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Allgemeine Pfl egehinweise

Beschichtete Fliichen lassen sich am besten mit schwach konzentriertem Seifenwasser oder einem Spezialreiniger reinigen.
Die behandelten Fliichen sollten danach mit klarem Wasser abgewaschen und mit einem feuchten Tuch abgerieben werden.
Auf Lackoberflfichen nach der feuchten Reinigung mdglichst sofort mit einem feuchten, weichen Tuch nachwischen, um
Rfinder zu vermeiden.
Bei hartnAckiger Verschmutzung sollten Sie das Reinigungsmittel an den gegebenen Stellen pur verwendeq und
anschlieBend wie oben beschrieben mit klarem Wasser nachwaschen und abtrocknen.
(lesten Sie das Reinigungsmittel bitte vorher an einer unaufftilligen Stelle!)
Verwenden Sie bitte niemals Benzin, Dieselkraftstoffe, Nitro- oder Kunstharzverdiinnungen oder Scheuermittel, da
sie zur Reinigung der Oberfliichen nicht geeignet sind und sie beschiidigen.
Vorsicht beim Reinigen von Aulklebern. Immer von innen nach auBen siubern, damit die Ecken und Riinder sich
nicht abliisen.
General care-hints
Coated surfaces should be cleaned with weakly concentrated soapy-water or a special-cleaner. The surfaces should then be
rinsed immediately with clear water and wiped with a soft, moist cloth. Please wipe the painted surfaces soon as possible
with a soft, moist cloth to avoid stain. With stubborn contamination, use concentrated detergent at the given places. Clean
and dry as described.
(Please test the detergent previously at an inconspicuous place!)
Use never Petrol, Diesel, Nitro- or Epoxy resin thinning or abrasives, because they are not suitable to clean the
surfaces and damage them.
Attention when cleaning stickers. Clean always from the inside to the outside, so that the corners and edges do not
become detached.
Manutenzione
Le superfici protette devono essere pulite delicatamente con acqua e sapone concentrato o con un pulitore speciale. Le
superfici devono essere successivamente lavate immediatamente con acqua pulita e con un panno morbido. Per eliminare le
macchie dalle superfici vemiciate pulirle appena possibile con un panno morbido umido. Contro lo sporco persistente usare
detergenti concentrati. Pulire e asciugare come descritto sopra.
(Provare preventivamente il detergente in una parte nonvisibile)
Non usare benzina, gasolio, diluenti o abrasivi perch6 non sono adatti per la pulizia delle superfici che risulterebbero
irrimediabilmente danneggiate.
Attenzione durante la putizia di etichette e adesivi. Pulire sempre dall'interno verso I'esterno, in modo che gli angoli
non si stacchino.
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Ha He3atwemHow uecme!).
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Consignes g6n6rales d'entretien
Les surfaces revdtues se nettoient le mieux avec de I'eau savonneuse ir faible concentration ou un produit de nettoyage
sp6cial. Les surfaces traitees doivent 6tre ensuite lavdes avec de I'eau claire et frottdes avec un chiffon humide.
Essuyer ensuite si possible immddiatement les surfaces peintes avec un chiffon humide et doux pour 6viter les train6es.
En cas d'encrassement tenace, utilisez le produit de nettoyage non dilu6 sur les endroits correspondants, puis lavez ir I'eau
claire et sdchez comme d6crit ci-dessus.
(Essayez d'abord le produit de nettoyage sur un endroit peu visible !).
N'utilisez jamais
d'essence, de gazole, de diluants nitreux ou ir r6sine synth6tique, ni de produits abrasifs
;
ils ne sont
pas appropri6s pour le nettoyage des surfaces et peuvent endommager eelles-ci.
Attention lors du nettoyage d'autocollants. Proc6der toujours de I'int6rieur vers I'ext6rieur, pour que les bordures et
les coins ne se d6tachent pas.
Obecn6 pokyny k fdrZbE
Potaiend plochy lze distit slabE koncenfovanou mlidlovou vodou nebo speci6lnim disticim prostiedkem. OSetien6 plochy je
pak tfeba omlit distou vodou a otiit vlhkjm hadrem.
Na lakovanjch povrSich po vlhk6m odi5tEni pokud moZno ihned offete vltrlc,tm, mEklcjm hadfikem, abyste se vyhnuli
olcajtm.
V piipadE siln6ho znedi5t6ni pouZijte neledEnf disticl prostredek, a pak jej
omyjte distou vodort
jak je
uvedeno v'.iSe, a
osulte.
(Cistici prostiedek nejprve otestujte rn sbydm mistd!)
Nikdy nepouZivejte benzin, motorovou naftu, nitroroztoky nebo roztoky s umElou pryskylici, plip. abrazivnl
prostiedky, kter6 nejsou vhodn6 k IiStEni povrcht a mohou je po5kodiL
Pozor pii IiStEni n6lepet<. distEte vidy smErem ven, aby se neuvoliovaly rohy a okraje.
Indicaciones generales de conservaci6n
La mejor forma de limpiar superficies recubiertas es utilizando agua
jabonosa ligeramente concentrada o un limpiador
especial. Las superhcies tratadas deberian lavarse despuds con agua limpia y frotarse con un paflo htmedo.
A ser posible, tras la limpieza hrimeda, las superficies bamizadas deberian limpiarse ulterior e inmediatamente con un paflo
suave y hrimedo para evitar bordes.
En caso de suciedad persistente, el producto de limpieza deberia utilizarse con toda su pureza en los puntos correspondientes,
y relavarse con agua limpiay secarse despu6s como se describe arriba
(previamente, compruebe el producto de limpieza en un punto poco llamativo).
No utilice nunca gasolina, gasrileos, diluyentes para lacas nitrocelul6sicas o diluyentes de resinas sint6ticas, o agentes
abrasivos, pues dichos productos no son adecuados para la limpieza de las superficies y pueden daflarlas.
Precauci6n en la limpieza de etiquetas adhesivas. Limpiar siempre desde dentro hacia fuera, para que no se suelten
los extremos y bordes.
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Table of Contents
,.....4
General Description.
3 Overall Dimensions and Footprint Details
.............."""""' 6
4 Site Preparation Check
...............6
5 Accessing the Hydraulics Section........
...............7
6 Riser Flange Installation.
.........7
7 Fitting Dispenser to Is1and..............
.................... I
I Cable Entrance.....
...................... 8
I Fuel Riser Pipe Connection.
10 Terminalblocklocation..................
.............. 10
Commissioning Sequence
1l
General view of the ROSE-Computer system.
.........--..12
12.1 Legend of the LED's on the CPU-Board.
....12
13 Computer programming withjumper
..............."""""' 13
13.1 Meaning of the Display BoafiJumper....... """"""""
13
14.2 Over ground storage tank connection
......................". 14
14.4 Testing of the gas separator - Without switch-otf
(GPU -..
....""""' 15
Meter calibration..
,....16
Further settings and service functions....
........................ r6
11
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15
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19
Overview of the electrical interonnections..........
Ordering hstmctioru for Spare Parts........... ...............21
Hydraulics GPU 140 LIHF
Metering unit with valve
Panel overview
2l
22
23
24
25
26
27
Computer q/stem Rom with all components
Nozzle boot, hme mas0
@
nozdes and satellite vtrsion
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25
26
27
28
29
30
PumpingudtGPU 90;
Pumping unit GPU-140 UIIF
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I Read Me First......
Pure Diesel pumps .are not subject to the same explosion protection requirements as petrol dispensing pumps. The 94/9/EC
directive for equipment and protective systems for use in hazardous areas is not applied to these types of dispensers.
Approved only for Diesel fuel!
Risk of explosion by use with petrol fuels!
At attended self-service and attendant operated filling stations, the following devices should be installed:
l. At a location readily accessible for quick operation by an attendant at the control point - an Emergency Stop push button switch (or
switches) for switching off all fuel dispensers and other electrical equipment within the hazardous zone, with a prominent adjacent
notice :(e.g. FUEL PUMPS - EMERGENCY STOP
)
2. On the forecourt readily accessible to fire fighters but out of reach of the general public - an Emergency Switch which will isolate
all fuel dispensers and other electrical equipment within the hazardous zone, with a prominent
4djacent
notice: (e.g. PETROL
PUMPS - SWITCH OFF HERE).
Note: These switches should NOT tum off the forecourt lighting.
It is also recommended that for self-service filting stations a public address system for communicating with customers is installed.
Please refer to any national or local regulations for more details on the specific requirements with respect to petrol dispensing.
At unattended filling stations special safety provisions will be necessary. Please refer to any relevant national or local regulations that
may be in force.
Any dispensing areas of the forecourt should be adequately lit for safety purposes at all times of use. The illuminance at ground level
and the read-out level of displays should not be less than 100 lux.
Any
'Third
Party' self-service equipment used with this dispenser should comply with the requirements of the EC Machinery
Directive in respect of user friendly software between the operator and the control system.
DANGER FROM MOVING PARTS: The electrical power to this equipment must be removed prior to any installation or
maintenance work being carried out.
WARNING: THE UNIT BEING THE SUBJECT-MATTER OF THIS MANUAL SHALL BE INSTALLED AND
COMMISSIONED BY TRAINED PERSONNEL.
Trained personnel means people with the appropriate technical education and experience required to:
- carry out operations in areas accessible by technical assistance staff,
- be iware of the dangers involved in carrying out the operations, and be instructed about the measures required to minimise those
dangers
After any installation, maintenance work or switch-off by the air separator in the pumping unit, check for leaks on the hydraulic
circuitsl
When cleaning the GRP panels on your pump, always use a soft damp cloth, NEVER clean with dry cloth.
Only genuine Gilbarco parts should be used on this equipment.
All equipment connected to the Control, Data or Point of Sale terminals of this Dispenser must comply with SELV (Safety Extra
Low Voltage) requirements as defined in Standard EN60950.
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General Description
The Endura is a single product dispenser and it is capable of dispensing Diesel. Only the fuelled amount is shown on the display
without a price
-
therefore the dispenser is not calibratable and a commercial usage is not possible. The
dispenser can be supplied as a self-contained pumping unit or as part ofa pressure fed dispenser (STP)
installation.
The Endura can operate in 'Stand-Alone' mode or they can be used as part of a complete Self-Service
forecourt installation. They can communicate with many other approved Self-Service control console.
The dispenser are supplied as complete assemblies ready to be secured to the island and connected to the
Diesel supply pipes and the mains electrical supply cable. All internal connections, i.e. wiring and
hydraulics, are already assembled, in position and ready for installation.
High-Flow versions are available which can deliver up to 120 litres per minute. In combination with High-
and low flow are maximum two hoses possible.
2.L DispenserOrientation
The diagram shows the connection between the nozzles and the dispenser side. Pictured is dispenser side 1, the filter shows to the
right. For dispensers with two hoses, the nozzle one is always intended for a filling with 120 litres per minute.
2.2 Hose reach
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Overall Dimensions and Footprint Details
Subframe:
141 025 451
4 Site Preparation Check
Prior to the installation of any Gitbarco dispensing equipment, it is recommended that a subframe or a pre-fabricated island be
installed according to the information contained in the appropriate Site Preparation Data Pack. It is the responsibility of the
installation engineer to ensure that the installation complies with the following specifications.. .
.
The subframe must be installed so that the top face of the frame is level with or above the finished surface of the island.
.
The subframe must not be more than Zmm above the finished level of the island.
.
The subframe must be set square and level within the island.
.
The subframe must be sealed to the island surface using a water and fuel resistant compound.
.
There must be a fall ofat least 50, on the surface ofthe island between the dispenser and the outer edge.
.
Ensure the foundation bolt sockets are clear of cement, grit or any other blockage.
.
Sufficient time must be allowed for the cement to set fully before attempting to install the dispensing equipment.
.
Ensure that all the necessary electrical cables are installed and they comply with the national standards.
.
Ensure that all the equipment, including installation kits and equipment needed to carry out the installation, have been
delivered and are correct and suitable for the installation.
.
Ensure that the documentation for all the equipment is available and is fully understood.
.
Ensure that the mains supply of electricity is isolated from all the forecourt equipment other than that which is to be used
for the installation itself.
.
Heavy duty lifting equipment is available where necessary.
.
All the module (hydraulic) panels are removed and stored in a safe place to avoid damage.
Bottom of
dispenser
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5 Accessing the Hydraulics Section
IMPORTANT
Ensure the Mains
Isolator is switched OFF
and locked in the off
position before
removing any panels
from the dispenser. If
the terminal block cover
has been removed,
ensure that the mains
supply is not reinstated
until the terminal block
cover has been replaced.
6 Riser Flange Installation
Before fitting the flange to the Riser Pipe, fit the rubber Drip Guard supplied with the dispenser. The Drip guard should be stretched
over the pipe to stop any leaking fuel running down the riser pipe and into the ground. It re-directs fuel away from the riser and into
the base of the dispenser)
The Product Riser flange is an oval flange designed either in the case of steel underground pipework to have an internal thread such
that it can be directly screwed onto the riser pipe or in the case of non-steel pipework have an extemal thread such that it can be
directly screwed into a non-steel pipe adapter.
(Note: Only the steel riser version is shown here, the type supplied will be dependent on the dispenser sales order and installation
requirements detailed within it)
Using a suitable thread sealant place the flange on the pipe/adapter and tighten it ensuring that the flange is left in the orientation
shown in the diagram below.
>
-=------^
Riser Flange
Drip
Guard
Top View of dispenser base showing
correct orientation of Riser Flange
Side 2
Note: It is important that
the flanges are fitted in
the correct orientation
(aligndwiththe lower
flange) and that the top
face ofeach flange is at
the correct height from
the top of the sub frame.
Refer to Riser Pipe
Installiation Datasheet
for correct dimensions.
Riser Flange
Drip
(Option)
Riser Pipe
(Steel)
Guard
(Option)
Riser Pipe
(Plastic)
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Remove the screw below the
hydraulics panel. Push the panel
up and tlp it foMards. To avoid
damages, store it in a save place.
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7 Fitting Dispenser to Island
With the dispenser suspended above the sub frame, feed the AC and DC
cables through the aperture of the base plate. As the dispenser is lowered
onto the sub frame, ensure that the riser flanges are aligned conectly and
are not damaged by the dispenser base plate and the electrical cables are
not'trapped' under the dispenser.
Align the bolt holes of the dispenser over the holes on the sub frame.
Place a washer over each foundation bolt hole and insert the foundation
bolts, leave loose until the fuel supply and Vapour recovery pipes (where
used) have been connected.
Check that the drip guards fitted to the fuel and vapour riser pipes are
above the dispenser base pan and sit neatly over the riser pipe entry holes.
Once the hydraulics is connected and the module is in position tighten the
foundation bols to secure the dispenser frame to the island.
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8 Cable Entrance
Cable feedthrough
You need 4 foundation bolts
for all pump types!
Foundation
bolt
\A/asher
-
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Fuel Riser Pipe Connection
Flexible Riser
Connector
Riser Flange
Gasket
Riser Flange
Drip
Guard
(Option)
Installation with filter bowl:
1. Ensure the riser flange is clean then place the gasket on its top
surface
2. Ensure the flexible riser connector flange surfaces are clean, and
then place the second gasket on the top surface.
3. Carefully slide the flexible riser connector between the top of
the riser flange gasket and the bottom of the filter bowl, taking care
not to dislodge or damage the gaskets.
4. WARNING: The flange bolts must be tightened up
EVENLY DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Distortion of the flanges
will allow air penetration.
5. Align the holes in the bottom flange of the flexible riser, the
gasket and the riser flange. This may require the riser flange to be
rotated on the riser (preferably
tightened). Bolt these three items
together using the M10 fixings supplied in the installation kit,
again taking care to tighten up evenly and to not over tighten.
6. Attention: Only original Gilbarco installation-kits should be
used for filter assembling. Torque higher than 20Nm can
deskoy the filter housing.
The screw on pressure filters should be changed during
maintenance within an absolute maximum operational life of 2
years on any dispenser.
Riser Flange
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Riser Pipe
Note: Ensure that any unused Riser pipe
positions are blanked off using the blanking Drip
Guards either supplied in the installation kit or
already fitted to the dispenser. They are installed
by placing them over the riser aperture in the
base of the dispenser and applying pressure in
the centre until they snap into position.
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10 Terminal block location
Each dispenser needs to be wired to the mains electricity supply and, where required to the kiosk based equipment via one or more
data cables. AII other internal connections are pre-wired at the factory.
The mains supply and data cables are wired to the terminal blocks, located in the hydraulics area as shown. Remove the side panel on
side 2 to gain access to the terminal block. Refer to the wiring diagram of the dispenser for the exact wiring details.
Connection
pulse outpuU
2VUire directly
on the CPU board
Cover for
terminal block
Cable entry
IMPORTAM
Covers of terminal blocks should under no circumstances be removed while the mains
isolator is in the ON position. The mains isolator for the required dispenser should
be switched OFF and'Locked out'prior to remove the cover of the terminal block. Similarly
dispensers should never be operated with removed covers of the terminal blocks.
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11 CommissioningSequence
l. Ensure that all unused Riser positions are plugged with the blank Drip Guards (rigid plastic) supplied with the dispenser. These are
simply placed over the aperture and pushed down.
2 Check for leaks on the hydraulic circuits and ensure the Nozzle Safe-Break couplings
(option) on the hoses have not been
separated.
IMPORTANT:
SAFE-BREAK COUPLINGS SHOULD ONLY BE RE-CONNECTED BY
SUITABLY TRAINED & OUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
3. Ensure any unused Junction
Box entries are plugged and all terminal screws
Ooth
used and unused) are fully tightened down.
4. Replace alljunction box lids and secure firmly to the Junction
Boxes, ensuring spring/anti-shake washers are fitted beneath the
bolt heads.
5. If the dispenser is of the three phase type the motor rotation should now be checked. Remove the
belts from the motors before applying power to the pump (damage to the pump units may occur if
the motors rotate in the wrong direction). If the motors do not turn in the correct direction, isolate
the dispenser electrical supply and lock out before swapping the connections for phases 2 & 3 in the
AC junction box.
6. Check the rotation once more before replacing the belts. The correct V-belt tension is present when the
belt can be pushed through for l0-15 mm.
7. Run the dispenser and then carry out a visual check for leaks on the hydraulic circui8..
8. Refit all ofthe side panels on the dispenser
9. Check the calibration during a 20 litre tanking with a prover can by maximum flow rate. The error rate must be less than 0,5%o.
The dispenser should now be calibrated following the standard calibration procedures if necessary, and programmed as described
chapter 15.
WARNING
The dispenser should never be run with the terminal block covers removed.
ALWAYS Isolate and 'Lock out' the dispenser before any work contmences.
Direction of rotation I
GPU
-:r
,q
clockwise
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12 General view of the ROSE-Computer system
Programming Calibration 2-Wire
Display Bus switches address
jumper
Prop. valve
fuse
Electrom. counter
AC Out
fuse
Motor
fuse
Contlol valve
k
For Stand Alone a
jumper between AUTH- and GND is required.
Additional the pin 1+2 of
jumper
J12 for the authorize must be connected.
L2.1 Legend of the LED's on the CPU-Board
LED 1@- TW TXD (2-Wire Interface send status)
LED 2 @- TW RXD (2-Wire Interface receive status)
LED 3a- TW reverse polarity (+ and
-
interchanged)
LED 4@- SIP pulser
LED 5e- Heartbeat (flash once per second)
LED 6e- Proportional valve I
LED 7a- Proportional valve 2
LED 8'- 5V DC CPU
LED 9a- 5 V DC Pulser
Multi wire interfa#
Jumper for*
authorize
24VDC (Power supply)
230VAC (Power supply)
230VAC (Supply)
Motor (3 Phase)
Motor (1 Phase)
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13 Computer programming withjumper
1 iitiil Iii*ilsi $ff :,::iiii:l::ii.ir,{ir?;
Impcr{}iiliili
::..fPU:l.3(ietili:limi :
iiLiii!:ilrii
iiiiii
Two Wire/ Pulse interface J6 Pulse interface Two Wire
Two Wire G-stellie t7 S-srellis XXX.>fi0 6-stellis XXXX.:o<
Two Wire fuelling point J8-J1l
if
J6 On
fiE ;t$ .I,lff-:== ?:r,.1[,1 |lil,li,*ji,;;fir-Ilint.,fi'o}lEE
i ti,'i|ti.
off off off On I
off off On off 2
off off On On 3
off On off off 4
off On off On 5
off On On off 6
off On On On 7
On off off off 8
On off off On I
On off On off 10
On off On On 11
On On off off L2
On On off On l3
On On On off t4
On On On ON l5
off off off off 16
Scale factor of the pulse interface J8.J9
if
J6 off
:I* iNriffi\El!i .ii,i:S ldlfrdEtbf=,.,::7i
off off 100 / Iitre
off On 50 / Iitre
On off 10 / litre
On On 5 / litre
Pulse format of the pulse interface Jro-Jl
l
if
J6 Off
it{.qlrill llil$;iri ,i.ill{i}Eing/il
off off Ouadrature
On off Ouadrature
off On Comolementarv
On On Complementary
STP delav l2-t3 No delay 5 seconds
Volume allocation limit J4.J5
ii:r:Id::r:::::.:.i:= Sltrirlliiill'ri:::+..===== ffi'
off off As set in EEPROM
On off 20line
off On 50 lite
On On 200 litre
Cold start J1 Normal operation Cold start with additional press of
the service switch. ( during
oassive state. no refuelline)
13.1 Meaning of the Display Board Jumper
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,[I.ffitlil,tii;;
DoUComma I5 Comma Dot
Address settins 11.-4
14 Putting into operation
The dispenser must be put into operation and tested by a suitably qualified person in compliance with all the legal requiremenb and
safetlr regulations applicable in the country concemed.
When the MPD leaves our works, it has already undergone function checks and a trial run. It is therefore ready fqr use, and can be
put into operation immediately after on-site installation and the legally required tests have been performed.
1. Switch on dispenser in office.
2 .Open the hydraulics housing to get access to the computer.
3. Set dispensers that are run online to "Standalone". This can be done with thejumper on the computer board.
4. Deaerate the dispenser hydraulics:
Caution! Have suitable receptacles ready to catch fuel. - The discharge offuel is possible before deaeration procedure by the
existing test gasoline (calibrating fluid).
The fuel delivered during deaeration may contain calibration fluid residues and preservatives, and is therefore not suitable
for use in vehicles.
Every hydraulic module is deaerated in 4 basic phases:
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In the first phase, the pumping unit sucks in air only. In the second phase, the pumping unit_is filled with fuel. 1,2 or even more
switch-off by the air separatoi in the pumping unitlre likely. Tl.re GPU pump doesn't switch up during the deaeration phase.It
continues tqrun, until the deaeration is final. In th6 third phase, which continues on from the second phase without a break after the
pumping unit has been deaerated, the C+Meter, the pipes and the hose of the side lare deaetated.
in the firth phase, the piston meter, the pipes and the hose of the same hydraulic module are deaerated, but on side 2.
Begin by deaerating fuelling point 1 on side 1:
a) Lift nozzle, insert the ppout in the neck of the receptacle. Do not open yet.
b) The air that has beenTtucked in is evacuated visibly and audibly via the vent pipe of the pumping unit
c) The pumping unit ndw gradually fills up with fuel, which means that the air separator now starts functioning.
Because of the large volume of vapour, the switching mechanism in the air separator shuts times down the pumping unit one or more
d) When the motor shuts down, replace rozzle in support, lift it again after 15 - 20 seconds and continue
repeating the deaeration procedure described in c) until the pump block switching mechanism is no longer triggered.
e)-Open the nozzle, atfirit cautiously and then more and more, and dispense fuel until it is flowing from the nozzle in a smooth jet.
f) Diipense approx. 5 litres to flush out calibration fluid residues and preservatives (unsalable, see above.).
g) Close nozzle md replace in support.
h) Lift nozzle of the opposite fuelling point in the same hydraulic module - and deaerate as described in a, e to g.
5. Check the hydraulic modules for tightness.
6. Check the automatic switch-off in the nozzles.
14.1 Changing the filter elements
Dirty filter elements impair pumping performance. Change pressure filters I month after installation. Afterwards the pressure filter
elements must be exchanged every two years. We recommend changing the pressure and suction filters each year
14.2 Over ground storage tank connectio
The Endura can be used in filting systems with overground storage tanks. During the assembly all valid safety- and environment
regulations must be observed.
r The retum line must be connected to the vent pipe connection (s. fig.).
. The installation of the suction pipe must be made with lift protection and pressure relief valve back to the tank.
. The maximum height of the retum pipe to the tank shall not exceed 4 metres.
. The installation ofsuction and return line must be durable leak-proof.
. The return pipe nominal diameter must be at least DNIO. (Material proposal: steel pipe)
. The installation may only occur on sealed surfaces.
r The maximum temperature of the supplied fuel shall not
exceed+50'C.
. The installation must be carried out by a specialised company
and are tested annually.
14.3 Operation
l. Depending on the mode of operation:
a) 'Online' Release dispenser via console or operate automat
b)'Standalone' -
2. Lift nozzle for desired fuel from support:
a) all oilrer fuelling points on the dispenser side are locked
b) the amount, volume and unit price displays are zeroed after a segment self-check
c) the magnetic valve opens andthe pumping unit starts running (with approx. 3 - 6 seconds delay after nozzle is lifted)
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3. Filling:
a) Insert the nozzle pipe deep into the mouth of the tank and
position the nozzle so that it cannot slip out (fig. A)
b) Squeeze the trigger of the nozzle and leave it in place!
Notes: If the nozzle is positioned horizontally, the safety ball
valve mechanism may prevent the nozzle from opening
(fig. B).The nozzle should be lifted up in tiis case (fig. C)-
Tanks with a badly positioned mouth or pocr ventilation can
cause the nozzle to switch offprematurdy or fuel to be spilled.
In these cases, the filling speed should be reduced by setting
the nozzle trigger to position 2 or 1.
In the case of self-seruice operations using preselection and./or -cash automats, it is not
possible to set the nozzle for safely
reasons; the nozzle trigger must be squeezed constantly.
c) Terminate filling by activating the nozzle trigger
Notes: The automatic nozle pipe clores independently zts soon
as the maximum fuel level ofthe tank has been reached.
4. Drawing thenozzle out of the mouth of the tank and rehrrn it to the support on the petrol
pump.
a) the magnetic valve closed
b) the conveyor system switches off, provided that filling is not taking place at the other lane for the same hydraulic module
c) next operation see above 1. a, b
L4.4 Testing of the gas separator - Without switch-off (GPLD
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15 Meter calibration
The CPU board has 2 calibration switches
(SW2
=calibrate
switch l=hydraulics 1; SW3
=
calibrate switch 2 = hydraulics 2). If one
of this switches open at start of refuelling, a calibration refuelling will start. That means the proportional valve and, if available, the
control valve of hydraulics I or 2 will open.
If the calibration switch 2 open, but the hydraulics 2 is not available (for example by dispenser with one hose), the not available
hydraulics will switches by the CPU board and the error message 141 is shown on display.
If both switches are open, the hydraulics I will be used. With ultra-high flow pumps (140 litres), two meters are used parallel. In this
case, two calibrations refuelling must be performed (refuelling 1 with open calibration switch 1 and refuelling 2 with open calibration
switch 2).
For a calibration refuelling the prover can has filled exactly up to the line (e.g. 20 litres). Following prover can measures are
allowed: 5, 10, 20 and 50 litres
Calibration procedure:
o Provide an adequate prover can
. Open the calibration switch
o Remove the nozzle
r Fill the prover can exactly up to the line
.
Replace the nozzle
.
Close the calibration switch
. Perform a test refuelling
Calibration- and test refuelling's will be added to the totals!
16 Further settings and service functions
The following table shows an overview of all available service functions:
,i..Frunc0oxiii,; Steo'.1 s: F'.s.:ghansts ';,,,,i:'.i TO:.fi3ft
View flow rate L/min Press service switch Press service switch
View Total Kev switch on Kev switch off
View software version,
checksum and calibration factor
Press service switch Wait for timeout or
remove nozzle
View or set volume allocation
limit
Key switch on Remove nozzle Remove nozzle Key switch off
View or set no-flow timeout Kev switch on Press service switch Press service switch Kev switch off
View or set transaction timeout Kev switch on Press service switch Remove nozzle Kev switch off
View enor memory Press service switch Press service switch Wait for timeout or
remove nozzle
Cold start reset Plus cold start iumoer Press service switch
(automatic)
16.1 View flow rate in L/min
If the service switch pressed during refuelling, the display changes to show the flow rate in litres per minute:
Display:
This meaning, the fuel is delivered with a flow rate of 39 litres per minute.
Pressing the iervice switch again toggles back to the normal volume disptay. Otherwise the display changes if the nozzle was hanged
back.
16.2 View total
If the key switch is operated during passive state of the dispenser, the display changes to show the volume total. This is displayed in
an alternating view:
First display: second display:
This meaning, that 123456,89 litres was delivered.
The display continues until the key switch is switched off, then the normal display mode returns.
Removing-the nozzle during total view allow to change the volume allocation. Condition therefore is that the jumper
J4
+ 5 are not
connected.
Pressing the service switch during displayed total, change to the view and settings for the no-flow and transaction timeouts.
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16.3 View software and checksum
If the service switch is operated during passive state of the dispenser, the display changes to show the software and checkum with
alternating displays:
First display:
m'mE]l Second dispray:
lHEESEill
This meaning, that the software-version 6140.01.01 with checksum FF34H is present. The 61 is not shown on dis-play, because this
value is always
"61".
The checksum on the second display ends always with
"H", as differentiating factor to the first display.
This function will be end with operate the nozzle or after 20 seconds automatically. If the service switch pressed again, the display
shows the error memory.
16.4 Set volume allocation limit
If the nozzle removed during the volume total is displayed (key switch is on), the dispenser change to volume allocation limit
programming. This will only works, if the jumper
J4+5 are not connected. Otherwise the jumper setting overrides the programming.
Witir tire first removing of the nozzle, the display changes to the current value for the volume allocation limit.
Display:
This meaning, that a volume of 100 lires is set
Each additional removing of the nozzle let the limit jump to the next defined step. These values are possible: 5, 10, 15, 20,25,30, 40,
50, 60, 75, 100, 150, 200,250,300, 400, 500, 700 and 900. After the limit 900, the display toggled back to the value 5. The selected
value is set. Condition therefore is that the jumper is not connected. If the key switch is off, the display changes in the standard view.
The cold start default is 100.
16.5 Set transaction and flow timeout
If the service switch is operated during the volume total is displayed
(key switch is on), the dispenser change to timeout
programming.
First display:
lffifEill Seconddisplay:
Iffi
This meaning, that a maximum transaction time of
"F" (Filt Timeout) 180 seconds, and a maximum transaction Ume without pulses
of 30 seconds
"nF" (No-Flow Timeout) is set.
Each additional press on the service switch let the transaction time without pulses jump to the next defined step. These values in
seconds are posslble: 20, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90 and 120. After the timit 120, the display toggled back to the value 20. The cold start
default is 30.
Each additional removing of the nozzle let the transaction time jump to the next defined step. These values in seconds are possible:
60, 90, 120, 180, 300, 450, 600, 900, 1200 and 1500. After the limit 1500, the display toggled back to the value 60. The cold start
default is 180 (3 minutes).
The selected value is set. If the key switch is ofl the display changes in the standard view.
16.6 View errors in buffer
With pressed service switch during the software- and checksum view (key switch is offl, the dispenser change to the error buffer
view.
Firstdisplay:
lffil
second disptay:
lEffillFlEl
This meaning that buffer 0 (Number of buffer are 0-9, 0 is the last error) the error code
"E" (Enor) 102 is saved, and since the enor is
occurred 123 refuels take place.
The enor buffer contains the last l0 occurred errors. A press on the service switch show the next elror message. This function will be
end with operate the rozzle or after 20 seconds automatically.
If an error occurs during a refueling, you will get following alternating display:
First display:
Ifi.-.it--.-A
Second display:
I='"l tttE
This meaning that an error code
"E"
@rror)
160 has occurred, and the current transaction volume is 12,36 litre.
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. 16.7 Cold start
A cold start will be performed during passive state of the dispenser. The
"cold
startjumper" must be connected and then the service
switch is pressed. A cold start will be also performed automatically if the software detects a new release (an intemal comparison
takes place).
The cold start will reset all the progammable parameters to their defaults. All the configurable options will be set to the detected
configuration based on the actual connected hardware andjumper settings.
.
Saved version number is set to the actual software release.
r The calibration factors are set to 0, the dispenser must be recalibrated.
r The dispenser configuration is set in accordance to the connected components.
.
The TW and MW configuration is set according the connectedjumper.
. The STP delay, volume decimal point and dot/comma allocations will be set. The volume decimal point will also set
without using drsplays.
r The volume allocaton limit is set to 100 lihes in case that nojumper is connected.
o The no flow timeout will be set to 30 seconds.
.
The maximum transaction timeout will be set to 180 seconds (3 minutes).
o The enor buffer is set to null.
o The last refuelling will be cleared.
. The volume total will be set to null.
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Nozzle removell
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TW break in transaction
Intemal controller
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fg Ordering Instructions for Spare Parts
l. First of all find out the page-no. of the spare part &awing/illustration and the spare part list in the
table of contents.
2. Now find the Item-No. of the spare part in the spare part drawing/illustration.
3. In the spare part lists you find the description, article-no. and number ofpieces under the Item
number (if necessary with sub-item).
The number of pieces for bolts, screws, linking elements and other accessories refer to one piece of
the preceding sub-assembly.
Pay attention to the corresponding notes.
4. Spare part order should contain the following information:
Part No.
Description
(if necessary, colour etc.)
Number of quantity (Qty)
Type, year ofconstuction and serial number ofthe petol pump
19.1 Typekey
Examples:
Endura
Endura C DK UHF 120140
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II
C
=
C+ Meter-----------_-l
DK
=
Pumping unit with Diesel
DP
=
Submerged turbine pump
UHF
=
Ultra High Flow
Actual power output l?0Umin
Added delivery system, acfiral
SAI
=
Satellite
power output 40llmin
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lS.2 Type overview
Endura 12070 Umin
Endura 120/40 Umin
Endura 70/40 Umin
DK
Endura 120 Umin
Endum 70 Umin
Endura 40 Umin
Endura satellite
All versions are also available without hose mast!
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20 Hydraulics GPU 90
Part No. Description Item Qty Part No. Description
1
2
2.1
1 140 939 265
'l
,.40 941 515
1 140 869 735
1 t40 599
/t46
't 140 863 102
1 14',1 011 7',12
1 141 011 732
1 140823372
1 1408577il
1 140 653 313
't 't41 0't1762
G+Meter, routine tested/MlD
Pumping unit GPU 90, routine
tested/MlD
Pumping unit GPU 90, routine
tested/MlD, exchange
V-belt l3 x 686 forthree phase
Motor 0,75kW
Three phase motor 400V/0,75 kW
with belt pulley and carrier
Pipe cpl. with elbow, left
Pipe cpl. with elbow, right
Filter DN50 cpl.
Cable feedthrough
Cover for flex pipe feedthrough
DN50
Venting pipe for GPU 90
*1
r}1
140 909 486
140 863 832
Coil24 V for prop.-valve
Proportional valve cpl., without
coil
Pulser 1 141 032 895
*
(Not shown in the drawing!)
5
5.1
6
7
8
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2l Hydraulics GPU 140 UHF
Item Qty Part No. Description Part No. Description
1
2
3
3.'t
1 141 008 832
'l
,.41 006 202
1 140941 525
1 140 904 945
1 140 943 656
't 't40 903 822
Pipe with 120 L valve
Pipe GPUi4O to meGring unit
Pumping unit GPU 140,
routine tested/MlD
Pumping unit GPU 140, routine
tested/MlD, exchange
V-belt for UHF motor
Three phase motor 400V/'l,5 kW
with belt pulley and carrier
6
7
8
9
1 140 939 265 C+Meter, routine tested/MlD
1 140 823 372 Filter DN50 cpl.
1 141 008 842 Pipe with 40 L valve
'l '141 006 372 Venting pipe GPU 140
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22 Metering unit with valve
Torque
Item Oty Part No. Description Item Part No. Description
'l 14O 863 832 Proportional valve cpl., without coil
1 'l4O 914 705 Sealing kit for metering unit and
manifold:
O-Ring 19x 1,5
O-Ring 52 x 2,5
O-Ring 22 x 2,5
O-Ring 25 x 1,5
O-Ring 30 x 3,5
O-Ring 40 x 3,5
140 939 265 C+Meter, routine tested/MlD
140 939 275 C+Meter, routine tested/MlD, cold
temperature
91
9.1 1
2a
2b
2c
2d
2e
2f
3
4
5
a
b
c
6
7
8
2
2
2
1
2
2
1 140 804 666 Proportional valve
1 140 909 506 Coil 24Vfor proportional valve
Filter element for Diesel and Petrol:
(For Bio-Diesel on request possible)
1 140 632746 G 1 %" x 140 lg, 30pm for Diesel
1 140 635 126 G 1%" x 200 lg, 30pm for Diesel - HS
1 140 659 893 Cap (For use without pressure filter)
(For C+Meter, the pressure fiher is available as an
option!)
1 140 778 656 Strainer insert
'l 'l4O 863 781 Manifold housing
1 140 620 186 Check valve
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23 Panel overview
Item Qty Part No. Part No. Description
1 141 005 327
1 '.t4'.t 005 347
1 '.141 019 147
Cover,
powder coated
Fronurcar panel with cutout for
Display, powder coated
FronUrear panel blind, powder
coated
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24 Computer system Rose with all components
Part No. Description
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
141 033 795
t4l 033 805
141 001 975
r4r 015756
CPU Board Rose, routine tested
Display, routine tested
Switching power supply, 24V n $N
Totalizer
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25 Nozzle boot, hose mast, hoses, nozzles and satellite version
Item Qty Part No. Description
1 141 015762
1 140756892
1 140756912
1 141 015 014
1 140 017 510
1 140432584
1 141 024892
Hose mast
Nozle boot with fixing screw:
Nozzle boot with lock
Nozzle boot without lock
Magnet switch
Hose bracket
Connection elbow 1"
Pipe with screw
joint for satellite
vercion
Part No. Description
Following a standard selecfion of available hoses and nozzle,
other types on request possible.
* Hoses for Diesel:
a 1 140920 225 Slimline2, with antiking sleeve,
black, LT21x3,3m long
b 1 140 977 946 Slimline2, with antiking sleeve,
black, LT2'lxSm long
(The hoses are not demountable!)
+ Nozles for Diesel:
a 1 140 840 266 AIA25.3M
b 1 140919506 ZVA2H3M
*
(Not shown in the drawing!)
Item
,l
2
a
b
3
4
5
6
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Item Qty Part No. Description Part No. Description
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't40 869 725
140 837 il6
't 140 837 656
1 140 837 666
140 837 636 Master seal kit, contains positions
A1-A5
140 823 372 Filter DN50 cpl. for pumping unit
GPU
140 8tB 946 Filter element 70p
140 9'14 735 Seal kit for filter DN 50
O-Ring 114 x 4
O-Ring 75 x 3
Valve disk
O-Ring 76 x 4
Sealing ring 13,5 x 18 x 1
* 'l 140 94'l 515 Pumping unit GPU 90, routine
tested/MlD
+ 'l 140 869 735 Pumping unit GPU 90, routine
testedrMlD, exchange
*
(Not shown in the drawing!)
Blade kit, contains ten blades
Lip seal kit, contains positions Cl
andC2
Float kit, contains positions
D1.D3
lnlet check valve kit, with O-ring
and check valve assembly (not shown
in the drawing)
4
5
5a
5b
5c
5d
5e
140 837 676 Overflow check valve kit, with air
valve housing, gasket, valve, float and
retaining ring (not shown in the
drawing)
140837 686 Rotor kit, contains rotor, shaft and
blades
140 830 186 Belt pulley
140830216 Bypassvalve
1
,|
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Item Qty Part No. Description
'l 'i.40
904 856 Master seal kit, contains positions
A1-A5
Item Qty Parl No. Description
140 823 372 Filter DN50 cpl. for pumping unit
GPU
140 818 946 Filter element 70U
140 914 735 Seal kit for filter DN 50
O-Ring 114 x 4
O-Ring 75 x 3
Valve disk
O-Ring 76 x 4
Sealing ring 13,5 x 18 x 1
140 941 525 Pumping unit GPU 140
,routine
tested/MlD
140 904 945 Pumping unit GPU 140, routine
tested/MlD, exchange
*
(Not shown in the drawing!)
140 904 866
140 904 876
1 140904 886
1 140904 916
1 140 904 896
1
'140
904 906
Blade kit, contains ten blades
Lip seal kit, contains positions C1
and C2
Float kit, contains positions
D1-D3
lnlet check valve kit, with O-ring
and check valve assembly (not shown
in the drawing)
Overflow check valve kit, with air
valve housing, gasket, valve, float and
retaining ring (not shown in the
drawing)
Rotor kit, contains rotor, shaft and
1
1
4
5
5a
5b
5c
5d
5e
*
*
blades
140 904 926 Belt pulley
140 904 936 Bypass valve
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Gilbarco@
Special conditions from ATEX-
and declarations of conformity
1) PTB 00 ATEX3I19 X
Cable Gland Types 816l//5 andS16l/6
2) PTB 99 ATEX 3109 U
Screwless terminal block 280
3) DEMKO 01 ATEX 130640 X
Incremental Encoder, Type ME 0l-02
4) PTB oo ATEX 1093 X
Position switch 07-25. l-...i...
5) PTB 98 ATEX 3129 U
Screwless terminal 264-...
6) PTB 98 ATEX 3125 U
Screwless termnal 262-...
0
KEMA00ATEX LttZX
Reed Sensor Tlpe MKB-1...BV...
8) DEMKO 01ATEX 130644 X
Elektronic Pulse Generator, Tlpe 01-08 d
9) DEMKO ol ATEX 13064r X
Electronic Pulse Generator 01-09
10) srRA 00 ATEX 2146X
IS Interface 8T606914 -
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&Nfl01267
11) KEMA02ATEX 1288X
Electromagnetic switch MKR 13X
12) PTB 03ATEX 3060X
Three-phase motor D313 K501...
13) PTB 03 ATE)( 40s0 X
Vacuum pump GR 125
14) PTB 02 ATEX 2L2gX
Panel-mounted illuminated push-button, type
8018/3...
15) PTB 02 ATEX 2L3rX
Panel-mounted indicator light
8013t3.2-..-/3.3-..
16) PTB 02 ATEX 1057 X
Panel-mounting push-buttoq types 8003/1. I
and 8003/1.3...
17) DMT 02 ATEX E 047 X
Screwed cable gland HSK-K-Ex 129*...
18) PTB 02 ATEX losl X
Miniature limit switch, type 806412...
19) PTB 00 ATEX ?LzgX
Magnet coil ACl0
20) PTB 99 ATEX 4002X
Vapour recovery pumps 8012 GR5 ...
21) PTB 01 ATEX 3335 X
Three-phase motors 1M..08.-...
24PTB 01 ATEX 3336 X
Three-phase motors 1M..09.-...
23) PTB 01 ATEX 3303 X
Three-phase motors I ETEEA-80-...
24) PTB 03 ATEX 2018 X
Valve magnet 0515... & 1215...
49) CESI 03 ATEX 167 X
Pulse generator for measure, type Pulser
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Omitted, see 2nd supplement
26) LCIE 0Z ATEX 6022X
Electrovalve type ...tH228... or ...[H2...
2A CESI 03 ATEX 023 X
RAEL Motori Elettrici S.r.l.
28) DEMKO 04 ATEX 137m8 X
Magnetic Encoder A./S frim Ot-O:
29) DMT 99 ATEX E 0r5 X
Measuring system, type Promass
30) PTB 03 ATEX 2095 X
Magnets, types K05932. .., K05924...,
K5927...ard K05935
31) PTB 00 ATEX 2049 X
SN sensors, types NJ... and SJ
32) PTB 03 ATEX 2130 X
Hydraulic controller, type EC 2000-HC
33) PTB 03 ATEX 2131 X
Motor controller EC 2000-MOMO
34) BVS 95.D.2019 X
Secatec electom. switch, type MKRI3X
35) DEMKO 0l ATEX 131007X
Shaft Encoder, type 0l-08ia
36) DEMKO 01 ATEX 130643 X
Shaft Encoder, type 0l-08ib
37) DEMKO 01ATEX 130642 X
Incremental Encoder, type 02-07
38) KEMA 99 ATEX 6971 X
Cable and lead enty fittings
39) PTB 04 ATEX 1087 X
Cable and lead entry fittings, type DQM
40) PTB 00 ATEX 1092 X
Circuit module, type 07 -3323-3...1 ...
41) KEMA 02 ATEX 1248 X
Secatec electromasetic switch
MKFIgXSAKX...
42) PTB 03 ATD( 5014 X
Solenoid valves, vapour recovery
641/2$2/6013t6022
43) IBEXU 0l ATEX 1007 X
Position switch type 07 -2511-....1...
44) PTB 02 ATEX 2094 X
Electrom. valve contol module, type 6..-
45) SIRA 03 ATEX 2526 X
IS Pulser type BR 405799-**
46) ZELM 01 ATEX 0060 X
Screwed cable glands,
O?e
EURO-TOP X...
44 KEMA 97 ATEX 4677 U
Feed-tfuough-protective conductor-modular
terminals and double terminals
48) DMT 02 ATEX E 195 X
Switching amplifier, type 91 70l*0-*
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Screwed cable glands, type EIIRO-TOP X
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Special conditions from ATEX-
and declarations of conformity
sl) BAS 98 ATEX 2167 X
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52) SrRA 03 ATEX 9487 U --r
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Fuel Dispenser Nozzles Types ZvA
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Slimline,
ZVA Slimline 2, ZY A 200G\ZY 425
53) SrRA 0l ATEX 9035 X
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SK700 Liquid Fuel Dispensers LPG / E85
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Ethanol
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SIRA 03 ATD( 9488 U
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Safe-Breaks Types
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SSB I6.SSB25,PSB16,CSB2I
s0 rW os ATEX z9o5 x
Eltomatic Incremental Encoder type ME 0l-
04
56) SIRA 05 ATEX 23r2X
Intrinsically Safe Hub Type M06205
57) SIRA05 ATEX mlr X
lntrinsically Safe Type N4:06202
58) SIRA 05 ATEX 2313 X
Intrinsically Safe Pulser Tlpe M03127
59) PTB 02 ATEX 2173X
Solenoid valves, Type 7...
60) LOM 0r ATEX 2038 X
Screwed cable glands, type PCE
6l) SIRA 07 ATEX 5107 X
Solenoid valves, DVI060P
62) PTB os ATEX 4007
Fuel vapour recovery pumps, types 8012
GR5...
63) KEMA oZ ATEX 1218X
IMI Valve Actuator Series 80...
64) PTB os ATEX 2095X
GSR Magnets, types K05932. ., K05927 ....
65) SIRA 02 ATEX 1057X
Cable Glands the A2F, A2FRC, A3F,A4E...
66) SrRA 08 ATEX 2009X
ATC Hub M07876
67) INERTS 08 ATEX 0019 X
RAEL Motor Tlpe 90....
68) BAS 98 ATEX 2168 X
A type ASCO EM6 SOLENOID
69) PTB 01 ATEX 2203X
Optoelectronic sensors OCS 2000...
ocr 300
70) KEMA 05 ATEX1206 X
MEDER electronic reed Sensor
l\4K25 -l A7 5-,-46, I C90F-5000W. . .
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71) LCIE 02 ATEX 6023 X
Electro valve type :.../49... or ...N2...
72)PTB 03 ATEX 2086 X
Electro valve type : 0518 and 1218
73) PTB 05 ATEX 2050 X
Electro valve type : 14C80 and 14480
74) BVS 03 ATEX E 163 X
Transmitter type 2500
75) SIRA 06 ATEX 1097 X
Cable Glands Types A2F, A2E...
76) SrRA 09 ATEX 2289X
CNG/Combi Hub
74 IBEXU05 ATEX 1154 U
End termination for parallel heaters
7S) TwIT ll ATEXoo12x
Electric Motor
79) SIRA 12 ATEX 6058X
Electronic proportional valve
80) PTB 04 ATEX 4002
Gasriickffihrungspumpe MEX 0544
81) PTB 01 ATEX 5004
Gasrtickfiihrungspumpe MEX 083 l-l 0 und
MEX 0831-ll
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Special conditions from ATEX-
and declarations of conformity
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Declarations of conformitv
for electrical components:
PTB 01 ATEX 1016
Terminal box 8146/1... -..& 8146/2...-..
PTB 99 ATEX 3103
Junction and Terminal Boxes Type 8118...-
PTB 01 ATEX 1104
Junction and Terminal Boxes
Type 07-5103-..../...
PTB OO ATEX 1099
Junction box 07 -5311-... /...
PTB 03 ATEX 3065
Tripping device for TMP EC200-HC396|2M
PTB 01 ATEX 1136
Junction box8102/2.-.
PTB 03 ATEX 3T1O
Tripping device for TMP VRC 700
PTB 99 ATEX 1509
Gas flow measuring system transmitter
Vaporix flow
TW 03 ATEX 2195
Pressure sensors, type UPA2 EEX
PTB OO ATD( 2043
Safety isolation amplifier, type K*A*-SH-
EXl,,r
PTB OI ATEX 1105
Control station and sigralling uniq type
8040/.../...
PTB 00 ATD( 2081 replaced through
BASOI ATEXTOO5
Safety isolation amplifier, type KFA-SR2-
EX2.W
BAS 01 ATEX 7OO5
Zenerbarier 2788
PTB 02 ATEX 1050 out dated
Pessure operated switclg Type Pressostat
E r...
SEE 9S ATE]{2642
Trafac Presurre operated switch
PTB 07 ATEX 2OO1
Mass Flowmeter Types CNGmass und
LPGmass
PTB OO ATEX 1059
Screwed cable gland
TUV 04 ATEX 2433
Screwed cable gland
PTB OO ATEX 2043
Switch amplifier
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Declarations of conformity
for electrical components:
WEH fuelling nozzles, break-away
couplings, hoses
WEH fuelling nozzle TKIT
Gilbarco petrol pump
ATEX II2G cT3
Blackmer pump
ATEX II 2G cT3
PTB 98 ATEX 5OO2
Vapour recovery pump 8012 GR5 & 8014-
5.0
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Special conditions from ATEX-
and declarations of conformity dispenser
SIRA 01 ATEX 9035 X
SK700 / LPG / E85 Ethanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
15. I The Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 A vapour retum path to the storage tank shall be provided for each Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser.
15.3 When used for Ethanol dispensing, the fuel specification must not exceed E85 with minimum water content.
SIRA 05 ATEX 9045 X
Encore 510 / LPG dispensers
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
15.1 The Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 Installation shall be in accordance with either EN 13617-l:2004 or EN 14678-2 as applicable.
SIRA 08 ATEX 9091 X
Encore 500G / LPG / E85 Ethanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
15.1 The Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 A vapour retum path to the storage tank shall be provided for each Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser.
15.3 When used for Ethanol dispensing, the fuel specification must not exceed E85 with minimum water content.
SIRA 04 ATEX 9045 X
Aral MPD/LPG dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
15.l The Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source Dot exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 Installation shall be in accordance with either EN 13617-l:2004 or EN 14678-2 as applicable.
SIRA 03 ATEX 9332 X
397 lErhanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
When used for ethanol dispensing, the fuel specification must be
<90% with minimum water content.
SIRA 03 ATEX 9331 X
I l# Series / Ethanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
When used for ethanol dispensing, the fuel speciflrcation must be
<90% with minimum water content.
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Gilbarco@
Special conditions from ATEX-
and declarations of conformity dispenser
SIRA 11 ATEX 9OO1 X
Aral MPD 2010 ILPG / Ethanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
15.l The LPG fuel dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 A vapour retum path to the storage tank shall be provided for each LPG fuel dispenser.
15.3 When used for dispensing ethanol, the ethanol content shall not exceed 90% with minimum water content.
15.4 The equipment shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's particularly with regard to the prevention of
possible leakage of fuel into the ground.
SIRA 10 ATEX 9052X
Horizon / LPG / Ethanol dispenser
Special conditions for safe use (denoted by X after the certificate number)
l5.l The LPG fuel dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
15.2 A vapour retum path to the storage tank shall be provided for each Automotive LPG fuel dispenser.
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15.3 When used for dispensing ethanol, the ethanol content shall not exceed 90olo with minimum water content.
15.4 Where petrol fuel dispensers are shipped without nozzles, the equipment shall be fitted with nozzles complying with EN
13012 prior to the being put into service.
15.5 Where petol fuel dispensers are shipped without hoses, the equipment shall be fitted with hoses complying with EN 1360
or EN 13483 prior to being put into service.
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r) PTB oo ATEX 3119 X
Cable and lead entry fitting of types 8161/5 and 816116.
Only permanently laid cables and leads may be inserted. The operator must guarantee appropriate cable strain relief.
The maximum thermal stress of the inserted cables and leads must be observed.
2) PTB 99 ATEX 3109 U
Screwless terminal bloc( type 280-...
These terminals may be used within the scope of the working temperature range in resources
-
principally tapping boxes and
junction
boxes
-
for temperature classes Tl to T6.
For installation in a terminal housing
-
with a protection category of at least IP 54
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comply with the requirements in
accordance with EN 50 014 sections 14.2 to 14.4. Comply with the installation instructions of the manufacturer regarding the
use ofaccessories.
When attaching feed through (with protective conductor) modular terminals, end cover plates or barriers must be provided.
The use of nested links reduces the ma><imum rated voltage.
3) DEMKO 01 ATEX 130640 X
Incremental Encoder, Typ ME 0l-02
The certificate number is followed by the symbol X due to the following:
The 5,5 V input voltage shatl be supplied through a safety-isolated transformer according to EN60742 or EN6l558-l and the
maximum fuse rating shall be 250mA or tlrough al.3W
Power limited circuit complying with clause 4.1.3 and 4.1.4 in the standard EN50028.
The cable must be connected in safe area or in suitable certified terminal boxes.
Ambient temperatures are depending on the used cable type and fixing as follows:
LiYCY 4557-F :-l5oC to+7OoC
LIXCI l4-4x0,14mm2 :Loose:-30oC to +70oC Fixed -30"C to +70oC
MCY-4x0,I4mm'z :Loose:-5oC to +70'C Fixed -30'C to +70oC
Datapur-C :Loose:-SoC to +7ffC Fixed -30'C to +70oC
LiYCY 4x0,10 7001 :-30'C to +7ffC
4) PTB oo ATEX 1093 X
Position switch, type 07 -25.1-... /...
The position switch must be set up in such a way that is mechanically protected from impact energy in accordance with EN
50014 section 23.4.3.1.
The quality of the connecting lead must be selected so that it meets the therrral and mechanical requirements in the area of
application.
This EC type test certihcate and future supplements hereto shall concurrently apply as addendums to the certificate of
conformity PTB No. Ex-91.C.1083 X.
5) PTB 98 ATEX 3129 U
Screwless terminal, type 264-...
These terminals may be used within the scope of the working temperature range in resources
-
principally tapping boxes and
junction boxes
-
for temperature classes Tl to T6.
For installation in a terminal housing
-
with a protection category of at least IP 54
-
comply with the requirements in
accordance with EN50014 (VDE 017/0171 Part l) sections 14.2to 14.4. Comply with the installation instructions of the
manufacturer regarding the use of accessories.
When attaching feed-through terminals with protective conductor-modular terminals, end cover plates or barriers must be
provided.
6) PTB 98 ATEX 3125 U
Screwless terminal, type 262-...
These terminals may be used within the scope of the working temperature range in resources
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principally tapping boxes and
junction boxes
-
for temperature classes Tl to T6.
For installation in a terminal housing
-
with a protection category of at least IP 54
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comply with the requirements in
accordance with EN500l4 (VDE 017/0171 Part l) sections l4.2to 14.4. Comply with the installation instructions of the
manufacturer regarding the use of accessories. (The terminal is used without accessories for Gilbarco fuel dispensing pumps.)
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7) KEMA 00 ATEX rttz X
Reed-Sensor Type MK8- 1...-EV...
The free ends ofthe integral cable must be connected outside the hazardous area or, when inside the hazardous are4 in a
suitable certifies
junction bo& in accordance with the requirements of the type of explosion protection applied.
The Reed Sensor must be installed such, that any danger of mechanical impact is avoided.
The electrical apparatus to which the Reed Sensor is connected must be protected with a suitably rates fuse, with a breaking
capacity in accordance with the prospective short circuit current of the supply (normally 15004).
8) DEMKO ol ATEX 130644 X
Electronic Pulse Generator, Typ 0l
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08 d
The X-mark after the reference of the certificate refers to the following:
Ambient temperatures: -20'C to +70"C
The encoder is constructed witl a permanently connected unterminated cable, which must be connected in safe area or a
suitable certifies
junction box.
9) DEMKO oI ATEX 130641X
Electronic Pulse Generator
,
Type 0l
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The X-mark after the reference of the certfficate refers to the following:
Ambient temperatures: -3(PC to +70'C
The encoder is constructed with a permanently connected unterminated cable, which must be connected in safe area or a
.-.,
suitable certifies
junction box.
10) Sira 00 ATEX 2146}{
IS Interface, Type 8T606914-** und TypM0l267
Additional conditions of certification
None
11) KEMA 02 ATEX 1288 X
Electromagnetic switch, type MKRI3X...
The electromagnetic switches shall be installed with protection against mechanical hazards. A fuse corresponding to the
nominal current must be connected in series to the electromagnetic switches. The breaking capaclty of the fuse must conform
to the possible short-circuit current ofthe supply source'
The connecting lead of the electromagnetic switch must be connected in a terminal housing in accordance with EN 50014
Section 1.2.
12) PTB 03 ATEX 3060 X
Three-phase synchronous motor, tyPe D3l3 K501 GL...
The motors of these types may only be operated in conjunction with the pump
D?e
GRl25 and at the converter of the above-
v'
stated type with the settings specified in the respective data sheet, and they must be monitored by the adapted equipment as
described in the respective data sheet.
13) PTB 03 ATEX 4030 X
Vacuum pump GR 125
The vacuum pump may only be used to suck offfuel vapour/air mixfures from gas recovery systems of petrol stations.
The vacuum pump is to be earthed.
If the vacuum pump is to be used as flame arrester in gas recovery systems and in the event of an ignition at the hlling
nozzle,the following maximum hose and pipe lengths are admissible between filling nozzle and vacuum pump:
a) gas recovery hose with
<
l0 mm inside diameter in the
<
6 m, coaxial hose, or
optionally
b) S O m coaxial hose with
<
38 mm, outside diameter, together with a connected pipe ND
15 (GYz) 33 m.
The ambient temperature and the temperature at the inlet must not exceed 60oC.
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Routine
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panel-mounted
indicator
ligtr!
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be instarled
in such
a way that its rear end is protected
against
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Routine
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The screwed
cable
glands may
only be used to insert
permanently
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and leads'
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02 ATEX
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limit
switchTYPe
8064/2
The miniature
limit
switch
sha]r.b,einstarled
such
that it w'r be mechanica'y
protected
against
impact
energy
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withinthe
operativerange'
.o-omination certificate
as well
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TY:tjy.i;iffi"Nr. Ex-93.c.1015
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This
EC
type-examination
certificate
as well
as any
future
supplements
thereto
shall
at the
same
time
ue regura"d
as supple*"*,
for component
certificate
PTB
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00 ATEX
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Magnet
coil ACIO
As shor,.circuri,."#iJ,;!:,.J#,t111,T:TiEj.:ifi::,1ffi[TJ,".:,ili$T#i:$$]i,iliiftT',*TEj.:,#"H'
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When using the magnet coil type ACl0 -..-.-... in petrol pumps to control the petrol as Category 2 unit the material of the
valve body must be of metal (brass, aluminium, VA). The coil is mounted on the core guide tube and may only be dismantled
by the manufacturer. The valves always represent a closed system.
The magnet coils type ACl0-..-.-PD47 to AC10-..-.-PD72 are only suitable for single assembly.
The working temperature range listed in "Electrical Data" must be observed for every type.
For ambient temperatures as of 55"C, a heat-resistant cable end must be used for magnet coils type AC 10-..-6-PD53 and type
AC10-..-6-PD66.
Temperature ratios at 60"C ambient temperature at the ACIO magnet coil
The installation of a terminal box changes the designation of the type and of the type of protection of the AC l0-..-.-...
magnet coil.
20) PTB 99 ATEX 4oo2 X
Vapour recovery pumps, type "8012 GR5" and'8014-5"
When using the vapour recovery pumps types "8012 GR5" and '8014-5', the following conditions must be met and/or
tulfilled:
max. hose and pipe lengths between nozzle and vapour recovery pump
a) Vapour recovery hose with inside diameter
<
lQ mm in coaxial hose
<
6 m,
or
b) Coaxial hose
<
6 m with outside diameter
<
38 mnL
together with a downstream pipeline DN l5 (G %)<3 m.
The flammable gasses or flammable liquids accrued during operation must belong to explosion group IIA with a
standard gap of > 0.9 mm.
The operating temperature may not exceed 60oC.
The operating pressure may not exceed l. I bar absolute.
2r) PTB oI ATEX 3335 X
Three-phase motors of type series I M..08.-...
Ifthe non-closed lead ends are connected to the extemal electric circuits in accordance with DIN EN 50014
;1997,
Paragraph
l4.l within the hazardous are4 a terminal box with its own certificate and explosion protection identification must be
selected according to the prevailing conditions on site.
22) PTB ol ATEX 3336 X
Three-phase motors of type series I M..09.-...
If the non-closed lead ends are connected to the extemal electric circuits in accordance with DIN EN 50014 ;1997,Puagraph
14.1 within the hazardous are4 a terminal box with its own certificate and explosion protection identification must be
selected according to the prevailing conditions on site.
23) PTB 0r ATEX 3303X
Three-phase motors of qpe series IETEEA-80-...
If the non-closed lead ends are connected to the extemal electric circuits in accordance with DIN EN 50,0 I 4
;1997 ,
Paragraph
l4.l within the hazardous are4 a terminal box with its own certificate and explosion protection identification must be
selected according to the prevailing conditions on site.
24) PTB 03 ATEX 2018 X
Valve magnet, type 0515.. and type 1215..
As short-circuit protection, every magnet must have a fuse that is switched in series and which corresponds to the rated
current (max. 3xls according toIEC 60127-2-l), or a motor protection switch with short-circuit and thermal instantaneous
tripping (setting to rated current). For magnets with very small rated currents, a fuse with the smallest current value according
to the stated IEC standard will be sufficient. The fuse may be located in the associated supply unit, or must be separately
switched in series. The rated current of the fuse must be equal to or greater than the specified nominal voltage of the magaet.
The breaking capaclty of the fuse-link must be equal to or greater than the maximally assumed short-circuit current at the site
of installation (usually 1500 A).
A maximum permissible ripple factor of 20% applies to all direct current version magnets.
Temoerafure class Coil size Absolute temperature
(oC)
T4 5 118
T4 6 113
T5 4 93
T5 5 87
T5 6 90
T6 5 79
T6 6 75
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25) TUV 99 ATEX 1508X
Gas flow measuring system, type VAPORIX CONTROL
Omitted, see 2nd suppiement Due to the galvanic separation of the sensor electric circuits to the PA and/or PE connectioq the
special conditions to be dispensed.
26) LCIE 02 ATEX 6022X
Electro valve type :...111228... or ...1112...
The equipment must be protected by fuse supply witch has a breaking capacity adjusted to the short circuit of the equipment.
27) CESI03 ATEX 023X
RAEL Motori Elettrici S.r.l
The motor provided with an integral cable entry in the enclosure shall be used with a cable laving the same extemal diameter
shown on the sealing ring.
28) DEMKO 04 ATEX 137008X
Magnetic Encoder A./S ME 0l-03
Cable must be connected in safe area or in a suitable ATEX-Certified Junction Box.
The 5,5Vdc input voltage shall be supplied through a safety-isolated transformer according to EN60742 or EN6l558-l and
the max. fuse rating shall be 250 mA.
Cable screen must be properly connected to Ground'
29) DMT 99 ATEX E 015 X
Measuring system, tlpe Promass
l. All resources of the measuring system must be included in the equip potential bonding'
2. Only electric circuits may be connected to connection terminals nos. 20 to 27 of the measuring fansducer types
Promass 60*
**_****t******,
promass
63
* * +_* * :i !* * * * ** !*A promass
63
* * *_* * *'i * * * * *'*B,
Promass 63
!i * *_* * * ** * * * !t *C,
Promass 63
* * *-* :i * * * * * * :+ *D,
Promass 63*
**_*:r*****!i**E,
Promass 63*
**_*:t******:i*F
and
promass
64+
** :t*********&
the connection terminals nos. 20 and 2l ofthe measuring transducer
promass63* ** ****'t:t****G,theconnectionterminals
nos.22and23 ofthemeasuringtransducer
promass
63*
:f *-***:|,r*****L,
tJre connection terminals nos. 24 to 27 of the measuring transducer
promass
63,*
*+-*,*********W,
the connection terminals nos.22,23,26 and27 of the measuring transducer Promass 63*
!r*_******!t**rT
in which voltages higher than AC 260 V (50 IIZ-60H2) cannot occur and which have a max. short-circuit
current of 500 mA.
3. The required temperature class in conjunction with the ambient temperature and the medium temperature must correspond to
the tables in 15.3.4.
4. When connecting the electronic housing via the pipeline entries approved for this purpos, the associated sealing mechanisms
must be an'anged directly at the housing.
30) PTB os ATEX 2095 X
Magnets, type K05932.. ., K05924..., K5927 ...afi K05 93 5
As short-circuit protection, every magnet must have a fuse that is switched in series and which corresponds to the rated current
(max. 3xls u..oidirg to IEC 60127-2-l), or a motor protection switch with short-circuit and thermal instantaneous tripping
(setting to rated cunint). For magnets with very small rated currents, a fuse with the smallest current value according to the
stated iEC standard will be suffrcient. The fuse may be located in the associated supply unit, or must be separately switched in
series. The rated current of the fuse must be equal to or greater than the specified nominal voltage of the maglet. The breaking
capacity of the fuse-link must be equal to or greater than the maximally assumed short-circuit current at the site of installation
(usually 1500 A).
Max. permissible ambient temperature range -40'C to +40oC.
31) PTB 00 ATEX 2049)(
SN sensors, types NJ... and SJ...
l. When using the SN sensors of types NJ... and SJ... in a temperature range of -60oC to -20oC, the sensors must be protected
against impact effects by installing them in an additional housing.
2. The connection facilities of the SN sensors types NJ... and SJ must be set up in such a way that at least protection category IP
20 is achieved in accordance with IEC 60529:1989.
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3. Refer to the table at point 15 ofthis certificate for the correlation between the type ofthe connected electric circui! the
maximum permissible ambient temperature and the temperature class, as well as the effective inner reactance for the individual
types of SN sensors.
4. For use in Group IIC, the impermissible electrostatic charge of the plastic housing must be prevented for the following types of
SN sensors, and an appropriate warning must be attached to the housing:
NJ 4O-FP-SN
5. For the following types of SN sensors, the impermissible electrostatic charge of the metal housing parts must be avoided.
Dangerous electrostatic charges ofthe metal housing parts can be avoided by ear thing these metal housing parts, whereby very
small metal housing parts (e.g. suews) do not need to be earthed.
NJ 2-11-SN-G..., NJ 6-22-SN-G..., NJ 65l+U3+N..., NJ 63l+U4+N..., NJ l5S+U3+N..., NJ l5S+U4+N..., NJ 20S+U3+N...,
NJ 2OS+U4+N..., NJ 4O-FP-SN-P3.., NJ 4O.FP-SN-P4..
32) PTB 03 ATEX 2130 X
Hydraulic controller, type EC 2000-HC
L The hydraulic controller, type EC 2000-HC must be protected with the following fuses:
Rated operational voltage Ul with 5 A. MT
Rated operational voltage U2 with 0.5 A.F
Rated operational voltage LllLzlL3 with 10 A. automatic circuit-breaker
2. The solenoid valves to be connected are protected by special intemal electronic fuses. An additional fusible cut out is not
required.
3. Refer to the type test certificate for the electrical data-
4. The maximum permissible ambient temperature may not exceed +60oC.
33) PTB 03 ATEX 2131X
Motor controller EC 2000-MOMO
L The motor controller has to be protected with the following fuses:
Operating voltage LllL2tL3 with circuit breaker l0 A /phase
Operating voltage Ul with 5 A medium time-lag (inside of the power
supply)
2. The electrical data have to be take from the verification certificate..
3. The supply for the motor feeler may be carried out only from the hydraulic controller.
34) BVS 95.D.2019 X
Secatec electromagretic switch, type MKRI3X
The electromagnetic switch may only be installed within fuel dispensing pumps with permanently laid cable installation and
must be protected against mechanical hazard in accordance with the installation specifications of the manufacturer.
The electromagnetic switcl\ type MKRI3X* is suitable for use in ambient temperature ranges of -20"C to +60oC.
35) DEMKO 01 ATEX 1s1007 X
Shaft Encoder, type 0l-08ia
5 Vdc Version: 12 Vdc Version:
U1 :8V U;:15V
11 : 260 mA 11 : 260 mA
L1:35 pH L1:35
PH
Ci:30nF C1:30nF
R
1.25 W &:
1.25 W
Symbol
,,X"
is referring to the following:
The equipment is provided with permanently connected leads.
Ambient temperature range is: -250 C to + 60
0
C.
36) DEMKO 01 ATEX 130643 X
Shaft Encoder, type 0l-08ib
5 Vdc Version: 12 Vdc Version:
Ui:8V Ui: 15 V
Ii: 260 mA 11 : 260 mA
L1:35 pH L;:35
PH
C1: 30 nICi : 30 nF
Pi: 1.25 W Pi: 1.25 W
The equipment is provided with permanently connected leads
Ambient temperature range is:. -250 C to + 600 C.
The equipment must be connected via a suitable certified ba:rier with matching data.
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37). DEMKO 01 ATEX 1s0642 X
lncremental Encoder, type 02-07
The 13,2 V rnput voltage shall be through a safety-isolated transformer according to EN60742 or EN61558-l and the
maximum fuse rating shall be 250 mA.
The cable must be connected in safe area or in suitable certified terminal boxes.
Ambient temperatures are -200 C to + 700 C.
38) KEMA 99 ATEX 6971 X
Cable and lead entry fiuings
The following cable and lead entry fittings are labelled with an "X" after the certificate number and can resist impact energies
of only 4 Joules. These types should be protected against higher impact energies:
-HSK-MZ-Ex, type M50 x 1.5 with normal and reduced clamping range.
-HSK-MZ-EMV-Ex, type M50 x 1.5 with normal and reduced clamping range.
-HSK-INOX-EX, types PG 11 and PG 13.5 with normal clamping range.
-HSK-INOX-EMV-Ex, types PG l l and PG 13.5 with normal clamping range.
39) PTB 04 ATEX 1087 X
Cable and lead entry fitting, type DQM
Only permanently laid cables and leads may be inserted. The operator must guaxantee appropriate cable strain relief.
The cable and lead entry fittings must be installed in such a way that they are mechanically protected against impact enerryJ
in accordance with EN500l4 Section 23.4.3.1.
40) PTB oo ATEX 1092 X
Circuit module, type 07 -3323-3.../...
The circuit module shall be installed so as to provide for mechanical protection against impact energy in accordance with
EN500 I 4 section 23.4.3.1.
The quality of the connecting cable shall satisft the thermal and mechanical requtements within the functional range.
This EC type-examination certificate as well as any future supplements thereto shall at the same time be regarded as
supplements to Certificate of Conformity PTB No. Ex-95.D.1054 X.
4r) KEMA 02 ATEX 1248X
SECATEC electromagnetic switch: MKF I
gXSAKX,
MKF I
gXUAKX
MKF t
gXOAKX,
GKR1SXSAK and GKRI8XUAK
The electromagnetic switches shall be installed with protection against mechanical hazards.
42) PTB 03 ATEX 5014 X
Solenoid valves for use in vapour recovery systems 641 I 2832 / 6013 I 6022
.
Only permanently laid cables and leads may be inserted.
o The operator must guarantee appropriate cable strain relief.
e
Leads with outside diameters of 6mm to 13 mm may be used.
Observe the maximum thermal stress of the inserted cables and/or leads.
r The laid in, knockout seal must be adapted to the diameter of the cable/lead.
o The rated cross section of the cables/leads must be at least 0.75 mm2 and may not exceed 2.5 mm2.
r The screws for fastening the cover of the terminal box must be tightened with a torque of 100 Ncm (+ 5o/o).
4s) IBEXU 01 ATEX 1007 X
Position switch type 07 -251 l -..../....
The limit switch shall be installed in such way, that the mechanical protection against impact enerry in accordance with
EN50014 section 23.4.3.1 is always guaranteed..
The quality of the connecting cable shall satisfr the thermal and mechanical requirements within the functional range. If the
connecting cable is not shielded, the connecting cable must be protected from damage. The partly limited temperature range
ofthe cables (max.70'C) has to be taken into account. The open ends ofthe connecting cable are to be protected.
The maximum surface temperature T80"C is valid for the following ambient temperatures and maximum currents:
ambient temperature
<
60oC
<75oC
type 07 -25 I I -..XO/....
rated thermal current
<7A <
34.
type 07-2511-..XX/....
rated thermal current
<
6,4.
<24
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44) PTB 02 ATEX 2094 X
Electromagnet Biirkert valve control module, type 6..-....-..-.
L As short-circuit protection, every magnet of type 6..-....-...-4 and L must have a fuse that is switched in series and
which corresponds to the rated current (max. 3xls according to IEC 60127-2-l), or a motor protection switch with
short-circuit and thermal instantaneous tripping (setting to rated current). For magnets with very small rated
currents, a fuse with the smallest current value according to the stated IEC standard will be sufficient. The fuse may
be located in the associated supply uni! or must be separately switched in series.
2. The rated current of the fuse must be equal to or greater than the specified nominal voltage of the magnet. The
breaking capaclty of the fuse-link must be equal to or greater than the maximally assumed short-circuit current at
the site of installation (usually 1500 A).
3. The magnets may also be used to control Category 2 petrol if neither air nor oxygen is present in the closed system.
This also applies to starting up and shutting the system down. The valve body must then be made of metal.
4. A tolerance of +20yo for t}le nominal voltage only applies to the
Ope
655-.1.5 magnet.
5. The plug must be checked with the 1.5-fold operating nominal pressure.
45) SIRA os ATEX 2526 X
IS Pulser type BR 405799-**
The use of this certificate is subject to the Regulations Applicable to Holders of Sira Certificates.
Holders of EC type-examination certificates' are requires to comply with the production control requirements defines in
Article 8 of directive 9419/EC.
46) ZELM or ATEX 0060 X
Screwed cable glands, type EURO-Top X...
The type EURO-TOP X... screwed cable glands may only be used for t}le pernanent installation of the group, whereby the
operator must guarantee appropriate cable strain relief.
The maximum thermal stress of the inserted cables and leads must be observed- The data of the single screw connection types
must be observed during installation. Use the tightening torque as specffied for the forcing nuts in each case.
Only the proper forcing nuts and sealing rings (that is, their original spare parts), may be used for the soewed cable gland in
each case. It is not permitted to exchange or replace parts with non-original parts.
47) KEMA 97 ATEX 4677 U
Feed-through modularterminals, types ZDU 2.5
-2l3AN
and ZDU 2.5
-2/4
AN and
hotective conductor modular terminals, types ZPE 2.5
-
2/3AN ar,d ZPE 2.5
-
2/4 AN and
Double terminals, type ZDK2.5 / 1.5 ZDK2.5 / 1.5 V
ZDK2.5 / I.5N-DU, ZDK2.5 / I.sN-PE,
ZDK2.5 / I.SDU-PE ardZDK2.s /l.5PE
Special conditions
None
48) DMT 02 Atex E 195 X
Switching amplifier, type 9 I 70l*0-*
*-*
I
When setting up the modules type 9170/*0-*0-l l, type 9170/*0-* l- I I and type 91701*0-*4-Ll in areas which require
Category 3 resources, these modules must be installed in housings that correspond to the requirements of EN 50021.
49) CESr 03 ATEX 167 X
Pulse generator for messure, type Pulser PPG
The permanently connected unterminated cable of apparatus shall be made according to one of the types of protection
indicated in the EN50014 standard and shall be in accordance with the installation rules specified for the place where
apparatus is used.
50) Zelm 0l ATEX 0060 X
Screwed cable glands, type EURO-TOP X
The type ELIRO-TOP X... screwed cable glands may only be used for the permanent installation of the group, whereby the
operator must guarantee appropriate cable strain relief.
The maximum thermal stress of the inserted cables and leads must be observed. The data of the single screw connection types
must be observed during installation. Use the tightening torque as specified for the forcing nuts in each case.
Only the proper forcing nuts and sealing rings (that is, their original spare parts), may be used for the screwed cable gland in
each case. It is not permitted to exchange or replace parts with non-original parts.
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sl) BAS 98 ATEX 2167 X
A type ASCO EM5X SOLENOID
1. The solenoid shall be connected to a supply protected by fuses capable of intemrpting a prospective short circuit
current of40004.
2. Solenoids will normally be supplied with an electrostatic warning label. However, for operators specifically used
within petrol pump dispenser enclosures no label is fitted.
3. For solenoid operators fitted to valves used in vapour recovery systems where a Zone 0 exists within the valve and
pipe work, the solenoid operators or valves fitted with solenoid operators must be subject to the routine test in
accordance with PAS022:1997 Clause 4,8 Annex I using air as test media and a test pressure of 15 bar (+0.1), (-0).
The pipe work is limited to a maximum diameter of l5mm with pipe runs not exceeding 3m in length.
4. The integral cable shall be suitably terminated when installed.
52) SIRA 03 ATEX 9487 U
Fuel DispenserNozzles Types ZVA Slimline2, ZVA 200G& ZYA25
Special conditions for safe use
None
53) SrRA 0l ATEX 9035 X
SK700 Liquid Fuel Dispensers and SK700 Automotive LPG/E85 Ethanol
The Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser shall be supplied from a remote pressure source not exceeding 25 bar.
A vapour retum patl to the storage tank shall be provided for each Automotive LPG Fuel Dispenser.
When used for Ethanol dispensing, the fuel specification must not exceed E85 with minimum water content.
54) SIRA 03 ATEX 9488 U
Safe-Breaks Types SSBI6(NR), SSB25; PSBI6, CSB2I (NR)
Special conditions for safe use
None
55) TUV 05 ATEX 2905 X
Eltomatic Incremental Encoder Type ME 0l-04
The encoder is marked with an "X' after the certificate number. This "X" refers to the fact that the ambient temperature has
been extended to coverthe area: -30
0C
< T^oo+ 70
0
C
The free end ofthe permanently connected cable has to be appropriate connected.
56) SrRA 05 ATEX 2312X
Intrinsically Safe Hub Type M06205
The ambient temperature range for the Intrinsically Safe Hub Type M06205 is
-55
0
C to
+600c.
The printed circuit board is not protected against unauthorised interference as required by Clause 6. I of EN 50020.2002. The
Intrinsically Safe Hub Type M06205 shall be installed inside the enclosure of another piece of equipment that affords a
degree of protection (minimum IP20) suitable for the application e.g. at least IP23 as required by EN 13617-1:2004 when
used in fuel dispensing equipment. If the enclosure of the equipment is made from a plastics material
,
then it shall comply
with the requirements for electrostatic charges of enclosures of plastics materials in clause 7.3 of EN 50014:1997. If the
enclosure of the equipment is made from metal, then it shall comply with the requirements for enclosures containing light
metal in clause 8. I 3 of EN 50014:1997 .
Should the enclosure be made ofplastic, then by virhre ofits shape, design and position ofuse, it is assessed that the
equipment is not considered to be an electrostatic risk; however, the equipment shall not be installed in a position where it
may be subjected to an excessive airlfluid flow or be subjected to rubbing that may cause an electrostatic build-up.
The circuits shall be provided with a creepage and clearance distance of at least 1.5 mm in accordance with clause 6.4 of EN
50020:2002.
57) SrRA 05 ATEX 2311X
Intrinsically Safe Hub Type M06202
The ambient temperature range for the Intrinsically Safe Interface Type M06202 is
-55
0
C to + 60
0
C.
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The printed circuit board is not protected against unauthorised interference as required by Clause 6.1 ofEN 50020:2002. The
tntrinsically Safe Interface Type M06202 shall be installed inside the enclosure of another piece of equipment that affords a
degree of protection (minimum IP20) suitable for the application e.g. at least IP23 as required by
EN 13617-1:2004 when used in fuel dispensing equipment.
The circuits shall be provided with a creepage and clearance distance ofat least l0mm and 6mm respectively in accordance
with clause 6.4 of EN 50020:1994.
58) SrRA 05 ATEX 2313 X
Intrinsically Safe Pulser Type M03127
The ambient temperature range for the intrinsically Safe Pulser Type M03127 is
-55
0
C to + 60
0
C.
The intrinsically Safe Pulser Type lr403127 is protected by an enclosure with an nominal ingress protection of IP20. The
Pulser shall be installed inside the enclosure of another piece of equipment that affords a degree of protection of least IP23 as
required by EN 13617-1:2004.
Should the enclosure be made of plastic then by virtue of its shape, design and position of use, it is assessed that the
equipment is not considered to be an electrostatic risk; however, the equipment must not be installed in a position where it
may be subjected to an excessive airlfluid flow or be subjected to rubbing that may cause an electrostatic build-up.
59) PTB 02 ATEX 2173X
Solenoid valves, Type 7...
Short-circuit protection
As a short-circuit protection, each magnet must be connected in series with a fuse conesponding to its rated current
(max.3Xl6 according to lBc60l27-2-l) or a motor protector switch with a fast-acting short-circuit and thermal trip (set to the
rated current). For very small rated currents for the magnets, the fuse with the smallest current value according to the above-
mentioned IEC standard will suffice. This fuse may be mounted in the associated supply unit or must be connected in series
separately. The rated voltage of the fuse must be equal to or larger than the quoted nominal voltage of the magnet. The
switch-off capability of the fuse cartridge must be equal to or greater than the maximum theoretical short-circuit current at the
installation location (normally 1500').
In the case ofversions A and L ofthe solenoi4 short-circuit protection must be assured by the operator. In the case ofversion
K of the solenoi{ the fuse is installed in the terminal box of the device. More detailed descriptions of versions An L and K
are to be found in the section "Technical Data'.
Operation with associated valve body
The solenoids coil type 74.-....-...-./ 75.-....-...-. May only be operated witJr a matching valve body as a complete device,
complying with the following requirements:
o Materials with single and block assembly:
metal (brass, aluminium, stainless steel) or plastics (e,g. polyamide PA6 GV...
Risk of explosion!
o
When using the devices in petrol pumps for the control of petrol in category2, a valve body made of metal (brass,
aluminium or stainless steel) must be employed!
o
Minimum dimensions of the valve bodies:
40mm x 40 mm xl0mm (LxWxH)
A lager valve body with better heat conductance may be attached at any time.
Type of explosion protection
'.- . Version with built
-in
rubber sheathed cable (A)
Version with terminal box (L and K):
Eex em II T4 or T5 to EN 50014, 50028.
Dimensions
Connection tvoe Lensth
(mm) Width
(mm)
Heisht
(mm)
Electrical connection
A
106 40 58
Electrical connections
L&K
tzt 60 113
Type ofprotection
IP65 to EN 60529 (DIN VDE 0470 Part l)
Individual installation
The solenoid coil types74.-. ...-...-.175.-....-...-., tre only suitable for individual installation.
Operation temperature range
Please note the operational temperature range listed for each type in the Electrical Data!
Maximum permissible ambient temperature range
Please observer the maximum permissible ambient temperature range given under Operating conditions of the coils
for each type!
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Version Maximum permissible
ambient temperature ranqe
1A-
-40'C ... + 40'C
75.-.. -40'C ... + 50
uC
Use in petrol pumps
Risk of explosion if the device is opened!
.
The valves may only be dismantled by the manufacturer. The always represent a closed system!
Risk of explosion!
.
When using the devices in pefol pumps for the conhol of petrol in category 2, a valve body made of
metal (brass, aluminium or stainless steel) must be employed!
The devices may also be used for the control of petrol in Category 2 when no air and no oxygen are present in the
closed qystems.
This also applies during start
-up
and shut-down of the system.
The solenoid coils are mounted on the armature either with 4 stud screws M4x58 (flange version) or central hxing
Ml4xl.5 (plugged-on version). They may be disassembled only by the manufacturer.
It may be disassembled only by the manufacturer!
The valves always represent a closed system.
Risk of explosion!
.
Only permanently laid cables and wiring may be inserted.
.
The operator must provide suitable stress relief,
r Wires with an outside diameter of 6 to l3mm may be used. Observer the maximum thermal Loading of
the cables or wires to be inserted.
.
The inserted break-off seal must be matched to the diameter of the cable or wire.
r
The rated cross-section of the cable or wire stands must be at least 0,75mm2 and may not exceed 2.5mm2.
.
The screws for frxing the cover of the terminal box must be tightened with a torque of 100 Ncm (+ 5o/o).
The solenoid coils may also be executed with a terminal box; with or without fuse/contactor (to separate Design
Inspection Certificate) as desired.
The attachment of a terminal box changes the explosion protection type of these solenoid coils.
Designation with attached terminal box:
II 2G EEx em II T4 or T5
For protection against inadvertent opening ofthe cover, the latter bears the marking:
Open only when the voltage is switched off!
EEx em with terminal box
EEx m with 3 metres of cable.
60) LOM 01 ATEX 20s8 X
Screwed cable glands Type PCE
These cable gland can only be used in fixed installation and during installation must be do and adequate cable fixing.
All the holes of multi wire variants must be used to keep the IP degree of protection.
61) SrRA 07 ATEX 5107 X
Solenoid valves Type DV 1060P
The extemal circuit supplying the coil shall be protected by a fuse rated for 250 V and 1500 A current breaking capacity.
This equipment does not meet the necessary impact tes! cable pull test, resistance to light test and the anti-electrostatic
requirements ofthe standards, it shall therefore be housed in an enclosure that provides the necessary protection against a 7 J
impact excessive strain on the integral cable, exposure to IIV light and rubbing to avoid build up of elictostatic cfiarge.
62) PTB 05 ATEX 4007
Fuel vapour recovery pumps, types 8012 GR5 and 8014-5.0
The fuel vapour recovery pumps, types 8012 GR 5 and 8014-5.0, are vacuum pumps (diaphragm pumps and piston pumps)
with integrated intake-end and outlet-end flame arrester elements for extraction of potentially explosive fuel vapour/air
mixtures in vapour recovery systems in fuel dispensers of petrol filling station. Vacuum pump operation in intermittent.
The fuel vapour recovery pumps, types 8012 GR5 and 8014-5.0
,
are to be additionally used in vapour recovery pipes, where
they are to serve as tube deflagration or detonation flame arresters between filling nozzle and storage tank. This is to prevent
flame transmission in case of deflagrations or stable detonations of explosive vapour/air mixhres of explosion group IIA,
which may be the result of ignition at the end of the filling nozzle.
The vacuum pumps with integrated flame arrester elsments are to be available instead of separate flame arresters (fube
deflagration or detonation flame arrester) upstream of the feed point in the vapour manifold.
In the suction-end pipe, the fuel vapour recovery pumps, types 8012 GR5 and 8014-5.0, are to be alternatively equipped with
a tank as specified below:
-Pulsation damper 250 ml; supplier: Scheidt & Bachmann, No. 0582543
-Condensate tap; supplier: Faftrir, No. XO 013001. - Continued on the next page-
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Explosion protection requirements made on the equipment:
Inside ofinlet and outlet pipe:
Vacuum pump surroundings:
category- I requirements
category -2 req uirements
Explosion protection requirements made on the protective system:
Flame arresting capacity in case of deflagration or detonation of explosive vapour/air mixtures of explosion group IIA,
standard gap width >0.9mm, for ignition at the end of the filling nozzle and in downstream hose lines or pipelines of vapour
recovery systems in filling stations.
63) KEMA 02 ATEX 1218 X
IMI Valve Actuator Series 80.., . .., 8 1..,... 83.. 184../92..and 93...
The maximum surface temperature and the relation between series and temperature class shall be taken from the description
above.
The valve actuator must be protected by a fuse with a rating in accordance with the nominal supply current (max.3x in
according to DIN 41571 or IEC 127). The breaking capaclty of the fuse must be in accordance with the prospective short
circuit current ofthe supply.
Valve actuators without permanently connected cable must be so installe4 that only a low risk of mechanical danger exists.
64) PTB 03 ATEX 2095 X
Magnets,
Epes
K05932. .,K05924..,K05927.. and K05935..
A fuse corresponding to the rated current of the magnet (max. 3xls according tolEC 60127-2-l) or a motor protecting switch
with short-circuit or thermal instantaneous tripping (adjusted to rated current) must be connected in series to each magnet.
For very low rated currents of the magnet the fuse with the lowest current value according to the aforementioned IEC-
standard will be sufficient. This fuse may be accommodated inside the associated power supply unit or has to be connected in
series separately. The rated voltage of the fuse shall be the same as or higher than the rated voltage specified for the magnet.
The breaking capacity of the fuse link shall be the same as or higher than the maximum short-ctcuit current expected to
occur at the place of installation (normally 1500 A)
The maximum permissible range of the ambient temperature is -40o C up tor 400C.
65) SrRA 02 ATEX 1057 X
Cable Glands A2F, A2FRC, A4E,2A2F,2A3F,2A4F, SS2K and SS2KPB
When used with Group IIC flameproof enclosures with a volume greater than 2000 cm3, theA2F, A2FRC, A3F,2A2F,21f.F,
2A4F, SS2K and SS2KPB glands shall be fitted with an inner seal with a minimum uncompressed axial height of at least
2Omm.
When used with Group I flameproof enclosures with a volume greater than 2000cm3, the A2F arrd21oF glands shall be fitted
with an inner seal with a minimum uncompressed axial height of at least 20mm.
The equipment shall only be used where the temperature, at the point of enty, is in the range --600C to+1300c.
The equipment shall only be used for fxed installations. In addition, the installer shall ensure that the cable is adequately
clamped.
66) SrRA 08 ATEX 2009X
ATC Hub Type M07876
The ambient temperature range for the Intrinsically Safe ATC Hub Type M07876 is-55'C to +60oC. The printed circuit board
is not protected against unauthorised interference as required by Clause 6. I ofEN60079-ll : 2007 .The Intrinsically Safe
Hub Type }l{:0787 6 shall be installed inside the enclosure of another piece of equipment that affords a degree of protection
(minimum IP20) suitable for the application e.g. at least IP23 as required by ENl36l7-l: 2004 when used in fuel dispensing
equipment. If the enclosure of the equipment is made from a plastics material, then it shall comply with the requirements for
electrostatic charges of enclosures of plastics materials in clause 7.3 of EN60079-0:2006. If the enclosure of the equipment
is made from metal, then it shall comply with the requirements for enclosures containing light metal in clause 8 of EN60079-
0: 2006.15.3 Should the enclosure be made ofplastic then by virtue ofits shape, design and position ofuse, it is assessed that
the equipment is not considered to be an electrostatic risk; however, the equipment must not be installed in a position where it
may be subjected to an excessive airlfluid flow or be subjected to rubbing that may cause an electrostatic build-up. The
circuits shall be provided with a creepage and clearance distance o at least 1.5mm in accordance with clause 6.3 ofEN60079-
1l :2007. The supplies in accordance with the requirements of Table 4 o f EN60079-ll :20Q7. The Hub is required to meet
the 500Vrms test when installed within a suitable enclosure.
67) INERIS 08 ATEX oo19 X
RAEL Motor Type AD 90....
The screws used for the assembly of the various parts of explosion-proof enclosures must be in steel or stainless steel with
quality higher or equal to 4.8.
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The gap and diametrical clearances are less than the values specified in the table I ofthe standard EN 60079-l and are
specified on the instructions.
The user will have to connect the free extremity of cable either in a non-explosive atmosphere or in an enclosure protected by
a recognized protection mode for the corresponding area-
68) BAS 98 ATEX 2168 X
A type ASCO EM6 SOLENOID
The solenoid shall be connected to a supply protected by fuses capable of intemrpting a prospective short circuit current
For solenoid operators fitted to valves used in vapour recovery systems where a Zone 0 exists within the valve and pipe worlq
the solenoid operators or valves fitted with solenoid operators must be subject to the routine test in accordance with
-
PAS022:1997 Clause 4,8 Annex I using air as test media and a test pressure of 15 bar (+0.1), (-0). The pipe work is limited
to a maximum diameter of l5mm with pipe runs not exceeding 3m in length.
When installed, the free end of the permanently connected, integral cable shall be suitable terminated. The leads of solenoids
that are supplied with an integral cable that does not have the additional cable glanding feature shall also be suitably
protected from mechanical damage.
The EIvD(X & EM5 Solenoids are only suitable for use within liquid fuel metering pumps, dispensers and remote pumping
units when they are fitted with cables that marked with either H05v2v2-F or H05v2v5.
69) PTB 01 ATEX 2203X
Optoelectronic sensors, type OCS2000-MIK-N2 and type OCT300-M1K-N2
l. when using the optoelectronic sensors, types ocS2000-Ml K-N2 and ocr300-Ml K-N2,
within tlre temperature ratge -25"C to -20"C, the sensors shall be installed in an additional
enclosure to protect them against impact effects.
2. The connectors of the optoelectronic sensors, types OCS2000-MI K-N2 and
ocr300-Ml K-N2, shall be installed in such a way that the degree of protection Ip20 in
accordance with IEC publication 60529:1989 will be achieved as a minimum.
3. For the relationship between the type of the connected circuig the maximum permissible
ambient temperature and the temperature class as well as the effective internal reactance,
reference is made to the table under point (15) of this EC type-examination certificate
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70) KEMA 05ATEX1206 X
MEDER electronic reed Sensor MK25-1A75-,-46,1C90F-5000W...
The Magnetic Switch shall be mounted in such a way that the encapsulated part is protected against mechanical danger and
direct sunlight.
In order to ensure the type of protection, the electrical ratings of the magnetic switch shall not be exceeded. If additionally a
non self-resetting device is used to protect the magnetic switch or the circuit connected to it, from overload, this device shall
hove a breaking capacrty, that is in compliance with the prospective short circuit current of the power supply.
The integral connection cable of the Magretic Switch shall be connected outside the potentially explosivl itrnosphere or in a
terminal box in a type of protection in accordance with Clause 1.2 of EN 50014.
7r) LCrE 02 ATEX 6023
X
Electro valve type :.../49... or ...N2...
The ambient temperature or medium temperature for the equipment is-4OoC to +75"C. The temperature class is specified
according to the indicated temperature range.
Type 1
Type designation
L,
IpI
Cr
lnI
Max. permissible ambient temperature in
'C when used in temperature class:
T6 T5 T4-TI
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ocT300-MlK-N2 Approx.0 75 65 70 70 ::5.4::!Y.
;:ii ,,lEq{$ lni$i,liii i. & inti i=
ocs2000-MlK-N2 Aoorox.0 75 85 70 70 5.4:a-{l lllii'$i7. ffiW)'t!1 iil t/,i;i"*
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Type Electrical power -40"C to +40'C -40oC to +75oC
.. / 492200... or ...N203 t-5w T6 T5
... I 492210... or ...N206 1.5W T6 T5
.. 1492390... or ...NZl4 3W T6 T5
.. 1492300... or ...N227 6W T5 T4
... 1492310... or ...NZl3 6W T5 T4
...1 492190... or ...N226 llw T4 T3
The equipment must be protected by fuse supply witch has a breaking capacity adjusted to the short circuit of the equipment.
72)PTB 03 ATEX 2086 X
Electro valve type : 0518 and l2l8
A fuse corresponding to the rated curront of the magnet (max. 3xlg according toIE;C 60127-2-l) or a motor protecting switch
with short-circuit or thermal instantaneous tripping (adjusted to rated current) must be connected in series to each magnet.
For very low rated currents of the magnet the fuse with the lowest current value according to the aforementioned IEC-
standard will be sufficient. This fuse may be accommodated inside the associated power supply unit or has to be connected in
series separately. The rated voltage of the fuse shall be the same as or higher than the rated voltage specified for the magnet.
The breaking capaclty of the fuse link shall be the same as or higher than the maximum short-circuit curent expected to
occur at the place of installation (normally 1500 A). For all magnets in direct current executiorq maximum permissible
ripples of20% are valid.
73) PTB 05 ATEX 2050 X
Electro valve tlpe : 14C80 and 14480
A fuse corresponding to the rated current of the magnet (max. 3xlg according toIE;C 60127-2-l) or a motor protecting switch
with short-circuit or thermal instantaneous tripping (adjusted to rated currenQ must be connected in series to each magnet.
For very low rated cwrents of the magnet the fuse with the lowest current value according to the aforementioned IEC-
standard will be suffrcient. This fuse may be accommodated inside the associated power supply unit or has to be connected in
series separately. The rated voltage of the fuse shall be the same as or higher than the rated voltage specified for the magnet.
The breaking capaclty of the fuse link shall be the same as or higher than the maximum short-circuit current expected to
occur at the place of installation (normally 1500 A). For all magnets in direct current execution, maximum permissible
ripples of20%o are valid.
If the connection occur in a potentially explosive atrnosphere, the cable shall be connected in a terminal box in a type of
protection in accordance with Clause 1.2 of EN 50014.
74) BVS 03 ATEX E 163 X
Transmitter type: 2500
When muttiple Model 2500 transmitters are on a single DIN rail and the ambient temperature is above 45oC, the unit need to
be spaced at least 10mm apart.
75) SrRA 06 ATEX 1097 X
Cable Glands type: loF,42E...
All body components of the C**-Type and E**-Type Ranges shall be fully tightened using all available threads of
engagement until against their adjoining component part shoulder to maintain Ingress protection rating IP66.
The E**-Type Ranges ofcable glands shall not be used to terminate on braided cables in group I applications.
The cable gland ranges shall only be used where the temperature
,
at the point of entry, is in the following ranges:
Type A2F, A2E ranges ofcable glands: -60'C to +130oC
Type A2FRC ranges ofcable glands: -60"C to +l30oC
Type A2F-FC ranges ofcable glands: -60oC to +130'C
Type SS2K ranges ofcable glands: -60'C to +130oC
Type SS2KPB ranges ofcable glands: -60"C to +130oC
Type C** range ofcable glands: -60"C to +130'C
Type E** ranges ofcable glands: -60oC to +130'C
Type PX** ranges ofcable glands: -60oC to +100oC
compound filled.
Type PX** ranges ofcable glands: -60'C to +85'C
resin filled.
Type A4ERC range ofcable glands: -60oC to +130'C
All ranges of cable glands fitted with flameproof elastomeric seals are certihed with one specific size of FLP sealing ring per
gland size as supplied.
The C**-Type and E**-Type and PX**-Type Ranges used for terminating braided cables are only suitable for fxed
installations. Cables must be effectively clamped to prevent pulling or twisting.
The A2F, A2E, SS2K & SS2KPB size20s/16 cable entries are only suitable for fixed installations. Cables must be effectively
clamped to prevent pulling or twisting.
The entry component threads may need additional sealing to maintain the ingress protection rating as applicable to the
associated equipment in which it will be attached.
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The Type PXB2KW gland is to be protected from hydraulic fluids, oils and greases when applied for Group I use.
When the A2F, A2E, A2FRC, A2F-FC, SS2KB, Type C**, Type E** and Type PX** ranges of cable glands are supplied
with an entry thread that is one size up from the nominal gland size, designated with the letter 'B' after the gland size, e.g.
32BEIFWIRA, they shall not be used with any adaptor device.
When assembled for fitting to flexible conduit, the conduit shall be effectively clamped to prevent twisting and pulling.
76) SrRA 09 ATEX 2289X
CNG/Combi Hub
The ambient temperature range for the Intrinsically Safe CNG/Combi Hub PCB Assembly M09100 is -55oC to +60'C.
The printed circuit board is not protected against unauthorised interference as required by Claus 6.1 ofIEC 60079-ll:2006;
therefore it shall be installed inside the enclosure of another piece of equipment that affords a degree of protection (minimum
IP20) suitable for the application e.g. at least IP23 as required by EN 13617:2004 when used in fuel dispensing equipment.
It the enclosure of the equipment is made from a plastics material, the it shall comply with the requirements for electrostatic
charges of enclosures of plastics material in clause 7.3 of IEC 60079-0:2004; in addition, when the equipment is in a plastic
enclosure, it shall not be used in a position where it may be subjected to an excessive airlfluid flow or be subjected to rubbing
that may cause an electrostatic build-up unless, by virtue of its shape, design and position of use, it is assessed that it is not an
electrostatic risk.
If the enclosure of the equipment is made from metal, then it shall comply with the requirements for enclosures containing
light metal in clause 8 of IEC 60079-0:2004.
The circuits shall be provided with a creepage and clearance distance of at least 1.5 mm in accordance with clause 6.3 of IEC
60079-11:2006-
When installed within a suitable enclosure, the equipment shall be capable of withstanding the 500 V insulation test required
by Clause 6.3.12 of IEC 60079-ll:2006.
77) IBExUOS ATEX rr54 U
End termination for parallel heaters
The use of the end termination must be separately considered and confirmed in the examination of the heating system. The
operating temperature must not exceed 85
" C. The extended operating temperature range can be restricted corresponding to
the used heating cables.
Only approved heating cables shall be used according Directive 94l9lEC with the permissible current load. The conditions
and safety notes in the EC type examination certificate must be observed.
During installation, the integrity ofthe silicone tube and adherence ofisolation distances is to ensure
78) TUV rT 11 ATEX 0012 X
Electric Motor
l) The ancillary equipment located within the terminal compartunent has a maximum temperature of use
<
85oC.
2) Power cable with maximum service temperature of not less than 10fC. The ancillary equipment located within the
terminal comparfinent must have operating temperature 95oC or
>
must be installed outside the engine and secure
with one of the types of protection mentioned in EN 60079-0 or located in a safe area-
79) SIRA 12 ATEX 6058X
Electronic proportional valve
The extemal circuit supplying the coil shall be protected by a fuse rated for 250V and 15004. current breaking capaclty.
This equipment does not meet the necessary impact tes! cable pull test, resistance to light test and the anti-electrostatic
requirements of standards, it shall therefore be housed in an enclosure that provides the necessary protection against a 7J
impact, excessive strain on the integral cable, exposure to W light and rubbing to avoid build-up of ellctrostatic .h*g..
The maximum fluid pressure in the valve shall not exceed l0bar.
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80) PTB 04 ATEX 4002
Vapour recovery pump MEX 0544
The vacuum pump may be used only in vapour recovery device of gas stations for the extraction of fuel vapour/air mixtures.
The vacuum pump is to be grounded.
When using the vacuum pump as flame fail-safe device in gas recovery lines and ignition on the nozzle, following maximum
hose and tube lengths are allowed betweennozzle and vacuum pump:
a) Vapour recovery hose with an inside diameter of
< 10 mm in the coaxial tube
<
6 m, or optional
b) Coaxial hose<6m outside diameter<38 mm, togetherwithadownstreampipe DN 15 (%)<3 m.
The ambient temperature and the temperature at the inlet may not exceed 60oc.
In addition to the atrnospheric conditions apply for the vapour recovery pumps type "MEX 0544" following special
conditions in the exhaust
PiPe:
. Temperature of the mixture flow rate: 95
o
C + 5 K
o
Maximum operating pressure to afinosphere: 150 mbar (150 hPa).
8r) PTB 01 ATEX 5004
Vapour recovery pump MEX 083 I - l0 and MEX 083 t - I I
The vapour recovery pump types
*MEX
0331-l0"or. "MEX 0831-ll"may be used only in vapour recovery device ofgas
The vapour recovery pump types,,MEX 0331-l0"or.,,MEX 0831-ll"are to be electrostatically grounded.
The flame arrester (and enclosing devices) must check in reasonable intervals, especially for contamination and corrosion and
if necessary to clean or replace.
The operating temperature in the outlet line must not exceed 95
oc
* 5 K.
The operating temperature in the outlet line must not exceed 95
oc
* 5 K.
The operating pressure in the exhaust line compared with afinospheric pressure must not exceed 150 mbar (150 hPa).
When using the gas recovery pump types 'MEX 0331-10" or "MEX 0831-11' as a protection system, it must also complied
with the following conditions or meets:
- maximum hose and tube lengths between valve and gas recovery pump
- a) Gas recovery hose with intemal diameter of
<
l0 mm in the coarial tube
<
6 m, or
- b) Coaxial hose with diameter of
<
38 mnu length
<
6 m
along with a downstream raw pipe DN 15 (G %), length S 3 m.
- Combustible gases or liquids incruted in the operation have explosion groups IIA with a standard gap width of >
0,9mm.
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