BE42-683.2 Electric Switch Housings

Series B, C, D, F, O, Q, R,
S, U, W, X, 8 and 9
Installation and Operating Manual
Electric
switch mechanisms
and housings
®
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.
These units are in conformity with the provisions of:
1. Directive 2014/34/EU for equipment or protective system intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. EC-type examination certificate number ISSeP09ATEX024X (Ex d units; applied standards
IEC60079-0:2011 and EN 60079-1:2007) or ISSeP01ATEX027X (Ex i units; applied standards
EN50014+A1+A2:1999, EN50020:1994, EN50284:1999).
2. The PED directive 2014/68/EU (pressure equipment directive). Safety accessories per category IV
module H1.
0038
0344
SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR ATEX INTRINSICALLY SAFE USE
When the enclosure is made of aluminium, if it is mounted in an area where the use of category 1G apparatus is required, it
must be installed such, that, even in the event of rare incidents, ignition sources due to impact and friction sparks are excluded.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Figures 1 & 2 illustrate the simple, reliable operating principle of a float level switch. Switching action is obtained
through the use of a magnetic sleeve (4) and a float (3), displacer or flow sensing element and a switching mechanism (2). These two basic component assemblies are sep2
Pivot
5
4
Return
Spring
1
3
Process
liquid
Figure 1
Rising level
2
Process
liquid
Figure 2
Falling level
arated by a non-magnetic, pressure tight enclosing tube
(5). The switch (2) and magnet (1) are assembled to a
mechanism with a swinging arm which operates on precision stainless steel pivots.
As level of a liquid in a vessel rises (Figure 1), the float rides
on the liquid surface moving the magnetic sleeve upward
in the enclosing tube and into the field of the switch mechanism magnet. As a result, the magnet is drawn in tightly
to the enclosing tube moving the switch adjusting screw
and allowing the activating arm of the snap switch to
move, making or breaking the electrical circuit. As the liquid level recedes (Figure 2), the float and magnetic sleeve
moves downward until the switch magnet releases and is
drawn outward, away from the enclosing tube by a tension
spring. This in turn allows the activating arm of the snap
switch to move, thus reversing switch action.
Switch mechanisms may include a single switch or multiple switches, depending on operational requirements and
switching action desired.
DESCRIPTION
Magnetrol level controls are available with a range of different switch mechanisms—each designed for specific service conditions. A brief description of the individual switch mechanisms and their applications are given below.
Dry contact switches B, C, D, O, Q, S and U
• Series B switches are general purpose with a maximum
liquid temperature rating of +120 °C (+250 °F), see
Figure 3.
• Series C switches are general purpose with a maximum
liquid temperature rating of +230 °C (+450 °F), see
Figure 3.
• Series D switches are designed for DC current applications with a maximum liquid temperature rating of
+120 °C (+250 °F), see Figure 3.
• Series O switches are general purpose with a maximum
liquid temperature rating of +150 °C (+300 °F), used only
in model C10 and C15 units, see Figure 3.
Figure 3
Series B, C, D, O, Q and U
Dry contact hermetically sealed switches W and X
• Series Q switches are general purpose with a maximum
liquid temperature rating of +120 °C (+250 °F), used only
in model C10 and C15 units, see Figure 3.
• Series S switches are general purpose with a maximum
liquid temperature rating of +290 °C (+550 °F), or
designed for DC current applications with a maximum
liquid temperature of +120 °C (+250 °F), used only in
model B40 units, see Figure 4. (= Grp IV switch mech)
• Series U switches have gold alloy contacts and are suitable for applications with a maximum liquid temperature
of +120 °C (+250 °F).
Figure 4
Series S = Grp IV switch mech
Hermetically sealed switches are for use in special applications where hermetically sealed contacts are required.
• Series W switches are suitable for applications with a
maximum liquid temperature of +230 °C (+450 °F).
• Series X switches have gold-plated contacts and are
suitable for applications with a maximum liquid temperature of +230 °C (+450 °F).
Dry contact high temperature switches F, R, 8 and 9
Figure 5
Series W & X
• Series 8 and F switches are hermetically sealed and
designed for high temperature applications up to
+400 °C (+750 °F), see Figure 6.
• Series R switches are designed for the highest temperature applications up to +540 °C (+1000 °F) , see Figure 7.
• Series 9 switches are hermetically sealed and designed
for the highest temperature applications up to +540 °C
(+ 1000 °F), see Figure 8.
Figure 7
Series R
Figure 6
Series 8 & F
Figure 8
Series 9
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MOUNTING
Replacing the complete switch mechanisms
CAUTION: Before attempting to remove a switch mechanism, be certain to pull disconnect switch or otherwise
assure that electrical circuit through control is de-energized.
1. Remove the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
2. Disconnect wiring from supply side of terminal block
on switch mechanism. Note and record lead wire
terminal locations.
3. Loosen screw in split mounting clamp until mechanism
slides freely on enclosing tube, refer to Figure 9.
4. Remove small round head screw securing lower switch
mechanism to baffle plate, refer to Figure 10.
5. Slide switch mechanism off of enclosing tube. If mechanism is to be reused, ensure that it is placed on a
clean surface, free of metallic particles that may be
attracted to the switch magnet.
Figure 9
Mounting screw
6. Loosen mounting screw so that switch frame will fit
over e-tube. Install switch mechanism by sliding it over
the enclosing tube. Slide mechanism down until the
bottom of the frame and terminal block are resting on
the baffle plate. The baffle plate should be resting on
the hub of the housing base.
7. Install and tighten baffle plate screw so that the switch
mechanism may not be separated from the baffle plate.
Tighten the mechanism mounting screw so that the
mechanism is firmly clamped to the enclosing tube.
Baffle plate screw
Figure 10
Baffle plate screw
8. Swing magnet assembly in and out by hand, checking
carefully for any signs of binding.
9. Reattached supply-side wiring to the terminal block.
10. Reinstall the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
11. Reconnect power supply and test switch action under
operating conditions.
Replacing the switches only
1. Disconnect control from power supply.
2. Remove the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
3. Disconnect switch leads from terminal block. Note and
record terminal connections of switch to be replaced.
4. Remove two mounting screws holding existing switch,
refer to Figure 11.
5. Remove existing switch and install replacement switch
in the same position, tightening mounting screws
securely.
NOTE: For proper operation of the replacement
switch, it must actuate in the middle portion of the
pivoted magnet’s swing.
NOTE: If a single switch is being replaced on a
DPDT mechanism, lever of second switch must be
depressed and held to allow for the audible adjustment of new switch, as described above.
d.With new switch in adjustment, release lever of second switch and perform fine-tuning of both switches
to provide simultaneous actuation (clicks).
7. Reinstall the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
8. Reconnect power supply and test switch action by varying liquid level in the vessel or by “gently blowing down”
float chamber.
Adjusting screw
6. Check switch action and adjust as follows:
a. Slowly rotate the pivoted magnet by hand, back and
forth through its angle of swing, listening closely for
the actuating click of the switch in each direction.
Mounting screw
b.Check to see if there is equal overtravel of magnet in
its swing after the switch click in either direction.
c. If switch actuation is not correct, change adjustment
of actuating screw using a 1⁄16" hexagon key wrench,
refer to Figure 11.
4
Figure 11
MOUNTING
Vibration service adjustment
Level controls are frequently used in applications where
vibration is encountered, such as on scrubbers or compressors. Switch mechanisms may require repositioning to
prevent unwanted magnet movement. This position is usually best at right angles to the direction of vibration. The
direction of vibration may be determined by the arrangement of connections to the vessel or the vessels mounting
method. Accordingly, the vibration will tend to be in one
direction only.
Vessel
Baffle plate
Frame mounting screw
Upon determining the vibration direction, switch mechanism(s) may be rotated from an incorrect position (as
shown in Figure 12, illustration is shown as looking at a
control from above), to a correct position as follows:
CAUTION: Before attempting to remove a switch
mechanism, be certain to pull disconnect switch or
otherwise assure that electrical circuit through
control is de-energized.
Incorrect
Direction of vibration
1. Disconnect control from power supply.
2. Remove the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
3. Loosen screw in split mounting clamp until mechanism
turns freely on enclosing tube, refer to Figure 9 on
page 4.
Baffle plate
4. Rotate entire mechanism and bottom baffle plate
together to the correct position.
CAUTION: Be certain power supply wires retain
some slack at new position. Do not pull wires taut.
NOTE: Amount of rotation required will vary with
each installation and may not be as much as shown
in illustration.
5. Check action of switch magnet at new position. When
magnet vibrates from side to side, instead of front to
back, correct position has been attained.
Correct
Direction of vibration
Swing of magnet
Figure 12
Rotation of switch mechanism in vibration
6. Tighten clamp screw on switch mechanism.
7. Reinstall the switch housing cover (see page 15 and up).
8. Reconnect power supply and test switch action under
operating conditions.
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WIRING
Caution: All units are shipped from the factory with the enclosing tube tightened and the switch housing set
screw locked to the enclosing tube. Failure to loosen the set screw prior to repositioning the supply and output
connections may cause the enclosing tube to loosen, resulting in possible leakage of the process liquid or vapor.
The units are shipped with the cable entry of the switch housing placed 90° opposite the tank connections to simplify installation in most cases. If the location of the cable entry on the level switch is appropriate to the installation, proceed to Step 4 to
begin wiring the unit. If another configuration is desired, the switch housing can be easily rotated by first following Steps 1, 2,
and 3.
1. Loosen set screw(s) at base of switch housing. Refer to Figure 13.
2. Switch housing may be rotated 360° to allow correct positioning of cable entry.
3. Tighten set screw(s) at base of switch housing.
4. Unscrew and remove switch housing cover. The threads have been lubricated to facilitate removal.
Caution: DO NOT attempt to unscrew cover of ATEX explosion proof housings before loosening locking screw in
cover (Figure 13 - ATEX cast aluminium) or base (Figure 14 - ATEX cast iron) of housing. ALWAYS retighten locking screw after replacing cover.
Cover locking screw
(ATEX explosion
proof only)
Screw
Set screw
Screw
Figure 13
Cast aluminium switch housing
Locking screw
Figure 14
ATEX cast iron switch housing
NOTE: For supply connections use wire with a minimum rating of 75 °C, as required by process conditions. Use a minimum of 14 AWG wire for power and ground field wires. On high temperature applications (above 120 °C [250 °F] at
mounting flange or bushing), high temperature wire should be used between control and first junction box located in a
cooler area.
5. The switch terminals are located next to the cable entry to facilitate wiring. Bring supply wires through cable entry. Route extra
wire around enclosing tube under the baffle plate, and connect them to the proper terminals. Refer to the wiring diagram.
6. Dress wiring to ensure no interference or contact with the switch actuation arm, or replacement of switch housing cover.
NOTE: Observe all applicable electrical codes and proper wiring procedures.
Prevent moisture seepage into the enclosure by installing approved cable glands.
Caution: For units with explosion proof housing, do not power the unit until the cable gland is sealed and the
enclosure cover is screwed down securely.
7. Replace housing cover and retighten locking screw in case of ATEX explosion proof housing.
8. Test switch action by varying liquid level in the tank or vessel.
NOTE: If switch mechanism fails to function properly, check vertical alignment of control housing.
9. Check cover to base fit to be certain gasketed joint is tight. A positive seal is necessary to prevent infiltration of moisture laden
air or corrosive gasses into switch housing.
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WIRING
Circuits shown are for direct-acting level switches and are reversed in side mounting float-in-tank models, which
utilize a reversing float pivot.
SPDT terminal connections
Single float with one switch or single stage displacer
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6, see Figure 15.
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3, see
Figure 17.
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5.
3. Wiring Diagram is reversed (high level actuation
becomes low level actuation, etc.) when this switch
mechanism is used on side mounted float switches
employing a reversing pivot (Models B40, T52, T62, T63,
T64, etc.).
Close on low level (NC)
Common (C)
Close on high level (NO)
Line
Load
Single float with three switches
or three stage displacer
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2.
3. Unit is shipped with switches positioned for proper
function. Do not change switch spacing.
Upper stage operates
upper switch mechanism
Internal
circuit
4
Close on low level (NC)
Common (C)
5
Load
Close on high level (NO)
6
Line
Figure 15
Single float with one switch or single stage displacer
Middle stage operates
middle switch mechanism
Single float with two switches or dual stage displacer
Close on low level (NC)
Common (C)
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3, see
Figure 16.
Close on high level (NO)
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2.
3. Wiring diagram is reversed (high level actuation
becomes low level actuation, etc.) when this switch
mechanism is used on side mounted float switches
employing a reversing pivot. (Model T67).
Line
Lower stage operates
lower switch mechanism
4. On units with tandem floats, the top float operates the
bottom mechanism while the bottom float actuates the
top mechanism (Model T21).
Upper stage operates
upper switch mechanism
Close on low level (NC)
Common (C)
Close on high level (NO)
Line
Lower stage operates
lower switch mechanism
Close on low level (NC)
Common (C)
Close on high level (NO)
Line
Load
Assem.
A
1
Load
Common (C)
Close on high level (NO)
Internal
circuit
2
Load
Close on low level (NC)
Line
Load
Assem.
B
4
Internal
circuit
5
Load
Load
6
Assem.
A
1
Internal
circuit
2
Load
Load
3
Assem.
B
4
Internal
circuit
5
Load
6
Figure 17
Single float with three switches or three stage displacer
3
Assem.
B
4
Internal
circuit
5
Load
6
Figure 16
Single float with two switches or dual stage displacer
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WIRING
DPDT terminal connections
Single float with one switch or single stage displacer
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3, see
Figure 18.
Three Stage Displacer
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3, see
Figure 20.
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2.
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2.
3. Double pole action is obtained by simultaneous operation of the right and left side single pole double throw
switches.
3. Double pole action is obtained by simultaneous operation of the right and left side single pole switches.
4. Wiring diagram is reversed (close on high becomes
close on low, etc.) when this switch mechanism is used
on side mounted float switches employing a reversing
pivot. (Models B40, T52, T62, T63, T64 etc.)
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
Load
4
1
5
2
6
3
Internal circuit
(right switch)
Close on high level (NO)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Close on low level (NC)
Figure 18
Single float with one switch or single stage displacer
Upper stage operates
upper switch mechanism
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
Load
Load
Load
2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2.
Load
4. Wiring diagram is reversed (close on high becomes
close on low, etc.) when this switch mechanism is used
on side mounted float switches employing a reversing
pivot. (Model T67).
5. On units with tandem floats, the top float operates the
bottom mechanism while the bottom float actuates the
top mechanism. (Model T21).
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
Load
4
1
5
2
6
3
Close on high level (NO)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Close on low level (NC)
Lower stage operates
lower switch mechanism
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
Load
8
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Internal circuit
(right switch)
4
1
5
2
6
3
Load
Load
Internal circuit
(right switch)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Figure 19
Single float with two switches or dual stage displacer
Load
Load
2
6
3
Internal circuit
(right switch)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Close on low level (NC)
Load
4
1
5
2
6
3
Close on high level (NO)
Close on low level (NC)
Close on low level (NC)
Lower stage operates
lower switch mechanism
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
4
1
5
2
6
3
Load
Load
Internal circuit
(right switch)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Common (C)
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
Upper stage operates
upper switch mechanism
5
Close on high level (NO)
Internal circuit
(left switch)
Load
3. Double pole action is obtained by simultaneous operation of the right and left side single pole switches.
1
Middle stage operates
middle switch mechanism
Single float with two switches or dual stage displacer
1. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3, see
Figure 19.
4
Load
Load
Internal circuit
(right switch)
Close on high level (NO)
Common (C)
Close on low level (NC)
Figure 20
Three stage displacer
Load
Load
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Inspect switch mechanisms, terminals and connections regularly. Proof test interval to be determined by application requirements (required reliability, operating conditions, site requirements, etc).
Inspect switch mechanisms, terminals and connections
1. Dry contact switches should be inspected for excessive wear on actuating lever or misalignment of adjustment screw at
point of contact between screw and lever. Such wear can cause false switch actuating levels
2. DO NOT operate your control with defective or maladjusted switch mechanisms.
3. Level controls may sometimes be exposed to excessive heat or moisture. Under such conditions, insulation on electrical
wiring may become brittle, eventually breaking or peeling away. The resulting “bare” wires can cause short circuits.
NOTE: Check wiring carefully and replace at the first sign of brittle insulation.
4. Vibration may sometimes cause terminal screws to loosen. Check all terminal connections to be certain that screws are tight.
NOTE: Spare switches should be kept on hand at all times.
SWITCHES
Switch ratings
SWITCH
SERIES
SWITCH TYPE
C
Micro
B
Micro
D
Micro
F
Hermetic
Q
Micro
O
R
S
S
U
120
Volts AC
240
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
-40 to +120
(-40 to +250)
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
15.00
15.00
-40 to +120
(-40 to +250)
Non-Inductive Amp
10.00
-40 to +230
(-40 to +450)
-45 to +400
(-50 to +750)
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Resistive Amp
Inductive Amp
3.80
2.50
2.50
RATING
480
–
10.00
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4.00¡
2.00¡
15.00
15.00
6.00
5.00
Micro
-40 to +540
(-40 to +1000)
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
Micro
VDC-applications
-40 to +120
(-40 to +250)
Micro
VAC-applications
Micro
(Gold contacts)
8
Hermetic
Hermetic
(Gold contacts)
Hermetic
-40 to +290
(-40 to +550)
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
Inductive Amp
3.80
–
–
-40 to +120
(-40 to +250)
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
-45 to +230
(-50 to +450)
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
-45 to +230
(-50 to +450)
-45 to +400
(-50 to +750)
-45 to +540
(-50 to +1000)
15.00
15.00
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Non-Inductive Amp
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
¿ Max. Process Temperature based on +40 °C (+100 °F) ambient temperature.
¡ 28 VDC.
10.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
–
1.00
–
1.00
0.40
1.00
1.00
–
–
0.50
–
–
–
1.00
0.05
–
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
6.00
5.00
6.00
5.00
15.00
15.00
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Volts DC
120
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
-40 to +120
(-40 to +250)
24
15.00
15.00
Non-Inductive Amp
Inductive Amp
Hermetic
(Silver contacts)
9
LOAD
-40 to +150
(-40 to +300)
Micro
W
X
Process¿
Temperature range
°C (°F)
0.50
–
–
–
–
6.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
–
–
10.00
–
–
–
1.00¡
0.50¡
3.00➂
1.50➂
–
–
3.00
1.00
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.50
–
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.05
240
0.25
0.03
0.50
0.03
2.20
1.50 min
3.00 max
–
1.00
0.05
0.50
0.03
0.40
0.40
–
–
10.00
0.30
0.10
0.50
0.05
1.00
0.50
10.00
2.20
–
–
0.50
–
0.50
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0.25
0.03
0.50
–
1.50 min
3.00 max
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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REPLACEMENT SWITCH MECHANISMS
Magnet strength
Switch mechanisms are provided with different strength magnets as determined by the characteristics of the level switch. A red
or yellow dot is visible on each magnet. When ordering replacement switch mechanisms, be certain to determine the color dot
on the magnet. For these types of switches, the last 3 digits of the model number identify the switch and magnet used on the
control. The correct magnet dot color may be chosen by finding those 3 digits of your model number in the chart. Any model
numbers preceded with an “X” are specially modified controls. Contact the factory for replacement part numbers.
Partn°:
Digit in partn°:
X 1 2 3
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.
Yellow dot magnet replacement mechanisms
Switch
Series
B
C
D
F
8th, 9th & 10th Digit
BAB, BAQ, BA9, BC9, BH9,
BKB, BKQ, BK5, BK9, BU5,
B2B, B2Q
BBB, BBN, BD9, BLB, BL5,
BL9, BV5, B4B, B4N
BCB, BE9, BMB, BM9,
B6B, B65, B75
BB9, BDB, BDQ, BD5, BF9,
BJ9, BNB, BNQ, BN9,
BW5, B8B, B8Q
BEB, BEN, BG9, BOB,
BO5, BP9, BY5, B1B, B1N
CAB, CAQ, CAS, CAT,
CA9, CC9, CH9, CKB,
CKQ, CK5, CK9, CU5,
C2B, C2Q, C2S, C2T
CBB, CBT, CD9, CLB, CL5,
CL9, CV5, C4B, C4T
CCB, CE9, CMB, CM9,
C6B, C65, C75
CB9, CDB, CDQ, CDS,
CDT, CD5, CF9, CJ9, CNB,
CNQ, CN9, CW5, C8B,
C8Q, C8S, C8T
CEB, CET, CG9, COB,
CO5, CP9, CY5, C1B, C1T
DAB, DAQ, DA9, DC9,
DH9, DKB, DKQ, DK5,
DK9, DU5, D2B, D2Q
DBB, DD9, DLB, DL5, DL9,
DV5, D4B
DCB, DE9, DMB, DM9,
D6B, D65, D75
DB9, DDB, DDQ, DD5,
DF9, DJ9, DNB, DNQ,
DN9, DW5, D8B, D8Q
DEB, DG9, DOB, DO5,
DP9, DY5, D1B
FAB, FAQ, FA9, FCB, FC9,
FH9, FKB, FKQ, FK5, FK9,
FU5, F2Q
FBB, FD9, FFB, FLB, FL5,
FL9, FV5
FB9, FDB, FDQ, FD5, FF9,
FGB, FJ9, FNB, FNQ, FN9,
FW5, F8Q
FEB, FG9, FHB, FOB, FO5,
FP9, FY5
FMB, FM9, FSB, FWB, FY9
FHM, FM5, FN5
10
FE9, FTB, FVB, FYB, FZ9
FJM, FP5, FZ5
Switch
Contacts
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
Group IV
DPDT
Group IV
Set points
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
Bottom Mech
089-7401-104
089-7401-122
089-7401-110
089-7401-125
089-7401-106
089-7401-123
089-7401-095
089-7401-098
089-7401-218
089-7401-214
089-7401-220
089-7401-216
Middle Mech
Top Mech
-
-
-
089-7401-103
-
-
089-7401-103
089-7401-104
-
089-7401-122
-
-
-
089-7401-109
-
-
-
089-7401-125
-
089-7401-105
-
-
089-7401-109
-
089-7401-105
089-7401-110
-
089-7401-106
-
089-7401-123
-
089-7401-096
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
089-7401-098
-
-
-
Switch Only
089-7101-020
089-7101-020
089-7101-022
089-7101-022
089-7101-024
089-7101-024
089-7101-041
089-7101-041
089-7101-041
REPLACEMENT SWITCH MECHANISMS
Yellow dot magnet replacement mechanisms
Switch
Series
O
Q
Switch
Contacts
Set points
Bottom Mech
Middle Mech
Top Mech
OEB, OKB, O1B
DPDT
3
3
089-7401-110
089-7401-125
089-7401-109
089-7401-110
QEB, QKB, Q1B
DPDT
3
089-7401-104
089-7401-122
089-7401-103
8th, 9th & 10th Digit
OCB, OMB, O6B
QCB, QMB, Q6B
RA9, RC9, RH9, RKB,
RKQ, RK5, RK9, RU5, R1B,
R1M, R1Q, R1Y, R2B, R2Q
RD9, RLB, RL5, RL9, RV5,
R3B, R3M, R4B
R
RB9, RDB, RDM, RDQ,
RDY, RF5, RF9, RGB, RJ9,
RNB, RNQ, RN5, RN9, R8Q
REB, REM, RG5, RG9,
RHB, ROB, RO5, RP9
DPDT
RFB, RJB, RM9, RSB, RS9
DPDT
Group IV
SAB, SA9, SH9, SKB, S2B
SPDT
Group IV
SAM
3
1
2
1
2
1
UBB, UBT, UD9, ULB, UL5,
UL9, UV5, U4B, U4T
SPDT
UCB, UE9, UMB, UM9,
U6B, U65, U75
UB9, UDB, UDQ, UDS,
UDT, UD5, UF9, UJ9, UNB,
UNQ, UN9, UW5, U8B,
U8Q, U8S, U8T
UEB, UET, UG9, UOB,
UO5, UP9, UY5, U1B, U1T
DPDT
-
-
089-7401-178
-
-
-
089-7401-181
-
-
089-7401-182
-
-
089-7401-126
-
-
089-7401-128
-
-
1
1
UAB, UAQ, UAS, UAT, UA9,
UC9, UH9, UKB, UKQ,
UK5, UK9, UU5, U2B, U2Q,
U2S, U2T
-
1
1
SPDT
Group IV
SEM
089-7401-122
-
SBB, SC9, SK9, SLB, S2R
DPDT
Group IV
089-7401-203
089-7401-122
089-7401-104
-
1
SEB, SF9, SN9, SOB, S8R
089-7401-181
089-7401-125
089-7401-180
DPDT
Group IV
SBM
089-7401-179
089-7401-125
1
SB9, SDB, SJ9, SNB, S8B
SDM
U
SPDT
SPDT
Group IV
RJM, RM5, RS5
S
(DC Volt)
SPDT
RW9, RYB, RY9, R5B, R6B
RW5, RY5, R5M
S
(AC Volt)
SPDT
1
089-7401-204
089-7401-161
089-7401-163
089-7401-162
-
-
-
-
-
089-7401-127
-
-
-
-
-
3
-
189-9107-901
189-9107-901
1
-
-
-
189-9111-901
1
2
2
189-9109-901
189-9111-901
089-7101-020
089-7101-045
089-7101-045
089-7101-045
089-7101-045
089-7101-022
-
-
-
089-7101-022
-
089-7401-129
089-7401-164
Switch Only
089-7101-024
189-9105-901
189-9109-901
189-9105-901
11
REPLACEMENT SWITCH MECHANISMS
Yellow dot magnet replacement mechanisms
Switch
Series
W
8th, 9th & 10th Digit
WAB, WAQ, WAS, WAT,
WA9, WC9, WH9, WKB,
WKQ, WK5, WK9, WU5,
W2B, W2Q, W2S, W2T
WBB, WBT, WD9, WLB,
WL5, WL9, WV5, W4B,
W4T
WCB, WE9, WMB, WM9,
W6B, W65, W75
WB9, WDB, WDQ, WDS,
WDT, WD5, WF9, WJ9,
WNB, WNQ, WN9, WW5,
W8B, W8Q, W8S, W8T
WEB, WET, WG9, WOB,
WO5, WP9, WY5, W1B,
W1T
X
8
XAB, XAQ, XAS, XAT, XA9,
XC9, XH9, XKB, XKQ, XK5,
XK9, XU5, X2B, X2Q, X2S,
X2T
XBB, XBT, XD9, XLB, XL5,
XL9, XV5, X4B, X4T
XCB, XE9, XMB, XM9, X6B,
X65, X75
XB9, XDB, XDQ, XDS, XDT,
XD5, XF9, XJ9, XNB, XNQ,
XN9, XW5, X8B, X8Q, X8S,
X8T
XEB, XET, XG9, XOB, XO5,
XP9, XY5, X1B, X1T
8AB, 8AQ, 8A9, 8C9, 8H9,
8KB, 8KQ, 8K5, 8K9, 8U5,
82B, 82Q
8BB, 8D9, 8LB, 8L5, 8L9,
8V5, 84B
8CB, 8E9, 8MB, 86B, 865,
875, 889
8B9, 8DB, 8DQ, 8D5, 8F9,
8J9, 8NB, 8NQ, 8N9, 8W5,
88B, 88Q
8EB, 8G9, 8OB, 8O5, 8P9,
8Y5, 81B
8FB, 8SB, 8M9, 8Y9, 83B
8HM, 8M5, 8N5
8GB, 8S9, 8TB, 8Z9, 87B
8JM, 8P5, 8Z5
9AB, 9AM, 9AQ, 9AY, 9A9,
9C9, 9H9, 9KB, 9KQ, 9K5,
9K9, 9U5, 92B, 92Q
9
9BB, 9BM, 9D9, 9LB, 9L5,
9L9, 9V5, 94B
9CB, 9CM, 9E9, 9MB, 96B,
965, 975, 989
9B9, 9DB, 9DM, 9DQ, 9DY,
9D5, 9F9, 9J9, 9NB, 9NQ,
9N9, 9W5, 98B, 98Q
9EB, 9EM, 9G9, 9OB, 9O5,
9P9, 9Y5, 91B
9FB, 9M9, 9SB, 9Y9, 93B
9HM, 9M5, 9N5
9GB, 9S9, 9TB, 9Z9, 97B
12
9JM, 9P5, 9Z5
Switch
Contacts
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
Set points
Middle Mech
Top Mech
-
-
3
-
089-7410-003
089-7410-003
1
-
-
-
089-7410-005
-
-
-
089-7412-003
-
-
-
089-7412-005
-
-
1
2
2
1
2
Bottom Mech
089-7410-004
089-7410-005
089-7412-004
3
DPDT
SPDT
DPDT
SPDT
Group IV
DPDT
Group IV
SPDT
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
089-7412-003
089-7412-005
089-7401-185
089-7401-192
1
089-7401-206
1
089-7401-208
1
1
1
2
089-7401-188
089-7401-190
SPDT
Group IV
DPDT
Group IV
1
2
1
1
1
1
-
089-7401-185
-
089-7401-192
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
089-7401-199
-
-
-
089-7401-200
089-7401-201
-
-
089-7401-202
-
-
089-7401-198
3
DPDT
-
-
089-7401-199
089-7401-200
089-7401-211
089-7401-212
-
-
089-7411-001
089-7413-001
089-7412-004
089-7401-186
-
089-7411-001
089-7410-004
-
089-7401-186
Switch Only
089-7413-001
037-4632-001
037-4632-001
037-4632-001
037-4632-001
037-4633-001
089-7401-198
-
-
037-4633-001
037-4633-001
037-4633-001
REPLACEMENT SWITCH MECHANISMS
Red dot magnet replacement mechanisms
Switch
Series
B
8th, 9th & 10th Digit
BAA, BAC, BAP, BCC,
BHC, BKA, BKC, BKP, BK7,
BU7, B2A, B2P
BBA, BBP, BDC, BLA, BLC,
BL7, BV7, B4A, B4P
BCA, BEC, BMA, BMC,
B6A, B67, B77
BBC, BDA, BDP, BD7, BFC,
BJC, BNA, BNC, BNP,
BW7, B8A, B8P
BEA, BEP, BGC, BOA,
BO7, BPC, BY7, B1A, B1P
CAA, CAC, CAL, CAP, CAX,
CCC, CHC, CKA, CKC,
CKP, CK7, CU7, C2A, C2L,
C2P, C2X
C
CBA, CBX, CDC, CLA,
CLC, CL7, CV7, C4A, C4X
DPDT
SPDT
FAA, FAC, FAP, FCA, FCC,
FHC, FKA, FKC, FKP, FK7,
FU7, F2P
SPDT
FBC, FDA, FDP, FD7, FFC,
FGA, FJC, FNA, FNC, FNP,
FW7, F8P
DPDT
FMA, FMC, FSA, FWA,
FYC
FHD, FM7, FN7
FEC, FTA, FVA, FYA, FZC
FJD, FP7, FZ7
UAA, UAC, UAL, UAP, UAX,
UCC, UHC, UKA, UKC,
UKP, UK7, UU7, U2A, U2L,
U2P, U2X
UBA, UBX, UDC, ULA,
ULC, UL7, UV7, U4A, U4X
SPDT
GROUP
IV
DPDT
GROUP
IV
SPDT
UCA, UEC, UMA, UMC,
U6A, U67, U77
UBC, UDA, UDL, UDP,
UDX, UD7, UFC, UJC,
UNA, UNC, UNP, UW7,
U8A, U8L, U8P, U8X
UEA, UEX, UGC, UOA,
UO7, UPC, UY7, U1A, U1X
1
2
Bottom Mech
089-7401-102
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
089-7401-121
089-7401-108
Top Mech
-
-
-
089-7401-101
-
-
-
089-7401-121
-
-
-
089-7401-107
-
-
-
089-7401-124
-
-
-
089-7401-094
-
-
-
089-7401-097
089-7401-107
089-7401-124
089-7401-093
089-7401-097
089-7401-217
-
-
1
089-7401-215
-
-
-
-
-
189-9106-901
-
-
-
189-9110-901
1
2
189-9108-901
1
2
-
189-9106-901
189-9110-901
089-7101-020
089-7101-022
089-7101-022
089-7101-041
089-7101-041
-
-
089-7401-219
089-7101-020
089-7401-108
089-7401-213
1
Switch Only
089-7401-102
1
3
DPDT
Middle Mech
089-7401-101
3
DPDT
FEA, FGC, FHA, FOA, FO7,
FPC, FY7
Set points
3
CBC, CDA, CDL, CDP,
CDX, CD7, CFC, CJC,
CNA, CNC, CNP, CW7,
C8A, C8L, C8P, C8X
FBA, FDC, FFA, FLA, FLC,
FL7, FV7
U
SPDT
CCA, CEC, CMA, CMC,
C6A, C67, C77
CEA, CEX, CGC, COA,
CO7, CPC, CY7, C1A, C1X
F
Switch
Contacts
-
089-7101-041
189-9105-901
189-9108-901
189-9105-901
13
REPLACEMENT SWITCH MECHANISMS
Red dot magnet replacement mechanisms
Switch
Series
W
X
8th, 9th & 10th Digit
WAA, WAC, WAL, WAP,
WAX, WCC, WHC, WKA,
WKC, WKP, WK7, WU7,
W2A, W2L, W2P, W2X
WBA, WBX, WDC, WLA,
WLC, WL7, WV7, W4A,
W4X
WCA, WEC, WMA, WMC,
W6A, W67, W77
XAA, XAC, XAL, XAP, XAX,
XCC, XHC, XKA, XKC, XKP,
XK7, XU7, X2A, X2L, X2P,
X2X
XBA, XBX, XDC, XLA, XLC,
XL7, XV7, X4A, X4X
Switch
Contacts
SPDT
SPDT
XCA, XEC, XMA, XMC,
X6A, X67, X77
8AA, 8AC, 8AP, 8CC, 8HC,
8KA, 8KC, 8KP, 8K7, 8U7,
82A, 82P
8BA, 8DC, 8LA, 8LC, 8L7,
8V7, 84A
SPDT
8CA, 8EC, 8MA, 86A, 867,
877, 88C
8
8BC, 8DA, 8DP, 8D7, 8FC,
8JC, 8NA, 8NC, 8NP, 8W7,
88A, 88P
8EA, 8GC, 8OA, 8O7, 8PC,
8Y7, 81A
8FA, 8SA, 8MC, 8YC, 83A
8HD, 8M7, 8N7
8GA, 8SC, 8TA, 8ZC, 87A
8JD, 8P7, 8Z7
9AA, 9AC, 9AD, 9AP, 9AR,
9CC, 9HC, 9KA, 9KC, 9KP,
9K7, 9U7, 92A, 92P
9BA, 9BD, 9DC, 9LA, 9LC,
9L7, 9V7, 94A
9
9EA, 9ED, 9GC, 9OA, 9O7,
9PC, 9Y7, 91A
9FA, 9MC, 9SA, 9YC, 93A
9HD, 9M7, 9N7
9GA, 9SC, 9TA, 9ZC, 97A
9JD, 9P7, 9Z7
14
Middle Mech
Top Mech
-
-
3
-
089-7410-001
089-7410-001
1
-
-
3
-
089-7412-001
089-7412-001
1
-
-
-
089-7401-184
-
-
-
089-7401-191
-
-
1
2
2
2
Bottom Mech
089-7410-002
089-7412-002
089-7401-183
3
DPDT
SPDT
Group IV
DPDT
Group IV
SPDT
9CA, 9CD, 9EC, 9MA, 96A,
967, 977, 98C
9BC, 9DA, 9DD, 9DP, 9DR,
9D7, 9FC, 9JC, 9NA, 9NC,
9NP, 9W7, 98A, 98P
Set points
1
2
089-7401-184
089-7401-191
1
089-7401-205
1
089-7401-207
1
1
1
2
089-7401-187
089-7401-189
SPDT
Group IV
DPDT
Group IV
1
2
-
-
-
089-7401-194
-
-
-
089-7401-195
089-7401-196
-
-
089-7401-197
-
-
089-7401-194
089-7401-195
1
089-7401-210
-
-
037-4632-001
089-7401-183
-
089-7401-193
089-7401-209
1
-
089-7413-001
089-7412-002
-
1
1
-
089-7411-001
089-7410-002
-
3
DPDT
-
Switch Only
037-4632-001
037-4632-001
037-4632-001
037-4633-001
089-7401-193
-
-
037-4633-001
037-4633-001
037-4633-001
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (standard, NOT for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Switch housing replacement assemblies
When ordering replacement parts for an existing Magnetrol instrument, please specify:
1. Model and serial numbers of control.
2. Description and part number of replacement kit.
The proper replacement switch housing kit and parts can be determined by the last three characters of the model number.
Cast aluminum housings (short and tall)
Die cast aluminum TYPE 4X housing replacements are
available for general purpose or weatherproof installations.
Explosion proof NEMA 7/9 and ATEX housing replacements are available for hazardous atmosphere locations.
Die cast aluminum housings are finished with a baked-on
polyester powder coat paint.
10
1
9
8
2
3
4
7
1. Housing cover
2. Baffle plate
3. Housing base
4. Stopping plug
5. Base lock screw
6
5
6. Base lock screw
7. Base O-ring
8. Cover lock screw
9. Cover O-ring
10. Caution tag
Figure 21
Standard cast aluminium housing (short and tall)
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. In case of ATEX Ex d approved housing, first unlock
cover lock screw (8) before unscrewing the cover (1)
counterclockwise. Lift housing cover straight upwards
to avoid damaging the inside switch mechanism.
3. Replacement of housing base (3) and/or base O-ring
(7).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-2.
3.2 Remove entire switch mechanism (see page 4).
3.3 Loosen base lock screws (5) & (6).
3.4 Slide housing base (3) of enclosing tube.
3.5 O-ring (7) can be accessed/replaced.
4. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
5. Close housing cover (1) clockwise and tighten cover
lock screw (8) in case of ATEX Ex d approved housing.
Replacement housing kits
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT" or "DPDT"
Housing height
"Short" or "Tall"
Housing type
Weatherproof (IP 66)
Switch & housing code
e.g. B2Q, BAQ, B2P, BAP, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for short housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-034
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-039
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-030
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
Housing type
ATEX Ex d, flameproof
Switch & housing code
e.g. BH9, BA9, BHC, BAC, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for short housing
1, 8, 9, 10
089-6582-035
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 8, 9, 10
089-6582-037
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-040
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-041
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
Housing type
ATEX Ex i, intrinsically safe
Switch & housing code
e.g. C2S, CAS, C2L, CAL, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for short housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-036
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-038
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-042
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-043
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
Housing type
FM NEMA 7/9, explosion proof
Switch & housing code
e.g. BKQ, BKP, BKB, BKA, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for short housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-034
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-030
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
15
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (standard, NOT for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Extra tall cast aluminum housings
Die cast aluminum TYPE 4X housing replacements are
available for general purpose or weatherproof installations.
Explosion proof NEMA 7/9 housing replacements are
available for hazardous atmosphere locations. Die cast
aluminum housings are finished with a baked-on polyester
powder coat paint.
10
9
1
8
12
2
11
3
4
7
1. Housing cover
2. Baffle plate
3. Housing base
4. Stopping plug
5. Base lock screw
6. Base lock screw
6
5
7. Base O-ring
8. Cover lock screw (not applicable)
9. Cover O-ring
10. Caution tag
11. Cover extension O-ring
12. Housing extension
Figure 22
Extra tall cast aluminium housing
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. Unscrew the cover (1) and housing extension (12)
counterclockwise and lift housing cover straight
upwards to avoid damaging the inside switch mechanism.
3. Replacement of housing base (3) and/or base O-ring
(7).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) and housing extension (12) - see 1-2.
3.2 Remove entire switch mechanism (see page 4).
3.3 Loosen base lock screws (5) & (6).
3.4 Slide housing base (3) of enclosing tube.
3.5 O-ring (7) can be accessed/replaced.
4. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
5. Close housing cover (1) and housing extension (12)
clockwise.
16
Replacement housing kits
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT" or "DPDT"
Housing height
"X-Tall"
Housing type
Weatherproof (IP 66)
Switch & housing code
e.g. O6B, OCB, O1B, OEB, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Housing extension
12
004-9175-002
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11
089-6582-039
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11
089-6582-030
Cover extension 'O'-ring
11
012-2201-253
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
Housing type
FM NEMA 7/9, explosion proof
Switch & housing code
OMB, OKB, QMB, QKB
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Housing extension
12
004-9175-002
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11
089-6582-030
Cover extension 'O'-ring
11
012-2201-253
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate
2
005-6657-001
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (standard, NOT for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Cast iron housings
Cast iron ATEX Exd housing replacements are available for
hazardous atmosphere locations. The cast iron cover and
base are finished with an epoxy paint.
6
Aluminium / Carbon steel housings
Carbon steel TYPE 4X switch housings are available for
general purpose and weatherproof installations. The housing base is cast from aluminum while the cover is made
from cold rolled steel. The housings are finished with a
baked-on polyester powder coat paint.
6
4
1
2
Housing cover
Baffle plate
Housing base
Cover lock screw
3
3
2
9
7
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
4
8
5
5.
6.
7.
8.
1. Housing cover
2. Baffle plate
3. Housing base
4. Acorn nut
5. Washer
Base lock nut
Caution tag
Nameplate
Cover gasket
8
10
7
6. Seal washer
7. Base O-ring
8. Base lock screw
9. Cover O-ring
10. Nameplate
Figure 24
Standard aluminium /carbon steel housing (short and tall)
Figure 23
Standard cast iron housing
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. First unlock cover lock screw (4) before unscrewing
the cover (1) counterclockwise.
3. Lift housing cover straight upwards to avoid damaging
the inside switch mechanism.
4. Replacement of housing base (3).
4.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-3.
4.2 Remove entire switch mechanism (see page 4).
4.3 Loosen base lock nut (5) counterclockwise.
4.4 Unscrew housing base (3) counterclockwise.
5. Replace and mount in opposite order.
6. Close housing cover (1) clockwise and tighten cover
lock screw (4).
Replacement housing kits
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. Loosen acorn nut (4) or cover screw (model F10 &
F50) and remove washers (5) & (6). Lift housing cover
straight upwards to avoid damaging the inside switch
mechanism.
3. Replacement of housing base (3) and/or base O-ring
(7).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-2.
3.2 Remove entire switch mechanism (see page 4).
3.3 Loosen base lock screw (8).
3.4 Slide housing base (3) of enclosing tube.
3.5 O-ring (7) can be accessed/replaced.
4. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
5. Replace housing cover (1), reinstall washers (6) & (5)
and fix with acorn nut (4) or cover screw (model F10 &
F50).
Replacement housing kits
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT" or "DPDT"
Housing height
"Tall"
Housing type
ATEX Ex d, flameproof
Switch & housing code
e.g. BK5, BU5, BK7, BU7, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit
1, 6, 8
189-9122-001
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 7
189-9126-002
Base kit for 3/4" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 7
189-9126-001
Cover gasket
8
012-1301-005
Baffle plate assembly
2
036-5303-003
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT" or "DPDT"
Housing height
"Short" or "Tall"
Housing type
Weatherproof (IP 65)
Switch & housing code
e.g. R1Y, R1M, R3M, RDY, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit for short housing
1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
189-6509-001
Cover kit for tall housing
1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
189-6510-001
Base kit for 3/4" NPT-F cable entry
3, 7, 8, 9, 10
089-6505-003
Washer + 'O'-ring kit
4, 5, 6, 7, 9
189-6508-001
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-1318-001
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Baffle plate assembly
2
036-5303-003
17
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Cast aluminum housings
Die cast aluminum TYPE 4X housing replacements are
available for general purpose or weatherproof installations. Explosion proof NEMA 7/9 and ATEX housing
replacements are available for hazardous atmosphere
locations. Die cast aluminum housings are finished with a
baked-on polyester powder coat paint.
10
13
11
12
1
9
2
8
14
3
4
7
1. Housing cover
2. Switch mechanism
3. Housing base
4. Stopping plug
5. Base lock screw
6. Base lock screw
7. Base O-ring
6
5
8. Cover lock screw
9. Cover O-ring
10. Caution tag
11. Screw
12. Lock washer
13. Top insulator
14. Base insulator
Figure 25
Cast aluminium housing for use with group IV switch mechanism (high temp.)
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. In case of ATEX Ex d approved housing, first unlock
cover lock screw (8) before unscrewing the cover (1)
counterclockwise. Lift housing cover straight upwards
to avoid damaging the inside switch mechanism (2).
3. Replacement of switch mechanism (2) and/or insulators (13) & (14).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-2.
3.2 Loosen screw (11), remove lock washer (12) and
lift switch mechanism (2).
3.3 Reinstall/Replace insulators (13) & (14) and mount
in opposite order.
4. Replacement of housing base (3) or base O-ring (7).
4.1 First remove housing cover (1) and switch mechanism (2) – see 1-3.
4.2 Loosen base lock screws (5) & (6).
4.3 Slide housing base (3) of enclosing tube.
4.4 O-ring (7) can be accessed/replaced.
5. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
6. Close housing cover (1) clockwise and tighten cover
lock screw (8) in case of ATEX Ex d approved housing.
18
Replacement housing kits
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT Grp IV" or "DPDT Grp IV"
Housing height
"Tall"
Housing type
Weatherproof (IP 66)
Switch & housing code
e.g. FWB, FMB, FWA, FMA, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-039
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-030
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Screw
11
010-1402-015
Lock washer
12
010-3101-003
Ring gasket
13
012-1301-013
Base insulator
14
012-9307-001
Housing type
ATEX Ex d, flameproof
Switch & housing code
e.g. FY9, FM9, FYC, FMC, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit
1, 8, 9, 10
089-6582-037
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-040
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-041
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Screw
11
010-1402-015
Lock washer
12
010-3101-003
Ring gasket
13
012-1301-013
Base insulator
14
012-9307-001
Housing type
FM NEMA 7/9, explosion proof
Switch & housing code
e.g. FSB, FSA, FTB, FTA, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit
1, 9, 10
089-6582-031
Base kit for 1" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9
089-6582-030
Cover 'O'-ring
9
012-2201-253
Base 'O'-ring
7
012-2201-116
Screw
11
010-1402-015
Lock washer
12
010-3101-003
Ring gasket
13
012-1301-013
Base insulator
14
012-9307-001
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Cast iron housings
Cast iron ATEX Exd housing replacements are available
for hazardous atmosphere locations. The cast iron cover
and base are finished with an epoxy paint.
6
11
8
9
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT Grp IV" or "DPDT Grp IV"
Housing height
"Tall"
Housing type
ATEX Ex d, flameproof
2
Switch & housing code
e.g. FN5, FM5, FN7, FM7, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
4
Cover kit
1, 6, 8
189-9122-001
Base kit for M20 x 1,5 cable entry
3, 4, 5, 7
189-9126-002
10
1
12
3
7
5
1. Housing cover
2. Switch mechanism
3. Housing base
4. Cover lock screw
5. Base lock nut
6. Caution tag
Replacement housing kits
Base kit for 3/4" NPT-F cable entry
3, 4, 5, 7
189-9126-001
Cover gasket
8
012-1301-005
Screw
9
010-1402-015
Lock washer
10
010-3101-003
Ring gasket
11
012-1301-013
Base insulator
12
012-9307-001
7. Nameplate
8. Cover gasket
9. Screw
10. Lock washer
11. Top insulator
12. Base insulator
Figure 26
Cast iron housing for use with group IV switch mechanism (high temp.)
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. First unlock cover lock screw (4) before unscrewing
the cover (1) counterclockwise. Lift housing cover
straight upwards to avoid damaging the inside switch
mechanism (2).
3. Replacement of switch mechanism (2) and/or insulators (11) & (12).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-2.
3.2 Loosen screw (9), remove lock washer (10) and lift
switch mechanism (2).
3.3 Reinstall/Replace insulators (11 & 12) and mount
in opposite order.
4. Replacement of housing base (3).
4.1 First remove housing cover (1) and switch mechanism (2) – see 1-3.
4.2 Loosen base lock nut (5) counterclockwise.
4.3 Unscrew housing base (3) counterclockwise.
5. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
6. Close housing cover (1) clockwise and tighten cover
lock screw (4).
19
REPLACEMENT SWITCH HOUSINGS (for use with group IV switch mechanism)
Aluminium / Carbon steel housings
Carbon steel TYPE 4X switch housings are available for
general purpose and weatherproof installations. The housing base is cast from aluminum while the cover is made
from cold rolled steel. The housings are finished with a
baked-on polyester powder coat paint.
9
7
6
4
5
10
8
1
2
3
14
11
13
1. Housing cover
2. Switch mechanism
3. Housing base
4. Acorn nut
5. Washer
6. Seal washer
7. Stud
8. Hex nut
12
15
9. Lock washer
10. Top insulator
11. Base insulator
12. Base insulator
13. Base lock screw
14. Cover O-ring
15. Nameplate
Figure 27
Aluminium /carbon steel housing for use with group IV switch mechanism
Assemble / Disassemble instructions
1. Disconnect control from power supply before opening.
2. Loosen acorn nut (4) and remove washers (5) & (6). Lift
housing cover straight upwards to avoid damaging the
inside switch mechanism (2).
3. Replacement of switch mechanism (2) and/or top insulator (10).
3.1 First remove housing cover (1) - see 1-2.
3.2 Loosen hex nut (8), remove lock washer (9) and lift
switch mechanism (2).
3.3 Reinstall/Replace top insulator (10) and mount in
opposite order.
4. Replacement of housing base (3) and/or base insulators (11) & (12).
4.1 First remove housing cover (1) and switch mechanism (2) – see 1-3.
4.2 Loosen base lock screw (13).
4.3 Slide housing base (3) of enclosing tube.
4.4 Base insulators (11) & (12) can be
accessed/replaced.
5. Replace part and mount in opposite order.
6. Replace housing cover (1), reinstall washers (6) & (5) &
fix with acorn nut (4).
20
Replacement housing kits
Table with switch & housing model codes:
Column header
Data
Switch contacts
"SPDT Grp IV" or "DPDT Grp IV"
Housing height
"Tall"
Housing type
Weatherproof (IP 65)
Switch & housing code
e.g. FHM, FHD, FJM, FJD, ...
Description
Kit contains part(s)
Replacement part
Cover kit
1, 4, 5, 6, 14
189-6510-001
Base kit for 3/4" NPT-F cable entry
3
002-6101-736
Washer, insulation + 'O'-ring kit
4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14 189-6508-002
Base lock srew
13
010-1202-007
Cover 'O'-ring
14
012-1318-001
SWITCH AND HOUSING MODEL CODES
The following charts identify the switch and housing model codes used with the buoyancy products. The eighth, ninth and
tenth digit combinations may be used to identify the type and number of switches, number of contacts, switch magnet
strength as well as housing type, size and options.
Weather proof (IP 66)
Cast aluminium
M20x1.5
1" NPT
ATEX - IP 66
II 2G Ex d IIC T6 Gb
Carbon steel
Cast aluminium
Cast iron
3/4" NPT M20x1.5
1" NPT
M20x1.5 3/4" NPT
Weather
proof (IP 65)
II 1G EEx ia IIC T6
Cast aluminium
M20x1.5
1" NPT
FM
NEMA 7/9
Cast alu
1" NPT
Magnet
dot color
B2Q
B2P
B2B
B2A
B4B
B4A
B6B
B6A
B8Q
B8P
B8B
B8A
B1B
B1A
BAQ
BAP
BAB
BAA
BBB
BBA
BCB
BCA
BDQ
BDP
BDB
BDA
BEB
BEA
-
BH9
BHC
BK9
BKC
BL9
BLC
BM9
BMC
BJ9
BJC
BN9
BNC
BP9
BPC
BA9
BAC
BC9
BCC
BD9
BDC
BE9
BEC
BB9
BBC
BF9
BFC
BG9
BGC
BK5
BK7
BL5
BL7
B65
B67
BD5
BD7
BO5
BO7
BU5
BU7
BV5
BV7
B75
B77
BW5
BW7
BY5
BY7
-
-
BKQ
BKP
BKB
BKA
BLB
BLA
BMB
BMA
BNQ
BNP
BNB
BNA
BOB
BOA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
C2Q
C2P
C2B
C2A
C4B
C4A
C6B
C6A
C8Q
C8P
C8B
C8A
C1B
C1A
CAQ
CAP
CAB
CAA
CBB
CBA
CCB
CCA
CDQ
CDP
CDB
CDA
CEB
CEA
-
CH9
CHC
CK9
CKC
CL9
CLC
CM9
CMC
CJ9
CJC
CN9
CNC
CP9
CPC
CA9
CAC
CC9
CCC
CD9
CDC
CE9
CEC
CB9
CBC
CF9
CFC
CG9
CGC
CK5
CK7
CL5
CL7
C65
C67
CD5
CD7
CO5
CO7
CU5
CU7
CV5
CV7
C75
C77
CW5
CW7
CY5
CY7
C2S
C2L
C2T
C2X
C4T
C4X
C8S
C8L
C8T
C8X
C1T
C1X
CAS
CAL
CAT
CAX
CBT
CBX
CDS
CDL
CDT
CDX
CET
CEX
CKQ
CKP
CKB
CKA
CLB
CLA
CMB
CMA
CNQ
CNP
CNB
CNA
COB
COA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
D2Q
D2B
D4B
D6B
D8Q
D8B
D1B
DAQ
DAB
DBB
DCB
DDQ
DDB
DEB
-
DH9
DK9
DL9
DM9
DJ9
DN9
DP9
DA9
DC9
DD9
DE9
DB9
DF9
DG9
DK5
DL5
D65
DD5
DO5
DU5
DV5
D75
DW5
DY5
-
-
DKQ
DKB
DLB
DMB
DNQ
DNB
DOB
Yellow
F2Q
F2P
FCB
FCA
FFB
FFA
FWB
FWA
F8Q
F8P
FGB
FGA
FHB
FHA
FYB
FYA
FAQ
FAP
FAB
FAA
FBB
FBA
FMB
FMA
FDQ
FDP
FDB
FDA
FEB
FEA
FVB
FVA
FHM
FHD
FJM
FJD
FH9
FHC
FK9
FKC
FL9
FLC
FY9
FYC
FJ9
FJC
FN9
FNC
FP9
FPC
FE9
FEC
FA9
FAC
FC9
FCC
FD9
FDC
FM9
FMC
FB9
FBC
FF9
FFC
FG9
FGC
FZ9
FZC
FK5
FK7
FL5
FL7
FN5
FN7
FD5
FD7
FO5
FO7
FP5
FP7
FU5
FU7
FV5
FV7
FM5
FM7
FW5
FW7
FY5
FY7
FZ5
FZ7
-
-
FKQ
FKP
FKB
FKA
FLB
FLA
FSB
FSA
FNQ
FNP
FNB
FNA
FOB
FOA
FTB
FTA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
O6B
O1B
OCB
OEB
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
OMB
OKB
Q6B
Q1B
QCB
QEB
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
QMB
QKB
R2Q
R2B
R4B
R6B
R8Q
RGB
RHB
RJB
R1Q
R1B
R3B
R5B
RDQ
RDB
REB
RFB
R1Y
R1M
R3M
R5M
RDY
RDM
REM
RJM
RH9
RK9
RL9
RY9
RJ9
RN9
RP9
RS9
RA9
RC9
RD9
RW9
RB9
RF9
RG9
RM9
RK5
RL5
RY5
RN5
RO5
RS5
RU5
RV5
RW5
RF5
RG5
RM5
-
-
RKQ
RKB
RLB
RYB
RNQ
RNB
ROB
RSB
Yellow
S2B
S8B
S2R
S8R
SAB
SDB
SBB
SEB
SAM
SDM
SBM
SEM
SH9
SJ9
SK9
SN9
SA9
SB9
SC9
SF9
-
-
-
-
SKB
SNB
SLB
SOB
Yellow
Set points
Switch
contacts
1
SPDT
Housing
height
Switch
type
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Dry contact
Short
Tall
2
DPDT
1
SPDT
Tall
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Dry contact
Short
Tall
2
DPDT
Tall
1
SPDT
Short
Tall
2
3
SPDT
1
DPDT
2
DPDT
1
SPDT
Tall
Short
Tall
Tall
DC voltage
dry contact
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
1
SPDT
Grp IV
Tall
1
DPDT
Short
High temp.
herm.
sealed
dry contact
Tall
2
DPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Grp IV
Tall
3
SPDT
DPDT
3
SPDT
DPDT
1
SPDT
Short
Tall
2
1
SPDT
SPDT Grp IV
Tall
1
DPDT
Short
Tall
2
1
DPDT
DPDT Grp IV
Tall
SPDT Grp IV
DPDT Grp IV
SPDT Grp IV
DPDT Grp IV
Tall
Yellow
1
1
X-Tall
Dry contact
for
C10/C15
High temp.
dry contact
Dry contact
for B40
21
SWITCH AND HOUSING MODEL CODES
Weather proof (IP 66)
Cast aluminium
M20x1.5
1" NPT
22
ATEX - IP 66
II 2G Ex d IIC T6 Gb
Carbon steel
Cast aluminium
Cast iron
3/4" NPT M20x1.5
1" NPT
M20x1.5 3/4" NPT
Weather
proof (IP 65)
II 1G EEx ia IIC T6
Cast aluminium
M20x1.5
1" NPT
FM
NEMA 7/9
Cast alu
1" NPT
Magnet
dot color
U2Q
U2P
U2B
U2A
U4B
U4A
U6B
U6A
U8Q
U8P
U8B
U8A
U1B
U1A
UAQ
UAP
UAB
UAA
UBB
UBA
UCB
UCA
UDQ
UDP
UDB
UDA
UEB
UEA
-
UH9
UHC
UK9
UKC
UL9
ULC
UM9
UMC
UJ9
UJC
UN9
UNC
UP9
UPC
UA9
UAC
UC9
UCC
UD9
UDC
UE9
UEC
UB9
UBC
UF9
UFC
UG9
UGC
UK5
UK7
UL5
UL7
U65
U67
UD5
UD7
UO5
UO7
UU5
UU7
UV5
UV7
U75
U77
UW5
UW7
UY5
UY7
U2S
U2L
U2T
U2X
U4T
U4X
U8S
U8L
U8T
U8X
U1T
U1X
UAS
UAL
UAT
UAX
UBT
UBX
UDS
UDL
UDT
UDX
UET
UEX
UKQ
UKP
UKB
UKA
ULB
ULA
UMB
UMA
UNQ
UNP
UNB
UNA
UOB
UOA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
W2Q
W2P
W2B
W2A
W4B
W4A
W6B
W6A
W8Q
W8B
W1B
WAQ
WAP
WAB
WAA
WBB
WBA
WCB
WCA
WDQ
WDB
WEB
-
WH9
WHC
WK9
WKC
WL9
WLC
WM9
WMC
WJ9
WN9
WP9
WA9
WAC
WC9
WCC
WD9
WDC
WE9
WEC
WB9
WF9
WG9
WK5
WK7
WL5
WL7
W65
W67
WD5
WO5
WU5
WU7
WV5
WV7
W75
W77
WW5
WY5
W2S
W2L
W2T
W2X
W4T
W4X
W8S
W8T
W1T
WAS
WAL
WAT
WAX
WBT
WBX
WDS
WDT
WET
WKQ
WKP
WKB
WKA
WLB
WLA
WMB
WMA
WNQ
WNB
WOB
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
X2Q
X2P
X2B
X2A
X4B
X4A
X6B
X6A
X8Q
X8B
X1B
XAQ
XAP
XAB
XAA
XBB
XBA
XCB
XCA
XDQ
XDB
XEB
-
XH9
XHC
XK9
XKC
XL9
XLC
XM9
XMC
XJ9
XN9
XP9
XA9
XAC
XC9
XCC
XD9
XDC
XE9
XEC
XB9
XF9
XG9
XK5
XK7
XL5
XL7
X65
X67
XD5
XO5
XU5
XU7
XV5
XV7
X75
X77
XW5
XY5
X2S
X2L
X2T
X2X
X4T
X4X
X8S
X8T
X1T
XAS
XAL
XAT
XAX
XBT
XBX
XDS
XDT
XET
XKQ
XKP
XKB
XKA
XLB
XLA
XMB
XMA
XNQ
XNB
XOB
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
82Q
82P
82B
82A
84B
84A
86B
86A
83B
83A
88Q
88P
88B
88A
81B
81A
87B
87A
8AQ
8AP
8AB
8AA
8BB
8BA
8CB
8CA
8FB
8FA
8DQ
8DP
8DB
8DA
8EB
8EA
8GB
8GA
8HM
8HD
8JM
8JD
8H9
8HC
8K9
8KC
8L9
8LC
889
88C
8Y9
8YC
8J9
8JC
8N9
8NC
8P9
8PC
8S9
8SC
8A9
8AC
8C9
8CC
8D9
8DC
8E9
8EC
8M9
8MC
8B9
8BC
8F9
8FC
8G9
8GC
8Z9
8ZC
8K5
8K7
8L5
8L7
865
867
8N5
8N7
8D5
8D7
8O5
8O7
8P5
8P7
8U5
8U7
8V5
8V7
875
877
8M5
8M7
8W5
8W7
8Y5
8Y7
8Z5
8Z7
-
-
8KQ
8KP
8KB
8KA
8LB
8LA
8MB
8MA
8SB
8SA
8NQ
8NP
8NB
8NA
8OB
8OA
8TB
8TA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
92Q
92P
92B
92A
94B
94A
96B
96A
93B
93A
98Q
98P
98B
98A
91B
91A
97B
97A
9AQ
9AP
9AB
9AA
9BB
9BA
9CB
9CA
9FB
9FA
9DQ
9DP
9DB
9DA
9EB
9EA
9GB
9GA
9AY
9AR
9AM
9AD
9BM
9BD
9CM
9CD
9HM
9HD
9DY
9DR
9DM
9DD
9EM
9ED
9JM
9JD
9H9
9HC
9K9
9KC
9L9
9LC
989
98C
9Y9
9YC
9J9
9JC
9N9
9NC
9P9
9PC
9S9
9SC
9A9
9AC
9C9
9CC
9D9
9DC
9E9
9EC
9M9
9MC
9B9
9BC
9F9
9FC
9G9
9GC
9Z9
9ZC
9K5
9K7
9L5
9L7
965
967
9N5
9N7
9D5
9D7
9O5
9O7
9P5
9P7
9U5
9U7
9V5
9V7
975
977
9M5
9M7
9W5
9W7
9Y5
9Y7
9Z5
9Z7
-
-
9KQ
9KP
9KB
9KA
9LB
9LA
9MB
9MA
9SB
9SA
9NQ
9NP
9NB
9NA
9OB
9OA
9TB
9TA
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Red
Set points
Switch
contacts
1
SPDT
Housing
height
Switch
type
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Dry gold
contact
Short
Tall
2
DPDT
1
SPDT
Tall
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
Yellow
1
DPDT
Yellow
2
DPDT
1
SPDT
Herm.
sealed
dry silver
contact
Short
Tall
Tall
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
Yellow
1
DPDT
Yellow
2
DPDT
1
SPDT
Herm.
sealed
dry gold
contact
Short
Tall
Tall
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
1
SPDT
Grp IV
Tall
1
DPDT
High temp.
herm.
sealed
dry contact
Short
Tall
2
DPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Grp IV
Tall
1
SPDT
Short
Tall
2
SPDT
Tall
3
SPDT
Tall
1
SPDT
Grp IV
Tall
1
DPDT
Short
Tall
2
DPDT
Tall
1
DPDT
Grp IV
Tall
High temp.
herm.
sealed
dry contact
Notes
23
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 42-683.2
JUNE 2016
December 2014
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