EMP 2 Pressure Transmitters

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2 3. China Korean Register. The units are supplied as two-wire transmitters with an output signal of 420 mA.5 3.2 3.6 0 –  2.2 5 8 18 601) 20 601) 32 50 80 100 200 100 100 100 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 640 1000 1600 400 Code no. This is proportional to. BRD Registro Italiano Navale.2 5 8 18 20 32 50 80 Min. They have all necessary marine approvals.2 3. burst pressure pe bar 3.5 0 – 4 0 – 6 0 – 6 0 – 10 0 – 10 0 – 16 0 – 25 0 – 40 0 – 60 0 – 1 00 0 – 1 60 0 – 2 50 0 – 4 00 –1 – 9 1) 2) 2) 084G2100 084G2101 084G2102 084G2103 084G2104 084G2105 084G2106 084G2206 084G2107 084G2207 084G2108 084G2109 084G2209 084G2110 084G2111 084G2211 084G2112 084G2113 084G2213 084G2114 084G2115 084G2116 084G2117 084G2118 084G2120 601) 601) 120 200 260 375 600 50 120 200 260 375 600 20 With pulse snubber Sealed gauge 2 IC. Span adjustment is also possible. Korea Approvals   F Lloyds Register of Shipping. Bereau Veritas. EMP 2 G½A G 3/8 A Operating pressure pe kp/cm2 –1 –  5 2) 0. USA Germanischer Lloyds. The EMP 2 series can be used for continuous measurement of liquid.2 – 1 0 – 1 0 – 1.P20.2 3. England Det Norske Veritas.5 0 –  4 0 –  6 0 –  6 0 –  10 0 –  10 0 –  15 0 –  25 0 – 40 0 – 50 0 –100 0 –160 0 – 250 0 – 400 0 –  20 Test pressure pe kp/cm2 3.5 2)    5 0. The transmitters are designed for monitoring and control in marine and industial applications. burst pressure pe kp/cm2 200 100 100 100 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 640 1000 1600 400 Code no. Norway Nippon Kaiji Kyokai.02 . The transmitters have a zero-point displacement facility for equalizing static pressure.2 –  1 0 – 1 0 –  1. EMP 2 G½A 084G2131 084G2132 084G2133 084G2134 084G2135 084G2235 084G2136 084G2157 084G2137 084G2158 084G2138 084G2139 084G2179 084G2140 084G2141 084G2159 084G2142 084G2143 084G2169 084G2144 084G2145 084G2146 084G2147 084G2148 084G2154 G 3/8 A Test pressure pe bar               35 –1 – 1 .Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Description Pressure transmitters type EMP 2 convert pressure to an electric signal. and linear with. France China Classification society.PD. the value of the pressure to which the pressure-sensitive element is subjected by the medium. steam of gas pressure. Italy Technical data and ordering (When ordering please state type and code number) Pressure in bar Operating pressure pe bar –1 – 5 2) Pressure in kp/cm2 Min.E3.6 0 – 2. Japan American Bureau of Shipping.

5 bar (kp/cm2) ±5% of range span. lubricating oil. max. ± 0. Thermal zero point shift 2.PD.3% FS for -1 to xx bar or kp/cm2 Noise emission Accuracy Temperature dependence 1. see also fig. Connection to the transmitter is made through a connector with a spanner flat. IC. The Standard contains tests for the following: HF fields. ± 5 bar (kp/cm2) –5% →20% of range span Complies with the standard for industial apparatus EN 61000-6-2. +50%/ –0% –5% →20% range span. 410 Ohm at 24 V d. When fitting or removing pressure lines. Housings are made of enamelled pressure-die-cast aluminium (GD-AISI 12) G 1/4. 1 kg Pg 13. ammonia. acceleration 4 G Extended specifications by prior arrangement Less than 4 ms 500 g for 1 ms to IEC 60068-2-27 IP 67 IEC 529 or DIN 40050. 3 . but max. 12 V d. the spanner flats on the pressure connector should be used to apply counter-torque.c. mains transmitted HF. but max. Pressure connection Connector with outside cylindrical thread G ½.01% FS/ 10V 3-30 Hz amplitude 1. 1 Permissible ambient temperature depending on temperature of medium Mounting Type EMP 2 is equipped with a 3 mm stell bracket for mounting. +50%/ –20% B.06 % FS/°C 2. –1 → 1. refrigerants.c.c. oil.3% in all pressure ranges ± 2. between terminals N and P A.13 mm and 30-300 Hz acceleration 4G according to IEC 60068-2-6 The requirements of the ship classification societies are up to 100 Hz.P20. gas etc. 32 V and min. voltage transients. to ISO 228. 1 –50°C to 70°C –40°C to 100°C. supply voltage variations. 1) Water. depending to some extent on ambient temperature (fig.5 for cable diameters 5-14 mm ± 0.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Technical data Operating temperature Storage temperature Temperature of medium Media Voltage supply Load resistance Zero point adjustment Span adjustment Combination of span and zero point adjustments Noise immunity –10°C to 70°C. fuel. some types available with G 3/8 A mano. 650 Ohm at 24 V d. G ½ A standard. low-frequency radiation and transient protection in accordance with Germanischer Lloyd Complies with standard EN 61000-6-3 Linearity: 1. ± 0. electrostatic immunity. max. Shock stability Enclosure Pressure connection Weight Cable entry Installation conditions A: Ambient temperature B: Temperature og medium C: Operating range D: Transport and storage temperature Fig.06 % FS/°C ±0. Thermal sensitivity (span) shift Voltage dependence Vibration stability Time constant Identification The type designation and code number of the transmitter is embossed on the side of the housing at the bottom close to the pressure connector.02 The primary insertion length of the connector corresponds to EN 837.E3. The media must however be neutral in respect of materials AISI 316L Max. 14 mm across flats. G 3/8 A mano approx. and inside cylindrical thread G ¼.

good convection Condensed liquid Water systems Water in the pressure element is not harmful. In the example. a shock valve. be fitted. fig. surges af a value in excess of that for which the pressure element is designed can occur.PD.02 . 4 4 IC. 70°C Insulation against radiant heat Fig. The same leads are used for supply voltage and output signal. 2 Reliable. a damping device should Electrical connection The transmitter has a wiring diagram. see fig. Terminals P (positive) and N (negative) are connection terminals for the supply voltage. A function test can be performed between terminals N and T without cutting off the current loop. To avoid damage to the pressure element. Surge Stop damage due to Surge 1: Surge damper 2: Pump 3: Valve 4: Tank Fig. 4. a throttle. the insertion of a water-filled loop is recommended. Steam plant To protect the pressure element against temperatures in excees of the maximum temperature fo the medium (100°C).P20. or a combination og these items. To prevent this the transmitter should be allowed to operate on an air cushion. Fig.E3. 2. insulation against radiant heat is also shown. but in the event of frost a water-filled pressure element may burst. The device can consist of a flexible pipe.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Installation conditions Steam 170°C Thin(=low heat conductivity) uninsulated tube max. The amplitue of surges should never exceed the maximum range pressure of the pressure transmitter. 3 In cases where valves are closed momentarily.

The maximum permissible load resistance RL for insertion between transmitter and voltage source can be calculated from the formula: RL (Ω) = V–12 20 × 10–3 The integrated pulse snubber is designed as an 0. Thus. D: 20% undervoltage E: Voltage Fig. Load as a function of the voltage for EMP 2 The intersection between supply voltage and load resistance graphs must lie within the shaded area (marked B in diagram). Example Given: Supply voltage 24 V ±10% ripple voltage Lead resistance in lead N Measuring resistance inserted in lead N Lead resistance in lead P Measuring resistance inserted in lead P Calculation V = 24 V±10% ⇔ Vupper = 24 V+10% = 26. A: Load in ohms B: Operating range C: Rated voltage 24 V d. Any superimposed ripple voltages or voltage changes in an upward direction must not result in the stated maximum voltage of 32 V being exceeded.6 RL (permissible) = 10 Ω 270 Ω 10 Ω 50 Ω RL = 340 Ω 21. the response time will not exceed 4 msec.3 mm orifice mounted in the pressure connection.c.PD. The viscosity has only little effect on the response time. of 32 V d.6 bar and 0 10 bar at extended test pressure is provided with an integrated pulse snubber for protection of the sensor element against cavitations and air bubbles in the media due to extreme pressure peaks and pulsations. The load is the sum of all resistances i both leads. The medium should not contain particles which may clog up in the orifice. c.6 – 12 = 480 Ω 20 × 10–3 RL of 340 Ω is less than 480 Ω Vupper of 26.c.02 5 . 5. RL and V lie within the permissible operating range. is less than Vmax.4 V Vlower = V -10 % = 21.E3. Even at viscosities up to 100 Cst. Such conditions may be caused by pumps or fast operation valves in both high and low pressure systems. IC. Sizing Any superimposed ripple voltages or voltage changes in a downward direction must be subtracted to find the smallest value of V.P20.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Pulse snubber EMP 2 with the pressure range 0 .4 V d.

armoured Damping coil with G 3/8 unions and 1 m armoured copper capillary tube.5 m copper capillary tube.PD. Material Code no. 1 kg Fig.E3. 6 Accessories Part Symbol Description Damping coil with G 3/8 unions and 1. × 1 with copper washer Brass Brass 060-333266 060-333866 6 IC.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Dimensions and weight A: G ½ A (G 3/8 A mano) B: Pg 13.5 C: G ¼ Weight approx. Damping coil Copper 060-104766 Damping coil Damping coil with G ½ unions and 1 m capillary tube.P20. Standard washers supplied Stainless steel 060-016966 Damping coil.02 . Standard washers supplied Copper 060-333366 Nipple G¼ A × G 3/8 A with copper washer G ¼ A × M10 ext.

020 ·10 1.953 · 10 295.1 1 1.07355 73.5 · 10 750 0.934 · 10 0.5 760 -3 3 -3 in Hg 2.33 0.1013 1.869 0.0 3 10 5 10.03342 0.06804 1 25.1 9.32 3387 6895 3 10.07031 -3 ISO 9001 quality approval ISO 9001 Danfoss A/S is certificated in accordance with international standard ISO 9001.20 10 1 10 -3 9.9807 1.333 · 10 -3 3 10.3 703.4 51.020 10 -4 -5 atm 9.807 · 10 0.01360 0.013 -4 -5 102. IC.807 · 10 -6 10 1 9.197 · 10 1 1000 10 4 10.55 735.80665 9806. This means that Danfoss fulfils the international standard in respect of product development.869 · 10 9.3 29.PD.333 · 10 3.422 14.P20.92 0.387 · 10 6.22 14.066 · 10 3 -3 1mH O 1 at 1 atm 1 mm Hg 1 in Hg 1 psi 9.033 1.71 -2 -3 0.7 98.807 · 10 0.896 28.7031 1.03453 0.360 ·10 101.E3.9869 0.325 · 10 133.60 345.0 14.02 7 .1020 1.4912 1 -4 1 0.96 29.03937 1 2. design production and sale.9678 1 -3 -4 -5 mm Hg 7.450 · 10 145.9678 · 10 0.333 · 10 0.1 1.53 2.50 1.895 · 10 3 0.020 · 10 5 -4 at 1.20 1.500 · 10 7.09807 0.896 · 10 2.422 · 10 1.09807 0.3453 0.06895 13.09678 0.036 -3 -4 1 10 6 0.020 · 10 10.70 1.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 Conversion table Pascal (= Newton per square metre) 2 (N/m ) Pa 1 Pa 1 N/mm 1 bar 1 kp/m 2 2 2 Newton per square mm Kilopond per square metre (mm H2O) Meter water gauge Technical atmosphere 2 (kp/cm ) Physical atmosphere Torr (0°C) Inches Hg (0°C) Poundforce per Square inch (lbf/in ) psi 2 N/mm 10 -6 2 bar 10 -5 kp/m 2 m H2O 1.03387 0.316 · 10 0.

E3.P20.PD.Technical brochure Pressure transmitter type EMP 2 8 IC.02 ® Danfoss A/S 07-2009/ DE-BD .

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