Entire Catalog Supplement FI 01 (6 MB)

Process Instrumentation
Field Instruments for Process Automation
July 2012 Supplement
Introduction
The Process Instrumentation & Analytics Business Segment of Siemens Industry, Inc. is a leader in providing
innovative solutions to process instrumentation and control challenges. It is the operational center for Siemens’
process instrumentation and control business in North America. The Process Instrumentation business
provides a complete line of reliable measurement and control products, including: transmitters for level,
pressure, temperature, and flow; loop controllers; valve instrumentation products, regulators and relays;
process protection instruments; weigh feeders and belt scales. Siemens Process Instrumentation solutions help
increase productivity and plant safety, reduce time-to-market and improve product quality across the process
industries, such as chemical, pharmaceutical, bio-pharmaceutical, oil & gas, water and wastewater treatment,
mining, pulp & paper and refining.
This catalog supplement includes only those items manufactured in Spring House, sold here in the US, and
not covered in the Siemens Field Instruments FI 01 catalog. If you do not find the product you are looking for
in this supplement, please contact our factory for more information. We will be happy to connect you with a
sales representative in your area that covers the products and services that you need.
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Process Instrumentation
1201 Sumneytown Pike
PO Box 900
Spring House, PA 19477
215-646-7400
Siemens Industry, Inc. assures no liability for errors or omissions in this and any attached documents or for the application and use of information
included in this and any attached documents. The information herein is subject to change without notice.
1.1
1
Table of Contents
Introduction........................................................................................... 1.0
Introduction........................................................................................................... 1.1
Table of Contents ................................................................................................. 1.2
Control Solutions................................................................................. 2.0
Controllers............................................................................................................ 2.1
Model 353 Process Automation Controller............................................................... 2.1
i|config™ Controller Configuration Utility.................................................................. 2.6
Model 353 Ethernet Remote I/O............................................................................... 2.7
i|ware OPC Server.................................................................................................... 2.9
i|ware for 353 Series Controllers............................................................................... 2.10
i|station for 353 Series Controllers............................................................................ 2.12
Valve Control Products........................................................................ 3.0
Valve Positioners ................................................................................................. 3.1
Series 760 P/E Valve Positioner............................................................................... 3.1
Series 73 Built-In Valve Positioner............................................................................ 3.7
Series 74 Valve Positioner........................................................................................ 3.9
Transducers ......................................................................................... 3.12
Models 77 and 771 Current-to-Pneumatic Transducers.......................................... 3.12
Regulators and Relays......................................................................... 4.0
Regulators.............................................................................................................. 4.1
Models 40, 41, and 42 Precision Pressure Regulators.............................................. 4.1
Model 91-HF Filter-Regulator....................................................................................4.7
Model 2306 Instrument Air Filter...............................................................................4.9
Relays..................................................................................................................... 4.10
Series 61 Booster Relays.......................................................................................... 4.10
Series 62 Constant-Differential Relays......................................................................4.14
Series 63 Constant Differential Flow Controllers.......................................................4.16
Model 66 Amplifying and Reducing Relays...............................................................4.18
Model 661 Amplifying Relays with Bias.....................................................................4.20
1.3
1
Controllers
Model 353 Process Automation Controller
with Ethernet Communication (Design Level B)
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Affords easy integration with and migration to existing systems
Multiple loop capabilities for indication, control, logic,
or sequencing accommodate comprehensive process
control needs
Scalable hardware provides lower entry costs, without
limiting future needs
Full configuration capability via front faceplate push-buttons allows
quick field changes without requiring additional tools
2
Ethernet communication is standard, providing peer-to-peer
communications.
RS485 MODBUS® network connection allows multi-drop
wiring for operation, monitoring, troubleshooting, or
configuration from a system workstation
Front panel PC connection accommodates local configuration,
monitoring, or troubleshooting using the graphical
configuration software
Real Time Clock provides status ouput based on time of day.
Removeable configuration media stores a complete backup
copy of the control strategy configuration
Factory Configured Options (FCOs) facilitate fast
configuration for common applications
Password protection provides individual security for various
plant personnel
Graphical configuration program provides a choice of
function block or ladder logic configuration
Short case design allows mounting in 12" deep cabinets
Coated circuit boards ensure reliable operation and
environmental integrity
Description
The Model 353 Process Automation Controller is a stand-alone,
microprocessor-based industrial controller designed for a broad
range of process applications. It can serve as a simple single-loop
controller or as a multi-loop controller with complete control and
logic functions for a small unit batch or continuous process. The
Model 353’s standard Ethernet communication enables it to
function as an integral element in a plant system.
using the L (Loop) & S (Station) indicator lights along with the
priority assignments and flashing options of each alarm.
User defined pushbuttons in each loop can be used for traditional
functions, such as Console/Local, External/Internal Switching or
individual user requirements, such as Start, Stop or Jog. Multiple
variables are displayed on the operator faceplate and viewed
using the D button. User defined units assigned to each variable
are displayed via the UNITS button. Complete configuration of
the Model 353 is available using buttons located behind the
flipdown ID door.
A built-in library of preconfigured control strategies (FCOs)
enable selection of common basic controller types for quick
field set-up. A large selection of reusable function blocks
enable simple changes to FCOs or the design of a custom
control strategy to meet the needs of specific process control
application. The Model 353 Configuration Utility accommodates
design, downloading, uploading, and on-line monitoring
capabilities for improved management of controller
configurations. In addition, sequencer/logic loops can be
configured and monitored on-line in ladder diagram format
for those more familiar with this language.
Loops are configured for control, sequence, or logic as needed
within the Model 353. Each configured loop can have a virtual
operator display that is viewed locally using the LOOP button
on the faceplate and is mapped to network communication
for a plant operator station. Alarm management is handled
2.1
Controllers
Model 353 Process Automation Controller
with Ethernet Communication (Design Level B)
Technical data
Specifications
Electrical & Environmental
Power Requirements
Thermocouple: J, K, T, E, S, R, B & N
RTD: DIN 43760, US (NBS126), JIS C-1604
Slidewire: 500-5000
Ohms: 0-5000
Millivolt: Narrow: -19.0 to 19.0 mV; Wide:-30.0 to 77.0 mV
I/O Expander Board: Qty 2
25 Watts, 40 VA (max.)
Digital/Frequency Input, Universal (isolated)
2-Wire Transmitter Power
Frequency Range: 0 to 25,000 Hz
Minimum Operating Frequency: 0.05 Hz
ON Voltage: 4-30 Vdc
OFF Voltage: 0-1 Vdc
Input Current: <5 mA @ 30 Vdc
I/O Expander Board: Qty 2
Power Supply
Standard: 120/240 Vac (85 to 264 Vac); 47 to 63 Hz
Optional: 24 Vdc, +20%, -15%
2
Analog Input, Universal (isolated)
Voltage: 25 Vdc ±3V
Current: 120 mA, short circuit protected
Hazardous Area Approvals Pending
FM/CSA: Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D
ABS
CE
(Consult Siemens for current approvals)
Ambient Temperature Range
Operating: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Storage: -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C)
Climate Conditions - IEC654-1
Outputs
Analog Outputs (non-isolated)
4-20 mA into 800 ohms (max.)
MPU Controller Board: Qty 2
I/O Expander Board: Qty 1
Digital Outputs (non-isolated)
IEC 801-2
Open Collector Transistor (emitter @ station common)
Load Voltage: 30Vdc (maximum)
Load Current: 100 mA (maximum)
Off State Leakage Current: <200 A @ 30 Vdc
MPU Controller Board: Qty 2
RFI Protection
Relay Outputs (SPDT)
IEC 801-3
Contact Rating: 5A @ 120 Vac, 2.5 A @ 230 Vac, Resistive Load
Minimum Current: 100 mA @ 10 mVdc; 150 mA @ 50 mVac
I/O Expander Board: Qty 2
Class B3 - Standard Mounting
Class D1 - Installed per instructions in Class D1 enclosure
Electrostatic Discharge
Electrical Transients
IEC 801-4
Net Weight
6 lbs.
Heat Dissipation
80 BTU/Hr.
Scan Time
Optional Boards
Local I/O Expander
Communication
Front configuration port: RS232 MODBUS
Rear port: RS485 MODBUS
Ethernet: MODBUS/TCP
Varies with configuration: 20 msec (minimum)
Standard Configuration
Inputs
Analog Inputs (non-isolated)
1-5 Vdc, 4-20 mA with included 250 resistor
MPU Controller Board: Qty 3
I/O Expander Board: Qty 1
Digital Inputs (isolated)
0-1 Vdc OFF, 15-30 Vdc ON
MPU Controller Board: Qty 3
I/O Expander Board: Qty 1
Nine of the most common control strategies have been stored
in a built-in library and can be selected with a single pushbutton
entry. These control strategies, which can be customized to
accommodate individual needs, are:
Single-Loop Controller with Tracking Setpoint
Single-Loop Controller with Fixed Setpoint
Ratio Set Controller with Operator Setpoint Limits
Single-Loop Controller with Operator Setpoint Limits
Cascade Loop Controller
Cascade Loop Controller with Operator Setpoint Limits
External Set Controller with Tracking Setpoint
External Setpoint with Fixed Setpoint
Dual Loop controller
2.2
Controllers
Model 353 Process Automation Controller
with Ethernet Communication (Design Level B)
Technical data
Function Blocks
Control strategies within the Model 353 are configured using the
following function blocks, which are stored in memory. The total
number and type of I/O function blocks available in the Model
353 depend on the installed hardware, and when available, can
be used as needed within a configured loop. Loop function
blocks can be used in the quantities indicated within each loop.
Each
configured
loop
can
contain
one
operator display block & one controller block*.
Station Hardware I/O
AIN1-4 - Analog Input
AINU1-2 - Analog Input Universal
AOUT1-3 - Analog Output
DIN1-4 - Digital Input
DINU1-2 - Digital Input, Universal
DOUT1-2 - Digital Output
ROUT1-2 - Relay Output
Ethernet Peer-To-Peer I/O
AIE01-32 - Analog Input Ethernet
AOE01-32 - Analog Output Ethernet
AWE01-32 - Analog Write Ethernet
CIE01-32 - Coil Input Ethernet
CWE01-32 - Coil Write Ethernet
DIE01-32 - Digital Input Ethernet
DOE01-32 - Digital Output Ethernet
DWE01-32 - Digital Write Ethernet
Loop Function Blocks
A/M - Auto/Manual
ACS01-99 - ARC Cosine
ADD01-99 - Addition
AGA3 - Orifice Metering of Natural Gas
AGA7 - Measurement of Gas by Turbine Meters
AGA8 - Compressibility Factors of Natural Gas
ALARM - Alarm
AND01-99 - AND Logic
ASN01-99 - ARC Sine
ATD01-05 - Analog Trend Display
ATN01-09 - Arc Tangent
BATOT - Batch Totalizer
BATSW - Batch Switch
BIAS - Bias
CHR01-99 - Characterizer
CMP01-99 - Comparator
COS01-99 - Cosine
DAM01-99 - Deviation Amplifier
DIV01-99 - Division
DNC01-99 - Divide by N Counter
DTM01-99 - Dead Time Table
DYT01-99 - Delay Timer
E/I - External/Internal Transfer
ESL - Event Sequence Logger
EXP01-99 - Natural Exponentiation
EXT01-99 - Exponentiation
FTG01-99 - Falling Edge Trigger
GB01-99
HLD01-99
ID*
LL01-99
LMT01-99
LN01-99
LOG01-99
MTH01-99
MUL01-99
NND01-99
NOR01-99
NOT01-99
ODC*
ODS*
ODA*
ODD*
ODP*
ONOFF*
OR01-99
ORSL
OST01-99
PB1SW
PB2SW
PB3SW
PCOM
PD*
PID*
PIDAG*
PRSEQ
QHD01-99
RATIO
RCT01-99
RLM01-99
ROT01-99
RSF01-99
RTG01-99
RTT01-99
SCL01-99
SEL01-99
SETPT
SIN01-99
SPLIM
SRF01-99
SRT01-99
SUB01-99
TAN01-99
TH01-99
TOT01-99
TSW01-99
XOR01-99
-
Gain & Bias
Hold
ID Controller
Lead/Lag
Limit
Natural Logarithm
Logarithm Base 10
Math
Multiplication
NAND Logic
NOR Logic
NOT Logic
Operator Display for Controllers
Operator Display for Sequencers
Operator Display for Analog
Operator Display for Discrete
Operator Display for Pushbutton
ON OFF Controller
OR Logic
Override Selector
One Shot Timer
PB1 Switch
PB2 Switch
PB3 Switch
Phase Communication
PD Controller
PID Controller
PIDAG Controller
Program Sequencer
Quickset Hold
Ratio
Repeat Cycle Timer
Rate Limiter
Retentive On Timer
RS Flip-Flop
Rising Edge Trigger
Real Time Clock Trip
Scaler
Signal Selector
Setpoint
Sine
Setpoint Limit
SR Flip-Flop
Square Root
Subtraction
Tangent
Track & Hold
Totalizer
Transfer Switch
Exclusive OR Logic
NOTE:
Each configured loop can have one operator display block and one controller block.
2.3
2
Controllers
Model 353 Process Automation Controller
with Ethernet Communication (Design Level B)
Ordering data
Model Number
Process Automation Controller
w/Ethernet Communication
Order No.
TGX: 353
Controller Board
• 120/240 Vac (85-264 Vac);
47-63 Hz
• 24 Vdc, +20%, -15%
Mounting Case
• Standard Case with Ethernet Connector
• High Shock & Vibration Case w/ Ethernet Connector
Operator's Display Panel
• Fixed Analog & Digital Displays
Expander Board
• Not Required
• Local I/O Expander (T/C, RTD, Frequency, Relay, ..)
Multi Media Card
• MMC
ModificationOption
• Not required
• Controller modified as detailed in order Bill of Material)
Design Level
• Design Level B
Electrical Approval
• Not required
• FM/CSA Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D suitable
for non-incendive (CE Compliant)
• FM/CSA Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D suitable
for non-incendive (CE Compliant & ABS Approved)
Sample Model Number
TGX:353
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4
5
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C
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B
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CNB 4
2.5
Controllers
Model 353 Process Automation Controller Ethernet Remote I/O
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Web Browser Configuration enables simple setup and calibration without the need for special configuration or calibration software.
Ethernet Protocol allows the use of standard Ethernet
network hardware and cables.
Direct Network Interface. Each module has its own built-in
micro controller for Ethernet communication thus eliminating
the need for bus couplers or common bus interfaces.
Complete Isolation of the I/O, power, & network circuits
provide easier installation including greater improved
safetyand noise immunity.
2
Network Security is provided by password protection for
configuration & calibration.
Wide Ambient Temperature Range provides reliable
operation from -20 to 70°C.
Simple System Integration provided by standard 353
function blocks enable configuration of update rates, range
units, engineering units, etc in less time.
Wide Range of Module Types including Current & Voltage
inputs; Discrete inputs and outputs; Thermocouple, RTD,
ACCurrent, & Resistance inputs solve complete I/O needs.
Description
These modules will extend the I/O of the 353 controller in
applications requiring larger data collection. Modules transfer data using standard Ethernet networking
techniques.Modules can be mounted local to the controller
or in remoteareas. A wide range of analog and discrete modules are available to meet most process applications.
2.7
Controllers
Model 353 process Automation Controller Ethernet Remote I/O
Ordering data
Model Number
Remote I/O
2
Order No.
A6X:
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Ethernet I/O Modules
• DC Current Input - 6 Differential Channels [961EN-4006]
• DC Voltage Input - 6 Differential Channels [962EN-4006]
• DC Current Input - 12 Single Ended Channels [963EN-4012]
• DC Voltage Input - 12 Single Ended Channels [964EN-4012]
• Thermocouple/MV Input - 4 Channels [965EN-4004]
• Thermocouple/MV Input - 6 Channels [965EN-4006]
• RTD/Resistance Input - 4 Channels [966EN-4004]
• RTD/Resistance Input - 6 Channels [966EN-4006]
• DC Current Output - 4 Channels [972EN-4004]
• DC Current Output - 6 Channels [972EN-4006]
• DC Voltage Output - 4 Channels [973EN-4004]
• DC Voltage Output - 6 Channels [973EN-4006]
• Discrete Input - 12 Channels [981EN-4012]
• Discrete Output - 12 Channels [982EN-4012]
• Discrete Input/Output - 12 Channels [983EN-4012]
30001750
30001751
30001752
30001753
30001754
30001755
30001822
30001823
30001824
30001827
30001829
30001831
30001832
30001833
30001835
Ethernet I/O Module Accessories
• Ethernet Switch - 5 Port [900EN-5005]
• AC Current Sensor [5020-350]
• Ethernet Cat5 Cable - 3 ft. [5035-355]
• Ethernet Cat5 Cross-Over Cable - 5 ft. [[5035-360]
• Universal Power Supply - 24Vdc/600mA [PS5R-B24]
• Universal Power Supply - 24Vdc/2.1A [PS5R-D24]
• Universal Power Supply - 24Vdc/5A [PS5R-F24]
• DIN Rail - 3.0 in. long [DIN RAIL 3.0]
• DIN Rail - 16.7 in. long [DIN RAIL 16.7]
• Rack Mount Kit - 19 in. [20RM-16-DIN]
• User Manuals on CD [5035-547]
30001964
30001965
30001966
30001967
30001969
30001970
30001955
30001956
30001957
30001958
30001959
2.8
Controllers
i|ware OPC Server
Introduction
Description
Features & Benefits
Universal location for all process information so you only
have to enter information once, which significantly
minimizes manual errors
The OPC data server automatically reads the network,
identifies attached controllers, and generates a global
system database within a few minutes
i|ware OPC data server can be used with any OPC client
to facilitate plantwide communications
Ability to test communication with the controller prior to
generating an HMI interface
Support of other protocols, such as Moore’s Local
Instrument Link (LIL), Modbus, and Ethernet, to integrate
with your other control systems and field devices
Monitoring mode that allows on-line value viewing
and checking
Alarm
Logger
Client
Procidia
AlarmWorxTM
Alarm
Database
i|ware server is an OPC-compliant data server that generates
a system-wide global database with the click of a mouse. i|ware
OPC server acts as the universal location for all of your
process information, including tags, alarms and history.
So, you only ever have to enter information once, which
significantly minimizes the possibility of manual errors and cuts
your configuration time in half.
The OPC data server automatically reads the network to see
what controllers are attached and generates a global system
database. This database maintains itself and updates live
process variables, plus changes to the controllers, such as
tag and range values. Your system database and HMI—
complete with status screens, group displays, and control and
sequencer faceplates—are automatically created from your
control strategy data.
Because it is an OPC-compliant server, the i|ware OPC server
integrates with the HMI and any other OPC-compliant
clients to facilitate plant-wide communication. It also provides
a standard mechanism to transfer data from one to the other.
Besides decreasing your costs and increasing your
bottom-line, this approach allows you to move to start-up
more quickly.
HMI
Client
Procidia
i|ware
i|ware
OPC
Server
Trend
Logger
Client
Procidia
TrendWorxTM
Trend
Database
Reports
Controller (Configuration)
(i|pac)
2.9
2
Controllers
i|ware for 353 Series Controller
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Five levels of screens are automatically created, based on
controller strategy, eliminating days of HMI development time
50 ms dynamic animation updates provide operators with
up-to-the-minute information
Powerful display creation and animation tools, coupled with
an advanced symbol library, expedite operator interface
customization
2
Built-in expressions and calculations, as well as display,
trending, and alarm management functions, deliver
comprehensive operator information
Scalable and fixed scale displays that allow information to
be displayed in the form and manner required for a
particular application
Embedding of ActiveX® controls and OLE objects to
display information from other systems and devices
Specifications
Ability to log, time-stamp, and store controller alarms and
events on a PC hard drive for later review and analysis
Recommended Requirements
Description
i|ware is a comprehensive operator interface—including
status screens, group displays, control faceplates, and loop
detail and tuning screens—that is automatically created from
the controller database. That makes your job easier and
significantly reduces costs by completely eliminating your
initial HMI development effort. But, you can still add
graphics and modify the screens that i|ware makes for you
to customize the overall look and feel.
i|ware enhances the interface between client and server
applications using a standard mechanism to transfer data
from one to the other. The standard, OPC, facilitates
plant-wide communication, because it integrates i|ware with
any other OPC-compliant software or system. i|ware also
includes Ethernet communications that eliminate the need
for integration with fieldbus technology and dramatically
reduce networking costs.
Enterprise Edition
The Enterprise Edition provides alarm monitoring and
historical trending. The alarm and trend servers support a
comprehensive list of features. ArchiveX viewers permit
quick and easy customization of viewer display format.
Alarm logging and trend repports are also available.
i|ware supports VBA scripting for custom applications. Login
sercurity is available.
2.10
i|station operator workstation
- or Plant Workstation
Pentium 2.0 GHz or higher processor
1 GB RAM
40 MB of available hard disk space for
applications
- 1 GB hard disk space for historical database
CD ROM drive
SVGA 800x600 resolution monitor (256 colors)
or better
- Microsoft Windows 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0
service release 6.0, XP Professional
- Microsoft DCOM
- Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.02 or higher
- Trend WorX32
Controllers
i|ware for 353 Series Controller
Ordering data
Model Number
i|ware
iware PC Operator Interface Software Ver. 3.00
• BasicV3.00_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_1500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_unlimited
• EnterpriseV3.00_TimeDemo_1yr_500pt
• OPCServers_Modbus_EN_LIL
iWare PC Operator Interface Software Ver. 3.00 Upgrades
• BasicV3.00_500pt_Basic_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_500pt_Basic_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_1500pt_Basic_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_unlim_Basic_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_500pt_Enterprise_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_1500pt_Enterprise_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_unlim_Enterprise_500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_1500pt_Enterprise_1500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_unlim_Enterprise_1500pt
• EnterpriseV3.00_unlim_Enterprise_unlim
Order No.
TGX:
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WA R E B 0 5 V 3 0 0
WA R E E 0 5 V 3 0 0
WA R E E 1 5 V 3 0 0
WA R E E U L V 3 0 0
WA R E E T D V 3 0 0
WA R E OP C V 3 0 0
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I WUB 0 5V 3 0 0 B 0 5
I WUE 0 5 V 3 0 0 B 0 5
I WUE 1 5 V 3 0 0 B 0 5
I WUE UL V 3 0 0 B 0 5
I WUE 0 5 V 3 0 0 E 0 5
I WUE 1 5 V 3 0 0 E 0 5
I WUE UL V 3 0 0 E 0 5
I WUE 1 5 V 3 0 0 E 1 5
I WUE U L V 3 0 0 E 1 5
I WUE U L V 3 0 0 E U L
2.11
Controllers
i|station for 353 Series Controller
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Proven operator interface prepacked with i|config, i|ware, and
i|ware OPC server, reduces system start-up and test time
- 15" color Thin Film Transistor (TFT) 1024 x 768 LCD
- Desk-top operation for greater application versatility
Industrial-grade luminance of 200 cd/m2 and backlight
lifetime of up to 20,000 hours that afford a long, troublefree life
2
Description
i|station is an industrial operator workstation with pre-installed
user interface and configuration software, allowing you to
connect to a live process right away. This sleek unit, which
features an analog resistive screen with a guaranteed 30
million-touch lifetime, boasts a wide viewing angle for better
operator observation.
Designed for reliable operation in the harshest of industrial
environments, i|station is built to NEMA 4/12 and IP65
specifications. It also features advanced communication
capabilities via four serial ports and an onboard Ethernet
controller. Plus, i|station’s modular design reduces your
maintenance and upgrade effort to little more than removal
of the front panel.
Specifications
i|station WINDOWS XP
General
Display Type: TFT color LCD
Size: (diagonal) 15" (381 mm)
Max. resolution: 1024 x 768
Max. colors or grayscales: 256 K
Dot size: 0.012" x 0.012" (0.297 x 0.297 mm)
Luminance: 200 cd/m2
Viewing angle: 100°
Temperature: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
VR controls: Brightness
Simultaneous mode: Yes
LCD MTBF: 50,000 hours
Backlight MTBF: 20,000 hours
CPU: Intel® Pentium 2.4 GHz
Dimensions:
16.54" x 12.72" x 4.17" (420 x 323 x 106 mm)
Weight: 14.3 lbs. (6.5 kg)
Front panel protection: IP65/NEMA4-compliant
HDD:
IDE HDD interface [2.5" (63.5 mm) HDD bay]
Memory: 1 GB
2.12
Network (LAN): Novell NE2000 compatible,
100/01Base-T interface
I/O ports:
- 4 serial ports: 3 RS-232, 1 RS-232/422/485
- 1 parallel port
- PCMCIA Type II x 2, Type III x 1
- 1 PS/2 mouse and keyboard interface
- Mic-in, Line-in, Line-out, and game port
- 2 USB ports
Bus expansion:
One expansion slot for half-size PCI/ISA card
Power Supply
Output rating: 80 W (max.) AC 85 to 264 V inlet
Input voltage: 115 to 230 Vac at 47 to 63 Hz
Output voltage: +5 V at 12 A, +12 V at 1 A
MTBF: 50,000 hrs
Safety: Meets UL, CSA, CE
Environmental
Operating temperature: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Relative humidity:
10 to 95% at 104°F (40°C), non-condensing
Shock: 10 G peak acceleration (11 msec. duration)
EMI: Meets FCC/CE Class A
Touchscreen
Type: Resistive
Resolution: Continuous
Light transmission: 75%
Controller: RS-232 interface
Power consumption: +5 V at 200 mA
Lifetime: 30 million touches
Accessories
- Table top stand
- Keyboard & mouse
- DB9F/MJ11 cable adapter
- MJ11 cable assembly
Controllers
i|station for 353 Series Controller
Description
Mounting Dimensions
4.2
(106)
16.5 (420)
2
12.7
(323.3)
11.6
(294.5)
0.44
(11.1)
15.3 (391)
15.4 (392)
Dimensions are in
inches (millimeters).
Cutout for mounting.
11.7
(296)
2.13
Controllers
i|station i|station for 353 Series Controller
Ordering data
Model Number
iStation
2
Order No.
TGX:
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iStation Flatpanel LCD Operator Interface
• iStation 15” Monitor, WinXP (includes iWARE-B05-V3.00 & iCONFIG)
• iStation 15” Monitor, WinXP (includes iWARE-E05-V3.00 & iCONFIG)
• iStation 15” Monitor, WinXP (includes iWARE-E15-V3.00 & iCONFIG)
• iStation 15” Monitor, WinXP (includes iWARE-EUL-V3.00 & iCONFIG)
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I
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iStation Accessories
• Table Top Mounting Stand (include with 15” Desk Top Applications)
• Keyboard (include with all i\stations)
• Y Cable Adapter for KB & Mouse (included with iSTATION)
• Mouse (included with all I\stations)
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S T AT I
S T AT I
S T AT I
S T AT I
ON 1 5 0 1 D
ON 1 5 0 2 D
ON 1 5 0 3 D
ON 1 5 0 4 D
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Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Universal design and choice of interchangeable NAMUR IEC
534-6 rectilinear VDI/VDE 3845 rotary mountings
provide wide application flexibility
Double-acting or single-acting service and split ranging
afford application versatility in a single unit
Non-interaction of the zero and span adjustments and
CAMLOC (TM) cam locking mechanism significantly reduce
calibration and setup time
Modular design reduces inventory because it allows
interchangeable spare parts
Comes standard with 3 cams, linear, quick opening and
equal % for application versatility
3
Description
The Series 760 Valve Positioners provide a cost effective
universal approach to your valve control. Their modular
concept allows all models to be built on the base pneumatic
unit (Model 760P). The electro-pneumatic model (Model 760E)
is created by adding an I/P transducer to the base
pneumatic unit, and a wide range of accessories easily installs inside the unit.
The 760 base pneumatic unit provides cam characterization,
split ranging, direct or reverse action, and single or double
acting without requiring additional parts. Key design features
include non-interaction of the zero and span adjustments.
Series 760 Valve Positioners include provisions for internal
limit switch mounting and position feedback devices without
requiring additional housings. Thus, the need to stack
housings that impede access to the main enclosure
are eliminated.
A spool valve is used to load the actuator for positioning in
response to an input signal. A characterized cam provides
mechanical feedback. There are linear, equal percentage and
quick opening operation cam profiles, and a blank profile cam
is available for custom applications. Rectilinear action length
can range from 1/2 inch to 6 inches.
The feedback shaft and characterized cam can be replaced
in the field to configure the positioner for use with either a
rectilinear or rotary actuator. No additional parts are necessary
to change between single or double acting actuators or direct
or reverse action.
3.1
Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Technical data
Mounting Dimensions
3
3.2
Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Technical data
Specifications
Functional Specifications
Performance Specifications
Temperature Range
760P: 0.5% of normal span (typical)
760E: 0.75% of normal span (typical)
760P:
760E:
–40 to 185°F (–40 to 85°C)
–4 to 185°F (–20 to 85°C)
High temp. option available to 300°F (148°C)
–40 to 167°F (–40 to 75°C)
–4 to 167°F (–20 to 75°C)
with optional Viton® dynamic elastomers
Ingress
NEMA 4X, IP 65
Connections
Pneumatic – 1/4" NPT
Gauge – 1/8" NPT
Electrical – 3/4" NPT, 25mm
Exhaust – 1/4" NPT
Linearity (Independent)
Hysteresis
760P: 0.75% of normal span (typical)
760E: 1.0% of normal span (typical)
Deadband
2
Less than or equal to 0.25% of span
Repeatability
Within 0.5% of span
3
Supply Pressure Effect
Less than 0.2% of span for a 5 psi change in
supply pressure
Finish
Hazardous Area Class Approval
Epoxy/Polyester Powder Coat
Series 760 Approvals & Certifications
FM Approvals:
Intrinsically Safe:
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F and G
Class III, Division 1
When installed in accordance with Siemens drawing
15032-7602 rev.5
Non-incendive:
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Suitable for:
Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G
Class III, Division 2
Output Configuration
Single or Double Acting
Action
Direct or Reverse
Supply Pressure
150 psig max.
Air Consumption
Standard Spool: 0.5 scfm typical
Low Gain Spool = 0.5 scfm
High Flow Capacity Spool: 1.0 scfm (typical)
Flow Capacity (at 60 psi with 25% drop)
9.0 scfm (Cv = 0.3) Standard
18.0 scfm (Cv = 0.6) Optional
Input Signal
760P: 3-15 psig, 3-27 psig, 50% split range
760E: 4-20 mA, 50% split range
Mechanical Feedback
90°, rotary std.
1/2" to 6" linear optional (longer lengths available on request)
Characterization
Equal %; Quick Opening; Linear
Pressure Gain
160:1@ 60 psig standard
Span
Adjustable –60% to +25% of normal span
Zero
Adjustable –10% to +60% of normal span
®Viton is a registered trade name of DuPont Performance
Elastomers
CSA Certification
Intrinsically Safe:
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G
Class III, Division 1
When installed in accordance with Siemens drawing
15032-7620
Suitable for:
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G
Class III, Division 2
CE
EN50081-1 and EN50081-2 Emission
EN61000-6-1 and EN60000-6-2 Immunity
ATEX Certified:
II 2G EEx ia IIC T4/T5/T6
II 3G EEx nL IIC T5
See ATEX Certificates for Service Restrictions
SIRA 03 ATEX 2577X
SIRA 03 ATEX 4578
Enclosure:
Type 4X, in accordance with NEMA Std. 250
Type IP65, in accordance with IEC Std. 529
3.3
Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Ordering data
Model Number
Order No.
Series 760 Valve Controller/Positioner
760
Basic Model Code No.
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▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ (cont. on page 3.5)
• 760 Valve Controller (Positioner)
3
Input signal
• 4 to 20 mAdc (not available with High Temp. Option)
• 3 to 15 psig
• 3-27/6-30 psig
• 20 to 100 kPa
• 0.2 to 1.0 Bar
• 0.2 to 1.0 kg/cm2
Action (Rising Stem/Linear or Rotary)
• 1/2 to 4 inch stroke lever with set of (3) 60° cams
• 2 to 6 inch stroke lever with set of (3) 60° cams
• 1/4 turn - 1/2 inch square shaft with set of (3) 90° cams
• 1/2 to 2 inch stroke lever with set of (3) 60° cams
• 1/4 turn NAMUR style shaft end with set of (3) 90° cams
• 1/4 turn - 1/2 inch square shaft with set of (3) 60° cams
• 1/2 to 4 inch stroke lever with (1) 90° linear cam
• 2 to 6 inch stroke lever with (1) 90° linear cam
• 1/4 turn NAMUR shaft with set of (3) 60° cams
Enclosure Type 4X/IP65 (with 3/4 inch NPT Conduit Connection)
• Standard
• With 90° Beacon Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
• With 60° Flat Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
• With 90° Flat Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
Enclosure Type 4X/IP65 (with M25 Conduit Connection)*
• Standard
• With 90° Beacon Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
• With 60° Flat Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
• With 90° Flat Indicator (not available with High Temp. Option)
Flow Capacity
• Standard Capacity Spool Valve Assembly (Cv = 0.3)
• High Flow Capacity Spool Valve Assembly (Cv = 0.6)
• Low Flow Gain Spool Valve Assembly
NOTES:
1. Fix feedback pin in lever to hold non-linearity error to 3% max. Consult factory for more details.
2. The Low Flow Gain Spool Valve Assembly option can provide more stable operation when the positioner is installed on
small volume actuators, i.e. piston diameters less than 4”” (10mm). Consult factory for more details.
*760 with M25 metric enclosure no longer avaialable. For M25 thread requirements, use adapter TGX:16300-1439
3.4
E1
P1
P2
P4
P5
P6
1
2
3
4
5
7
E
F
S
A
B
J
K
E
F
N
P
A
B
C
Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Ordering data
Model Number
Order No.
Series 760 Valve Controller/Positioner (cont’d)
760
Environmental Construction Options
• Standard Temperature (-40°F to +185°F) (-40°C to +85°C)
• High Temp. (-20°F to +300°F)(-29°C to +149°C) avail. on 760P w/ no elec. options or approvals
• Ozone Resistant with Viton® dynamic elastomers and iso-elastomeric spring
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(see page 3.4)
Gauges (Not available with Hi Temp. Environmental Construction “C”
• Not Required
• Gauges (set of three gauges)
Limit Switches (Not avail. with Hi Temp Environmental Construction “C”
• Not Required
• Mechanical Switches, (2) SPDT
• Proximity Switches (2) NAMUR type
Feedback Devices (Not avail. with Hi Temp Environmental Construction “C”)
• Not Required
• Potentiometer - 1K
• 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback
• Potentiometer - 1K w/SS feedback gear
• 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback w/SS feedback gear
Design Level
• Revision
Electrical Approval
• None
• FM / CSA / ATEX / CE
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A
C
E
N
G
3
N
1
2
N
1
2
3
4
D
N
6
Series 760 Approvals & Certifications
FM (Factory Mutual) Approvals:
• Intrinsically Safe:
– Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D;
– Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G;
– Class III, Division 1;
• Non-Incendive:
– Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
• Suitable for:
– Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G
– Class III, Division 2
CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Certification
• Intrinsically Safe:
– Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D;
– Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, G;
– Class III, Division 1;
• Suitable for:
– Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D;
– Class II, Division 2, Groups E, F, G
– Class III, Division 2
NOTES:
1. Fix feedback pin in lever to hold non-linearity error to 3% max. Consult factory for more details.
2. The Low Flow Gain Spool Valve Assembly option can provide more stable operation when the positioner is installed on small
volume actuators, i.e. piston diameters less than 4”(10mm). Consult factory for more details.
3.5
Valve Positioners
Series 760P/E Valve Positioners
Ordering data
760 Series Valve Controller/Positioner (cont’d)
3
Conversions
• Add I/P Module Kit (Converts 760P to 760E)
• 3-15 PSI Input Spring (Std. Temp.)
• (3) Pressure Gauge Kit
• Add 90° Beacon Indicator Kit (for 1/4 Turn Actuators)
• Add 60° Flat Indicator Kit (for Lever Action Actuators)
• Add 90° Flat Indicator Kit (for 1/4 Turn Actuators)
• 3-15 PSI Conversion Kit (Hi Temp)
• 3-27/6-30 psi Conversion Kit (Std. Temp)
• Hi-temps 3/27 PSI
Options
• Add Mechanical Limit Switches Kit (2) SPDT
• Add Proximity Limit Switches Kit (2) NAMUR type
• Add 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit
• Add 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit
• Add Mechanical Limit Switches & 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit
• Add Mechanical Limit Switches & 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit
• Add Proximity Limit Switches & 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit
• Add Proximity Limit Switches & 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit
• Add 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit w/SS feedback gear
• Add 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit w/SS feedback gear
• Add Mechanical Limit Switches & 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit w/SS feedback gear
• Add Mechanical Limit Switches & 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit w/SS feedback gear
• Add Proximity Limit Switches & 1K Feedback Potentiometer Kit w/SS feedback gear
• Add Proximity Limit Switches & 4 to 20 mAdc Feedback Kit w/SS feedback gear
Note: Above listed options are limited to standard upper temperature limit of +185° F.
• Standard Flow Spool Valve Kit
• High Flow Spool Valve Kit
• Low Gain Spool Valve Kit
• Sealing Plate Kit (converts 760E to 760P)
Cams
• 760 P/E Cam Kit, rotary 90° Action (3 cams: Linear, QO, =%)
• 760 P/E Cam Kit, linear 60° Action (3 cams: Linear, QO, =%)
• 75° Rectilinear-Linear
• Cam, 180° - CW, Rotary -Linear
• Cam, 30° - Rectelinear - Linea
• Blank Cam Kit
• Cam, 180° - CCW, Rotary-Linear
Spare Parts Kits
• Spare Parts Kit includes all recommended rebuild parts as shown in SD760, Issue 7
Accessories
• Manual
• User Manual CD (included with each instrument)
3.6
Order No.
16300-1355
16300-331
16300-442
16300-488
16300-486
16300-487
16300-640
16300-771
16300-772
16300-500
16300-501
16300-503
16300-502
16300-505
16300-504
16300-507
16300-506
16300-580
16300-577
16300-581
16300-578
16300-582
16300-579
16300-468
16300-469
16300-470
16300-641
16300-783
16300-784
16300-805
16300-807
16300-816
16300-267
A6X30005613
16300-686
SD760
Valve Positioners
Series 73 Built-In Valve Positioner
Technical data
Spring Table
Instrument Input Pressure Span (PSI)
4
5
Valve
Stroke
Inches
3
6
8
10
12
16
20
24
- Item No. of Range Spring Series
12395 Series ±5% Stroke Range Tolerance
Example: 12395-1212
1/4
1212
1012
812
612
512
412
5/16
1612
1212
1012
712
612
512
3/8
1812
1412
1212
1012
712
612
7/16
2012
1812
1412
1012
812
712
1/2
2412
2012
1612
1212
1012
812
9/16
2812
2012
1812
1412
1012
1012
5/8
3212
2412
2012
1612
1212
1012
3/4
3612
2812
2412
1812
1412
1212
7/8
4412
3612
2812
2012
1812
1412
1
4812
4012
3212
2412
2012
1612
1-1/8
5612
4412
3612
2812
2012
1812
1-1/4
6412
4812
4012
3212
2412
2012
1-1/2
6412*
4812
3612
2812
2412
1-5/8
6412*
4812
4012
3212
2612
1-3/4
6412*
5612
4412
3612
2812
4812
4012
3212
2-1/4
2
6412*
5612
4412
3612
2-1/2
6412*
4812
4012
2-3/4
6412*
4812
4412
6412*
4812
3
3-1/2
5612
4
6412*
1) The maximum zero pressure for
Model 73N12F is 9 psig when the
12395 series range spring is used.
2) The maximum zero pressure for
Model 73N24F is 15 psig for
instrument pressure spans of 16
psi or greater, and 28 psig when
used for spans of 12 psi or less.
Consult Factory
3) The maximum instrument
pressure for Model 73N-FR is
15 psig for instrument pressure
spans of 12 psi or less, and 27 psi
for spans of 16 psi or greater.
Mounting Dimensions
Spring Selection
1. Find the valve stroke nearest the desired valve stroke.
2. Find the instrument input pressure span nearest the desired
instrument input pressure span.
3. Select the proper range spring at the intersection of the valve
stroke and the instrument input pressure span columns.
3.8
Valve Positioners
Series 74 Valve Positioners
Introduction
Features & Benefits
Double-acting or single-acting service accommodates installation in a variety of environments
Field reversibility reduces downtime and simplifies maintenance
Choice of continuously adjustable standard stroke ranging
from 1/4" to 48" and continuous span and zero adjustability
within range spring limits provide application versatility
Extra high capacity pilots ensure maximum frequency
response and optimum stroking speeds for all actuator sizes
Negative feedback pilot circuit allows the positioner to
operate with a push-pull gain of more than 900:1 (using
100 psig supply) with no sacrifice in stability
3
Description
The Model Series 74 Valve Positioners are universal
positioners that provide versatility, dynamic performance,
and high positioning accuracy. They use the piston or
diaphragm in a pneumatic actuator to position a valve to
what is required by a control instrument and hold that
position, regardless of the presence of forces that change
valve position. As such, supply pressure variations have little
or no effect on the positioner output, which eliminates the
need for a supply pressure regulator.
These valve positioners are two-stage, pilot-operated
instruments. The pilot circuit activates dual-output boosters, which perform opposite actions (when one booster is
supplying air, the other is exhausting air.) This “push-pull”
action applies to a full differential (supply pressure to
atmosphere) across the actuator to drive the valve to the
position required by the control instrument signal.
Model 74 Valve Positioners can also be used for singleacting service on a spring-loaded actuator. In this case, one
of the pilot-booster connections is plugged. See below for
rotary-type actuators.
Overload Protection
150 psig at any connection
Response Level
Output is sensitive to control signal changes as small as
0.1% of full range
Ambient Temperature Range
-40 to 180°F (-40 to 82°C)
Materials of Construction
Aluminum, brass, stainless steel, and Buna-N
Rotary Actuators Kit
3-15, 3-9, 3-27, 0-15, and 0-30 psig including split
ranges within these basic ranges
The Series 74 Rotary Actuator Kits allows for compact installation of a complete assembly (positioner and mounting) to
fit inside a 5"x 5"x2-2/3" envelope. The kit’s direct connected
feedback spring eliminates error-prone connections and
levers, while its spiral feedback spring provides inherent
reliability.
Valve-Stroke Ranges1
Response Level
1/4" minimum
48" maximum
0.1% F.S.
Supply Pressure
±1.5% F.S.
3 psig above full actuator pressure minimum
150 psig maximum
Input Range
Specifications
Input Ranges
Air Consumption
0.2 scfm (inbalanced condition with 20 psig supply)
Linearity
3-9, 9-152, 3-15 psig
Actuator Motion
90° Rotation
1) See next page for additional performance data, design specifications, and a range spring selection chart.
2) 9-15 psig range requires a suppression spring.
3.9
Valve Positioners
Series 74 Valve Positioners
Ordering data
3
Model Number
Order No.
Valve Positioner
74■■■
Sensitivity
Standard Pilot & Standard Gain
• Stabilizing Pilot & Reduced Gain
Gauge Option
• With 3 Gauges
• Without Gauges
Intermediate Sensitivity
• Standard Pilot & Reduced Gain
(74S only)
Accessories
Rectilinear Range Spring Kits - Rectilinear range spring kits
include a range spring, zero screw, (2) range spring seats,
and instructions. All kits include the (2) range spring seats,
P/N 12372-384 (not listed below).
▲▲▲
S
Rotary Range Spring Kits - The table below lists the kit
numbers, spring assembly numbers, and their color codes.
G
N
Zero Suppression Spring Kits - Zero suppression spring kits
include a suppression spring and a spring seat. All kits
include the P/N 12372-254 spring seat (not listed below).
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Range Spring Kit Table
Acutator
Stroke
- Inches -
Kit
and
Parts
Instrument Input Pressure Range - psig
3-15
3-9
3-27
1/4 to 1-1/2
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-101
14996-1
Black
12372-274
1-1/2 to 2-3/4
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-102
14996-2
White
12372-273
2-3/4 to 4
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-103
14996-3
Blue
12372-273
4 to 6
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-119
14996-102
Brown
12372-292
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-117
14996-104
Green
12372-292
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-120
14996-106
Red
12372-3034
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-118
14996-110
Orange
12372-303
N/A
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Screw No.
14995-121
14996-111
None
12372-296
N/A
6 to 9
9 to 12
12 to 19
48
3.10
0-30
0-15
Consult Factory
N/A
N/A
Consult Factory
N/A
Valve Positioners
Series 74 Valve Positioners
Technical data
Rotary Range Spring Kit
Rotation of
Actuator Shaft
Clockwise
Instrument Input
Range
-psig-
3-9
Counterclockwise
3-15
3-9
3-15
Kit Supplied
Without
Mounting Plate
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Consult
Factory
14923-154
14923-70
White
Consult
Factory
14923-104
14923-71
Red
Kit Supplied
With
Mounting Plate
Kit No.
Spring No.
Color Code
Consult
Factory
14923-154
14923-70
White
Consult
Factory
14923-103
14923-71
Red
3
Mounting Dimensions
Mounting Dimensions, Rotary Kit
The actuator extension shaft must be 0.3125" ±0.0010" and
capable of withstanding 100 inch-pounds of torque (pinned
assembly recommended).
Installer to drill and mount the base plate so that the
appropriate feedback hole (clockwise or counter-clockwise
rotation) is concentric with actuator extension shaft.
3.11
Transducers
Models 77 and 771 Current-to-Pneumatic Transducers
Technical data
Surface Mounting
Specifications – Series 771
Two 1/4 x 20 x 5/16" deep blind tapped holes
Functional Specifications
Enclosure
Supply Pressure
NEMA 3R
NEMA 4 via conduit vent
20 psig (35 psig for 771-8_ _ _)
Input/Output Data
Electrical Classification
FM Approved
Model 77
Non-incendive for Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D.
Dust-ignition proof for Class II, Div. 1, Groups E, F, G.
Suitable for Class III, Div. 1 hazardous locations and
NEMA 4.
Model 77XXF
Intrinsically safe for Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C,
D, E, F, G and NEMA 4 when used with approved
barriers and converters listed on Siemens drawing
#15032-7704/7705.
See Model Selection
Zero Offset Adjustment
+40% and –20% of span
3
Output Capacity
Standard: 0.16 scfm
Boosted: 2.0 scfm
Supply Pressure Effect
Less than 2% of span (change of output for supply
change from 18 to 22 psig)
Temperature Range
Performance Specifications
-40 to 180°F (-40 to 82°C)
Calibration Accuracy
Electrical Connections
±0.25% of span
Enclosed terminal block, 1/2" threaded
Reproducibility
Enclosed
0.2% of span
NEMA 3R
NEMA 4 via conduit vent
Response Level
Electrical Classification
0.025% of span
6
Model Number
Current-to-Pneumatic
Transducer
Exhaust
• Atmospheric
• Tapped Exhaust
Input/Output
Input
Output
Input
Range
Impedence
Range1
(mA dc)
(psig)
(Ohms)
1 to 5
3 to 15
2450
0 to 4
3 to 15
2450
4 to 20
3 to 27
610
4 to 20
3 to 15
185
10 to 50
3 to 15
30
Intrinsically-Safe Designation
• Intrinsically Safe (omit for other
classifications)
Accessories
• Reverse Acting Output
FM Approved
Series 771_ _ _ F1: Intrinsically safe for Class I/II/III, Div. I,
Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G when used with approved barriers
and converters listed on Siemens drawing #15032-7704/7705.
Order No.
77■■■■ - ■
▲▲▲▲
▲
E
Series 771_ _ _ F2: Non-incendive for Class I, Div. 2,
Groups, A, B, C, D. Dust-ignition proof for Class II, Div. 1,
Groups E, F and G. Suitable for Class III, Div. 1 hazardous
locations.
Performance Specifications
Calibration Accuracy
±1/2% of span standard unit
±1% of span boosted unit
3
3A
8
16
40
Reproducibility
0.2% of span
Response Level
F
0.025% of span
R
1) Other input ranges available; 0 - 3 mA to 0-60 mA, consult factory.
3.13
Transducers
Models 77 and 771 Current-to-Pneumatic Transducers
Ordering data
Order No.
Model Number
Current-to-Pneumatic
Transducer
3
Input/Output
Input
Output
Range1
Range
(mA dc)
(psig)
1 to 5
3 to 15
4 to 20
3 to 27
4 to 20
3 to 15
10 to 50
3 to 15
Output Capacity
• Boosted
• Standard
Terminal Strip
P/N 12330-100 - Wall Mount Bracket
771■■■■
▲▲▲▲
Input
Impedence
(Ohms)
2450
610
185
30
3
8
16
40
B
S
T
Electrical Approval
• None Required
• Intrinsically Safe
• Non-incendive
Mounting Dimensions – Model 77
3.14
Accessories
N
F1
F2
P/N 12334-130 - Pipe Mounting Bracket
Reverse Acting (not available on the Model 771-8)
Increase input; decrease output. Add “R” to model number.
Transducers
Models 77 and 771 Current-to-Pneumatic Transducers
Dimensional drawings
Mounting Dimensions – Model 771 S/B
3
3.15
Regulators
Models 40, 41, and 42 Precision Pressure Regulators
Technical data
Air Consumption
See Graph 3
Drift Effect
See Graph 4
Exhaust-Flow Rate (at 25-psig setting)
Pressure rise of 0.25 psig will result from flow of:
Model 40: 1.5 scfm
Model 41: 2.4 scfm
Model 42: 1.7 scfm
Maximum Flow Capacity
See Graph on page 4.4
4
Standard Mounting
In-line pipe or flush panel up to 1/4" thick (bushing for 3/4"
thick panel is optional)
Connections: (supply and outlet)
Model 40: 1/4" NPT
Model 41: 1/8" NPT
Model 42: 1/2" NPT
Materials of Construction (materials in contact with
regulated media)
Brass, stainless steel, Neoprene, aluminum, and zinc
Accessories
P/N 2932-19 - Mounting Bracket for surface mounting
(Model 40 and Model 42)
P/N 10963-73 - Mounting Bracket for surface mounting
(Model 41)
P/N 3603-22 - Locknut
4.2
Options
Air Loading
Provision for supplementary air loading (100 psig max) in
addition to spring loading
Model 42: 1/4" NPT
Model 41: 1/8" NPT
Model 40-2: Not available
Add [A] into the model number.
Example: 40A15
Tapped Exhaust
Provision for piping exhaust flow away from the regulator
Model 42: 1/8" NPT
Model 40 & 41: Not available
Add [E] into the model number.
Example: 42E15
Deletion of Safety release Valve (SRV)
The SRV increases exhaust flow capacity when the
regulator must exhaust large flows. Deletion of the SRV will
improve drift characteristics (see Graph 4). The SRV is not
available with the Seimens 41. It is standard with:
Model 40: 2, 7, 15, 30, 50 & H50 pressure ranges
Model 42: 15, 30, 50, H30, & H50 pressure ranges
To delete the SRV, add an [X] into the model number.
Example: 40X15
Regulators
Models 40, 41, and 42 Precision Pressure Regulators
Technical data
Graph 1 Droop Effect
4
Test Procedure: Each 30-psig-range regulator was adjusted to 25 psig with 100 psig supply and no flow. Flow was increased to
maximum capacity. All regulated pressure readings were taken at gauge connection in the body of the regulator.
4.3
Regulators
Models 40, 41, and 42 Precision Pressure Regulators
Technical data
Graph 2 Maximum Air Flow, SCFM Delivered
4
* Supply pressure for other models will be
determined by multiplying the pressure(s) above
by the flow values shown below:
Model
Model 40H
Model 42
Model 42H
Graph 3 Air Consumption
Value
4.5
4
14
Graph 4 Drift Effect
Test Procedure: Regulators were set at 20 psig output with 100 psig
air supply. Supply was turned off for one week, after which supply was
turned on at time 0.
The Nullmatic regulator bleeds only the amount of air that passes
through the pilot nozzle when there is no demand for output flow.
The exhaust port starts to close as soon as the flow of regulated air
is increased to the output, and it closes completely before the pilotplunger valve opens. Full pilot flow is then delivered to the output.
4.4
Regulators
Models 40, 41, and 42 Precision Pressure Regulators
Technical data
Model Selection
Supply Pressure
psig
Model
No.
40-21
40-7
40-15
40-30
40-50
40-100
40-200
40-300
40-450
41-15
41N152
41-30
41-50
41-100
41-2550
42-15
42-30
42-50
42-100
42-200
Range
psig3
Recommended
Maximum
(1-50"H2O)
(6-200"H2O)
0.5-15
1-30
1-50
1.5-100
3-200
7-300
15-450
0.5-15
0.5-15
1-30
1-50
1.5-100
25-50
0.5-15
1-30
1-50
1.5-100
3-200
5-10
50
75
120
120
150
250
350
500
75
75
120
120
150
120
75
120
120
150
250
25
100
150
150
150
500
500
500
500
150
150
150
150
250
150
150
150
150
500
500
Standard
Modifications
X
A&X
A&X
A&X
H, A & X
H&A
A
A
A
A
4
A
A
A
A, E & X
H, A, E & X
H, A, E & X
H, A & E
A&E
Standard Modifications
H - High flow capacity.
A - With pressure-tight top housing, containing 1/4" NPT connection for supplementary air loading.
E - With 1/8" NPT connection to collect exhaust
X - Without safety release.
1) Includes locknut on adjusting stem (optional for all other models).
2) For use with Model 65 Square-Root Extractor to maintain minimum 3 psig output.
3) At recommended supply pressure.
4.5
Model61Hi
sshown
Techni
caldat
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4.
14
4.
15
4.
16
4.
17
4.
20
Relays
Model 661 Amplifying Relays with Bias
Technical data
Mounting Dimensions
Model Selection
Direct Action
Model No.
661A2
661A3
661A4
661A6
Function Equation:
Pout = G (Pin ±K)
4
Gain
2
3
4
6
Where Pin = input pressure
pout = output pressure
4.21
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