)
8,10 (26.6)
∝
8,80 (28.9)
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
25 °
(65)
16
(52)
(40)
7,5 (25)
None
Light, < 15 (0.5)
15
(50)
6
(20)
12
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
(40)
9
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
None
Light, < 15 (0.5)
2,0-3,0
20
12
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
3-10
D
Max distance
in m (feet)
(30)
11
(35)
8,5 (28)
Moderate, < 25 (1.0)
6,5 (21)
Heavy, > 25 (1.0)
4,5 (15)
W
Nozzles
Improper installation in a nozzle creates “ringing” which will adversely
affect measurement. The antenna
should always be mounted so the
active section of the antenna is a minimum of 13 mm (0.5") below the nozzle (be sure to include any nozzle
dimension inside the vessel). Antenna
extensions are offered to allow the
Pulsar® transmitter to work reliably in
nozzle heights of max. 25 mm (1"),
100 mm (4"), 200 mm (8") or
300 mm (12"). Standard antennas are
shown below for reference. (See table
below).
min ø: 50 mm (2")
min 13 mm (0.5")
316/316L
Hastelloy® C
or Monel
(digit 4 = A, B or C)
316/316L
(digit 4 = G)
Inactive
part
TFE or PP
(digit 4 = A, B or C)
Halar® or PP (all
wetted parts)
(digit 4 = G)
(standard antenna shown)
DIMENSIONS in mm (inches)
56 (2.20)
20 (0.8)
Ø TFE: 41 (1.63)
PP: 38 (1.50)
Halar/PP (all
wetted parts):
41 (1.63)
76
(3)
76
(3)
A
224
(8.8)
10
25 (1)➀
100 (4)
Ø TFE: 41 (1.63)
PP: 38 (1.50)
200 (8)
B
Threaded connection
BSP/NPT
(extended antenna shown)
Nozzle height
Flanged connection
ANSI / EN (DIN)
300 (12)
➀
A
(inactive part)
B (antenna
extension)
231 (9.1)
457 (18.0)
58 (2.3)
130 (5.1)
333 (13.1)
282 (11.1)
356 (14.0)
559 (22.0)
Standard antenna with threaded connections only.
2. Order code for PULSAR® R05 dielectric rod antenna
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
R A A
R A B
R A C
Pulsar® dielectric rod antenna in TFE (Teflon®)
Pulsar® dielectric rod antenna in PP (Polypropylene)
Pulsar® dielectric rod antenna in Halar®
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION
A
B
C
G
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404) stainless steel inactive part with TFE or PP antenna
Hastelloy® C (2.4819) inactive part with TFE antenna
Monel® (2.4360) inactive part with TFE antenna
All-plastic antenna
PROCESS CONNECTION - SIZE/TYPE
Threaded
3 1
3 2
11/2" NPT
11/2" BSP (G 11/2")
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
2"
2"
2"
3"
3"
3"
4"
4"
4"
6"
6"
6"
150
300
600
150
300
600
150
300
600
150
300
600
4
5
6
7
P
P
P
P
2"
3"
4"
6"
Tri-Clamp®
Tri-Clamp®
Tri-Clamp®
Tri-Clamp®
ANSI flanges ➀
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
ANSI
-
RAA/RAB only
RAA only
RAA only
RAB/RAC only
min nozzle Ø: 50 mm (2")
min nozzle Ø: 50 mm (2")
EN (DIN) flanges ➀
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF
RF➁
RF➁
RF➁
D
D
D
E
E
E
F
F
F
G
G
G
A
B
D
A
B
D
A
B
D
A
B
D
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
50
50
50
80
80
80
100
100
100
150
150
150
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
16
25/40
63
16
25/40
63
16
25/40
63
16
25/40
63
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Hygienic 316/316L (1.4401/1.4404) connections – use only material of construction code A
➀
➁
Metal flanges welded to antenna
Not available with plastic facing for RAB-G and RAC-G
PROCESS SEAL - MATERIAL (see page 12 for selection assistance)
0
1
2
8
➂
Viton® GFLT seal
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)➂
Kalrez® 4079 seal➂
Simriz® SZ 485 (formerly Aegis PF 128 seal)➂
Not with all-plastic antenna (RAB-G and RAC-G)
ANTENNA EXTENSION
0
1
2
3
R A
A
A
B2
A
A
B2
A
A
B2
A➁
A➁
B2➁
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 0
For
For
For
For
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle
height
height
height
height
<
<
<
<
-40 °C (-40 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
-50 °C (-60 °F) / +125 °C (+250 °F)
-40 °C (-40 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
-20 °C (-4 °F) / +200 °C (+400 °F)
25 mm (1") - always threaded process connection
100 mm (4")
200 mm (8") (ESP for RAA only)
300 mm (12")
complete order code for PULSAR® R05 dielectric rod antenna
X = product with a specific customer requirement
11
3. Mounting flanges for 1 1/2" NPT threaded versions - ANSI RF (metal) /ANSI FF (plastic)
Part Number:
004-6852
316/316L SST
304/304L SST
Carbon steel
Hastelloy® C
Monel®
Kynar®
PVC
Polypropylene
TFE
150#
-001
-009
-017
-025
-033
-041
-049
-057
-065
2"
300#
-005
-013
-021
-029
-037
-045
-053
-061
-069
150#
-002
-010
-018
-026
-034
-042
-050
-058
-066
3"
300#
-006
-014
-022
-030
-038
-046
-054
-062
-070
4"
150# 300#
-003 -007
-011 -015
-019 -023
-027 -031
-035 -039
-043 -047
-051 -055
-059 -063
-067 -071
6"
150# 300#
-004 -008
-012 -016
-020 -024
-028 -032
-036 -040
-044 -048
-052 -056
-060 -064
-068 -072
P R O C E S S S E A L M AT E R I A L
Material
Viton® GFLT
EPDM
Simriz SZ
485
(formerly
Aegis
PF128)
Code
Maximum
Temperature
Maximum
Pressure
Min.
Temp.
0
+200 °C @ 16 bar
(+400 °F @ 232 psi)
51,7 bar @ +20 °C
(750 psi @ +70 °F)
-40 °C
(-40 °F)
1
+125 °C @ 14 bar
(+250 °F @ 200 psi)
51,7 bar @ +20 °C
(750 psi @ +70 °F)
-50 °C
(-60 °F)
12
Not Recommended
For Use In
Ketones (MEK, acetone), skydrol
fluids, amines, anhydrous
General purpose, ethylene ammonia, low molecular weight
esters and ethers, hot hydrofluoric or chlorosuforic acids, sour HCs
Acetone, MEK,
skydrol fluids
Petroleum oils, di-ester base
lubricants, steam
8
+200 °C @ 16 bar
(+400 °F @ 232 psi)
51,7 bar @ +20 °C
(750 psi @ +70 °F)
-20 °C
(-4 °F)
Inorganic and organic acids
(including HF and nitric),
aldehydes, ethylene, glyBlack liquor, Freon 43,
cols, organic oils, silicone Freon 75, Galden, KEL-F liquid,
oils, vinegar, sour HCs,
molten sodium,
steam, amines, ethylene
molten potassium
oxide, propylene oxide,
NACE applications
2
+200 °C @ 16 bar
(+400 °F @ 232 psi)
51,7 bar @ +20 °C
(750 psi @ +70 °F)
-40 °C
(-40 °F)
Inorganic and organic acids
(including HF and nitric),
aldehydes, ethylene, glycols, organic oils, silicone
oils, vinegar, sour HCs
®
Kalrez®
(4079)
Recommended
For Use In
Hot water/steam, hot aliphatic
amines, ethylene oxide,
propylene oxide
T R A N S M I T T E R S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
FUNCTIONAL/PHYSICAL
Description
Operating frequency (approvals)
Power (at terminals)
Specification
Loop Resistance (see graph at page 15)
5,8 GHz (Europe - RTTE)
Weatherproof / ATEX flameproof enclosure (with Intrinsically Safe electronics) 16 to 36 V DC
ATEX Intrinsically Safe: 16 to 28,4 V DC
4-20 mA with HART®
3,8 to 20,5 mA useable (meets NAMUR NE 43)
0,2 to 20 m (0.5 to 65 ft)
Analog: 0,01 mA
Display: 0,1 cm (inch)
400 Ω @ 24 V DC / 20 mA
User Interface
HART® communicator, AMS® or PACTware™ and/or 3-button keypad
Output
Span
Resolution
Damping
Diagnostic Alarm
Display
Menu Language
Housing Material
Approvals
SIL (Safety Integrity Level)
Electrical Data
Equivalent Data
Shock/Vibration Class
Net weight
PERFORMANCE
Description
Reference Conditions
Linearity
Accuracy
Sensitivity
Repeatability
Max fill/drain rate
Response Time
Warm-up Time
Ambient Temp.
Process dielectric effect
Ambient temp. effect
Humidity
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Adjustable 0-45 s
Adjustable 3,6 mA, 22 mA or HOLD last output
2-line x 8-character LCD
English/Spanish/French/German
IP 66/Aluminium A356T6 (< 0.20 % copper) or stainless steel
ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga, ATEX II 1/2 G EEx d IIC T6,
IEC Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
LRS – Lloyds Register of Shipment (marine applications)
Other approvals are available, consult factory for more details
Functional safety to SIL1 as 1oo1 / SIL2 as 1oo2 in accordance to IEC 61508
SFF of 73,7 % - full FMEDA report available
Ui = 28,4 V, li = 120 mA, Pi = 0,84 W
Ci = 2,2 nF, Li = 430 µH
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class SA1 (Shock), ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class VC2 (Vibration)
Aluminium: 2,7 kg (6.0 lbs) – transmitter head / electronics only
Stainless steel: 6,0 kg (13.2 lbs) – transmitter head / electronics only
Specification
Reflection from ideal reflector, at +20 °C (70 °F)
± 1 cm (0,4") or 0,1 % of tank height (whichever is greater)
± 1 cm (0,4") or 0,1 % of tank height (whichever is greater)
(performance will degrade slightly within 1,5 m (60") of antenna)
± 2,5 mm (0.1")
± 5 mm (0,2") or 0,05 % of tank height (whichever is greater)
4,5 m/min (180 inch/min)
< 1 second
30 seconds
-40 °C to +70 °C (-40 °F to +160 °F) (weatherproof up to +80 °C (+175 °F))
Display: -20 °C to +70 °C (-5 °F to +160 °F)
< 7,5 mm (0.3") within selected range
0,05 % of tank height per 10 °C
0-99 %, non-condensing
Meets CE requirements (EN-61326: 1997 + A1 + A2)
ELECTRICAL WIRING
0%
100 %
Standard shielded
twisted cable recommended
Ex
Galvanic Barrier (only needed for intrinsically safe units):
max 28,4 V DC @ 94 mA
Non Ex
13
A N T E N N A S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Description
Materials
Horn
diameter
Antenna
Horn
Process seal
3"
4"
6"
3"/4"/6" Horn antenna
TFE (Teflon)
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404), Hastelloy® C (2.4819)
Viton® GFLT, EPDM, Kalrez® 4079 or Simriz SZ 485 (formerly Aegis PF 128)
75 mm (2.95")
95 mm (3.75")
Process Connection
146 mm (5.75")
See mounting considerations on page 2 and 3
(recommended to use Eclipse® 705 for mounting in external cages or stillwells)
Flanged: Various ANSI or EN (DIN) flanges
Max Process Pressure
46,5 bar @ +20 °C (675 psi @ +70 °F) - see graphs at page 15
Mounting
Blocking distance
Max Process Temp.
➀
Vacuum service
3"
Beam angle - 4"
see page 8
6"
Materials
Mounting
Process seal
Mounting connection
Process Connection
Max Process Temp.
➀
Max Process Pressure - see graphs at page 15
Vacuum service
Beam angle - see table at page 10
Dielectric Range
Description
Materials
Mounting
Antenna
Process seal
Mounting connection
Process Connection
Blocking distance
Max Process Temp.
➀
Max Process Pressure see graphs at page 15
Vacuum service
Beam angle - see table at page 10
Dielectric Range
➀
14
Up to full vacuum
strictly for use in stillwell/standpipe
25 °
1,7 to 100
Antenna
Blocking distance
+200 °C @ 3,5 bar (+400 °F @ 50 psi)
17 °
Dielectric Range
Description
min 50 mm (2") below horn
TFE (Teflon®) dielectric rod
PP (Polypropylene) dielectric rod
+200 °C @ 3,5 bar (+400 °F @ 50 psi)
+95 °C @ 3,5 bar (+200 °F @ 50 psi)
TFE (Teflon)
PP (Polypropylene)
Viton® GFLT, EPDM, Kalrez® 4079 or
Viton® "O"ring
Simriz® SZ 485 (formerly Aegis PF 128)
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404), Hastelloy® C
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404)
(2.4819) or Monel® (2.4360)
See mounting considerations on page 2 and 3
(recommended to use Eclipse® 705 for mounting in external cages or stillwells)
Threaded: NPT or BSP
Flanged: Various ANSI or EN (DIN) flanges
min 50 mm (2") below rod
46,5 bar @ +20 °C (675 psi @ +70 °F)
Up to full vacuum
51,7 bar @ +20 °C (750 psi @ +70 °F)
25 °
2,0 to 100
All-Polypropylene®
PP (Polypropylene)
Viton "O"ring
®
All-Halar®
Halar®
PP (Polypropylene)
Halar®
See mounting considerations on page 2 and 3
(recommended to use Eclipse® 705 for mounting in external cages or stillwells)
Threaded: NPT or BSP
Flanged: Various ANSI or EN (DIN) flanges
min 50 mm (2") below rod
+95 °C @ 3,5 bar (+200 °F @ 50 psi)
+150 °C (+300 °F) @ atmosph.
Flanged: 13,8 bar @ +20 °C (200 psi @ + 70 °F)
Threaded: 3,5 bar @ +20 °C (50 psi @ + 70 °F)
Up to full vacuum
25 °
2,0 to 100
Blocking distance = zone at the top in which level measurement is unreliable.
T E M P E R AT U R E - P R E S S U R E R AT I N G
80
Polypropylene Rod
70
Horn & PTFE Rod
Process Pressure (bar)
60
Polypropylene (all wetted
parts) – flanged
50
Halar® (all wetted parts) –
flanged
40
Polypropylene (all wetted
parts) – threaded
30
Halar® (all wetted parts) –
threaded
20
10
0
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Process Temperature (°C)
140
160
180
200
220
L O O P R E S I S TA N C E
1200
36 V
1000 Ω
1000
Intrinsically Safe
800
Ω
28,6 V
630 Ω
600
Weatherproof &
flameproof enclosure
400 Ω @ 20 mA
400
(350 Ω @ 22 mA)
200
0
0
10
16
20
24
30
40
VDC
15
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