BE50-660-2 Kotron805

Kotron® 805
Installation and Operating Manual
R.F. Capacitance
Level Transmitter
®
UNPACKING
Unpack the instrument carefully. Make sure all components
have been removed from the foam protection. Inspect all
components for damage. Report any concealed damage to
the carrier within 24 hours. Check the contents of the carton/crates against the packing slip and report any discrepancies to Magnetrol. Check the nameplate model number
to be sure it agrees with the packing slip and purchase
order. Check and record the serial number for future reference when ordering parts.
Nameplate:
- partnumber
- amplifier
- serial n°
- tag n°
These units are in conformity with the
provisions of:
1. The EMC Directive: 2014/32/EU.
0038
The units have been tested to
0344
EN 61326: 1997 + A1 + A2.
2. Directive 2014/34/EU for Equipment or protective system
for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. EC-type
examination certificate number KEMA98ATEX4467X.
3. The PED directive 97/23/EC (pressure equipment directive). Safety accessories per category IV module H1.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR ATEX INTRINSICALLY SAFE USE
1. Because the enclosure of the transmitter is made of aluminium alloy, the transmitter must be installed so, that even in the
event of rare incidents, an ignition source due to impact or friction between the enclosure and iron/steel is excluded.
2. Probes with an insulating layer, used in a potentially explosive atmosphere with gas, vapour or mist of gas group IIC, may
only be used for the measurement of the level of a conductive fluid.
MOUNTING
KOTRON R.F probes
(For installation details see bulletin BE50 - 125)
d1
inactive sheath
Bent probe
Wrong
d1 = d2
d2
Probe with inactive sheath
Stillwell probe
Flexible probe
2 cable entries (one plugged): M20 x 1.5 or 3/4" NPT
(a)
(b)
2
For replacing electronics only:
The electronic insert can easily be removed by loosening the 3 mounting screws
and unplugging the module. The probe wire is fixed to the PCB by means of a
spade plug.
Handtighten or use
Size: 33 mm (1 1/8") or adjustable wrench
Disconnect white probe wire always at the probe - never at the electronics (see
above).
WARNING: Never mount or dismantle a threaded probe by the
upper mounting nut for the amplifier (a), ALWAYS use the lower
probe mounting nut (b).
WIRING
CAUTION: power must be switched OFF before wiring the unit.
TB1
Positive supply to (+) terminal/HART® connection
Negative supply to (-) terminal/HART® connection
min. 11 V DC required
Current
loop test
points
P1
+
LOOP
CURRENT
–
P2
–
IS
IS
+
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Ground wire to green grounding screw or to external
grounding screw
Standard shielded twisted
pair cable
100 %
0%
Ex
Non Ex
Ex
Non Ex
Ex
Galvanic Barrier:
max: 28,6 V DC @ 140 mA
Customer supplied
local current meter
Non Ex
ANALOG I/O
or
DIGITAL I/O
(only for units with HART)
CAUTION: ALWAYS check for proper grounding, Improper grounding will cause malfunction of the unit.
CALIBRATION
NOTE: When connected to an approved barrier, the intrinsically safe electronics of the Kotron 805 allow to remove
both covers with power switched on – even if the area is known to be hazardous
Enter
2 line – 8 characters LCD
Default display cycles every 5 s
through “LEVEL”/“% OUTPUT”/“LOOP”
Returns to default display if after
5 minutes no keystrokes are sensed
Down
Up
Pushbuttons
IMPORTANT: When the amplifier is not connected to a probe, the screen will show "NO LEVEL SIGNAL". Ignore
this message for bench configuration.
3
CALIBRATION - TRANSMITTER WITH LCD SCREENMENU: STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE
Display
Units!
cm
Comment
Press
:
Units!
cm
Press
:
Units
cm
Press
:
The last character on the first line of the display changes to "!". This sign confirms
that the values/choices of the second line can be modified via the and push
buttons.
* Scroll through the choices or increase/decrease the values on the second line
of the display by and pushbuttons.
pushbutton.
* Accept values/choices as selected by
Scroll through the menu.
TERMINOLOGY
Units
cm or Inch
20 mA Level
(100%-point)
Hi Cal
min. 2 % of
probe length
Lo Cal
4 mA Level
(0%-point)
cm or inches
Select the units of measurement in which the unit will be
calibrated and will show values.
20 mA Level =
cm or inches
or 100 % level point, is measured from the end of the
probe. Keep this reference point also for the introduction
of all future values.
Hi Cal
=
cm or inches
High Calibration point is the highest level from which the
calibration is performed. Hi Cal is measured from the end
of the probe.
Lo Cal
=
cm or inches
Low Calibration point is the lowest level from which the
calibration is performed. Lo Cal is measured from the end
of the probe.
4 mA Level =
cm or inches
or 0 % level point, is measured from the bottom of the
probe. The 4 mA level is by preferrence located on the
probe. The unit will not measure below the end of the
probe.
NOTE: The above example shows the end of the probe as reference point. Also the bottom or top of the tank can be used as reference point. Whichever point is used, it must always be used for all further values.
Display
Ent Pass
0
Ent Pass!
1
New Pass
4096
New Pass
0000
4
Action
Comment
"0" means that no password is introduced
Factory default setting
Press
and last character changes into "!"
Enter a value between 1 up to 255
as your personal password with and
Changing password
Display shows an encrypted value, enter your password
or call Magnetrol for assistance to recoop your password
if necessary
Data is protected by a valid
Password
Protect data by new password
Data is not protected
CALIBRATION - TRANSMITTER WITH LCD SCREENMENU: STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE
Screen
Run mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Configuration
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Diagnostics
20
21
22
23
24
*Level*
*%Output*
*Loop*
Level
xx.x cm
%Output
xx.x%
Loop
xx.xx mA
Units
xxx
Action
Transmitter Display
Transmitter Display
Transmitter Display
Transmitter Display
Select units for level
measurement readout.
Comment
Transmitter default display. Level, % Output, and Loop
values cycle every 5 seconds.
Transmitter displays Level measurement in cm or in.
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from the
4-20 mA span.
Transmitter displays Loop measurement (mA).
cm or inches.
= min. required calibration
Lo Cal
xxx.x lu
Enter level value of the low
calibration point
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays capacitance at low calibration point in pF
Hi Cal
xxx.x lu
Enter level value of the high
calibration point
Transmitter Display
Set level at high calibration point
and adapt with Up and Down the displayed value
Transmitter displays capacitance at high calibration point in pF
Set 4mA
xxx.x
Enter the level value for the
4 mA point.
4 mA level cannot be set at a lower level than the end of the probe
Lo Cap
Xxxx pF
Hi Cap
Xxxx pF
Set 20mA
xxx.x
Damping
xx sec
Fault
Choice
Poll Adr
xx
Trim 4
xxxx
Trim 20
xxxx
Enter the level value for the
20 mA point.
Enter the damping factor.
Enter the default value.
Enter HART ID number.
Fine tune the 4 mA point.
Fine tune the 20 mA point.
Set level at low calibration point
and adapt with Up and Down the displayed value
20 mA level cannot be set at a higher level than the top of the
probe
A Damping factor (1-45 seconds) may be added to smooth a
noisy display and/or output due to turbulence.
Select 3.6 mA, 22 mA or HOLD (last value). 3.6 mA is not
valid if unit includes HART.
Select a HART poll address (0-15). Enter 0 for a single
transmitter installation.
Attach a mA meter to the output. If the output does not equal
4.0 mA, adjust the value on the display to equal 4.00 mA.
Attach a mA meter to the output. If the output does not equal
20.0 mA, adjust the value on the display to equal 20.00 mA.
Enter a mA Output value.
Set mA Output to any given value to perform loop test.
Prb Rdg
Xxxx pF
None, do not adjust.
Transmitter displays capacitance at present level
None, do not adjust.
Opn Prb
xxxx tk
None, do not adjust.
Transmitter displays internal timing count with fixed capacitance
(factory diagnostic)
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
Osc Tst
Xxx tk
# Ticks
xxxx
Reint
xxx
Vern.nAa
New Pass
xxx
None, do not adjust.
Reinitialize all values.
None, do not adjust.
Enter new password.
Transmitter displays internal timing count with probe disconnected
(factory diagnostic)
Transmitter displays internal timing count at present level
(factory diagnostic)
Reinitialize - choose YES to reset all configuration values
back to factory defaults.
Transmitter displays version number of firmware
Use arrows to select desired value. Values between 1 and
255
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CALIBRATION USING HART®
IMPORTANT: Check whether your HART® communicator is equiped with the 805 Device Descriptors (DD’s). Older purchased devices may require an update – consult your local HART Service Centre or Magnetrol for further assistance.
-
CONNECTIONS
Connection of your Hart communicator:
• at power terminals (+) and (-) in wiring compartment
• at first junction box between unit and control room.
+
Junction
250 Ω < RL < 450 Ω
+
Control
Room
Display
Power
Supply
Current
Meter
1 Device Setup
2 Level
3 % Output
4 Loop
IMPORTANT: The digital HART® communication is superimposed on the
4-20 mA loop and requires a min. load resistance of 250 Ω and a max load
resistance of 450 Ω.
HART MENU
I/O Start up the device
1 Enter DEVICE SET UP
Press one of the following alphanumeric keys (if no key is sensed after 5 s, the
unit will automatically jump to RUN mode and alternatively show Level/% Output
and Loop signal
1 for entering CALIBRATION (see page 5 for additional information)
2 for entering BASIC SETUP – general HART
3 for ADVANCED SET UP CONFIGURATION (see page 5 for additional information)
4 for entering DIAGNOSTICS (see page 5 for additional information)
5 for entering REVIEW to review all settings.
1 Calibration
2 Basic Setup
3 Advanced Setup/
Configuration
4 Diagnostics
5 Review
6
1 Units
2 Empty Calibration
3 Full Calibration
4 4 mA Set Point
1 Tag
2 Descriptor
3 Date
4 Message
1 Adjust Trim 4 mA
2 Adjust Trim 20 mA
3 4 mA Trim Value
4 20 mA Trim Value
1 Loop Test
2 Error Codes
3 Probe Reading
4 Cap at empty Cal
5 Cap at full Cal
1 Model
2 Manufacturer
3 Dev Id, S/N
4 Tag
5 Descriptor
6 Date
7 Message
8 Units
9 Cap at empty Cal
10 Cap at full Cal
11 4 mA Set Point
5 20 mA Set Point
6 Damping
7 Fault State
8 Date/Time/Initials
5 Final Asmbly Num
6 Poll Address
7 New Password
5 Enter Password
6 Set Magnetrol S/N
7 Set Dev ID Number
1 3.6 mA
2 4 mA
3 20 mA
4 22 mA
5 Other
12 20 mA Set Point
13 Damping
14 Fault State
15 Date/Time/Initials
16 Final Asmbly Num
17 Universal Rev
18 Fld Dev Rev
19 Software Rev
20 Poll Address
21 Num Req Preams
22 Firmware Version
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING SYSTEM PROBLEMS – LCD version
Symptom
Problem
Solution
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP values
are all inaccurate.
Basic configuration data is
questionable.
Check values and recalibrate if
necessary (either or both points).
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and LOOP
values fluctuate.
Turbulence.
Increase the Damping factor until the
readings stabilize.
HART device only: handheld will only
read Universal Commands.
Most current Device Descriptors
(DDs) are not installed in handheld.
LEVEL readings are repeatable but
consistently high or low from actual
by a fixed amount.
Configuration data does not
accurately match tank height.
LOOP value jittery, usually in tenths
or hundredths digit.
Factory settings corrupted.
HART device only; reads Product
information (e.g., Mfgs. ID, Device #,
Serial #, etc.) but will not read any
process variables.
Early HART software does not
account for Mfgs. ID #’s greater
than 63. Magnetrol’s ID is 86.
ERROR MESSAGES – LCD version
Symptom
OSC FAIL
(HART error code = 0x40)
CORRUPT PARAMTRS
(HART error code = 0x10)
805 FAULT
(Open)
805 FAULT
(Shorted)
LEVEL
(Uncal)
ABV RNG
(Above range)
SFWR ERROR
(Software error)
Problem
Recalibrate if necessary.
Check # of Ticks. If the number is
also jittery, consult the Factory.
Contact local HART service center for
the latest DDs.
Contact manufacturer of your HART
master software for upgrade. This is a
shortcoming of early HART master
software.
Solution
malfunctioning analog board and/or
32 pin connector (electronic module)
between electronics and probe.
Check connection between electronics
and probe or replace electronic module.
Probe disconnected.
Check white probe wire
(see page 2) and electronic module.
Configuration parameters may
have been lost.
Check all configuration parameters
and recalibrate if required.
Probe shorted.
Check white probe wire
(see page 2) and probe insulation.
Unit is not calibrated.
Measured capacitance is higher
than 12,000 pF.
Software error.
Enter both Low and High calibration
points.
Consult factory.
Consult factory.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Partn°:
Digit in partn°:
8 0 5
X 1 2 3
5
4 5 6 7
8 9 10
Serial n°:
See nameplate, always provide complete partn° and
serial n° when ordering spares.
X = product with a specific customer requirement
EXPEDITE SHIP PLAN (ESP)
Several parts are available for quick shipment, within max. 1 week after factory receipt of purchase order, through the
Expedite Ship Plan (ESP).
Parts covered by ESP service are conveniently grey coded in the selection tables.
Digit 5
6
4
2
0
5
3
1
1
(1) Electronic module
Digit 6
Replacement part
1
031-2809-003
2
031-2809-023
3
031-2809-033
4
031-2809-043
0
031-2809-002
1
031-2809-001
2
031-2809-021
3
031-2809-031
4
031-2809-041
(2) Wiring PC board
(3) "O"-ring
(4) "O"-ring
Digit 7
0
A
Digit 9
1
2
8
Replacement part
Z30-9106-003
012-2201-237
012-2201-237
(5) Housing cover
Digit 9
Replacement part
1
004-9225-002
2
004-9225-003
1
036-4413-005
2
036-4413-002
(6) Housing cover
Replacement part
004-9225-002
004-9225-003
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART (LCD version)
Start
Unit Equipped
with Display?
No
HART
Communications
OK?
Yes
Yes
Active
HART
No
Display has
Text?
No
Check Voltage at
Terminal Board
No Voltage?
3
See page 12
Yes
Check Power
Supply and Wiring
Yes
Reverse Wiring
Yes
Call Factory
Yes
Check Loop
Current at terminal
Board
Some problems could be
temporarily solved by power
cycling the unit. Please call
factory if this problem persists.
No
Negative
Voltage?
Yes
No
Voltage Above
36 Volts?
No
Faint Display?
Yes
No
No
Loop Current
Above 23 mA?
Failure to Operate
with Correct Loop
Inputs
Good
Display
2
Voltage
< 11V IS or
14.5V XP?
1
Yes
Remove Electronic
Module
Loop Current
Above 1 mA?
No
Yes
See page 11
Loop
Resistance
Wrong?
No
Correct Loop
Resistance
Reseat Boards.
Check Power
Supply and Wiring
Yes
No
No
Display
Working?
Replace Electronic
Module
Yes
Replace Terminal
Board
Retest
9
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART (LCD version)
1
Failure to Operate
with Correct Loop
Inputs
No
Display
Working?
Reseat Boards
Yes
Retest
No
Check Loop
Current at Terminal
Board
Loop Current
Above 23 mA?
Yes
Remove Electronic
Module
Loop Current
Above 1 mA?
Yes
No
Replace Electronic
Module
2
Good
Display
Replace Terminal
Board
Display
Working?
No
Yes
Key Board
Responds?
No
Replace Electronic
Module
Yes
HART
Working?
Retest Unit
Yes
Unit has
HART?
No
Yes
Check Loop
Current at Wiring
Board
Loop Current
22 - 4.0 mA?
Yes
4
See page 11
No
Adjust 4 and 20 mA
No
Correct Address
Yes
Address
Correct?
Unit with Display
Communicates
10
No
Replace Electronic
Module
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART (LCD version)
4
Unit with Display
Communicates
Yes
Corrupt Display
Text?
Yes
Replace Electronic
Module
No
Error
Displayed?
Yes
"Open Probe?"
No
"Above Range?"
"Shorted Probe?"
No
No
Call Factory
Yes
"Software Error?"
No
No
No
No
"Uncal?"
"Corrupt
Parameters?"
Yes
"OSC Fail?"
Yes
Yes
Yes
Check Analog
Parameters
No
Check Calibration
Parameters
Check Probe and
Connectors
Analog Loop
Correct?
No
3
Check Offset and
4-20 mA Set Points
Trim 4-20mA
Retest
No
Same Error
Message?
Yes
Active
HART
Replace Electronic
Module
Yes
No
Display Reading
Correctly?
Yes
Call Factory
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TRANSMITTER SPECIFICATIONS
FUNCTIONAL/PHYSICAL
Description
Specification
Power (at terminals)
General Purpose: 11 to 36 V DC
ATEX Intrinsically Safe: 11 to 28.6 V DC
Output
4-20 mA or 4-20 mA with HART®
3.8 to 20.5 mA useable (meets NAMUR NE 43)
Span
minimum 5 pF - maximum 10.000 pF
Zero and Range
0 mm to 45 m (0' to 150')
Resolution
Analog: 0.01 mA
Digital display: 0,1 cm (0.1")
Loop Resistance
ATEX Intrinsically Safe/General Purpose: 650 Ω @ 24 V DC
Damping
Adjustable 1-45 s
Diagnostic Alarm
Adjustable 3.6 mA, 22 mA, HOLD
(3.6 mA is not valid if unit includes HART®)
Digital Communication (HART®)
Version 5.x
User Interface
3-button keypad and/or HART communicator
Display
2-line x 8-character LCD
Approvals
ATEX II 1 G EEx ia IIC T4 (ambient temperature: -40 °C up to +80 °C)
ATEX II 1 G EEx ia IIC T6 (ambient temperature: -40 °C up to +40 °C)
Electrical Data
Ui = 28,6 V, li = 140 mA, Pi = 1 W
Housing Material
Aluminium A356T6 (< 0.25% copper) or 316 SST (1.4401) / IP 66
Equivalent Data
Ci = 2,2 nF; Li = 0,037 mH
Menu Language
English/Spanish/French or German
Net and Gross Weight
2.70 kg net; 3.20 kg gross
Overall Dimensions
H 214 mm (8.43") x W 111 mm (4.38") x D 188 mm (7.40")
PROCESS CONDITIONS
Description
Specification
Maximum Process Temperature
540 °C @ 35 bar (1000 °F @ 500 PSIG) - depending probe selection
Maximum Process Pressure
345 bar @ 40 °C (5000 PSIG @ 100 °F) - depending probe selection
Storage temperature
-40 °C to +80 °C (-40 °F to +175 °F)
Ambient temperature electronics
-40 °C to +80 °C (-40 °F to +175 °F)
Display not readable below -20 °C (-5 °F)
Humidity
0-99 %, non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Meets CE requirements (EN 61326: 1997 + A1 + A2) and NAMUR NE 21
PERFORMANCE
Description
Specification
Reference conditions
20 °C (70 °F)
Repeatability
+/- 0.1% of span
Accuracy
+/- 0.5% of span or 2.5 mm whichever is greater
Resolution
0.1 pF
Linearity
+/- 0.25% of span
Response time
less than 1 s (adjustable via damping)
Ambient temperature effect
approximately +0.03% per °C
Warm up time
less than 5 s
1200
20 mA
1000
800
Ω
23 mA
650 Ω
600
620 Ω
400
200
0
12
0
10
11
20
24 V DC
30
OUTPUT TABLE
40 V DC
DIMENSIONS in mm (inches)
83
(3.28)
105
(4.12)
45° View
200
(7.88)
126
(4.94)
98
(3.85)
214
(8.43)
111
(4.38)
Kotron 805 Housing
front View
45°
2 cable
entries
Mounting
Flange
220 (8.66)
Probe
Insertion
Length
Insertion
Length
Optional
Mounting
Flange
3/4" NPT
1" NPT
1G (1" BSP)
220 (8.66)
Rigid probe
3/4" NPT
Optional
Anchor
Assembly
5 (0.1875)
6 (0.2500)
124
(4.87)
13 (0.50) - bare probe
16 (0.625) - insulated probe
Kotron 805 Housing
side view
Optional
Mounting
Flange
127
(5.00)
75
(2.95)
34
(1.32)
Flexible probe
Optional
Weight
CONNECTIONS
Insertion
length
Tri-Clamp®
Insertion
length
Threaded
NPT
Insertion
length
Threaded
BSP
Insertion
length
Welded flange ANSI / EN (DIN)
13
IDENTIFICATION
A complete measuring system consists of:
1. Kotron 805 transmitter head/electronics.
2. KOTRON® Probe; a full range of rigid and flexible probes for conductive and non-conductive media is available
(see bulletin BE 50-125).
Rigid probes: from 150 mm (6") to 6000 mm (20') insertion length.
Flexible probes: from 1 m (3,28') to 45 m (150') insertion length.
1. Code for KOTRON® 805 transmitter head/electronics
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
8 0 5
KOTRON® 805 transmitter
POWER
5
24 V DC, two wire loop powered
SIGNAL OUTPUT
0
1
4 - 20 mA analog output
4 - 20 mA analog output with HART® communication
MENU LANGUAGE
0
1
2
3
4
None, for use with blind transmitter (requires HART® communication)
English for use with transmitter with LCD display and keypad
Spanish for use with transmitter with LCD display and keypad
French for use with transmitter with LCD display and keypad
German for use with transmitter with LCD display and keypad
ACCESSORIES
0
A
Blind transmitter (no display/keypad) - requires HART® communication
Digital display and keypad
APPROVAL
1
A
Weatherproof
Intrinsically safe, ATEX II 1G EEx ia II C T6
HOUSING
1
2
Cast aluminium, dual compartiment housing – IP 66
Stainless steel, dual compartiment housing – IP 66
CABLE ENTRY
0
1
8 0 5
5
3/4" NPT (2 entries - one plugged)
M20 x 1.5 (2 entries - one plugged)
complete code for KOTRON® 805 transmitter head/electronics
X = product with a specific customer requirement
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Notes
15
IMPORTANT
SERVICE POLICY
Owners of Magnetrol products 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. Magnetrol International will repair or replace the control, at no cost to
the purchaser, (or owner) other than transportation cost if:
a. Returned within the warranty period; and,
b. The factory inspection finds the cause of the malfunction to be defective material or workmanship.
If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control; or, is NOT covered by the warranty, there will be charges for labour
and the parts required to rebuild or replace the equipment.
In some cases, it may be expedient to ship replacement parts; or, in extreme cases a complete new control, to replace the
original equipment before it is returned. If this is desired, notify the factory of both the model and serial numbers of the
control to be replaced. In such cases, credit for the materials returned, will be determined on the basis of the applicability of
our warranty.
No claims for misapplication, labour, direct or consequential damage will be allowed.
RETURNED MATERIAL PROCEDURE
So that we may efficiently process any materials that are returned, it is essential that a “Return Material Authorisation” (RMA)
form will be obtained from the factory. It is mandatory that this form will be attached to each material returned. This form is
available through Magnetrol’s local representative or by contacting the factory. Please supply the following information:
1. Purchaser Name
2. Description of Material
3. Serial Number and Ref Number
4. Desired Action
5. Reason for Return
6. Process details
Any unit that was used in a process must be properly cleaned in accordance with the proper health and safety standards
applicable by the owner, before it is returned to the factory.
A material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be attached at the outside of the transport crate or box.
All shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid transportation. Magnetrol will not accept collect shipments.
All replacements will be shipped Ex Works.
BULLETIN N°:
EFFECTIVE:
SUPERSEDES:
UNDER RESERVE OF MODIFICATIONS
BE 50-660.2
JANUARY 2016
April 2002
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KINGDOM
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