Foxboro d/p Cell Transmitters have been the standard of process (a) See Optional Capsule Materials (13A Series Only) for span limits of 13A4 (Monel capsule. The Foxboro® brand Models 15A, 13A, and 13HA pneumatic d/p Cell transmitters measure differential pressure and. Download Manual Model. Regarding This Manual. • This manual should be provided to the end user. • The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior.
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Models 15A, 13A, and 13HA Pneumatic d/p Cell® Transmitters
To calibrate an instrument involves checking that the output of the given instrument corresponds to given inputs at several points foxnoro the calibration range of the instrument. How to Calibrate Smart Transmitters. Record and put down the following can easily be sourced from transmitter nameplate: Connect all the equipment needed for the calibration exercise in the appropriate manner.
Then connect them according to your connection diagram. A typical DP cell transmitter calibration diagram is shown below:.
For your application, this could be modified slightly. For doxboro if the pressure source is a hand pump, you can easily control the pressure applied to the DP cell. However, if you are doing field calibration that requires the use of the actual process pressure, you will need a pressure regulator in conjunction with a pneumatic calibrator to help you control the pressure applied to the DP cell.
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Most transmitter calibration done is a five point calibration. The graph below illustrates the correlation between input and output values.
Readings are taken for both increasing and decreasing input values and the corresponding transmitter output values are recorded Step 5: In most calibration done, you will be doing either a bench shop calibration — A bench calibration is a procedure where the device is calibrated at a calibration bench using calibration devices to simulate the process, — or a field calibration where the actual process is used. Whether you are doing a bench calibration or a field calibration, the low port of the DP transmitter cell is vented to the atmosphere as shown in the connection diagram above and the high 13 of the DP transmitter connected to a pressure source e.
So once your equipment is well setup, power it up and pressurize the high port of your DP transmitter.
Foxboro 13A,13HA,13DMP Pneumatic Differential PressureTransmitters
Record the current reading in m A which will be your first data point. All the reading obtained will be the as janual readings. If you calibrate the DP transmitter before first testing and recording the as found data, the history of the device performance data will be lost.
You are now ready to calibrate the DP transmitter. Note that these screws each connect to a variable resistance potentiometer and can be turned indefinitely. That is the potentiometer is of a type that once fully adjusted clockwise or counter clockwise the screw may continue to turn without further varying the resistance for either direction.
The potentiometer has a maximum of 20 turns between minimum and maximum resistance therefore turning the ZERO or SPAN screws clockwise foxbor counter-clockwise for 20 turns will cause the potentiometer to be at either maximum or minimum.
That is, adjusting one has an effect on the other. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. CalibrationDP Transmitters. Newer Post Older Post Home.