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ABB AUTOMATION, The Company BS EN ISO 9001, ABB Automation is an established world force in the design and. manufacture of instrumentation for industrial process control flow GI. measurement gas and liquid analysis and environmental applications St Neots U K Cert No Q5907. As a part of ABB a world leader in process automation technology we offer Stonehouse U K Cert No FM 21106. customers application expertise service and support worldwide. We are committed to teamwork high quality manufacturing advanced EN 29001 ISO 9001. technology and unrivalled service and support, The quality accuracy and performance of the Company s products result. from over 100 years experience combined with a continuous program of Lenno Italy Cert No 9 90A. innovative design and development to incorporate the latest technology. The NAMAS Calibration Laboratory No 0255 is just one of ten flow. calibration plants operated by the Company and is indicative of ABB. Automation s dedication to quality and accuracy Stonehouse U K. Use of Instructions, Warning Note, An instruction that draws attention to the risk of injury Clarification of an instruction or additional. or death information, Caution Information, An instruction that draws attention to the risk of Further reference for more detailed information or. damage to the product process or surroundings technical details. Although Warning hazards are related to personal injury and Caution hazards are associated with equipment or property. damage it must be understood that operation of damaged equipment could under certain operational conditions result in. degraded process system performance leading to personal injury or death Therefore comply fully with all Warning and. Caution notices, 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 Marketing Communications Department ABB Automation. Health and Safety, To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health the following points must be noted. 1 The relevant sections of these instructions must be read carefully before proceeding. 2 Warning labels on containers and packages must be observed. 3 Installation operation maintenance and servicing must only be carried out by suitably trained personnel and in. accordance with the information given, 4 Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when operating in. conditions of high pressure and or temperature, 5 Chemicals must be stored away from heat protected from temperature extremes and powders kept dry Normal. safe handling procedures must be used, 6 When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals are mixed. 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, CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION, 1 INTRODUCTION 1 MagMasterTM is a range of high performance.
electromagnetic flowmeters for the, 2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION 2 measurement of electrically conductive fluids. 2 1 Unpacking 3 and slurries and is normally supplied as a. 2 2 Installation Conditions 3 calibrated system with the transmitter factory. 2 3 Mechanical Installation 5 configured to a supplied full bore or insertion. 2 3 1 Transmitters 5 probe sensor, 2 3 2 Sensors 5. A wide range of options is available to suit most, 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION 5 applications including. 3 1 Grounding 5 Integral or remote transmitter, 3 2 Cables 6 Glass loaded polypropylene or aluminium. 3 2 1 Cable transmitter housing, Remote Versions only 6 Combined HartTM and Keypad support in.
3 2 2 Cable Alternative Type the aluminium housing transmitter. North American Wiring Flanged or wafer style sensors. Practice 7 Insertion Probes, 3 2 3 Cable Glands Approved Versions including. IEC Installation Practice 7 Hazardous area operation. 3 2 4 Conduit Adapters, and Cable Glands, HARTTM communication protocol. North American 0 5in 8, 3 3 Connection Requirements 8. 3 3 1 Sensors 8, 3 3 2 Transmitters, For MagMaster Approved Hazardous. All versions 10, Versions see the full installation manual.
3 3 3 MagMaster CalMaster, Adapter 11, 3 4 Input Output Connections 12. 3 4 1 Frequency Outputs 12, 3 4 2 PLC Interface 12. Installation and maintenance must only, 3 4 3 Alarm Outputs 13. be carried out by suitably trained, 3 4 4 Contact Input 13. 3 4 5 Current Output 14, 3 4 6 Computer Connection 15.
All relevant sections of this manual must, 3 4 7 Power Supply. be read before selecting a location, Connections 16. 4 STARTUP AND OPERATION 17 Safety requirements of this equipment. 4 1 Startup 17 any associated equipment and the local. environment must be taken into, APPENDIX A ENVIRONMENTAL consideration. PROTECTION 19, The installation and use of this, APPENDIX B MAGMASTER BLOCK equipment must be in accordance with. DIAGRAM 20 relevant national and local standards, 2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION.
2 1 Unpacking, Fig 2 5 Vibration, Fig 2 1 Unpacking. 2 2 Installation Conditions, Fig 2 6 Localised Heat. 2 x pipe dia 5 x pipe dia, minimum minimum, Flow Direction. Fig 2 2 Spillage Fig 2 7 Straight Pipe Requirements. Fig 2 8 Fluid Level, Fig 2 3 Lagging High Temperature. Allow room to, read display, 60 C 140 F, Fig 2 4 Siting Fig 2 9 Within Temperature Limits.
2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION, 80 C 176 F, Fig 2 13 Above Ground. Fig 2 10 Cable Routing, Fig 2 14 Temperature Difference. Fig 2 11 Within Environmental Rating, Protection, Fig 2 15 Shade. Fig 2 12 Underground, 2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION, 2 3 Mechanical Installation. 2 3 1 Transmitters face, 162mm 6 35in, Gasket PTFE PTFE.
214mm 232mm 9 13in, 8 43in Fixing Centres, 15mm bore sensors. 69mm 2 72in Allowance for, Fixing Centres cable bends. 3 Fixing Holes, 6 5mm 1 4in Diameter, Caution Do not overtighten. fixings especially on an uneven, Caution For wafer type. Fig 2 16 Dimensions, sensors of 15mm bore the fluid seal.
must be made against the PTFE, 2 3 2 Sensors, Otherwise use a full face gasket. Caution Fig 2 18 Wafer Type Sensors, Do NOT exceed the maximum working. pressure marked on the equipment, Use stainless steel austenitic bolts. studs and nuts for flanged sensors below, Fit gaskets. Gasket same size as pipe, Fig 2 17 Gasket Fitting, 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION.
3 1 Grounding Fig 3 1 3 2, Supplied Bonding Cables. Wafer Type Sensors, 4mm2 10AWG, Copper Wire, Common Ground. Plant bonding, Fig 3 1 Pipelines, Insulated connecting wire. Supplied Bonding Cables not included Must be, adequately rated to carry. cathodic currents, Insulating Sleeve, and Washer, 4mm2 not provided.
Copper Wire, Gasket Gasket Detail of grounding, Grounding Ring rings required for. Grounding Rings Common Ground BOTH flanges, Plant bonding. Fig 3 2 Pipelines with Cathodic Protection, 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION. 3 2 Cables, 3 2 1 Cable Remote Versions only, Ground Wire ESCREEN. Grey Coaxial Core SIG2 White Coaxial Core Sig1, Inner Conductor SIG2 Inner Conductor Sig 1.
Inner Insulation Pink Inner Insulation Blue, Conductive Layer Black Conductive Layer Black. Primary Screen DS2 Primary Screen DS1, Insulation Grey Insulation White. Foil Secondary Screen, Foil Secondary Screen, Red wire CD1 Filler. Yellow wire CD2, Overall Foil Screen, Optional Steel Wire Armour. and submersible overjacket Violet wire SIG GND, Fig 3 3 Cable Identification.
6 5 4 3 2 1 0, 150 100 Millimetres 50 0, Grey Yellow CD2. Screen DS2, Violet SIG GND, Screen DS1, Overjacket Armour. Ground wire sleeved, Sheath to post Ground, Fig 3 4 Cable Preparation. 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, 3 2 2 Cable Alternative Type North American Wiring Practice. Black Coaxial Core Wires White Coaxial Core Wires, Signal Core Wires Signal Core Wires.
Inner Insulation Natural White Inner Insulation Natural White. Conductive Layer Black Conductive Layer Black, Screen Screen. Insulation Black Insulation White, Foil Screen Foil Screen. Cable Part No STT3350, Red Yellow, Black Outer Drain Wire. Green Yellow Outer Jacket, Fig 3 5 Cable Identification North American Wiring Practice. 5 4 Inches 3 2 1 0, 100 Millimetres 50 0, Black covered coax.
Inner to SIG2 Screen to DS2, Black to SIG GND, White covered coax. Inner to SIG1 Screen to DS1, Outer Overall screen drain. Insulation wire to ESCRN Length for Length for, Probe Head Transmitter. Fig 3 6 Cable Preparation North American Wiring Practice. 3 2 3 Cable Glands IEC Installation Practice, Rigid conduit must not be fitted to the. transmitter, Transmitter conduit adaptors must, incorporate a face seal.
Fig 3 7 Cable Gland, IEC Installation Practice, 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION. 3 2 4 Conduit Adapters and Cable Glands North American 0 5in. Alternative Alternative, Face Seal Face Seal, Seal Fittings vary Illustration. Present in slightly for typical for, O Z Gedney different makes O Z Gedney. Conduit Adapters, Cable Glands, Fig 3 8 Conduit Adapters and Cable Glands. 3 3 Connection Requirements, Transmitter, The transmitter and sensor are supplied as a.
matched system Check serial numbers to, ensure they are matched. 3 3 1 Sensors, Remote sensors are usually supplied with an. integral cable and potted connections If the, sensor has been supplied unpotted connections. must also be made to the sensor terminal box, Power and then potted on completion with the supplied. potting material See Appendix A, Input Output, Fig 3 9 Connection Requirements.
3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, Caution Remote versions. Remove any exposed black conductive layer from under coaxial screens. Make connections only as shown, Sleeve all bare wiring. Twist RED and YELLOW cores lightly together, Twist WHITE and GREY coaxial cables lightly together. Maintain Environmental Protection at all times, Conduit connections must provide cable entry sealing. Information Remote versions, Refer to ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Appendix A.
Internal appearance of Terminal Box may vary from that shown. Standard Terminal Box Alternative Terminal Box, Note If link is fitted do NOT remove. Red Ground Wire, CD1 ESCRN 7, Yellow sleeved, CD2 7 Screen Grey. 6 Pink coaxial, 5 Blue White, SIG GND 4 Screen coaxial. Violet DS1 3 Violet, SIG2 2 Yellow, Pink 1 Red, Screen DS2 1. Gray Coaxial, Ground Wire, White Coaxial sleeved, Fig 3 10 Sensor Terminal Box Connections Remote version.
North American Wiring Practice, Note If link is fitted do NOT remove. Red Outer Screen, Yellow CD2, White Coaxial Screen Green Yellow Ground. Cable Blue SIG1, Black Coaxial SIG2, Fig 3 11 Sensor Terminal Box Connections North American Wiring Practice. 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, 3 3 2 Transmitters All versions. Protection, Unused cable, entries must be, blanked with the.
p e r m a n e n t, blanking plugs slightly 2, supplied with the. transmitters 2, and 3 Slacken, slide off captive, Fig 3 12 Transmitter Connection Terminal access. Remove any exposed black conductive layer from the inner insulation of both coaxial. Substitute sensor cable of any kind is not acceptable. Do not make connections except as shown, Twist cable pairs together as shown. Sleeve ALL bare wires, Sensor cable may only be joined using company supplied junction box. available separately, Connections, Yellow White Coax.
CD 2 Blue Inner SIG 1, Screen DS 1, Connections, Violet Grey Coax. Pink Inner SIG 2, Screen DS 2, Ground Wire, Safety Earth. Fig 3 13 Sensor Cable Connections at the Transmitter Remote version. 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, North American Wiring Practice. Connection, Yellow White Coax, CD 2 Blue Inner SIG 1. Screen DS 1, Black Coax Signal, Gnd Inner SIG 2 Connection.
Connection Screen DS 2, Black SIG GND, Cable Screen Connections. Drain Wire ESCRN, Fig 3 14 Sensor Cable Connections at the Transmitter North American Wiring Practice. 3 3 3 MagMaster CalMaster Adapter, When a MagMaster Transmitter is fitted with an adaptor board for use with a CalMaster Verification. Unit wiring from the sensor to this adaptor board is shown in the following diagram. To wire the adaptor plug carefully pull off the plug from the adaptor board connect the wires using. only a screwdriver with a 2 5mm blade to tighten the terminal screws and replace the plug. Adaptor Plug, Caution Remove any, Grey exposed black conductive layer. Yellow from the inner insulation of both, Red coaxial cables.
Ground Wire, Sensor Cable, Fig 3 15 Fitting the Sensor Wiring onto the Adaptor. 3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, 3 4 Input Output Connections. Refer to SPECIFICATION SHEET for Input Output ratings. Inductive loads must be suppressed or clamped to limit voltage swings. Capacitive loads must be inrush current limited, Hazardous area requirements are not considered in the following pages. Note The connection terminal markings in the metal housed transmitter are identical to. Electromagnetic Flowmeters Instruction Manual R E GIST E D 0255 The Company ABB Automation is 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 leader in process automation technology we offer customers application expertise service

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