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MI 020-359InstructionSeptember 2003Universal Instruction ManualI/A Series Pressure TransmittersModels IAP10, IAP20,IGP10, IGP20, IGP25 and IGP50,IDP10, IDP25, IDP50Configuration, Calibration, Installation, and OperationFor safety information in English, refer to the web site listed below.(Note: This sentence is repeated in other languages below)Se webstedet anført nedenfor for at få sikkerhedsoplysninger på dansk.Ga naar het website-adres hieronder voor veiligheidsinformatie in het Nederlands.Suomenkielisiä turvallisuustietoja on seuraavassa WWW-sivustossa.Pour des informations de sécurité en français, consultez le site Web ci-dessous.Sicherheitshinweise in deutscher Sprache finden Sie auf der unten angegebenen Website.Για πληροφορίες ασφαλείας στα Ελληνικά, ανατρέξτε στο δικτυακό τόπο πουαναγράφεται παρακάτω.Per informazioni riguardanti la sicurezza in italiano, fare riferimento all'indirizzoWeb indicato sotto.For sikkerhetsinformasjon på norsk, se nettstedet angitt nedenfor.Para obter informações sobre segurança em Português, consulte o Web site listado em baixo.Visite nuestro sitio Web si desea obtener más información de seguridad en español.För säkerhetsinformation på svenska tittar du på vår webbsida på adress enligt nedan.www.foxboro.com/m&i/tools/safety/pressure

MI 020-359 – September 2003

ContentsFigures. vPreface. vii1. Safety Information . 1Transmitter Identification . 1Supply Voltage . 1Electrical Certification Rating . 2PED Certification . 3Pressure Rating . 3Pressure Seal PSFLT . 4Pressure Seals PSFPS and PSFES . 5Pressure Seals PSFAR and PSFAD . 6Pressure Seals PSTAR and PSTAD . 6Pressure Seals PSISR and PSISD . 7Pressure Seals PSSCR and PSSCT . 7PSSSR and PSSST (Sanitary Tank Spud) Seals . 7Origin Code . 7Operating Temperature Limits . 7Process Wetted Materials . 11Pressure Seals PSFLT, PSFPS, and PSFES . 11Pressure Seals PSFAR, PSFAD, PSTAR, PSTAD, PSISR, and PSISD . 11Pressure Seals PSSCR . 12Pressure Seals PSSCT . 12Pressure Seals PSSSR and PSSST . 12General Warning . 13ATEX Warning . 13Explosionproof/Flameproof and Enclosure Warning . 13Intrinsically Safe and Type n Warning . 14Type n Warning . 14Pressure Warnings . 14Process Fluid Warning . 16Seal or Sensor Fill Fluid Warning . 16Parts Replacement Warning . 16EC Declaration of Conformity . 172. Installation .Mechanical Installation .Differential Pressure Transmitter .Process Mounting .Pipe or Surface Mounting .1919191920iii

MI 020-359 – September 2003ContentsInstallation of Flow Measurement Piping .Filling System with Seal Liquid .Absolute and Gauge Pressure Transmitter .IAP10, IGP10, IGP25 and IGP50 Transmitters .IAP20 and IGP20 Transmitters .Typical Transmitter Piping .Transmitter with Seals .Positioning the Housing .Positioning the Display .Setting the Write Protect Jumper .Cover Locks .Wiring .4 to 20 mA Output Signal (Model Codes -A, -D, and -T) .HART Multidrop Wiring (Model Code -T) .1 to 5 V dc Output Signal (Model Code -V) .Power Supply Voltage and Current .Output Load .Three or Four Wire Connections .FoxCom Communications Protocol (Model Code -D) .Foundation Fieldbus Communication (Model Code -F) .Installing Fieldbus Software (Model Code -F) .Putting a Differential Pressure Xmtr Into Operation .Taking a Differential Pressure Xmtr Out of Operation .20222323232425262627272728323333333336384141423. Operation Using Local Display .Moving Through the Menu Structure .Entering Numerical Values .Zeroing from the LCD Indicator Pushbuttons or Optional External Zero Button .Zeroing from the HHT or HART Communicator .43454546474. Calibration Diagram . 495. Configuration Diagrams.FoxCom Communications (Code -D) .HART Communications (Code -T) .Foundation Fieldbus Communications (Code -F) .4 to 20 mA (Code -A) and 1 to 5 V dc (Code -V) .5151545657Index . 59iv

2728293031323334353637383940Sample Transmitter Identification .Sample Seal Data Plate .Pressure Connections .Sensor Replacement .Sensor Replacement (pvdf Inserts) .Process-Mounted Transmitter .Mounting Transmitter to a Pipe or Surface .Example of Horizontal Process Line Installation .Example of Vertical Process Line Installation .IAP10, IGP10, IGP25, and IGP50 Transmitter Mounting .IAP20 and IGP20 Transmitter Mounting .Typical Transmitter Piping (IGP10 shown) .Hot Process Piping .Housing Set Screw Location .Accessing Field Terminals .Identification of Field Terminals .Supply Voltage and Loop Load .Loop Wiring 4 to 20 mA Output Transmitters .Wiring Several 4 to 20 mA Transmitters to a Common Power Supply .Typical Multidrop Network .Identification of Field Terminals .Three-wire Connection .Four-wire Connection .Loop Wiring (four-wire connection shown) .Wiring Several Transmitters to a Common Power Supply .Typical Transmitter Wiring to an I/A Series System .Wiring Transmitter to Terminals in an I/A Series System .Wiring Diagram of Typical FOUNDATION Fieldbus Transmitter Installation .Local Display Module .Top Level Structure Diagram .Typical Menu Structure .Calibration Structure Diagram .Calibration Structure Diagram (Continued) .FoxCom Configuration Structure Diagram .FoxCom Configuration Structure Diagram (Continued) .FoxCom Configuration Structure Diagram (Continued) .HART Configuration Structure Diagram .HART Configuration Structure Diagram (Continued) .HART Configuration Structure Diagram (Continued) .Configuration Structure Diagram (Code -A and -V) 73840444445495051525354555657v

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PrefaceThis Universal Instruction Manual is designed to provide the user with a single, concise, easy-touse manual that covers the key points needed for configuration, calibration, installation, andoperation of I/A Series Pressure Transmitters.It covers all models of single variable pressure transmitters in the I/A Series family, includingabsolute, gauge, and differential pressure transmitters, with FoxCom, HART, FOUNDATIONfieldbus, or analog output electronics.This universal manual, along with a CD containing detailed information, is provided free ofcharge with every I/A Series Pressure Transmitter, unless the purchaser requests that these twoitems be omitted.For additional detailed information about each model, including dimensional prints, parts lists,and more detailed instructions, please refer to the standard CD supplied or the optional paperinstruction book that is available from Foxboro for each model in the line. Standard Documentation Shipped with every I/A Series Pressure Transmitter A brief “Getting Started” Pocket-Sized Bulletin This Universal Instruction Manual A CD that contains the complete documentation set for I/A Series PressureTransmittersWhen Optional Feature K1 is specified in the Model Code when the transmitter isordered:A brief “Getting Started” Pocket-Sized Bulletin only is suppliedOptional Feature K1 is offered for those users who want Foxboro to omit thedocumentation shipped with every transmitter. This may be specified when multipleidentical transmitters are ordered and the user does not want multiple sets ofdocumentation.vii

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1. Safety InformationTransmitter IdentificationA typical data plate is shown in Figure 1.SILICONE FILL-46 AND 121 CABCDEFIDP10-D 12 A 21 E - A 311.5 - 42 V dc2A01253625 psiFigure 1. Sample Transmitter IdentificationReview the model code on the data plate attached to your transmitter to determine its electrical,pressure, and hazardous location ratings.Supply VoltageThe proper supply voltage is printed on the data plate. See Item C on the example shown inFigure 1. Ensure that the proper electrical source is connected to the transmitter.1

MI 020-359 – September 20031. Safety InformationElectrical Certification RatingThe electrical safety design code is printed on the data plate as part of the model code. See Item Bon the example shown in Figure 1. See Table 1 to identify this code. The type of protection is alsomarked on the data plate. See Item D on the example shown in Figure 1.Table 1. Electrical Safety SpecificationsTesting Laboratory,Types of Protection,and Area ClassificationATEX intrinsically safe; II 1 G EEx ia IIC,Zone 0; or II 1/2 G EEx ib IIC, Zone 0/Zone1; hazardous locations.ATEX flameproof; II 2 G EEx d IIC,Zone 1; hazardous locations.ATEX protection n; II 3 G Ex nL IIC,Zone 2; hazardous locations.Application ConditionsTemperature Class T4-T6. See certificateKEMA 00ATEX1009 X for electricaldata. Not applicable to ElectronicVersion -A, -F, and -V products.Temperature Class T6. See certificateKEMA 00ATEX2019 X for electricaldata. Flameproof classification is notapplicable to IAP10 and IGP10.Temperature Class T4-T6. See certificateKEMA 00ATEX1060 X for electricaldata. Not applicable to ElectronicVersion -A, -F, and -V products.Refer to codes E, D, and N. (a)ATEX multiple certifications, ia and ib, d,and n. Refer to codes E, D, and N for details.CSA intrinsically safe for Class I, Division 1, Connect per MI 020-427. TemperatureGroups A, B, C, and D; Class II, Division 1, Class T4A at 40 C (104 F), and T3C atGroups E, F, and G; and Class III, Division 85 C (185 F) maximum ambient.1hazardous locations.Not applicable to Electronic Version -A,and -F products.CSA explosionproof for Class I, Division 1, Temperature Class T6 at 80 C (176 F)Groups B, C, and D; dust-ignitionproof for and T5 at 85 C (185 F) maximumClass II, Division 1, Groups E, F, and G;ambient.Class III, Division 1 hazardous locations.CSA for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, Connect to source not exceeding 42.4 V.and D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G; Temperature Class T6 at 40 C (104 F)Class III, Division 2 hazardous locations.and T4A at 85 C (185 F) maximumambient. Not applicable to ElectronicVersion -F products.2ElectricalSafetyDesign CodeEDNMC

1. Safety InformationMI 020-359 – September 2003Table 1. Electrical Safety Specifications (Continued)Testing Laboratory,Types of Protection,and Area ClassificationFM intrinsically safe for Class I, Division 1,Groups A, B, C, and D; Class II, Division 1,Groups E, F, and G; Class III, Division 1hazardous locations.Application ConditionsConnect per MI 020-427. TemperatureClass T4A at 40 C (104 F) and T4 at85 C (185 F) maximum ambient.Not applicable to Electronic Version -Aand -F products.FM explosionproof for Class I, Division 1, Temperature Class T6 at 80 C (176 F)Groups B, C, and D; dust-ignitionproof for and T5 at 85 C (185 F) maximumClass II, Division 1, Groups E, F, and G;ambient.Class III, Division 1 hazardous locations.FM nonincendive for Class I, Division 2,Connect to source not exceeding 42.4 V.Groups A, B, C, and D; Class II, Division 2, Temperature Class T6 at 40 C (104 F)Groups F and G; Class III, Division 2and T4A at 85 C (185 F) maximumhazardous locations.ambient. Not applicable to ElectronicVersion -F products.SAA Ex ia, IIC, intrinsically safe, Gas Group Temperature Class T4. Not applicable toIIC, Zone 0.Electronic Version -A, -F, and -Vproducts.SAA Ex d, IIC, flameproof, Gas Group IIC, Temperature Class T6. Not applicable toZone 1.Electronic Version -F and -V products.SAA Ex n, IIC, nonincendive, GasTemperature Class T4. Not applicable toGroup IIC, Zone 2.Electronic Version -F and -V.ElectricalSafetyDesign CodeFHAK(a)User must permanently mark (check off in rectangular block on data plate) one type of protection only (ia and ib,d, or n). This mark cannot be changed once it is applied. See Item D on the example shown in Figure 1.NOTEThese transmitters have been designed to meet the electrical safety description listedin Table 1. For detailed information or status of testing laboratoryapprovals/certifications, contact Invensys Foxboro.PED CertificationInvensys Foxboro offers the PED (Harmonized Pressure Equipment Directive for the EuropeanCommunity) certification only with transmitters ordered with ATEX Electrical Safety DesignCode selections. Transmitters with PED certification have a CE marking on the data plate thatalso carries the PED number 0575.Pressure RatingThe maximum working pressure (PS or MWP) for the transmitter is printed on the data plate.See Item F on the example shown in Figure 1.The data plate of flanged level transmitters and transmitters with flanged pressure seals arestamped with the MWP if the transmitter pressure range is the limiting factor. It is stamped“Flange Rate” if the flange rating is the limiting factor. The MWP of the flanged seal is stampedon the seal data plate. See Figure 2.3

MI 020-359 – September 20031. Safety InformationMWP: 275 psig at 100 FMODEL CODE: PSFPS-A2S0E313BNOTICE: BREAKING CONNECTIONS VOIDS WARRANTYBE SURE FILL FLUID CAN MIX SAFELY WITH PROCESSHIGH SIDE SEALHIGH SIDE FLUID, DC200, 10 cSt SILICONE TEMP RANGE -40 TO 450 FPROCESS WETTED MATERIAL 316 SSFigure 2. Sample Seal Data PlateWhen using transmitters with threaded, in-line saddle weld, or sanitary pressure seals, comparethe MWP of the transmitter on the transmitter data plate and the MWP of the seals on the sealsdata plates and use the lesser value as the system MWP.The MWP on the seal data plates may not be given at your process temperature. Use thefollowing information and industry standards as required to determine the actual pressure limitsfor your application.Pressure Seal PSFLTTable 2. Pressure Seal PSFLT Pressure LimitsProcessConnections Flange Process Temperature(c)ANSI Class 150 (a)ANSI Class 300 (a)ANSI Class 600 (a)DIN PN 10/16 (b)DIN PN 10/40and PN 25/40 (b)100 F200 F300 F450 F100 F200 F300 F450 F100 F200 F300 F450 F50 C100 C150 C250 C50 C100 C150 C250 CMaximum Working PressureCarbon Steel (d)316L Stainless Steel (e)285 psig260 psig230 psig185 psig740 psig675 psig655 psig618 psig1480 psig1350 psig1315 psig1235 psig16 bar16 bar14.5 bar11 bar40 bar40 bar37.5 bar32 bar275 psig240 psig215 psig183 psig720 psig620 psig560 psig498 psig1440 psig1240 psig1120 psig993 psig16 bar16 bar14 bar10.5 bar40 bar35 bar33.5 bar30 bar(a)ANSI flanges per ASME/ANSI B16.5-1988(b)DIN flanges per BS4504.(c)Flange temperature/pressure ratings only; seal temperature ratings may be lower; refer to Table 9.(d)ASME/ANSI Material Group 1.1; linear interpolation acceptable.(e)ASME/ANSI Material Group 2.2; linear interpolation acceptable.4

1. Safety InformationMI 020-359 – September 2003Pressure Seals PSFPS and PSFESTable 3. Pressure Seal PSFPS and PSFES Pressure LimitsProcess ConnectionFlangeANSI Class 150 (a)ANSI Class 300 (a)ANSI Class 600 (a)DIN PN 10/16 (b)DIN PN 10/40and PN 25/40 (b)Maximum Working PressureProcessTemperature(c)Carbon Steel (d)316L Stainless Steel (e)100 F200 F400 F500 F600 F100 F200 F400 F500 F600 F100 F200 F400 F500 F600 F50 C100 C150 C200 C300 C50 C100 C150 C200 C300 C285 psig230 psig200 psig170 psig140 psig740 psig675 psig635 psig600 psig550 psig1480 psig1350 psig1270 psig1200 psig1095 psig16 bar16 bar14.5 bar13 bar9 bar40 bar40 bar37.5 bar35 bar28 bar275 psig240 psig195 psig170 psig140 psig720 psig620 psig515 psig480 psig450 psig1440 psig1240 psig1030 psig955 psig905 psig16 bar16 bar14 bar12 bar9 bar40 bar35 bar33.5 bar32 bar28 bar(a)ANSI flanges per ASME/ANSI B16.5-1988(b)DIN flanges per BS4504.(c)Flange temperature/pressure ratings only; seal temperature ratings may be lower; refer to Table 9.(d)ASME/ANSI Material Group 1.1; linear interpolation acceptable.(e)ASME/ANSI Material Group 2.2; linear interpolation acceptable.5

MI 020-359 – September 20031. Safety InformationPressure Seals PSFAR and PSFADTable 4. Pressure Seals PSFAR and PSFAD Pressure -20 F100 F200 FANSI300 FCarbon Steel400 F500 F580 F-20 F100 F200 FANSI300 FStainless Steel400 F500 F580 FPressure Rating in psig(a)Class 150285285260230200170146275275240215195170146Class 300740740675655635600560720720620560515480456Class 0955915Class 7023902280(a) The maximum working pressure with the nonmetallic ptfe and PVC lower housings is 150 psig regardless ofthe higher allowable flange pressure range.(b) Flange temperature/pressure ratings only; seal temperature rating may be lower depending on mounting andfill fluid; refer to Table 9.Pressure Seals PSTAR and PSTADTable 5. Pressure Seals PSTAR and PSTAD Pressure LimitsProcessTemperature20 F100 F200 F300 F400 F500 F580 FBolting Code “S”2 and 3 inch1250125010759759008358034 inch750750645585540500481Bolting Code “C”2 and 3 inch25002500215019501800167016064 inch150015001290117010801000963Seal temperature rating may be lower depending on mounting and fill fluid; refer to Table 9.The pressure rating is dependent on the diaphragm size and the bolting material. The diaphragmsize and bolting material are identified in the pressure seal model number which is located on thepressure seal. See following example:PSTAR-B32USSS1SAC14CBOLTING CODEDIAPHRAGM SIZE (IN)6

1. Safety InformationMI 020-359 – September 2003Pressure Seals PSISR and PSISDThe maximum working pressure is equivalent to a nominal 3- or 4-inch Schedule 40 pipe asdefined by ASME/ANSI standards.Pressure Seals PSSCR and PSSCTThe maximum working pressure of the seal process connection varies with the clamping deviceused. Refer to Tri-Clover Tri-Clamp standards to determine the pressure limits of the clampingsystem that you are using.PSSSR and PSSST (Sanitary Tank Spud) SealsThe maximum working pressure of mini tank spud seal is 1.55 MPa at 120 C (225 psi at 250 F).That of the standard tank spud seal is 1.38 MPa at 120 C (200 psi at 250 F).Origin CodeThe origin code identifies the area of manufacture and the year and week of manufacture. SeeItem E on the example shown in Figure 1. In the example, 2A means the product wasmanufactured in the Measurement and Instrument Division, 01 identifies the year ofmanufacture as 2001, and 25, the week of manufacture in that year.Operating Temperature LimitsThe operating temperature limits of the electronics are -40 C and 85 C (-40 F and 185 F).Ensure that the transmitter is operated within this range.The sensor body operating temperature limits are determined by the sensor fill fluid. The covermaterial, sensor diaphragm material and fill fluid are specified by two characters in the modelcode on the data plate. See Item A on the example shown in Figure 1. Also see Table 6 andTable 7 to interpret this part of the code and Table 8 to determine the sensor body temperaturelimits. In the example IDP10-D12A21E-A3, the number 12 identifies the fill fluid in Table 6 assilicone. Table 8 identifies silicone as having temperature limits of -46 and 121 C (-50 and 250 F).Table 6. Interpretation of Model Code forIDP10, IAP20, IGP20, IDP25, and IDP50 TransmittersCode10111213161720Cover MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteelSteelSteel316 ssSensor DiaphragmMaterialCo-Ni-CrCo-Ni-Cr316 ss316 ssHastelloy CHastelloy CCo-Ni-CrFill luorinertSilicone7

MI 020-359 – September 20031. Safety InformationTable 6. Interpretation of Model Code forIDP10, IAP20, IGP20, IDP25, and IDP50 Transmitters (Continued)Sensor DiaphragmCode Cover MaterialMaterial21316 ssCo-Ni-Cr22316 ss316 ss23316 ss316 ss2G 316 ss316 ss, gold-plated24316 ssMonel25316 ssMonel26316 ssHastelloy C27316 ssHastelloy C34MonelMonel35MonelMonel46Hastelloy CHastelloy C47Hastelloy CHastelloy C48Hastelloy CTantalum49Hastelloy CTantalum78pvdf InsertTantalum79pvdf InsertTantalumF1F2F3F4S1S2S3S4N/A - Used with pressure sealS5S6SASBSCSDSESF8Fill rtSiliconeInertSiliconeInert

1. Safety InformationMI 020-359 – September 2003Table 7. Interpretation of Model Code forIAP10, IGP10, IGP25, and IGP50 TransmittersProcessConnectorSensor DiaphragmCodeMaterialMaterial20316L ssCo-Ni-Cr21316L ssCo-Ni-Cr22316L ss316L ss23316L ss316L ss2415-5 ss15-526Inconel X-750 Inconel X-7502813-8Mo ss13-8Mo ss30316L ssHastelloy C31316L ssHastelloy C32Hastelloy CHastelloy C33Hastelloy CHastelloy CTA 316L ss316L ssT2316L ss316L ssT3316L ss316L ssTB 316L ssHastelloy CT4316L ssHastelloy CT5316L ssHastelloy CM1 316L ss316L ssM6 316L ss316L ssM9 316L ss316L ssPX316L ss316L ssPZ316L ss316L ssPA316L ss316L ssPB316L ss316L ssPC 316L ss316L ssPD 316L ss316L ssPE316L ssHastelloy CPF316L ssHastelloy CPG 316L ssHastelloy CPH 316L ssHastelloy CPJ316L ssHastelloy CD1D2S3N/A - Used with pressure sealS4SCSDFill oneSilico

MI 020-359 September 2003 Instruction Universal Instruction Manual I/A Series Pressure Transmitters Models IAP10, IAP20, IGP10, IGP20, IGP25 and IGP50, IDP10, IDP25, IDP50

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