57-606.5 Eclipse706 IO

HART® Installation and Operating
Manual for Eclipse® Model 706
Software Version 1.x
High Performance,
4th Generation
Guided Wave Radar
Level Transmitter
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.
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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 © 2016 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.
Eclipse® Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
Table of Contents
1.0 QuickStart Installation
1.1 Getting Started..........................................................5
1.1.1 Equipment and Tools .....................................5
1.1.2 Configuration Information.............................6
1.2 QuickStart Mounting................................................7
1.2.1 Probe..............................................................7
1.2.2 Transmitter.....................................................7
1.3 QuickStart Wiring ....................................................8
1.4 QuickStart Configuration .........................................8
1.4.1 QuickStart Menu Options ...........................10
1.4.1.1 QuickStart Numerical Data Entry.........11
2.0 Complete Installation
2.1 Unpacking ..............................................................12
2.2 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Handling Procedure ................................................12
2.3 Before You Begin.....................................................13
2.3.1 Site Preparation ............................................13
2.3.2 Equipment and Tools ...................................13
2.3.3 Operational Considerations..........................13
2.4 Mounting................................................................14
2.4.1 Installing a Coaxial Probe.............................14
2.4.1.1 To install a coaxial probe .......................15
2.4.2 Installing a Segmented Coaxial Probes .........15
2.4.3 Installing a Caged Probe...............................16
2.4.3.1 To install a caged probe .........................16
2.4.4 Installing a Single Rod Probe .......................17
2.4.4.1 To install a rigid single rod probe ..........18
2.4.4.2 To install a flexible single rod probe
for liquids ..............................................18
2.4.4.3 To install a flexible single rod probe
for solids................................................19
2.4.5 Installing a Twin Flexible Probe....................20
2.4.5.1 To install a Model 7y7 standard
flexible twin rod probe ..........................20
2.4.5.2 To install a Model 7y5 bulk solids
flexible twin rod probe ..........................21
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2.4.6 Installing the ECLIPSE Model 706
Transmitter...................................................23
2.4.6.1 Integral Mount ......................................23
2.4.6.2 Remote Mount ......................................23
2.5 Wiring ....................................................................24
2.5.1 General Purpose or Non-Incendive
(CI I, Div 2) ..................................................24
2.5.2 Intrinsically Safe ...........................................25
2.5.3 Explosion Proof............................................25
2.6 Configuration .........................................................26
2.6.1 Bench Configuration....................................26
2.6.2 Menu Traversal and Data Entry....................27
2.6.2.1 Navigating the Menu.............................27
2.6.2.2 Data Selection .......................................27
2.6.2.3 Entering Numeric Data Using
Digit Entry............................................28
2.6.2.4 Entering Numeric Data
Using Increment/Decrement .................28
2.6.2.5 Entering Character Data........................29
2.6.3 Password Protection .....................................29
2.6.4 Model 706 Menu: Step-By-Step Procedure ..30
2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu —
Device Setup ................................................32
2.7 Configuration Using HART® ..................................38
2.7.1 Connections .................................................38
2.7.2 HART Communicator Display ....................38
2.7.3 HART Revision Table ..................................38
2.7.4 HART Menu — Model 706 ........................38
3.0 Reference Information
3.1 Transmitter Description ..........................................43
3.2 Theory of Operation...............................................43
3.2.1 Guided Wave Radar .....................................43
3.2.2 Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)............43
3.2.3 Equivalent Time Sampling (ETS).................44
3.2.4 Interface Detection.......................................44
3.2.5 Saturated Steam Applications .......................45
3.2.6 Overfill Capability........................................46
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3.3 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics ............................46
3.3.1 Diagnostics (Namur NE 107) ......................47
3.3.2 Diagnostic Indication Simulation.................49
3.3.3 Diagnostic Indication Table..........................49
3.3.4 Diagnostic Help ...........................................52
3.3.5 Troubleshooting Application Issues ..............53
3.3.5.1 Model 706 (Dual Element Coaxial or
Twin Flexible probe)..............................53
3.3.5.2 Model 706 (Single Rod Probe) ..............54
3.4 Configuration Information .....................................56
3.4.1 Level Offset Description...............................56
3.4.2 End-of-Probe Analysis ..................................57
3.4.3 Echo Rejection .............................................58
3.4.4 Volumetric Capability ..................................58
3.4.4.1 Configuration using built-in
vessel types ............................................58
3.4.4.2 Configuration using Custom Table........60
3.4.5 Open Channel Flow Capability....................61
3.4.5.1 Configuration using Flume/Weir
Equations ..............................................62
3.4.5.2 Configuration using Generic
Equation................................................63
3.4.5.3 Configuration using Generic
Equation................................................64
3.4.6 Reset Function .............................................65
3.4.7 Additional Diagnostic/Troubleshooting
Capabilities ................................................65
3.4.7.1 Event History ........................................65
3.4.7.2 Context-sensitive Help ..........................65
3.4.7.3 Trend Data ............................................65
3.5 Agency Approvals....................................................66
3.5.1 Agency Specifications
(Special Conditions for use) .........................67
3.5.2 Agency Specifications (XP Installation) ........67
3.5.3 Agency Specifications (IS Installation)..........68
3.5.4 Agency Specifications
(IS, FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Installation) ......69
3.6 Specifications ..........................................................70
3.6.1 Functional/Physical ......................................70
3.6.2 O-ring (Seal) Selection Chart .......................72
3.6.3 Probe Selection Guide ..................................73
3.6.4 Probe Specifications......................................74
3.6.5 Physical Specifications — Transmitter ..........75
3.6.6 Physical Specifications — Coaxial Probes.....76
3.6.7 Physical Specifications — Caged Probes.......77
3.6.8 Physical Specifications —
Single Rod Flexible Probes ...........................78
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3.6.9 Physical Specifications —
Single Rod Rigid Probes...............................79
3.6.10 Physical Specifications —
Twin Rod Flexible Probes.............................79
3.6.11 Power Supply Requirements .........................80
3.6.11.1 Safe Operating Area...............................80
3.6.11.2 Supply Voltage.......................................80
3.7 Model Numbers......................................................81
3.7.1 Transmitter...................................................81
3.7.2 Enlarged Coaxial Probe ................................82
3.7.3 Small Coaxial Probe .....................................84
3.7.4 Caged Probe.................................................86
3.7.5 Single Rod Rigid Probe ................................88
3.7.6 Single Cable Flexible Probe ..........................90
3.7.7 Twin Cable Flexible Probe............................92
3.7.8 Segmented Probe Options............................94
3.8 Parts ........................................................................95
3.8.1 Replacement Parts ........................................95
4.0 Advanced Configuration/Troubleshooting Techniques
4.1 End-of-Probe Analysis (EOPA) ................................97
4.1.1 Enable EOPA using PACTware .....................97
4.1.2 Enable EOPA using keyboard/LCD...............98
4.2 Sloped Threshold .....................................................99
4.3 Echo Rejection .......................................................101
4.4 Buildup Detection..................................................104
4.4.1 Buildup Detection Setup
using PACTware ........................................105
4.4.2 Buildup Detection Setup
using the Keypad........................................106
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1.0
QuickStart Installation
The QuickStart Installation procedures provide an overview
of the key steps required for mounting, wiring, and configuring the ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar level
transmitter. These procedures are intended for more experienced installers of ECLIPSE transmitters (or other electronic level measurement instruments).
Section 2.0, Complete Installation, offers more detailed
installation instructions for the first time user.
WARNING: Overfill-capable probes such as the Model 7yD, 7yG,
7yJ, 7yL, 7yP, or 7yT should be used for all Safety
Shutdown/Overfill applications.
The Model 706 transmitter, when used with an overfill
coaxial or caged probe, is capable of measuring true
liquid level all the way up to the face of the flange or NPT
connection. This is a very unique advantage as compared to other Guided Wave Radar (GWR) devices that
may infer level at the top of the probe when signals are
lost or uncertain. Refer to Section 3.2.6 for additional
information on overfill capability.
Depending on the probe type, all other ECLIPSE probes
should be installed so the maximum overfill level is a
minimum of 6"-12" (150–300 mm) below the flange or
NPT connection. This may include utilizing a nozzle or
spool piece to raise the probe. Consult factory to ensure
proper installation and operation.
1.1
Getting Started
Have the proper equipment, tools, and information
available before beginning the QuickStart Installation
procedures.
1.1.1 Equipment and Tools
• Open-end wrenches (or adjustable wrench) to fit the process
connection size and type.
• Coaxial probe: 11⁄2" (38 mm)
• Twin cable probe: 17⁄8" (47 mm)
• Single rod probe: 17⁄8" (47 mm)
• Transmitter 11⁄2" (38 mm).
• A torque wrench is highly desirable.
• Flat-blade screwdriver
• Cable cutter and 3⁄32" hex wrench (for flexible cable probes
only)
• Digital multimeter or digital volt/ammeter
• 24 VDC power supply, 23 mA minimum
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1.1.2 Configuration Information
To utilize the QuickStart menu available on the
ECLIPSE Model 706, some key information is required
for configuration.
Gather the information and complete the following operating
parameters table before beginning configuration.
NOTES: The QuickStart menu is available for Level Only applications.
1. Refer to Section 2.6.5 for configuration menus for Interface,
Volume or Flow applications.
2. These configuration steps are not necessary if the transmitter
was pre-configured prior to shipment.
Display
Question
Level Units
What units of measurement will be used?
(inches, millimeters, centimeters, feet
or meters)
_____________
Probe Model
What probe model is listed on the
model information?
(first three digits of probe model number) _____________
Probe Mount
Is the probe mounted NPT, BSP,
or flange? (Refer to probe model.)
_____________
What probe length is listed on the
probe model information? (last three
digits of the probe model number)
_____________
The desired level reading when the
liquid is at the tip of the probe. (Refer
to Section 3.4 for more information.)
_____________
Probe Length
Level Offset
Answer
Dielectric Range What is the dielectric constant range
of the process medium?
_____________
4.0 mA
Set Point
What is the 0% reference point for the
4.0 mA value?
_____________
20.0 mA
Set Point
What is the 100% reference point for
the 20.0 mA value?
(Ensure that this value is outside of the
Blocking Distance when utilizing nonoverfill-capable probes.)
_____________
(Does not apply for FounDation fieldbus™)
(Does not apply for FounDation fieldbus™)
Failure Alarm
What output current is desired when
a Failure Indicator is present?
(Does not apply for FounDation fieldbus™)
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1.2
QuickStart Mounting
Ensure that the configuration style and process connection
size/type of the ECLIPSE transmitter and probe matches
the requirements of the installation before continuing with
the QuickStart installation.
For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), confirm the model and
serial numbers shown on the nameplates of the ECLIPSE
probe and transmitter are identical.
NOTES: For applications using the Model 7yS Steam Probe, it is
mandatory to keep the transmitter and probe matched as a set.
(Refer to Section 3.2.5 for additional information regarding saturated steam applications.)
To avoid moisture ingress in the housing, covers should be fully
tightened at all times. For same reason, conduit entries should
be properly sealed.
1.2.1 Probe
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1. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the probe
process connection with the threaded or flanged mounting
on the vessel.
2. Tighten the hex nut of the probe process connection or
flange bolts.
NOTE: Leave the plastic protective cap in place on the probe until you
are ready to install the transmitter. Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this
connection is sealed with a Viton® o-ring.
1.2.2 Transmitter
3. Remove the protective plastic cap from the top of the probe
and store for future use. Make sure the top probe connector
(male connection) is clean and dry. Clean with isopropyl
alcohol and cotton swabs if necessary.
4. Carefully place the transmitter onto the probe. Align the
universal connection at the base of the transmitter housing
with the top of the probe. Only hand-tighten the connection at this point in time.
5. Rotate the transmitter so that it is in the most convenient
position for wiring, configuring and viewing.
6. Using a 11⁄2" (38 mm) wrench, tighten the universal connection on the transmitter 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 turn beyond hand-tight. As
this is a critical connection, a torque wrench is highly
recommended to obtain 45 ft-lbs (60 Nm).
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DO NOT LEAVE HAND-TIGHT.
NOTE: The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter can be supplied with a
universal connector containing lock screws for applications
with significant vibration. Contact the factory for additional
information.
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1.3
QuickStart Wiring
WARNING! Possible explosion hazard. Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off and
the area is known to be non-hazardous.
Black (-)
Red (+)
(+)
NOTE: Ensure that the electrical wiring to the ECLIPSE Model 706
transmitter is complete and in compliance with all local regulations and codes.
(-)
1.4
1. Remove the cover of the upper wiring compartment of the
Model 706 transmitter.
2. Attach a conduit fitting and mount the conduit plug in the
spare opening. Pull the power supply wire through the conduit fitting.
3. If present, connect cable shield to an earth ground at the
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 and tighten the cover.
QuickStart Configuration
If requested, the ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter is
shipped fully pre-configured for the application and can be
installed immediately. Otherwise it is shipped configured
with default values from the factory and can be easily
reconfigured in the shop.
Up
Down
Back
Enter
In or Cm
Probe Mount
20 mA
(100% Point)
Probe Model
Probe Length
Dielectric
of Medium
4 mA Level
(0%-point)
Level Offset
NOTE: A small transition zone (0–12")
(0-300 mm) may exist at the top
and bottom of certain probes.
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The minimum configuration instructions required for using
the QuickStart menu follow. Use the information from the
operating parameters table in Section 1.1.2 before proceeding
with the configuration.
The QuickStart menu offers a very simple two screen
overview showing the basic parameters required for typical
“Level Only” operation.
1. Apply power to the transmitter.
The graphic LCD display can be programmed to change
every 2 seconds to show pertinent Measured Values on the
Home Screen. For example: Level, %Output, and Loop
current can all be displayed on a rotating screen.
The LCD can also be programmed to always show just one
of the Measured Variables at all times. For example: Level
can be the only value displayed on the screen.
2. Remove the lower electronic compartment cover.
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3. The push buttons offer multiple forms of functionality for
menu navigation and data entry. (See Section 2.6 for complete explanation).
➪
STEP 4
UP moves up through the menu or increases a displayed
value.
➪
DOWN moves down through the menu or decreases a
displayed value.
BACK exits a branch of the menu or exits without
accepting entered value.
➪
➪ ENTER enters a branch of the menu or accepts a
displayed entry.
Up
Down
Back
Enter
NOTE: Holding down ENTER when any menu or parameter is highlighted will show help text in reference to that item.
The default User Password = 0. (If a password is requested,
enter it at that time.)
STEP 5
The following configuration entries are the minimum
required for a QuickStart configuration. Refer to figures at
left.
4. Press any key at the Home Screen to access the Main Menu.
5. Press ➪ ENTER with the DEVICE SETUP menu item
highlighted.
6. Press ➪ ENTER with the QUICKSTART menu item
highlighted.
The QuickStart shows the basic parameters, with the
present value of the highlighted parameter shown at the
bottom of the screen.
STEP 6
One can now quickly and easily scroll through the
QuickStart configuration items, changing those parameters
as required:
• Scroll to the parameter to be changed.
• Press ➪ ENTER at the highlighted parameter.
• Scroll to the desired option, then press ➪ ENTER.
• Scroll to next parameter or press
BACK when
finished to exit the QuickStart menu.
➪
Section 1.4.1 lists and describes the nine parameters in the
QuickStart menu.
7. After making all of the necessary changes in the QuickStart
menu, press the BACK button three times to return to the
Home Screen.
8. The QuickStart configuration is complete. If properly configured, the Model 706 transmitter is measuring level and is
ready for service.
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1.4.1 QuickStart Menu Options
Level Units
Probe Model
Select the Units of measurement for the level readout:
• Inches
• Feet
• Millimeters
• Centimeters
• Meters
Select the Probe Model to be used with Model 706:
(NOTE: All Probe Models may not be available depending on the firmware version.)
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Probe Mount
7YD Coaxial High Temperature High Pressure
7YF Single Rod for installation onto tanks
7YG Single Rod for installation into cages
7YH Single Hygienic (Future)
7YJ Single High Temperature High Pressure for cages
7YL Single Rod High Pressure for cages
7YM Single Rod High Pressure for tanks
7YN Single Rod High Temperature High Pressure for tanks
7YP Coaxial High Pressure
7YS Coaxial Steam
7YT Coaxial Standard
7YV Coax High Vibration (Future)
7Y1 Single Flexible Standard
7Y2 Single Flexible Bulk Solids
7Y3 Single Flexible Standard High Temperature High Pressure
7Y5 Twin Flexible Bulk Solids
7Y6 Single Flexible High Temperature High Pressure for Cages
7Y7 Twin Flexible with FEP Coating
Select the type of Probe Mounting to the vessel:
(NOTE: All Probe Mount options may not be available depending on the firmware version).
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NPT (National Pipe Thread)
BSP (British Standard Pipe)
Flange (ANSI or DIN)
NPT with Flushing Connection
BSP with Flushing Connection
Flange with Flushing Connection
Hygienic
Enter the exact Probe Length as printed on the probe nameplate. Probe Length is shown
as the last three digits of the Probe Model number. Range is 12 inches to 100 feet (30 cm
to 30 meters) probe dependent. Refer to Section 1.4.1.1.
Level Offset
Enter the desired level reading when the liquid is at the end of the probe. Range is -25 feet
to 75 feet (-762 cm to 22 meters). Refer to Section 3.4 for further information. (With default
Level Offset = 0, all measurements are referenced from the bottom of the probe.)
Dielectric Range
Enter the Dielectric Range for the material to be measured.
Below 1.7 (Light Hydrocarbons like Propane and Butane)
1.7 to 3.0 (Most typical hydrocarbons)
3.0 to 10 (Varying dielectric, for example: mixing tanks)
Above 10 (Water-based media)
HART Only
Probe Length
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4 mA Set Point
(LRV)
Enter the level value (0%-point) for the 4 mA point. Lower Range Value (LRV).
Refer to Section 1.4.1.1.
20 mA Set Point
(URV)
Enter the level value (100%-point) for the 20 mA point. Upper Range Value (URV).
Refer to Section 1.4.1.1.
Failure Alarm
Enter the desired output state when a Failure Indicator is active.
• 22 mA
• 3.6 mA
• Hold (Hold last value is not recommended)
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1.4.1.1 QuickStart Numerical Data Entry
➪
To make numerical entry changes to Probe Length and
Level Offset:
UP moves up to the next highest digit (0,1,2,3,....,9 or
the decimal point).
If held down the digits scroll until the push button is
released.
➪
DOWN moves up to the next lowest digit (0,1,2,3,....,9
or the decimal point). If held down the digits scroll until
the push button is released.
BACK moves the cursor to the left and deletes a digit.
If the cursor is already at the leftmost position, then the
screen is exited without changing the previously saved
value.
➪
➪ ENTER Moves the cursor to the right. If the cursor is
located at a blank character position, the new value is
saved.
Scrolling further DOWN in the QuickStart menu results in
the remaining parameters appearing one by one, with the
present highlighted value shown at the bottom of the
screen.
BACK returns to the previous menu without changing
the original value, which is immediately redisplayed.
➪
➪ ENTER accepts the displayed value and returns to the
previous menu.
Negative values can be entered by highlighting the “+” sign
shown prior to the number, then pressing UP to change it
to show “-”.
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2.0
Complete Installation
This section provides detailed procedures for properly
installing, wiring, and configuring the ECLIPSE Model 706
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
For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), confirm the model and
serial numbers shown on the nameplates of the ECLIPSE
probe and transmitter are identical.
NOTES: For applications using the Model 7yS Steam Probe, it is
mandatory to keep the transmitter and probe matched as a set.
(Refer to section 3.2.5 for additional information regarding saturated steam applications.)
To avoid moisture ingress in the housing, covers should be fully
tightened at all times. For same reason, conduit entries should
be properly sealed.
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.
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.
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• 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.
2.3
Before You Begin
2.3.1 Site Preparation
Each ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter/probe is built to
match the physical specifications of the required installation. Ensure that the probe process connection is correct for
the threaded or flanged mounting on the vessel where the
transmitter will be placed. See Mounting, Section 2.4.
Ensure that all local, state, and federal regulations and
guidelines are observed. See Wiring, Section 2.5.
Ensure that the wiring between the power supply and
ECLIPSE transmitter is complete and correct for the type
of installation. See Specifications, Section 3.6.
2.3.2 Equipment and Tools
No special equipment or tools are required to install the
ECLIPSE transmitter. The following items are recommended:
• Open-end wrenches (or adjustable wrench) to fit the process
connection size and type.
• Coaxial probe: 11⁄2" (38 mm)
• Twin cable probe: 17⁄8" (47 mm)
• Single Rod probe: 17⁄8" (47 mm)
• Transmitter 11⁄2" (38 mm)
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•
•
•
A torque wrench is highly desirable.
Flat-blade screwdriver
Cable cutter and 3⁄32" hex wrench (for flexible cable probes
only)
Digital multimeter or digital volt/ammeter
24 VDC power supply, 23 mA minimum
2.3.3 Operational Considerations
Operating specifications vary based on probe model
number. See Specifications, Section 3.6.
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2.4 Mounting
An ECLIPSE Model 706 GWR probe can be mounted on
to a tank using a variety of process connections. Generally,
either a threaded or flanged connection is used. For information about the sizes and types of connections available,
see Probe Model Numbers, Section 3.7.2.
Do Not Insulate
Above This Point
Mounting
Flange
Insulation
Region
7" (175 mm)
NOTE: Do not place insulating material around any part of the
ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter as this may cause excessive
heat buildup. The figure to the left shows an example of properly installed insulation. Insulation is critical in high temperature
applications where condensation can occur at the top of the
probe.
Ensure that 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 to confirm that the ECLIPSE
probe is correct for the intended installation.
Model 7yS Probe
WARNING! Overfill-capable probes such as the Model 7yD, 7yG,
7yJ, 7yL, 7yP, or 7yT should be used for all Safety
Shutdown/Overfill applications.
The Model 706 transmitter, when used with an overfill
coaxial or caged probe, is capable of measuring true
liquid level to within specification all the way up to the
face of the flange or NPT connection. This is a very
unique advantage as compared to other Guided Wave
Radar (GWR) devices that may infer level at the top of the
probe when signals are lost or uncertain. Refer to Section
3.2.6 for additional information on overfill capability.
All other ECLIPSE probes should be installed so the
maximum overfill level is a minimum of 6" (150 mm)
below the flange or NPT connection. This may include
utilizing a nozzle or spool piece to raise the probe.
Consult factory to ensure proper installation and operation.
WARNING! Do not disassemble probe when in service and under
pressure.
NOTE: Models 7yD, 7yJ, 7yL, 7yM, 7yN, 7yP and 7yS High
Temperature/High Pressure probes (containing a glass ceramic
alloy process seal) should be handled with extra care. Only
handle these probes by the flanges or NPT connections.
2.4.1 Installing a Coaxial Probe
(Models 7yD, 7yP, 7yS, and 7yT)
Before installing, ensure that:
• The model and serial numbers shown on the nameplates of
the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical. For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), transmitters and probes
should be installed as a matched set.
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NOTE: For applications using the Model 7yS Steam Probe, it is
mandatory to keep the transmitter and probe matched as a
set. Refer to Section 3.2.5 for additional information regarding
saturated steam applications.
①
②
• Probe has adequate room for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, and viscosity are
within the probe specifications for the installation. See
Specifications, Section 3.6.
④
③
2.4.1.1 To install a coaxial probe:
1. Ensure that the process connection is the correct threaded
or flanged mounting.
2. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Properly align the
gasket on flanged installations.
3. Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
4. For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
NOTE: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe.
NOTE: Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this connection is sealed by a Viton®
o-ring.
2.4.2 Installing a Segmented Coaxial Probe
1.
2.
3.
4.
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1. Use the large installation plate with the 1.88" slot (provided
with the order) to hold the lower section of the outer tube.
Using two 2" wrenches, tighten couplings. Threads will be
self-locking.
Repeat for the second outer tube section.
2. Use the smaller installation plate to hold the lower section
of the extension shaft, resting one of the spacers on the
plate. Using two 1⁄2" wrenches, tighten extension shaft
coupling. Secure with set screws.
Repeat for the second extension shaft section.
3. Using two 1⁄2" wrenches, attach the middle extension shaft
segment to the top segment (built into the probe head).
The flange gasket should be in place before assembling this
joint. It may be taped to the probe flange to hold it out of
the way.
4. Remove the smaller installation plate from the extension
shaft and assemble the middle outer tube segment to the
coupling on the probe head. Remove the large installation
plate, and assemble the flanges.
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2.4.3 Installing a Caged Probe
Models 7yG, 7yL and 7yJ
Before installing, ensure that the:
• The model and serial numbers shown on the nameplates of
the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical. For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), transmitters and probes
should be installed as a matched set.
• Probe has adequate room for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, and viscosity are
within the probe specifications for the installation. See
Specifications, Section 3.6.
NOTE: Model 7yL and 7yJ probes (High Pressure/High Temperature
probes (containing a glass ceramic alloy process seal) should
be handled with extra care. Only handle these probes by the
flanges or NPT connection. Do not lift probes by the shaft.
2.4.3.1 To install a caged probe:
1. Ensure that the process connection is the correct flanged
mounting.
2. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Properly align the
gasket on flanged installations.
NOTE: A metallic gasket must be used to ensure an adequate
electrical connection between the probe flange and the cage
(chamber). This connection is critical to obtain true overfill
performance.
3. Align the probe process connection flanged mounting on
the cage.
4. Tighten flange bolts.
NOTES: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe.
Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this connection is sealed by a Viton®
o-ring.
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2.4.4 Installing a Single Rod Probe
Rigid Models 7yF, 7yG, 7yJ, 7yL, 7yM and 7yN
Flexible Models 7y1, 7y2, 7y3 and 7y6
Before installing, ensure that the:
• The model and serial numbers shown on the nameplates of
the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical. For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), transmitters and probes
should be installed as a matched set.
• Probe has adequate room for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, and viscosity are
within the probe specifications for the installation. See
Specifications, Section 3.6.
A
B
1.
•
•
2.
3.
•
•
For standard Non-Overfill-Capable Single Rod probes
installed directly into a vessel:
Ensure that the nozzle does not restrict performance by
ensuring the following:
Nozzle is > 2" (50mm) diameter.
Ratio of Diameter: Length (A:B) 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 RANGE adjustment.
No pipe reducers (restrictions) are used.
Probe is kept away from conductive objects to ensure proper
performance.
See Probe Clearance Table below. A lower gain (increase in
DIELECTRIC RANGE setting) may be necessary to ignore
certain objects
This table is only a recommendation. These distances can
be improved by optimizing the transmitter configuration
with PACTware™.
Distance
to Probe
Acceptable Objects
<6" (15 cm)
Continuous, smooth, parallel conductive surface, for example a metal tank wall; important
that probe does not touch wall
>6" (15 cm)
<1" (25 mm) diameter pipe and beams,
ladder rungs
>12" (30 cm)
<3" (75 mm) diameter pipe and beams,
concrete walls
>18" (46 cm) All remaining objects
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2.4.4.1 To install a rigid single rod probe:
➀
➁
1. Ensure that the process connection is at least 1" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
2. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
3. Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
4. For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
5. When mounted directly into vessels, the probe can be stabilized by placing the tip of the probe into a non-metallic cup
or bracket at the bottom of the probe.
➃
➂
➄
➀
➁
A bottom spacer option is offered for mounting into a
metallic cup or bracket or for centering within a pipe/chamber. Refer to Replacement Parts, Section 3.8 for additional
information.
NOTE: If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not remove
the protective cap from the probe. Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this
connection is sealed by a Viton® O-ring.
➃
➂
2.4.4.2 To install a flexible single rod probe for liquids:
➅
➄
1
0.50" (13 mm) Ø
2
4
18
3
1. Make sure the process connection is at least 1" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
2. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
3. Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
4. For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
5. Probe can be shortened in field:
a. Raise TFE weight (1) exposing securing device (2).
b. Loosen both #10–32 set screws (3) using 3⁄32" hex wrench
and remove securing device.
c. Cut and remove needed cable (4) length.
d. Reattach securing device and tighten screws.
e. Enter new probe length (in the appropriate units) into
the transmitter.
6. Probe can be attached to the tank bottom using the 0.50"
(13 mm) hole provided in the TFE weight. Cable tension
should not exceed 50 lbs (23 Kgs).
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2.4.4.3 To install a flexible single rod probe for solids:
The Model 7y2 Single Flexible Bulk Solids probe is
designed for a 3000 lb. (1360 kg) pull-down force for use in
applications such as sand, plastic pellets and grains. It is
offered with a maximum 100 foot (30.5 meter) probe
length.
Model 7y2 Single Rod — dielectric ≥4 probe length dependent.
Applications
• Salts: Dielectric constant 4.0–7.0
• Metallic powder, coal dust: Dielectric constant >7
NOTE: Contact the factory for those applications requiring additional
pull down forces such as cement, heavy gravel, etc.
•
•
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Probe
Length
Mounting recommendations
To reduce forces, utilize the standard 5 lb. (2.3 kg) weight
at the bottom of the probe instead of securing the probe to
the vessel.
Mount the probe at least 12 inches (30 cm) from the wall.
Ideal location is 1⁄4 to 1⁄6 the diameter to average the angle of
repose.
A metal flange must be used when mounting on plastic
vessels.
Ensure the process connection is at least 2" NPT or a
flanged mounting.
Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Align the gasket
on flanged installations.
Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Probe can be shortened in field:
a. Loosen and remove the two cable clamps.
b. Slide the weight off of the probe.
c. Cut the cable to the required length plus 6.5 inches
(165 mm).
d. Slide the weight back on to the probe.
3" ± 1"
(75 mm ± 25 mm)
e. Reinstall the two cable clamps and tighten.
f. Enter the new probe length (in the appropriate level
units) into the transmitter.
Model 7y2 Single Rod
Bulk Solids Probe
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2.4.5 Installing a Twin Flexible Probe
➃➄
➀
➁
➂
(Models 7y5 and 7y7)
Before installing, ensure that the:
• The model and serial numbers shown on the nameplates of
the ECLIPSE probe and transmitter are identical. For optimal performance (and correlation to the Calibration
Certificate included with all units), transmitters and probes
should be installed as a matched set.
• Probe has adequate room for installation and has unobstructed entry to the bottom of the vessel.
• Process temperature, pressure, dielectric, and viscosity are
within the probe specifications for the installation. See
Specifications, Section 3.6.
➅
➅
Nozzles:
1
0.50" (13 mm) Ø
3
2
4
Active Rod
Twin Cable Probe
end view
The 7y5 and 7y7 Twin Flexible probes may be susceptible
to objects that are in close proximity. The following rules
should be followed for proper application:
1. Nozzles should be 3" (DN80) diameter or larger.
2. Twin Rod flexible probes should be installed such that the
active cable is >1" (25 mm) from metallic objects such as
pipes, ladders, etc.
(A bare tank wall parallel to the probe is acceptable).
2.4.5.1 To install a Model 7y7 standard flexible twin rod
probe:
1. Ensure that the process connection is the correct threaded
or flanged mounting.
2. Ensure that there is at least 1" (25 mm) spacing between
the active probe rod and any part of the tank (walls, stillwell, pipes, support beams, mixer blades, etc.)
The minimum stillwell diameter for Twin Flexible probe
is 3" (DN80).
NOTE: Optional spacers are available to keep the cable centered
within the stillwell. Contact factory for details.
3. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Properly align the
gasket on flanged installations.
4. Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
5. For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Twin Flexible Probe
with Optional Spacer
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Model 7y7 Twin Flexible probes contain a TFE weight at
the bottom. This TFE weight has a 0.5" (13mm) hole in it
that can be used to “u-bolt” to the bottom of the vessel or
hang additional weight (up to 100 lbs. [45 Kg.]) to it. This
may be necessary in turbulent applications to limit movement of the probe within the vessel.
➅
1
Twin Flexible Probes can be shortened in the field:
6. a. Raise the Teflon TFE weight (1) to expose the two securing devices (2).
b. Loosen the two #10-32 set screws (3) on both securing
devices using a 3⁄32" hex wrench and slide the securing
devices off of the probe.
c. Slide the TFE weight off of the probe.
d. Cut and remove the required cable (4) length.
e. Remove 31⁄2" (90 mm) of the rib between the two cables.
f. Strip 5⁄8" (16 mm) of coating from the two cables.
g. Slide the TFE weight back on to the probe.
h. Re-attach the securing device and tighten screws.
i. Enter new probe length (in the appropriate Level Units)
into the transmitter.
0.50" (13 mm) Ø
3
2
4
NOTES:
1) If the transmitter is to be installed at a later time, do not
remove the protective cap from the probe.
2) Do not use sealing compound or TFE tape on probe connection to transmitter as this connection is sealed by a
Viton® O-ring.
2.4.5.2 To install a Model 7Y5 bulk solids flexible twin rod
probe:
The Model 7Y5 bulk solids probe is designed for a 3000 lb.
(1360 kg) pull-down force for use in applications such as
sand, plastic pellets and grains. It is offered with a maximum 100-foot (30-meter) probe length.
Model 7Y5 Twin Rod — dielectric ≥ 1.8 probe length
dependent.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Applications
Plastic pellets, sugar: Dielectric constant 1.9–2.0
Grain, seeds, sand: Dielectric constant 2.0–3.0
Salts: Dielectric constant 4.0–7.0
Metallic powder, coal dust: Dielectric constant >7
NOTE: Contact the factory for those applications requiring addition
pull down forces such as cement, heavy gravel, etc.
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Probe
Length
3" ± 1"
(75 mm ± 25 mm)
Model 7y5 Dual Rod
Bulk Solids Probe
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Mounting recommendations
• To reduce forces, utilize the standard 5 lb. (2.3 kg) stainless
steel weight at the bottom of the probe instead of securing
the probe to the vessel.
• Mount the probe at least 12 inches from the wall. Ideal
location is 1⁄4 to 1⁄6 the diameter to average the angle of
repose.
• A metal flange must be used when mounting on plastic
vessels.
1. Ensure that the process connection is the correct threaded
or flanged mounting.
2. Make sure that there is at least 1" (25 mm) spacing between
the active cable and any part of the tank (walls, stillwell,
pipes, support beams, mixer blades, etc.)
3. Carefully place the probe into the vessel. Properly align the
gasket on flanged installations.
4. Align the probe process connection with the threaded or
flanged mounting on the vessel.
5. For threaded connections, tighten the hex nut of the probe
process connection. For flanged connections, tighten flange
bolts.
Bulk Solids Twin Flexible probes can be shortened in the field:
6. a. Loosen and remove the two cable clamps.
b. Slide the weight off of the probe.
c. Cut the cable to the required length.
d. Remove 12 inches (30 cm) of the rib between the two
cables.
e. Strip 9 inches (23 cm) of coating from the two cables.
f. Slide the weight back on to the probe so that there is 8.5
inches (21 cm) from top of weight to the end of the
cables.
g. Reinstall the two cable clamps and tighten.
h. Enter new probe length (in the appropriate Level Units)
into the transmitter.
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2.4.6 Installing the ECLIPSE Model 706 Transmitter
The transmitter can be ordered for installation in three configurations;
1) As an Integral version, mounted directly on to the probe.
2) As a Remote version, with the transmitter separated from
the probe by a distance of 3 feet (84 cm).
3) As a Remote version, with the transmitter separated from
the probe by a distance of 12 feet (366 cm).
NOTE Due to their extra weight, remote mounted transmitter Model
Number 706-xxxx-x2x is recommended for:
• All applications utilizing the cast 316 SS enclosure
• Those applications having potential vibration
2.4.6.1 Integral Mount
¡
1. 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.
2. Place the transmitter on the probe. Do not allow the gold
pin in the high frequency connector or the gold socket on
the probe to get dirty.
3. Align the universal connection at the base of the transmitter
housing with the top of the probe. Only hand-tighten the
connection at this time.
4. Rotate the transmitter to face the most convenient direction
for wiring, configuration, and viewing.
5. When the transmitter is facing the desired direction, use a
11⁄2" 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.
√
¿
¬
ƒ
2.4.6.2 Remote Mount
1. Mount the transmitter/remote bracket as an assembly within
33" or 144" (84 or 366 cm) of the probe. DO NOT
REMOVE TRANSMITTER FROM THE MOUNTING
BRACKET.
2. 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.
3. Align the universal connection at the end of the remote
assembly with the top of the probe. Using a 11⁄2" wrench,
tighten the universal connection on the transmitter to 45 ftlbs (60 Nm). A torque wrench is highly recommended. This
is a critical connection. DO NOT LEAVE HAND-TIGHT.
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U-bolts not included
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2.5
Wiring
Caution: HART versions of the ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter
operate at voltages of 11–36 VDC, FOUNDATION fieldbus
versions operate at 9–17.5 VDC, and Modbus versions
operate at 8–30 VDC. Higher voltages will damage the
transmitter.
Wiring connections between the power supply and the
ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter should be made using
18–22 AWG shielded twisted pair instrument cable.
Connections are made to the terminal strip and the
ground connections within the top enclosure compartment.
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)
A general purpose installation does not have flammable
media present.
Black (-)
Areas rated Non-Incendive (Cl I, Div. 2) have flammable
media present only under abnormal conditions.
Red (+)
No special electrical connections are required.
(+)
(-)
Caution: If flammable media is contained in the vessel, the transmitter must be installed per Class I, Div 1 standards of
area classification.
1.
Wiring Diagram
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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To install General Purpose or Non-Incendive wiring:
Remove the cover from the wiring compartment of the
transmitter. Install the conduit plug in the unused opening
and use PTFE tape/sealant to ensure a liquid-tight connection.
Install a conduit fitting and pull the supply wires.
Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw (not shown in illustration).
Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (-) terminal. (The recommended torque on terminal block screws is 7–10 in-lbs.)
Replace and tighten the cover to the transmitter wiring
compartment before applying power.
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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 to limit the available energy out to the hazardous area.
See Agency Drawing – Intrinsically Safe Installation,
Section 3.5.2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
To install Intrinsically Safe wiring:
Ensure that the IS barrier is properly installed in the safe
area (refer to local plant or facility procedures). Complete
the wiring from the power supply to the barrier and from
the barrier to the ECLIPSE transmitter.
Remove the cover from the wiring compartment of the
transmitter. Install the conduit plug in the unused opening
and use PTFE tape/sealant to ensure a liquid-tight
connection.
Install a conduit fitting and pull the supply wires.
Connect shield to an earth ground at power supply.
Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw (not shown in illustration).
Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (-) terminal. (The recommended torque on terminal block screws is 7–10 in-lbs.)
Replace and tighten the cover to the wiring compartment
of the transmitter before applying power.
2.5.3 Explosion Proof
Explosion Proof (also referred to as XP or flameproof ) is
another method of designing equipment for installation
into 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 3.5.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.6
To install an Explosion Proof transmitter:
Install Explosion Proof conduit from the safe area to the
conduit connection of the ECLIPSE transmitter (refer to
local plant or facility procedures).
Remove the cover from the wiring compartment of the
transmitter.
Connect shield to an earth ground at the power supply.
Connect an earth ground wire to the nearest green ground
screw per local electrical code (not shown in illustration).
Connect the positive supply wire to the (+) terminal and
the negative supply wire to the (-) terminal. (The recommended torque on terminal block screws is 7–10 in-lbs.)
Replace and tighten the cover to the wiring compartment
of the transmitter before applying power.
Configuration
Although the ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter can be
delivered pre-configured from the factory, it can also be
easily reconfigured in the shop or at the installation using
the local LCD/Keypad or PACTware/DTM. 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 any transmitter, collect all operating
parameters information (refer to Section 1.1.2).
Apply power to the transmitter and follow the step-by-step
procedures below for the menu-driven transmitter display.
Refer to Sections 2.6.2 and 2.6.4.
Information on configuring the transmitter using a HART
communicator is given in Section 2.7, Configuration
Using HART.
Refer to I/O manual 57-646 for information on
FOUNDATION fieldbus output.
2.6.1 Bench Configuration
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter can be easily configured at a test bench by connecting a standard 24 VDC
power supply directly to the transmitter terminals as
shown in the accompanying diagram. An optional digital
multimeter is shown in the event that mA current measurements are desired.
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NOTE: Current measurements taken at these test points are an
approximate value. Accurate current readings should be
taken with the digital multimeter directly in series with the
loop.
(-) negative
(+) positive
NOTE: When using a HART communicator for configuration, a minimum 250-ohm line load resistance is required. Refer to your
HART communicator manual for additional information.
+
–
+
–
Test
Current Meter
Power Supply
24 VDC
NOTE: The transmitter can be configured without the probe.
Disregard the “No Probe” diagnostic indicator that will appear.
2.6.2 Menu Traversal and Data Entry
The four push buttons offer various forms of functionality
for navigation and data entry.
The Model 706 user interface is hierarchical in nature,
best described as a tree structure. Each level in the tree
contains one or more items. Items are either menu labels
or parameter names.
• Menu labels are presented in all capital letters
• Parameters are capital words
G.P./I.S./Explosion Proof Model
➪
2.6.2.1 Navigating the Menu
UP moves to the previous item in the menu branch.
➪
DOWN moves to the next item in the menu branch.
BACK moves back one level to the previous (higher)
branch item.
➪
➪ ENTER enters into the lower level branch or switches
to the entry mode. Holding the ENTER down on any
highlighted menu name or parameter will show help
text for that item.
2.6.2.2 Data Selection
Up
Down
Back
Enter
➪
➪
This method is used for selecting configuration data from
a specific list.
UP and
DOWN to navigate the menu and highlight the item of interest
UP and
➪
➪
➪ ENTER allows modification of that selection
DOWN to choose new data selection
➪ ENTER to confirm selection
➪
Use
BACK (Escape) key at any time to abort the procedure and escape to previous branch item
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2.6.2.3 Entering Numeric Data Using Digit Entry
This method is used to input numeric data, e.g., Probe
Length, set 4mA and set 20mA.
Push button
Up
Keystroke Action
Moves up to the next highest digit (0,1,2,3,....,9
or decimal point). If held down the digits scroll
until the push button is released.
Moves up to the next lowest digit (0,1,2,3,....,9 or
Down decimal point). If held down the digits scroll until
the push button is released.
Back
Moves the cursor to the left and deletes a digit. If
the cursor is already at the leftmost position,
then the screen is exited without changing the
previously saved value.
Enter
Moves the cursor to the right. If the cursor is
located at a blank character position, the new
value is saved.
All numeric values are left-justified, and new values are
entered from left to right. A decimal point can be
entered after the first digit is entered, such that .9 is
entered as 0.9.
Some configuration parameters can have a negative
value. In this case, the leftmost position is reversed for
the sign (either "-" for a negative value, or "+" for a positive value).
2.6.2.4 Entering Numeric Data Using Increment/Decrement
Use this method to input the following data into parameters such as Damping and Failure Alarm.
Push button
Keystroke Action
Increments the displayed value. If held down
the digits scroll until the push button is released.
Up
Depending on which screen is being revised, the
increment amount may increase by a factor of 10
after the value has been incremented 10 times.
Decrements the displayed value. If held down the
digits scroll until the push button is released.
Depending on which screen is being revised, the
Down
decrement amount may increase by a factor of
10 after the value has been decremented 10
times.
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Back
Returns to the previous menu without changing
the original value, which is immediately redisplayed.
Enter
Accepts the displayed value and returns to the
previous menu.
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2.6.2.5 Entering Character Data
This method is used for parameters requiring alphanumeric
character entry, such as for entering tags, etc.
General Menu Notes:
Push button
Up
Keystroke Action
Moves to the previous character (Z...Y...X...W).
If held down, the characters scroll until the push
button is released.
Moves to the next item character (A...B...C...D).
Down If held down, the characters scroll until the push
button is released.
Back
Moves the cursor back to the left. If the cursor is
already at the leftmost position, then the screen
is exited without changing the original tag characters.
Enter
Moves the cursor forward to the right. If the
cursor is at the rightmost position, then the
new tag is saved.
2.6.3 Password Protection
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter has three levels of
password protection to restrict access to certain portions of
the menu structure that affect the operation of the system.
The user password can be changed to any numerical value
up to 59999. When the transmitter is programmed for
password protection, a password is required whenever
configuration values are changed.
User Password
The User Password allows the customer to limit access to
the basic configuration parameters.
The default User Password installed in the transmitter at
the factory is 0. With a password of 0, the transmitter is no
longer password protected and any value in the basic user
menus can be adjusted without entering a confirming
password.
NOTE: If a User Password is not known or has been misplaced, the
menu item New Password in the DEVICE SETUP/ADVANCED
CONFIG menu displays an encrypted value representing the
present password. Contact Technical Support with this
encrypted password to retrieve the original User Password.
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Advanced Password
Certain portions of the menu structure that contain more
advanced parameters are further protected by an Advanced
Password.
This password will be provided, when necessary, by Factory
technical support.
Factory Password
Calibration-related and other factory settings are further
protected by a Factory Password.
2.6.4 Model 706 Menu: Step-By-Step Procedure
The following tables provide a complete explanation of the
software menus displayed by the ECLIPSE transmitter. The
menu layout is similar between the local Keypad/LCD
interface, the DD, and the DTM.
•
•
•
•
Use these tables as a step-by-step guide to configure the
transmitter based on the desired measurement type from the
following selections:
Level Only
Interface & Level
Level & Volume
Flow
HOME SCREEN
•
•
•
•
Up
Down
Back
Enter
The Home Screen consists of a “slide show” sequence of
Measured Values screens which are rotated at 2-second
intervals. Each Home Measured Value screen can present up
to four information items:
HART® Tag
Measured Value
Label, Numerical Value, Units
Status
Will be displayed as text or optionally with NAMUR NE
107 symbol
Primary Value Bar Graph (shown in %)
The Home Screen presentation can be customized by viewing or hiding some of these items. See DISPLAY CONFIG
under the DEVICE SETUP menu in Section 2.6.5 —
Configuration Menu.
At left is an example of a Home Screen for a Model 706
configured for a Level Only application.
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MAIN MENU
Pressing any key on the Home Screen will present the Main
Menu, consisting of three basic menu labels shown in all
capital letters.
• DEVICE SETUP
• DIAGNOSTICS
• MEASURED VALUES
As shown, the reverse video represents a cursor identifying
the selected item, which will appear in reverse video on the
LCD. The actions of the keys at this point are:
Push button
Up
Keystroke Action
No action as the cursor is already at the first
item in the MAIN MENU
Down
Moves the cursor to DIAGNOSTICS
Back
Moves back to HOME SCREEN, the level
above MAIN MENU
Enter
Presents the selected item, DEVICE SETUP
NOTES: 1. Items and parameters that are shown in lower level menus
will depend on the Measurement Type chosen. Those parameter not applicable to the present Measurement Type will
be hidden.
2. Holding down the Enter key when the cursor is highlighted
over a parameter or menu will provide additional information
about that item.
DEVICE SETUP
Choosing DEVICE SETUP from the MAIN MENU will
result in an LCD presentation as shown at left.
The small down arrow shown at the right hand side of the
screen is the indication that more items are available below
and can be accessed by pressing the DOWN key.
Section 2.6.5 shows the entire tree menu for the Model 706
DEVICE SETUP Menu.
DIAGNOSTICS
Refer to Section 3.3.4
MEASURED VALUES
Allows the user to scroll through all of the available
measured values for the measurement type chosen.
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Level Units:
Inches
Feet
Millimeters
Centimeters
Meters
Probe Model:
7YD Coax HTHP
7YF Sngl Rod Tanks
7YG Sngl Rod Cages
7YJ Sngl Rod Cages
7YL Sngl Rod Cages
7YM Sngl Rod Tanks
7YN Sngl Rod Tanks
7YP Coax HP
7YS Coax Steam
7YT Coax Std
7Y1 Sngl Flex Std
7Y2 Sngl Flex Bulk
7Y3 Sngl Flex HP
7Y5 Twin Flex Bulk
7Y6 Sngl Flx HTHP Cage
7Y7 Twin Flex Clad
Probe Mount:
NPT
BSP
Flange
NPT/Flushing
BSP/Flushing
Flange/Flushing
Hygienic
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Level Offset:
-25 feet to +75 feet
(-7.6 m to 22.9 m)
Dielectric Range:
Below 1.7
1.7 to 3.0
3.0 to 10
Above 10
4 mA Set Point (LRV):
-25 feet to +175 feet
(-7.6 m to 53 m)
20 mA Set Point (URV):
-25 feet to +175 feet
(-7.6 m to 53 m)
Failure Alarm:
22 mA
3.6 mA
Hold
Product Name (read only)
Magnetrol S/N (read only)
Hardware Version (read only)
Firmware Version (read only)
LongTag
Measurement Type:
Level Only
Interface and Level
Volume and Level
Flow
Level Units:
Inches
Feet
Millimeters
Centimeters
Meters
Probe Model:
7YD Coax HTHP
7YF Sngl Rod Std
7YG Sngl Rod Std
7YJ Sngl Rod HTHP
7YL Sngl Rod HP
7YM Sngl Rod HP
7YN Sngl Rod HTHP
7YP Coax HP
7YS Coax Steam
7YT Coax Std
7Y1 Sngl Flex Std
7Y2 Sngl Flex Bulk
7Y3 Sngl Flex HP
7Y5 Twin Flex Bulk
7Y6 Sngl Flx HTHP Cage
7Y7 Twin Flex Clad
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Probe Length:
12 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Probe Coating: (7yF only)
None (Bare)
PFA Coated
Probe Mount:
NPT
BSP
Flange
NPT/Flushing
BSP/Flushing
Flange/Flushing
Hygienic
Probe Length:
12 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Level Offset:
-25 feet to +75 feet
(-7.6 m to 22.9 m)
Dielectric Range:
Below 1.7
1.7 to 3.0
3.0 to 10
Above 10
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Measurement Type:
Level Only
Interface and Level
Volume and Level
Flow
Level Units:
Inches
Feet
Millimeters
Centimeters
Meters
Probe Model:
7YD Coax HTHP
7YF Sngl Rod Tanks
7YG Sngl Rod Cages
7YJ Sngl Rod Cages
7YL Sngl Rod Cages
7YM Sngl Rod Tanks
7YN Sngl Rod Tanks
7YP Coax HP
7YS Coax Steam
7YT Coax Std
7Y1 Sngl Flex Std
7Y2 Sngl Flex Bulk
7Y3 Sngl Flex HP
7Y5 Twin Flex Bulk
7Y6 Sngl Flx HTHP Cage
7Y7 Twin Flex Clad
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Level Units:
Inches
Feet
Millimeters
Centimeters
Meters
Probe Model:
7YD Coax HTHP
7YF Sngl Rod Std
7YG Sngl Rod Std
7YJ Sngl Rod HTHP
7YL Sngl Rod HP
7YM Sngl Rod HP
7YN Sngl Rod HTHP
7YP Coax HP
7YS Coax Steam
7YT Coax Std
7Y1 Sngl Flex Std
7Y2 Sngl Flex Bulk
7Y3 Sngl Flex HP
7Y5 Twin Flex Bulk
7Y6 Sngl Flx HTHP Cage
7Y7 Twin Flex Clad
Probe Coating: (7yF only)
None (Bare)
PFA Coated
Probe Mount:
NPT
BSP
Flange
NPT/Flushing
BSP/Flushing
Flange/Flushing
Hygienic
Probe Length:
12 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Level Offset:
-25 feet to +75 feet
(-7.6 m to 22.9 m)
Dielectric Range:
Below 1.7
1.7 to 3.0
3.0 to 10
Above 10
Upr Dielectric:
1.2 to 10
Measurement Type:
Level Only
Interface and Level
Volume and Level
Flow
Probe Coating: (7yF only)
None (Bare)
PFA Coated
Probe Mount:
NPT
BSP
Flange
NPT/Flushing
BSP/Flushing
Flange/Flushing
Hygienic
Probe Length:
12 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Level Offset:
-25 feet to +75 feet
(-7.6 m to 22.9 m)
Volume Units:
Cubic Feet
Cubic Inches
Gallons
Milliliters
Liters
Vessel Type:
Rectangular
Horizontal/Flat
Horizontal/Ellipse
Horizontal/Spherical
Spherical
Vertical/Flat
Vertical/Ellipse
Vertical/Spherical
Vertical/Conical
Custom Table
Vessel Dimensions:
(not used with Custom Table)
Radius
Ellipse Depth
Conical Height
Width
Length
Custom Table Setup:
Custom Table Type:
Linear
Spline
Level Input Source:
Keypad
Sensor
CUSTOM TABLE VALUES:
Up to 30 Pairs of
Level/Volume Data
Dielectric Range:
Below 1.7
1.7 to 3.0
3.0 to 10
Above 10
Volume Setup:
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Level Units:
Inches
Feet
Millimeters
Centimeters
Meters
Probe Model:
7YD Coax HTHP
7YF Sngl Rod Std
7YG Sngl Rod Std
7YJ Sngl Rod HTHP
7YL Sngl Rod HP
7YM Sngl Rod HP
7YN Sngl Rod HTHP
7YP Coax HP
7YS Coax Steam
7YT Coax Std
7Y1 Sngl Flex Std
7Y2 Sngl Flex Bulk
7Y3 Sngl Flex HP
7Y5 Twin Flex Bulk
7Y6 Sngl Flx HTHP Cage
7Y7 Twin Flex Clad
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Probe Mount:
NPT
BSP
Flange
NPT/Flushing
BSP/Flushing
Flange/Flushing
Hygienic
Probe Coating:
None (Bare)
PFA Coated
Probe Length:
12 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Level Offset:
-25 feet to +75 feet
(-7.6 m to 22.9 m)
Dielectric Range:
Below 1.7
1.7 to 3.0
3.0 to 10
Above 10
Flow Setup:
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Measurement Type:
Level Only
Interface and Level
Volume and Level
Flow
Flow Units:
Cubic Ft/Second
Cubic Ft/Minute
Cubic Ft/Hour
Gallons/Minute
Gallons/Hour
Mil Gallons/Day
Liters/Second
Liters/Minute
Liters/Hour
Cubic Meters/Hour
Flow Element:
Palmer-Bowlus Flume
Flume Channel Width:
4 inches
6 inches
8 inches
10 inches
12 inches
15 inches
18 inches
21 inches
24 inches
27 inches
30 inches
Parshall Flume
Flume Channel Width:
1 inch
2 inches
3 inches
6 inches
9 inches
12 inches
18 inches
24 inches
36 inches
48 inches
60 inches
72 inches
96 inches
120 inches
144 inches
V-notch Weir
V-notch Weir Angle:
22.5°
30°
45°
60°
90°
120°
Rect Weir with Ends
0 to 215.0 feet
(0 to 65 m)
Rect Weir w/o Ends
0 to 215.0 feet
(0 to 65 m)
Cipolletti Weir
0 to 215.0 feet
(0 to 65 m)
Generic Equation
K
L
C
n
Custom Table
Custom Table Type:
Linear
Spline
CUSTOM TABLE
VALUES:
Up to 30 Pairs of
Head/Flow Data
Reference Distance:
11.8 inches to 100 feet
(30 cm to 30 m)
Maximum Head
The Maximum Head
value can be revised
depending on the value
of the Reference
Distance, or for end user
preference.
Maximum Flow
(calculated, read only)
Low Flow Cutoff:
0 to 9999999 cubic
ft/min
TOTALIZER SETUP:
Units:
Cubic Feet
Gallons
Mil Gallons
Liters
Mil Liters
Cubic Meters
NON-RESET
TOTALIZER:
Multiplier:
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
Value (read only)
RunTime (read only)
RESETTABLE
TOTALIZER:
Mode:
Disabled
Enabled
Multiplier:
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
Value (read only)
RunTime (read only)
Reset
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Primary Variable
4 mA Set Pt (LRV):
-25 to +175 feet ([Upr] Level, Ifc Level)
(-7.6 m to 53 m)
2.0 inches to 100 feet (Upr Thickness)
(5 cm to 30 m)
0 to 9999999 gals (Volume)
0 to 9999999 cubic ft/min (Flow)
20 mA Set Pt (URV):
-25 to +175 feet ([Upr] Level, Ifc Level)
(-7.6 m to 53 m)
2.0 inches to 100 feet (Upr Thickness)
(5 cm to 30 m)
0 to 9999999 cf (Volume)
0 to 9999999 cfs (Flow)
Failure Alarm:
22 mA
3.6 mA
Hold
Damping:
0 to 10 seconds
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Volume:
(Volume and Level mode only)
Hide
View
Upr Echo Strength:
(Interface and level mode only)
Hide
View
Flow:
(Flow mode only)
Hide
View
Ifc Echo Strength:
(Interface and level mode only)
Hide
View
Long Tag:
Hide
View
Head:
(Flow mode only)
Hide
View
Elec Temp:
Hide
View
PV Bar Graph:
Hide
View
Distance:
Hide
View
Level:
Hide
View
% Output:
Hide
View
Ifc Level:
(Interface and Level mode only)
Hide
View
Analog Output:
Hide
View
Language:
English
French
German
Spanish
Russian
Status Symbol:
Hide
View
Upr Thickness:
(Interface and Level mode only)
Hide
View
Probe Buildup:
(Buildup Detection = On)
Hide
View
NRTotalizer:
(Flow mode only)
Hide
View
R Totalizer:
(Flow mode only)
Hide
View
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Sensitivity:
0 to 100 echo strength units
Blocking Distance:
-7.5 to +100 feet
(-2 m to 30 m)
Safety Zone Alarm:
None
3.6 mA
22 mA
Latched 3.6 mA
Latched 22 mA
Safety Zone Height:
(not used when Safety Alarm is
None)
2 inches to 100 feet
(5 cm to 30 m)
Reset SZ Alarm
(used when Safety Alarm is Latch
3.6 mA or Latch 22 mA)
Failure Alarm Delay:
0 to 5 seconds
Level Trim:
-2.00 to + 2.00 feet
(-0.6 m to + 0.6 m)
THRESHOLD SETTINGS
Lvl Thresh Mode:
Auto Largest
(not used with Interface and Level)
Fixed Value
Auto Upper
Sloped
Sloped Start Value:
(When Lvl Thresh Mode is Sloped)
Lvl Thresh Value:
0 to 100 echo strength units
Sloped Start Value
(used when Lvl Thresh Mode is
Sloped)
0 to 100 echo strength units
Ifc Lvl Thresh Mode:
(Interface and Level only)
Auto Largest
Fixed Value
Ifc Lvl Thresh Value:
(Interface and Level only)
0 to 100 echo strength units
EoP Thresh Mode:
Auto Largest
Fixed Value
EoP Thresh Value:
0 to 100 echo strength units
ENDofPROBE ANALYSIS:
EoP Polarity:
Positive
Negative
EoP Analysis:
(not used with Interface and Level)
Off
On
EoP Dielectric:
(not used with Interface and Level)
1.20 to 9.99
ECHO REJECTION:
View Echo Curve
REJECTION CONTROL:
Reject Curve State:
Off
Disabled
[Enabled]
Reject Curve Mode:
Level
Distance
Compensation:
None
Auto
Manual
Vapor Dielectric
1.00 to 2.00
HF Cable Length:
Integral
3 feet
12 feet
Buildup Detection:
Off
On
ANALOG OUTPUT:
HART Poll Address:
0 to 63
Analog Output Mode:
Disabled (Fixed)
Enabled (PV)
[Fixed Current Value]
4 to 20 mA
ADJUST ANALOG
OUTPUT:
Adjust 4mA
Adjust 20mA
New User Password:
0 to 59,999
CONFIG CHANGED:
Indicator Mode:
Disabled
Enabled
Reset Config Chngd:
Reset?
No
Yes
Saved Medium
NEW REJECT CURVE:
Actual Medium
Save Reject Curve
Reset Parameters:
No
Yes
Sloped End Dist:
(used when Lvl Thresh Mode is
Sloped)
25 to 100 feet
(7 to 30 m)
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2.6.5 Model 706 Configuration Menu — Device Setup
Home Screen
Main Menu
Device Setup
Quick Start
Identity
Basic Config
I/O Config
Display Config
Advanced Config
Factory Config
Fiducial Gain:
0 to 255 (read only)
Fid Threshold Value
SZ Hysteresis (Safe Zone Hysteresis):
(not used when Safe Zone Alarm is None)
0 to 100 feet
(0 to 30 m)
PROBE TARGET (Compensation = Auto):
Probe Target Mode
Off
Run
Calibrate
Targ Calib Ticks
Target Ticks
Elec Temp Offset
Ifc Boundary Offset
NAP Value
Factory Reset
FACTORY CALIB
(Factory password required)
Window
Fiducial Ticks
Conversion Factor
Scale Offset
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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 Model 706
transmitter. When connected to the control loop, the same
system measurement readings shown on the transmitter are
also 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 Model 706 software (Device
Descriptions). Refer to your HART Communicator Manual
for update instructions.
Junction
RL > 250 Ω
-
+
One can also access configuration parameters using
PACTware and the Model 706 DTM, or using the AMS
with EDDL.
2.7.1 Connections
Control
Room
Display
Power
Supply
Current
Meter
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 wiring compartment 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.
2.7.2 HART Communicator Display
A typical communicator display is an 8-line by 21-character
LCD. When connected, the top line of each menu displays
the model (Model 706) and its tag number or address. For
detailed operating information, refer to the instruction
manual provided with the HART communicator.
2.7.3 HART Revision Table
Model 706 1.x
HART Version
HCF Release Date
Dev Rev 1, DD Rev 2 December 2012
Compatible with 706 Software
Version 1.0 and later
2.7.4 HART Menu – Model 706
The ECLIPSE transmitter HART menu trees are shown in
the following pages. Open the menu by pressing the
alphanumeric key 4, then Device Setup, to display the
second-level menu.
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2.7.4 HART Menu – Model 706
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PV
PV Loop Current
PV % Range
Device Setup
Setup Wizard
Diagnostics
Measured Values
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Level
Ifc Level
Upr Thickness
Volume
Flow
Head
Distance
R Totalizer Value
NR Totalizer Value
Echo Strength
Ifc Echo Strength
Buildup
Temperature
1 Identity
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Enter Password
Tag
Long Tag
Descriptor
Date
Message
Date/Time/Initials
Factory Identity
2 Basic Config
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Enter Password
Level Units
Probe Model
Probe Coating
Probe Mount
Probe Length
Measurement Type
Level Offset
Dielectric Range
Upper Dielectric
Basic Config Diagram
3 Volume Config
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Enter Password
Volume Units
Vessel Type
Length
Width
Radius
Ellipse Depth
Conical Height
Table Type
Vessel Diagrams
Custom Table Type
Level Input Source
Custom Table Length
Custom Table
4 Flow Config
5 I/O Config
6 Local Display Config
7 Advanced Config
8 Factory Config
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter Password
PV is
PV AmA Set Point
PV 20mA Set Point
PV Failure Alarm
Damping
I/O Config Diagram
Variable Selection
Set Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Enter Password
Flow Units
Flow Element
Flume Channel Width
V-Notch Angle
Crest Length
Custom Table Type
Reference Distance
Maximum Head
Maximum Flow
Low Flow Cutoff
General Equation
Factors
13 Flow Diagrams
14 Custom Table
15 Totalizer Setup
1 SV is
2 TV is
3 QV is
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Manufacturer
Product Name
Magnetrol S/N
Hardware Version
Firmware Version
ConfigChg Counter
Final Assy Number
Device ID
Universal Revision
Field Device Revision
Software Revision
Num Preambles
Lvl 4mA Set Point
Lvl 20mA Set Point
Ifc 4mA Set Point
Ifc 20mA Set Point
Thk 4mA Set Point
Thk 20mA Set Point
Vol 4mA Set Point
Vol 20mA Set Point
Flo 4mA Set Point
Flo 20mA Set Point
1
2
3
4
K
L
C
n
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Totalizer Units
NR Mult
NR Totalizer Value
NR Totalizer RunTime
R Totalizer Mode
R Totalizer Mult
R Totalizer Value
R Totalizer RunTime
Totalizer
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2.7.4 HART Menu – Model 706
1
2
3
4
5
Identity
Basic Config
Volume Config
Flow Config
I/O Config
6 Local Display
Config
7 Advanced Config
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Enter Password
Language
Status Symbol
Long Tag
PV Bar Graph
Display Setup Diagram
Measured Values
1 Safety Zone Alarm
2 Safety Zone Height
3 Reset SZ Alarm
Enter Password
Sensitivity
Blocking Distance
Safety Zone Settings
Failure Alarm Delay
Level Trim
Adv Config Diagram
Echo Rejection
Threshold Settings
End-of-Probe Settings
Compensation
HF Cable Length
Buildup Detection
Analog Output
New User Password
Reset Paramaters
1
2
3
4
Reject Curve State
Reject Curve Mode
Saved Media Location
New Rejection Curve
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Level Threshold Mode
Level Threshold Value
Sloped Start Value
Sloped End Distance
Interface Level Threshold Mode
Interface Level Threshold Value
EOP Threshold Mode
EOP Threshold Value
1 EOP Polarity
2 EOP Analysis
3 EOP Dielectric
1 Compensation Mode
2 Vapor Dielectric
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8 Factory Config
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Enter Password
Fiducial Gain
Fid Thresh Value
Probe Target
Elec Temp Offset
Ifc Boundary Offset
NAPValue
Factory Reset
Factory Param 2
Factory Param 3
Factory Param 4
Factory Calib
Poll Address
Analog Output Mode
Fixed Loop Current
Adjust Analog Output
4mA Trim Value
20mA Trim Value
Fdbk 4mA Trim Value
Fdbk 20mA Trim Value
1
2
3
4
Probe Target Mode
Target Calib
Target Ticks
Auto Target Calib
1
2
3
4
5
Window
Fiducial Ticks
Conversion Factor
Scale Offset
7YK Scale Offset
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PV
PV Loop Current
PV % Range
Device Setup
Setup Wizard
Diagnostics
Measured Values
1 Present Status
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NE107 Category
NE107 Highest Active Indicator
Add’l Device Status
Reset Config Changed
NAMUR NE 107 Setup
NE 107 Simulation Mode
Enter Password
1
2
3
4
5
6
Status 0
Status 1
Status 2
Status 3
Status 4
Status 5
1 NE 107 Mapping
2 Reset NE 107 Mapping
2 Event History
1
2
3
4
Event Log
Refresh History
Reset History
Set Clock
3 Advanced
Diagnostics
1
2
3
4
Internal Values
Elec Temperatures
Transmitter Tests
Probe Buildup
4 Echo Curves
5 Echo History
6 Trend Data
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
Fiducial Ticks
Fiducial Strength
Level Ticks
Echo Strength
Distance
Ifc Ticks
Ifc Echo Strength
Ifc Boundary
Ifc Medium
Targ Calib Ticks
Target Ticks
Target Strength
Vapor Apparent Diel
EoP Ticks
EoP Strength
EoP Distance (mm)
EoP Apparent Diel
Fdbk Current
Present Temperature
Max Temperature
Min Temperature
Reset Min/Max Temps
1 Analog OutputTest
1
2
3
4
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Buildup Location
Buildup Rate
Check
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PV
PV Loop Current
PV % Range
Device Setup
Setup Wizard
Diagnostics
Measured Values
1 Present Status
2 Event History
3 Advanced
Diagnostics
4 Echo Curves
5 Echo History
6 Trend Data
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Echo Graph
Curve 1
Curve 2
Refresh Graph
Zoom
Save Ref Echo Curve
New Rejection Curve
Parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Echo Graph
Curve 1
Curve 2
Refresh Graph
Zoom
Echo History Log
Refresh History
History Setup
Delete History
Set Clock
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Trend Data
Level
Ifc Level
Upr Thickness
Volume
Flow
Loop
Range
Analog Output
% Output
Echo Strength
Ifc Echo Strength
Data Log Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Enter Password
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
Blocking Distance
Lvl Thresh Mode
Sloped Start Value
Lvl Thresh Value
Sloped End Distance
Ifc Lvl Thresh Value
EoP Thresh Value
1
2
3
4
5
Echo History Mode
Trigger Events
Time Triggers
Set Clock
Enter Password
1
2
3
4
Trending Variables
Time Setup
Set Clock
Enter Password
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3.0
Reference Information
This section presents an overview of the operation of the
ECLIPSE Model 706 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
Transmitter Description
The ECLIPSE Model 706 is a loop-powered two-wire,
24 VDC, level transmitter based on the concept of Guided
Wave Radar.
The ECLIPSE Model 706 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 a watertight
feedthrough.
3.2
Theory of Operation
3.2.1 Guided Wave Radar
Guided Wave Radar (GWR) combines Time Domain
Reflectometry (TDR), Equivalent Time Sampling (ETS)
and modern low power circuitry. This synthesis of technologies brings to the level market a high-speed radar circuit
(speed of light transmission). The electromagnetic pulses are
propagated via a waveguide that yields a system many times
more efficient than through-air radar.
24 VDC, 4-20 mA
Loop Powered
Transmit Pulse
A reflection is
developed off the
liquid surface
Air
εr = 1
Media
3.2.2 Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)
ε r > 1.4
A small amount of energy
continues down the probe
in a low dielectric fluid,
e.g. hydrocarbon
TDR uses pulses of electromagnetic (EM) energy to measure distances or levels. When a pulse reaches a dielectric
discontinuity (created by the surface of a process medium),
part of the energy is reflected. The larger the dielectric
discontinuity, the larger the amplitude (strength) of the
reflection.
Although TDR is relatively new to the industrial level measurement industry, it has been used for decades in the telephone, computer, and power transmission industries. In
these industries, TDR is used to successfully find wire or
cable breaks and shorts. An EM pulse is sent through the
wire, traveling unimpeded until it finds line damage due
to a break or short. A reflection is then returned from the
damaged area of the wire, enabling a timing circuit to
pinpoint the location.
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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 fact that a liquid will have a higher
dielectric constant than air. When an EM pulse is sent
down the probe and meets the dielectric discontinuity that
occurs at the air/liquid surface, 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/s) 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.
ETS is accomplished by scanning the waveguide to collect
thousands of samples. Approximately 5 scans are taken per
second; each scan gathers more than 50,000 samples.
3.2.4 Interface Detection
Reference
Signal
Air
(ε = 1)
Upper Level
Signal
Low Dielectric
Medium
(e.g. oil, ε = 2)
Interface
Level
Signal
Emulsion Layer
High Dielectric
Medium
(e.g. water, ε = 80)
Time
Interface Detection
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The ECLIPSE Model 706, when used with the appropriate
probes, is a transmitter capable of measuring both an upper
level and an interface level. It is required that the upper
liquid have a dielectric constant between 1.4 and 10 and the
two liquids have a difference in dielectric constants greater
than 10. A typical application would be oil over water, with
the upper layer of oil being non-conductive with a dielectric
constant of approximately 2 and the lower layer of water
being very conductive with a dielectric constant of approximately 80. This interface measurement can only be accomplished when the dielectric constant of the upper medium is
lower than the dielectric constant of the lower medium.
As mentioned above ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar is based
upon the technology of TDR, which utilizes pulses of electromagnetic energy transmitted down a wave guide (probe).
When the transmitted pulse reaches a liquid surface that has
a higher dielectric constant than the air (dielectric constant
of 1) in which it is traveling, the pulse is reflected and ultra
high speed timing circuitry provides an accurate measure of
liquid level. Even after some of the pulse is reflected from
the upper surface, energy continues down the length of the
probe through the upper liquid. The pulse is again reflected
when it reaches the higher dielectric lower liquid (refer to
figure at left). Since the propagation speed of the signal
through the upper liquid is dependent on the dielectric
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constant of the medium in which it is traveling, the dielectric
constant of the upper liquid must be known to accurately
determine the interface level.
The thickness of the upper layer can be determined by
knowing the time between the first and second reflections
as well as the upper layer dielectric constant.
In order to properly process the reflected signals, the
Model 706 is specified for those applications where the
thickness of the upper layer is greater than 2 inches (5 cm).
The maximum upper layer is typically limited to the length
of the probe.
Emulsion Layers
As emulsion (rag) layers can decrease the strength of the
reflected signal, GWR offers best performance in applications having clean, distinct layers. However, the ECLIPSE
Model 706 transmitter will operate in most emulsions and
tend to read the top of the emulsion layer. Contact the
factory for application assistance and questions regarding
emulsion layers.
3.2.5 Saturated Steam Applications
(Boilers, Feedwater Heaters, etc.)
As the temperature of a saturated steam application
increases, the dielectric constant of the steam vapor space
also increases. This increase in vapor space dielectric causes
a delay in the GWR signal propagation as it travels down
the probe, causing the liquid level to appear lower than
actual.
NOTE: The measurement error associated with this propagation delay
does depend on temperature and is a function of the square
root of the vapor space dielectric constant. For example, with
no compensation, a +450° F (+230° C) application would show
a level error of about 5.5%, while a +600° F (+315° C) application would show an error approaching 20%!
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter and Model 7yS
Coaxial Steam probe provide a unique solution to this
application. The effects of the changing steam conditions
can be compensated for by utilizing a mechanical steam
target placed inside and near the top of the Model 7yS
coaxial probe.
Knowing exactly where the target is located at room temperature, and then continuously monitoring its apparent
location, the vapor space dielectric can be back-calculated.
Knowing the vapor space dielectric, accurate compensation
of the actual liquid level reading is accomplished.
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This is a patented technique with two US Patents
(US 6642801 and US 6867729) issued for both the
mechanical target concept and the associated software
algorithm.
Contact the factory for additional information relating to
saturated steam applications.
3.2.6 Overfill Capability
Although agencies like WHG or VLAREM certify Overfill
proof protection, defined as the tested, reliable operation
when the transmitter is used as overfill alarm, it is assumed
in their analysis that the installation is designed in such a
way that the vessel or side mounted cage cannot physically
overfill.
However, there are practical applications where a GWR
probe can be completely flooded with level all the way up
to the process connection (face of the flange). Although the
affected areas are application dependent, typical GWR
probes have a transition zone (or possibly dead zone) at the
top of the probe where interacting signals can either affect
the linearity of the measurement or, more dramatically,
result in a complete loss of signal.
While some manufacturers of GWR transmitters may use
special algorithms to “infer” level measurement when this
undesirable signal interaction occurs and the actual level
signal is lost, the ECLIPSE Model 706 offers a unique solution by utilizing a concept called Overfill-Safe Operation.
An Overfill-safe probe is defined by the fact that it has a
predictable and uniform characteristic impedance all the
way down the entire length of the waveguide (probe). These
probes allow the ECLIPSE Model 706 to measure accurate
levels up to the process flange without any non-measurable
zone at the top of the GWR probe.
Overfill-safe GWR probes are unique to ECLIPSE GWR,
and coaxial probes can be installed at any location on the
vessel. Overfill-safe probes are offered in a variety of Coaxial
and Caged designs.
3.3
Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter is designed and engineered for trouble-free operation over a wide range of operating conditions. The transmitter continuously runs a series
of internal self-tests and displays helpful messages on the
large graphic liquid crystal display (LCD) when attention is
required.
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The combination of these internal tests and diagnostics
messages offer a valuable proactive method of troubleshooting. The device not only tells the user what wrong, but also,
and more importantly, offers suggestions on how to solve
the problem.
All of this information can be obtained directly from the
transmitter on the LCD, or remotely by using a HART
communicator or PACTware and the ECLIPSE Model 706
DTM.
PACTware™ PC Program
The ECLIPSE Model 706 offers the ability to perform
more advanced diagnostics such as Trending and Echo
Curve analysis using a PACTware DTM. This is a powerful
troubleshooting tool that can aid in the resolution of any
diagnostic indicators that may appear.
Refer to section 4.0 “Advanced Configuration/
Troubleshooting Techniques” for additional information.
3.3.1 Diagnostics (Namur NE 107)
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter includes an exhaustive list of Diagnostic Indicators which follow the NAMUR
NE 107 guidelines.
NAMUR is an international user association of automation
technology in process industries, whose goal is to promote
the interest of the process industry by pooling experiences
among its member companies. In doing so, this group
promotes international standards for devices, systems, and
technologies.
Red
Yellow
The objective of NAMUR NE 107 was essentially to make
maintenance more efficient by standardizing diagnostics
information from field devices. This was initially integrated
via FOUNDATION fieldbus, but the concept applies regardless
of the communication protocol.
Orange
Blue
•
•
•
•
According to the NAMUR NE107 recommendation, "Self
Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field Devices," fieldbus diagnostic results should be reliable and viewed in the context of
a given application. The document recommends categorizing
internal diagnostics into four standard status signals:
Failure
Function Check
Out of Specification
Maintenance required
These categories are shown by both symbols and colors,
depending on the display capability.
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In essence, this approach ensures that the right diagnostic
information is available to the right person-at the right
time. In addition, it allows diagnostics to be applied, as
most appropriate, for a particular plant application (such as
process control engineering or asset management maintenance). Customer specific mapping of diagnostics to these
categories allows for flexible configuration depending on the
user's requirements.
From an external Model 706 transmitter perspective, diagnostic information includes measurement of process conditions, in addition to detection of internal device or system
anomalies.
As mentioned above, the indicators can be assignable (via
the a DTM or host system) by the user to any (or none) of
the NAMUR recommended Status Signal categories:
Failure, Function Check, Out of Specification, and
Maintenance Required.
Failure
The FOUNDATION fieldbus transmitter version of the
Model 706 was implemented according to the Field
Diagnostics Profile, which is consistent with the objectives
of NE 107.
Function
Check
In the FOUNDATION fieldbus version, diagnostic indicators
can be mapped to multiple categories, an example is shown
in the diagram at left.
Analog Output Error
Echo Lost
High
Temperature
Out of
Specification
Dry
Probe
Calibration
Required
Diagnostic Indicators
Maintenance
Required
NE-107
Status Signals
In this example, “Calibration Required” is mapped to both
the Out of Specification and Maintenance Required status
signals, and the diagnostic indicator named “High
Temperature” is mapped to none of the signals.
Indicators that are mapped to the Failure category will normally result in a current loop alarm output. The alarm state
for HART transmitters is configurable as high (22 mA),
Low (3.6 mA), or Hold (last value).
Users will not have the ability to unassign certain indicators
from the Failure signal category as the Model 706 user
interfaces will prohibit or reject such re-assignment entries).
This is to ensure that current loop alarms are asserted in situations where the device is not able to provide measurements
due to critical failures. (For example, if the alarm selection
has not been set to Hold, or a fixed current mode is in
effect.)
A default mapping of all diagnostic indicators will be applied
initially, and can be re-applied through use of a reset function.
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Refer to the table below for a complete listing of the
Model 706 diagnostic indicators, along with their explanations, default categories, and recommended remedies.
NOTES:
1) The remedies shown in this table can also be seen on
the transmitter LCD by viewing the present status
screen when the device is in a diagnostic condition.
2) Those indicators showing failure as the default result
in an alarm condition.
3.3.2 Diagnostic Indication Simulation
The DD and DTM allow for the ability to manipulate
diagnostic indicators. Intended as a means to verify the
configuration of the diagnostic parameters and connected
equipment, a user can manually change any indicator to
and from the active state.
3.3.3 Diagnostic Indicator Table
Below is a listing of the Model 706 diagnostic indicators,
showing their priority, explanations and recommended
remedies. (Priority 1 is highest priority.)
Priority
Indicator Name
1
Software Error
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
RAM Error
ADC Error
EEPROM Error
Analog Board Error
Analog Output
Error
Spare Indicator 1
Default
Parameters
No Probe
No Fiducial
Default
Category
Explanation
Failure
Unrecoverable error occurred in stored
program.
Failure
RAM (read/write) memory failing.
Failure
Analog-to-digital converter failure.
Failure
Non-volatile parameter storage failing.
Failure
Unrecoverable hardware failure.
Failure
Actual loop current deviates from commanded value. Analog output is inaccurate.
OK
Failure
Failure
Remedy (Context Sensitive Help)
Contact MAGNETROL Technical Support.
Perform Adjust Analog Output maintenance procedure.
Reserved for future use.
Saved parameters are set to default values.
Perform complete Device Configuration.
No Probe Connected.
Attach a probe.
Torque HF nut.
Clean gold pin on transmitter and socket
on probe.
Ensure Model 705 style probe is not
being used.
Contact MAGNETROL Technical Support.
Reference signal too weak to detect.
Torque HF nut.
Clean gold pin on transmitter and socket
on probe.
Check settings:
Fiducial Gain
HF Cable Length
Window
Increase Fid Gain.
Contact MAGNETROLTechnical Support.
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3.3.3 Diagnostic Indicator Table
Priority
11
No Echoes
Default
Category
Failure
12
Upr Echo Lost
Failure
13
Spare Indicator 2
OK
14
15
50
Indicator Name
EoP Above
ProbeEnd
Lvl Below
ProbeEnd
Failure
Failure
Explanation
Remedy
No signal detected anywhere on probe.
Check settings:
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
EoP Thresh Value
Increase Sensitivity.
Lower EoP Thresh.
View Echo Curve.
Signal from upper liquid too weak to
detect.
Check settings:
Upper Dielectric,
Blocking Distance,
Sensitivity
Ensure Upr Level is below blocking distance.
View Echo Curve.
Reserved for future use.
End of Probe appears above Probe
Length
Check settings:
Probe Length
Decrease Sensitivity
Increase Blocking Distance
View Echo Curve.
Level signal appears beyond Probe
Length.
(Possible water bottom situation)
Check settings:
Probe Model,
Probe Length,
Level Threshold = Fixed
Increase Sensitivity
View Echo Curve.
16
EoP Below
ProbeEnd
Failure
End of Probe appears beyond Probe
Length.
Check settings:
Probe Length
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
View Echo Curve.
17
Safety Zone Alarm
Failure
Risk of echo loss if liquid rises above
Blocking Distance.
Ensure that liquid cannot reach
Blocking Distance.
18
Config Conflict
Failure
Measurement type and primary variable Confirm proper configuration.
selection parameters are inconsistent.
Check Measurement Type.
19
High Volume Alarm
Failure
Volume calculated from Level reading
exceeds capacity of vessel or custom
table.
Check settings:
Vessel Dimensions,
Custom Table entries
20
High Flow Alarm
Failure
Flow calculated from Distance reading
exceeds capacity of flow element or
custom table.
21
Spare Indicator 3
Check settings:
Flow Element
Reference Distance
Gen Eqn Factors
Custom Table entries
OK
Reserved for future use
22
Initializing
Function
Check
Distance measurement is inaccurate
while internal filters are settling.
Standard start-up message. Wait for up
to 10 seconds.
23
Analog Output
Fixed
Function
Check
Loop current not following PV. May be
caused by existing alarm condition, ongoing
Loop Test or Trim Loop operations.
If unexpected, check Loop Current
Mode. Ensure device is not in Loop
Test.
24
Config Changed
Function
Check
A parameter has been modified from the If desired, reset Config Changed indicaUser Interface.
tor in ADVANCED CONFIG menu.
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3.3.3 Diagnostic Indicator Table
Priority
Indicator Name
25
Spare Indicator 4
26
Spare Indicator 5
27
Ramp Interval
Error
28
High Elec Temp
29
Low Elec Temp
30
Echo Reject
Invalid
32
Inferred Level
OK
Reserved for future use.
OK
Reserved for future use.
Out of Spec
Internal signal timing out of limits causing
inaccurate distance measurement.
Electronics too hot. May compromise
Out of Spec level measurement or damage instrument.
Electronics too cold. May compromise
Out of Spec level measurement or damage instrument.
Remedy
Check accuracy of Level reading.
Replace transmitter electronics.
Contact MAGNETROL Technical Support.
Shield transmitter from heat source or
increase air circulation. Locate transmitter remotely in a cooler area.
Insulate transmitter.
Locate transmitter remotely in a warmer
area.
Echo Rejection inoperative. May report
Out of Spec erroneous Level readings. Upr Echo
Save a fresh Echo Rejection Curve.
may be lost near top of probe.
Distance measurement calculated indi- Verify Level reading. If incorrect, compare Dielectric Range against EoP
Out of Spec rectly from probe elongation. Level
reading is only approximate.
Dielectric reading.
Adjust Analog Out Out of Spec Loop current is inaccurate.
34
Totalizer Data
Lost
35
No Probe Target
36
Low Supply
Voltage
37
Explanation
Factory calibration has been lost.
Return transmitter to factory for recaliCalibration Req’d Out of Spec Measurement accuracy may be diminbration.
ished.
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33
Default
Category
Dry Probe
Out of Spec
Non-volatile Totalizer Data storage fail- Contact MAGNETROL Technical
ing.
Support.
Out of Spec Not actively compensating
Out of Spec
Perform Adust Analog Output maintenance procedure.
Check settings:
Probe Model
Sensitivity
Loop current may be incorrect at high- Verify loop resistance.
er values. Analog output is inaccurate. Replace loop power supply.
OK
No liquid is contacting probe. Level at If unexpected, verify proper probe
unknown distance beyond probe.
length for application.
OK
Reserved for future use.
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Spare Indicator 6
39
Maintenance
Low Echo Strength
Risk of Echo Lost due to weak signal.
Required
Check settings:
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
View Echo Curve.
40
Maintenance Risk of Interface Echo Lost due to
Low Ifc Echo Str
Required weak signal.
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Spare Indicator 7
Check settings:
Dielectric Range
Sensitivity
View Echo Curve.
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Sequence Record
OK
Reserved for future use.
OK
A Sequence Record number has been If desired, report Sequence Record
stored in Event Log.
number to factory.
The ECLIPSE Model 706 offers the ability to do Trending and Echo Curve analysis via the local graphical LCD or by using PACTware and the Model 706 DTM.
The Model 706 DTM is a power troubleshooting tool that can aid in the resolution of some of the Diagnostic Indicators shown above.
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3.3.4 Diagnostic Help
Selecting DIAGNOSTICS from the MAIN MENU
presents a list of five ITEMS from the top level of the
DIAGNOSTICS tree.
When Present Status is highlighted, the highest
MAGNETROL priority active diagnostic indicator (numerically lowest in Table 3.3.3) is displayed on the bottom
LCD line, which is “OK” as shown at left. Pressing the
ENTER key moves the active diagnostic indicator to the
top line outdented and presents in the lower area of the
LCD a brief explanation of and possible remedies for the
indicated condition. A blank line separates the explanation
from the remedies. Additional active diagnostic indicators,
if any, appear with their explanations in descending priority
order. Each additional active indicator name-explanation
pair is separated by a blank line from the one above.
➪
➪
If the explanation and remedy text (and additional nameexplanation pairs) exceeds the available space, a
appears
in the rightmost column of the last line indicating more text
below. In this situation, the DN key scrolls text up one line
at a time. Similarly, while text exists above the upper line of
the text field, a
appears in the rightmost column of the
top (text) line. In this situation, the UP key scrolls the text
down one line at a time. Otherwise the DN and UP keys
are inoperative. In all cases the ENT or DEL key reverts to
the previous screen.
When the transmitter is operating normally and the highlight cursor is positioned on Present Status, the bottom
LCD line displays “OK” because no diagnostic indicators
are active.
EVENT HISTORY – This menu displays the parameters
related to diagnostic event logging.
ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS – This menu displays parameters related to some of the advanced diagnostics available
within the Model 706.
INTERNAL VALUES – Displays read-only internal
parameters.
ELEC TEMPERATURES – Displays temperature
information as measured in the potted module in
degrees F or C.
TRANSMITTER TESTS – Allows the user to
manually set the output current to a constant value.
This is a method for the user to verify operation of the
other equipment in the loop.
ECHO CURVES – This menu allows the user to display
the live Echo Curve and Echo Rejection on the LCD.
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ECHO HISTORY SETUP – The Model 706 contains the
unique and powerful feature that allows waveforms to be
automatically captured based on Diagnostic Events, Time or
both. This menu contains those parameters that configure
that feature.
Eleven (11) waveforms can be saved directly into the transmitter.
• Nine (9) Troubleshooting Curves
• One (1) Echo Rejection Curve
• One (1) Reference Curve
TREND DATA – A 15-minute trend of the PV can be
displayed on the LCD.
3.3.5 Troubleshooting Application Issues
There can be numerous reasons for application-related
issues. Media buildup on the probe is covered here.
Media buildup on the probe is typically not a problem in
most cases—ECLIPSE circuitry works very effectively.
Media buildup should be viewed as two types:
• Continuous Film Coating
• Bridging
Film
Coating
3.3.5.1 Model 706 (Dual Element Coaxial or Twin Flexible
probe)
Continuous Film Coating
One type of potential application problem is when the
media forms a continuous coating on the probe. Although
the ECLIPSE Model 706 will continue to measure effectively,
some small inaccuracies may occur as the signal propagation
is affected by the thickness, length, and dielectric constant
of the coating.
It is a very rare case where filming causes a noticeable performance degradation.
Bridging
Bridging
A more common coating problem occurs when the process
medium is viscous or solid enough to actually clog, or
bridge, between the elements. This bridging can cause a
noticeable degradation in performance. For example, high
dielectric media (e.g., water-based) can be detected as level
at the location of the bridging.
Similarly, a problem can develop if the product begins to
build up on the spacers that separate the coaxial probe elements. High dielectric media (e.g., water-based) will cause
the greatest error.
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Single rod GWR probes are typically the best probes for
applications with potential buildup, but other factors in the
application must be considered (such as mounting, sensitivity, etc). For this reason, the ECLIPSE Model 706 is offered
with a variety of coaxial, single rod, and Twin Flexible
probes so the correct probe can be used for the given
application.
Refer to Section 3.6.4 for viscosity specifications on the
various ECLIPSE probes.
Contact the factory for any questions regarding
applications with potential coating and buildup.
3.3.5.2 Model 706 (Single Rod Probe)
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The Model 706 and Single Rod probe were designed to
operate effectively in the presence of media building up.
Some expected error may be generated based upon the
following factors:
1. Dielectric of the media that created the coating
2. Thickness of the coating
3. Amount (length) of the coating above the present level
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Coating
Buildup
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Process Seal is
Fully Transparent
Although more immune to thick, viscous, buildup, performance of Single Rod GWR probes is always dependent on
the installation and application. The electromagnetic field
surrounding a single rod probe makes it more vulnerable to
influence from objects in the vicinity of the probe.
NOTE: It is important to note that this influence from the
installation/application also depends on the configuration of
the transmitter. Those devices configured with lower gain will
be less affected by external objects.
Coaxial Probe
Large Impedance
Mismatch
Nozzles
Due to the impedance mismatch that takes place at the end
of a nozzle, they can create false echoes that can cause diagnostic indicators and/or errors in measurement.
As mentioned above, by virtue of the pure physics of the
technology, all single rod GWR probes are influenced by
the application and installation. Mismatches in impedance
along the length of the probe, whether they be expected
(liquid level) or unexpected (metal in close proximity), will
result in reflections.
To better illustrate this, a comparison between a coaxial
probe and single rod probe mounted in the same application
is shown at left.
Standard Single Rod Probe
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Since the outer tube of the coaxial probe is grounded, there
are no proximity affects and there is no influence from the
nozzle. The only reflections along the length of the probe
are expected. Those being the fiducial (reference signal) and
the return signal from the process.
Mismatch Depends
on Mounting
On the other hand, a single rod probe mounted in the exact
same nozzle will have additional (unwanted) reflections
where the probe enters and exits the nozzle. These reflections are a result of the impedance changes that occur at
those points:
• The large reflection is due to the impedance developed
between the rod and nozzle ID as compared to the impedance developed between the rod and the tank ID. (The larger the nozzle ID, the smaller the reflection).
Single Rod Probe in a Stillwell
One way to eliminate the reflection at the bottom of the
nozzle is to use a continuous stillwell in conjunction with a
caged GWR probe. In doing so, there will be no impedance
changes all the way down the probe.
Refer to Section 3.2.6 for a discussion on overfill-capable
probes for suggestions on how to eliminate these unwanted
single rod reflections. MAGNETROL is unique in the fact
that we offer a special caged probe that, when installed
properly, has no unwanted reflections.
Caged Probe
(waveform is similar to that of a coaxial probe)
Obstructions
Metallic obstructions in the vicinity of a single rod probe
can also affect the performance. If the level reading repeatedly locks on to a specific level higher than the actual level,
it may be caused by a metallic obstruction. Obstructions in
the vessel (e.g., pipes, ladders) that are located close to the
probe may cause the instrument to show them as level.
Nozzles
• 2" Diameter minimum
• Ratio of Diameter:
Length should be >1:1
• Do not use Pipe Reducers (restriction)
Obstruction
Refer to the Probe Clearance Table for recommended clearance distances. The distances shown in this table can be dramatically reduced by utilizing the Echo Rejection feature
(within the transmitter or) in PACTware and the ECLIPSE
Model 706 DTM.
NOTE: Use caution when rejecting large positive going signals as the
negative going level signal can be lost when passing through
them.
PROBE CLEARANCE TABLE
Distance
to Probe
<6" (15 cm)
Acceptable Objects
Continuous, smooth, parallel conductive surface, for example a metal tank wall;
important that probe does not touch wall
>6" (15 cm) <1" (25mm) diameter pipe and beams, ladder rungs
>12" (30 cm) <3" (75mm) diameter pipe and beams, concrete walls
>18" (46 cm) All remaining objects
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3.4
Configuration Information
This section is intended to offer additional configurationrelated details with respect to some of the parameters
shown in the Menu in Section 2.6.
3.4.1 Level Offset Description
The parameter referred to as Level Offset in the ECLIPSE
Model 706 DEVICE SETUP/BASIC CONFIG menu is
defined as the desired level reading when liquid surface is
at the tip of the probe.
The ECLIPSE Model 706 transmitter is shipped from the
factory with Level Offset set to 0. With this configuration,
all measurements are referenced from the bottom of the
probe. See Example 1.
Level Units = inches
Probe Model = 7YT
Probe Mount = NPT
20 mA
Probe Length = 72 in
Level Offset = 0 in
60"
Dielectric Range =
Above 10
4 mA
24"
10"
4 mA = 24 in
20 mA = 60 in
Example 1
Level Units = inches
Probe Model = 7YT
Probe Mount = NPT
Probe Length = 72 in
20 mA
Level Offset = 10 in
Dielectric Range =
Above 10
60"
4 mA
4 mA = 24 in
24"
10"
Example 2
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20 mA = 60 in
Example 1 (Level Offset = 0 as shipped from factory):
Application calls for a 72-inch Model 7yT coaxial probe
with an NPT process connection. The process medium is
water with the bottom of the probe 10 inches above the
bottom of the tank.
The user wants the 4 mA Set Point (LRV) at 24 inches
and the 20 mA Set Point (URV) at 60 inches as
referenced from the bottom of the probe.
In those applications in which it is desired to reference all
measurements from the bottom of the vessel, the value of
Level Offset 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 Model 7yT coaxial probe
with an NPT process connection. The process medium is
water with the bottom of the probe 10 inches above the
bottom of the tank.
The user wants the 4 mA Set Point (LRV) at 24 inches
and the 20 mA Set Point (URV) at 60 inches 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 Set Point (LRV) at the lower process connection and the 20 mA Set Point (URV) at the upper
process
connection. The measuring range then becomes the centerto-center dimension. In this case, a negative Level Offset
needs to be entered. In doing so, all measurements are then
referenced at a point up on the probe, as shown in
Example 3.
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Example 3:
Application calls for a 48-inch Model 7yG caged-coaxial
flanged probe measuring water in a chamber with the
bottom of the probe extending 6 inches below the lower
process connection. The user wants the 4 mA point to
be 0 inches at the bottom process connection and the
20 mA point to be 30 inches at the top process connection.
Level Units = inches
Probe Model = 7YG
Probe Mount = Flange
20 mA
Probe Length = 48 in
Level Offset =-6.0 in
30"
3.4.2 End-of-Probe Analysis
Dielectric Range =
Above 10
4 mA
A new addition to the Model 706 ECLIPSE transmitter is a
feature called End-of-Probe Analysis (EoPA).
4 mA = 0in
6"
Located in the DEVICE SETUP/ADVANCED CONFIG
Menu, this feature is patterned after the “Tank-Bottom
Following” algorithms of the early Non-Contact radar
transmitters. When the return signal from the level is lost,
this feature allows the Model 706 transmitter to infer level
measurement based on the apparent location of the end-ofprobe (EoP) signal.
20 mA = 30 in
Example 3
Due to the fact that the propagation of the GWR signal is
affected by the dielectric constant of the medium in which
it is traveling, signals along the probe are delayed in proportion to the dielectric constant. By monitoring the location
of the (delayed) EoP signal and knowing the dielectric constant of the medium, the level signal can be back-calculated,
or inferred.
The End-of-Probe Analysis feature is located in the
Advanced Config menu and requires an Advanced Password
to activate. Several additional parameters will need to be
configured for optimum performance.
NOTE: The accuracy of this level measurement mode is not that of
detecting true product level, and can vary depending on the
process. MAGNETROL recommends that this feature be used
only as last resort for measuring levels in those rare applications in which the level signals are inadequate, even after the
common troubleshooting techniques of gain increase and
threshold adjustment are implemented.
Refer to section 4.0 “Advanced Configuration/
Troubleshooting Techniques” or contact MAGNETROL
Technical Support for additional instructions.
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3.4.3 Echo Rejection
Due to the fact that GWR transmitters are less susceptible
to obstructions in a vessel (as compared with Non-Contact
Radar transmitters) , early versions of the ECLIPSE Model
705 transmitters did not have Echo Rejection capability.
However, due to our vast experience in the field, we have
found that there are (albeit rare) occasions when it is desirable to have the ability to “ignore” unwanted signals along
the probe.
The Model 706 transmitter Echo Rejection feature is
located in the DEVICE SETUP/ADVANCED CONFIG
menu, and requires an Advanced Password to activate. It is
highly recommended that this feature be used with the
waveform capture capability of the Model 706 DTM and
PACTware™.
Refer to Section 4 “Advanced Configuration/
Troubleshooting Techniques” or contact MAGNETROL
Technical Support for additional instructions.
3.4.4 Volumetric Capability
Selecting Measurement Type = Volume and Level allows the
Model 706 transmitter to measure volume as the Primary
Measured Value.
3.4.4.1 Configuration using built-in Vessel Types
The following table provides an explanation of each of the
System Configuration parameters required for volume
applications that use one of the nine Vessel Types.
Configuration Parameter
Volume Units
Vessel Type
Explanation
A selection of Gallons (factory default Volume Unit), Milliliters, Liters, Cubic Feet, or Cubic
Inches, is provided.
Select either Vertical/Flat (factory default Vessel Type), Vertical/Elliptical, Vertical/Spherical,
Vertical/Conical, Custom Table, Rectangular, Horizontal/Flat, Horizontal/Elliptical,
Horizontal/Spherical, or Spherical.
Note: Vessel Dims is the next screen only if a specific Vessel Type was selected. If Custom Table
was selected. Refer to page 61 to select the Cust Table Type and Cust Table Vals.
Vessel Dims
Radius
Ellipse Depth
Conical Height
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See the vessel drawings on the following page for relevant measuring areas.
Used for all Vessel Types with the exception of Rectangular.
Used for Horizontal and Vertical/Elliptical vessels.
Used for Vertical/Conical vessels.
Width
Used for Rectangular vessels.
Length
Used for Rectangular and Horizontal vessels.
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HORIZONTAL/SPHERICAL
SPHERICAL
HORIZONTAL/ELLIPTICAL
VERTICAL/ELLIPTICAL
VERTICAL/SPHERICAL
RECTANGULAR
VERTICAL/FLAT
VERTICAL/CONICAL
HORIZONTAL/FLAT
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3.4.4.2 Configuration using Custom Table
If none of the nine Vessel Types shown can be used, a
Custom Table can be created. A maximum of 30 points can
be used to establish the level to volume relationship. The
following table provides an explanation of each of the
System Configuration parameters for volume applications
where a Custom Table is needed.
Configuration Parameter
Explanation (Custom Volumetric Table)
Volume Units
A selection of Gallons (factory default Volume unit), Milliliters, Liters, Cubic
Feet, or Cubic Inches, is provided.
Vessel Type
Select Custom Table if none of the nine Vessel types can be used.
Cust Table Type
The Custom table points can be a Linear (straight line between adjacent points) or
Spline (can be a curved line between points) relationship. See below drawing for
more information.
Cust Table Vals
A maximum of 30 points can be used in building the Custom table. Each pair of
values will have a level (height) in the units chosen in the Level units screen, and
the associated volume for that level point. The values must be monotonic, i.e.
each pair of values must be greater than the previous level/volume pair. The last
pair of values should have the highest level value and volume value associated
with the level in the vessel.
P9
P8
P2
P7
P6
P5
Transition
point
P4
P3
P1
P1
P2
Use where walls are not perpendicular to base.
Concentrate at least two points at beginning (P1) and end (P9);
and three points at either side of transition points.
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3.4.5 Open Channel Flow Capability
Selecting Measurement Type = Flow allows the Model 706
transmitter to measure flow as the Primary Measured Value.
Open channel flow is performed by using the ECLIPSE
Model 706 to measure the Head in a hydraulic structure.
The hydraulic structure is the primary measuring element,
of which the two most common types are weirs and flumes.
Model 706
Flow
Since the primary element has a defined shape and dimensions, the rate of flow through the flume or over the weir is
related to the Head at a specified measurement location.
The ECLIPSE Model 706 is the secondary measuring
device, which measures the Head of the liquid in the flume
or weir. Open channel flow equations stored in the transmitter firmware convert the measured Head into units of
flow (volume/time).
Parshall
Flume
Open Channel Flow Measurement
Parshall Flume
NOTE: Proper positioning of the Model 706 should be per the recommendation of the flume or weir manufacturer.
Reference
Distance
Model
706
Blocking Distance
10" (250 mm) min.
Water Surface
Throat Section
Head
Flow
Flume (side view)
10" (250 mm)
minimum
Blocking
Distance
Model
706
Water Surface
Crest
Reference
Distance
Head
Weir Plate
Channel Floor
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3.4.5.1 Configuration using Flume/Weir Equations
The following table provides an explanation of each of the
System Configuration parameters required for open channel
flow applications using one of the Flow Elements that are
stored in the firmware.
Configuration Parameter
Explanation
Flow Units
A selection of Gallons/Minute (factory default Flow unit), Gallons/Hour, Mil
Gallons/Day, Liters/Second, Liters/Minute, Liters/Hour, Cubic Meter/Hour,
Cubic Ft/Second, Cubic Ft/Minute, and Cubic Ft/Hour are provided.
Flow Element
Select one of the following primary Flow Elements that are stored in the firmware:
Parshall flume sizes of 1", 2", 3", 6", 9", 12", 18", 24", 36", 48", 60", 72", 96",
120" and 144". Palmer-Bwls (Palmer-Bowlus) flume sizes of 4", 6", 8", 10", 12",
15", 18", 21", 24", 27" and 30". V-notch weir sizes of 22.5O, 30O, 45O, 60O, 90O and
120O. Rect with Ends (Rectangular Weir with End Contractions), Rect w/o Ends
(Rectangular Weir without End Contractions), and Cipoletti weir. Custom Table (see
page 65 can be selected if none of the stored Flow Elements can be used. The
table can be built with a maximum of 30 points. The Model 706 also has the capability of using a Generic Equation (see page 26) for flow calculation.
Weir Crest Length
The Weir Crest Length screen only appears when the chosen Flow Element is
Cipoletti or one of the Rectangular weirs. Input this length in the user-selected
level units.
Flume Channel Width
Allows for entry of the width of the palmer bowlus flume.
V-Notch Weir Angle
Only appears when flow element is V-Notch weir. It allows for the entry of angle of
the V-Notch weir.
Reference Dist
The Reference Distance is measured from the sensor reference point to the point
of zero flow in the weir or flume. This must be measured very accurately in the
user-selected level units.
Maximum Head
Maximum Head is the highest liquid level (Head) value in the flume or weir before
the flow equation is no longer valid. The Maximum Head is expressed in the userselected Level units. The Model 706 will default to the largest Maximum Head value
that is allowed for any given flume or weir. The Maximum Head value can be revised
depending on the value of the Reference Distance, or for end user preference.
Maximum Flow
Maximum Flow is a read-only value that represents the flow value corresponding
to the Maximum Head value for the flume or weir.
Low Flow Cutoff
The Low Flow Cutoff (in user-selected level units) will force the calculated flow
value to zero whenever the Head is below this point. This parameter will have a
default and minimum value of zero.
Weir (side view)
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3.4.5.2 Configuration using Generic Equation
The following table provides an explanation of each of the
System Configuration parameters for Open channel flow
applications using the Generic Equation.
Configuration Parameter
Explanation (Open Channel Flow — using the Generic Equation)
Flow Units
A selection of Gallons/Minute (factory default Flow unit), Gallons/Hour,
Mil Gallons/Day, Liters/Second, Liters/Minute, Liters/Hour, Cubic Meter/Hour,
Cubic Ft/Second, Cubic Ft/Minute, and Cubic Ft/Hour are provided.
Flow Element
Select one of the following primary Flow Elements that are stored in the firmware:
Parshall flume sizes of 1", 2", 3", 6", 9", 12", 18", 24", 36", 48", 60", 72", 96",
120" and 144". Palmer-Bwls (Palmer-Bowlus) flume sizes of 4", 6", 8", 10", 12",
15", 18", 21", 24", 27" and 30". V-notch weir sizes of 22.5O, 30O, 45O, 60O, 90O and
120O. Rect with Ends (Rectangular Weir with End Contractions), Rect w/o Ends
(Rectangular Weir without End Contractions), and Cipoletti weir. Custom Table (see
page 65 can be selected if none of the stored Flow Elements can be used. The
table can be built with a maximum of 30 points. The Model 706 also has the capability of using a Generic Equation (see page 26) for flow calculation.
Generic Eqn Factors
Generic Equation is a discharge flow equation in the form of Q = K(L-CH)Hn, where
Q = flow (Cu Ft/Second), H = Head (Feet), K = a constant, and L, C and n are user
input factors that depend on which Flow Element is being used. Make sure the flow
equation is in the form of Q = K(L-CH)Hn, and proceed to enter the values of K,L,C,H
and n. See example below.
NOTE: The Generic Equation parameters must be entered in Cu Ft/Second
units. The resultant flow is converted by the Model 706 into whatever Flow Units
are selected above. See example below.
Reference Dist
The Reference Distance is measured from the sensor reference point to the point
of zero flow in the weir or flume. This must be measured very accurately in the
user-selected level units.
Maximum Head
Maximum Head is the highest liquid level (Head) value in the flume or weir before
the flow equation is no longer valid. The Maximum Head is expressed in the userselected level units. The Model 706 will default to the largest Maximum Head value
that is allowed for any given flume or weir. The Maximum Head value can be revised
depending on the value of the Reference Distance, or for end user preference.
Maximum Flow
Maximum Flow is a read-only value that represents the flow value corresponding
to the Maximum Head value for the flume or weir.
Low Flow Cutoff
The Low Flow Cutoff (in user-selected level units) will force the calculated flow
value to zero whenever the Head is below this point. This parameter will have a
default and minimum value of zero.
Generic Equation Example (using equation for an 8' rectangular weir w/ end contractions)
Q = Cubic Ft/Second flow rate
L = 8' (weir crest length in feet)
H = Head value
K = 3.33 for Cubic Ft/Second units
C = 0.2 (constant)
n = 1.5 as an exponent
Using the factors above the equation becomes:
Q = K(L-CH)H
n
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The discharge flow value for a Head value of three feet
becomes 128.04 Cubic Ft/Second. If GPM was selected for
the Flow Units, the Model 706 Measured Values screen would
display this value converted to 57,490 GPM.
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3.4.5.3 Configuration using Custom Table
Concentrate points as follows:
A. At least two points at beginning (P1 and P2);
B. At least two points at end (P9 and P10);
C. Three points at approximate average flow rate (for
example, P3, P4, P5); and at transition point (P7)
and points on either side (P6, P8).
The following table provides an explanation of each of the
System Configuration parameters for open channel flow
applications using the Custom Table.
P10
Transition
point
P9
P7
P8
P6
P5
P5
P4 Average flow rate
P3
P4
P2
P1
P3
SPLINE OR LINEAR
P2
SPLINE
Concentrate points along curve
P1
Configuration Parameter
Explanation (Open Channel Flow — Custom Table)
Flow Units
A selection of Gallons/Minute (factory default Flow unit), Gallons/Hour,
Mil Gallons/Day, Liters/Second, Liters/Minute, Liters/Hour, Cubic Meters/Hour,
Cubic Ft/Second, Cubic Ft/Minute, and Cubic Ft/Hour are provided.
Flow Element
Select one of the following primary Flow Elements that are stored in the firmware:
Parshall flume sizes of 1", 2", 3", 6", 9", 12", 18", 24", 36", 48", 60", 72", 96",
120" and 144". Palmer-Bwls (Palmer-Bowlus) flume sizes of 4", 6", 8", 10", 12",
15", 18", 21", 24", 27" and 30". V-notch weir sizes of 22.5O, 30O, 45O, 60O, 90O and
120O. Rect with Ends (Rectangular Weir with End Contractions), Rect w/o Ends
(Rectangular Weir without End Contractions), and Cipoletti weir. Custom Table (see
page 65 can be selected if none of the stored Flow Elements can be used. The
table can be built with a maximum of 30 points. The Model 706 also has the capability of using a Generic Equation (see page 66) for flow calculation.
Custom Table
Cust Table Vals
Reference Dist
Maximum Head
Maximum Flow
Low Flow Cutoff
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The Custom table points can be a Linear (straight line between adjacent points) or
Spline (can be a curved line between points) relationship. Refer to the drawing
above for more information.
A maximum of 30 points can be used in building the Custom table. Each pair of values will have a Head (height) in the units chosen in the Level units screen, and the
associated flow for that Head value. The values must be monotonic, i.e., each pair
of values must be greater than the previous Head/flow pair. The last pair of values
should have the highest Head value (usually the Maximum Head value) and the flow
associated with that Head value.
The Reference Distance is measured from the sensor reference point to the point
of zero flow in the weir or flume. This must be measured very accurately in the
user-selected level units.
Maximum Head is the highest liquid level (Head) value in the flume or weir before
the flow equation is no longer valid. The Maximum Head is expressed in the userselected Level units. The Model 706 will default to the largest Maximum Head value
that is allowed for any given flume or weir. The Maximum Head value can be revised
depending on the value of the Reference Distance, or for end user preference.
Maximum Flow is a read-only value that represents the flow value corresponding
to the Maximum Head value for the flume or weir.
The Low Flow Cutoff (in user-selected level units) will force the calculated flow
value to zero whenever the Head is below this point. This parameter will have a
default and minimum value of zero.
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3.4.6 Reset Function
A parameter labeled “Reset Parameter” is located at the end
of the DEVICE SETUP/ADVANCED CONFIG menu.
In the event a user gets confused during configuration or
advanced troubleshooting, this parameter gives the user the
ability to reset the Model 706 transmitter configuration.
Unique to the Model 706 transmitter is the ability for
MAGNETROL to fully “pre-configure” devices to customer
requests. For that reason, the Reset function will return the
device back to the state at which it left the factory.
It is recommended that MAGNETROL Technical Support
be contacted as the Advanced User password will be
required for this reset.
3.4.7 Additional Diagnostic/Troubleshooting Capabilities
3.4.7.1 Event History
As a means for improved troubleshooting capability, a
record of significant diagnostic events is stored with time
and date stamps. A real time on board clock (which must be
set by the operator), will maintain the current time.
3.4.7.2 Context-sensitive Help
Descriptive information relevant to the highlighted parameter
in the menu will be accessible via the local display and
remote host interfaces. This will most often be a parameterrelated screen, but could also be information about menus,
actions (for example, Loop [Analog Output] Test, resets of
various types), diagnostic indicators, etc.
For example: Dielectric Range — Selects the range bounding
the dielectric constant of the medium in vessel. For interface
measurement mode, it selects the range bounding the
dielectric constant of the lower liquid medium. Some ranges
may not be selectable depending on the probe model.
3.4.7.3 Trend Data
Another new feature to the Model 706 is the ability to log
several measured values (selectable from any of the
primary, secondary, or supplemental measured values) at a
configurable rate (for example, once every five minutes) for
a period ranging from several hours to a number of days
(depending on the configured sample rate and number of
values to be recorded). The data will be stored in nonvolatile memory in the transmitter with date and time
information for subsequent retrieval and visualization using
the associated Model 706 DTM.
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3.5
Agency Approvals
These units are in compliance with the EMC-directive 2004/108/EC, the PED-directive 97/23/EC and the ATEX directive 94/9/EC.
IEC 60079-0: 2001
IEC 60079-15: 2010
IEC 60079-26: 2006
Explosion Proof (with intrinsically Safe Probe)
Non- Incendive
US/Canada:
Class I, Div 1, Group B, C and D, T4
Class I, Zone 1 AEx d/ia [ia IIC Ga] IIB + H2 T4 Gb/Ga
Class I, Zone 1 Ex d/ia [ia IIC Ga] IIB + H2 T4 Gb/Ga
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
Type 4X, IP67
US/Canada:
Class I, II, III, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, T4
Class I, Zone 2 AEx ia/nA [ia Ga] IIC T4 Ga/Gc
Class I, Zone 2 Ex ia/nA [ia Ga] IIC T4 Ga/Gc
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
Type 4X, IP67
Flame Proof
ATEX – FM14ATEX0041X:
II 2/1 G Ex d/ia [ia IIC Ga] IIB + H2 T6 to T1 Gb/Ga
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
IP67
ATEX
II 1/3 G Ex ia/nA [ia Ga] IIC T4 Ga/Gc
Ta = -15ºC to +70ºC
IP67
IEC- IECEx FMG 14.0018X:
Ex d/ia [ia IIC Ga] IIB + H2 T6 to T1 Gb/Ga
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
IP67
IEC – IECEx FMG 14.00018X:
Ex ia/nA [ia Ga] IIC T4 Ga/Gc
Ta = -15ºC to + 70ºC
IP67
Intrinsically Safe
Dust Ignition Proof
US/Canada:
Class I, II, III, Div 1, Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, T4,
Class I, Zone 0 AEx ia IIC T4 Ga
Class I, Zone 0 Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Ta =-40ºC to + 70ºC
Type 4X, IP67
US/Canada:
Class II, III, Division 1, Group E, F and G, T4
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
Type 4X, IP67
ATEX – FM14ATEX0041X:
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
IP67
IEC – IECEx FMG 14.0018X:
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Ta = -40ºC to +70ºC
IP67
ATEX – FM14ATEX0041X:
II 1/2 D Ex ia/tb [ia Da] IIIC T85ºC to T450ºC Da/Db
Ta = -15ºC to +70ºC
IP67
IEC – IECEx FMG 14.0018X:
Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T85ºC to T450ºC Db
Ex ia IIIC T85ºC to T450ºC Da
Ta = -15ºC to +70ºC
IP67
The following approval standards are applicable:
FM3600:2011, FM3610:2010, FM3611:2004, FM3615:2006, FM3616:2011, FM3810:2005, ANSI/ISA60079-0:2013,
ANSI/ISA 60079-1:2009, ANSI/ISA 60079-11:2013, ANSI/ISA 60079-15:2012, ANSI/ISA 60079-26:2011, NEMA 250:2003,
ANSI/IEC 60529:2004, C22.2 No. 0.4:2009, C22.2 No. 0.5:2008, C22.2 No. 30:2007, C22.2 No. 94:2001, C22.2 No. 157:2012,
C22.2 No. 213:2012, C22.2 No. 1010.1:2009, CAN/CSA 60079-0:2011, CAN/CSA 60079-1:2011, CAN/CSA 60079-11:2011,
CAN/CSA 60079-15:2012, C22.2 No. 60529:2005, EN60079-0:2012, EN60079-1:2007, EN60079-11:2012, EN60079-15:2010,
EN60079-26:2007, EN60079-31:2009, EN60529+A1:1991-2000, IEC60079-0:2011, IEC60079-1:2007, IEC60079-11:2011,
IEC60079-15:2010, IEC60079-26:2006, IEC60079-31:2008
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3.5.1 Special Conditions of Use
1. The enclosure contains aluminum and is considered to present a potential risk of ignition by impact or
friction. Care must be taken during installation and use to prevent impact or friction.
2. The risk of electrostatic discharge shall be minimized at installation, following the directions given in the
instructions.
3. Contact the original manufacturer for information on the dimensions of the flameproof joints.
4. For installation with ambient temperature of +70 °C, refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for guidance
on proper selection of conductors.
5. WARNING—Explosion Hazard: Do not disconnect equipment when flammable or combustible atmoshpere
is present.
6. For IEC and ATEX: To maintain the T1 to T6 temperature codes, care shall be taken to ensure the enclosure temperature does not exceed +70 °C.
7. For U.S. and Canada: To maintain the T4 temperature code, care shall be taken to ensure the enclosure
temperature does not exceed +70 °C.
8. Temperature codes for the ratings Ex d/ia [ia IIC] IIB+H2 and Ex ia/tb [ia] IIIC are defined by the following
table:
Process Temperature (PT)
Temperature Code-TCG
(GAS)
Temperature Code-TCD
(Dust)
Up to 75°C
T6
TCD= PT+10K=85°C
From 75°C to 90°C
T5
TCD= PT+10K=100°C
From 90°C to 120°C
T4
TCD= PT+15K=135°C
From 125°C to 185°C
T3
TCD= PT+15K=200°C
From 185°C to 285°C
T2
TCD= PT+15K=300°C
From 285°C to 435°C
T1
TCD= PT+15K=450°C
3.5.2 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.
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3.5.4 Agency Specifications – FM/CSA Intrinsically Safe FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Installation
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3.6
Specifications
3.6.1 Functional/Physical
System Design
Measurement Principle
Guided Wave Radar based on Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)
Input
Measured Variable
Level, as determined by GWR time of flight
Span
6 inches to 100 feet (15 cm to 30 m); Model 7yS Probe 20 feet (610 cm) max.
Output
Type
4 to 20 mA with HART: 3.8 mA to 20.5 mA useable (per NAMUR NE43)
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus: H1 (ITK Ver. 6.1.1)
Modbus RS-485
Resolution
Analog:
Digital Display:
.003 mA
1 mm
Loop Resistance
591 ohms @ 24 VDC and 22 mA
Diagnostic Alarm
Selectable: 3.6 mA, 22 mA (meets requirements of NAMUR NE 43), or HOLD last output
Damping
Adjustable 0 –10 seconds
User Interface
Keypad
4-button menu-driven data entry
Display
Graphic Liquid Crystal Display
Digital Communication
HART Version 7—with Field Communicator, FOUNDATION fieldbus™, AMS, or FDT
DTM (PACTware™), EDDL
Menu Languages
Transmitter LCD: English, French, German, Spanish, Russian
HART DD: English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese
FOUNDATION fieldbus and Modbus Host Systems: English
Power (at transmitter terminals)
HART: General Purpose (Weather proof)/Intrinsically Safe/Explosion-proof:
11 VDC minimum under certain conditions (refer to Section 3.6.11)
FOUNDATION fieldbus™: 9 to 17.5 VDC
FISCO FNICO, Explosion Proof, General Purpose and Weatherproof
Modbus: 8 to 30 VDC
Explosion Proof, General Purpose, and Weatherproof
Housing
Material
Net/Gross Weight
IP67/die cast aluminum A413 (<0.4% copper); optional stainless steel
Aluminum:
Stainless Steel:
4.5 lbs. (2.0 kg)
10.0 lbs. (4.50 kg)
Overall Dimensions
H 8.34" (212 mm) x W 4.03" (102 mm) x D 7.56" (192 mm)
Cable Entry
1
SIL 2 Hardware (Safety Integrity Level)
Safe Failure Fraction = 93% (HART only)
⁄2" NPT or M20
Functional Safety to SIL 2 as 1oo1 in accordance with IEC 61508
(Full FMEDA report available upon request)
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3.6.1 Functional/Physical
Environment
Operating Temperature
-40° to +175° F (-40° to +80° C); LCD viewable -5° to +160° F (-20° to +70° C)
Storage Temperature
-50° to +185° F (-46° to +85° C)
Humidity
0 to 99%, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE requirement (EN 61326) and NAMUR NE 21
NOTE: Single Rod and Twin Cable probes must be used in metallic vessel
or stillwell to maintain CE noise immunity
Surge Protection
Meets CE EN 61326 (1000V)
Shock/Vibration
ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class SA1 (Shock); ANSI/ISA-S71.03 Class VC2 (Vibration)
Performance
Reference Conditions ¿
Reflection from liquid, with dielectric constant in center of selected range,
with a 72" (1.8 m) coaxial probe at +70° F (+20° C), in Auto Threshold Mode
Linearity ¡
Coaxial/Caged Probes:
<0.1% of probe length or 0.1 inch (2.5 mm), whichever is greater
Single Rod in Tanks/Twin Cable:
<0.3% of probe length or 0.3 inch (7.5 mm), whichever is greater
Accuracy
Coaxial/Caged Probes:
±0.1% of probe length or ±0.1 inch (2.5 mm), whichever is greater
Single Rod in Tanks/Twin Cable:
±0.5% of probe length or ±0.5 inch (13 mm), whichever is greater
Interface Operation:
Coaxial/Caged probes: ±1 inch (25 mm) for an interface thickness greater than
2 inches (50 mm)
Twin Flexible probes: ±2 inch (50 mm) for an interface thickness greater than
8 inches (200 mm)
Resolution
±0.1 inch (2.5 mm)
Repeatability
<0.1 inch (2.5 mm)
Hysteresis
<0.1 inch (2.5 mm)
Response Time
Approximately 1 second
Initialization Time
Less than 10 seconds
Ambient Temperature Effect
App. ±0.02% of probe length/degree C (for probes greater than 8 feet (2.5 m))
Process Dielectric Effect ¬
<0.3 inch (7.5 mm) within selected range
™
FOUNDATION fieldbus
ITK Version
6.1.1
H1 Device Class
Link Master (LAS) — selectable ON/OFF
H1 Profile Class
31PS, 32L
Function Blocks
(8) Al, (3) Transducer, (1) Resource, (1) Arithmetic, (1) Input Selector,
(1) Signal Characterizer, (2) PID, (1) Integrator
Quiescent Current
15 mA
Execution Time
15 msec (40 msec PID Block)
Device Revision
01
DD Version
0x01
Modbus
Power Consumption
<0.5W
Signal Wiring
Two-wire half duplex RS-485 Modbus
Ground (common mode) Voltage
±7V
Bus Termination
Per EIA-485
¿ Specifications will degrade in Fixed Threshold mode.
¡ Linearity in top 18 inches (46 cm) of Twin Cable and Single Rod probes in tanks will be application dependent.
¬ Accuracy may degrade when using manual or automatic compensation.
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3.6.2 O-ring (Seal) Selection Chart
Code
“O”-Ring
Material
Max. Process
Temperature
Min. Process Max. Process
Temperature
Pressure
Not Recommended For
Applications
Recommended for Applications
0
Viton® GFLT
400 °F @ 230 psi
(200°C @ 16 bar)
-40° F
(-40° C)
Ketones (MEK, acetone),
skydrol fluids, amines,
1000 psi 70° F anhydrous ammonia, low
(70 bar @
molecular weight esters and
20°C)
ethers, hot hydrofluoric or
chlorosulfuric acids, sour
HCs
1
EPDM
250 °F @ 200 psi
(125 °C @14 bar)
-60° F
(-50° C)
1000 psi 70° F Petroleum oils, di-ester base
(70 bar @
lubricant, steam
20°C)
2
Kalrez 4079
400 °F @ 232 psi
(200 °C @ 16 bar)
-40° F
(-40° C)
1000 psi 70° F
(70 bar @
20°C)
-4° F
(-20° C)
Halogenated HCs, nitro HCs,
phosphate ester hydraulic
1000 psi 70° F
fluids, ketones (MEK,
(70 bar @
acetone), strong acids,
20°C)
ozone, automotive brake
fluid, steam
NACE applications
General purpose sealing,
petroleum oils and fluids, cold
water, silicone greases and oils,
di-ester base lubricants, ethylene
glycol base fluids
®
HSN
3
275 °F @ 320 psi
(Highly Saturated (135 °C @ 22 bar)
Nitrile)
Hot water/steam, hot
aliphatic amines, ethylene
oxide, propylene oxide
4
Buna-N
275 °F @ 320 psi
(135 °C @ 22 bar)
-4° F
(-20° C)
Halogenated HCs, nitro HCs,
phosphate ester hydraulic
1000 psi 70° F
fluids, ketones (MEK,
(70 bar @
acetone),
strong acids,
20°C)
ozone, automotive brake
fluid
5
Neoprene®
300 °F @ 290 psi
(150 °C @ 20 bar)
-65° F
(-55° C)
1000 psi 70° F
(70 bar @
20°C)
Phosphate ester fluids,
ketones (MEK, acetone)
6
Chemraz® 505
400 °F @ 200 psi
(200 °C @ 14 bar)
-20° F
(-30° C)
Acetaldehyde, ammonia +
lithium metal solution,
1000 psi 70° F
(70 bar @
butyraldehyde, di-water,
20°C)
freon, ethylene oxide, liquors,
isobutyraldehyde
7
Polyurethane
200 °F @ 420 psi
(95 °C @29 bar)
-65° F
(-55° C)
1000 psi 70° F
(70 bar @
20°C)
Acids, Ketones,
chlorinated HCs,
General purpose, ethylene
Acetone, MEK, skydrol fluids
Inorganic and organic acids (including
hydro fluids and nitric), aldehydes,
ethylene, organic oils, glycols, silicone
oils, vinegar, sour HCs
Refrigerants, high anline point
petroleum oils, silicate ester
lubricants
Inorganic and organic acids,
alkalines, ketones, esters,
aldehydes, fuels
Hydraulic systems, petroleum oils,
HC fuel, oxygen, ozone
Inorganic and organic acids
(including hydro fluids and nitric),
aldehydes, ethylene, organic oils,
glycols, silicone oils, vinegar, sour
HCs, steam, amines, ethylene oxide,
propylene oxide, NACE applications
8
Aegis PF128 ¿
400 °F @ 232 psi
(200 °C @ 16 bar)
-4° F
(-20° C)
Black liquor, freon 43, freon
1000 psi 70° F
75, galden, KEL-F liquid,
(70 bar @
molten potassium, molten
20°C)
sodium
A
Kalrez 6375
400 °F @ 232 psi
(200 °C @ 16 bar)
-40° F
(-40° C)
1000 psi 70° F
(70 bar @
20°C)
Hot water/steam, hot
aliphatic amines, ethylene
oxide, propylene oxide
Inorganic and organic acids (including
hydro fluids and nitric), aldehydes,
ethylene, organic oils, glycols, silicone
oils, vinegar, sour HCs
D or
N
Glass Ceramic
Alloy
850 °F @ 3600 psi
(450 °C @ 248 bar)
-320° F
(-195° C)
6250 psi 70° F
(431 bar @
20°C)
Hot alkaline solutions HF acid,
media with ph>12,
direct exposure to
saturated steam
General high temperature/high
pressure applications,
hydrocarbons, full vacuum
(hermetic), ammonia, chlorine
®
¿ Maximum +300° F (+150° C) for use on steam.
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3.6.3 Probe Selection Guide
COAXIAL/CAGED GWR PROBE
TWIN CABLE GWR PROBE
SINGLE ROD/CABLE PROBE
signal propagation
signal propagation
signal propagation
Launch
end view
GWR
Description
Probe¿
7yT
7yP
7yD
7yS
7yG
7yL
7yJ
7yF
7yM
7yN
Application
Dielectric
Range ¡¬
Installation
end view Max.
Temperature
Overfill
Vacuum ƒ
Range √
Pressure
Safe
Viscosity
cP (mPa.s)
Coaxial GWR Probes— Liquids
Standard Level/Interface Tank/Chamber ε 1.4 –100 -40° to +400° F
r
Temperature
(-40° to +200° C)
High
-320° to +400° F
ε 1.4 –100 (-196°
Pressure Level/Interface Tank/Chamber r
to +200° C)
High Temp./ Level/Interface Tank/Chamber ε 1.4 –100 -320° to +850° F
r
High Press.
(-196° to +450° C)
Steam
Saturated
-40°
to +750° F ≈
Tank/Chamber εr 10 –100
Probe
Steam
(-40° to +400° C)
1000 psi
(70 bar)
6250 psi
(431 bar)
6250 psi
(431 bar)
3000 psi
(207 bar)
Yes
Yes
500/2000
Full
Yes
500/2000
Full
Yes
500/2000
Full
No ∆
500
Standard
Temperature Level/Interface
High
Pressure Level/Interface
High Temp./ Level/Interface
High Press.
Caged GWR Probes— Liquids
-40° to +400° F
εr 1.4 –100 (-40°
Chamber
to +200° C)
-320°
+400° F
εr 1.4 –100 (-196° toto +200°
Chamber
C)
-320°
to
+850°
εr 1.4 –100 (-196° to +450° C)F
Chamber
1000 psi
(70 bar)
6250 psi
(431 bar)
6250 psi
(431 bar)
Yes
Yes
10000
Full
Yes
10000
Full
Yes
10000
Standard
Temperature
High
Pressure
High Temp./
High Press.
Single Rod Rigid GWR Probes— Liquids
-40° to +400° F 1000 psi
εr 1.7–100 (-40°
Tank
to +200° C) (70 bar)
-320°
+400° F 6250 psi
εr 1.7–100 (-196° toto +200°
Tank
C) (431 bar)
6250 psi
-320°
to
+850°
εr 1.7–100 (-196° to +450° C)F (431
Tank
bar)
Yes
No «
10000
Full
No «
10000
Full
No «
10000
Yes
No «
10000
Full
No «
10000
Yes
No «
10000
Full
No «
10000
Level
Level
Level
Standard
7y1 Temperature
Level
High
7y3
Level
Pressure
Standard
7y4 ➈
Temperature Level/Interface
Temp./
7y6 High
High Press Level/Interface
Single Cable Flexible GWR Probes— Liquids
-40° to +400° F 1000 psi
εr 1.7–100 (-40°
Tank
to +200° C) (70 bar)
-320°
+400° F 6250 psi
εr 1.7–100 (-196° toto +200°
Tank
C) (431 bar)
psi
-40°
to
+400°
F
εr 1.4 –100 (-40° to +200° C) 1000
Chamber
(70 bar)
-320° to +850° F 6250 psi
εr 1.4 –100 (-196°
Chamber
to +450° C) (431 bar)
7y7
Standard
Temperature Level/Interface
Twin Cable Flexible GWR Probes— Liquids
-40° to +400° F 1000 psi
εr 1.7–100 (-40°
Tank
to +200° C) (70 bar)
Yes
No «
1500
7y2
Bulk Solids
Probe
Level
Single Cable Flexible GWR Probes— Solids
-40° to +150° F
εr 4 –100 (-40°
Tank
Atmos.
to +65° C)
No
No «
10000
7y5
Bulk Solids
Probe
Level
Twin Cable Flexible GWR Probes— Solids
-40° to +150° F
εr 1.7–100 (-40°
Tank
Atmos.
to +65° C)
No
No «
1500
¿ 2nd digit A=English, C=Metric
¡ Minimum εr 1.2 with end of probe analysis enabled.
¬ Single rod probes mounted directly into the vessel must be within 3 – 6 inches
of metal tank wall to obtain minimum dielectric of 1.4, otherwise r min = 1.7.
√ Depends on the probe spacer material. Refer to Model Selection for spacer
options.
ƒ ECLIPSE probes containing o-rings can be used for vacuum (negative pressure) service, but only those probes with glass seals are hermetically sealed
to <10-8 cc/sec @ 1 atmosphere helium.
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≈
∆
«
➈
When installed in side-mounted chamber.
Consult factory for overfill applications
Overfill capability can be achieved with software.
Scheduled for future release.
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3.6.4 Probe Specifications
Dual-element Probes
Model
Coaxial / Cage
(7yG, 7yT)
HP Coaxial/Cage
(7yL, 7yP)
HTHP Coaxial/Cage
(7yD, 7yJ)
Steam
(7yS)
Flexible Twin Rod
(7y5, 7y7)
Materials
316/316L SS (Hastelloy
C and Monel opt.)
TFE spacers,
Viton® O-rings
316/316L SS,
Glass Ceramic Alloy,
Inconel
TFE spacers
316/316L SS,
Glass Ceramic Alloy,
Inconel
TFE or Peek™ spacers
316/316L SS,
Peek™, Inconel
Aegis PF 128 O-ring
316/316L SS
FEP Coating
Viton® O-rings
Small Coaxial: .3125" (8 mm) diameter rod, .875" (10 mm) diameter tube
Diameter
Process
Connection
Enlarged Coaxial: .6" (15 mm) dia. rod, 1.75" (44 mm) dia. tube
N/A
Caged: 0.5" – 1.50" (13 – 38 mm) dia. rod
N/A
3
⁄4" NPT, 1" BSP
ANSI or DIN flanges
3
⁄4" NPT, 1" BSP
ANSI or DIN flanges
Transition Zone
(Top)
Transition Zone
(Bottom)
.875" (10 mm) +575°F
1.25" (32 mm) +750°F
3
⁄4" NPT, 1" BSP
ANSI or DIN flanges
2" NPT
ANSI or DIN flanges
8" (200 mm) @
None
6" (150 mm) @ εr = 1.4
1" (25 mm) @ εr = 80.0
Two .25" (6 mm) dia.
cables; .875" (22 mm)
CL to CL
6" (150 mm) @ εr = 1.4
1" (25 mm) @ εr = 80.0
Pull Force/Tension
εr = 80
18" (457 mm)
1" (25 mm)@ εr = 80
12" (305 mm)
7y5: 3000 lbs. (1360Kg)
7y7: 100 lbs. (45Kg)
N/A
NOTE: Transition Zone is dielectric dependent; εr = dielectric permittivity. The transmitter still operates but
level reading may become nonlinear in Transition Zone.
Single Rod Probes
Model
Materials
Diameter
7yF
7yM, 7yN
316/316L SS
316/316L SS, Inconel
316/316L SS,
(Hastelloy® C and
(Hastelloy® C and
Viton® O-rings
Monel optional)
Monel optional)
(optional PFA coating)
Viton®/PEEK™ O-rings Viton®/PEEK™ O-rings
0.5" (13 mm)
Blocking Distance - Top
Process
Connection
7y3, 7y6 Flexible
7y2 Flexible
316/316L SS,
Inconel,
Viton® O-rings
316/316L SS,
Viton® O-rings
0.25" (6 mm)
0–36" (0–91 cm)–Installation dependent (adjustable)
1" NPT (7yF)
ANSI or DIN flange
Transition Zone
(Top)
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7y1 Flexible
2" NPT
ANSI or DIN flange
Application Dependent
Transition Zone
(Bottom)
2" (5 mm) @ εr >10
Pull Force/Tension
N/A
Side Load
Not more than 3" (7.6 cm) deflection at
end of 120" (305 cm) probe
12" (305 mm) minimum
20 lbs. (9 Kg)
3000 lbs. (1360 Kg)
Cable not to exceed 5° from vertical
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
Temperature/Pressure Charts
7yD, 7yJ, 7yN, 7y3 and 7y6
Temperature/Pressure Ratings
6500
6500
6000
6000
Maximum Pressure (PSI)
Maximum Pressure (PSI)
7yL, 7yM and 7yP
Temperature/Pressure Ratings
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
3000
0
100
200
300
500
400
0
200
Temperature (°F)
400
600
1000
800
Temperature (°F)
316/316L SST
Hastelloy C276
Monel 400
316/316L SST
Hastelloy C276
Monel 400
High Pressure Probes
NOTES:
• 7yS steam probes are rated to 2200 psi (155 bar) up to +650° F (+345° C)
• 7y3, 7y6 flexible probes: Pressure is limited by the chamber
• 7y2, 7y5 bulk solids probes: 50 psi (3.45 bar) to +150° F (+65° C)
• High pressure probes with threaded fittings are rated as follows:
7yD, 7yN, 7yP and 7y3 probes with threaded fittings have 3600 psi (248 bar)
rating. 7yM probes with threaded fittings have 2016 psi (139 bar) rating.
Low Pressure
High Pressure Probes
Low Pressure
Temp.
SST
Hastelloy
Monel
All Materials
Temp.
SST
Hastelloy
Monel
All Materials
-40
6000
6250
5000
750
+600
3760
5040
3940
—
+70
6000
6250
5000
1000
+650
3680
4905
3940
—
+100
6000
6250
5000
1000
+700
3620
4730
3920
—
+200
5160
6250
4380
650
+750
3560
4430
3880
—
+300
4660
6070
4080
400
+800
3520
4230
3820
—
+400
4280
5820
3940
270
+850
3480
4060
3145
—
+500
3980
5540
3940
—
3.6.5 Physical Specifications – Transmitter
inches (mm)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.38
(86)
5.09
(129)
9.30
(236)
2 cable
entries
8.34
(212)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
4.03
(102)
45°
Eclipse® Housing
(45° View)
2 cable
entries
Integral Electronics
2.37
(60)
Eclipse® Housing
(45° View)
45°
3.00
(76)
2.00
(51)
3.50
(89)
33 or 144
(838 or 3650)
3.75
(95)
2 Holes
.38 (10) Dia.
4.15
(105)
Eclipse® Remote Configurations
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
75
3.6.6 Physical Specifications – Coaxial Probes
inches (mm)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
9.30
(236)
2 cable
entries
45°
Optional
Flushing Port
1/4" NPT
4.46
(113)
Mounting
Flange
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
45°
2 cable
entries
3.0 (76 mm)
typical
4.18
(106)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.38
(86)
Optional
Flushing Port
1/4" NPT
45°
2 cable
entries
Optional
Flushing Port
1/4" NPT
7.76
(197)
10.45
(265)
3.0 (76 mm)
typical
3.0 (76 mm)
typical
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7yT
with flanged connection
3.38
(86)
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
Mounting
Flange
Model 7yP
with flanged connection
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7yD
with flanged connection
4.18
(106)
A
3.77
(96)
C
9.30
(236)
2 cable
entries
E
B
45°
F
Coaxial GWR Probe,
End View
Dim.
11.55
(293)
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
Small Diameter
A
0.88 (22.5)
B
C
D
E
F
0.31
4.08
0.15
3.78
1.25
(8)
(100)
(4)
(96)
(32)
D
Coaxial Probe Slots
Enlarged (standard)
1.75 (45) - SST
1.92 (49) - HC and Monel
0.63
6.05
0.30
5.45
(16)
(153)
(8)
(138)
——
Model 7yS
with flanged connection
76
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
3.6.7 Physical Specifications – Caged Probes
3.38
(86)
inches (mm)
3.38
(86)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
4.18
(106)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7yG
with flanged connection
10.45
(265)
6.39
(162)
4.70
(119)
Mounting
Flange
45°
2 cable
entries
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7yL
with flanged connection
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7yJ
with flanged connection
Cage Size
Probe Rod Diameter (D)
Spacer Length (L)
2"
0.5 to 0.75" (13 to 19 mm)
1.82" (46 mm)
3"
0.75 to 1.13" (19 to 29 mm)
2.64" (67 mm)
4"
1.05 to 1.50" (27 to 38 mm)
3.60" (91 mm)
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
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3.6.8 Physical Specifications – Single Cable Flexible Probes
3.38
(86)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.38
(86)
inches (mm)
4.18
(106)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
4.53
(115)
10.45
(265)
Mounting
Flange
10.45
(265)
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
⌀ 2.0 (51)
⌀ 0.5 (0.19)
⌀ 2.0 (51)
⌀ 2.0 (51)
3.88
(99)
Probe
Insertion
Length
Model 7y3
with flanged
connection
0.75 (19)
Model 7y1
with flanged connection
3.38
(86)
Mounting
Flange
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
4.18
(106)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
6
(152)
5.46
(139)
4.70
(119)
Mounting
Flange
Ø2
(51)
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
Mounting
Flange
⌀ 2.0 (51)
7y2: SST Weight
5 lbs (2.25 kg)
⌀ 2.0 (51)
Probe
Insertion
Length
78
6.0
(152)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
Model 7y4
with flanged
connection
Model 7y6
with flanged
connection
6.0
(152)
Probe
Insertion
Length
6.0
(152)
Model 7y2
with flanged
connection
Probe
Insertion
Length
6.0
(152)
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
3.6.9 Physical Specifications – Single Rod Rigid Probes
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.38
(86)
inches (mm)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
9.30
(236)
45°
2 cable
entries
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
4.53
(115)
Mounting
Flange
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
⌀ .38
10.45
(265)
8.38
(213)
Mounting
Flange
⌀ .38
Probe
Insertion
Length
(9.6)
(9.6)
Model 7yF
with flanged connection
Model 7yM
with flanged connection
⌀ .50
Probe
Insertion
Length
(13)
Model 7yN
with flanged connection
3.6.10 Physical Specifications – Twin Cable Flexible Probes
inches (mm)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.38
(86)
4.18
(106)
3.77
(96)
3.77
(96)
9.30
(236)
6.00
(152)
9.30
(236)
Ø 2.00
(51)
2 cable
entries
45°
2 cable
entries
45°
5.31
(135)
7y5: SST Weight
5 lbs (2.25 kg)
order code: 004-8778-002
+ 2 x 010-1731-001
Mounting
Flange
Mounting
Flange
Probe
Insertion
Length
0.875 (22.2)
4.54
(115)
Probe
Insertion
Length
Ø 0.50 (13) Rods
0.248 (6.3)
Twin Cable GWR Probe
end view
Model 7y5
with flanged connection
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
Model 7y7
with flanged connection
79
3.6.11
Power Supply Requirements
3.6.11.1
Safe Operating Area
Safe Operating Area
R Loop
591
Ω
Typical HART
4-20 mA
Operating Area
Digital Solar Mode
0
11 V
16.25 V
24 V
36 V
Vsupply
3.6.11.2
Supply Voltage
Operational Mode
Current Consumption
Vmin
Vmax
HART
General Purpose
4mA
20mA
16.25V
11V
36V
36V
Intrinsically Safe
4mA
20mA
16.25V
11V
28.6V
28.6V
Explosion Proof
4mA
20mA
16.25V
11V
36V
36V
Fixed Current-Solar Power Operation (PV transmitter via HART)
General Purpose
10mA¿
11V
36V
Intrinsically Safe
10mA¿
11V
28.6V
Standard
4mA¿
16.25V
36V
Intrinsically Safe
4mA¿
16.25V
28.6V
HART Multi-Drop Mode (Fixed Current)
FOUNDATION fieldbus™ (Future)
Supply Voltage
9V to 17.5V
9V to 17.5V
9V to 17.5V
¿ Start-up current 12 mA minimum.
80
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
3.7
Model Number
3.7.1 Transmitter
1 2 3 | BASIC MODEL NUMBER
706
ECLIPSE 4th Generation Guided Wave Radar (GWR) Level Transmitter
4 | POWER
5
24 VDC, Two-Wire
5 | SIGNAL OUTPUT
1
4 –20 mA with HART
2
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus Communications
4
Modbus Communication
6 | SAFETY OPTIONS
0
None (FOUNDATION fieldbus or Modbus) (5th digit = 2 or 4)
1
SIL 2 Hardware - HART only (5th digit = 1)
7 | ACCESSORIES/MOUNTING
0
No Digital Display or Keypad - Integral
1
No Digital Display or Keypad - 3-foot (1 meter) remote
2
No Digital Display or Keypad - 12-foot (3.6 meter) remote
A
Digital Display and Keypad - Integral
B
Digital Display and Keypad - 3-foot (1 meter) remote
C
Digital Display and Keypad - 12-foot (3.6 meter) remote
8 | CLASSIFICATION
0
General Purpose, Weatherproof (IP 67)
1
Intrinsically Safe (FM & CSA CL 1 Div 1, Grps A, B, C, D)
3
Explosion-proof (FM & CSA CL 1 Div 1, Grps B, C, D)
A
Intrinsically Safe (ATEX/IEC Ex ia IIC T4)
B
Flame-proof (ATEX/IEC Ex d ia IIC T6)
C
Non-sparking (ATEX Ex n IIC T6)
D
Dust Ex (ATEX II)
9 | HOUSING
1
Die-cast Aluminum, Dual-compartment, 45-degree
2
Investment Cast, Stainless Steel, Dual-compartment, 45-degree
10 | CONDUIT CONNECTION
7
0
6
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
8
9
0
1
1
M20
2
1
3
M20 with sunshade
⁄2" NPT
⁄2" NPT with sunshade
10
81
3.7.2 Enlarged Coaxial Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
English
C
Metric
3 | CONFIGURATION/STYLE (RIGID)
D
Enlarged Coaxial, High Temp/High Pressure: Overfill w/Glass Seal (+850° F/+450° C) — Only available with 10th digit N or D
P
Enlarged Coaxial, High Pressure: Overfill w/Glass Seal (+400° F/+200° C) — Only available with 10th digit N or D
T
Enlarged Coaxial, Overfill Standard O-Ring Seal (+400° F/+200° C) — NOT available with 10th digit N or D
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION – SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections)
Threaded
2" NPT Thread ¿
41
42
2" BSP (G1) Thread ¿
ANSI Flanges
150# ANSI RF ¿
300# ANSI RF ¿
5M
3"
1500# ANSI RTJ
600# ANSI RF ¿
5N
3"
2500# ANSI RTJ
4"
150# ANSI RF
2"
600# ANSI RTJ ¿
63
64
4"
300# ANSI RF
53
3"
150# ANSI RF
65
4"
600# ANSI RF
54
3"
300# ANSI RF
66
4"
900# ANSI RF
55
3"
600# ANSI RF
67
4"
1500# ANSI RF
56
3"
900# ANSI RF
68
4"
2500# ANSI RF
57
3"
1500# ANSI RF
6K
4"
600# ANSI RTJ
43
2"
44
2"
45
2"
4K
58
3"
2500# ANSI RF
6L
4"
900# ANSI RTJ
5K
3"
600# ANSI RTJ
6M
4"
1500# ANSI RTJ
5L
3"
900# ANSI RTJ
6N
4"
2500# ANSI RTJ
EN Flanges
DA
DN 50, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
DN 50, PN 25/40 EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
EH
DN 80, PN 320
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DB
DN 80, PN 400
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DD
DN 50, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
EJ
DN 100, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
DE
DN 50, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
FA
FB
DN 100, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
EA
DN 80, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FD
DN 100, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EB
DN 80, PN 25/40 EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FE
DN 100, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
ED
DN 80, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FF
DN 100, PN 160
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EE
DN 80, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FG
DN 100, PN 250
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EF
DN 80, PN 160
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FH
DN 100, PN 320
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EG
DN 80, PN 250
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FJ
DN 100, PN 400
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
Torque Tube Mating Flanges ¡
TT
600# Fisher (249B/259B) in carbon steel
TU
600# Fisher (249C) in stainless steel
UT
600# Masoneilan flange in carbon steel
UU
600# Masoneilan flange in stainless steel
¿ Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
¡ Always check dimensions if ANSI/EN flanges are not used.
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82
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
3.7.2 Enlarged Coaxial Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
K
L
M
N
Industrial
ASME B31.1
ASME B31.3
ASME B31.3 & NACE MR0175/MR0103
NACE MR0175/MR0103
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS — Offset flanges are only available with small coaxial probes
0
None
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - FLANGE/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
B
C
R
S
T
316 SS/316L SS (Probe O.D. 1.75” (45mm))
Hastelloy C (Probe O.D. 1.93” (49mm))
Monel (Probe O.D. 1.93” (49mm))
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange (Probe O.D. 1.75” (45 mm))
Hastelloy C with Carbon Steel Flange (Probe O.D. 1.93” (49mm))
Monel with Carbon Steel Flange (Probe O.D. 1.93” (49mm))
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
1
2
TFE (+400° F/+200° C) — Only available with 3rd digit P or T — εr ≥ 1.4
PEEK HT — Only available with 3rd digit D (+650° F/+345° C) — εr ≥ 1.4
4
Ceramic (High Temp. >+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit D — εr ≥ 2.0
Celazole (+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit D — εr ≥ 1.4
5
None - with metal shorting rod — εr ≥ 1.4 — Future
3
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT — Only available with 3rd digit T
2
Kalrez 4079 — Only available with 3rd digit T
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE) — Only available with 3rd digit T
A
Kalrez 6375 — Only available with 3rd digit T
B
HF Acid Probe — Only available with 3rd digit T and 8th digit C
D
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy (Dual Seal Design with annunciator fitting)
Only available with 3rd digit D or P
N
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy — Only available with 3rd digit D or P
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
0
1
Standard Enlarged Coaxial Probe
Standard Enlarged Coaxial Probe with Flushing Port
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS — See page 70
0
1
2
3
4
Single Length Probe (Non-Segmented)
1-piece Enlarged Segmented Probe OD=2.5”(64mm)
2-piece Enlarged Segmented Probe OD=2.5”(64mm)
3-piece Enlarged Segmented Probe OD=2.5”(64mm)
4-piece Enlarged Segmented Probe OD=2.5”(64mm)
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
inches (012 – 396)
X X X cm (030 – 999)
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
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2
3
4
5
6
7
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
83
3.7.3 Small Coaxial Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
C
English
Metric
3 | CONFIGURATION/STYLE (RIGID)
D
P
S
T
Small Coaxial, High Temp/High Pressure: Overfill w/Glass Seal (+850° F/+450° C) — Only available with 10th digit N or D
Small Coaxial, High Pressure: Overfill w/Glass Seal (+400° F/+200° C) — Only available with 10th digit N or D
Small Coaxial, Saturated Steam +575/650° F (+300/345° C), Max. Length = 240” (610 cm) — Only available with 10th digit N, 9th digit 2 or 3
Small Coaxial, Overfill Standard O-Ring Seal (+400° F/+200° C) — NOT available with 10th digit N or D
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION
Threaded
3
⁄4" NPT Thread ¬
11
ANSI Flanges
2 3 1" 150# ANSI RF ¿ √
38
2 4 1" 300# ANSI RF ¿ √ 3 N
2 5 1" 600# ANSI RF ¿ √
43
2 K 1" 600# ANSI RTJ ¿ √ 4 4
3 3 1 1⁄2" 150# ANSI RF √
45
3 4 1 1⁄2" 300# ANSI RF √
47
3 5 1 1⁄2" 600# ANSI RF √
48
3 K 1 1⁄2" 600# ANSI RTJ √
4K
3 7 1 1⁄2" 900/1500# ANSI RF√ 4 M
3 M 1 1⁄2" 900/1500# ANSI RTJ√ 4 N
EN Flanges
– SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections)
1 1⁄2"
1 1⁄2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2500# ANSI RF √
2500# ANSI RTJ √
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900/1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900/1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
25,
25,
40,
40,
40,
40,
40,
40,
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
PN
16/25/40 EN
63/100 EN
16/25/40 EN
63/100 EN
160
EN
250
EN
320
EN
400
EN
DN
DN
DN
DN
50,
50,
50,
50,
PN
PN
PN
PN
16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
25/40 EN 1092-1 TYPE A
63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DN
DN
DN
DN
50,
50,
50,
50,
PN
PN
PN
PN
160
250
320
400
TT
TU
UT
UU
600#
600#
600#
600#
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
Torque Tube Mating Flanges ¡
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
53
54
55
56
57
58
5K
5L
5M
5N
A¿¬
B2 ¿ ¬
A¬
B2 ¬
B2 ¬
B2 ¬
B2 ¬
B2 ¬
BB
BC
CB
CC
CF
CG
CH
CJ
DA
DB
DD
DE
DF
DG
DH
DJ
EN
EN
EN
EN
1" BSP (G1) Thread ¬
22
EA
EB
ED
EE
EF
EG
EH
E J
FA
FB
FD
FE
FF
FG
FH
FJ
B2
B2
B2
B2
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF
1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900# ANSI RTJ
1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
63
64
65
66
67
68
6K
6L
6M
6N
80, PN 16
80, PN 25/40
80, PN 63
80, PN 100
80, PN 160
80, PN 250
80, PN 320
80, PN 400
100, PN 16
100, PN 25/40
100, PN 63
100, PN 100
100, PN 160
100, PN 250
100, PN 320
100, PN 400
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF
1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900# ANSI RTJ
1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
Fisher (249B/259B) in carbon steel – as per dimensions on page 18
Fisher (249C) in stainless steel – as per dimensions on page 18
Masoneilan flange in carbon steel – as per dimensions on page 18
Masoneilan flange in stainless steel – as per dimensions on page 18
¿
¡
¬
√
Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
Always check dimensions if ANSI/EN flanges are not used.
Not available with 3rd Digit D
Not available with 3rd Digit D or P
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
3.7.3 Small Coaxial Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
K
L
M
N
Industrial
ASME B31.1 (Not available with 4th and 5th digits T or U)
ASME B31.3
ASME B31.3 & NACE MR0175/MR0103
NACE MR0175/MR0103
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS — Offset flanges are only available with small coaxial probes
0
1
2
3
None
Offset (For use with AURORA) — 4" Only available with 3rd digit P, S or T
Offset with 1⁄2" NPT Vent (For use with AURORA) — 4" Only available with 3rd digit P, S or T
Offset with 3⁄4" NPT Vent (For use with AURORA) — 4" Only available with 3rd digit P, S or T
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - FLANGE/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
B
C
R
S
T
316 SS/316L SS
Hastelloy C
Monel — NOT available with 3rd digit S
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange
Hastelloy C with Carbon Steel Flange
Monel with Carbon Steel Flange — NOT available with 3rd digit S
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
TFE (+400° F/+200° C) — Only available with 3rd digit P or T — εr ≥ 1.4
PEEK HT — Only available with 3rd digit D (+650° F/+345° C) — εr ≥ 1.4 or S (+575° F/+300° C)
1
2
Ceramic (Temp. >+650° F/+345° C) — Only available with 3rd digit D — εr ≥ 2.0 or 3rd digit S
None - with metal shorting rod — εr ≥ 1.4 — Future
3
5
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT — NOT available with 3rd digit T
2
Kalrez 4079 — NOT available with 3rd digit T
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE) — NOT available with 3rd digit T
A
Kalrez 6375 — NOT available with 3rd digit T
B
HF Acid Probe — Only available with 3rd digit T and 8th digit C
D
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy (Dual Seal Design with annunciator fitting)
Only available with 3rd digit D or P
N
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy — Only available with 3rd digit D or P
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
2
Small Coaxial (0.875 inches/22 mm)
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS
0
Single Length Probe (Non-Segmented)
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
inches (012 – 240)
cm (030 – 610)
XXX
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
85
3.7.4 Caged Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
English
C
Metric
3 | CONFIGURATION/STYLE (RIGID)
G
Overfill Caged Rigid Probe for use in chambers +400° F (+200° C) — Only available with 2", 3" and 4" flanges
J
Overfill Caged High Temp/High Pressure Probe with Glass Seal for use in chambers +850° F (+450° C)
Only available with 2", 3" and 4" flanges
L
Overfill Caged High Pressure Probe with Glass Seal for use in chambers +400° F (+200° C)
Only available with 2", 3" and 4" flanges
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION – SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections) ¿
ANSI Flanges
43
2"
150# ANSI RF
54
3"
300# ANSI RF
63
4"
150# ANSI RF
44
2"
300# ANSI RF
55
3"
600# ANSI RF
64
4"
300# ANSI RF
45
2"
600# ANSI RF
56
3"
900# ANSI RF
65
4"
600# ANSI RF
47
2"
900/1500# ANSI RF
57
3"
1500# ANSI RF
66
4"
900# ANSI RF
48
2"
2500# ANSI RF
58
3"
2500# ANSI RF
67
4"
1500# ANSI RF
4K
2"
600# ANSI RTJ
5K
3"
600# ANSI RTJ
68
4"
2500# ANSI RF
4M
2"
900/1500# ANSI RTJ
5L
3"
900# ANSI RTJ
6K
4"
600# ANSI RTJ
4N
2"
2500# ANSI RTJ
5M
3"
1500# ANSI RTJ
6L
4"
900# ANSI RTJ
53
3"
150# ANSI RF
5N
3"
2500# ANSI RTJ
6M
4"
1500# ANSI RTJ
6N
4"
2500# ANSI RTJ
EN Flanges
DA
DN 50, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
EF
DN 80, PN 160
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DB
DN 50, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
EG
DN 80, PN 250
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DD
DN 50, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EH
DN 80, PN 320
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DE
DN 50, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
E J
DN 80, PN 400
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DF
DN 50, PN 160
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FA
DN 100, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
DG
DN 50, PN 250
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FB
DN 100, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
DH
DN 50, PN 320
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FD
DN 100, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
DJ
DN 50, PN 400
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FE
DN 100, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EA
DN 80, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FF
DN 100, PN 160
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EB
DN 80, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FG
DN 100, PN 250
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
ED
DN 80, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FH
DN 100, PN 320
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EE
DN 80, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FJ
DN 100, PN 400
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
Torque Tube Mating Flanges ¡
TT
600# Fisher (249B/259B) in carbon steel – as per dimensions on page 18
TU
600# Fisher (249C) in stainless steel – as per dimensions on page 18
UT
600# Masoneilan flange in carbon steel – as per dimensions on page 18
UU
600# Masoneilan flange in stainless steel – as per dimensions on page 18
¿ Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
¡ Always check dimensions if ANSI/EN flanges are not used.
7
1
86
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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3.7.4 Caged Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
Industrial
K
ASME B31.1
L
ASME B31.3
M
ASME B31.3 & NACE MR0175/MR0103
N
NACE MR0175/MR0103
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS
0
None
1
Offset (For use with AURORA)–4” Only available with 3rd digit G and J and 4th digit 6
2
Offset with 1⁄2" NPT Vent (For use with AURORA)–4” Only available with 3rd digit G and J and 4th digit 6
3
Offset with 3⁄4" NPT Vent (For use with AURORA)–4” Only available with 3rd digit G and J and 4th digit 6
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - MFG/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
316 SS/316L SS
B
Hastelloy C
C
Monel
R
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange
S
Hastelloy C with Carbon Steel Flange
T
Monel with Carbon Steel Flange
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
2
PEEK HT (+650° F/+345° C)
3
Ceramic (High Temp.>+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit J
4
Celazole® (+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit J
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT — NOT available with 3rd digit J or L
2
Kalrez 4079 — NOT available with 3rd digit J or L
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE) — NOT available with 3rd digit J or L
A
Kalrez 6375 — NOT available with 3rd digit J or L
B
HF Acid Probe — Only available with 3rd digit G and 8th digit C
D
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy (Dual Seal Design with annunciator fitting) — NOT available with 3rd digit G
N
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy — NOT available with 3rd digit G
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
0
None
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS — See page 94
1
2
3
4
Single Length Removable Probe
2-piece Segmented Probe
3-piece Segmented Probe
4-piece Segmented Probe
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
inches (012 – 288)
cm (030 – 732)
XXX
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
1
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
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8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
87
3.7.5 Single Rod Rigid Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
C
English
Metric
3 | CONFIGURATION/STYLE (RIGID)
F
M
N
Single Rod, Standard (+400° F/200° C) for in-tank applications NOT available with 10th digit N or D
Single Rod, High Pressure Probe with glass seal (+400° F/+200° C), for in-tank applications Only available with 10th digit N or D
Single Rod, High Temp/High Pressure with glass seal (+850° F/+450° C), for in-tank applications Only available with 10th digit N or D
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION – SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections) ¿
Threaded
1" NPT Thread ¡
21
22
1" BSP (G1) Thread ¡
41
2" NPT Thread
42
2" BSP (G1) Thread
ANSI Flanges
33
34
35
43
44
45
47
48
4K
4M
1 1⁄2" 150# ANSI RF ¿ ¬
1 1⁄2" 300# ANSI RF ¿ ¬
1 1⁄2" 600# ANSI RF ¿ ¬
2" 150# ANSI RF ¿
2" 300# ANSI RF ¿
2" 600# ANSI RF ¿
2" 900/1500# ANSI RF
2" 2500# ANSI RF
2" 600# ANSI RTJ
2" 900/1500# ANSI RTJ
4N
53
54
55
56
57
58
5K
5L
5M
2"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
2500# ANSI RTJ
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF
1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900# ANSI RTJ
1500# ANSI RTJ
5N
63
64
65
66
67
68
6K
6L
6M
6N
3"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
ED
EE
EF
EG
EH
E J
FA
FB
FD
FE
FF
FG
FH
FJ
80, PN 63
80, PN 100
80, PN 160
80, PN 250
80, PN 320
80, PN 400
100, PN 16
100, PN 25/40
100, PN 63
100, PN 100
100, PN 160
100, PN 250
100, PN 320
100, PN 400
2500# ANSI RTJ
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF
1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900# ANSI RTJ
1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
EN Flanges
CB
CC
CF
CG
DA
DB
DD
DE
DF
DG
DH
DJ
EA
EB
DN
DN
DN
DN
40,
40,
40,
40,
PN
PN
PN
PN
16/25/40 EN
63/100 EN
160
EN
250
EN
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
A
B2
B2
B2
DN
DN
DN
DN
50,
50,
50,
50,
PN
PN
PN
PN
16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
25/40 EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
DN
DN
DN
DN
50,
50,
50,
50,
PN
PN
PN
PN
160
250
320
400
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
B2
B2
B2
B2
EN
EN
EN
EN
DN 80, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
DN 80, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
¿ Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
¡ Not available with 3rd Digit N or 8th Digit P
¬ Not available with 3rd Digit M or N
7
1
88
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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3.7.5 Single Rigid Rod Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
Industrial
K
ASME B31.1
L
ASME B31.3
M
ASME B31.3 & NACE MR0175/MR0103
N
NACE MR0175/MR0103
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS
0
None
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - MFG/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
316 SS/316L SS
B
Hastelloy C
C
Monel
F
Faced Flange, PFA coated wetted surfaces — Only available with Digit 3rd digit F
P
PFA coated rod — Only available with Digit 3rd digit F
R
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange
S
Hastelloy C with Carbon Steel Flange
T
Monel with Carbon Steel Flange
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
0
None – NOT available with 3rd Digit N
2
PEEK HT (+650° F/+345° C) — Only available with 3rd digit N
3
Ceramic (High Temp.>+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit N
4
Celazole® (+800° F/+425° C) — Only available with 3rd digit N
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT — NOT available with 3rd digit M or N
2
Kalrez 4079 — NOT available with 3rd digit M or N
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE) — NOT available with 3rd digit M or N
A
Kalrez 6375 — NOT available with 3rd digit M or N
D
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy Dual Seal with annunciator
fitting — NOT available with 3rd digit F
N
None/Glass Ceramic Alloy Dual Seal — NOT available with 3rd digit F
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
0
Standard Single Rod
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS
Non-Removable Rod
Only available with PFA Coated Probes(8th digit F or P)
Removable Rod
NOT available with PFA Coated Probes(8th Digit F or P)
0
1
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
inches (012 – 288)
cm (030 – 732)
XXX
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
1
0
2
3
4
5
6
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0
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
89
3.7.6 Single Cable Flexible Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
English
C
Metric
3 | SPECIALTY FLEXIBLE PROBES
1
Single Cable Flexible standard for in-tank applications (+400° F/+200° C)
2
Single Cable Flexible Light Duty Bulk Solids
3
Single Cable Flexible HTHP for in-tank applications (+850° F/+450° C)
4
Single Cable Flexible standard for chamber applications (+400° F/+200° C) — (Future)
6
Single Cable Flexible HTHP for chamber applications (+850° F/+450° C)
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION – SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections)
Threaded
41
2" NPT Thread
ANSI Flanges
43
44
45
47
48
4K
4M
4N
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
150# ANSI RF ¿
300# ANSI RF ¿
600# ANSI RF ¿
900/1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900/1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
EN Flanges
DA
DB
DD
DE
DF
DG
DH
DJ
EA
EB
ED
EE
42
DN 50, PN 16
DN 50, PN 25/40
DN 50, PN 63
DN 50, PN 100
DN 50, PN 160
DN 50, PN 250
DN 50, PN 320
DN 50, PN 400
DN 80, PN 16
DN 80, PN 25/40
DN 80, PN 63
DN 80, PN 100
53
54
55
56
57
58
5K
5L
5M
5N
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
3"
2" BSP (G1) Thread
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF
1500# ANSI RF
2500# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RTJ
900# ANSI RTJ
1500# ANSI RTJ
2500# ANSI RTJ
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¿
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¡
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¡
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¡
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2 ¡
EN 1092-1 TYPE A ¿
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EF
EG
EH
E J
FA
FB
FD
FE
FF
FG
FH
FJ
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
DN
63
64
65
66
67
68
6K
6L
6M
6N
80, PN 160
80, PN 250
80, PN 320
80, PN 400
100, PN 16
100, PN 25/40
100, PN 63
100, PN 100
100, PN 160
100, PN 250
100, PN 320
100, PN 400
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
150# ANSI RF
300# ANSI RF
600# ANSI RF
900# ANSI RF ¡
1500# ANSI RF ¡
2500# ANSI RF ¡
600# ANSI RTJ ¡
900# ANSI RTJ ¡
1500# ANSI RTJ ¡
2500# ANSI RTJ ¡
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
1092-1
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
TYPE
B2
B2
B2
B2
A
A
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¿ Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
¡ Only available with 3rd Digit 3 or 6
7
1
90
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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3.7.6 Single Flexible Cable Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
Industrial
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS
0
None
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - MFG/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
316 SS/316L SS
F
Faced Flange, PFA Coated Wetted Surfaces — Only available with 3rd digit 1
R
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
0
None
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT
2
Kalrez 4079
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE)
A
Kalrez 6375
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
3
Flexible Cable Probe
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS
0
Non-removable Probe Cable
Only available with 3rd digit 2 or 8th digit F
1
Removable Single-piece Probe Cable
Only available with 3rd digit 1, 3 and 6
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
feet (003 – 100)
meters (001 – 030)
XXX
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
6
7
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
0
8
9
3
10
11
12
13
14
15
91
3.7.7 Twin Cable Flexible Probe
1 | TECHNOLOGY
7
ECLIPSE GWR Probes - Model 706
2 | MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
A
English
C
Metric
3 | SPECIALTY FLEXIBLE PROBES
5
Twin Flexible Light Duty Bulk Solids with FEP Webbing
7
Twin Flexible - 316 SS with FEP Webbing
4 5 | PROCESS CONNECTION – SIZE/TYPE (consult factory for other process connections)
Threaded ¿
21
41
1" NPT Thread (7yF and 7yM only)
2" NPT Thread
22
42
1" BSP (G1) Thread (7yF and 7yM only)
2" BSP (G1) Thread
ANSI Flanges
53
3"
150 lbs. ANSI RF
54
3"
300 lbs. ANSI RF
55
3"
600 lbs. ANSI RF
63
4"
150 lbs. ANSI RF
64
4"
300 lbs. ANSI RF
65
4"
600 lbs. ANSI RF
EN Flanges
EA
DN 80, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
EB
DN 80, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
ED
DN 80, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
EE
DN 80, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FA
DN 100, PN 16
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FB
DN 100, PN 25/40
EN 1092-1 TYPE A
FD
DN 100, PN 63
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
FE
DN 100, PN 100
EN 1092-1 TYPE B2
¿ Confirm mounting conditions/nozzle diameter to ensure sufficient clearance.
7
1
92
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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3.7.7 Twin Flexible Cable Probe
continued
6 | CONSTRUCTION CODES
0
Industrial
7 | FLANGE OPTIONS
0
None
8 | MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION - MFG/NUT/ROD/INSULATION
A
316 SS/316L SS
R
316 SS/316L SS with Carbon Steel Flange
9 | SPACER MATERIAL
0
None
10 | O-RING MATERIALS/SEAL OPTIONS
0
Viton® GFLT
2
Kalrez 4079 — Only available with 3rd digit 7
8
Aegis PF 128 (NACE) — Only available with 3rd digit 7
A
Kalrez 6375 — Only available with 3rd digit 7
11 | PROBE SIZE/ELEMENT TYPE/FLUSHING CONNECTION
3
Flexible Cable Probe
12 | SPECIAL OPTIONS
0
None
13 14 15 | INSERTION LENGTH
feet (003 – 100)
meters (001 – 030)
XXX
unit of measure determined by
2nd digit of model number
7
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
6
7
57-606 ECLIPSE Model 706 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter
0
8
9
10
3
0
11
12
13
14
15
93
3.7.8 Segmented Probe Options
12th Digit of Model Number
Probe Model
One
Segment
Two
Segments
Three
Segments
Four
Segments
Five
Segments
Six
Segments
Coaxial Models
7yD, 7yP and 7yT
(Enlarged versions only)
(3", DN 80 Process
Connections and larger)
24 – 72"
(60 – 182 cm)
48 – 144"
(120 – 365 cm)
72 – 216"
(180 – 548 cm)
96 – 288"
(240 – 731 cm)
120 – 360"
(305 – 914 cm)
144 – 396"
(365 – 999 cm)
Caged Models
7yG, 7yL and 7yJ
12 – 120"
(30 – 305 cm)
24 – 240"
(60 – 610 cm)
36 – 288"
(90 – 732 cm)
48 – 288"
(120 – 732 cm)
Not Available
Not Available
NOTE: Segments will be evenly divided over the length of the probe.
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Parts
3.8.1 Replacement Parts
5
7
TB1
J1
6
3
-
+
CURRENT LOOP
R
2
1
4
R
Electronics:
Digit:
Part Number:
1
2
3
7 0 6
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Serial Number:
5
(1) Electronic Module
7 7 7
(6) Housing Cover
Digit 5
Digit 6
Replacement Part
1
1
Z31-2849-001
2
0
Z31-2849-002
Digit 7
Digit 8
0, 1 or 2
all
Digit 9
Replacement Part
1
004-9225-002
2
004-9225-003
0, 1 or A
(2) Display Module
1 or 2
7 7
See nameplate, always provide complete part number and
serial number when ordering spares.
X = product with a non-standard customer requirement
Digit 5
7 7 7 7 0 6
Digit 7
Replacement Part
0, 1 or 2
N/A
A, B or C
Z31-2850-001
3
A, B or C
036-4413-005
1
B, C or D
0, 1, 3 or A
B, C or D
036-4413-001
036-4413-008
2
036-4413-002
036-4413-009
(3) Wiring PC Board
Digit 5
Digit 6
Replacement Part
1
1
Z30-9165-001
2
0
Z30-9166-001
4
0
Z31-2859-001
(7) Housing Cover
Digit 9
Replacement Part
1
004-9225-002
2
004-9225-003
Replacement Part
(4) “O”-ring
012-2201-237
(5) “O”-ring
012-2201-237
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Probe:
Digit:
1
Part Number:
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13 14
15
X = product with a non-standard customer requirement
Bottom Spacer for Single Rod GWR Probe
(8) Bottom Spacer + Pin Kit
Digit 3
F or M
➇
N
7yF, 7yM or 7yN single rod
Digit 8
Replacement Part
A or R
089-9114-008
B or S
089-9114-009
C or T
089-9114-010
A or R
089-9114-005
B or S
089-9114-006
C or T
089-9114-007
Cable Weight for Flexible GWR Probe
(9) Cable Weight Assembly
➈
7y1 single cable
Digit 3
Replacement Part
1
089-9120-001
7
089-9121-001
➈
7y7 twin cable
(10) Cable Weight
➉
➉
Digit 3
Replacement Part
2
004-8778-001
5
004-8778-002
11
(11) Cable Clamp
11
7y2 single cable
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Digit 3
Replacement Part
2 or 5
010-1731-001
(ordering quantity: 2)
7y5 twin cable
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4.0
Advanced Configuration/
Troubleshooting Techniques
This section contains information regarding some of the
advanced configuration and troubleshooting capability contained within the Model 706 transmitter. These diagnostic
options are best suited for use with PACTware and the
Model 706 DTM, and should be implemented only after
contacting Magnetrol Technical Support.
4.1
End-of-Probe Analysis (EOPA)
Note that due to the operation of this method, End of
Probe Analysis cannot be applied with interface measurement, applications with a "water" bottoms, or with stratifying liquids. Therefore, EOPA will not be available when
Measurement Type = Interface & Level.
When EOPA is enabled and the calculated (inferred level) is
being used, a diagnostic warning shown as "Inferred Level”
will be present.
4.1.1 Enable EOPA using PACTware
Click on the Device Setup tab, and then select Advanced
Config. In the lower left corner select the correct Polarity
for the End of Probe pulse, then turn on the EoP Analysis.
The Eop Dielectric box will then appear. Fill in the correct
Dielectric of the process medium being measured.
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4.1.2 Enable EOPA using keypad/LCD
From the MAIN MENU, select DEVICE SETUP and
press Enter.
Scroll down to Advanced Config, and then press Enter.
Scroll down to END of PROBE ANALYSIS, and then press
Enter.
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Enter the correct polarity for EoP Polarity, turn on EoP
Analysis, and then enter the correct value for EoP
Dielectric. EoP Dielectric is the dielectric constant of the
process medium being measured.
4.2 Sloped Threshold
The Sloped Threshold option contained in the Model 706
allows the user additional level detection capability by
allowing the threshold to be sloped (bent) around an
unwanted signal. The result is a convenient way to ignore
undesired signals.
The use of PACTware and the Model 706 DTM is recommended for this option.
Using PACTware, click on the Device Setup tab, and then
select Advanced Config.
In the Threshold Settings section, select “Sloped” within in
the Lvl Tresh Mode dropdown box.
Then set the Sloped Start Value, Lvl Tresh Value, and
Sloped End Distance.
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4.3
Echo Rejection
Another way to ignore unwanted signals along the length of
the probe is by utilizing the Echo Rejection feature.
Setup using PACTware
Select the Diagnostics tab and then the Echo Curve tab.
Then click on New Rejection Curve
Click on OK at the loop warning message.
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On the next screen, enter the actual process media location
and then hit OK.
A password window will then appear (unless the password
was previously entered). Enter the password and hit OK.
Then the system calculates the curve, and then saves it. Hit
OK to confirm.
A warning screen is then shown so that the loop can be
returned to automatic control.
At this point the echo rejection curve can be viewed by
selecting Rejection Curve as Curve 2 in the lower left corner
of the screen. The Rejection curve will then be displayed in
red as shown in the screenshot above.
Alternatively, you can follow the procedure below:
Select the Device Setup tab, and then select the Advanced
Config tab. Then click on New Rejection Curve.
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You will get a warning regarding the loop, hit OK. On the
next screen you need to enter the actual media location and
then hit OK.
Next a password window might appear if not already
entered. Then the system calculates the curve, and then
saves it. Hit OK to confirm.
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A warning screen is shown that the loop can be returned to
automatic control.
At this point the echo rejection curve can be viewed by
selecting Rejection Curve as Curve 2 in the lower left corner
of the Echo Curve screen. The Rejection curve will then be
displayed in red as shown in the screenshot below.
4.4
Buildup Detection
A unique feature contained within the Model 706 can be
used to obtain an indication of build-up along the length of
the probe. This can be set as the HART SV or TV which
can be monitored in the control room. An algorithm compares the buildup echo strength as compared to the Lvl
Thrsh Value, and outputs value in percent.
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4.4.1 Buildup Detection Setup using PACTware
Buildup detection is a feature that needs to be turned on in
Advanced Config, see below.
Once turned on progress can be checked in the Advanced
Diagnostics screen, see below.
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4.4.2 Buildup Detection Setup using the Keypad
From the menu select DEVICE SETUP and hit Enter.
Scroll down to Buildup Detection and hit Enter
Select On and hit Enter
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Checking buildup can be done from the main display
screen. First the unit must be set up to display the Buildup
percentage. Go to the main menu and select DEVICE
SETUP then hit Enter.
Scroll down to DISPLAY CONFIG and hit Enter.
Scroll down to Probe Buildup and hit Enter, then select
View. From the main screen the Buildup percentage is now
shown.
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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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Returned within the warranty period; and
2. The factory inspection finds the cause of the claim to
be covered under the warranty.
If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control; or, is NOT covered by the warranty, there will be
charges for labor and the parts required to rebuild or
replace the equipment.
In some cases it may be expedient to ship replacement
parts; or, in extreme cases a complete new control, to
replace the original equipment before it is returned. If this
is desired, notify the factory of both the model and serial
numbers of the control to be replaced. In such cases, credit
for the materials returned will be determined on the basis
of the applicability of our warranty.
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.
No claims for misapplication, labor, direct or consequential damage will be allowed.
Maintenance Policy
With proper ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar (GWR) probe selection, there is virtually no maintenance required for a
Model 706 system. As explained in Section 3.3.5, application-related issues, such as coating or bridging on the probe can
occur. Therefore, although internal diagnostics can be utilized to proactively display overall system degradation, a periodic visual inspection of he probe is recommended. Refer to Section 3.8 for replacement parts.
24/7 Technical Support assistance is available at 1-630-723-6717 or [email protected]
ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar transmitters may be protected by one or more of the following U.S. Patent Nos. US 6,062,095:
US 6,247,362; US 6,588,272; US 6,626,038; US 6,640,629; US 6,642,807; US 6,690,320; US 6,750,808; US 6,801,157;
US 6,867,729; US 6,879,282; 6,906,662. May depend on model. Other patents pending.
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