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The Company EN ISO 9001 2000, We are an established world force in the design and manufacture of instrumentation for. industrial process control flow measurement gas and liquid analysis and environmental. applications Cert No Q 05907, As a part of ABB a world leader in process automation technology we offer customers. application expertise service and support worldwide EN 29001 ISO 9001. We are committed to teamwork high quality manufacturing advanced technology and. unrivalled service and support, The quality accuracy and performance of the Company s products result from over 100 years. Lenno Italy Cert No 9 90A, experience combined with a continuous program of innovative design and development to. incorporate the latest technology, Electromagnetic Flowmeter.
WaterMaster, 1 Safety 2, 1 1 Electrical Safety 2, 1 2 Symbols 2. 1 3 Health Safety 3, 2 Introduction 4, 2 1 Quality Control 4. 3 Mechanical Installation 5, 3 1 Unpacking 5, 3 2 Installation Conditions 5. 3 3 Overall Dimensions 10, 3 3 1 Transmitter Dimensions 10. 3 3 2 Sensor Dimensions 11, 4 Electrical Installation 17.
4 1 Grounding 17, 4 2 Remote Transmitter Sensor Arrangement 19. 4 3 Transmitter Terminal Connections 20, 4 4 Cable Preparation Remote Systems Only 22. 4 5 Transmitter Sensor Cable Connections 22, 4 5 1 Sensor Cable Terminal Connections and Recommended Cable Lengths 23. 4 5 2 Environmental Protection 24, 4 6 Output Connections 25. 4 6 1 Frequency Outputs 25, 4 6 2 Alarm Outputs 26.
4 6 3 Current Output 4 to 20 mA 26, 4 6 4 Test Point Access 27. 4 7 Power Supply Connections 28, 4 7 1 AC Power Supply 28. 4 7 2 DC and Low Voltage AC Power Supply 29, 4 7 3 Configuration DIP Switches 29. 4 8 Refitting the Cartridge and Cover 30, 5 Start up and Operation 31. 5 1 Navigating the Menus and Parameters 31, 5 2 Start up Screens 32.
5 3 Security Levels and Password Access 34, 5 3 1 Default Passwords 34. 5 3 2 Entering Passwords 35, 5 4 Easy Setup 36, 6 Specification 37. 7 Hazardous Area Protection Conformance Certification 40. 7 1 Hazardous Area Protection 40, 7 2 Declaration of Conformance 40. IM WM Issue 5 1, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 1 Safety. Information in this manual is intended only to assist our customers in the efficient operation of our. equipment Use of this manual for any other purpose is specifically prohibited and its contents are not to be. reproduced in full or part without prior approval of the Technical Publications Department. 1 1 Electrical Safety, This equipment complies with the requirements of CEI IEC 61010 1 2001 2 Safety Requirements for.
Electrical Equipment for Measurement Control and Laboratory Use and complies with NIST and OSHA. If the equipment is used in a manner NOT specified by the Company the protection provided by the. equipment may be impaired, 1 2 Symbols, One or more of the following symbols may appear on the equipment labelling. Warning Refer to the manual for instructions Direct current supply only. Caution Risk of electric shock Alternating current supply only. Protective earth ground terminal Both direct and alternating current supply. Earth ground terminal The equipment is protected, through double insulation. 2 IM WM Issue 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 1 Safety. 1 3 Health Safety, To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health the following points must be noted. The safety requirements of this equipment any associated equipment and the local. environment must be taken into consideration during installation. Install and use this equipment and any associated equipment in accordance with the relevant. national and local standards, The relevant sections of these instructions must be read carefully before proceeding.
Warning labels on containers and packages must be observed. Installation operation maintenance and servicing must only be carried out by suitably trained. personnel and in accordance with the information given. Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when. operating in conditions of high pressure and or temperature. Chemicals must be stored away from heat protected from temperature extremes and powders. kept dry Normal safe handling procedures must be used. When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals are mixed. Product liability advice and assistance provided without charge is given in good faith but. without liability, Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in this manual or any relevant hazard. data sheets where applicable may be obtained from the Company address on the back cover. together with servicing and spares information, IM WM Issue 5 3. Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 2 Introduction. 2 Introduction, WaterMaster is a range of high performance electromagnetic flowmeters for the measurement of. electrically conductive fluids Systems are normally supplied factory configured and calibrated. This manual provides end user details for WaterMaster integral and remote transmitters and associated. 2 1 Quality Control, The UKAS Calibration Laboratory No 0255 is just one of the ten flow calibration plants operated by the.
Company and is indicative of our dedication to quality and accuracy. Fig 2 1 UKAS Calibration Laboratory No 0255, 4 IM WM Issue 5. Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. 3 Mechanical Installation, 3 1 Unpacking, Sling Angle 90. Fig 3 1 Unpacking, Caution Visually inspect equipment for damage before installing Do not install damaged or faulty. 3 2 Installation Conditions, Caution Do NOT exceed the maximum working pressure marked on the equipment.
Fig 3 2 Spillage, Vibration Limit, 5 Hz to 150 Hz, Fig 3 3 Vibration. IM WM Issue 5 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. Fig 3 4 Localized Heat, Allow room to read display. Fig 3 5 Siting, 2 x Pipe Dia 5 x Pipe Dia, Flow Direction. Fig 3 6 Straight Pipe Requirements, Fig 3 7 Fluid Level.
6 IM WM Issue 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. 60 C 140 F Max, Fig 3 8 Within Temperature Limits, Fig 3 9 Shade. Fig 3 10 Above Ground, IM WM Issue 5 7, Electromagnetic Flowmeter. WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation, Fig 3 11 Temperature Difference. Sensor Submersion Continuous Transmitter Submersion. 1 m 3 3 ft 12 hours, Accrued time, IP68 NEMA 6 IP67 NEMA 4X.
Fig 3 12 Within Environmental Rating, Backfill Protection Plate. Recommended, Fig 3 13 Underground, Note For further details when burying flow sensors contact the ABB Service Organisation. 8 IM WM Issue 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. 70 C 158 F Max, Fig 3 14 Cable Routing, Fit Gaskets. Gaskets Same Size as Pipe, Fig 3 15 Gasket Fitting.
0 7 m 2 3 ft Min, Fig 3 16 Separation of Sensors, Position to enable access. to display and, communication connector, Fig 3 17 Access to Transmitter. IM WM Issue 5 9, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. 3 3 Overall Dimensions, 3 3 1 Transmitter Dimensions. 202 5 8 Standard Gland, 98 3 9 250 9 8 Armored Gland.
Dimensions in mm in, Fig 3 18 Integral Transmitter Dimensions Standard Gland Shown. 98 3 9 R3 2 0 1 202 5 8 Standard Gland, 250 9 8 Armored Gland. 71 2 8 Dimensions in mm in, Fig 3 19 Remote Transmitter Dimensions Standard Gland Shown. Note Fix remote transmitter to a secure surface using 3 M5 screws not supplied. 10 IM WM Issue 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. 3 3 2 Sensor Dimensions, Note Lay length all sensors conform to ISO13359.
DN 3 to 32 Full Bore, Fig 3 20 DN 3 to 32 Full Bore. Meter Size Dimensions mm in, DN NPS NB A B, 3 to 8 0 12 to 0 31 90 3 54 130 5 11. 10 0 40 90 3 54 200 7 87, 15 0 60 95 3 74 200 7 87. 20 0 79 105 4 13 200 7 87, 25 1 0 115 4 53 200 7 87. 32 1 26 140 5 51 200 7 87, Dimensions are approximate and vary depending on flange type.
Typical tolerance 0 3 mm 0 12 in, Table 3 1 DN 3 to 32 Full Bore PN ANSI150. IM WM Issue 5 11, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation. DN 40 to 300 Full Bore, Fig 3 21 DN 40 to 300 Full Bore. Meter Size Dimensions mm in, DN NPS NB A B, 40 11 2 150 5 9 200 7 9. 50 2 165 6 5 200 7 9, 80 3 200 7 9 200 7 9, 100 4 230 9 1 250 9 8.
150 6 280 11 0 300 11 8, 200 8 345 13 6 350 13 8, 250 10 405 15 9 450 17 7. 300 12 460 18 1 500 19 7, Dimensions are approximate and vary depending on flange type. Typical tolerances 0 3 mm 0 12 in 0 6 mm 0 24 in, Table 3 2 DN 40 to 300 Full Bore. DN 350 to 2200 Full Bore, Fig 3 22 DN 350 to 600 Full Bore. 12 IM WM Issue 5, Electromagnetic Flowmeter, WaterMaster 3 Mechanical Installation.
Fig 3 23 DN 700 to 2200 Full Bore, Meter Size Dimensions in mm in. DN NPS NB A B, 350 14 535 21 1 550 21 7, 400 16 600 23 6 600 23 6. 450 18 640 25 2 698 27 5, 500 20 715 28 1 768 30 2. 600 24 840 33 1 918 36 1, 700 27 28 927 36 5 700 27 6. 750 30 985 38 8 762 30, 800 32 1060 41 7 800 31 5, 900 36 1170 46 1 900 35 4.
1000 39 40 1290 50 8 1000 39 4, 1100 42 1405 55 3 1067 42. 1200 48 1511 59 5 1200 47 2, 1400 54 1745 68 7 1400 55 1. 1500 60 1855 73 0 1524 59, 1600 66 2032 80 0 1600 63. 1800 72 2197 86 5 2250 88 6, 2000 78 2362 93 0 2500 98 4. 2200 84 2534 100 0 2750 110, Size is dependent on flange specification.
Typical tolerances 0 6 mm 0 24 in 0 10 mm 0 40 in, Items DN700 up 0 25 mm 1 0 in if using WN flanges. Table 3 3 DN 350 to 2200 Full Bore, IM WM Issue 5 13. Instruction Manual IM WM Issue 5 Electromagnetic Flowmeter WaterMaster ABB EN ISO 9001 2000 Cert No Q 05907 EN 29001 ISO 9001 Lenno Italy Cert No 9 90A The Company We are an established world force in the design and manufacture of instrumentation for industrial process control flow measurement gas and liquid analysis and environmental applications As a part of ABB a world

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