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SPECIFICATION

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DATE
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05.08.15

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................... 3

2.0

PROJECT SCOPE................................................................................................................. 3

2.1. GENERAL REQUIREMENT........................................................................................................ 4


3.0

PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.............................................................................................. 4

4.0

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER (GAUGE / DIFFERENTIAL)....................................................5

4.1. STATIC PRESSURE COMPENSATION & DISPLAY/OUTPUT...........................................................5


4.1.1. Modular Design............................................................................................................ 5
4.1.2. Advanced Display......................................................................................................... 5
4.1.3. Intuitive MMI Configuration........................................................................................... 5
4.1.4. Polarity Insensitivity...................................................................................................... 5
4.1.5. Total Performance........................................................................................................ 5
5.0

TRANSMITTER METER BODY AND ELECTRONICS..........................................................6

5.1. METER BODY & SENSING ELEMENT........................................................................................ 6


5.1.1. Sensor Technology:...................................................................................................... 6
5.1.2. Sensor Materials (Wetted & Non-Wetted):...................................................................6
5.1.3. Vent/Drain:................................................................................................................... 6
5.1.4. Process Connections:.................................................................................................. 7
5.1.4.1. Bolt Type & Materials:............................................................................................................7
5.1.4.2. Sensor Ranges & Span Capabilities:....................................................................................7

6.0

TRANSMITTER..................................................................................................................... 8

6.1. ELECTRONICS SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................... 8


6.2. HOUSING:.............................................................................................................................. 9
6.3. TRANSMITTER INDICATOR....................................................................................................... 9
6.4. DIAGNOSTICS:....................................................................................................................... 9
6.4.1. Non-Critical Diagnostics:............................................................................................10
6.4.2. Critical Diagnostics:.................................................................................................... 10
6.5. ADVANCED FEATURES:......................................................................................................... 10
6.5.1. Transmitter Messaging:.............................................................................................. 11
7.0

PERFORMANCE & OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................11

7.1. ACCURACY.......................................................................................................................... 11
7.2. TOTAL PERFORMANCE.......................................................................................................... 11
7.2.1. Response Time.......................................................................................................... 12
7.2.2. Stability....................................................................................................................... 12
7.2.3. Turndown................................................................................................................... 12
7.2.4. Recommended Calibration Frequency.......................................................................12
7.2.5. Other Operating Specifications...................................................................................12
7.2.6. Physical Specifications...............................................................................................13
8.0

TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTERS.....................................................................................13

8.1. GENERAL:........................................................................................................................... 13
8.1.1. Ambient Temperature Compensation & Display/Output.............................................13
8.1.2. Modular Design:......................................................................................................... 13
8.1.3. Advanced Displays:.................................................................................................... 13
8.1.4. Intuitive MMI/Configuration:........................................................................................14
8.1.5. Polarity Insensitivity:................................................................................................... 14
8.1.6. Total Performance:..................................................................................................... 14
8.2. TRANSMITTER................................................................................................................. 14
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8.2.1. Input Sensor Type:..................................................................................................... 14


8.2.2. Input Sensor Type Range and Performance Specifications:......................................14
8.2.3. Electronics Specifications...........................................................................................15
8.2.4. Housing:..................................................................................................................... 16
8.2.5. Transmitter Indicator................................................................................................... 16
8.2.6. Diagnostics:................................................................................................................ 16
8.3. ADVANCED FEATURES:......................................................................................................... 17
8.3.1. Transmitter Messaging:.............................................................................................. 17
8.3.2. Maintenance Mode Indication:....................................................................................17
8.3.3. Maintenance Mode Indication:....................................................................................18
8.3.4. Tamper Alerts:............................................................................................................ 18
8.3.5. Sensor Break detection:.............................................................................................18
8.3.6. Sensor Resistance Display:.......................................................................................18
8.3.7. Loop current modes:.................................................................................................. 18
8.4. PERFORMANCE & OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................18
8.4.1. Accuracy..................................................................................................................... 18
8.4.2. Response Time.......................................................................................................... 18
8.4.3. Stability....................................................................................................................... 19
8.4.4. Other Operating Specifications...................................................................................19
8.4.5. Physical Specifications...............................................................................................19
9.0

CLASSIFICATIONS CERTIFICATES & APPROVALS........................................................19

9.1. PRESSURE AND DP TRANSMITTERS - HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATIONS & APPROVAL


AGENCIES.................................................................................................................................. 19
9.2. TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTERS - HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATIONS & APPROVAL AGENCIES 20
9.2.1. SIL rating.................................................................................................................... 20
9.3. WARRANTY......................................................................................................................... 21
10.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE.................................................................................................. 21

11.0

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT.......................................................................................21

12.0

IDENTIFICATION AND MARKINGS...............................................................................22

13.0

CERTIFICATION............................................................................................................. 22

14.0

SERVICES....................................................................................................................... 22

14.1. TRAINING.......................................................................................................................... 22
14.2. CONFIGURATION SERVICES................................................................................................ 23
14.3. INSTALLATION SERVICES.................................................................................................... 23
14.4. HARDWARE MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................23

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1.0 Introduction
The overall objective of the project is to upgrade the existing Field
Instrumentation of the TAWKE CPF wellhead and the provision of full
SCADA system.
2.0 Project Scope
The intent of this specification is to define the minimum requirements and
give recommendation for the instrument upgrade of the whole TAWKE
CPF wellheads.
The works shall involve all that is necessary and incidental to the
successful change out of all instruments and commissioning of the
SCADA system as part of the work scope.
2.1. General Requirement
This specification is general and all instruments/systems included may not
be required for the package in question. Only the portion related to the
instruments/systems included in the scope of supply of Contractor for a
particular package.
The detailed scope of work, specific job requirements, exclusions,
deviations, additions etc. if any, will be indicated in the material requisition,
equipment or plant specifications and addendum to this specification.
This specification provides only the qualitative specifications of commonly
used instruments. Instruments not covered in this specification shall be
submitted by the bidder for approval.
Contractor shall be fully responsible for design, material selection, sizing
and selection of the proper instruments for their system. The compliance
to this specification does not absolve the vendor of the responsibility
towards contractual obligations with regards to completeness, proper
selection, satisfactory operation and easy maintenance of the unit.
All equipment supplied shall be of field proven quality both with respect to
design and materials. Prototype instruments or instruments of an
experimental nature shall not be offered or supplied.
3.0

Pressure Measurement
Pressure transmitters shall be built on an application proven sensor
technology capable of providing accurate and stable pressure
measurement with internal temperature and static pressure compensation.
In addition to compliance with the following detailed specifications,
transmitters shall be of industrial quality offering integration, maintenance
and operational savings based on advanced features such as:

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Pressure Transmitter (Gauge / Differential)

4.1. Static Pressure Compensation & Display/Output


Differential pressure transmitters shall be internally corrected for static
pressure shifts with the static pressure value available for transmission
via HART protocol and available on the device local display.
4.1.1. Modular Design
Transmitters shall be of a modular design supporting the replacement of
electronics modules (communications/protocol cards, terminal boards, &
displays) in the field without the need to remove power in all electrical
environments (general purpose, increased safety and intrinsically safe)
except flame proof where agency codes do not permit the housings to be
opened. To enable maintenance and operational savings, transmitter
modularity must support simple field replacements without device removal
or process shutdown.
4.1.2. Advanced Display
Displays capable of multiple views, custom engineering units, trending and
bar graph views and supportive of advanced applications such as
transmitter messaging and maintenance mode indications shall be
optionally available and easily added in the field after installation without
process interruption.
4.1.3. Intuitive MMI Configuration
The combination of display technology and external interface buttons must
support the ability to easily configure devices in the field without the use of
a handheld field communicator.
In addition configuration shall also be accomplished via:

Handheld field device capable of communicating both HART and


DE protocols.
Device management software able to utilize either DTM or
DD/EDDL configuration files.

4.1.4. Polarity Insensitivity


To avoid unnecessary field rework on start-up, transmitters shall not only
be protected from, but also insensitive to reverse polarity connections.
Reverse wiring shall not affect the performance of the transmitters
eliminating post installation re-work.
4.1.5. Total Performance
Transmitters shall be capable of total performance specifications of up to .
12% of span when running at elevated process conditions with transmitter
turndown at 5:1, temperature deviations up to 50oC and static pressures
(differential pressure units) of up to 1000 psig.
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Transmitter Meter Body and Electronics

Meter Body & Sensing Element

5.1.1. Sensor Technology:


The transmitter sensor technology shall be piezo-resistive sensor
technology capable of providing embedded temperature and static
pressure (differential pressure models) compensation to correct for errors
due to process temperature and static pressure variations.
5.1.2. Sensor Materials (Wetted & Non-Wetted):
Sensor fill fluid shall be standard Silicone DC 200 oil.
All non-wetted materials shall be a minimum of 316SS.
Wetted materials such as the process diaphragm(s) shall be a minimum of
316L SS with optional materials available for the diaphragm and process
heads (flanges) as follows:
Optional Wetted Materials - Diaphragms
Hastelloy C 276
Gold Plated 316L SS
Monel 400
Gold Plated Hastelloy C-276
Tantalum
Gold Plated Monel 400
Optional Materials - Head (Flange)
Zinc Plated Carbon Steel
Hastelloy C -276
316 SS
Monel 400
Optional Materials Gaskets/O-rings:
Teflon/Glass filled PTFE Standard
Viton - Optional
Graphite Optional

5.1.3. Vent/Drain:
Where applicable vent/drains shall be available on the end or the face of
the process heads with material to match the process heads except
carbon steel will be 316SS. The vent/drain may be selected as either
standard or center vents (for directing process venting and or draining via
separately applied tubing).

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5.1.4. Process Connections:


1.0

Bolt Type & Materials:


Nut/Bolt Material
Carbon Steel
316 SS
Grade 660 (NACE
A286) & 304SS NACE
nuts
Grade 660 (NACE
A286) Bolts & Nuts
Monel K500
Super Duplex
B 7M

2.0

Differential
Yes
Yes
Yes

Gauge Pressure
Yes
Yes
Yes

Absolute Pressure
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Sensor Ranges & Span Capabilities:


Transmitters shall be available with up to 400:1 and no less than 100:1 turndown
capability.
Differential Pressure:

Gauge Pressure:

URL H2O

LRL H2O

Max Span

Min Span

URL/Max

(mbar)

(mbar)

H2O (mbar)

H2O (mbar)

Span psi

LRL psi (bar)

Min Span

(bar)

Turn
down

10 (25.0)

-10 (-25.0)

10 (25.0)

0.1 (0.25)

500 (35)

-14.7 (-1.0)

5 (.35)

100:1

400 1000)

-400 (-1000)

400 (1000)

1.0 (2.5)

3000 (210)

-14.7 (-1.0)

30 (2.1)

100:1

psi (bar)

psi (bar)

psi (bar)

psi (bar)

6000 (420)

-14.7 (-1.0)

60 (4.2)

100:1

100 (7.0)

-100 (-7.0)

100 (7.0)

1 (0.07)

10000 (690)

-14.7 (-1.0))

100 (6.9)

100:1

3000 (210)

-100 (-7.0)

3000 (210)

30 (2.1)

Absolute Pressure:
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MAWP

mmHgA
(mbarA)

URL mmHgA (mbarA)

LRL mmHgA (mbarA)

Min Span mm HgA (mbarA)

780 (1040)

0 (0)

50 (65.0)

psia (barA)

psi (barA)

psi (barA)

500 (35)

0 (0)

5 (.35)

500 (35)

3000 (210)

0 (0)

30 (2.1)

3000 (210)

6.0

6.1.

780 (1040)

psia

(barA)

Transmitter

Electronics Specifications
Electronic modules shall be designed for easy field removal and
replacement without requiring a process shutdown. Replacement shall not
affect the accuracy or performance of the transmitter.
Specification
Outputs
Output Types/Availability
Supply Voltage
Load Capability (HART/DE)
Wiring
Supply Effect (HART/DE)
Output Failure Modes
(user configurable)
Failure Modes
(configurable)
Turn On Time
Speed of Response (HART/DE)
Electronics Update Rate

Value
4-20mAdc, HART 7
4-20mAdc:
HART 7 & Fieldbus:

Primary Process Variable (PV) Only


PV, SV (Meter Body Temp), TV
Static Press, ET (Electronics Temp)
Digitally Enable (DE): PV, SV (Meter Body Temp)
10.8 to 42.4 Vdc HART/DE, 9.0 to 32 Vdc Fieldbus
RLmax = 45.6 x (Power Supply Voltage 10.8)
Device terminals shall accept up to 16 AWG wire
+/-0.005% of span per volt
Standard
NAMUR
3.8 20.8 mAdc
3.8 20.5 mAdc
Standard
NAMUR
<3.6 mAdc and >21 mAdc
<3.6 mAdc and >21 mAdc
DE or HART Devices 2.5 seconds
Foundation Fieldbus Host/configuration dependant
Differential pressure 90ms, Gauge & Absolute Pressure
80ms
50/sec or 20ms

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Damping (HART/DE)
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Lightning Protection

Polarity Protection/Insensitivity
Write Protection
Tamper Alerts
Output Conformance

6.2.

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Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds


IEC 61326-1 and IEC 61326-3-1
Leakage Current: 10uA @42.4Vdc 93oC
Impulse Ratings:
8/20uS
5000A (>10 strikes)
10000A (1 strike min.)
10/1000uS 200A (>30 strikes)
HART, DE, & Foundation Fieldbus transmitters shall all be
insensitive to polarity. Transmitter shall not only be protected
from improper polarity, but must also function properly without
the need to re-wire.
Standard - User enabled via jumper and/or software
Standard Tamper alerts available via HART protocol
Square Root or Linear (advanced display can be set
separately from the transmitter 4-20mAdc output)

Housing:
The housing shall be optionally available with 3 external buttons to permit
setting zero, span and full transmitter configuration without any limitation
to the below ratings or electrical classifications as stated in section 5.1.
Specification
Materials
Coating
Environmental ratings

6.3.

Value
Low Copper (<0.6%) Aluminum standard
316 SS optional (ASTM A351 Grade CF8M)
Pure Polyester Powder Coating
Complies with NEMA 4X, NEMA 7, IP66 & IP67

Transmitter Indicator
The transmitter shall be available with either a basic or advanced indicator
capable of supporting local menu driven zero and span setting as well as
full transmitter configuration without the need for a hand held device when
above configuration buttons are specified. Both indicator types shall also
support local diagnostic messages. Advanced displays shall also support
advanced features as described in section 3.2.5 below.
Specification
Type
Indicator Size
Character Size
Mounting Type
Mounting Position
Display Languages
Measurement Units

Advanced Display
Graphic LCD
0.875 H x 1.375 W
Varies depending on display selection
Modular Plug in
0, 90, 180, & 270o
English, French, German, Italian,
Russian, Spanish & Turkish
Pa, Kpa, MPa, KGcm2, Torr, ATM,
inH2O,mH2O, bar,mbar, inH2O, inHG,

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Decimal Places
Available Display
Number of Available
Displays
Display Rotation Timing

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FTH2O,mmH2O, mmHG, psi, %, L/hr,


L/min, gal/hr, gal/min and Custom Units.
Up to 3 decimals
Large PV, Bar Graph and Trend
Up to eight rotating displays
Configurable 3 to 30 seconds

6.4. Diagnostics:
The transmitter shall provide the following standard diagnostics available
via HART Protocol using DDs or DTM tools, or the transmitter advanced
or basic displays as indicated.

6.4.1. Non-Critical Diagnostics:


HART DD/DTM TOOLS
Display Failure
Electronic
Module
Communication
Failure
Meter
Body
Excess
Correct
Sensor Over Temperature
Fixed Current Mode
PV out of Range
No Factory Calibration
NO DAC Compensation
LRV Set error Zero
Config Button
URV Set error Span
Config Button
AO Out of range

Advance Display
n/a

Basic Display
n/a

n/a

n/a

Zero Correct (OK or Excessive)


Span correct (Ok or Excessive)
Meter body Temp (ok or Excessive)
Analog out mode (Fixed or Normal)
Primary PV (OK or Overload)
Factory Cal (OK, No Factory Cal)
DAC Temp Comp. (OK, No
Compensation)

n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Loop Current Noise


Meter Body Unreliable
Comm
Tamper Alarm

n/a

n/a

Meter Body Comm (OK, Suspect)

n/a

n/a

n/a

No DAC Calibration
Sensor Supply Voltage
Low

n/a

n/a

Supply Voltage (OK, Low or High)

n/a

6.4.2. Critical Diagnostics:


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HART DD/DTM TOOLS
Advance Display
Electronic Module DAC
Electronics Module Fault
Failure
Meter Body NVM Corrupt
Meter Body Fault
Config Data Corrupt

Electronics Module Fault

Electronic
Module
Electronics Module Fault
Diagnostic Failure
Meter Body Critical Failure Meter Body Fault
Sensor Comm timeout
Meter Body Comm Fault

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Basic Display
Electronics
Module
Fault
Meter Body Fault
Electronics
Module
Fault
Electronics
Module
Fault
Meter Body Fault
Meter Body Comm Fault

6.5. Advanced Features:


The transmitter electronics shall support the following maintenance and
operational advanced features.
6.5.1. Transmitter Messaging:
Standard HART Protocol transmitters shall support the ability to locally
display on the advanced display 32 character messages sent from HART
7 compatible Hosts.
Maintenance Mode Indication: When used in conjunction with a
Honeywell Experion control system HART and Foundation Fieldbus
transmitters shall provide the ability to indicate on their local advanced
display when the device and associated loop parameters are in a mode
safe for maintenance.
Tamper Alerts: In addition to standard software and/or hardware write
protection the transmitter shall also provide, via HART protocol
transmission, alerts regarding changes or attempted changes to the
transmitter configuration and or write protect status.
7.0

7.1.

PERFORMANCE & OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS


The published performance specifications shall be based on conformance
to 3 (Cpk 1.0).
Accuracy
Models shall be available with accuracy capabilities up to the following
levels by device type:

Measurement Type
Differential
Pressure
Gauge Pressure

High Performance
Units
(Standard
Accuracy)

High Performance
Units
(HIgh Accuracy)

0.0375% of Span

0.025% of Span

0.0550% of Span

0.025% of Span

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0.025% of Span

7.2. Total Performance


Total performance of the devices shall include temperature and static
pressure (DP units) compensation and shall be up to the following values
with transmitter turndown set for 5:1, temperature shifts up to 50 oF (28oC)
and static pressure shifts up to 1000 psig. Devices shall contain internal
sensing capability for both temperature and static pressure compensation.
Manufacturer shall provide a PC based software program capable of
calculating the transmitter total performance specifications at customer
selected ranges, temperatures and static pressures.

7.2.1. Response Time


Response Time shall include any transmitter dead time as well as the time
of one time constant (Td + Tc) for response to a full scale step change as
follows. Separately the transmitter electronics update rate shall be
50/second or 20ms.
Measurement Type
Differential
Pressure
Gauge Pressure
Absolute Pressure

Response Time (Td + Tc) (all Units)


(Td + Tc) = 90ms
(Td + Tc) = 80ms
(Td + Tc) = 80ms

7.2.2. Stability
Stability shall be specified based on a percent of span shift per year as
follows:
Measurement Type
Differential
Pressure
Gauge Pressure

High Performance Units Stability


(% of span)
0.01%/year for ten years
0.015%/year for ten years

7.2.3. Turndown
Transmitters shall have turndown capabilities up to the following limits:
Measurement Type

High Performance Unit

Standard Performance Units

Differential Pressure

400:1

100:1

Gauge Pressure

100:1

100:1

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100:1

7.2.4. Recommended Calibration Frequency


Based on accuracy and stability specifications transmitters shall have the
following recommended calibration frequencies: Every 4 Years.
7.2.5. Other Operating Specifications
Specification

Value

Ambient Temperature Limits


Process Temperature Limits
(at meter body)
Relative Humidity
Vibration Effect

-40 to +85C

Electromagnetic Compatibility
Mounting Effects
Zero Effect with Position ( In
H2O per 90)

According to IEC 61326-1 and 61326-3-1

-40 to +125C
0 to 100% RH
Less than 0.1% of URL w/o damping

1.8 inches of H2O

7.2.6. Physical Specifications


Specification

Value

Typical
OD
Dimensions,
Inches (mm)
Typical Weight, Pounds (KG)

7.83 (198.8) H x 4.96 (125.0) W x 4.33


(110.0)D
8.3 (3.8)
Wall or 2 pipe bracket (zinc plated carbon
steel or 304 SS)
304SS Laser Etched

Mounting
Instrument Tag (Permanent)
Approvals (Permanent)
Customer Tag(s) Wired On

8.0
8.1.

304SS Silk Screened


Up to two 304SS Laser Etched Optional
Tags with two lines of 26 characters

Temperature Transmitters

General:
Transmitters shall be built on robust technology capable of providing
accurate and stable temperature measurement with internal ambient/cold
junction temperature compensation. In addition to compliance with the
following detailed specifications, transmitters shall be of industrial quality
offering integration, maintenance and operational savings based on
advanced features such as:

8.1.1. Ambient Temperature Compensation & Display/Output


Temperature transmitters shall be internally corrected for ambient
temperature with the CJ value available for transmission via HART
protocol and available on the device local display.
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8.1.2. Modular Design:


Transmitters shall be of a modular design supporting the replacement of
electronics modules (communications/protocol cards, terminal boards, &
displays) in the field without the need to remove power in all electrical
environments (general purpose, increased safety and intrinsically safe)
except flame proof where agency codes do not permit the housings to be
opened. To enable maintenance and operational savings, transmitter
modularity must support simple field replacements without device removal
or process shutdown.
8.1.3. Advanced Displays:
Displays capable of multiple views, custom engineering units, trending and
bar graph views and supportive of advanced applications such as
transmitter messaging and maintenance mode indications shall be
optionally available and easily added in the field after installation without
process interruption.
It shall be possible to program the display tagline freely with any
information like tag number, process location etc.
8.1.4. Intuitive MMI/Configuration:
The combination of display technology and external interface buttons must
support the ability to easily configure devices in the field without the use of
a handheld field communicator.
In addition configuration shall also be accomplished via:
Handheld field device capable of communicating both HART and
DE protocols.
Device management software able to utilize either DTM or
DD/EDDL configuration files.
8.1.5. Polarity Insensitivity:
To avoid unnecessary field rework on start-up, transmitters shall not only
be protected from, but also insensitive to reverse polarity connections.
Reverse loop wiring shall not affect the performance of the transmitters
eliminating post installation re-work.
8.1.6. Total Performance:
Transmitters shall be capable of total performance specifications of up to .
05% of span when running at 200 C process conditions with RTD Input
type at an ambient temperature of 30oC.

8.2. TRANSMITTER
8.2.1. Input Sensor Type:

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The transmitter shall have universal Input Capability and shall be having
built in Cold Junction compensation for TC Inputs and Ambient
temperature compensation to correct for errors due to variations in
ambient temperature from the reference temperature.
8.2.2. Input Sensor Type Range and Performance Specifications:
Sensor Type
RTD

Range Limits (Deg C)

Standard

Digital Accuracy

Output D/A Accuracy

Pt25
Pt100
Pt200
Pt500
Pt 1000
Thermocouple

-200
-200
-200
-200
-200

850
850
850
850
300

IEC751:1990 (=0.00385)
IEC751:1990 (=0.00385)
IEC751:1990 (=0.00385)
IEC751:1990 (=0.00385)
IEC751:1990 (=0.00385)

0.5
0.1
0.2
0.12
0.1

0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%

B
E
J
K
N
R
S
T
Other Types
Millivolts
Millivolts
Ohms
Ohms
Ohms

100
-200
-200
-200
-200
-50
-50
-250

1820
1000
1200
1370
1300
1760
1760
400

IEC 584
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)
IEC 584-1 (ITS-90)

0.6
0.2
0.25
0.25
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.2

0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%

-100
-20
0
0
0

1200
125
500
2000
3000

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

0.12 mV
0.015 mV
0.2 Ohms
0.3 Ohms
0.45 Ohms

0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%
0.0050%

Dual Input type transmitters shall support various loop current modes like
Redundant,
Differential,
Averaging,
Split
range
temperature
measurements. Temperature transmitter shall be suitable for mixed input
sensors such RTD-TC for the dual input variants.
8.2.3. Electronics Specifications
Electronic modules shall be designed for easy field removal and
replacement without requiring a process shutdown. Replacement shall not
affect the accuracy or performance of the transmitter.
Specification
Outputs
Output Types/Availability
Supply Voltage
Load Capability (HART/DE)
Wiring
Supply Effect (HART/DE)
Output Failure Modes

Value
4-20mAdc, HART 7,
4-20mAdc:
Primary Process Variable (PV) Only
HART 7 : PV- Loop PV, SV CJ, TV Sensor 1 , QV Sensor 2
DE PV- Loop PV ; SV - CJ
10.8 to 42.4 Vdc HART, IS Versions limited to 30V DC/DE,13.8 to 42.4
Vdc IS Version limited to 30VDC; Fieldbus 9 TO 32 VDC
RLmax = 1440 Ohms HART / 1300 Ohms DE
Device terminals shall accept up to 16 AWG wire
+/-0.005% of span per volt
Standard
NAMUR

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Failure Modes
(configurable)
Turn On Time
Speed of Response (HART/DE)
Electronics Update Rate
Damping (HART)
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Isolation (Galvanic)
Lightning Protection

Polarity Protection/Insensitivity
Write Protection
Tamper Alerts

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3.8 20.8 mAdc


3.8 20.5 mAdc
Standard
NAMUR
<3.6 mAdc and >21 mAdc
<3.6 mAdc and >21 mAdc
DE or HART Devices 2.5 seconds
Foundation Fieldbus Host/configuration dependant
Single Input 230msec , Dual Input -455msec
125msec for Single Input and 250 msec for Dual Input
Adjustable from 0 to 32 seconds
IEC 61326-3-1
2000Vdc (1400Vrms) Galvanic Isolation between inputs and output
Leakage Current: 10uA @42.4Vdc 85oC
Impulse Ratings:
8/20uS
5000A (>10 strikes)
10000A (1 strike min.)
10/1000uS 200A (>30 strikes)
HART, DE, & Foundation Fieldbus transmitters shall all be insensitive
to polarity. Transmitter shall not only be protected from improper
polarity, but must also function properly without the need to re-wire.
Standard - User enabled via jumper and/or software
Standard Tamper alerts available via HART protocol

8.2.4. Housing:
The housing shall be optionally available with 3 external buttons to permit
setting zero, span and full transmitter configuration without any limitation
to the below ratings or electrical classifications as stated in section 5.1.
Specification
Materials

Value
Low Copper (<0.6%) Aluminum standard
316 SS optional (ASTM A351 Grade CF8M)

Coating

Pure Polyester Powder Coating

Environmental ratings

Complies with NEMA 4X, NEMA 7, IP66 &


IP67

8.2.5. Transmitter Indicator


The transmitter shall be available with either a basic or advanced indicator
capable of supporting local menu driven zero and span setting as well as
full transmitter configuration without the need for a hand held device when
above configuration buttons are specified. Both indicator types shall also
support local diagnostic messages. Advanced displays shall also support
advanced features as described in section 3.2.5 below.
Specification
Type
Indicator Size
Character Size
Mounting Type
Mounting Position
Display Languages

Advanced Display
Graphic LCD
0.875 H x 1.375 W
Varies depending on display selection
Modular Plug in
0, 90, 180, & 270o
English,
French,
German,
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Decimal Places
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Russian, Spanish & Turkish


Deg C,F,K,R
Up to 3 decimals
Large PV, Bar Graph and Trend
Up to eight rotating displays
Configurable 3 to 30 seconds

8.2.6. Diagnostics:
The transmitter shall provide the following standard diagnostics available
via HART Protocol using DDs or DTM tools, or the transmitter advanced
or basic displays as indicated.
Critical Diagnostics
Sensor Module Fault
Communications Module Fault
Sensor Communications Fault
Input 1 Fault
Input 2 Fault

Non Critical Diagnostics (for Advanced Display only)


Cal 1 Correct
Cal 2 Correct
Sensor Temperature
Sensor 1 Health
Sensor 2 Health
Input 1 Range
Input 2 Range
CJ Range
Input 1
Input 2
Input 1 TB6 (for RTD types only)
Input 2 TB8 (for RTD types only)
Factory Calibration
Loop Supply Voltage
Communications Module Temperature
DAC Temperature Compensation
Sensor Communications
Display Setup

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8.3. Advanced Features:


The transmitter electronics shall support the following maintenance and
operational advanced features.
8.3.1. Transmitter Messaging:
Standard HART Protocol transmitters shall support the ability to locally
display on the advanced display 32 character messages sent from HART
7 compatible Hosts.
8.3.2. Maintenance Mode Indication:
When used in conjunction with a Honeywell Experion control system
HART and Foundation Fieldbus transmitters shall provide the ability to
indicate on their local advanced display when the device and associated
loop parameters are in a mode safe for maintenance.
8.3.3. Maintenance Mode Indication:
When used in conjunction with a HART and Foundation Fieldbus
transmitters shall provide the ability to indicate on their local advanced
display when the device and associated loop parameters are in a mode
safe for maintenance.
8.3.4. Tamper Alerts:
In addition to standard software and/or hardware write protection the
transmitter shall also provide, via HART protocol transmission, alerts
regarding changes or attempted changes to the transmitter configuration
and or write protect status.
8.3.5. Sensor Break detection:
It shall be possible to detect sensor open condition till the terminal level in
the transmitter to minimize the time to fix the sensor open issues in the
field.
8.3.6. Sensor Resistance Display:
It shall be possible to display the value of sensor resistance in the local
display in order to avoid potential field trip to check the sensor resistance
during reading mismatch or sensor health check-up.
8.3.7. Loop current modes:
In case of dual input temperature transmitters it shall support the following
measurement modes:
Redundant, Averaging, Differential, Sensor 1, Sensor 2, Dual range
switching

8.4. PERFORMANCE & OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS

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The published performance specifications shall be based on conformance


to 3 (Cpk 1.0).
8.4.1. Accuracy
Models shall be available with accuracy capabilities up to the following
levels by Input sensor type.
Input Sensor Type

Digital Accuracy

Output D/A Accuracy

RTD Pt 100

0.1 Deg C

0.005% of span

TC Type K

0.25Deg C

0.005% of span

8.4.2. Response Time


Response Time shall include any transmitter dead time as well as the time
of one time constant (Td + Tc) for response to a full scale step change as
follows. Separately the transmitter electronics update rate shall be 125
msec or 250ms for single and dual sensor Input types.
Measurement Type

Response Time (Td + Tc) (all units)

Single Input type

Td + Tc = 230ms

Dual Input Type

Td + Tc = 455ms

8.4.3. Stability
Stability shall be specified based on a percent of span shift per year as
follows:
Measurement Type
Temperature RTD/TC Input type

(% of span)
0.01%/year for ten years

8.4.4. Other Operating Specifications


Specification

Value

Ambient Temperature Limits

-40 to + 85oC

Relative Humidity

0 to 100% RH

Vibration Effect

IEC 60771

Electromagnetic Compatibility

According to IEC 61326-3-1

8.4.5. Physical Specifications


Specification

Value

Typical OD Dimensions, inches (mm)

5.56 (141.24)H x 4.33 (110.0)W x 4.95 (125.91)D

Typical Weight, pounds (Kg)

2.7 (1.22)

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Mounting

Wall or 2 pipe bracket (Zinc plated carbon steel or


316 SS)

Instrument Tag (Permanent)

304 SS Laser Etched

Approvals Tag (Permanent)

304 SS Silk Screened

Customer Tag(s) (Wired on)

Up to two 304 SS Laser Etched Optional tags with


four lines of 26 characters per line

9.0

9.1.

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LEVEL INSTRUMENTS

Radar gauge technical requirements


The level radar gauge shall meet following requirements:
Accuracy: Instrument shall have accuracy at least of 0.5mm and a total
installed accuracy of 1mm over the full range.
The radar level gauge accuracy shall not be influenced by any product
characteristics (heavy turbulence or foam or contamination).
The radar level gauge shall use the full reflected signal for determining the
product level.
Transmitted microwave power: < 1mW EIRP.
Shall be provided with overfill Protection Output: Hi-Hi Alarm Output.
The radar level gauge shall be able to perform continuous self-calibration.
The radar gauge antenna shall have a measurement range of at least 40
meters.
Radar level gauge process connection should be flanged. Size of flanges
should be chosen by radar instrument vendor based on antenna type.
Flange sizes shall be 300# minimum.
Antennas type (parabolic, horn, planar etc. for radar level gauges should
be decided by vendor based on type of Tank, Process conditions and
should be vendors responsibility
Selection of Antennas type of material, shall take into account presence of
any vapors in the tank.
A stilling well will be provided by the tank supplier for radar type level
gauges in applications such as floating roof tanks, etc., based on vendors
recommendations.
The radar level gauge MTBF shall exceed 20 years.
The radar level gauge shall have self-diagnostic facility to check the status
of the gauge.

10.0
11.0
12.0

CLASSIFICATIONS CERTIFICATES & APPROVALS


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Pressure and DP Transmitters - Hazardous Area


Classifications & Approval Agencies
To support global installations transmitters shall be available with the
following agency approvals. All HART transmitters shall also be available
with SIL 2/3 as standard for example:

Approval/Certificate

Classification
Russia - Intrinsically Safe, NonSparking & Flameproof

GOST
COPSe
NEPSI

China IP ratings

KOSHA

Korea

CCoE

India

PED

European Pressure Directive

NACE

MR0175, MR0103, ISO15156

Material Traceability

EN 10204 Type 3.1

Certificate of Origin

Manufacturer Supplied

General Conformance Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

Calibration Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

Pressure Test Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

Oxygen Clean Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

12.2. Temperature Transmitters - Hazardous Area Classifications &


Approval Agencies
To support global installations transmitters shall be available with the
following agency approvals. All HART transmitters shall also be available
with SIL 2/3 as standard.
Approval/Certificate
GOST

Classification
Russia - Intrinsically Safe, Non-Sparking & Flameproof

COPSe
NEPSI

China IP ratings

KOSHA

Korea

CCoE

India

Certificate of Origin

Manufacturer Supplied

General Conformance Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

Calibration Certification

Manufacturer Supplied

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12.2.1. SIL rating


As standard all models with HART protocol shall be SIL capable in
accordance with IEC 61508 for single use in Safety Integrity Level 2 (SIL
2) applications. The development and software process shall also be
certified in accordance with SIL 3 requirements allowing the use of dual
redundant transmitters in SIL 3 applications. All certifications should be in
accordance with TUV NORD.

12.3. Warranty
Standard warranty associated with the transmitters shall be 1 year with the
ability when required to obtain multi-year warranty coverage of up to 15
years
13.0

Quality Assurance
Manufacturer shall conform to all ISO 9001:2008. Conformance shall be
by an accredited third party. Conformance shall include the design,
engineering and integrated supply chain components within the
manufacturers organization.
Manufacturers shall make available upon request their Corporate Quality
Policy and supporting certifications to the above requirements.
Manufacturers shall comply with all electrical safety approvals as outlined
in the document. Compliance shall include the agency requirements for
documentation and where applicable scheduled audits.

14.0

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT
For absolute and gauge pressure transmitters, the transmitter body shall
have a static pressure rating of 150% of the sensor upper range limit
(URL) at the operating temperature as specified on the data sheet.
Transmitter shall have minimum accuracy of 0.05% of the span.
Two wire 4-20mA with HART protocol superimposed and shall be user
selectable for linear or square root output.
Zero and span values can be set within the range. Span must be greater
than or equal to the minimum span.
Field signal indicator shall be provided with the transmitter as specified on
the data sheet. The field signal indicator shall be an LCD meter 4 ~ 20 mA
configured with linear response
Fill fluid shall be silicone oil as a minimum. If operating temperature is
higher than that of the silicone oil, the appropriate seal fluid shall be
recommended by the vendor to ensure proper operation of the transmitter.

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The measuring elements for the absolute and gauge pressure transmitters
shall be capable of withstanding the static pressure on either side of the
measuring element without causing any damage.
Vendor to provide quotation for Laptop and Handheld Calibrator for use in
calibration.
3Transmitters internals in contact with the process (wetted parts) shall be
316SS as a minimum. Diaphragm seal material shall be specified on the
data sheet or vendor can recommend a much better material
The enclosure shall be weather proof, dust tight in accordance with
ENEMA ICS and NEMA 250 Type 4X or IEC 60529 Type IP65 suitable for
the defined area class.
The equipment shall be immune to electro-magnetic interference and shall
comply with the requirements of IEC 61000 Parts 1 to 6.
15.0

IDENTIFICATION AND MARKINGS


Each piece of instrument supplied shall be supplied and identified by a
stainless steel nameplate permanently attached to the instrument with
either stainless steel screws or stainless steel wire.
The following information shall be supplied on the instrument
nameplate
Manufacturer
Model
Serial number
Instrument number
Pressure and Temperature of pressure- retaining parts
Operating range
Materials of spare parts exposed to the process fluid
Additionally the following shall also be listed in the nameplate, as
applicable
Voltage
Enclosure Class
Power Consumption

16.0

CERTIFICATION
Transmitters shall be factory calibrated and only be verified by installation
contractors. Vendor is required to provide the calibration certificates.
It is the Vendor's responsibility to ensure that all materials used in
manufacture (including that by sub-vendors) comply with the requirements
of the relevant specifications and that all documentation and specified
certificates are made available as requested.

17.0

SERVICES
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The vendor shall be capable of providing supporting services as detailed


in the following sections.

17.1. Training
The vendor shall provide standard training on all aspects of the SCADA,
either at vendor's premises, on-site or via a distance-learning program. In
addition, on-line training, embedded in the documentation, shall be
available.

17.2. Configuration Services


The vendor shall be able to supply all necessary configuration services if
required including controller configuration, database configuration, etc.

17.3. Installation Services


The vendor shall be able to provide installation services for the SCADA
including validation services if necessary.

17.4. Hardware Maintenance


The vendor shall be able to provide hardware maintenance and spare
parts support if required.
18.0

Environmental and Hazardous Area Protection


All field instruments shall be mounted above ground and shall have
environmental protection in accordance with IEC 60529, IP 66 minimum.
The finish shall be to the manufacturers standard suitable for the
environmental conditions.
Notwithstanding the hazard classification assigned to the area in which an
instrument is located (which is generally Zone 2) all instruments shall be:

Certified EExd, suitable for installation in a hazardous area classified as


Zone 1 Gr llC T6. Where suitable instruments are unavailable Intrinsically
Safe (I.S) techniques shall be employed i.e. EEx ib

Certified EEx ia in locations specified as Zone 0.


Certification shall be under ATEX or FM equivalent.
Intrinsically safe field instruments shall be loop powered via galvanically
isolated barriers located in system cabinets.
Intrinsically safe circuits shall be segregated from non-intrinsically safe
circuits in the marshalling cabinets
Except where authorized to the contrary by this Standard, other forms of
certification shall not be used.
Motorized/solenoid valves shall be certified EExd, suitable for Class 1
Zone 1 Gr llC T6, under ATEX or FM equivalent.
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Sun shields shall be provided for all electronic instrumentation exposed to


direct sun rays.

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