57-642.1 Eclipse 705 Hygienic IO

Enhanced Model 705
Software v3.x
Installation and Operating Manual
for use in the Hygienic Industries
Guided Wave Radar
Level Transmitter
ASME BPE
Read this Manual Before Installing
This manual provides information on the Eclipse® transmitter. It is important that all instructions are read carefully and followed in sequence. The QuickStart
Installation instructions are a brief guide to the sequence
of steps for experienced technicians to follow when
installing the equipment. Detailed instructions are
included in the Complete Installation section of this manual.
Conventions Used in this Manual
Certain conventions are used in this manual to convey
specific types of information. General technical material,
support data, and safety information are presented in
narrative form. The following styles are used for notes,
cautions, and warnings.
NOTES
Notes contain information that augments or clarifies an
operating step. Notes do not normally contain actions.
They follow the procedural steps to which they refer.
Cautions
Cautions alert the technician to special conditions that
could injure personnel, damage equipment, or reduce
a component’s mechanical integrity. Cautions are also
used to alert the technician to unsafe practices or the
need for special protective equipment or specific
materials. In this manual, a caution box indicates a
potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in minor or moderate injury.
WARNINGS
Warnings identify potentially dangerous situations or
serious hazards. In this manual, a warning indicates an
imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in serious injury or death.
Safety Messages
The Eclipse® system is designed for use in Category II,
Pollution Degree 2 installations. Follow all standard
industry procedures for servicing electrical and computer
equipment when working with or around high voltage.
Always shut off the power supply before touching any
components. Although high voltage is not present in this
system, it may be present in other systems.
Electrical components are sensitive to electrostatic discharge.
To prevent equipment damage, observe safety procedures
when working with electrostatic sensitive components.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not connect or dis-
connect designs rated Explosion proof or Non-incendive
unless power has been switched off and/or the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
Low Voltage Directive
For use in Installations Category II, Pollution Degree 2.
If equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, protection provided by equipment may be
impaired.
Notice of Copyright and Limitations
Magnetrol® & Magnetrol® logotype and Eclipse® are
registered trademarks of Magnetrol® International,
Incorporated.
Copyright © 2015 Magnetrol® International, Incorporated.
All rights reserved.
MAGNETROL reserves the right to make changes to the
product described in this manual at any time without
notice. MAGNETROL makes no warranty with respect
to the accuracy of the information in this manual.
Warranty
All MAGNETROL 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.
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 will repair or replace the control at no
cost to the purchaser (or owner) other than transportation.
MAGNETROL 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 products.
Quality Assurance
The quality assurance system in place at MAGNETROL
guarantees the highest level of quality throughout the
company. MAGNETROL is committed to providing
full customer satisfaction both in quality products and
quality service.
The MAGNETROL quality assurance
system is registered to ISO 9001 affirming
its commitment to known international
quality standards providing the strongest
assurance of product/service quality
available.
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Table of Contents
1.0 QuickStart Installation
1.1 Getting Started..........................................................4
1.1.1 Equipment and Tools .....................................4
1.1.2 Configuration Information.............................5
1.2 QuickStart Mounting................................................5
1.2.1 Probe..............................................................5
1.2.2 Transmitter.....................................................6
1.3 QuickStart Wiring ....................................................6
1.4 QuickStart Configuration .........................................7
2.0 Complete Installation
2.1 Unpacking ................................................................8
2.2 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Handling Procedure...8
2.3 Before You Begin.......................................................9
2.3.1 Site Preparation ..............................................9
2.3.2 Equipment and Tools .....................................9
2.3.3 Operational Considerations............................9
2.4 Mounting..................................................................9
2.4.1 Prior to Installing a Hygienic
Single Rod Probe..........................................10
2.4.1.1 To install a Model 7xF or Model 7xH
Single Hygienic Probe ...........................10
2.4.2 Installing the Transmitter .............................11
2.4.2.1 Integral Amount....................................11
2.4.2.2 Remote Amount ...................................11
2.5 Wiring ....................................................................12
2.5.1 General Purpose or Non-Incendive
(CI I, Div 2) .................................................12
2.5.2 Intrinsically Safe ...........................................13
2.5.3 Explosion Proof............................................13
2.6 Configuring the Transmitter....................................14
2.6.1 Operating Parameters ...................................14
2.6.2 Setting Up for Bench Configuration ............14
2.6.3 Transmitter Display and Keypad ..................15
2.6.4 Password Protection (Default = 0)................15
2.6.5 Model 705 Menu: Step-By-Step Procedure ..16
2.6.5.1 Measurement Type: Level Only.............16
2.6.5.2 Measurement Type: Level and Volume ..19
2.6.6 Offset Description........................................22
2.7 Configuration Using HART® ..................................23
2.7.1 Connections .................................................23
2.7.2 Display Menu...............................................23
2.7.3 HART Menu – Model 705 3.x ....................24
2.7.4 HART Revision Table ..................................25
3.0 Reference Information
3.1 Description .............................................................25
3.2 Theory of Operation...............................................26
3.2.1 Micropower Impulse Radar ..........................26
3.2.2 Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)............26
3.2.3 Equivalent Time Sampling (ETS).................26
4.0 Initial Start-Up
4.1 Probe Location .........................................................27
4.2 Probe Bends .............................................................27
4.2.1 Shallow Bends................................................28
4.2.2 Field Bends ....................................................28
4.2.3 Accommodating Non-Linearity .....................29
4.3 Electronics Mounting...............................................30
4.4 Basic Start-Up ..........................................................30
4.4.1 Probe Length .................................................30
4.4.2 Blocking Distance and Damping ..................30
4.4.3 Strapping Tables.............................................31
4.4.4 Tuning/Optimization .....................................32
4.4.4.1 Dielectric Range/Sensitivity.....................32
4.4.4.2 PACTware EchoCurve .............................32
4.4.4.3 Blocking Distance ...................................32
4.4.4.4 Echo Curves in Dry and Filled States ......32
4.4.4.5 Strapping Table Configuration ................33
4.4.4.6 Additional Considerations .......................33
5.0 Troubleshooting
5.1 Troubleshooting System Problems ............................34
5.2 Status Messages ........................................................35
5.3 Agency Approvals .....................................................37
5.3.1 Agency Specifications (XP Installation) ..........37
5.3.2 Agency Specifications (IS Installation) ...........38
5.3.3 Agency Specifications (FOUNDATION fieldbus) ...39
6.0 Parts
6.1 Replacement Parts ....................................................40
6.2 Recommended Spare Parts .......................................40
7.0 Specifications
7.1 Funcational ..............................................................41
7.1.1 O-Ring (Seal) Selection Chart .......................41
7.2 Performance (Model 705) ........................................42
7.3 Process Conditions ...................................................43
7.4 Probe Specifications .................................................43
7.5 Physical ....................................................................44
8.0 Model Numbers
8.1 Transmitter...............................................................45
8.2 Probe........................................................................46
9.0 Dry Calibration Procedure
9.1 Calibration Verification ............................................47
9.1.1 Wet Calibration Verification of ECLIPSE......47
9.1.2 Dry Calibration Verification of ECLIPSE ......47
9.1.3 Dry Calibration Verification Bench................47
9.2 Procedure to Verify Calibration of ECLIPSE ...........48
9.2.1 Initial Baseline Verification of ECLIPSE ........48
9.2.2 Subsequent Calibration Verification ...............48
9.3 Sample Calibration Verfication Document...............49
10.0 Hygienic Probe Rebuild Procedure..............................50
10.1 Model 7xH ............................................................50
10.2 Model 7xF-E..........................................................51
Model 705 Configuration Data Sheet .................................52
Strapping Table Data Sheet.................................................54
Appendix A: GWR – Emitted Energy .................................55
Appendix B: Indexing Bent GWR Probes in Vessels............56
Appendix C: Segmented Probes...........................................58
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1.0
QuickStart Installation
The QuickStart Installation procedures provide the key
steps for mounting, wiring, and configuring the Eclipse®
level transmitter. These procedures are intended for experienced installers of electronic level measurement instruments.
See Complete Installation, Section 2.0, for detailed installation instructions.
1.1
Getting Started
Before beginning the QuickStart Installation procedures,
have the proper equipment, tools, and information available.
1.1.1 Equipment and Tools
• 11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench. Proper tools to fit the process
connection type.
• Flat-blade screwdriver
• Digital multimeter or digital volt/ammeter
• 24 VDC power supply, 23 mA minimum
• Soft jaw wrench (to tighten electropolished rod to
process connection on model 7xH probe)
NOTE: If soft jaw wrench is not available, attach a flexible polymeric or
elastomeric hose over electropolished rod wrench flats to
tighten or loosen.
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1.1.2 Configuration Information
Some key information is needed to configure the
ECLIPSE transmitter. Complete the following operating
parameters table before beginning configuration.
Display
Probe Model
Probe Mount
①
∞
①
Æ
_____________
Flange
Level Units
What units of measurement will be
used? (inches, centimeters, feet or meters)
(AI block parameter. Not selectable at
transmitter on Model 705 Fieldbus)
Level Offset
Dielectric
②
Set to flange when using tri-clamp
mounting
Answer
What is the desired measurement? Choices
are: Level only, volume, interface level
or interface level and volume.
_____________
Probe Length
≤
What probe model is listed on the
model information?
(first four digits of probe model number)
Measurement
Type
±
Ø
Question
Loop Control
Set 4.0 mA
Set 20.0 mA
_____________
What is the probe length?
(Note that the original probe may have been
shortened by the skid or vessel manufacturer
to fit the vessel.)
_____________
The desired level reading when the
liquid is at the end of the probe.
_____________
What is the dielectric constant range
of the process medium? (Upper layer
dielectric for interface applications)
_____________
Is the output current to be controlled
by level or volume?
_____________
What is the 0% reference point for the
4.0 mA value? (EU_0 value for
FOUNDATION fieldbus)
_____________
What is the 100% reference point for
the 20.0 mA value? (EU_100 value for
FOUNDATION fieldbus)
_____________
(Top 6" (152 mm) of Single Rod probes is within
Blocking Distance)
1.2
QuickStart Mounting
NOTE: Confirm the configuration style and process connection
size/type of the ECLIPSE transmitter. Ensure it matches the
requirements of the installation before continuing with the
QuickStart installation.
① Confirm the model and serial numbers on the nameplates
of the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical.
NOTE: For optimum performance, it is highly recommended to keep
the transmitter and probe matched as a set.
1.2.1 Probe
② Attach probe rod to process connection using soft jaw
wrench [tighten to 20–25 inch-lbs. (2.25–3 Nm)].
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Æ Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the probe as
necessary on the vessel.
1.2.2 Transmitter
Black (-)
NOTE: Leave the plastic protective cap in place until ready to
install the transmitter. Do not use sealing compound or TFE
tape on probe connection to transmitter as this connection is
sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
Red (+)
Ø Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the probe
(+)
(-)
and store for future use. Make sure the top probe connector
(female socket) is clean and dry. Clean with isopropyl
alcohol and cotton swabs if necessary.
∞ Place the transmitter on the probe. Align the universal
connection at the base of the transmitter housing with the
top of the probe. Hand-tighten the connection.
± Rotate the transmitter so that it is in the most convenient
position for wiring, configuring, and viewing.
≤ Using a 11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench, tighten the universal connection on the transmitter 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 turn beyond hand-tight.
A torque wrench is highly recommended to obtain 45 ft-lbs
(60 Nm). This is a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE
HAND-TIGHT.
Dual Compartment
Aluminum Housing
NOTE: Universal connector can be supplied with lock screws for
applications with significant vibration. Contact factory for
additional information.
1.3
Red (+)
Black (–)
QuickStart Wiring
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
NOTE: Ensure that the electrical wiring to the ECLIPSE transmitter is
complete and in compliance with all regulations and codes.
Single Compartment
304 ss Housing
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1. Remove the transmitter cover (the upper wiring compartment of the dual compartment aluminum version).
2. Attach a conduit fitting and mount the conduit plug in the
spare opening. Pull the power supply wire through the conduit fitting.
3. Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
4. Connect an earth ground to the nearest green ground screw.
(Not shown in illustration.)
5. Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and the
negative supply wire to the (-) terminal. For Explosion
Proof Installations, see Wiring, Section 2.5.3.
6. Replace the cover and tighten.
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QuickStart Configuration
4.
6.
7.
➪
5.
➪
3.
Up
➪
Down
➪
2.
Enter
➪
1.
The ECLIPSE transmitter is configured with default
values from the factory but can be reconfigured in the shop
(disregard any fault messages due to unattached probe). The
minimum configuration instructions required in the field
follow. Use the information from the operating parameters
table in Section 1.1.2 before beginning configuration.
Power-up the transmitter.
The display changes every 5 seconds to show one of four
values: Status, Level, %Output, and Loop current.
Remove the transmitter cover (the lower electronic compartment of the dual compartment aluminum version).
Use the Up or Down Arrow (
) keys to move from one
step of the configuration program to the next step.
Press the Enter Arrow ( ) key. The last character in the
first line of the display changes to an exclamation point (!).
Use the Up or Down Arrow (
) keys to increase or
decrease the value in the display or to scroll through the
choices.
Press the Enter Arrow ( ) key to accept a value and move
to the next step of the configuration program (the default
password is 0).
After entering the last value, allow 10 seconds before
removing power from the transmitter.
➪
1.4
The following configuration entries are the minimum required for
configuration (the default password is 0 from the LCD/keypad).
①
2
Probe Mount
9
20 mA
(100% Point)
1
Probe Model
7
Dielectric
of Medium
8
4 mA Level
(0%-point)
4
In or Cm
②
Æ
5
Probe Length
Ø
∞
±
PrbModel
(select)
PrbMount
(select)
MeasType
(select)
Lvl Units
xxx
Probe Ln
xxx.x
LvlOfst
xxx.x
Level Offset 6
≤
NOTE: A small transition zone [0–6" (0–15cm)]
may exist at the top and bottom of the
probe. See Specifications, Section 7.4.
⑧
⑨
Dielctrc
(select)
Set 4mA
xxx.x
Set 20mA
xxx.x
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Select the Probe Model to be used
Model 705: 7xF-E or 7xH-X
Select the type of Probe Mounting to vessel (Flange)
Select from Level Only, Level and Volume, Interface Level
or Interface Level and Volume.
Select the Units of measurement for the level readout (inches,
cm, feet or meters). Not included on Model 705 Fieldbus.
Enter the exact Probe Length.
Enter the Level Offset value. Refer to Section 2.6.6 for
further information. (The unit is shipped from the factory
with offset = 0; i.e., all measurements are referenced to
the bottom of the probe).
Enter the Dielectric range for the material to be measured.
(Typically 10–100 for hygienic applications)
Enter the level value (0%-point) for the 4 mA point (not
included on Model 705 fieldbus).
Enter the level value (100%-point) for the 20 mA point (not
included on Model 705 fieldbus).
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2.0
Complete Installation
This section provides detailed procedures for properly
installing and configuring the ECLIPSE Guided Wave
Radar Level Transmitter.
2.1
Unpacking
Unpack the instrument carefully. Make sure all components
have been removed from the packing material. Check all the
contents against the packing slip and report any discrepancies to the factory.
Before proceeding with the installation, do the following:
• Inspect all components for damage. Report any damage to
the carrier within 24 hours.
• Make sure the nameplate model number on the probe and
transmitter agree with the packing slip and purchase order.
• Record the model and serial numbers for future reference
when ordering parts.
Model Number
Serial Number
2.2
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Handling Procedure
Magnetrol® electronic instruments are manufactured to the
highest quality standards. These instruments use electronic
components that may be damaged by static electricity present in most work environments.
•
•
•
•
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The following steps are recommended to reduce the risk of
component failure due to electrostatic discharge.
Ship and store circuit boards in anti-static bags. If an antistatic bag is not available, wrap the board in aluminum foil.
Do not place boards on foam packing materials.
Use a grounding wrist strap when installing and removing
circuit boards. A grounded workstation is recommended.
Handle circuit boards only by the edges. Do not touch
components or connector pins.
Make sure that all electrical connections are completely
made and none are partial or floating. Ground all equipment to a good, earth ground.
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2.3
Before You Begin
2.3.1 Site Preparation
Each ECLIPSE transmitter is built to match the specific
physical specifications of the required installation. Make
sure the probe connection is correct for the mounting on
the vessel or tank where the transmitter will be placed. See
Mounting, Section 2.4.
Make sure that the wiring between the power supply and
ECLIPSE transmitter are complete and correct for the type
of installation. See Specifications, Section 7.0.
When installing the ECLIPSE transmitter in a general purpose
or hazardous area, all local, state, and federal regulations and
guidelines must be observed. See Wiring, Section 2.5.
2.3.2 Equipment and Tools
•
•
•
•
•
No special equipment or tools are required to install the
ECLIPSE transmitter. The following items are recommended:
11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench.
Flat-blade screwdriver
Digital multimeter or digital volt/ammeter
24 VDC power supply, 23 mA
Soft jaw wrench (to tighten electropolished rod to
process connection on model 7xH probe)
NOTE: If soft jaw wrench is not available, attach a flexible polymeric or
elastomeric hose over electropolished rod wrench flats to
tighten or loosen.
2.3.3 Operational Considerations
Operating specifications vary based on Probe model
number. See Specifications, Section 7.2.
2.4
Mounting
Make sure all mounting connections are properly in place
on the tank before installing the probe. Compare the nameplate on the probe and transmitter with the product information; make sure the ECLIPSE probe is correct for the
intended installation.
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2.4.1 Prior to Installing a Hygienic Single Rod Probe
(Models 7xF and 7xH)
A
➀
➁
B
➃
➂
➄
Before installing, ensure the:
• Probe has adequate headroom for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, viscosity, and
media buildup are within the probe specifications for the
installation. See Specifications, Section 3.6.
• Nozzle length does not restrict performance by ensuring the
following:
•
Ratio of Diameter: Length (A:B) is 1:1 or greater;
any ratio, 1:1 (e.g., a 2" x 6" nozzle = 1:3) may
require a Blocking Distance and/or DIELECTRIC
adjustment
•
Probe is not in contact with conductive objects with
in the vessel.
2.4.1.1 To install a Model 7xF or Model 7xH rigid single rod
hygienic probe:
① Confirm the model and serial numbers on the nameplates
of the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical.
② Attach probe rod to process connection using soft jaw
wrench [tighten to 20–25 inch-lbs. (2.25-3 Nm)].
Æ Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the probe as
necessary on the vessel.
Ø Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the probe
and store for future use. Make sure the top probe connector
(female socket) is clean and dry. Clean with isopropyl
alcohol and cotton swabs if necessary.
∞ Place the transmitter on the probe. Align the universal
connection at the base of the transmitter housing with the
top of the probe. Tighten the connection to 45 ft–lbs.
One method for stabilizing probe
within a vessel
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2.4.2 Installing the Transmitter
The transmitter can be ordered for installation as an
Integral or Remote configuration.
2.4.2.1 Integral Mount
➀
➁
➃
➄
➂
➀ Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the
probe. Store the cap in a safe place in case the transmitter
has to be removed later.
➁ Place the transmitter on the probe. Be careful not to bend
probe. Do not allow the gold, high frequency (male) connector to become dirty.
➂ Align the universal connection at the base of the transmitter
housing with the top of the probe. Hand-tighten the
connection.
➃ Rotate the transmitter to face the most convenient direction
for wiring, configuration, and viewing.
➄ When the transmitter is facing the desired direction, use a
11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench to tighten the universal connection on
the transmitter to 45 ft-lbs (60 Nm). A torque wrench is
highly recommended. This is a critical connection. DO
NOT LEAVE HAND-TIGHT.
2.4.2.2 Remote Mount
➀
➀ Mount the transmitter/remote bracket as an assembly within
33" or 144" (84 or 366 cm) of the probe. DO NOT
REMOVE TRANSMITTER FROM BRACKET.
➁ Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the
probe. Store the cap in a safe place in case the transmitter
has to be removed later.
➂ Align the universal connection at the end of the remote
assembly with the top of the probe. Using a 11⁄2" (38 mm)
wrench, tighten the universal connection on the transmitter
to 45 ft-lbs (60 Nm). A torque wrench is highly recommended. This is a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE HANDTIGHT.
➁
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2.5
Wiring
Caution: All versions of the ECLIPSE Model 705 transmitter operate at voltages of 11–36 VDC. Higher voltage will damage
the transmitter.
Wiring Diagram
Black (-)
Red (+)
(+)
(-)
Wiring between the power supply and the ECLIPSE
transmitter should be made using 18–22 AWG shielded
twisted pair instrument cable. Within the transmitter
enclosure, connections are made to the terminal strip
and the ground connections. The directions for wiring
the ECLIPSE transmitter depend on the application:
•
General Purpose or Non-incendive (Cl I, Div. 2)
•
Intrinsically Safe
•
Explosion Proof
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not disconnect equipment unless
power has been switched off or the area is known to be
non-hazardous.
2.5.1 General Purpose or Non-Incendive (Cl I, Div. 2)
Dual Compartment
Aluminum Housing
Red (+)
Black (–)
Single Compartment
304 ss Housing
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A general purpose installation does not have flammable
media present. Areas rated non-incendive (Cl I, Div. 2)
have flammable media present only under abnormal
conditions. No special electrical connections are required.
Caution: If flammable media is contained in the vessel, the transmitter must be installed per Cl I, Div. 1 standards of area
classification.
To install General Purpose or Non-Incendive wiring:
1. Remove the cover to the wiring compartment of the transmitter. Install the conduit plug in the unused opening.
Use PTFE tape/sealant to ensure a liquid-tight connection.
2. Install a conduit fitting and pull the supply wires.
3. Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
4. Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw (not shown in illustration).
5. Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (-) terminal.
6. Replace the cover to the wiring compartment of the
transmitter.
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2.5.2 Intrinsically Safe
An intrinsically safe (IS) installation potentially has flammable media present. An approved IS barrier must be
installed in the non-hazardous (safe) area. See Agency
Drawing – Intrinsically Safe Installation, Section 5.4.2.
To install Intrinsically Safe wiring:
1. Make sure the IS barrier is properly installed in the safe
area (refer to local plant or facility procedures). Complete
the wiring from the barrier to the ECLIPSE transmitter.
2. Remove the cover to the wiring compartment of the transmitter. Install the conduit plug in the unused opening. Use
PTFE tape/sealant to ensure a liquid-tight connection.
3. Install a conduit fitting and pull the supply wires.
4. Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
5. Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw (not shown in illustration).
6. Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (–) terminal.
7. Replace the cover to the wiring compartment of the
transmitter.
2.5.3 Explosion Proof
Explosion Proof (XP) is a method of designing equipment
for installation in hazardous areas. A hazardous location is
an area in which flammable gases or vapors are, or may be,
present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixtures. The wiring for the transmitter
must be contained in Explosion Proof conduit extending
into the safe area. Due to the specialized design of the
ECLIPSE transmitter, no Explosion Proof conduit fitting
(EY seal) is required within 18" of the transmitter. An
Explosion Proof conduit fitting (EY seal) is required
between the hazardous and safe areas. See Agency
Specifications, Section 5.3.1.
To install Explosion Proof wiring:
1. Install Explosion Proof conduit from the safe area to the
conduit connection of the ECLIPSE transmitter (refer to
local plant or facility procedures).
2. Remove the cover to the wiring compartment of the
transmitter.
3. Connect shield to an earth ground at the power supply.
4. Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw per local electrical code (not shown in illustration).
5. Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (-) terminal.
6. Replace the cover to the wiring compartment of the
transmitter before applying power.
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2.6
Configuring the Transmitter
The ECLIPSE transmitter is factory-configured but can be
reconfigured easily in the shop (disregard error
message due to unattached probe). Bench configuration
provides a convenient and efficient way to set up the
transmitter before going to the tank site to complete the
installation.
Before configuring the transmitter, collect the operating
parameters information (refer to Section 1.1.2). Power up
the transmitter on the bench and follow through the stepby-step procedures for the menu-driven transmitter display.
Information on configuring the transmitter using a HART
communicator is given in Configuration Using HART,
Section 2.7.
Refer to instruction manual 57-640 for detailed
FOUNDATION fieldbus information.
(-) negative
(+) positive
2.6.1 Operating Parameters
Some key information is needed to calibrate the ECLIPSE
transmitter. Complete the configuration information table
in Section 1.1.2.
+
–
Power Supply
24 VDC
–
+
Test
Current Meter
Current Meter
Model 705 with Test Meter
2.6.2 Setting Up for Bench Configuration
The ECLIPSE transmitter can be configured at a test
bench by connecting a 24 VDC power supply directly to
the transmitter terminals as shown in the accompanying
diagram. An optional digital multimeter is shown if current measurements are desired.
NOTE: Current measurements taken at these test points is an
approximate value. Accurate current readings should be
taken with the digital multimeter in series with the loop.
1. When using a HART communicator for configuration, a
minimum 250 Ω line load resistance is required. See the
HART communicator manual for more information.
2. The transmitter can be configured without the probe.
(Disregard the error message due to the unattached probe.)
3. After entering the last value, allow 10 seconds before
removing power from the transmitter. This allows the
transmitter to store values.
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2.6.3 Transmitter Display and Keypad
The ECLIPSE transmitter has an optional liquid crystal display
(LCD) capable of showing two lines of 8 characters each.
Transmitter measurements and configuration menu screens
are shown on the LCD.
The transmitter default display is the measurement screen.
It cycles every 5 seconds to display STATUS, LEVEL,
%OUTPUT, and LOOP information (LEVEL,
%OUTPUT, and STATUS for Fieldbus version). The
transmitter defaults to this display after 5 minutes if no
keystrokes are sensed.
Enter
Down
Up
➪
Function in
Display Mode
Function in
Configuration Mode
➪
➪
The keypad has three arrows used to scroll through the displays and to calibrate the transmitter. The Up and Down
Arrow (
) keys and the Enter ( ) key.
Arrows
➪
Enter
➪
Up and Down Moves forward and backward
in the configuration program
from one display to another.
Increases or decreases the
value displayed or moves to
another choice.
NOTE: Hold arrow key for
rapid scrolling.
Enters the configuration mode Accepts a value and moves
(noted by an exclamation point to the next step of the
as the last character in the top configuration program.
display line).
➪
2.6.4 Password Protection (Default = 0)
The ECLIPSE transmitter is password protected to restrict
access to certain portions of the menu structure that affect
the operation of the system. When the proper password is
entered, an exclamation point (!) appears as the last character of the first line of the display. The password can be
changed to any numerical value up to 255. The password is
required whenever configuration values are changed.
The default user password installed in the transmitter at the
factory is 0. The last step in the configuration menu provides the option to enter a new password. With a password
of 0, the transmitter is no longer password protected and
any value in the menu can be adjusted without entering a
confirming password, except diagnostic values.
NOTE: If the password is not known, the menu item New Password
displays an encrypted value representing the present password. Call the factory with this encrypted value to determine
the present password.
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2.6.5 Model 705 Menu: Step-By-Step Procedure
The following tables provide a complete explanation of
the software menus displayed by the ECLIPSE transmitter.
Use these tables as a step-by-step guide to configure the
transmitter based on a desired measurement type of:
• Level Only, Section 2.6.5.1
• Level and Volume, Section 2.6.5.2
The tables are separated to display the parameters based
on the measurement type. The second column presents
the menus shown on the transmitter display. The displays
are in the order they would appear if the arrow keys were
used to scroll through the menu. The numbers in the first
column are not shown on the display. They are only provided as a reference.
The third column provides the actions to take when configuring the transmitter. Additional information or an
explanation of an action is given in the fourth column.
(Shaded sections are factory menu items.)
2.6.5.1 Measurement Type: Level Only (Loop Control = Level)
Display
1
2
3
Level
xxx.x
% Output
xx.x%
4
Loop
xx.xx mA
5
PrbModel
(select)
6
7
8
9
10
11
16
*Status*
*Level *
*% Out *
* Loop *
PrbMount
(select)
MeasType
(select)
LvlUnits
(select)
Probe Ln
xxx.x
Lvl Ofst
xxx.x
Dielctrc
(select)
Action
Comment
Transmitter Display
LoopCtrl = Level.
Transmitter default display showing Status, Level, % Output, and
Loop values cycles every 5 seconds
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays Level Value in selected units
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from 20 mA
span
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays Loop value (mA)
Select the type of probe
used
Select from 7xF-E or 7xH-X as shown on the probe nameplate
(Example: 7xR-x)
Select the type of probe
mounting
Select Flange
Select type of measurement
Select Lvl Only
Select level units
Select from cm, inches, feet or meters
Enter the exact length of
probe
Note that the original probe may have been shortened by the
skid or vessel manufacturer to fit the vessel.
Enter the desired reading
when probe is dry
Level Offset is the distance from the probe tip to the desired 0
level point (-90 to 300"). Refer to Section 2.6.6
Select range bounding the
dielectric constant of the
media
Select 10–100
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2.6.5.1 Measurement Type: Level Only (Loop Control = Level)
Display
12
Senstvty
xxx
Action
Comment
Enter value upward or
downward to sense liquid
surface
Allows fine gain adjustment for single rod probes (this parameter
is password protected for coaxial and twin rod probes).
Select variable to control
loop current
Select Level
13
LoopCtrl
(select)
14
Set 4mA
xxx.x 1u
Enter the PV value for the
4 mA point
A small transition zone (0–6" [0–15cm] ) may exist at the top/bottom of the probe. See Functional Specifications Probe, Section
3.6.1
15
Set 20mA
xxx.x lu
Enter the PV value for the
20 mA point
16
Damping
xx s
A small transition zone (0–6" [0–15cm] ) may exist at the top/bottom of the probe. See Functional Specifications Probe, Section
3.6.1
Enter time constant of
desired damping
A Damping factor (0–10 seconds) may be added to smooth the
output due to turbulence
17
Fault
(select)
18
BlockDis
xx.x lu
Enter distance below reference point where level is not
sensed
19
SZ Fault
(select)
Select loop current behavior Safety Zone is a user-defined area just below the Blocking
when level is sensed in safety Distance. Enable Fault if necessary to ensure safe, reliable highzone
level readings in critical applications. Choices are None, 3.6 mA,
22 mA, Latch 3.6 or Latch 22. If Latch 3.6 or Latch 22 is
selected, the loop current will remain in alarm until it is manually
cleared with the SZ Alarm Reset below (#21)
20
SZ Height
(xx.x lu)
21
SZ Alarm Reset
22
Threshld
(select)
23
Poll Adr
xx
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Loop Mode
Trim Lvl
xx.x lu
Trim 4
xxxx
Trim 20
xxxx
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
LvlTicks
Xxxxx
New Pass
xxx
Language
(select)
Mdl705HT
Ver3.0a0
Select the loop current value Select from 3.6 mA, 22 mA or HOLD
in presence of a fault
Allows user to ignore level measurements near the top of the
probe
Enter distance below
BlockDis where SZ Fault will
be asserted
Enter a distance value that develops a safety zone just below the
Blocking Distance. Here the unit will report a Safety Zone Fault
(#19) if the level rises into this area.
Press Enter to clear a
latched Safety Zone alarm
Clear a latched Safety Zone alarm
Select the type of threshold
Unit default CFD. Only select Fixed in application with low
dielectric material over higher dielectric material and unit is reading incorrect level. Example: Oil over water. (Adjustment of Trim
Level may be necessary when threshold is changed)
Enter HART polling address
number (0-63)
Select a HART poll address (0–63). Enter 0 for a single
transmitter installation. Poll address does not affect loop current.
Enable/Disable
Determines whether the loop is fixed at 4.0 mA or controlled by
the PV.
Enter value to adjust Level
reading
-10.0 inches ≤ Lvl Trim ≤ +10.0 inches
(Requires superuser password)
Fine tune the 4 mA point
Adjust setting to output exactly 4.0 mA on current meter
Fine tune the 20 mA point
Adjust setting to output exactly 20.0 mA on current meter
Enter a mA Output value
Set mA output to any given value to perform loop test
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from fiducial to level signal
Enter new password (0-255)
Displays encrypted value of present password
Select from English, Spanish, Language choice for LCD display
French, German
Transmitter display
Product identification Firmware version
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2.6.5.1 Measurement Type: Level Only (Loop Control = Level)
Display
33
34
History
(current status)
Press Enter and select yes
to clear history
Similar to SZ Alarm Reset
Superuser Parameter
Select from 3-foot or 12-foot (84 cm or 366 cm) remote
FidTicks
xxxx
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from start of ramp to fiducial
Fid Type
(select)
Superuser Parameter
Select from positive or negative
(Selection only allowed for some probes)
Superuser Parameter
Amount of gain applied to the fiducial signal
36
History Reset
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
Select Yes to display factory
parameter menus
Diagnostic Display
Run Time
38
Comment
Press Enter to view history
of exceptions
35
37
18
DispFact
(select)
Action
HF cable
(select)
FidSprd
Fid Gain
xxx
Window
xxx
Conv Fct
xxxx
Scl Ofst
xxx
Neg Ampl
xxx
Pos Ampl
xxx
Signal
xxx
Compsate
(select)
DrateFct
xxxx
Targ Ampl
xxxx
Targ Tks
xxxx
Targ Cal
xxxx
OperMode
(select)
7xKCorr
xxx
ElecTemp
xxx C
Max Temp
xxx C
Min Temp
xxx C
SZ Hyst
xx.x lu
Factory Parameter
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Superuser Password
Diagnostic parameter
Superuser Password
Diagnostic parameter
Diagnostic Display
Indication of level signal amplitude
Superuser Password
Select from None, Manual, Auto
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto. Velocity derating factor for Model 7xS Steam
probe
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto. Indication of steam reference target amplitude
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto. Measured time of flight from fiducial to steam
reference target
Diagnostic Display
Compsate = Auto. Calibrated time of flight from fiducial to target
in room temperature air
Superuser Password
Compsate = Auto. Select from Run, Cal, Off
Superuser Password
Distance in mm from fiducial to user reference point
(7xK probe characteristic)
Diagnostic Display
Present temperature in electronics compartment
(degrees Celsius)
Superuser Password
Maximum electronics temperature recorded
Superuser Password
Minimum electronics temperature recorded
Superuser Password
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2.6.5.2 Measurement Type: Level and Volume (Loop Control = Volume)
Display
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
*Status*
*Volume*
*% Out *
* Loop *
Volume
xxx vu
% Output
xx.x%
Loop
xx.xx mA
Level
xxx.x 1u
PrbModel
(select)
PrbMount
(select)
MeasType
(select)
LvlUnits
(select)
Probe Ln
xxx.x lu
Lvl Ofst
xxx.x lu
VolUnits
(select)
Action
Comment
Transmitter Display
LoopCtrl = Volume
Transmitter default display showing: Status, Volume, % Output
and Loop values cycles every 5 seconds
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays Volume in selected units
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from 20 mA
span
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays Loop value (mA)
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays Level Value in selected units
Select the type of probe
used
Select from 7xF-E or 7xH-X as shown on the probe nameplate
(Example: 7xR-x)
Select the type of probe
mounting
Select Flange
Select type of measurement
Select from Lvl&Vol
Select level units
Select from cm, inches, feet or meters
Enter the exact length of
probe
Note that the original probe may have been shortened by the
skid or vessel manufacturer to fit the vessel
Enter desired Level reading
when probe is dry
Level Offset is the distance from the probe tip to the desired 0
level point (-90 to 300"). Refer to Section 2.6.6
Select the volume units
Select from liters or gallons
13
StrapTbl
nn pnts
Enter to access strapping
table
20-point strapping table enables conversion from level to volume
(Refer to Section 2.6.7 for more information)
Dielctrc
(select)
Select range bounding the
dielectric constant of the
media
Select 10–100
14
15
Senstvty
xxx
Allows fine gain adjustment for single rod probes (this parameter
is password protected for coaxial and twin rod probes)
16
LoopCtrl
(select)
Enter value upward or
downward to sense liquid
surface
Select variable to control
loop current
Select from Level or Volume
Enter the PV value for the
4 mA point
A small transition zone (0–6" [0-15 cm)) may exist at the top/bottom of the probe. See Functional Specifications Probe, Section
3.6.1
Enter the PV value for the
20 mA point
A small transition zone (0–6" [0-15 cm] ) may exist at the top/bottom of the probe
Enter time constant of
desired damping
A Damping factor (0–10 seconds) may be added to smooth the
output due to turbulence
17
18
19
Set 4mA
xxxx vu
Set 20mA
xxxx vu
Damping
xx s
20
Fault
(select)
21
BlockDis
xx.x lu
Select the loop current value Select from 3.6 mA, 22 mA or HOLD
in presence of a fault
Enter distance below reference point where level is not
sensed
Allows user to ignore level measurements near the top of the
probe
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2.6.5.2 Measurement Type: Level and Volume (Loop Control = Volume)
Display
Comment
22
SZ Fault
(select)
Select loop current behavior Safety Zone is a user-defined area just below the Blocking
when level is sensed in safety Distance. Enable Fault if necessary to ensure safe, reliable highzone
level readings in critical applications. Choices are None, 3.6 mA,
22 mA, Latch 3.6 or Latch 22. If Latch 3.6 or Latch 22 is
selected, the loop current will remain in alarm until it is manually
cleared with the SZ Alarm Reset below (#23)
23
SZHeight
xx.x lu
Enter distance below
BlockDis where SZ Fault will
be asserted
Enter a distance value that develops a safety zone just below the
Blocking Distance. Here the unit will report a Safety Zone Fault
(#21) if the level rises into this area.
24
SZ Alarm Reset
Press Enter to clear a
latched Safety Zone alarm
Clear a latched Safety Zone alarm
Select the type of threshold
25
Threshld
(select)
26
Poll Adr
xx
Unit default CFD. Only select Fixed in application with low
dielectric material over higher dielectric material and unit is reading incorrect level. Example: Oil over water. (Adjustment of Trim
Level may be necessary when threshold is changed)
Enter HART polling address
number (0-63)
Select a HART poll address (0–63). Enter 0 for a single
transmitter installation. Poll address does not affect loop current.
Enable/Disable
Determines whether the loop is fixed at 4.0 mA or controlled by
the PV.
Enter value to adjust Level
reading
-10.0 inches <= Lvl Trim <= +10.0 inches
(Requires superuser password)
Fine tune the 4 mA point
Adjust setting to output exactly 4.0 mA on current meter
Fine tune the 20 mA point
Adjust setting to output exactly 20.0 mA on current meter
Enter a mA Output value
Set mA output to any given value to perform loop test
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from fiducial to level signal
Enter new password (0-255)
Displays encrypted value of present password
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Loop Mode
Trim Lvl
xx.x lu
Trim 4
xxxx
Trim 20
xxxx
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
LvlTicks
xxxx
New Pass
xxx
Language
(select)
Mdl705HT
Ver3.0a0
DispFact
(select)
History
(current status)
HF cable
(select)
39
Run Time
40
History Reset
41
42
43
20
Action
FidTicks
xxxx
Fid Type
(select)
Select from English, Spanish, Language choice for LCD display
French, German
Transmitter display
Product identification Firmware version
Select Yes to display factory
parameter menus
Allows for viewing the factory parameters
Press Enter to view history
of recent exceptions
Diagnostic Display
Superuser Parameter
Select from 3-foot or 12-foot (84 cm or 366 cm) remote
Press Enter and select yes
to clear history
Similar to SZ Alarm Reset
Diagnostic Display
Time of flight from start of ramp to fiducial
Superuser Password
Select from positive or negative
(Selection only allowed for some probes)
Fid Spread
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2.6.5.2 Measurement Type: Level and Volume (Loop Control = Volume)
Display
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
Fid Gain
xxx
Window
xxx
Conv Fct
xxxx
Scl Ofst
xxx
Neg Ampl
xxx
Pos Ampl
xxx
Signal
xxx
Compsate
(select)
7xKCorr
xxx
ElecTemp
xxx C
Max Temp
xxx C
Min Temp
xxx C
SZ Hyst
xx.x lu
Action
Comment
Superuser Password
Factory Parameter
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Factory Parameter
Calibration parameter
Superuser Password
Diagnostic factory setting
Superuser Password
Diagnostic factory setting
Diagnostic Display
Indication of level signal amplitude
Superuser Parameter
Select from None, Manual, Auto
Superuser Parameter
Distance in mm from fiducial to user reference point
(7xK probe characteristic)
Diagnostic Display
Present temperature in electronics compartment
(degrees Celsius)
Diagnostic Display
Maximum electronics temperature recorded
Diagnostic Display
Minimum electronics temperature recorded
Diagnostic Display
Diagnostic factory setting
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2.6.6 Offset Description
LvlUnits
in
PrbModel
7xF-E
PrbMount
Flange
Probe Ln
72 in
(182.9 cm)
20 mA
Lvl Ofst
0.0 in
(0.0 cm)
60"
Dielctrc
10-100
Set 4mA
24.0 in
(61 cm)
4 mA
24"
Set 20mA
60.0 in
(152.4 cm)
10"
The parameter referred to as Lvl Ofst in the ECLIPSE menu
is the desired level reading when liquid surface is at the end
of the probe. The ECLIPSE transmitter is shipped from the
factory with Lvl Ofst set to 0. With this configuration, all
measurements are referenced from the bottom of the probe.
See Example 1.
Example 1 (Lvl Ofst = 0 as shipped from factory):
Application calls for a 72-inch (183 cm) Model 7xF–E
hygienic probe installed with the bottom of the probe 10
inches (25.4 cm) above the bottom of the tank. The user
wants the 4 mA point at 24 inches (61 cm) and the
20 mA point at 60 inches (152.4 cm) as referenced from
the bottom of the probe.
Example 1
LvlUnits
in
PrbModel
7xH-x
PrbMount
Flange
Probe Ln
72 in
(183 cm)
20 mA
Lvl Ofst
10 in
(25.4 cm)
Dielctrc
10-100
60"
Set 4mA
24.0 in
(61 cm)
4 mA
24"
Set 20mA
60.0 in
(152.4 cm)
10"
Example 2
LvlUnits
in
PrbModel
7xF-E
PrbMount
Flange
20 mA
Probe Ln
48 in
(122 cm)
Lvl Ofst
-6.0 in
(-15.2 cm)
30"
4 mA
6"
Dielctrc
10-100
Set 4mA
0 in
(0 cm)
In those applications in which it is desired to reference all
measurements from the bottom of the vessel, the value of
Lvl Ofst should be changed to the distance between the
bottom of the probe and the bottom of the vessel as shown
in Example 2.
Example 2:
Application calls for a 72-inch (183 cm) Model 7xH
hygienic probe installed with the bottom of the probe 10
inches (25.4 cm) above the bottom of the tank. The user
wants the 4 mA point at 24 inches (61 cm) and the 20
mA point at 60 inches (152.4 cm) as referenced from the
bottom of the tank.
When the ECLIPSE transmitter is mounted in a
chamber/bridle, it is usually desirable to configure the unit
with the 4 mA (0%) point at the lower process connection
and the 20 mA (100%) point at the upper process connection.
The span is the center-to-center dimension. In this case, a
negative Lvl Ofst needs to be entered. In doing so, all
measurements are then referenced at a point up on the
probe as shown in Example 3.
Example 3:
Application calls for a 48-inch (122 cm) Model 7xF–E
probe measuring water in a chamber with the bottom of
the probe 6 inches (15.2) below the lower process connection. The user wants the 4 mA point to be 0 inches )0
cm) at the bottom process connection and the 20 mA
point to be 30 inches (76.2 cm) at the top process connection.
Set 20mA
30.0 in
(76.2 cm)
Example 3
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2.7
Configuration Using HART
A HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer)
remote unit, such as a HART communicator, can be used
to provide a communication link to the ECLIPSE transmitter.
When connected to the control loop, the same system
measurement readings shown on the transmitter are shown
on the communicator. The communicator can also be used
to configure the transmitter.
The HART communicator may need to be updated to include
the ECLIPSE software (Device Descriptions). Contact your
local HART Service Center for additional information.
2.7.1 Connections
A HART communicator can be operated from a remote
location by connecting it to a remote junction or by connecting it directly to the terminal block in the electronics
housing of the ECLIPSE transmitter.
HART uses the Bell 202 frequency shift keying technique
of high-frequency digital signals. It operates on the 4–20
mA loop and requires 250 Ω load resistance. A typical
connection between a communicator and the ECLIPSE
transmitter is shown at left.
Junction
R L > 250 Ω
Control
Room
Display
Power
Supply
Current
Meter
-
+
2.7.2 Display Menu
A typical communicator display is an 8-line by 21-character
LCD. When connected, the top line of each menu displays
the model (Model 705 3.x) and its tag number or address.
Usually the bottom line of each menu is reserved for softwaredefined function keys (F1–F4). For detailed operating information, refer to the instruction manual provided with the
HART communicator.
The ECLIPSE transmitter online menu trees are shown in
the following illustration. Open the menu by pressing the
alphanumeric key 1, Device Setup, to display the secondlevel menu.
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2.7.3 HART Menu – Model 705 3.x
1 Device Setup
2 Level
3 % Range
4 Loop
5 Device Variables
Level
Volume
IfcLvl
IfcVol
1
2
3
4
1 Calibration
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Probe Model
Probe Mount
Measurement Type
Level Units
Probe Length
Level Offset
Volume Parameters
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
PV is
Variable Selection
4 mA Set Point
20 mA Set Point
Damping
System Fault State
Blocking Distance
SZ Fault State
SZ Height
SZ Alarm Reset
Threshold
Interace Params
Trim Level
Date/Time/Initials
1 Upper Dielectric
2 Interface Threshold
3 Ifc Threshold Ampl
1 SV IS
2 TV IS
3 QV IS
1 Volume Units
2 Strapping Table
3 Table Length
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2 Basic Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tag
Descriptor
Date
Message
Poll Address
Final Asmbly Num
3 Advanced Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Trim Loop Current
Enter Password
Fiducial Type
Fiducial Gain
Neg Threshold Ampl
Pos Threshold Ampl
Compensation
Factory Settings
SZ Hystersis
Max Temperature
Min Temperature
Reset Temperatures
New User Password
1
2
3
4
Compensation Mode
Upper Dielectric
Target Calibration
7xK Correction
1 Target Oper Mode
2 Target Calib Value
3 Auto Target Calib
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Magnetrol S/N
Device ID
HF Cable
Window
Conversion Factor
Scale Offset
Waveform Selection
Factory Param 2
5 Review
4 Diagnostics
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Loop Test
Present Status
Status History
Level Ticks
Fiducial Ticks
Fiducial Spread
Signal Strength
Elec Temperature
Interface Ticks
Interface Medium
Derating Factor
Target Amplitude
Target Ticks
1 Faults
2 Warnings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Seal Leak
Fiducial Spread
Hi Temperature
Lo Temperature
Calib Required
EOP Too Low
Trim Required
Initializing
May Be Flooded
Dry Probe
Weak Signal
System Warning
Warning 1
Warning 2
No Steam Target
Warning 4
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Software Failure
CPU Failure
EEPROM Failure
Default Params
No End of Ramp
Loop Failure
Fiducial Shift
Slope Error
No Probe
No Fiducial
Safety Zone Alrm
No Signal
EOP High
Hi Volume Alrm
Lvl < Probe Length
EOP < Probe Length
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Model
Manufacturer
Magnetrol S/N
Firmware Version
Tag
Descriptor
Date
Message
Poll Address
Final asmbly num
Device ID
Probe Model
Probe Mount
Measurement Type
Level Units
Probe Length
Level Offset
Volume Units
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
PV is
SV is
TV is
QV is
4mA Set Point
20mA Set Point
Damping
System Fault State
Blocking Distance
SZ Fault State
SZ Height
Trim Level
4 mA Trim Value
20 mA Trim Value
Threshold
Interface Threshold
Fiducial Type
Fiducial Gain
Neg Threshold Ampl
Pos Threshold Ampl
Ifc Threshold Ampl
Compensation Mode
Upper Dielectric
7xK Correction
SZ Hysteresis
Universal rev
Field dev rev
Software rev
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2.7.4 HART Revision Table
Model 705
HART Version
HCF Release Date
Compatible with 705 Software
Dev V1 DD V1
July 1998
Version 1.2B and earlier
Dev V1 DD V2
November 1998
Version 1.2C through 1.3D
Dev V3 DD V1
April 1999
Version 1.4A through 1.4C
Dev V4 DD V1
October 1999
Version 1.5 and later
Model 705 2.x
HART Version
HCF Release Date
Compatible with 705 Software
Dev V1 DD V1
June 2000
Version 2.0A through 2.2C
Dev V2 DD V1
September 2001
Version 2.3A through 2.3E
Dev V3 DD V1
September 2003
Version 2.4A through 2.4B
Dev V4 DD V1
April 2004
Version 2.5A and later
Model 705 3.x
HART Version
HCF Release Date
Compatible with 705 Software
Dev V1 DD V2
September 2008
Version 3.0A and later
Dev V2 DD V1
August 2011
Version 3.2A and later
3.0
Reference Information
This section presents an overview of the operation of the
ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter, information on troubleshooting common problems, listings of
agency approvals, lists of replacement and recommended
spare parts, and detailed physical, functional, and performance specifications.
3.1
Description
ECLIPSE is a loop-powered two-wire, 24 VDC, level transmitter based on the concept of Guided Wave Radar. Guided
Wave Radar, or Micropower Impulse Radar (MIR), is a revolutionary, new level measurement technology.
The ECLIPSE electronics are housed in an ergonomic housing comprised of two tandem compartments angled at a
45-degree angle for ease of wiring and calibration. These
two compartments connect via an explosion proof and
watertight feed-through.
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3.2
24 VDC, 4-20 mA
Loop Powered
3.2.1 Micropower Impulse Radar
MIR (Micropower Impulse Radar) combines TDR (time
domain reflectometry), ETS (equivalent time sampling) and
modern low power circuitry. This synthesis of technologies
brings to the level market a high-speed radar circuit (speed of
light transmission) at a small fraction of the cost of conventional radar. The electromagnetic pulses are propagated via a
waveguide that yields a system many times more efficient
than through-air radar.
Transmit Pulse
A reflection is
developed off the
liquid surface
Air
εr = 1
Media
Theory of Operation
ε r > 1.4
A small amount of energy
continues down the probe
in a low dielectric fluid,
e.g. hydrocarbon
Refer to Appendix A for information concerning the
extremely low level GWR emitted energy into the process.
3.2.2 Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)
TDR uses pulses of electromagnetic (EM) energy to measure distances or levels. When a pulse reaches a dielectric
discontinuity (created by media surface), part of the energy
is reflected. The greater the dielectric difference, the greater
the amplitude (strength) of the reflection.
Although TDR is new to the industrial level measurement
industry, it has been used in the telephone, computer, and
power transmission industries for years. In these industries,
it is used to successfully find wire or cable breaks and
shorts. An EM pulse is sent through the wire, traveling
unimpeded until it finds a line break or short. A reflection
is then returned from the break enabling a timing circuit to
pinpoint the location.
In the ECLIPSE transmitter, a waveguide with a characteristic
impedance in air is used as a probe. When part of the probe
is immersed in a material other than air, there is lower
impedance due to the increase in the dielectric. When an
EM pulse is sent down the probe and meets the dielectric
discontinuity, a reflection is generated.
3.2.3 Equivalent Time Sampling (ETS)
ETS (Equivalent Time Sampling) is used to measure the
high speed, low power EM energy. ETS is a critical key in
the application of TDR to vessel level measurement technology. The high speed EM energy (1000 ft/µs) is difficult
to measure over short distances and at the resolution
required in the process industry. ETS captures the EM
signals in real time (nanoseconds) and reconstructs them in
equivalent time (milliseconds), which is much easier to
measure with today’s technology.
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ETS is accomplished by scanning the waveguide to collect
thousands of samples. Approximately 8 scans are taken per
second; each scan gathers more than 30,000 samples.
4.0
Initial Start-Up
The introduction of Guided Wave Radar (GWR) technology as a method to measure level, increases performance and
provides unique solutions beyond traditional level measurement methods. GWR devices have been successfully
applied in the Life Sciences industry for more than a
decade. There are thousands of units installed in all facets
of production as well as in the utilities section of these facilities. (Please refer to the Industrial I/O manual 57-606 for
additional information on non-hygienic applications.)
Based on that extensive experience, this document provides
some suggested best practices for the installation and startup of GWR devices commonly found in the Life Sciences
industry.
4.1 Probe Location
The primary consideration for a new GWR installation is
the location of the wave guide or probe. In comparison to
other radar technologies, GWR is extremely robust and is
not easily affected by typical disturbances within a vessel.
However, there are opportunities to capitalize on a few best
practices to reduce, if not eliminate, fine tuning at installation.
The best location for a guided wave radar unit is along the
outer belt ring. Position the probe away from baffles, diptubes, and any agitation device that might damage the
probe. While not imperative, the selected position for the
probe should be as far as possible from spray bulbs to simplify installation, start-up, and commissioning of the
device. Conversely, the distance between the probe and a
vortex breaker or drain can be as close as 1 inch (2.5 cm).
The best location for a Guided Wave Radar probe is on the
top head of a vessel, as close the sidewall as possible. The
nozzle and probe should be marked to identify the correct
orientation within the tank. The orientation is critical to
the performance of the installation. Deviation from the
correct orientation can change the characteristic non-linearity of the probe and therefore reduce measurement repeatability. The methods for correction are all reliant on the
repeatability of the device. Therefore, if there is any concern regarding the probe’s movement, an alignment hook
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similar to those used to maintain the position of spray balls
should be incorporated into the design and welded to the
flange assembly of the guided wave radar unit.
NOTE: If an alignment hook is not feasible, “match-mark” the process
connection on the probe to the process connection on the vessel.
4.2 Probe Bends
Often it is necessary to bend the probe to accommodate the
constraints of the application. The ECLIPSE Model 705
utilitizes a probe that can be bent to maximize yields while
avoiding disturbances. Use the following guidelines for
bending a probe to improve the overall performance and
reliability of the installation.
NOTE: The orientation is critical to the performance of the installation.
4.2.1 Shallow Bends
The bend design should be as shallow as possible. A shallow
bend is best characterized as one that is very large on the
side of the probe where the bending mechanism is located.
Positioning the bend as high as possible, in relation to the
top of the probe, will assist in keeping this angle shallow.
Installation design should avoid placing bends in probes at
critical measurement points as it relates to the process. This
will ensure that the device provides the highest level of performance possible.
4.2.2 Field Bends
The MAGNETROL ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar probe
can be modified in the field. This includes modifications in
length as well as probe bending. Many times this will
reduce or eliminate extra shipping cost due to irregular
packaging as well as reduce delivery time by eliminating
drawing approval.
When bending the probe in the field, do not apply stress
(e.g., clamping) to the flange assembly. This can damage
components internal to the portion of the device responsible for transferring signal and maintaining hygienic seal
from the process.
NOTE: Do not apply any force to the process adaptor or transmitter as
this may cause damage.
Use a ½" conduit bending device on probes that are ½" bar
stock or less for simple bends. Probes constructed from bar
stock grater than ½" will require considerable force.
Therefore, a hand crank style bending may be ideal.
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NOTE: Consider sliding a 9⁄16" hose over the electro polished rod to prevent damage to the probe during the bending operation.
Errors in bending can be corrected by cutting the incorrect
portion of the probe and welding a new piece of material to
the probe with matching specifications using a full penetration weld to maintain sterility.
After bending or modification, inspect the probe finish and
polish as necessary to obtain the required surface finish.
4.2.3 Accommodating Non-Linearity
Any non-vertical portion of the probe represents non-linearity in the measurement. When designing a new installation
for which a probe is going to be bent, the ideal process connection size is at least 2" for GWR probes ½" in diameter.
This will allow a rigid probe to be installed through the
nozzle with the highest degree of ease. For smaller diameter
probes (e.g., approx. ¼" diameter), a ¾" or 1" connection is
sufficient. Typically, these smaller probes are found in small
vessels where the installation is not as difficult, regardless of
connection size.
One method for stabilizing probe
within a vessel
If the probe can potentially deflect and be caught by an agitator or other moving component within a tank, a “capture
ring” should be incorporated into the installation design to
prevent the probe from deflecting more than 3 inches (75
mm) per 6 feet (1.8 m) of probe length. (See figure at left
for example.) Contact the manufacturer for assistance in the
design and application of the capture ring.
There are no performance concerns when incorporating a
capture ring. However, make sure the probe does not touch
the ring when there is no liquid present. During typical
operation, the liquid level should be above the ring so that
all signals reflect off the liquid level rather than reflect off
the capture ring.
A capture ring should be constructed from ¼" round bar
stock formed into a circle at one end. A 2" diameter is ideal
for the circle and should share the same centerline as the
probe. A length of bar stock should be extended from this
circle to the nearest portion of the tank that will allow the
ring to be welded for connection.
An ideal location for a capture ring is as low as possible
along the probe to minimize potential dead-band issues that
may result from product hang-up on the ring. The capture
ring should be installed below the lowest measuring point if
possible, but high enough such that the probe will not be
able to jump out of the ring during operation.
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4.3 Electronics Mounting
The ECLIPSE Model 705 unit has a removable transmitter
design.
Incorporating a unique high frequency connector, free rotation of the transmitter head is independent of the probe orientation.
4.4 Basic Start-Up
A radar signal is an electromagnetic pulse that reflects at a
change in dielectric. Typical Life Sciences applications are
water for injection (WFI) or high purity water based. High
purity water has a very high dielectric (WFI is approximately 12-15). This is considered high dieletric from a GWR
standpoint. Furthermore, adding salts or media to the water
drastically increases the dielectric value of the process.
Typical applications are within a metallic vessel that provides additional benefit to the technology’s signal efficiency.
These factors allow very low gains to reduce the signal-tonoise ratio. The MAGNETROL ECLIPSE unit uses parameters tagged “Dielectric Range” and “Sensitivity” to adjust
the unit’s gain.
4.4.1 Probe Length
The overall length of the probe should be measured after
making any field modifications including bending, cutting,
or adding length. When the unit’s probe length has been
configured in its final form, enter that exact length into the
Probe Length parameter within the transmitter and then
ensure a “Dry Probe” status which confirms that the end of
probe signal is measured correctly.
4.4.2 Blocking Distance and Damping
Other relevant configuration parameters are Blocking
Distance and Damping.
Blocking Distance is a configurable “dead-band” that can be
entered into the unit. Although the Model 705 unit can
typically read from the tip of the probe to the top of the
flange, Life Sciences applications may require the use of
blocking distance to ignore some distance from the top of
the probe. It may be used when an electromagnetic pulse
reverberates along an unusually long nozzle to create a phenomenon called “ringing.” Ringing generates a false level
signal beyond the bottom of the nozzle. In extreme cases,
blocking distance also may be used to ignore spray from a
nozzle that is too close to the probe and cannot be
addressed by reducing sensitivity.
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The Damping parameter is not typically used in Life
Sciences applications. Most guided wave radar units are
connected to a PLC or DCS that has the capability to perform any damping while true measurement can be received
into data collection systems.
4.4.3 Strapping Tables
A bent probe creates a non-linear output relative to actual
liquid level in a vessel. To account for this non-linearity, the
MAGNETROL ECLIPSE unit has a twenty-point strapping table embedded in the device that will correlate a measured level to some configurable point.
The most common method for using the strapping table in
Life Sciences applications is through a calibrated flow meter
(e.g., coriolis), filling the vessel to meter known volumes.
Then, entering the output level value into the table along
with the corresponding volume as measured by the meter.
Using the strapping table will not only compensate for the
non-linearity associated with bends in the probe, but also
will account for the changes in volume from changes in
tank geometry, disturbances such as agitator blades, and any
other dynamics along the probe.
The published repeatability for the MAGNETROL
ECLIPSE guide wave radar in typical Life Sciences applications is 0.025% of volume or 0.1" (3mm), whichever is
greater. It is important to note that the flow meter should
be operated at the rated flow-rate to make sure that the
meter does not affect the accuracy of the strapping table.
When preparing a strapping table, identify areas where there
is significant non-linearity of volume with respect to level.
Then, select and cluster strapping table points in quantities
of 3 to 5, depending on availability, around the identified
areas. For example, in a typical tulip-shaped tank, approximately fifty percent of the points should be in the non-linear portion of the tank. Then, 3-5 cluster points should be
assigned to the batch heights for the process.
Finally, one point should be reserved in any application for
a point at 105%-110% of the maximum operating volume.
There are two philosophies regarding the first point. Most
tables will perform linear interpolation between points.
Therefore, anything measured between zero and the first
strapping table point will be interpolated. However, some
users prefer to measure the first possible point and correlate
that to a known volume for repeatability.
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4.4.4 Tuning/Optimization
GWR devices may require fine tuning in the field after
installation. In the most basic applications, the Model 705
requires no configuration or tuning. However, as complexities such as probe bending and proximity to disturbances in
the vessel are entered into design of the installation,
MAGNETROL suggests using the following guidelines to
tune a GWR unit.
4.4.4.1 Dielectric Range/Sensitivity
Adjust the Dielectric Range and Sensitivity parameters to
change the gain of the device. Dielectric range can be
thought of as a “course gain adjustment,” and sensitivity as
a “fine gain adjustment.” Often, there is no further configuration or tuning required beyond these adjustments.
4.4.4.2 PACTware Echo Curve
A HART modem is required for a PC to communicate with
the transmitter. Using the Echo Curve function provides a
real-time waveform and indicates the effects of the changes
made to configuration.
Threshold Adjustment Based on EchoCurve
There are cases where sensitivity adjustments will not ignore
noise present in a vessel. In those cases, threshold adjustments (Positive or Negative depending on the Echo Curve)
may be necessary.
4.4.4.3 Blocking Distance
If there is noise at the top of the probe that can not be
ignored, such as an installation that is too close to a spray
ball that has an excessive flow stream aimed at the probe,
then an artificial dead-band can be introduced using the
"blocking distance" parameter. This is a top-down measured
portion of the probe that will be ignored.
4.4.4.4 Echo Curves in Dry and Filled States
Obtain Echo Curves in both dry and filled states to make
sure that changes to configuration do not affect the unit’s
ability to read the true end of probe signal as well as liquid
level along the probe.
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4.4.4.5 Strapping Table Configuration
The referenced configuration parameters can affect where a
waveform crosses thresholds. Therefore, all strapping table
information should be obtained after the configuration has
been optimized.
4.4.4.6 Additional Considerations
Many Life Sciences industry applications are dynamic
processes. These may require additional tuning to accommodate the differences. Specifically, applications where
clean-in-place (CIP) is present may require further tuning as
the recycle rates are finalized.
Caustics have a high dielectric that will respond differently
than process water (i.e. reducing sensitivity addresses a
majority of these fine-tuning cases). The Echo Curve function in the ECLIPSE PACTware DTM is very effective in
identifying what adjustments need to be made and whether
they have been resolved.
Foaming applications are quite common in Life Sciences
liquid level measurement applications and many, if not all,
liquid levels can be measured using the MAGNETROL
ECLIPSE GWR. However, there is a limit that is dependent
upon the dielectric value of the foam. If the value is high
enough, the radar signal will not pass through the foam.
Based on experience, the ECLIPSE is operational in most
Life Sciences operation by utilizing the sensitivity and
threshold adjustment built into the unit to address these situations.
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5.0
Troubleshooting
The ECLIPSE transmitter is designed and engineered for
trouble-free operation over a wide range of operating
conditions. Common transmitter problems are discussed
in terms of their symptoms and recommended corrective
actions. Information on how to handle material buildup
on the probe is also provided in this section.
WARNING! Explosion hazard. Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is
known to be non-hazardous.
5.1
Troubleshooting System Problems — Model 705
Symptom
Problem
Solution
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP values
are all inaccurate.
Basic configuration data is
questionable.
Reconfigure the Probe Model and/or Probe
Mount, Probe Length or Level Offset.
1) Ensure the Level is accurate.
2) Verify 4 mA and 20 mA Loop values.
LEVEL readings are repeatable but
consistently high or low from actual
by a fixed amount.
Configuration data does not
accurately match probe length
or tank height.
Ensure proper Probe Model and probe length.
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP
values fluctuate.
Turbulence
Increase the Damping factor until the
readings stabilize.
High Frequency connection
Check Fid Spread (should be stable within
±10 counts).
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP
values all reading low vs. actual.
Adjust trim level value by the amount of
noted inaccuracy.
Lower dielectric material over higher
Adjust Threshold settings.
dielectric material, e.g., foam over water
Coating, clumping or buildup on probe These may be expected inaccuracies due
to affect on pulse propagation.
Dense, water based foam
These may be expected inaccuracies due
to affect on pulse propagation.
LEVEL reading on Display is correct
but LOOP is stuck on 4 mA.
Basic configuration data is
questionable.
Set POLL ADR to 0 if not using
HART multi-drop.
HART device only: handheld will only
read Universal Commands.
Most current Device Descriptors
(DDs) are not installed in handheld.
Contact local HART service center for the
latest DDs.
Level Reading on Display is stuck at
full scale, loop is stuck at 20.5 mA.
Software believes probe is flooded
(level near very top of probe).
Check actual level. If probe is not flooded,
Check for buildup or obstructions near top
of probe. Select higher dielectric range.
Check for condensation in probe
connection. Add Blocking Distance.
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP
values all at maximum level.
Possible configuration issue
with single rod probe
1) Increase Blocking Distance
2) Increase Dielectric Range
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP
values all reading high vs. actual.
Possible obstruction in tank
affecting single rod probe
1) Adjust sensitivity until obstruction
is ignored
2) Relocate probe away from obstruction
LEVEL value reading high when
should be zero.
Transmitter loose or disconnected
from probe
Ensure transmitter connected securely
to probe.
NOTE: When consulting the factory concerning improper operation, use proper tables on Pages 52–53. Enter all data when transmitter is
working CORRECTLY or INCORRECTLY.
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5.2
Status Messages
Display Message
Action
Comment
Initial
None
Normal operating mode
None
Program is Initializing, level reading held at 4 mA set point. This is a
transient condition.
EOP < Probe
Length
None
Normal message for a dry probe. End of probe signal is being detected.
End of Probe signal from a dry
probe is out of range
1) Ensure probe length is entered correctly
OK
DryProbe
2) Set transmitter to a lower dielectric range
3) Consult factory
EOP High
WeakSgnl
Flooded?
NoSignal
4) Ensure proper blocking distance
End of Probe signal is out of
range
1) Ensure probe length is entered correctly
2) Consult factory (old twin rod probe being used with enhanced 705)
None. Signal amplitude is lower 1) Set transmitter to lower dielectric range
than desired.
2) Increase sensitivity
Loss of level signal possibly
due to flooding, twin rod
probes only
1) Decrease level in vessel
2) Set transmitter to lower dielectric range
3) Replace with Model 7xR Overfill probe
No level signal being detected
1) Ensure dielectric setting is correct for measured medium
2) Increase sensitivity
3) Confirm that the probe type is proper for the dielectric of the medium
No Fid
4) Consult factory
Fiducial signal is not being
detected
1) Check connection between probe and transmitter
2) Check for moisture on top of probe
3) Check for damaged gold pin on the high frequency connector
FidShift
4) Consult factory
FidTicks shifted from expected
value
1) Check connection between probe and transmitter
2) Check for moisture on top of probe
3) Check for damaged gold pin on the high frequency connector
Fid Sprd
SZ Alarm
Hi Temp
4) Consult factory
Fiducial Ticks variation is
excessive
1) Check connection between probe and transmitter
2) Check for moisture on top of probe
3) Consult factory
Safety Zone alarm has been
tripped, loop current fixed at
SZ Fault
Decrease level in vessel
Present temperature in
electronics compartment is
above +80° C
1) Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure ambient temperature
is within specification
2) Change to remote mount transmitter
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5.2
Status Messages
Display Message
Lo Temp
HiVolAlm
Sys Warn
TrimReqd
Cal Reqd
SlopeErr
LoopFail
No Ramp
DfltParm
LVL < Probe
Length
EE Fail
CPU Fail
SfwrFail
Action
Comment
Present temperature in
electronics compartment is
below -40° C
1) Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure ambient temperature
is within specification
Level more than 5% above
highest point in strapping table
Verify strapping table is entered correctly.
Unexpected but non-fatal
software event
Consult factory
Factory set Loop values are
defaults, loop output may be
inaccurate
Consult factory
Factory set default calibration
parameters are in use, level
reading may be inaccurate
Consult factory
Ramp circuit generating
improper voltage
Consult factory
Loop current differs from
expected value
Consult factory
2) Change to remote mount transmitter
No End-of-Ramp signal detected Consult factory
Internal non-volatile parameters Consult factory
have been defaulted
Apparent position of the upper 1) Check entered probe length
level pulse is beyond the end of 2) Change threshold to fixed
probe.
EEPROM error allowing watchdog timer to expire
Consult factory
A-D converter time out allowing Consult factory
watchdog timer to expire
A fatal software error allowing
watchdog timer to expire
Consult factory
PACTware™ PC Program
The ECLIPSE Model 705 offers the ability to do Trending and Echo Curve analysis using a PACTware DTM.
This is a powerful troubleshooting tool that can aid in the resolution of some of the Error Messages shown above.
Refer to Bulletins 59-101 and 59-601 for more information.
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5.3
Agency Approvals
AGENCY
FM
CSA
IEC
ATEX
0344
MODEL APPROVED
APPROVAL CATEGORY
APPROVAL CLASSES
705-5XXX-1XX
705-5XXX-2XX
Intrinsically Safe
Class I, Div. 1; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1; Groups E, F, & G T4
Class III, Type 4X, IP66
Entity
Class I, Div. 1; Groups B, C & D
Class II, Div. 1; Groups E, F, & G T4
Class III, Type 4X, IP66
Class I, Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 2; Groups F & G T4
Class III, Type 4X, IP66
Class I, Div. 1; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1; Group E, F & G T4
Class III, Type 4X
Entity
Class I, Div. 1; Groups B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 1; Group E, F & G T4
Class III, Type 4X
Class I, Div. 2; Groups A, B, C, & D
Class II, Div. 2; Group E, F & G T4
Class III, Type 4X
Zone 0 Ex ia IIC T4
705-5XXX-3XX
705-5XXX-4XX
Explosion Proof ➀
(with Intrinsically Safe probe)
705-5XXX-XXX
705-5XXX-XXX
Non-Incendive
Suitable for: ➁
705-5XXX-1XX
705-5XXX-2XX
Intrinsically Safe
705-5XXX-3XX
705-5XXX-4XX
Explosion Proof ➀
(with Intrinsically Safe probe)
705-5XXX-XXX
705-5XXX-XXX
Non-Incendive
Suitable for: ➁
705-5XXX-AXX
705-5XXX-BXX
705-5XXX-AXX
705-5XXX-BXX
705-5XXX-CXX
705-5XXX-DXX
705-51XX-EXX
705-51XX-FXX
705-52XX-EXX
705-52XX-FXX
Intrinsically Safe ➂
Intrinsically Safe ➂
II 1G, EEx ia IIC T4
Flame Proof
II 1/2G, EEx d [ia] IIC T6
Non-sparking
These units are in conformity of:
1. The EMC Directive: 2004/108/EC. The units have
been tested to EN 61326.
2. Directive 94/9/EC for equipment or protective system
for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
II 3(1)G, EEx nA [ia] IIC T4..T6
with probe II 1 G EEx ia IIC T6
II 3(1)G, EEx nA [nL] [ia] IIC T4..T6
with probe II 1 G EEx ia IIC T6
Note: Single and twin rod probes must be used in metallic
vessel or stillwell to maintain CE compliance.
➀ Factory Sealed: This product has been approved by Factory Mutual Research (FM), and Canadian Standards Association (CSA), as
a Factory Sealed device.
➁ IMPORTANT: Measured media inside vessel must be non-flammable only. If media inside vessel is flammable, then the
explosion proof version (which contains an internal barrier making the probe Intrinsically Safe) is required.
➂ Special conditions for safe use
Because the enclosure of the Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter ECLIPSE Model 705-5 _ _ _ - _1 _ and/or Probe ECLIPSE Model
7_ _ -_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ is made of aluminum, if it is mounted in an area where the use of category 1 G (Zone 0) apparatus is required, it
must be installed such, that, even in the event of rare incidents, ignition sources due to impact and friction sparks are excluded.
For applications in explosive atmospheres caused by gases, vapors or mists and where category 1G (Zone 0) apparatus is required,
electrostatic charges on the non-metallic parts of the Probe ECLIPSE Model 7x5- _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ , Model 7x7- _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ and
Model 7_ F- _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ shall be avoided.
5.3.1 Agency Specifications – Explosion Proof Installation
Factory Sealed: This product has been approved by Factory Mutual Research (FM), and, Canadian Standards
Association (CSA), as a Factory Sealed device.
NOTE: Factory Sealed: No Explosion Proof conduit fitting (EY seal) is required within 18" of the transmitter. However, an
Explosion Proof conduit fitting (EY seal) is required between the hazardous and safe areas.
Caution: Grounding (+) will cause faulty operation, but will not cause permanent damage.
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5.3.2 Agency Specifications – Intrinsically Safe Installation
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5.3.3 Agency Specifications – FOUNDATION fieldbus System
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6.0
Parts
6.1
Replacement Parts
Part Number
Item
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
6.1
Dual
Compartment
304 ss Single
Compartment
HART with display (SIL 1)
Z31-2835-001
89-7254-001
HART without display (SIL 1)
Z31-2835-002
N/A
HART with display (SIL 2)
Z31-2835-003
89-7254-003
HART without display (SIL 2)
Z31-2835-004
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus with display
Z31-2841-001
89-7254-002
FOUNDATION fieldbus without display
Z31-2841-002
N/A
PROFIBUS PA with display
Z31-2846-001
89-7254-004
PROFIBUS PA without display
Z31-2846-002
N/A
HART General Purpose (GP), Intrinsically Safe (IS), Explosion Proof (XP)
Z30-9151-001
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus (XP)
Z30-9151-003
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus (IS/Fisco)
Z30-9151-004
N/A
O-ring (Viton®)
(Consult Factory for alternative O-ring materials)
012-2201-237
12-2201-237
Housing cover without glass
004-9193-003
36-5702-003
Housing cover with glass (GP, IS)
(XP)
036-4410-001
036-4410-003
36-5702-002
N/A
Description
Electronic module
Terminal board
Recommended Spare Parts
Part Number
Item
➀
➁
➂
➃
40
Dual
Compartment
304 ss Single
Compartment
HART with display (SIL 1)
Z31-2835-001
89-7254-001
HART without display (SIL 1)
Z31-2835-002
N/A
HART with display (SIL 2)
Z31-2835-003
89-7254-003
HART without display (SIL 2)
Z31-2835-004
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus with display
Z31-2841-001
89-7254-002
FOUNDATION fieldbus without display
Z31-2841-002
N/A
PROFIBUS PA with display
Z31-2846-001
89-7254-004
PROFIBUS PA without display
Z31-2846-002
N/A
HART General Purpose (GP), Intrinsically Safe (IS), Explosion Proof (XP)
Z30-9151-001
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus (XP)
Z30-9151-003
N/A
FOUNDATION fieldbus (IS/Fisco)
Z30-9151-004
N/A
Description
Electronic module
Terminal board
Model 7xH Hygienic Probe Rebuild Kit
2”, 316 SS with Viton O-Ring (Contact factory for other sizes)
89-4505-003
Model 7xF–E Hygienic Probe Rebuild Kit
2”, 316 SS (Contact factory for other sizes)
89-4504-003
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7.0
Specifications
7.1
Functional
System Design
Measurement Principle
Guided time-of-flight via time domain reflectometry
Input
Measured Variable
Level, determined by the time-of-flight of a guided radar pulse from
transmitter to product surface and back
Span
6 inches to 24 feet (15 to 732 cm)
Output
Type
Analog
4 to 20 mA with HART digital signal (HART 6)
Range
Analog
3.8 to 20.5 mA useable
Digital
0 to 999" (0 to 999 cm)
Resolution
Analog
0.01 mA
1200
Digital
0.1"
1000
Loop Resistance (maximum)
GP/IS/XP- 620 Ω @24 VDC
Diagnostic Alarm
Adjustable 3.6 mA, 22 mA, HOLD
Damping
Adjustable 0-10 seconds
20.5 mA
800
Ω
630
600
400
User Interface
Keypad
3-button menu-driven data entry & system security
Indication
2-line × 8-character display
Digital Communication
HART Version 6.x compatible
200
FOUNDATION fieldbus H1 (ITK 4.6)
Power (Measured at instrument terminals)
General Purpose/Intrinsically Safe/Explosion Proof/FM/CSA/ATEX
Fieldbus General Purpose/XP/IS/FISCO
11 to 36 VDC
0
24 VDC
0
11
10
20
VDC
30
40
GENERAL PURPOSE (GP)
INTRINSICALLY SAFE (IS)
EXPLOSION PROOF (XP)
9–32 VDC (17 mA current draw) (Refer to instruction manual 57-640
for additional information on FOUNDATION fieldbus version)
Housing
Material
Deep drawn 304 ss single compartment, optional Aluminum A356T6 (<0.20% copper)
or 316L dual compartment
Cable Entry
⁄4" NPT and M20: for dual compartment housing
3
⁄2” NPT and M20: for single compartment 304ss housing
1
7.1.1 O-ring (Seal) Selection Chart – Model 7xH
Material
Maximum
Code Temperature➀
Min.
Temp.
Viton® GFLT
0
+400° F
(+200° C)
-40° F
(-40° C)
EPDM
1
+250° F
(+125° C)
-60° F
(-50° C)
➀ Maximum temperature of O-ring (not necessarily maximum process temperature)
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Environment
Operating Temperature
-40 to +175° F
(-40 to +80° C)
Display Function Operating Temperature
-5 to +160° F
(-20 to +70° C)
Storage Temperature
-50 to +175° F
(-46 to +80° C)
Humidity
0-99%, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE Requirements: EN 61326
Note: Single Rod probes must be used in metallic vessel or stillwell to
maintain CE requirement.
Mounting Affects: Single Rod
Nozzles do not restrict performance by ensuring the following:
No nozzle is <2" (50 mm) diameter
Ratio of Diameter: Length is 1:1 or greater;
any ratio <1:1 (e.g., a 2" × 6" nozzle = 1:3) may require a Blocking
Distance and/or DIELECTRIC adjustment (see Section 2.6.5)
No pipe reducers are used
Obstructions: may require configuration changes
Keep conductive objects away from probe to ensure proper performance
Shock Class
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class SA1
Vibration Class
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class VC2
SIL 3 Capable
Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) 91%
7.2 Performance - Model 705
Reference Conditions
Reflection from water at +70° F (+20° C) with 72" (183 cm) coaxial probe
(CFD threshold)
Linearity
<0.3% of probe length or 0.3 inch (. mm) (whichever is greater)
Measured Error
±0.5% probe length or ±0.5 inch (13 mm) (whichever is greater)
Resolution
±0.1 inch (3 mm)
Repeatability
<0.1 inch (3 mm)
Hysteresis
<0.1 inch (3 mm)
Response Time
<1 second
Warm-up Time
<5 seconds
Operating Temp. Range
-40° to +175° F (-40° to +80° C)
LCD Temp. Range
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-5° to +160° F (-20° to +70° C)
Ambient Temp. Effect
Approximately +0.02% of probe length/ ° C
Process Dielectric Effect
<0.3 inch (8 mm) within selected range
Humidity
0-99%, non-condensing
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7.3 Process Conditions
Model
Hygienic
(7xF-E or 7xH-x)
Maximum
Process Temperature
+300° F @ 200 psig
(+150° C @ 13.7 bar)
Maximum
Process Pressure
200 psig @ +300° F
(13.7 bar @ 150° C
Maximum Viscosity
10,000
(consult factory if severe agitation/turbulence)
Dielectric Range
≥1.9
Hermeticity
N/A
7.4 Probe Specifications
Single Rod Probes
Model
7xF–E
Wetted Matallic Parts
316L SS, <15 Ra max. electropolished finish
(Optional: Hastelloy C, AL6XN SS)
Elastomer and Polymetric
Wetted Parts
7xH–x
316L SS, <15 Ra max. electropolished finish
(Optional: Hastelloy C, AL6XN SS)
TFE (GRAS 21CFR177-1550 and USP <88>
Class VI at 121° C)
PEEK and O-ring (Viton or EPDM) (GRAS 21CFR177
and USP <88> Class VI at 121°C
Diameter
0.5" (13 mm)
0.25" (7 mm) for 3⁄4” tri-clamp
0.5" (13 mm)
Blocking Distance – Top
0–36" (0–91 cm)–Probe length dependent (adjustable)
0–36" (0–91 cm)–Probe length dependent (adjustable)
⁄4" – 4" Tri-clamp
flange
⁄4" – 4" Tri-clamp
flange
3
Process Connection
3
Transition Zone (Top)
Application Dependent
Application Dependent
Transition Zone (Bottom)
1" (2.5 cm) @ εr >10
1" (2.5 cm) @ εr >10
Pull Force/Tension
N/A
N/A
Side Load
Not more than 3" deflection at
end of 72" (183 cm) probe
Not more than 3" deflection at
end of 72" (183 cm) probe
Temperature/Pressure Charts
13.8
Process Pressure (bar)
Process Pressure (psig)
200
100
0
6.9
0
50
100
200
300
Process Temperature (°F) (max. 300)
10
38
93
150
Process Temperature (°C) (max. 150)
7XF/7XH
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7.5
Physical
inches (mm)
2.17
(55)
45 View
3.02
(77)
2.53
(64)
4.43
(113)
Electrical
Connection
8.43
(214)
7xF-E: 8.94
(227)
7xH: 9.25
(235)
4.94
(126)
45° View
4.28
(109)
Process
Connection
4.38
(111)
Ø 0.50" (12) Rod
Ø 0.25" (6) for ¾" Triclamp
Probe
Insertion
Length
Eclipse® Housing
(45° View)
Eclipse® with 7xF-E Probe
Hygienic Connection
3.08
(78)
2.12
(54)
2.53
(64)
Elect.
Conn.
Qty. 2
43°
2.37
(60)
33.00 or 144.00
(838 or 3650)
3.00
(76)
2.00
(51)
3.50
(89)
3.75
(95)
2 Holes
.38 (10) Dia.
Eclipse® Remote Configuration
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8.0
Model Numbers
8.1
Transmitter
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
705
ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter
POWER
5
24 VDC, Two-wire
SIGNAL OUTPUT
1
2
3
4–20 mA with HART
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ Digital Communication (English only)
PROFIBUS PA Digital Communication (English Only)
OPTIONS
0
A
None – SIL 1 Standard Electronics (SFF=84.5%)
SIL 2 (Certified) Enhanced Electronics (SFF=91%) ➀
ACCESSORIES
0
A
Digital display and keypad with blind cover
Digital display and keypad with window cover
MOUNTING/CLASSIFICATION
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
E
F
Integral, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(FM & CSA), Non-incendive (Class I, Div. 2)
Remote, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(FM & CSA), Non-incendive (Class I, Div. 2)
Integral, Explosion Proof (FM & CSA) & Non-incendive
Remote, Explosion Proof (FM & CSA) & Non-incendive
Integral, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(ATEX & JIS EEx ia IIC T4)
Remote, General Purpose & Intrinsically Safe
(ATEX & JIS EEx ia IIC T4)
Integral, Explosion Proof (ATEX EEx d [ia] IIC T6)
(must be ordered with Conduit Connection Codes 0 and 1)
Remote, Explosion Proof (ATEX EEx d [ia] IIB T6)
(must be ordered with Conduit Connection Codes 0 and 1)
Integral, Non-incendive (ATEX EEx n II T4..6)
Remote, Non-incendive (ATEX EEx n II T4..6)
HOUSING
1
3
7
9
Cast aluminum, dual compartment, 45° angle
304 stainless steel, single compartment ➁
Cast aluminum, dual compartment, 12-foot remote
304 stainless steel, single compartment, 12-foot remote ➀
CONDUIT CONNECTION
0
1
4
7
0
5
3
⁄4" NPT
M20
1
⁄2" NPT ➂
➀ Not available with Model 7xH Probe
➁ Only available with conduit connection code 4
➂ Not available with explosion proof Mounting/Classification
codes 3, 4, C, D.
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8.2
Probe
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
7E
7M
ECLIPSE GWR probe, English unit of measure
ECLIPSE GWR probe, Metric unit of measure
CONFIGURATION/STYLE
F
Hygienic Single Rod (with PTFE seal)
H
Hygienic Single Rod (with O-Ring seal)
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION
E
G
H
Hygienic, 316L stainless steel (15 Ra EP finish)
Hygienic, AL6XN stainless steel (15 Ra EP finish)
Hygienic, Hastelloy C22 (15 Ra EP finish)
PROCESS CONNECTION SIZE/TYPE
HYGIENIC FLANGE CONNECTIONS
3
2P
3P
4P
5P
6P
9P
⁄4" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange (only available with 3rd digit F)
1" or 11⁄2" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
2" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
3" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
4" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
21⁄2" Tri-Clover® type, 16 AMP Hygienic Flange
O-RINGS
1
EPDM (only available with 3rd digit H)
C
Viton® GF (only available with 3rd digit H)
None (only available with 3rd digit F)
N
Insertion Length
Hygienic Flange
LENGTH
24 to 240 inches (60 to 610 cm) ➀
(unit of measure is determined by second digit of Model Number)
Examples: 24 inches = 024; 60 centimeters = 060
➀ Contact factory for applications requiring probe
lengths less than 24" (60 cm).
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9.0
Dry Calibration Procedure
9.1
Calibration Verification
9.1.1 Wet Calibration Verification of ECLIPSE
Calibration verification of a transmitter and probe in a vessel is very expensive and time consuming. The vessel must
be taken out of service and WFI water is typically metered
into the vessel through a high accuracy mass flow meter or
other device such as load cells. WFI water is expensive, typically on the order of $1.00 per liter and the filling and filling/emptying of a typical processing vessel and strapping of
a transmitter could take upwards of 6 to 8 hours.
9.1.2 Dry Calibration Verification of ECLIPSE
An economical alternative to wet calibration is to perform
dry calibration verification on a GWR transmitter on a test
bench in the metrology lab. Calibration verification is often
performed by one person in less than 20 minutes!
9.1.3 Dry Calibration Verification Bench
A Dry Calibration Verification Bench can be manufactured
by the user or purchased through MAGNETROL. The part
number for a Magnetrol Dry Calibration Verification Bench
is P/N 89-7910-002.
The MAGNETROL Dry Calibration Verification Bench
consists of a transmitter mounting stand, sectioned probes,
and movable target.
NOTE: Transmitter NOT necessary or included with the test stand.
Use the existing transmitter under test.
Target
Segmented Probe
Stand
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9.2
Procedure to Verify Calibration of ECLIPSE
A probe is required for a test bench that is as long as the
longest probe installed in the field. The probe must be of
the same type as in the field.
9.2.1 Initial Baseline Verification of ECLIPSE
The probe and transmitter are calibrated on the actual vessel
in the field. This is normally done by metering in specific
volumes or mass of WFI water through a precision mass
flow meter and “strapping” the transmitter and probe to
that metered quantity. For example, assume that the probe
and transmitter is successfully calibrated in the field to 0 to
100% equals 4 to 20 mA equals 0 to 90 cm equals 0 to 500
liters.
Immediately after that wet calibration, dismount the electronics from the probe, leave the probe in the vessel and
install the transmitter electronics on the test bench probe.
Note: For any Calibration Verification, changes to the transmitter
configurations (sensitivity for example) are NOT permitted!
Begin by positioning the target at specific positions on the
bench probe as determined by predetermined marks on the
probe or as measured by a laser. Write down the output as
displayed on the transmitter. The target is then moved to
the second mark or position on the test rod as measured by
a laser and the reading on the transmitter is noted. This
procedure is continued for the length of the rod. When the
final point on the test rod is measured and documented, the
electronics can be removed from the test bench and mounted back on the original vessel in the field.
9.2.2 Subsequent Calibration Verification
Periodic calibration verification is required per
21CFR211.68(a). Each licensed facility will have a frequency of calibration verification documented in their SOP’s.
For subsequent calibration verifications, the transmitter is
removed from the probe and the probe remains in the vessel
to prevent breach of vessel sterility. The transmitter is then
placed on the dry calibration verification bench probe. The
Initial Calibration Verification Document is retrieved for
comparison. The target is paced at the first mark, as documented on the Initial Calibration Verification sheet and the
transmitter reading is taken and written down on the sheet
next to the appropriate level mark. This procedure is completed for each initial level mark. The results for initial verses “today” are compared. If the accuracies are within the
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required range, as determined by the User Requirement
Specification (URS), the transmitter passes calibration verification and can be reinstalled on the process.
If the transmitter under test fails calibration verification, the
transmitter must be installed on the vessel and the
probe/transmitter must undergo a complete wet calibration.
After a successful wet calibration is completed, the transmitter should be removed and taken to the dry calibration verification bench where a NEW Initial Baseline Verification
must be performed. The old Initial Baseline Verification is
now invalid as adjustments have been made to the transmitter during wet calibration.
9.3
Sample Calibration Verification Document
If the accuracy is inside has limits “URS” (User
Requirement Specifications), the ECLIPSE passes.
NOTE: The accuracy required is the accuracy required per the
URS – NOT the standard accuracy of ECLIPSE!
Frequency of calibration verification is determined based on
experience, process conditions, and criticality of the measurement.
Mark8 (90 cm)
Mark9 (110 cm)
Mark10 (110 cm)
Mark11 (120 cm)
INITIAL 2012
0
0
0
0
0
0
25,2 liter
45,7 liter
0,1 liter
25,1 liter
45,8 liter
Mark19 (180 cm)
Mark20 (190 cm)
Mark21 (200 cm)
Certified
Date
475,3 liter
500,2 liter
500,2 liter
Miller
11.1.2010
475 liter
500,0 liter
500,0 liter
Smith
15.1.2011
Mark1 (0 cm)
Mark2 (10 cm)
2013
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2
6
1
3
4
5
7
9
8
13
10
11
50
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
PARTS
INSULATOR BUSHING
HF ADAPTER
CENTER PIN
WASHER
SPACER
O-RING
HOUSING SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
FLANGE ASSEMBLY
O-RING
O-RING
PROBE SHAFT
VINYL FLANGE COVER
DESCRIPTION
SANITARY PROBE
10. Hygienic Probe Rebuild Procedure
10.1 Model 7xH
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6
8
9
10
7
1
4
12
11
3
2
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PARTS
ADAPTER ASSEMBLY
PROBE ROD
WASHER (FOR 3" AND LARGER ONLY)
KEY
LOCKNUT
INSULATING BUSHING
WAVE SPRING
CENTER PIN
WASHER
PROCESS SEAL
PTFE INSERT
PTFE KEY INSERT
DESCRIPTION
SANITARY PROBE
10.2 Model 7xF-E
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Configuration Data Sheet
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Item
Vessel Name
Vessel #
Process Medium
Tag #
Electronics Serial #
Probe Serial #
Level
Volume (optional)
Interface (optional)
Interface Volume (opt.)
Probe Model
Probe Mount
Measurement Type
Level Units
Probe Length
Level Offset
Volume Units (opt.)
Strapping Table (opt.)
Dielectric
Sensitivity
Loop Control
4mA point
20mA point
Damping
Blocking Distance
Safety Zone Fault
Safety Zone Height
Safety Zone Alarm
Fault Choice
Threshold
Interface Threshold
HART Poll Address
Level Trim
Trim 4mA
Trim 20mA
Level Ticks
Interface Ticks (opt.)
<Software Version>
HF cable
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Value
Value
Value
TROUBLESHOOTING
Working Value
Non-Working Value
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Configuration Data Sheet
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Item
Value
Value
Value
TROUBLESHOOTING
Working Value
Non-Working Value
FidTicks
FidSprd
Fid Type
Fid Gain
Window
Conv Fct
Scl Ofst
Neg Ampl
Pos Ampl
Signal
Compsate
DrateFct
Targ Ampl
Targ Tks
Targ Cal
OperMode
7xKCorr
ElecTemp
Max Temp
Min Temp
SZ Hyst
Name
Date
Time
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Strapping Table Data Sheet
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Strapping Table Point
Level Reading
Volume
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Appendix A: GWR – Emitted Energy
The ECLIPSE Model 705 far exceeds the OSHA health and
safety requirements for nonionizing radiation. OSHA
Standard 29 CFR 1910.97 covers nonionization radiation.
Secetion (a)(2)(i) states:
“For normal environmental conditions and for incident electromagnetic energy of frequencies from 10 MHz to 100 GHz, the
radiation protection guide is 10 mW/cm2 (milliwats per square
centimeter) as averaged over any possible 0.1–hour period.”
The ECLIPSE signal is within this frequency range. No signals are intentionally radiated away from the probe.
ECLIPSE complies with FCC Part 15, Subpart B as an
unintentional radiator. It is authorized under the verfication
process.
Under the authorization process, the emissions of ECLIPSE
must be within the limits listed in the table in section
15.109(a). The highest field strength listed in the table 500
µV/m (microvolts per meter) at 3 meters. ECLIPSE has a
0.1% duty cycle. For a worst case calculation, let us assume
a 100% duty cycle. This assumption correlates to the
ECLIPSE generating a continuous signal for 0.1 hours.
Field strength is related to power density by the equation:
Power density - (field strength2/(the impedance of air in free
space), where the impedance of air in free space is 377
ohms.
The result is power density of 0.066 pW/cm2 (picowatts per
square centimeter) at 3 meters or 6.4 pW/cm2 at one foot.
These values are from the one billion to ten billion times
smaller than the OSHA guideline. For a 0.1% duty cycle,
these numbers become even smaller by a factor of 1000.
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Appendix B: Indexing Bent GWR
Probes in Vessels
ECLIPSE Hygienic GWR probes are often bent to avoid
obstructions in a vessel or to position the tip of the probe at
the heel of a vessel in order to measure as low in the vessel
as possible. An illustration of a bent probe in a tulip tank is
shown below:
When the ECLIPSE transmitter is configured and calibrated to measure volume, it is important to assure that, if the
probe is removed from the vessel and then reinserted into
the vessel, the probe is positioned exactly as it was when
originally calibrated. Any rotation of the bent probe may
significantly affect the calibration of the instrument. Note
that rotation of a straight probe does NOT affect calibration.
We recommend either of two methods to index the bent
probe in a vessel so that the calibration will be preserved:
Match-Marking or Positioning Pin. Both methods are
described below.
Match-Marking
Match-Marking is the marking of the GWR probe process
connection in relationship to the vessel ferrule that it is
mounted in. After the probe is properly bent for the specific
vessel, the probe is properly positioned in the vessel. Before
the clamp is placed on the ferrule/probe joint, the ferrule on
the vessel and the ferule on the GWR probe process connection are match-marked.
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The easiest way to achieve the match-mark is to make a vertical mark on both the vessel ferrule and the GWR probe
process adapter. This mark can be something as simple as a
permanent Magic Marker line or a vertical chisel mark. In
either case, the indexing mark will match the alignment of
the bent probe within a vessel. Should the bent GWR probe
subsequently be removed or the position changed, it would
be easy to realign both marks to position the probe to the
original geometry.
Pin Positioning
During fabrication of the vessel, a ring is welded near the
vessel ferrule. The GWR probe is then bent to the required
geometry and is inserted into the vessel. After the ferrule
clamp is installed, the probe is calibrated to read volume.
When the calibration is complete and before removing the
clamp, an indexing rod is bent to fit into the ring retainer
and positioned against the process adapter of the probe. A
temporary mark is then made on the probe process adapter.
The probe is then removed from the vessel and disassembled to remove the parts within the probe process adapter so
that these parts are not melted during the welding of the
rod to the process adapter. After welding the indexing rod
onto the probe process adapter, the internals of the probe
are reassembled once the process adapter is cool. See sketch
below:
Rod welded to
process adapter
Ring welded to
vessel
Note that if the probe process adapter is disassembled, the
parts must be reassembled correctly and torqued to specifications.
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Appendix C: Segmented Probes
Stainless Steel Housing with Model 7xH Hygienic probe
ECLIPSE Model 705 transmitter in a 304 SS housing for use in a variety of hygienic applications.
0.5-inch diameter 316L SS probe with a 15Ra MAX surface finish is available with lengths up to 244"
and with Tri-Clover ® type connection sizes from 1" through 4".
In addition, a 0.25-inch diameter 316L SS probe with 15Ra MAX surface finish is available with
lengths up to 72" and with a 3⁄4" Tri-Clover ® type connection.
11⁄2" Hygienic Connection with bend
316L SS probes can be bent to avoid internal obstructions such as agitator blades and spray balls, and to
ensure lowest possible level detection.
3
⁄4" Hygienic Connection without bend
0.25-inch diameter probes suitable for use in smaller
vessels where space is at a premium. Available in
lengths up to 72 inches.
Segmented Hygienic Probe
Segmented probes are available should the probe be
inserted or removed with limited headroom above the
vessel (segmented lengths are specified by the customer). Contact the factory for details.
Aluminum Dual Compartment Housing
ECLIPSE Model 705 transmitter is available with an
industrial dual compartment aluminum housing.
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ASSURED QUALITY & SERVICE COST LESS
Service Policy
Return Material Procedure
Owners of MAGNETROL 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 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 a MAGNETROL local representative or by
contacting the factory. Please supply the following
information:
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.
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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.
ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar transmitters may be protected by one or more of the following U.S.
Patent Nos. US 6,626,038; US 6,640,629; US 6,642,807. May depend on model.
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