BE48-635-1 E3Modulevel

E3 Modulevel
®
Installation and Operating Manual
Displacer type
Level, Interface
and Density
Measurement
7xxx
6xxx
5xxx
4xxx
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FE T Y I
EGRITY
NT
SA
VE L
LE
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
(Model number/approvals as per inserted separate sheet) 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. The EMC Directive: 2004/108/EC.
0038
The units have been tested to
0344
EN 61326:1997 + A1 + A2.
2. Directive 94/9/EC for Equipment or protective system for
use in potentially explosive atmospheres. EC-type
examination certificate number ISSeP08ATEX021X
(intrinsic safe units) or ISSeP08ATEX019 (EEx d units).
The following harmonized standards have been applied:
EN 60079-0:2006 / EN 60079-11:2007 / EN 6007926:2004 / EN 60079-27:2006
3. The PED directive 97/23/EC (pressure equipment directive). Safety accessories per category IV module H1.
TOP MOunTED uniTS
After unpacking, inspect all components to see that no
damage has occurred during shipment. Care should be
taken not to bend the displacer stem or enclosing tube
during unpacking or installation.
Transmitter nameplate:
- partnumber
- amplifier
- serial n°
- temperature/pressure
- approval data
ChaMbERED uniTS
A strap and wire assembly retains and protects the displacer within the chamber during shipment. This assembly
must be removed through bottom chamber connection
before startup. Inspect instrument as described for top
mounting units.
Caution:
If re-shipping to another location, displacer must again
be secured using same strap and wire assembly.
PRinCiPLE OF OPERaTiOn
LEVEL
Liquid level change acts upon the range spring supported
displacer causing vertical motion of a core within a linear
variable differential transformer (LVDT).
The enclosing tube acts as a static isolation barrier
between the LVDT and the process media.
As core position changes with liquid level, voltages are
induced in the secondary windings of the LVDT.
These signals are processed in the electronic circuitry and
used to control the output signal.
inTERFaCE
E3 Modulevel is capable of tracking the interface level of
two immiscible liquids with different densities. Each unit is
custom-made with a displacer specially designed for the
user’s application. This allows it to detect the position of a
clean interface or an emulsion layer and convert it into a
stable output signal. Contact the factory for assistance in
specifying an E3 for interface service. Note that for proper
interface detection, the entire displacer must always be
immersed in liquid.
DEnSiTy
Yet another capability of E3 Modulevel is to track the
changing density of a liquid over a known density range
and convert that into a stable output signal. As the density of the liquid changes, so does the mass of the liquid displaced by the specially designed displacer. The resulting
change in buoyancy force on the displacer causes the
movement of the LVDT core necessary to convert the density change to the output signal.
2
LVDT
Moving LVDT Core
Electronics incl.
digital display /
3 button key pad
Enclosing tube
Range spring
Spring protection cap
Displacer
External cage
MOunTinG
-40°C (-40°F) to +70°C (160°F)
calibration vent
is recommended
Liquid
level
Shut-off valves are
recommended
Size 1/8"
max 1° tolerance
use stilling well in case
of turbulent medium
always unlock for repositioning or removal
of head assembly and always relock,
after final positioning
max 360 °
Transmitter
Slide the amplifier over the enclosing tube. Make sure not to
bend the enclosing tube. bending causes permanent damage.
Enclosing tube
3
WiRinG
CauTiOn: power must be switched OFF before wiring the unit.
Current
loop test
point
–
Positive supply to (+) terminal/HART connection
Negative supply to (-) terminal/HART connection
min. 11 V DC required – max 36 V DC
+
®
IS
Shield wire to green grounding screw (resistance to
ground must be < 1 Ω).
IS
Use certified flameproof cable
gland(s) and cable for Explosion
proof area.
Standard shielded twisted
pair cable recommended.
100 %
0%
Ex
Ex
non Ex
Ex
non Ex
Galvanic Barrier:
ATEX Intrinsically safe units: max 28,4 V DC @ 94 mA
FM Intrinsically safe units: max 28,6 V DC @ 140 mA
Not needed for General Purpose / explosion proof
models.
ANALOG I/O
or
DIGITAL I/O
(only for units with HART)
Do not connect shield
Customer supplied
local current meter
non Ex
iMPORTanT:
The shield wire should only be grounded at ONE side only. It is recommended to connect the shield to ground in the field (at
the transmitter side - as shown above) but connecting in the control room is also allowed.
LOOP RESiSTanCE
1200
20.5 mA
1000
800
Ω
620
600
400
200
24 VDC
0
4
11
0
10
20
30
40 VDC
COnFiGuRaTiOn
nOTE: When connected to an approved barrier, the intrinsically safe electronics of the E3 Modulevel allow to remove
the covers with power switched on – even if the area is known to be hazardous
2 line – 8 characters LCD
Default display cycles every 5 s through Status «STATUS» / Level
«LEVEL» / % output «% OUTPUT» / Loop «LOOP».
Up/Down and Enter pushbuttons
iMPORTanT: The E3 Modulevel amplifier can be bench configured without
displacer attached. ignore the start up message «No Level Signal» /
«STATUS SecFltHi» in this case.
Display
Units!
cm
Comment
Press
Units!
cm
Press
Units
cm
Press
PaSSWORD
DiSPLay
Ent Pass
0
Ent Pass!
1
New Pass
4096
:
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.
aCTiOn
COMMEnT
Display shows «0»
Factory default setting
Data is not protected
Press
and last character changes into «!»
Enter your personal password with and
(any value between 1 and 255)
Press
to confirm
Setting 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
Press
and enter old password
Press
and last character changes into «!»
Enter your new password with and
(any value between 1 and 255)
Press
to confirm
Changing password
nOTE: Password protection is activated when after 5 minutes no keystrokes are sensed.
5
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: Level
iMPORTanT:
Units are pre-calibrated at the factory with 4mA at the bottom of the displacer (free hanging position) and 20mA at the top of
the displacer. If these settings match with the required settings, only enter
- density @ operating temperature «Proc SG» and
- operating temperature «OperTemp».
Wet calibration is recommended in case the correct 4-20 mA levels can be simulated. In this case, do not use the screens
«set 4mA» and «Set 20mA» but proceed with the screens «Capture 4mA» and «Capture 20mA»
nOTE: For exchanging a new head or re-calibration of a unit with new spare parts, follow the user calibration procedure (see page 15).
Screen
Run mode
1
2
3
4
5
Transmitter Display
Loop
xx.xx mA
Transmitter Display
Transmitter default values cycle every 5 seconds. Status «Status»,
Level «Level», % Output «% Output», and Loop «Loop».
Transmitter displays level value in selected engineering units.
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from 20 mA
span.
LvlUnits
(select)
Select units for level
cm «cm», m «m», inches «inches» or feet «feet».
8
Set 4mA
xxx.x
Enter the specific gravity of the
process liquid at operating temp.
OperTemp
xxx C
Enter the process operating
temperature.
Set 20mA
xxx.x
Enter the level value
for the 20 mA point.
10
Lvl Ofst
xxx.x
11
Damping
xx sec
12
Comment
%Output
xx.x%
Proc SG
x.xxx sg
9
Transmitter Display
Level
xx.x
6
7
Configuration
*Status*
*Level*
*%Output*
*Loop*
action
Fault
(Select)
Transmitter displays Loop measurement (mA).
Adjusts factory calibration for actual specific gravity.
Adjusts factory calibration for actual temperature.
Enter the level value
for the 4 mA point.
Distance in cm or inches from typically the end of the displacer
up to the 4mA (0%) level. If an offset value is used refer to the
drawing at the right page.
Enter the offset value
When entering configuration values from the end of the displacer
is cumbersome, an offset can be introduced to determine a new
reference point. This reference point can be either below the displacer (positive offset) or at the displacer (negative offset).
Enter the damping factor.
Enter the value for error.
Distance in cm or inches from typically the end of the displacer
up to the 20mA (100%) level. If an offset value is used refer to
the drawing at the right page.
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 «HOLD». In case of
loop failure, error signal will follow the failing trend; meaning the unit
will show 3.6 mA when the reviewed loop current by the device is
found too low. The unit will show 22 mA in case the reviewed loop
current is found too high.
= Wet calibration procedure - see also pages 12 & 13
6
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: Level
Screen
13
14
15
16
Trim Lvl
xx.x
Trim 4
xxxx
Trim 20
xxxx
17
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
19
Capture
20.00 mA
18
Configuration
Poll Adr
xx
20
21
22
23
Capture
4.00 mA
action
Enter HART ID number.
Enter value
to adjust level reading.
Comment
Select a HART poll address (0-15). Enter 0 for a single transmitter
installation.
Allows to compensate for a fixed level deviation.
Fine tune the 4 mA point.
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.
Enter a mA output value.
Set mA Output to any given value to perform loop test.
Fine tune the 20 mA point.
Bring liquid level at desired 4 mA point.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 4 mA level.
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.
Manual setting of 4 mA output signal: free hanging displacer or level
at the lowest level.
Bring liquid level at highest possible
point.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 20 mA level.
Level is ideally brought to match with 20 mA point. If this is not possible, bring level to the highest possible position (should correspond
with min 8 mA). Attach a mA meter and adjust the loop current via
the keypad (down & up arrows) to match with the calculated mA
value of the current level.
New Pass
xxx
Enter new password.
Use arrows to select desired value. Values between 0 and 255.
E3 ModHT
Ver xx.xx
Select language.
None, do not adjust.
Select «English», «Français», «Deutsch» or «Espagnol».
Advanced diagnostics.
See page 15.
Language
DispFact
(select)
note: in case of full span cannot be
reached, adjust loop readout to current
level (see at right).
OFFSET
no offset
(Offset at 0 cm)
75 cm
15 cm
100 %
20 ma = 75 cm
0%
4 ma = 15 cm
Factory setting. «Ver» refers to software version.
Positive offset
(Offset at 10 cm)
negative offset
(Offset at -15 cm)
20 ma = 85 cm
20 ma = 60 cm
4 ma = 25 cm
4 ma = 0 cm
10 cm
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MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: interface
iMPORTanT:
Units are pre-calibrated at the factory with 4mA at the bottom of the displacer (free hanging position) and 20mA at the top of
the displacer. If these settings match with the required settings, only enter operating temperature «OperTemp».
The displacer is specifically designed for the application and does not require any density setting.
Wet calibration is recommended in case the correct 4-20 mA levels can be simulated. In this case, do not use the screens
«set 4mA» and «Set 20mA» but proceed with the screens «Capture 4mA» and «Capture 20mA».
Correct output assumes that the displacer is at all times fully immerged in the liquid level (min. 50 mm (2")). See page 12 for
proper guidelines.
nOTE: For exchanging a new head or re-calibration of a unit with new spare parts, follow the user calibration procedure (see page 15).
Screen
Run mode
1
Transmitter Display
2
IfcLevel
xx.x
Transmitter Display
4
Loop
xx.xx mA
Transmitter Display
3
5
Transmitter default values cycle every 5 seconds. Status «Status»,
Interface level «IfcLevel», % Output «% Output», and Loop
«Loop».
Transmitter displays interface level in selected engineering units.
Transmitter Display
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from 20 mA
span.
LvlUnits
(select)
Select units for level
cm «cm», m «m», inches «inches» or feet «feet».
OperTemp
xxx C
Enter the process operating
temperature.
8
Set 20mA
xxx.x
Enter the level value
for the 20 mA point.
Set 4mA
xxx.x
9
Lvl Ofst
xxx.x
10
Damping
xx sec
11
Comment
%Output
xx.x%
6
7
Configuration
*Status*
*IfcLevel*
*%Output*
*Loop*
action
Fault
(Select)
Transmitter displays Loop measurement (mA).
Adjusts factory calibration for actual temperature.
Enter the level value
for the 4 mA point.
Distance in cm or inches from typically the end of the displacer
up to the 4mA (0%) level. If an offset value is used refer to the
drawing at the right page.
Enter the offset value
When entering configuration values from the end of the displacer
is cumbersome, an offset can be introduced to determine a new
reference point. This reference point can be either below the displacer (positive offset) or at the displacer (negative offset).
Enter the damping factor.
Enter the value for error.
Distance in cm or inches from typically the end of the displacer
up to the 20mA (100%) level. If an offset value is used refer to
the drawing at the right page.
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 «HOLD». In case of
loop failure, error signal will follow the failing trend; meaning the unit
will show 3.6 mA when the reviewed loop current by the device is
found too low. The unit will show 22 mA in case the reviewed loop
current is found too high.
= Wet calibration procedure. See also pages 12 & 13
8
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: interface
Screen
12
13
14
15
Trim Lvl
xx.x
Trim 4
xxxx
Trim 20
xxxx
16
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
18
Capture
20.00 mA
17
Configuration
Poll Adr
xx
19
20
21
22
Capture
4.00 mA
action
Enter HART ID number.
Enter value
to adjust level reading.
Comment
Select a HART poll address (0-15). Enter 0 for a single transmitter
installation.
Allows to compensate for a fixed level deviation.
Fine tune the 4 mA point.
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.
Enter a mA output value.
Set mA Output to any given value to perform loop test.
Fine tune the 20 mA point.
Bring interface level at desired 4 mA
point, make sure that the displacer
remains fully immerged in the upper
liquid layer.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 4 mA
interface level.
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.
Manual setting of 4 mA output signal. See drawing on page 12.
Bring interface level at highest possible
point, make sure that the displacer
remains fully immerged in the upper
liquid layer.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 20 mA
interfacelevel.
Interface level is ideally brought to the level that matches with 20 mA
point. If this is not possible, bring the interface level to the highest
possible position (should correspond with min 8 mA). Attach a mA
meter and adjust the loop current via the keypad (down & up arrows)
to match with the calculated mA value of the current interface level.
Enter new password.
Use arrows to select desired value. Values between 0 and 255.
Language
Select language.
Select «English», «Français», «Deutsch» or «Espagnol».
DispFact
(select)
Advanced diagnostics.
See page 15.
New Pass
xxx
E3 ModHT
Ver xx.xx
note: in case of full span cannot be
reached, adjust loop readout to current
level (see at right).
None, do not adjust.
OFFSET
no offset
(Offset at 0 cm)
75 cm
15 cm
100 %
20 ma = 75 cm
0%
4 ma = 15 cm
Factory setting. «Ver» refers to software version.
Positive offset
(Offset at 10 cm)
negative offset
(Offset at -15 cm)
20 ma = 85 cm
20 ma = 60 cm
4 ma = 25 cm
4 ma = 0 cm
10 cm
9
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: Density control
iMPORTanT:
Units are pre-calibrated at the factory with 4mA at the bottom of the displacer (free hanging position) and 20mA at the top of
the displacer. If these settings match with the required settings, only enter operating temperature «OperTemp».
The displacer is specifically designed for the application and does not require any density setting.
Wet calibration is recommended in case the correct 4-20 mA levels can be simulated. In this case, do not use the screens
«set 4mA» and «Set 20mA» but proceed with the screens «Capture 4mA» and «Capture 20mA».
Correct output assumes no shift in level and the displacer at all times fully immerged in the liquid level (min. 50 mm (2")). See
page 12 for proper guidelines.
nOTE: For exchanging a new head or re-calibration of a unit with new spare parts, follow the user calibration procedure (see page 15).
Screen
Run mode
1
Transmitter Display
2
SpecGrav
x.xx sg
Transmitter Display
4
Loop
xx.xx mA
Transmitter Display
3
5
Configuration
*Status*
*SG*
*%Output*
*Loop*
action
6
7
8
9
%Output
xx.x%
Transmitter Display
OperTemp
xxx C
Enter the process operating
temperature.
Set 20mA
xxx.x
Enter the level value
for the 20 mA point.
Set 4mA
xxx.x
Damping
xx sec
Fault
(Select)
Transmitter default values cycle every 5 seconds. Status «Status»,
Density «SG», % Output «% Output», and Loop «Loop».
Transmitter displays Interface volume or interface level in selected
engineering units (depending selection in Loop control «Loop Ctrl»
Transmitter displays % Output measurement derived from 20 mA
span.
Transmitter displays Loop measurement (mA).
Adjusts factory calibration for actual temperature.
Enter the level value
for the 4 mA point.
Default value is “0”.
Enter the damping factor.
A Damping factor (1-45 seconds) may be added to smooth a noisy
display and/or output due to turbulence.
Enter the value for error.
= Wet calibration procedure
10
Comment
Default value equals the displacer length.
Select «3.6 mA», «22 mA» or hold last value «HOLD». In case of
loop failure, error signal will follow the failing trend; meaning the unit
will show 3.6 mA when the reviewed loop current by the device is
found too low. The unit will show 22 mA in case the reviewed loop
current is found too high.
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE – E3 Modulevel: Density control
Screen
10
Poll Adr
xx
12
Trim 4
xxxx
11
13
Configuration
Enter SG value
to adjust SG value reading.
Trim 20
xxxx
Fine tune the 20 mA point.
(Trim 4-4095)
Loop Tst
xx.x mA
16
Capture
20.00 mA
17
18
19
20
Enter HART ID number.
Trim SG
xx.x
14
15
action
Capture
4.00 mA
Comment
Select a HART poll address (0-15). Enter 0 for a single transmitter
installation.
Allows to compensate for a fixed deviation.
Fine tune the 4 mA point.
(Trim 0-20)
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.
Enter a mA output value.
Set mA Output to any given value to perform loop test.
The immerged displacer is fully
immerged in liquid at the min.
S.G. value = 4 mA point.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 4 mA value.
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.
Manual setting of 4 mA output signal. Displacer immerged in liquid
with the min. S.G.
The immerged displacer is fully
immerged in liquid at the max.
S.G. value = 20 mA point.
Press Enter to enter manual setting
mode.
Press up arrow + Enter
(simultaneously) to confirm 20 mA
value.
Liquid S.G. is ideally brought to match with 20 mA point. If this is not
possible, bring S.G. to the highest possible value (should correspond
with min 8 mA). Attach a mA meter and adjust the loop current via
the keypad (down & up arrows) to match with the calculated mA
value of the current S.G.
Enter new password.
Use arrows to select desired value. Values between 0 and 255.
Language
Select language.
Select «English», «Français», «Deutsch» or «Espagnol».
DispFact
(select)
Advanced diagnostics.
See page 15.
New Pass
xxx
E3 ModHT
Ver xx.xx
note: in case the max. S.G. cannot be
reached, adjust loop readout to current
S.G. (see at right).
None, do not adjust.
min 50 mm (2")
Factory setting. «Ver» refers to software version.
highest SG = 20 ma
lowest SG = 4 ma
11
WET CaLibRaTiOn – Guidelines
LEVEL MEaSuREMEnT: 100 % level cannot be reached
Calibrate 4 ma/0 % level
Bring level lower than displacer (free hanging) or to the
lowest level.
Press Enter = start calibration.
Press Up + Enter = lock 4 mA value
Calibrate 20 ma/100 % level:
Bring level to the highest possible position
Attach a mA meter to the test points
Adjust the loop current via Up and Down
Eg. 50 % level reads 10 mA. Toggle with the Up button, till
the mA meter reads
(20 mA - 4 mA) x 50 % + 4 mA = 12 mA
air/gases
process liquid
set 4 ma
100 % = 20 ma
50 % = 12 ma
inTERFaCE MEaSuREMEnT: using the process liquid
important: Displacer must remain always immerged for min. 50 mm (2") in the upper liquid.
Calibrate 4 ma/0 % level
Bring interface at lowest level
Press Enter = start calibration.
Press Up + Enter = lock 4 mA value
air/gases
upper liquid
interface
lower liquid
12
Calibrate 20 ma/100 % level:
Bring interface at highest level
Press Enter = start calibration
Press Up + Enter = lock 20 mA value
min 50 mm (2")
set 4 ma
air/gases
upper liquid
interface
lower liquid
set 20 ma
WET CaLibRaTiOn – Guidelines
inTERFaCE MEaSuREMEnT: using water for calibration
Lower liquid is water with S.G. = 1.0 kg/dm3
Upper liquid with S.G. = 0.80 kg/dm3
nOTE: in case the liquid would be 0.78 kg/dm³, immerge the displacer only for 78% instead of 80% as per below
example.
Calibrate 4 ma/0 % level
Immerge displacer for 80 % in water
Press Enter = start calibration.
Press Up + Enter = lock 4 mA value.
air/gases
=
Calibrate 20 ma/100 % level:
Immerge displacer for 100 % in water
Press Enter = start calibration
Press Up + Enter = lock 20 mA value.
S.G. 0.8
S.G. 1.0
set 4 ma
water
S.G. 0.8
S.G. 1.0
set 20 ma
water
Lower liquid with S.G. = 1.2 kg/dm3
Upper liquid with S.G. = 0.80 kg/dm3
Calibrate 4 ma/0 % level
Immerge displacer for 80 % in water
Press Enter = start calibration.
Press Up + Enter = lock 4 mA value.
air/gases
air/gases
=
=
set 4 ma
Calibrate 20 ma/100 % level:
Immerge displacer for 100 % in water
Press Enter = start calibration
Press Up and/or Down = untill loop signal corresponds
with, in our example, 12 ma
Calculation:
S.G. 0.8
S.G. 1.2
100 x (1 - Upper S.G.)
= % Span
Lower S.G. - Upper S.G.
100 x (1 - 0,8)
1.2 - 0,8
= 50 %
[(20 mA - 4 mA) x 50 %] + 4 mA = 12 ma
Press Up + Enter = lock 20 mA value
water
air/gases
=
S.G. 0.8
S.G. 1.2
set 18.5 ma
water
13
MEnu: STEP by STEP PROCEDuRE: aDVanCED COnFiGuRaTiOn
Hidden diagnostic screens. Do not access without assistance or having followed advanced training.
Screen
1
2
3
4
5
Review Diagnostic messages.
Display mode.
MeasType
(select)
Factory set.
History
Reset
8
SprgRate
x.x
10
TempLimt
xxx C
11
Review factory parameters
Run time
xxxx.x h
Model
(select)
9
SpringSG
(select)
SprgMatl
Length
xx.xx cm
Diagnostic display.
Factory set.
Factory set.
Factory set.
Factory set.
Factory set.
Factory set.
Diameter
x.xxx cm
Factory set.
14
Lower SG
x.xx
Factory set.
16
CalSelct
(select)
Select factory or user calibration.
User
Cal Menu
Depress enter to display the
factory calibration sub-menu.
12
13
Diagnostics
History
(current status)
6
7
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Weight
xx.x kg
Factory set.
Factory
Cal Menu
Depress enter to display the
factory calibration sub-menu.
AdjSnrLo
Diagnostic display.
Comment
Select «YES» to reveal Factory parameters; «NO» to hide.
A cumulative review of all diagnostic messages. Press the enter button twice to clear.
Shows time in hours that unit is in operation since last power on.
Select «YES» to clear «History».
Level, IfcLevel or Density.
E31, E32, E33, E34, E35, E36.
Model specific.
Model specific.
Model specific.
Model specific. Max process temperature for which unit is suitable.
Model specific. Length of measuring range.
Model specific. Outside diameter of displacer.
Model specific. Weight of displacer
Only for interface units.
Only for interface units.
Selects calibration parameters used to calculate the measured PV.
CalSelct = factory submenu on page 15
CalSelct = user submenu on page 15
AdjSnrHi
Diagnostic display.
None, do not adjust.
Factory setting.
Scl Ofst
xxx
None, do not adjust.
Factory setting.
Conv Fct
xxxx
LVDT%
xx.xx %
Diagnostic display.
Chan 1
Diagnostic display.
Chan 0
NSP Value
27
Max Temp
xxx C
28
Factory set.
Upper SG
x.xx
25
26
14
DispFact
Select
action
ElecTemp
xxx C
Min Temp
xxx C
Diagnostic display.
Diagnostic display.
None, do not adjust.
None, do not adjust.
None, do not adjust.
Diagnostic display, shows current internal housing temperature
recorded.
Diagnostic display, shows maximum internal housing temperature
recorded.
Diagnostic display, shows minimum internal housing temperature
recorded.
MEnu: aDVanCED CaLibRaTiOn - CalSelct SubMEnu
SubMEnu FaCTORy OR uSER
«CalSelct» allows to view either the factory settings «Factory» or the super user modified settings «User». Spare heads
will be configured per factory default values and will be different from the super user modified settings. The super user settings
overrule the factory settings, whereby the factory settings can at all times be referenced to, to allow efficient troubleshooting.
Screen
1
2
Diagnostics
3
4
LVDT%
xx.xx %
Calib SG
xx.xx sg
DrySenr
xx.xx %
SnrCalLo
xx.xx %
5
LvlCalLo
xx.xx lu
7
SnrCalHi
xx.xx %
6
8
9
10
Set 4mA
xx.xx lu
LvlCalHi
xx.xx lu
Set 20mA
xx.xx lu
Escape
action
Diagnostic display.
Factory set.
Enter or capture sensor
output for Dry Sensor.
Enter or capture sensor
output for Low Cal Point.
Enter level value corresponding
to SnrCalLo.
Enter the level value
for 4 mA set point.
Comment
Factory calibration menu. Only used for units configured for liquid
level applications.
Press up arrow + Enter (simultaneously) to capture current sensor
output.
Press up arrow + Enter (simultaneously) to capture current sensor
output.
Specify level at 4 mA (User Cal menu only).
Enter or capture sensor
output for High Cal Point.
Press up arrow + Enter (simultaneously) to capture current sensor
output.
Enter the level value
for 20 mA set point.
Specify level at 20 mA (User Cal menu only).
Enter level value corresponding
to SnrCalHi.
Depress enter key to exit calibration
sub-menu; returns to factory menu.
uSER CaLibRaTiOn PROCEDuRE
Use this procedure
- for matching new E3 electronics with older generation EZ Modulevels
- when replacing spare parts: Electronic module, LVDT assembly, range spring, stem assembly or displacer
- for exchanging a complete electronics head on a E3 Model.
NOTE: This procedure should be performed at normal operating conditions.
Capturing the 4ma value
1. Move liquid to desired 4mA value (low level / min. density)
2. Enter advanced configuration «DispFact» (see page 14) and scroll to the submenu «CalSelct» and select the super user
menu «User» (see above).
3. Select «SnrCalLo» and capture this level. Press up arrow + Enter (simultaneously).
4. Select «LvlCalLo», default value is 0.00, adjust with up and down for the desired level and press Enter.
Capturing the 20ma value
5. Move liquid to desired 20mA value (high level / max. density)
6. Enter advanced configuration «DispFact» (see page 14) and scroll to the submenu «CalSelct» and select the super user
menu «User» (see above).
7. Select «SnrCalHi» and capture this level. Press up arrow + Enter (simultaneously).
8. Select «LvlCalHi», default value is the displacer length, adjust with up and down for the desired level and press Enter.
NOTE: PACTware™ provides a user friendly way to remotely perform the identical procedure
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PaCTware™ – Configuration and Troubleshooting
For more details about the use of PACTware™ and FDT technology, refer to instruction manual 59-601
WhaT iS FDT, PaCTware™ anD DTM
• FDT (Field Device Tool) is a new interface code that
describes the standardization between frame programs
(e.g., PACTware™) and DTMs (Device Type Manager).
• PACTware™ (Process Automation Configuration Tool)
is a frame program. It is a device-independent software
program that communicates with all approved DTMs.
• DTM (Device Type Manager) is a device-specific software driver designed to operate within a FDT compatible
frame program such as PACTware™. It includes all special information needed to communicate with a specific
device (e.g., Pulsar RX5). There are two basic categories
of DTM’s—Communication (HART, Fieldbus®, Profibus®,
etc.) and Field Device (e.g. Pulsar RX5 Radar transmitter).
MiniMuM SySTEM REQuiREMEnTS
Following are general requirements for proper operation of
this program:
Pentium® II 500 MHz processor.
128 MB RAM.
120 MB free hard disk space.
Windows® XP/2000 (Service Pack 1) / NT 4.0 (Service
Pack 6).
Graphic Resolution 1024x768 (16-bit color).
Internet Explorer 5.0.
RS232 serial interface.
RS232-HART or USB-HART serial interface for point-topoint connection or RS232-RS485 converter for connection
to Hart Multiplexer.
HART communication DTM.
Transmitter with current HART revision.
COnnECTiOnS
The following diagram shows a typical hardware configuration. Observe all safety codes when attaching to instrument
loops in hazardous areas or when measuring flammable
media. Computers are not intrinsically safe devices.
24 V DC
HART connections
Power
PC with
HART Serial
Interface
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PaCTware™ CD with
DTM drivers
Magnetrol recommends the ViaTOR®
uSb haRT® interface
from MaCTek®
Corporation.
QuiCK STaRT
1. Start a project
Open Pactware and add the Hart modem key and then
the Magnetrol instrument to your project.
Select: «Device» – «add device» – select device
(repeat for each device in your project)
important: Make sure that the COM port settings for
your Hart modem key are correct;
2. Connect the devices
Select in the left window the Magnetrol instrument.
Select: «Device» – «connect» (both modem and
Magnetrol instrument are getting connected)
3. Configure the instrument
Select: «Device» – «parameter» – «Online parameterization»
Open «+ Main Menu» and select «+ Device set
up» – «Calibration»
Parameters can be changed in the window at right, via
the drop down boxes. ENTER confirms the change
online.
4. Manually calibrate the 4-20ma output
Select in «Calibration» - «Set point Calib» and
Select «Capture values».
A warning message appears to remove the loop from
DCS.
Set the 4mA (see MENU pages) «Capture 4mA»
Set the 20mA or 20 mA by % (see MENU pages)
«Capture 20mA», close the procedure by selecting
«End».
5. Diagnostics
E3 Modulevel offers the ability to monitor output and
LVDT position.
Select: «Device» – «parameter» – «Online parameterization»
Open «+ Main Menu» and select «+ Device set
up» – «Diagnostics»
An overview is provided of all possible diagnostic values. A Print screen shot can, in case of field problems,
be sent for factory assistance. This screen also provides
a loop test function: 4mA, 20mA or any random mA test
value. Close the loop procedure by selecting «End».
COnFiGuRaTiOn uSinG haRT®
-
Connection of your Hart communicator:
• at power terminals (+) and (-) in wiring compartment
• at first junction box between unit and control room.
+
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.
Junction
RL > 250 Ω
Control
Room
Display
Current
Meter
COnnECTiOnS
Power
Supply
ChECK haRT®
-
+
Before starting the HART® configuration procedure – check if your HART® communicator is equipped with the proper E3 Modulevel Device Descriptors (DD’s).
I/O
Select NO:
Select 4:
Select 5:
Check manufacturer:
hCF Release Date
December 2007
start up the communicator
go offline
utility
simulation
Magnetrol
haRT Version
Dev V1 DD V1
Model
E3
Compatible with software
Version 1.0A & later
When the proper software version is not found, consult your local HART® Service
Center to load the correct E3 Modulevel DD’s.
haRT MEnu
I/O Start up the device
1 Enter Device Set Up «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 «CALIBRATION» (see page 24 for additional information)
2 for entering Basic Set Up «BASIC SET UP» – general HART
3 for Advanced Set Up «ADVANCED SET UP» (see page 24 for additional information)
4 for entering Diagnostics «DIAGNOSTICS» (see page 24 for additional information)
5 for entering Review «REVIEW» to review all settings.
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COnFiGuRaTiOn uSinG haRT®
1
2
3
4
Device Setup
Level
% Range
Loop
1 Calibration
2 Basic Setup
3 Advanced Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Level Units
Process SG
Operating Temp
Set Point Calib
Level Offset
Damping
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tag
Descriptor
Date
Message
Poll Address
Final asmbly num
1
2
3
4
Trim Loop Current
Enter Password
Measurement Type
Model Parameters
1 Capture Values
2 Enter Values
System Fault State
Trim Level (or SG)
Date/Time/Initials
** Interface Parameters
5 Calibration Selected
1
2
3
4
4mA
20mA
20mA by %
End
1 4mA Set Point
2 20mA Set Point
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Model Number
Spring SG Range
Spring Rate
Temperature Limit
Displacer Length
Displacer Diameter
Displacer Weight
1 Lower SG
2 Upper SG
IF FACTORY SELECTED:
6 Factory Settings
7 New User Password
IF USER SELECTED:
6 User Wet Calib
7 Factory Settings
8 New User Password
4 Diagnostics
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Loop Test
LVDT %
Channel 0
Channel 1
Adj Sensor Cal Lo
Adj Sensor Cal Hi
Conversion Factor
Scale Offset
Present Status
Status History
Temp Information
1
2
3
4
5
6
Magnetrol SN
Device ID
Factory Cal Params
NSP Value
Factory Param 1
Factory Param 2
1 Set Dry Point
2 Set Low Calib Pts
3 Set High Calib Pts
4 LVDT %
5 Dry Sensor Value
6 Sensor Cal Lo
8 Sensor Cal Hi
9 Level (or SG) Cal Hi
1 Faults
2 Warnings
1
2
3
4
** measurement type Interface only
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Model
Manufacturer
Magnetrol S/N
Firmware Version
Tag
Descriptor
Date
Message
Poll Address
Final asmbly num
Device ID
PV is
Level Units
Set Dry Point
Set Low Calib Pts
Set High Calib Pts
LVDT %
Calib SG
Dry Sensor Value
Sensor Cal Lo
Level (or SG) Cal Lo
Sensor Cal Hi
Level (or SG) Cal Hi
1
2
3
4
5
6
Default Params
Loop Failure
Primary Fault
Core Drop
Secondary Fault Hi
Secondary Fault Lo
1
2
3
4
5
6
Calib required
Trim Required
Hi Temperature
Lo Temperature
Cal Span Warning
Initializing
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Spring SG Range
Spring Rate
Temperature Limit
Displacer Length
Displacer Diameter
Displacer Weight
Universal rev
Fld dev rev
Software rev
Num req preams
7 Level (or SG) Cal Lo
1 View History
2 Reset History
5 Review
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Elec Temperature
Max Temperature
Min Temperature
Reset Temperature
Level Offset
Process SG
Operating Temp
4mA Set Point
20mA Set Point
Damping
System Fault State
Trim Level (or SG)
4mA Trim Value
20mA Trim Value
Measurement Type
Calibration Selected
Model Number
MainTEnanCE
TROubLEShOOTinG SySTEM PRObLEMS
Symptom
No loop current.
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and
LOOP values are all
inaccurate.
Problem
Solution
Power supply not turned on. Turn on power.
Insufficient source voltage.
E3 requires a minimum of 11 VDC at the wiring board. Verify
supply voltage.
Improperly wired or
damaged wiring.
Check wiring and connections.
Defective electronics.
Replace PC board assembly or wiring board as required.
Basic configuration data is
questionable.
Verify Level Offset values.
If using factory calibration, verify that Process SG and
Operating Temperature values are accurate.
Verify/confirm that Model Parameters are accurate.
Confirm set points are as expected.
Transmitter does not
track level.
Model incompatible with
process liquid
Verify model in use is appropriate for process liquid SG.
Possible damage to unit.
Check displacer, spring, stem and enclosing tube for damage.
Replace all damaged parts.
Possible material buildup
Check displacer, spring, stem, enclosing tube and displacer for
buildup of process material. Clean any fouled parts.
Displacer, spring or stem
dragging on inside of
chamber, e-tube.
Verify proper and level installation (within 3 degrees of plumb in
all directions).
Level reading on display Invalid poll address.
is correct, but loop value
is stuck at 4 mA.
Set poll address to 0 if not using multi-drop.
LEVEL, % OUTPUT and
LOOP values fluctuate.
Liquid turbulence.
Increase damping until output stabilizes or install stilling well.
Power supply unstable.
Repair or replace power supply.
Electrical interference (RFI).
Consult factory for assistance.
HART device only:
Handheld will only read
Universal Commands
Most current Device
Descriptors are not installed
in handheld.
Contact local HART service center for the latest DDs.
Cannot set high level to
20 mA
Incorrect power supply.
Check power supply.
Excessive loop resistance
Increase power supply voltage or decrease loop resistance
(max 620 ohms @ 24 VDC).
Loop current less than
4 mA
Liquid level less than 0%.
No action required.
Supply voltage out of limits
at transmitter.
Adjust power supply or reduce loop resistance.
4 mA output does not
match display
4 mA may need to be
trimmed.
Use Trim 4 mA to adjust output to match display.
Loop current exceeds
20 mA
Liquid level greater than
100%.
No action required.
Supply voltage out of limits
at transmitter.
Adjust power supply or reduce loop resistance.
Wired incorrectly.
Check power supply (+) and (-) for reverse wiring.
20 mA output does not
match display
20 mA may need to be
trimmed.
Use Trim 20 mA to adjust output to match display.
Output jumps quickly
over wide range
Bent stem impeding smooth Review Status History for Surge event. Inspect stem and
core movement
replace if damaged.
Non-linear output.
Excessive loop resistance.
Increase power supply voltage or decrease loop resistance.
Displacer hanging up.
Verify proper and level installation (within 3 degrees of plumb in
all directions.)
Bent stem.
Check stem. Replace if damaged.
Possible material buildup
Check displacer, spring, stem, enclosing tube and displacer for
buildup of process material. Clean any fouled parts.
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MainTEnanCE
inFORMaTiOn MESSaGES
The lowest in the hierarchy of diagnostic conditions provides operational factors that are not critical to measurement. Further error information can be obtained by viewing the status history in the factory menu.
Display
Message
OK
System
Warning
Surge
Description
Solution
Absence of any warning or fault
No action required.
Unexpected system events
No action required unless warning
persists
Readings from the LVDT secondary windings are Rate of level change is greater than expected.
changing more rapidly than expected.
Check for possible process surge or bent stem.
WaRninG MESSaGES
A warning message identifies the status of the instrument. A warning message does not necessarily require immediate action but may
require close attention and/or follow up. The warning message will be displayed on the unit and/or selected on the PACTware™ screen while
the output signal will remain normal.
Display
Message
Initial
Cal Span
Lo Temp
Hi Temp
TrimReqd
Cal Reqd
20
Description
Solution
Initializing, PV held at 4 mA set point while unit
powers up. Should be transient.
No action required.
Span between Sensor Calibration Hi and Lo
values is less than minimum span.
Recalibrate or reconfigure unit with longer span
Present temperature measured in
electronics compartment is below -40 °C
(-40 °F).
1. Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure
ambient temperature is within specification
2. Change to remote mount transmitter
3. Controlled external heat may be required to
ensure that temperature inside housing is within
specification
Present temperature measured in
electronics compartment is above +80 °C
(+176 °F).
1. Transmitter may need to be moved to ensure
ambient temperature is within specification
2. Change to remote mount transmitter
3. Controlled external cooling may be required to
ensure that temperature inside housing is within
specification
Loop trim values are defaults; loop output may
be inaccurate.
Perform Loop Trim operation.
Default calibration parameters in use,
level reading inaccurate.
Consult factory.
MainTEnanCE
ERROR MESSaGES
An error message identifies a possible instrument failure and requires an action. The error message will be displayed on the unit and/or
selected on the Pactware screen while the output signal will shift to the selected error output (3.6mA, 22mA or HOLD).
Display
Message
SecFltHi
SecFltLo
CoreDrop
PriFault
LoopFail
DfltParm
Description
Solution
Readings from LVDT secondary windings are
above expected range.
Check for missing displacer.
Readings from LVDT secondary windings are
below expected range.
Check for broken spring or leaking displacer.
Core too far out.
Check for lost or damaged LVDT core.
LVDT Primary circuit open condition.
Check LVDT winding resistance. Replace LVDT if
values are out of range
Loop current differs from commanded value by
more than 1.00 mA.
Consult factory.
Non-volatile parameters have been defaulted.
Consult factory.
EFFECTS OF EaCh DiaGnOSTiC MESSaGE
Loop
Output
Status
Message
Status
History
Fault
3.6/22/HOLD
Yes
Yes
Warning
No Effect
Yes
Yes
Information
No Effect
No
Yes
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MainTEnanCE
REMOVaL OF EZ TRanSMiTTER hEaD
CauTiOn: BENDING THE ENCLOSING TUBE
WILL PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE UNIT.
Wiring compartment cover
3 Remove LVDT top
spacer
1 Remove the
LVDT housing
SPAN
(+)
P1
– TB1 +
ZERO
ERROR
(–)
P2
5 Lower the new E3
head on the LVDT
®
UP
®
E S MODULEVEL
5300 BELMONT ROAD,
DOWNERS GROVE, IL 60515,
USA.
HEIKENSSTRAAT 6,
B 9240 ZELE,
BELGIUM.
DOWN
ENTER
www.magnetrol.com
REFER TO MODULEVEL MANUAL,
BULLETIN 48-615, FOR
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS.
6 Ensure that the flame path adaptor
is seated all the way down on the
E-tube nut
TP1
AW3175
TP2
ASSEMBLY PART NO.
D1
JP1
D2
P1
P2
C6
+
–
L5
L4
C5
C4
L6
J1
L3
+
TB2
–
C3
–
C1
L2
+
05-9123-001
TB1
3 unlock for repositioning or removal of
head assembly and always relock,
after final positioning
22
7 Re-install LVDT top
spacer and C-ring
8 Rewire
the new head
2 Remove C-ring,
use proper ring pliers
2 Remove grip ring
4 Lift transmitter head
over
enclosing
tube
REPLaCinG WiTh E3 TRanSMiTTER hEaD
Size 1/8"
1 Disconnect
Power
4 Loosen the set screws and remove the
dummy encolsing tube
nOTE:
Remove transport enclosing tube before mounting
For calibration, use only the calibration procedure,
page 15.
MainTEnanCE
REPLaCinG LinEaR VaRiabLE DiFFEREnTiaL
TRanSFORMER (LVDT)
CauTiOn: REMOVE POWER FIRST.
ChEKinG ThE LVDT WinDinG RESiSTanCE
1. Using a multimeter, check primary winding. Pins 1 and
4 should have approximately 75 to 105 Ω.
2. Secondary winding (pins 2 and 5 or 3 and 6) should
have approximately 70 to 100 Ω. If not in this range,
replace the LVDT.
Enclosing
tube
5 Remove C-ring
LVDT top spacer
6 Remove LVDT
1 Remove cover
4 Remove LVDT cover
2 Remove electronics
TFE
spacer
Set screws
3 Remove LVDT
7 Re-install in reverse way
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REPLaCEMEnT PaRTS - ELECTROniCS
4a
Meter/bezel
compartment
housing cover
4b
Wiring
compartment
housing cover
LVDT housing
cover
6
Wiring
board
2
Enclosing tube (see page 25)
7
3
housing
“O”-ring kit
Enclosing tube
gasket
8
5 LVDT
assembly kit
1
Electronics module
9
housing
“O”-ring kit
3
Temperature
extension gasket
(see page 25)
Order code for spare E3 Modulevel head:
Z39-4101-
3 last digits of the selection data
on pages 31, 32, 33 and 34
10
Chamber gasket /
Ring joint
(see page 25)
CauTiOn: Follow the user calibration procedure (see page 15), when replacing the following spare parts:
electronic module, LVDT assembly, stem, range spring or displacer
Partn°:
Digit in partn°:
Digit 8
H
F
Digit 8
H
F
E 3
X 1 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 10
See nameplate, always provide complete partn° and
serial n° when ordering spares.
X = if there are any deviations from a standard partn°
Electronics module (1)
Replacement part
Z31-2844-001 (HART)
Z31-2845-001 (FF)
Wiring board (2)
Digit 10
Replacement part
all
Z30-9151-001
5, 6, 7, 8, A, B, C,
Z30-9151-004
D, J, K, L or M
1, 2, 3, 4, E, F, G or H
Z30-9151-003
housing cover (4a)
Digit 10
Cast aluminium
5, 6, A, B, J or K
036-4410-001
1, 2, E or F
036-4410-003
Digit 10
Stainless steel
3, 4, 7, 8, C, D, G, H, L or M
036-4410-004
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Serial n°:
housing cover (4b)
Digit 10
Cast aluminium
5, 6, A, B, J or K
004-9193-003
1, 2, E or F
004-9193-002
Digit 10
Stainless steel
7, 8, C, D, L or M
004-9193-007
3, 4, G or H
004-9193-006
Digit 9
1
2
3
LVDT assembly kit (5)
Replacement part
089-7827-007
089-7827-008
089-7827-009
LVDT housing cover (6)
Digit 10
Replacement part
1, 2, 5, 6, A, B,
089-7837-001
E, F, J or K
(Cast aluminium)
3, 4, 7, 8, C, D,
089-7837-002
G, H, L or M
(Stainless steel)
Common parts for all units
iTEM
Replacement part
(3) Housing “O”-ring kit
089-6562-002
(8) Enclosing tube gasket
012-1204-001
REPLaCEMEnT PaRTS - SEnSinG bODy
Digit 4
11
Stem assembly
A, J or M
B, K or N
C, L or P
D
E
F
B or N
M
E or N
P
Spring
assembly kit
12
13
Cotter
pins
Digit 6
14
Displacer kit
Digit 6
3, 4, 5, A, C, D,
E, F, K or L
G, H, M or N
Enclosing tube (7)
Digit 10
Replacement part
all except
032-6401-007
E, F, G and H
E, F, G or H
032-6401-010
all
032-6401-010
Temp. Ext. Gasket (9)
Digit 4
Replacement part
J, K or L
not applicable
all except J, K and L
012-1204-001
Chamber gasket / Ring joint (10)
Digit 6
Replacement part
all
not applicable
3 or A
012-1301-017
4 or C
012-1301-018
5, D, E or K
012-1204-021
3 or 5
L
012-1904-002
F, G or M
012-1904-003
H or N
012-1904-011
3 or A
012-1301-017
4 or C
012-1301-018
5, D, E or K
012-1204-021
4 or 6
L
012-1906-002
F, G or M
012-1906-003
H or N
012-1906-011
Digit 3
1 or 2
3, 4, 5,
A, C, D,
E or K
F, G, H,
L, M or N
Spring assembly kit (12)
Digit 6
Digit 9
1
2
3
3, 4, 5, A, C,
F, G, H,
D, E or K
L, M or N
Replacement part
089-5340-002 not applicable
089-5340-005 089-5340-010
089-5340-008 not applicable
089-5340-003 not applicable
089-5340-006 089-5340-010
089-5340-009 not applicable
089-5340-005 089-5340-010
089-5340-003 not applicable
089-5340-006 089-5340-010
089-5340-009 not applicable
Displacer kit (14)
Digit 7
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
A
B
C
D
E, F, G,
H or I
Digit 4
all except
C, F, L or P
C, F, L and P
Replacement part
089-6125-001 089-6126-001
089-6125-002 089-6126-002
089-6125-003 089-6126-003
089-6125-004 089-6126-004
089-6125-005 089-6126-005
089-6125-006 089-6126-006
089-6125-007 089-6126-007
089-6125-008 089-6126-008
089-6125-009 089-6126-009
089-6125-010
089-6125-011
089-6125-012
not
089-6125-013 applicable
consult
factory
Common parts for all units
iTEM
Replacement part
(11) Stem assembly
consult factory
(13) Cotter pin
(ordering qty: 2)
010-5203-001
Kit Definitions
Stem assembly kit includes: stem assembly and LVDT core.
Spring assembly kit includes: spring assembly, screws and
lockwashers.
Displacer kit includes: displacer and cotter pins (Qty of 2).
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TRanSMiTTER SPECiFiCaTiOnS
FunCTiOnaL/PhySiCaL
Description
Power (at terminals)
Specification
Weatherproof / Intrinsically Safe: 11 to 28,4 V DC (ATEX) - 28,6 V DC (FM)
ATEX Explosion Proof 11 to 36 V DC (ATEX-FM)
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ (FISCO Intrinsically Safe): 9 to 17,5 V DC
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ (Explosion proof): 9 to 32 V DC
4-20 mA with HART®, 3,8 mA to 20,5 mA useable (meets NAMUR NE 43),
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ H1 (ITK Ver. 5)
Signal Output
Span
from 356 mm up to 3048 mm (14" up to 120") - others at request
Resolution
Analog: 0,01 mA
Display: 0,1 cm (inch)
Loop Resistance)
Damping
Diagnostic Alarm
User Interface
620 Ω @ 20,5 mA - 24 V DC
Adjustable 0-45 s
Adjustable 3,6 mA, 22 mA, HOLD
HART® communicator, AMS® or PACTware®, FOUNDATION Fieldbus™
and 3-button keypad
Display
Menu Language
Housing Material
Approvals
2-line x 8-character LCD
English/Spanish/French/German (FOUNDATION Fieldbus™: English)
IP 66/Aluminium A356T6 (< 0.20 % copper) or stainless steel
ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4, intrinsically safe
ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4, FISCO – intrinsically safe
ATEX II 1 / 2 G Ex d IIC T6, explosion proof
FM, Intrinsically Safe (FISCO) and explosion proof
FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ units are FISCO (intrinsically safe) and ATEX – FM/CSA explosion proof approved
SIL¿ (Safety Integrity Level)
Electrical Data
Equivalent Data
Shock/Vibration Class
Net and Gross Weight
Overall Dimensions
FOUNDATION
Fieldbus™ specifications
Ui = 28,4 V, li = 94 mA, Pi = 0,67 W - ATEX
Ui = 28,6 V, li = 140 mA, Pi = 1 W - FM
Ui = 17,5 V, li = 380 mA, Pi = 5,32 W (FOUNDATION Fieldbus)
ITK Version
Ci = 2,2 nF, Li = 3 µH - ATEX
Ci = 5,5 nF, Li = 9 µH - FM
Ci = 0,71 nF, Li = 3 µH (FOUNDATION Fieldbus™)
ANSI/ISA-571.03 SA1 (Shock), ANSI/ISA-571.03 VC2 (Vibration)
3 kg (7 lbs) – amplifier only
8 kg (17 lbs) – amplifier only
H 306 mm (12.05") x W 112 mm (4.41") x D 192 mm (7.56")
5.0
Function Blocks
1 x AI and 1 x PID, 1 x RB, 1 x TB
Cast aluminium
Stainless steel
H1 Device Class
H1 Profile Class
Quiescent current draw
Execution time
CFF files
¿ Not applicable for FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ units.
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LRS – Lloyds Register of Shipping (marine applications)
ROSTECH/FSTS – Russian Authorisation Standards
Functional safety to SIL 2 as 1oo1 in accordance to 61508 – SFF of 92,3 %
– full FMEDA report and declaration sheet available at request
Link Master (LAS) – selectable ON/OFF
31PS, 32L
17 mA
AI: 15 ms, PID 40 ms
Downloads available from Host system supplier or www.fieldbus.org
TRanSMiTTER SPECiFiCaTiOnS
PERFORManCE
Description
Linearity
Repeatability
Hysteresis
Response Time
Level
Interface/Density
Level
Interface/Density
Warm-up Time
Specification
± 0,50 % of full span
± 0,70 % of full span
± 0,05 % of full span
± 0,10 % of full span
± 0,05 % of full span
< 1 second
< 5 seconds
Ambient Temp.
-40
-20
-40
-40
Storage temperature
Ambient Temp. Effect
Process
Max
Temp.¿
Min
°C
°C
°C
°C
to
to
to
to
+80
+70
+70
+85
°C
°C
°C
°C
(-40 °F to +175 °F)
(-5 °F to +160 °F)
(-40 °F to +160 °F)
(-40 °F to +185 °F)
– electronics temperature range
– LCD temperature range
– for Ex ia and Ex d units
Max zero shift is 0,03 % / °C (0,017 % / °F)
+260 °C (+500 °F) for steam / + 315 °C (+600 °F) for non steam
-29 °C (-20 °F) for carbon steel models / -196 °C (-320 °F) for stainless steel models
Max Process Pressure
355 bar @ +40 °C (5150 psi @ +100 °F).
Density Range
Humidity
Electromagnetic Compatibility
¿ See temperature graphs at page 30.
from 0,23 kg/dm3 up to 2,20 kg/dm3
0-99 %, non-condensing
Meets CE requirements (EN-61326: 1997 + A1 + A2)
MEChaniCaL SPECiFiCaTiOnS
Description
Cage materials
Wetted parts
Process Connection
Displacer lengths
Spring
Displacer
Specification
carbon steel or 316/316L (1.4401/1.4404) (other materials at request)
Inconel® (other materials at request)
316/316L (1.4401/1.4404) or 316 (1.4401)
Threaded: 1 1/2" NPT-F or 2" NPT-F or 1 1/2" Socket Weld or 2" Socket Weld
Flanged: Various ANSI or EN/DIN flanges
From 356 mm (14") up to 3048 mm (120") - other lengths at request
27
DiMEnSiOnS in mm (inches)
Transmitter head
Top Mounted
E31/E32 - J/K/L
102 (4.02)
Dual Cable
Entries
3/4" nPT or
M20 x 1,5
22
(0.87)
262
(10.32)
72
(2.81)
98
(3.86)
A
A
103
(4.04)
70°
206
(8.10)
Level
Range
± 2 (0.08)
Level
Range
133 (5.24)
Side/bottom cage
E33/E34 - J/K/L
B
Side/side cage
E35/E36 - J/K/L
407 (16)
Side/side cage
E35/E36 - J/K/L
407 (16)
407 (16)
A
A
Level
Range
± 2 (0.08)
Level
Range
± 2 (0.08)
133 (5.24)
133 (5.24)
B
TEMPERaTuRE EXTEnSiOnS
1" nPT-F drain
(plug not supplied)
B
A
Level
Range
± 2 (0.08)
133 (5.24)
1" nPT-F drain
(plug not supplied)
610
(24)
B
Models E3x-D/E/F
Models E3x-M/n/P
Models E3x-a/b/C
28
407 (16)
407 (16)
100
(3.95)
159
(6.28)
509
(20)
Side/bottom cage
E33/E34 - J/K/L
712
(28)
C
DiMEnSiOnS in mm (inches)
Dimension a for all models
Cage rating
150 / 300 / 600 lbs
PN 16 .. PN 100
900 / 1500 lbs
PN 160 / PN 250
2500 lbs
PN 320
SG range
4 th digit
Dimension a
1.10 - 2.20
L/C/P/F
186 (7.32)
0.23 - 0.54
0.55 - 1.09
0.55 - 1.09
J/A/M/D
K/B/N/E
K/B/N/E
236 (9.29)
186 (7.32)
245 (9.65)
320 (12.60)
Dimensions b and C for external cage models (E33/E34/E35/E36)
Flanged process connections
Flange size
1 1/2"
2"
DN 40
DN 50
Flange rating
150 / 300 / 600 lbs
600 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
2500 lbs
150 / 300 / 600 lbs
600 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
2500 lbs
PN 16 / PN 25 / PN 40
PN 63 / PN 100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
PN 16
PN 25 / 40
PN 63
PN 100
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
Threaded / Socket weld process connections
Size
1 1/2"
2"
Cage rating
150 / 300 / 600 / 900 lbs
1500 lbs
2500 lbs
150 / 300 / 600 / 900 lbs
1500 lbs
2500 lbs
Connection type
Slip on - ANSI RF
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Slip on - ANSI RF
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
Weldneck - ANSI RJ
EN 1092-1 Type B1
EN 1092-1 Type B2
EN 1092-1 Type B2
EN 1092-1 Type B2
EN 1092-1 Type B2
EN 1092-1 Type B1
EN 1092-1 Type B1
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
Connection type
NPT/SW
NPT/SW
NPT/SW
NPT/SW
NPT/SW
NPT/SW
b
Dimensions
180 (7.09)
180 (7.09)
193 (7.60)
185 (7.28)
228 (8.98)
185 (7.28)
185 (7.28)
214 (8.43)
211 (8.31)
249 (9.80)
180 (7.09)
200 (7.87)
143 (5.63)
177 (6.97)
197 (7.76)
185 (7.28)
188 (7.40)
202 (7.95)
208 (8.19)
159 (6.26)
186 (7.32)
214 (8.43)
b
Dimensions
81 (3.19)
89 (3.50)
102 (4.02)
84 (3.31)
98 (3.86)
111 (4.37)
C
268 (10.55)
268 (10.55)
283 (11.14)
283 (11.14)
313 (12.32)
273 (10.75)
273 (10.75)
303 (11.93)
303 (11.93)
328 (12.91)
268 (10.55)
288 (11.34)
288 (11.34)
303 (11.93)
313 (12.32)
273 (10.75)
278 (10.95)
293 (11.54)
298 (11.73)
303 (11.93)
313 (12.32)
328 (12.91)
C
Not
Applicable
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OPERaTinG TEMPERaTuRES
The following charts lists combinations of process and ambient temperatures that should not be exceeded, with standard
instruments
non-steam applications
350
Process temperature °C
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
30
35
40
45
Digit 4 = J/K/L
50
55
ambient temp. °C
Digit 4 = a/b/C
Digit 4 = M/n/P and digit 9 = 1
60
65
70
75
Digit 4 = D/E/F
Digit 4 = M/n/P and digit 9 = 3
Steam applications
Process temperature °C
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
30
35
40
45
Digit 4 = K
50
55
ambient temp. °C
Digit 4 = b
Digit 4 = n
60
65
70
75
Digit 4 = E
MODEL iDEnTiFiCaTiOn
a complete measuring system consists of:
1. One order code for a complete standard E3 Modulevel® transmitter.
Order code for modified models/adders: put an "X" in front of the closest matching order code and specify the modification/adders separately.
e.g: XE35-KQ3A-H1B
X = material certification EN 10204-3.1
2. Options:
- Adjustable displacer hanger for top mounted units, cable length 2,5 m (8'). Order code 032-3110-004 – required
when distance between the top of the displacer and the flange face is > dimension a (see page 10 & 11) + 60 mm
(2.36").
- Free of charge: Magnetrol master C.D. with E3 Modulevel DTM (PACTware®). Order code: 090-bE59-200 (included in
each order).
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MODEL iDEnTiFiCaTiOn – nOn STEaM applications (max 600 lbs)
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
Carbon steel models
E 3 1
E 3 3
E 3 5
Stainless steel models
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
E 3 2
E 3 4
E 3 6
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND PROCESS TEMPERATURE (consult factory for interface applications)
Match temperature extensions with max. process temperature (digit 9)
150° C
200° C
230°C
290°C
315°C
L
C
P
F
P
J
A
K
M
B
D
N
E
PROCESS CONNECTION
For top mounted connection type
150 lbs
RF
G3
H3
K3
M
E31/E32 - ANSI Flange rating
600 lbs
300 lbs
RF
RF
RJ
G4
G5
GK
H4
H5
HK
K4
K5
KK
Size
3"
4"
6"
For external cage models
N
max. temp. / S.G.
0.23 - 0.54 specific gravity
0.55 - 1.09 specific gravity
1.10 - 2.20 specific gravity
E31/E32 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 16 PN 25/40 PN 63
PN 100
Size
Type B1 Type B1 Type B2 Type B2
EA
FA
GA
EC
FC
GC
ED
FD
GD
EE
FE
GE
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
E33 ... E36 - ANSI Flange/Cage rating
E33 ... E36 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
600 lbs
300 lbs
PN 16 PN 25/40 PN 63
PN 100
Size
Size
RF
Type B1 Type B1 Type B2 Type B2
RF
RJ
P3
P4
P5
PK
11/2" flanged
DN 40
Q3
Q4
Q5
QK
2" flanged
CA
CC
CD
CE
flanged
A3
A4
A5
11/2" NPT-F
E3
E4
E5
2" NPT-F
DN 50
R3
R4
R5
11/2" S.W.
DA
DC
DD
DE
flanged
F3
F4
F5
2" S.W.
150 lbs
RF
LEVEL RANGE
356
14
A
813
32
1219
48
B
C
1524
60
1829
72
D
E
2134
84
F
2438
96
G
2743
108
H
3048
120
I
mm
inches
code
TRANSMITTER ELECTRONICS
OUTPUT/COMMUNICATION
H
F
4-20 mA with Hart® communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
MAX PROCESS TEMPERATURE
Match max. process temperature with temperature extensions (digit 4)
1
3
Process temp. up to +290 °C (+550 °F)
– digit 4: ALL
Process temp. from +291 °C (+551 °F) up to +315 °C (+600 °F) – digit 4: M, N or P
APPROVALS & HOUSING
Cast aluminium
NPT
M20
J
K
A
B
E
F
5
6
1
2
3/4"
E 3
Stainless Steel
NPT
M20
L
M
C
D
G
H
7
8
3
4
3/4"
housing material
Cable entry
Approval
Weatherproof
ATEX and FISCO intrinsically safe
ATEX (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
FM and FISCO intrinsically safe
FM (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
complete code for E3 Modulevel transmitter – nOn STEaM applications
31
MODEL iDEnTiFiCaTiOn – STEaM applications (max 600 lbs)
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
Carbon steel models
E 3 1
E 3 3
E 3 5
Stainless steel models
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
E 3 2
E 3 4
E 3 6
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND PROCESS TEMPERATURE (consult factory for interface applications)
Match temperature extensions with max. process temperature (digit 9)
150°C
200°C
K
230°C
B
N
PROCESS CONNECTION
For top mounted connection type
150 lbs
RF
G3
H3
K3
E31/E32 - ANSI Flange rating
600 lbs
300 lbs
RF
RF
RJ
G4
G5
GK
H4
H5
HK
K4
K5
KK
E
Size
3"
4"
6"
For external cage models
max. temp. / S.G.
260°C
0.55 - 1.09 specific gravity
E31/E32 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 16 PN 25/40 PN 63
PN 100
Size
Type B1 Type B1 Type B2 Type B2
EA
FA
GA
EC
FC
GC
ED
FD
GD
EE
FE
GE
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
E33 ... E36 - ANSI Flange/Cage rating
E33 ... E36 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
600 lbs
300 lbs
PN 16 PN 25/40 PN 63
PN 100
Size
Size
RF
Type B1 Type B1 Type B2 Type B2
RF
RJ
P3
P4
P5
PK
11/2" flanged
DN 40
Q3
Q4
Q5
QK
2" flanged
CA
CC
CD
CE
flanged
A3
A4
A5
11/2" NPT-F
E3
E4
E5
2" NPT-F
DN 50
R3
R4
R5
11/2" S.W.
DA
DC
DD
DE
flanged
F3
F4
F5
2" S.W.
150 lbs
RF
LEVEL RANGE
356
14
A
813
32
1219
48
B
C
1524
60
D
1829
72
E
2134
84
F
2438
96
G
2743
108
H
3048
120
I
mm
inches
code
TRANSMITTER ELECTRONICS
OUTPUT/COMMUNICATION
H
F
4-20 mA with Hart® communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
MAX PROCESS TEMPERATURE
Match max. process temperature with temperature extensions (digit 4)
1
2
3
Process temp. up to +150 °C (+300 °F)
– digit 4: K
Process temp. from +151 °C (+301 °F) up to +230 °C (+450 °F) – digit 4: B or N
Process temp. from +231 °C (+451 °F) up to +260 °C (+500 °F) – digit 4: E
APPROVALS & HOUSING
Cast aluminium
NPT
M20
J
K
A
B
E
F
5
6
1
2
3/4"
E 3
32
Stainless Steel
NPT
M20
L
M
C
D
G
H
7
8
3
4
3/4"
housing material
Cable entry
Approval
Weatherproof
ATEX and FISCO intrinsically safe
ATEX (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
FM and FISCO intrinsically safe
FM (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
complete code for E3 Modulevel transmitter – STEaM applications
MODEL iDEnTiFiCaTiOn – nOn STEaM applications (from 900 lbs to 2500 lbs)
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
Carbon steel models
E 3 1
E 3 3
E 3 5
Stainless steel models
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
E 3 2
E 3 4
E 3 6
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND PROCESS TEMPERATURE (consult factory for interface applications)
Match temperature extensions with max. process temperature (digit 9)
150° C
K
200° C
230° C
B
290°C
N
E
PROCESS CONNECTION
For top mounted connection type
E31/E32 - ANSI Flange rating
2500 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
RJ ¿
RJ
RJ
GL
–
–
HL
HM
HN
KL
KM
KN
Size
3"
4"
6"
For external cage models
E33...E36 - ANSI Flange/Cage rating
2500 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
RJ ¿
RJ
RJ
PL
PM
PN
QL
QM
QN
AL
AM
AN
EL
EM
EN
RL
RM
RN
FL
FM
FN
Size
1 1/2" flanged
2" flanged
1 1/2" NPT-F
2" NPT-F
1 1/2" S.W.
2" S.W.
max. temp. / S.G.
315° C
N
0.55 - 1.09 specific gravity
E31/E32 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
Type B2
Type B2
Type B2
EF
EG
EH
FF
FG
FH
GF
GG
GH
E33...E36 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
Type B2
Type B2
Type B2
CF
CG
CH
DF
DG
DH
¿ Max. 355 bar (5150 psig) @ +40 °C (+100 °F)
LEVEL RANGE
356
14
A
813
32
1219
48
B
C
1524
60
D
TRANSMITTER ELECTRONICS
OUTPUT/COMMUNICATION
H
F
E
2134
84
F
2438
96
G
2743
108
H
3048
120
I
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
Size
DN 40
flanged
DN 50
flanged
mm
inches
code
4-20 mA with Hart® communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
MAX PROCESS TEMPERATURE
Match max. process temperature with temperature extensions (digit 4)
1
3
Process temp. up to +290 °C (+550 °F)
– digit 4: ALL
Process temp. from +291 °C (+551 °F) up to +315 °C (+600 °F) – digit 4: N
APPROVALS & HOUSING
Cast aluminium
NPT
M20
J
K
A
B
E
F
5
6
1
2
3/4"
E 3
1829
72
Size
Stainless Steel
NPT
M20
L
M
C
D
G
H
7
8
3
4
3/4"
housing material
Cable entry
Approval
Weatherproof
ATEX and FISCO intrinsically safe
ATEX (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
FM and FISCO intrinsically safe
FM (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
complete code for E3 Modulevel transmitter –
nOn STEaM applications / high pressure
33
MODEL iDEnTiFiCaTiOn – STEaM applications (from 900 lbs to 2500 lbs)
BASIC MODEL NUMBER
Carbon steel models
E 3 1
E 3 3
E 3 5
Stainless steel models
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
E 3 2
E 3 4
E 3 6
top mounted E3 Modulevel
E3 Modulevel with side/bottom cage
E3 Modulevel with side/side cage
SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND PROCESS TEMPERATURE (consult factory for interface applications)
Match temperature extensions with max. process temperature (digit 9)
150°C
200°C
K
230°C
B
N
PROCESS CONNECTION
For top mounted connection type
E31/E32 - ANSI Flange rating
2500 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
RJ ¿
RJ
RJ
GL
–
–
HL
HM
HN
KL
KM
KN
E
Size
3"
4"
6"
For external cage models
E33...E36 - ANSI Flange/Cage rating
2500 lbs
900 lbs
1500 lbs
RJ ¿
RJ
RJ
PL
PM
PN
QL
QM
QN
AL
AM
AN
EL
EM
EN
RL
RM
RN
FL
FM
FN
max. temp. / S.G.
260°C
Size
1 1/2" flanged
2" flanged
1 1/2" NPT-F
2" NPT-F
1 1/2" S.W.
2" S.W.
0.55 - 1.09 specific gravity
E31/E32 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
Type B2
Type B2
Type B2
EF
EG
EH
FF
FG
FH
GF
GG
GH
E33...E36 - EN 1092-1 (DIN) Flange rating
PN 160
PN 250
PN 320
Type B2
Type B2
Type B2
CF
CG
CH
DF
DG
DH
¿ Max. 355 bar (5150 psig) @ +40 °C (+100 °F)
LEVEL RANGE
356
14
A
813
32
1219
48
B
C
1524
60
1829
72
D
TRANSMITTER ELECTRONICS
E
2134
84
F
2438
96
G
2743
108
H
3048
120
I
Size
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150
Size
DN 40
flanged
DN 50
flanged
mm
inches
code
OUTPUT/COMMUNICATION
H
F
4 - 20 mA with Hart® communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication incl. display / 3 button keypad
MAX PROCESS TEMPERATURE
Match max. process temperature with temperature extensions (digit 4)
1
2
3
Process temp. up to +150 °C (+300 °F)
– digit 4: K
Process temp. from +151 °C (+301 °F) up to +230 °C (+450 °F) – digit 4: B or N
Process temp. from +231 °C (+451 °F) up to +260 °C (+500 °F) – digit 4: E
APPROVALS & HOUSING
Cast aluminium
NPT
M20
J
K
A
B
E
F
5
6
1
2
3/4"
E 3
34
Stainless Steel
NPT
M20
L
M
C
D
G
H
7
8
3
4
3/4"
housing material
Cable entry
Approval
Weatherproof
ATEX and FISCO intrinsically safe
ATEX (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
FM and FISCO intrinsically safe
FM (Hart and FF) Explosion proof
complete code for E3 Modulevel transmitter –
STEaM applications / high pressure
E3 Modulevel Displacer Type Transmitter
®
Configuration Data Sheet
Copy blank page and store calibration data for future reference and troubleshooting.
(data can also be printed from PACTware with function print online parameterisation)
identification
Vessel name
Vessel #
Process medium
Tag #
Electronics serial #
Configuration
item
Screen
Loop
«Loop»
Level
Level units
Process SG
Operating temp
4 mA point
20 mA point
Level offset
Damping
System fault state
Trim level
Trim 4 mA
Trim 20 mA
Measurement type
Calibration selected
Calibrated SG
Dry sensor value
Sensor cal low
Level cal low
Sensor cal high
Level cal high
LVDT % used
Firmware version
«Level»
Value
Value
«LvlUnits»
«Proc SG»
«OperTemp»
«Set 4mA»
«Set 20mA»
«Lvl Ofst»
«Damping»
«Fault»
«Trim Lvl»
«Trim 4»
«Trim 20»
«MeasType»
«Calselect»
«Calib SG»
«DrySensr»
«SnsrCalLo»
«LvlCalLo»
«SnsrCalHi»
«LvlCalHi»
«LVDT%»
«E3 ModHT»
35
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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Purchaser Name
Description of Material
Serial Number and Ref Number
Desired Action
Reason for Return
Process details
All shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid transportation. Magnetrol will not accept collect shipments.
All replacements will be shipped FOB factory.
BULLETIN N°:
EFFECTIVE:
SUPERSEDES:
UNDER RESERVE OF MODIFICATIONS
BE 48-635.1
OCTOBER 2009
March 2009
www.m a gne tr ol.c om
BENELUX
FRANCE
Heikensstraat 6, 9240 Zele, België -Belgique
Tel. +32 (0)52.45.11.11 • Fax. +32 (0)52.45.09.93 • E-Mail: info@magnetrol.be
DEUTSCHLAND
Alte Ziegelei 2-4, D-51491 Overath
Tel. +49 (0)2204 / 9536-0 • Fax. +49 (0)2204 / 9536-53 • E-Mail: vertrieb@magnetrol.de
INDIA
B-506, Sagar Tech Plaza, Saki Naka Junction, Andheri (E), Mumbai - 400072
Tel. +91 22 2850 7903 • Fax. +91 22 2850 7904 • E-Mail: info@magnetrolindia.com
ITALIA
Via Arese 12, I-20159 Milano
Tel. +39 02 607.22.98 • Fax. +39 02 668.66.52 • E-Mail: mit.gen@magnetrol.it
RUSSIA
198095 Saint-Petersburg, Marshala Govorova street, house 35A, office 427
Tel. +7 812 320 70 87 • E-Mail: info@magnetrol.ru
U.A.E.
DAFZA Office 5EA 722 • PO Box 293671 • Dubai
Tel. +971-4-6091735 • Fax +971-4-6091736 • E-Mail: info@magnetrol.ae
UNITED
KINGDOM
Unit 1 Regent Business Centre, Jubilee Road Burgess Hill West Sussex RH 15 9TL
Tel. +44 (0)1444 871313 • Fax +44 (0)1444 871317 • E-Mail: sales@magnetrol.co.uk