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PRE-INSTALLATION

MANUAL
SmartDGA

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Part No 515-0012-01
Revision A
July 2016
Contents

1 General........................................................................................................................... 7
1.1 Information about this Manual ............................................................................ 7
1.2 Legend ................................................................................................................... 7
1.3 Limit of Liability and Warranty ............................................................................ 7

2 Verification of Pre-Installation Tasks ........................................................................... 8

3 System Overview ........................................................................................................... 9


3.1 System Components.............................................................................................. 9
3.1.1 SmartDGA Instruments ..................................................................................... 9
3.1.2 SmartDGA EZHubTM Unit.................................................................................... 10
3.1.3 LumaSMART iCoreTM Controller (Optional) ....................................................... 10
3.1.4 NEMA 4X Enclosure (Optional) ......................................................................... 10
3.1.5 Sunshade (Optional) .......................................................................................... 11

4 Technical Specifications .............................................................................................. 13

5 Transformer and LTC Criteria ...................................................................................... 17


5.1 Transformer Criteria ............................................................................................ 17
5.2 LTC Criteria .......................................................................................................... 17

6 Plumbing ...................................................................................................................... 20
6.1 Transformer Valves ............................................................................................. 20
6.1.1 Drain Valve ........................................................................................................ 20
6.1.2 Fill Valve ............................................................................................................ 20
6.1.3 Ancillary Valves.................................................................................................. 20
6.2 SmartDGA Valve Kits........................................................................................... 21
6.2.1 Single Valve Kit (VA-1) ...................................................................................... 21
6.2.2 Dual Valve Kit (VA-2)......................................................................................... 21
6.2.3 Inline Valve Kit (VA-0) ....................................................................................... 22
6.2.4 Optional Extra Valve with Tee .......................................................................... 22

7 Mounting for the SmartDGA Instrument ................................................................... 23


7.1 Clearance around the Mounting Location ......................................................... 23
7.1.1 Minimum Clearances (at drain valve or mounting plate location) ................... 23
7.2 Criteria for Single Valve Mounting (VA-1) ......................................................... 24
7.2.1 Thread Type of the Drain Valve ........................................................................ 24

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7.3 Criteria for Dual Valve Mounting (VA-2)............................................................ 25
7.3.1 Thread Type of the Drain Valve ........................................................................ 25
7.3.2 Thread Type of the Return Valve ...................................................................... 25
7.3.3 Distance between the Drain Valve and Return Valve ....................................... 25
7.4 Criteria for Transformer Inline Mounting (VA-0)............................................... 26
7.4.1 Mounting Plate Support.................................................................................... 26
7.4.2 Thread Type of the Sample and Return Valves ................................................. 26
7.4.3 Distances to the Supply and Return Valves ....................................................... 26
7.5 Criteria for LTC Inline Mounting (VA-0) ............................................................. 27
7.5.1 Mounting Plate Support.................................................................................... 27
7.5.2 Thread Type of the Sample and Return Valves ................................................. 27

8 Tubing .......................................................................................................................... 29

9 Mounting for the EZHub ............................................................................................. 31


9.1 Mounting Type and Location .............................................................................. 31
9.2 Distance to the SmartDGA Instrument .............................................................. 32
9.3 Power for the EZHub ........................................................................................... 33

10 Mounting for the LumaSMART iCore (optional) ........................................................ 35


10.1 Mounting Type and Location .............................................................................. 35
10.2 Distance to the EZHub ......................................................................................... 36
10.3 Power for External Computer or iCore .............................................................. 37

11 Communications.......................................................................................................... 39
11.1.1 RS845 Connection.............................................................................................. 40
11.1.2 Ethernet Connection ......................................................................................... 40
11.1.3 Data Communications ....................................................................................... 42

12 Additional Mounting Examples .................................................................................. 43

13 Overview of Installation Services ............................................................................... 49


13.1 Installation........................................................................................................... 49
13.1.1 Provided by LumaSense ..................................................................................... 49
13.1.2 Not provided by LumaSense.............................................................................. 49
13.2 Commissioning .................................................................................................... 50
13.2.1 Provided by LumaSense ..................................................................................... 50
13.2.2 Not provided by LumaSense.............................................................................. 50

14 Tools Needed for Installation ..................................................................................... 51


14.1 Tools Provided by LumaSense ............................................................................ 51
14.2 Tools Not Provided by LumaSense ..................................................................... 51

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15 Drawings and Diagrams .............................................................................................. 53
15.1 SmartDGA Instrument Dimensions .................................................................... 53
15.2 Unistrut Stand Drawings & Build of Material .................................................... 54
15.3 NEMA 4X Enclosure with Inline Mount .............................................................. 57
15.4 NEMA 4 Drawings & Build of Material ............................................................... 58
15.5 Assy, NEMA 4, EZHub .............................................................................................. 61
15.6 Sunshade Dimensions for SmartDGA Instrument ............................................. 62
15.7 Assy, Sunshade, SmartDGA Instrument ............................................................. 63
15.8 Inline Mounting Plate ......................................................................................... 64
15.9 Assy, Cable, I/O Instrument, EZHub .................................................................... 65
15.10 Wiring Connection ....................................................................................... 66
15.11 Assy, Wall Mount, EZHub ............................................................................. 67
15.12 Assy, Panel Mount, EZHub ........................................................................... 68
15.13 Assy, Wall Mount, LumaSMART iCore ......................................................... 69
15.14 Assy, Panel Mount, LumaSMART iCore ....................................................... 70
15.15 iCore RS485 Connections ............................................................................. 71
15.16 iCore Ethernet Connections......................................................................... 72
15.17 Multiple EZHub Setup with Ethernet Hub................................................... 73

Index .................................................................................................................................. 75

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1 General

1.1 Information about this Manual


This manual provides important information about planning and preparing for the installation of a
SmartDGA monitoring system. It is important that you carefully read the information
contained in this manual in its entirety prior to installation in order to properly prepare
the site and obtain the necessary equipment.
After you receive and review this pre-installation manual, your Regional Sales Manager (RSM) will
work with you to complete a SmartDGA Pre-Order Checklist (for each SmartDGA Instrument),
and in some cases, a form for Verification of Pre-Installation Tasks (included on the next page).
For more information contact your RSM or email support@lumasenseinc.com.

1.2 Legend
Note: Indicates tips and useful information in this manual. All notes should be read to
effectively operate the instrument.

Caution: Denotes information critical to avoiding instrument damage or a severe


impact to processing. When this symbol is found on the instrument it indicates a
potential hazard. Consult the documentation before proceeding with any
actions.

Warning: Denotes information critical to avoiding personal injury, such as when an


electrical hazard is present. When this symbol is found on the instrument it
indicates a potential hazard. Consult the documentation before proceeding
with any actions.

1.3 Limit of Liability and Warranty


All general information and notes for handling, maintaining, and cleaning of the instruments are
offered according to the best of our knowledge and experience.
LumaSense Technologies is not liable for any damages that arise from the use of any examples or
processes mentioned in this manual or in case the content of this document should be incomplete
or incorrect. LumaSense Technologies reserves the right to revise this document and to make
changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation to notify any person or persons
of such revisions or changes.
All SmartDGA systems from LumaSense Technologies have a regionally effective warranty period.
Please check our website at http://info.LumaSenseinc.com/warranty for up-to-date warranty
information. This warranty covers manufacturing defects and faults which arise during operation,
only if they are the result of defects caused by LumaSense Technologies.
A SmartDGA system has only three user-serviceable components: the battery, hydrogen (H 2) sensor,
and oxygen (O2) sensor. The warranty is VOID if the instrument is otherwise disassembled, tampered
with, altered, or otherwise damaged without prior written consent from LumaSense Technologies;
or, if considered by LumaSense Technologies, to be abused or used in abnormal conditions.

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2 Verification of Pre-Installation Tasks

If LumaSense Technologies will be performing the installation of your SmartDGA system, you will be
required to verify that you have completed all the necessary pre-installation tasks as explained in
this manual before an installation can be scheduled. Mark the checkbox next to each of the tasks
listed below that you have completed and then sign and submit a copy of this page to your RSM.
Task Description Done N/A
Identified an appropriate mounting location and transformer valve(s) for connecting the SmartDGA
Instrument(s)

If necessary, appropriate reducers and/or adapters have been installed on the transformer valves

Appropriate valve kit(s) has been chosen for mounting/connecting each SmartDGA Instrument(s)

If using an Inline (VA-0) valve kit, installed any necessary hardware (such as Unistrut) for supporting
the mounting plate
If using a Dual Valve (VA-2) or Inline (VA-0) valve kit, appropriate length of stainless steel or flexible
tubing is ready on-site

If necessary, a stainless steel tee and extra valve has been installed on the drain valve

If monitoring an LTC, a Filmax filtration unit is installed and operational

Identified an appropriate mounting location for the EZHub unit(s)

Identified an appropriate mounting location for the iCore (if applicable)

If using a NEMA 4X enclosure, it has been mounted on an appropriate support structure

If using a NEMA 4X enclosure, power is ran to it using conduits

If using a NEMA 4X enclosure, all communication and relay cables are ran to it using conduit

If not using a NEMA 4X enclosure, power is ran to the EZHub location using conduit

If not using a NEMA 4X enclosure, power is ran to the iCore location using conduit

Determined if a sunshade will need to be added to protect the SmartDGA Instrument(s)

Determined if a sunshade will need to be added to protect the NEMA 4X Enclosure

Determined if a sunshade will need to be added to protect the iCore


TM
Determined what protocols and settings are needed for using the DGA Viewer software

If necessary, the SCADA system has been configured


If necessary or desired, fiber optical cable is installed from the EZHub to the iCore using an
Ethernet/Serial to Fiber converter and conduit

If necessary or desired, an outage has been scheduled and approved for the installation date

All necessary tools for the installation (not provided by LumaSense) are ready on-site

I confirm that this pre-installation manual has been reviewed and understood in its entirety and
that all necessary site preparation tasks have been completed (as marked above) in order for
LumaSense Technologies to proceed with the installation of our SmartDGA System.

Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: ____________________

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3 System Overview

3.1 System Components


A SmartDGA system consists of the following components:
SmartDGA instrument(s) with valve mounting kit(s)
EZHub(s) with connection cable(s)
iCore (optional) or external PC with DGA Viewer software
NEMA 4X Enclosure (optional, depending on location)
Sunshade (optional, depending on location)

3.1.1 SmartDGA Instruments


LumaSense offers three SmartDGA Instrument models:
The SmartDGA Gauge for monitoring a Load Tap Changer (LTC).
The SmartDGA Guard for monitoring a transformer.
The SmartDGA Guide for monitoring a transformer.
LumaSense offers three types of valve mounting kits:
Single Valve (VA-1) for mounting on a transformer
Dual Valve (VA-2) for mounting on a transformer
Inline (VA-0) for mounting separately (off-transformer)
Requires connections to the following components:
EZHub unit (communications cable)
Valves on the transformer or LTC filtration unit

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3.1.2 SmartDGA EZHubTM Unit
LumaSense offers three possible configurations for the EZHub unit:
Individual LTC (Gauge)
Individual Transformer (Guard or Guide)
Combination of LTC (Gauge) & Transformer (Guard or Guide)

LTC Transformer LTC & Transformer

Requires connections to the following components:


Mounting support (such as NEMA 4x enclosure)
SmartDGA instrument(s) (communications cable(s))
iCore controller or external PC (RS485 or Ethernet)
Power source
3.1.3 LumaSMART iCoreTM Controller (Optional)
LumaSense offers a LumaSMART iCore controller for use in place
of an external PC for running the SmartDGA Viewer software.
Additionally, the iCore controller can provide advanced
communications to external SCADA systems via DNP3, Modbus, or
IEC61850 protocols.
Requires connections to the following components:
Mounting support (such as NEMA 4x enclosure)
EZHub unit (Ethernet)
Ethernet hub (unmangaged) or Ethernet switch
Power source

Note: The LumaSMART iCoreTM is not required to operate the SmartDGA system.

3.1.4 NEMA 4X Enclosure (Optional)


To protect the EZHub unit and/or iCore controller, a NEMA 4X
enclosure may be used.
Requires connections to the following components:
Mounting support (such as a wall or Unistrut)
Cooling Fan (internal)
Grounding line
Power source

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3.1.5 Sunshade (Optional)
Depending on the mounting location and environment, a sunshade may be needed to protect the
SmartDGA Instrument(s) from direct sunlight and sudden temperature swings.
LumaSense offers a sunshade for SmartDGA Instruments that are installed on a Unistrut H-frame.
These design plans are also available for free to fabricate for different mounting configurations.

Note: The installation of any sunshade(s) must be done by the customer after the
installation of the SmartDGA system.

For more information, email support@lumasenseinc.com.

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4 Technical Specifications

Instrument Specifications

NDIR Gas Phase Sensor Accuracy 5% or LDL, whichever is greater

Every 24 hours - default, user selectable from approximately 3


Reporting Rate
hours to 7 days.

Minimum value is the lower detectable limit after settling-in


Measurement Range period after initial installation which may take up to 1 week,
maximum value is the upper limit of accurate response

Moisture Accuracy 3 ppm or 2% RS

Oil Pressure up to 45 psig (3 bar)

Enclosure Rating IP 55

Green - Normal
Sunlight visible indicators for condition Yellow - Caution
codes
Blue - Warning
Red - Alarm
Note: Indicators normally flash on for 5 seconds,
Red/Blue - System Status Error
off for 15 seconds
Green/Yellow - Loss of Communication

Environment
TM TM
SmartDGA Instrument SmartDGA EZHub LumaSMART iCore

Operating Temperature* -50 to 55 C -50 to 55 C -40 to 70 C

Storage Temperature -50 to 70 C -50 to 70 C -40 to 75 C

Storage Humidity
1 99% RH 1 99% RH 1 99% RH
(non-condensing)

Dimensions
20.9 x 8.6 dia. 10.3 x 5.7 x 6 8.7 x 7.4 x 6.6
(L x H x D)

Weight 18.74 lbs 6.61 lbs 11.02 lbs


* For operating temperatures less than -20 C, the cold weather cable is required. Additional heating of oil transfer lines may be required
for operation in cold locations. The unit will generate a system fault if the mineral oil temperature is outside of standard fluid limits of
-20 and 120 C. For operating in environments where the temperature routinely exceeds 40 C, the high temperature accessory is
recommended to prevent premature aging and reduction of component lifetime. Temperatures are based upon air temperatures for unit
installation in shaded location.

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SmartDGA Instrument Gas Measurements (Min-Max)

Gas Gauge Guard Guide

Acetylene (C2H2) 0.550,000 ppm 0.510,000 ppm 0.510,000 ppm

Ethylene (C2H4) 250,000 ppm 250,000 ppm

Carbon Monoxide (CO) 1010,000 ppm 1010,000 ppm

Moisture (RS) 199% 199% 199 %

Hydrogen (H2) 510,000 ppm 510,000 ppm

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 1020,000 ppm 1020,000 ppm

Methane (CH4) 250,000 ppm 250,000 ppm

Ethane (C2H6) 220,000 ppm

Oxygen (O2) 50050,000 ppm

Nitrogen (N2) 5,000100,000 ppm

SmartDGA EZHubTM & LumaSMART iCoreTM Specifications

90 ~ 264 VAC, 127 ~ 370 VDC,


Power Supplied to EZHub & iCore
47 ~ 63 Hz, 6.5 A max

Power Supplied to Instrument 48 VDC ~ 4.16 A max

Up to 40+ years worth of data storage available with optional


Memory
iCore

Export of results to date in a single file onto a USB memory stick.


Data Export
When using iCore/PC, user can select date range; when using
(Available with EZHub and iCore/PC)
EZHub port, all data is exported

Available Communications Proprietary communications via RS485 and Ethernet connections


(Available with EZHub) to DGA Viewer software

Optional Communications IEC61850 Edition 2, DNP3 IEEE Std 1815-2013, ModBus RTU V1.02,
(Modbus available with PC, others available with iCore) ModBus TCP/IP 1.0b protocols for up to 3 EZHubs

EZHub: 3 programmable relay outputs (Type C, NO/NC) for


caution, warning, & alarm
Alarm Contacts
EZHub & iCore: One (1) alarm relay output for system status
(Type C, NO/NC)

Relay Contact Ratings Single phase alarm relays (8 A, 250 VAC; 5 A, 30 VDC)

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Certifications and Standards (Instrument & SmartDGA EZHubTM)

EN 61000-6-2 (2005) +C1


EN 61000-6-4 (2007) +A1
Emissions / Immunity
EN 61000-3-2 (2006) +A1
EN 61000-3-3 (2008)

Environmental / Vibration ETSI EN 300 019-2-4

Surge Protection 4000V (IEEE C37.90.1-2002)

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5 Transformer and LTC Criteria

5.1 Transformer Criteria


The electromagnetic fields around the transformer must meet the IEC 61000-6-5 standard.
If the transformer environment is greater than this EMC standard, more discussion is needed
before proceeding any further. Contact support@lumasenseinc.com.
If connecting a SmartDGA Instrument to a valve that is within four (4) meters of an energy
source (such as the bushings), an outage will be needed for installation. Otherwise it is up to the
substation managers discretion whether or not they want an outage for installation.

Note: If an outage is required or desired for the installation, it needs to be approved


and/or scheduled for the installation date.

Outage needed
if < 4m from an
energy source

5.2 LTC Criteria


Oil must be filtered by a Filmax filtration unit. Filmax is the only type of filtration unit that
is compatible with the SmartDGA system.
The Filmax filtration unit must be shutdown prior to installation.

Caution: Never sample oil directly from the LTC to the SmartDGA Instrument.

A side stream of oil is connected from the LTC tank to the Filmax filtration unit.
The SmartDGA Instrument will then sample the filtered oil from the FIlmax filtration unit.

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6 Plumbing

6.1 Transformer Valves


All transformers have different valve configurations so you will need to assess the type, size,
location, and clearance of your transformer valves. This will allow you to determine how you will
connect your SmartDGA instrument to the transformer, as well as determine which valve kit you will
need for mounting it.

Fill Valve

Ancillary Valve

Drain Valve

6.1.1 Drain Valve


The drain valve is located near the bottom of the transformer tank. This is the ideal valve to use for
sampling oil from the transformer.
6.1.2 Fill Valve
The fill valve is located near the top of the transformer tank. This is the ideal valve to use for
returning oil back to the transformer.

Note: This valve should never be used to sample oil from the transformer because there
is no guarantee that oil will always be at this position.

6.1.3 Ancillary Valves


Some transformers have various ancillary valves in random locations. If necessary, these can be used
in place of the drain valve and/or fill valve for sampling and/or returning oil.

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6.2 SmartDGA Valve Kits
For each measurement cycle, the SmartDGA instrument samples oil from the transformer or LTC
filtration unit, extracts the gases, analyzes them, and then returns the oil back to the transformer or
LTC filtration unit. With this process in mind, there are three types of valve kits available for
mounting and connecting the SmartDGA instrument to the transformer or LTC filtration unit.
Detailed mounting criteria for each valve kit are provided in Chapter 7.
6.2.1 Single Valve Kit (VA-1)
With this kit, the SmartDGA instrument is mounted directly on the transformer drain valve. The oil
is sampled and returned from this drain valve through a single stainless steel pipe.

Note: This kit is only compatible if the drain valve is a ball, gate, or plug valve.

Note: This mounting approach has inherent limitations and risks and should only be used
when the VA-0 and VA-2 options are not viable.

Drain Valve

Flow of the oil

6.2.2 Dual Valve Kit (VA-2)


With this kit, the SmartDGA instrument is mounted directly on the transformer drain valve. The oil
is sampled from the drain valve and returned to the fill valve.

Fill Valve

Flow of the oil

Drain Valve

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6.2.3 Inline Valve Kit (VA-0)
With this off-transformer kit, the SmartDGA instrument is connected to a mounting plate which is
then attached to the transformer wall, a Unistrut H-frame, or other appropriate flat surface. Oil is
sampled and returned using two different valves (ideally the drain and fill valves).
This is also the only valve kit that can be used for connecting to a LTC. In this case, oil is sampled
and returned using valves in the Filmax filtration unit.

Oil Return Valve

Flow of the oil

Oil Sample Valve

6.2.4 Optional Extra Valve with Tee


If you will need to preserve the ability to use the drain valve for sampling the oil directly from the
transformer, a stainless steel tee and extra valve (with plug) will need to be installed prior to
installation.
Extra Valve

Plug

Tee

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7 Mounting for the SmartDGA Instrument

Caution: The SmartDGA Instrument must be installed in a location that is shaded


throughout the day. Rapid sunlight induced heating will negatively affect the
accuracy of measurements. With this in mind, you may need to install a separate
sunshade over the SmartDGA instrument after the installation is complete. LumaSense
offers free design plans for covering SmartDGA instruments that are mounted on a
Unistrut H-frame.

7.1 Clearance around the Mounting Location


When choosing a mounting location, check to ensure that it is suitable for the dimensions of the
SmartDGA instrument and that there is enough clearance for workmanship. For VA-1 or VA-2 kits,
this will be area around the drain valve. For VA-0, this will be the area around where the mounting
plate is attached. Minimum clearance requirements are listed below, but in general we recommend
there be approximately three square feet around the mounting location.
If obstructing objects cannot be moved, a new valve or mounting approach will need to be chosen.
If no locations are feasible, please consult with LumaSense for alternative mounting.

Note: The SmartDGA Instrument is designed for vertical installation. Horizontal


installation is not recommended.

7.1.1 Minimum Clearances (at drain valve or mounting plate location)


Distance left of the drain valve or mounting plate > 18 (45.7 cm)
Distance right of the drain valve or mounting plate > 18 (45.7 cm)
Distance from drain valve or mounting plate to the ground > 12 (25.5 cm)
Distance from drain valve or mounting plate to the top obstruction > 17 (45.7 cm)

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Example of a ladder obstructing installation. Example of several obstructions preventing
The ladder was removed for better access to clean installation. The objects could not be
the valve. removed so a different valve was chosen.

7.2 Criteria for Single Valve Mounting (VA-1)


7.2.1 Thread Type of the Drain Valve
In order to connect the SmartDGA instrument to the drain valve using this valve kit, the thread type
of the drain valve needs to be female 1 NPT.
If it is not a 1 NPT thread type, you will need an NPT Reducer that decreases the NPT size from the
present transformer drain valve size to the required 1 NPT size.

Note: If the thread type for the drain valve is greater than 2 NPT, please contact
LumaSense for additional options (such as an adapter plate or fire hose adapter).

LumaSense offers two types of reducers, but they must be ordered separately:
2 to 1 NPT Reducer (LumaSense PN 90-2382)
1.5 to 1 NPT Reducer (LumaSense PN 90-2381)

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7.3 Criteria for Dual Valve Mounting (VA-2)
7.3.1 Thread Type of the Drain Valve
In order to mount this valve kit on the drain valve, the thread type for the drain valve needs to be
female 1 NPT. If it is not a 1 NPT thread type, you will need an NPT Reducer that decreases the
NPT size from the present transformer drain valve size to the required 1 NPT size.

LumaSense offers two types of reducers, but they must be ordered separately:
2 to 1 NPT Reducer (PN 90-2382)
1.5 to 1 NPT Reducer (PN 90-2381)

Note: If the thread type for the drain valve is greater than 2 NPT, please contact
LumaSense for additional options (such as an adapter plate, fire hose adapter, etc.).

7.3.2 Thread Type of the Return Valve


In order to connect tubing from this valve kit to the return valve, the thread type for the return
valve needs to be female 3/8 NPT. If it is not a 3/8 NPT thread type, you will need an NPT Reducer
and/or adapter that decrease the NPT size from the present transformer valve size to the required
3/8 NPT size.

LumaSense also offers a Swagelok adapter (PN SS-600-1-16) that will thread into a female 1 NPT
reducer and accept 3/8 tubing, but it must be ordered separately.
7.3.3 Distance between the Drain Valve and Return Valve
To ensure proper oil flow and pressure, the following distance requirements from the drain valve to
the return valve must be met.

Vertical distance from the drain valve to the return valve 3 to 20 (0.91 m to 6.1 m)
Piping distance from the drain valve to the return valve < 32.8 (10.0 m)

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7.4 Criteria for Transformer Inline Mounting (VA-0)
7.4.1 Mounting Plate Support
The support for the mounting plate must be capable of holding at least 50 pounds (22 kg) and be
available near the transformer or LTC filtration unit. The typical support will either be the
transformer wall or a Unistrut H-frame supported by concrete. All the support hardware for the
mounting plate must be installed prior to installation.

Example of a mounting plate attached Example of a mounting plate attached to a


to a Unistrut H-frame supported by Unistrut supported by the transformer wall.
concrete.

7.4.2 Thread Type of the Sample and Return Valves


In order to connect tubing from this valve kit to the sample and return valves, the thread types
need to be female 3/8 NPT. If it is not a 3/8 NPT thread type, you will need an NPT Reducer(s)
and/or adapter(s) that decrease the NPT size from the present valve size to the required 3/8 NPT
size.
LumaSense also offers a Swagelok adapter (PN SS-600-1-16) that will thread into a female 1 NPT
reducer and accept 3/8 tubing, but it must be ordered separately.
7.4.3 Distances to the Supply and Return Valves
To ensure proper oil flow and pressure, the following distance requirements from the SmartDGA
instrument (IN/OUT ports) to the supply and return valves must be met.

Vertical distance from the instrument to each valve 3 to 20 (0.91 m 6.1 m)


Piping distance from the instrument to the return valve < 32.8 (10.0 m)
Piping distance from the instrument to the supply valve < 32.8 (10.0 m)

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7.5 Criteria for LTC Inline Mounting (VA-0)
As previously stated, the SmartDGA instrument is only compatible with Filmax Filtration Units when
monitoring an LTC. This filtration unit needs to be connected to the LTC prior to installing the
SmartDGA instrument. If desired, LumaSense can provide further technical details and the most
relevant examples of interfaces with specific models of the Filmax filtration units upon request.
7.5.1 Mounting Plate Support
The support for the mounting plate must be capable of holding at least 50 pounds (22 kg). In this
case, the mounting plate is typically mounted on the Filmax filtration unit, but if desired, it can also
be mounted on a nearby transformer wall or a Unistrut H-frame supported by concrete. All the
support hardware for the mounting plate must be installed prior to installation.
7.5.2 Thread Type of the Sample and Return Valves
In order to connect 3/8 tubing from this valve kit to the sample and return valves on the Filmax
filtration unit, the thread types need to be adapted from the 3/4" female NPT to 3/8" female NPT.
These reducers are not provided by LumaSense.

Example of connection to the Filmax Example of the connections on the Filmax filtration
filtration unit with stainless steel tubing. unit before connecting to the SmartDGA instrument.

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8 Tubing

When mounting with the VA-2 or VA-0 valve kits, 3/8 stainless steel tubing should be used for
connecting the SmartDGA instruments to valves on the transformer or LTC filtration unit.
Rubber pipe clamp needs to be used to secure the stainless steel tubing and you should never have
more than four (4) right angles for each connection from the DGA instrument to the valve.
Alternatively, flexible tubing can also be used.

Warning: Do not cross the top of the tank when routing tubing.

Note: Stainless steel tubing is not available from nor provided by LumaSense for
installation. Ensure you have enough tubing on-hand prior to installation.

Example of stainless steel tubing Example of stainless steel Example of stainless steel
installed and bent using tubing installed and bent tubing installed and bent
right angles. without using right angles. using various angles.

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9 Mounting for the EZHub

9.1 Mounting Type and Location


The EZHub unit provides power and communications for the SmartDGA system and needs to be
mounted in such a way that it is completely protected from environmental conditions. The EZHub
can be mounted either on a flat surface (wall mount) or in a hole/slot (panel mount). Both types of
brackets (and associated hardware) are provided with the EZHub.
Wall Mount Dimensions
11.37 (288.80 mm)

5.00
(127 mm)

12.07 (307.58 mm)

Panel Mount Dimensions


11.58
(294.13 mm)

5.00
(127 mm)

12.33 (313.18 mm)

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When choosing a location for mounting the EZHub, you will also need to keep in mind the distance
to the power source, the distance to SmartDGA instrument(s), and the distance to the iCore (if
applicable). The EZHub unit is typically mounted in a substation control building, a transformer
control cabinet, or a NEMA4X enclosure. NEMA 4X Enclosures are available from LumaSense, but
they must be ordered separately.

Caution: If mounting the EZHub in a NEMA 4X enclosure, keep in mind that direct
sunlight can cause temperatures to reach above the maximum rated ambient
temperature of 55 C, in which case it is recommended that you install a separate
sunshade over the NEMA 4X enclosure after installing the SmartDGA monitoring system.
A shaded installation location is recommended.

Note: If you will be mounting the EZHub unit in a NEMA 4x enclosure, you will need to
mount the enclosure on a wall, Unistrut stand, or Unistrut H-frame prior to installation.

Note: If you will be mounting the EZHub unit in a substation control building or a
transformer control cabinet, you will need to mount the EZHub unit prior to installation.

EZHub mounted in NEMA 4X EZHub mounted in NEMA 4X EZHub mounted in control cabinet
enclosure on a wall enclosure on a Unistrut Stand near the transformer

9.2 Distance to the SmartDGA Instrument


The EZHub may be located up to 30 m (98) away from the SmartDGA instrument. This distance will
allow you to determine the length of the communications cable that is needed.
A standard 10 m (32) outdoor weather cable (rated -20 C to 150 C) is provided with the EZHub.
Additional length cables, as well as cold weather cables (rated -50 C to 125 C) are available to
order from LumaSense, but they must be ordered separately:
20 m outdoor weather cable (LumaSense PN XX)
30 m outdoor weather cable (LumaSense PN XX)
10 m cold weather cable (LumaSense PN XX)
20 m cold weather cable (LumaSense PN XX)
30 m cold weather cable (LumaSense PN XX)

Note: The communication cable provided will be unterminated on one end so that it can
be fed through conduit (if desired), cut to length, and then terminated (with two
provided Phoenix connectors). Any conduit needs to be laid down prior to installation.

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Example of a SmartDGA Instrument mounted Example of a SmartDGA Instrument
close to the EZHub unit. The communications mounted further away from the EZHub
cable is fed through the bottom of the NEMA unit. Conduit was also used to better
4X enclosure. protect the communications cable.

9.3 Power for the EZHub


Prior to installation, you will need to identify a VAC/VDC source
for the EZHub unit and install any necessary power cables using
appropriate conduit.
The EZHub requires 90 to 264 Volts AC, 127 VDC to 370 VDC,
47-63 Hz, 2.5 A max. Use size 14 AWG wire to bring power to
the EZHub.
Each EZHub unit must also have a 10 A circuit breaker for
system isolation and protection (separate from any other iCore
or EZHub units).

Note: LumaSense provides connectors but does not supply a power cable for the EZHub.

Conduit routing example Cable tray routing example

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10 Mounting for the LumaSMART iCore
(optional)

10.1 Mounting Type and Location


In order to configure and operate the SmartDGA system with the software, you will need an
external computer or iCore.
If using an iCore it can be mounted either on a flat surface (wall mount) or in a hole/slot (panel
mount). Both types of brackets and hardware are sent with each order. The iCore is typically
mounted in the same NEMA 4X enclosure as the EZHub, although it can be located in any location if
the environmental requirements are met.

Caution: The mounting position and location chosen for the iCore should ensure that the
vents on the top of the iCore box will not be blocked during normal operation. Blocked
vents could cause the iCore to overheat.

Caution: Direct sunlight will cause heating of the enclosure and may cause overheating
beyond the temperature rating of the iCore.

Note: If mounting in a NEMA4X enclosure, keep environmental conditions in mind. Direct


sunlight can cause temperatures to reach above the maximum rated ambient temperature
of 70 C. Direct sunlight will greatly reduce the apparent contrast of the iCore LCD display
and make it difficult to operate. A shaded installation location is recommended.

Wall Mount Dimensions


9.43
(239.52 mm)

6.58
(167.13 mm)
5.58
141.73 mm

10.07
(255.78 mm)

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Panel Mount Dimensions
8.76
(222.50 mm)

5.74
(145.80 mm)

5.25
(133.35 mm)

9.4
(238.76 mm)

Examples of LumaSMART iCore mounting:

Wall Mount NEMA 4 Enclosure Substation Panel Rack Mount

10.2 Distance to the EZHub


The allowable distance will vary depending on the type of connection used. Regardless of the type
of connection, conduit must be used when necessary. All conduit must be laid prior to installation.
If using RS485:
The iCore may be located up to 50 m (164) away from the EZHub.
If using Ethernet (copper wire):
The iCore may be located up to 100 m (328) away from the EZHub. If longer distances are required,
a fiber optic connection should be used.

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10.3 Power for External Computer or iCore
External Computer
If using an external computer, you will need to provide your own separate power supply (battery or
otherwise).
LumaSMART iCore
The iCore has the same power requirements as the EZHub unit.
It requires 90 to 264 Volts AC, 127 VDC to 370 VDC, 47-63 Hz, 2.5 A max. Use size 14 AWG wire for
the included crimps and connectors to bring power to the iCore. Each iCore must have a 10 A circuit
breaker for system isolation and protection (separate from any other iCore or EZHub units).

Note: LumaSense provides connectors but does not supply a power cable for the iCore.

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11 Communications

Data stored in the EZHub can be viewed using the DGA Viewer software installed on an external PC
or the LumaSmart iCore connected via RS485 or Ethernet connection. The USB connection is for
uploading and downloading functions (such as downloading data or uploading a new version of
firmware). Depending on your needs protocols may also be used for communications.

Example of an EZHub unit and iCore Example of all the EZHub connections for
controller connected to an Ethernet switch. power and communications.

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11.1.1 RS845 Connection
RS485 connection to the EZHub requires RS485 to USB converter (included with the EZHub) and a
shielded 18 AWG cable.
iCore RS485 connections

11.1.2 Ethernet Connection


Ethernet connection to the EZHub requires that a switch is available (if installed on a corporate
network) or that a hub is available (if installed on a standalone network). For fiber optic
connection, an Ethernet/Serial to Fiber converter needs to be used.

Note: If using an Ethernet Switch for multiple EZHubs connected to the iCore, you will
need one port for the iCore, one port for the network, and one port for each EZHub.

Note: If fiber optical cables are needed, the all-weather fiber optic should be used with a
rugged jacket. In addition, the fiber optic cables need to be routed into the trench or if
outside, the cables need to be protected with black PVC pipe or flexible conduit.

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iCore Ethernet Connections

Multiple EZHub Setup with Ethernet Hub

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11.1.3 Data Communications
DGA Viewer supports Modbus protocol on an external PC or an iCore. For DNP3 and IEC61850, an
iCore must be used to run the DGA Viewer software. Data can also be exported from the EZHub as a
CSV file via USB.
For alarms and relays, LumaSense provides connectors, but does not provide cables.

Note: We do not support the 32 bits system and other wireless connection beside DeltaX.
All SCADA/DCS, PLC systems should communicate via iCore with DGA viewer installed.

Note: The protocols must be updated to the latest version(s) in order to be compatible
with the EZHub.

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12 Additional Mounting Examples

3/8 stainless steel


tubing is secured with
rubber pipe clamps

Panel is added to the


transformer wall for
attaching/supporting
the mounting plate

Connection cable from


the SmartDGA
Instrument to the
EZHub is ran along a
cable tray with conduit

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Mounting plate for the
SmartDGA Instrument is
attached to the side of
the Filmax filtration unit

Transfer lines are


connected bringing oil
from the LTC tank to the
Filmax filtration unit

NEMA 4X enclosure is
attached to Unistrut
mounted on the side of
the Filmax filtration unit

The Filmax Filtration unit is


supported by a mounting
stand attached to concrete

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Mounting plate for the
SmartDGA Instrument is
attached to the
transformer wall

Soft polymer tubing is


attached to the bleed valves

The connection cable from


the SmartDGA Instrument
to the EZHub is secured for
a cleaner installation.

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Power supply is connected
to the NEMA 4X enclosure
using conduit NEMA 4X enclosure is
mounted to the
transformer wall using
Unistrut

NEMA 4X enclosure is
mounted to the same
Unistrut H-frame as the
SmartDGA Instruments

Two SmartDGA Instruments


are mounted on a single
Unistrut H-frame

Unistrut H-frame is
supported by two stand
bases attached to concrete

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SmartDGA Instrument is
connected to ancillary valves
for sampling and returning
oil instead of the drain valve
and fill valve

Flexible tubing is used instead


of stainless steel tubing for
connecting to the valves

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13 Overview of Installation Services

13.1 Installation
Installation can be done by LumaSense Technologies or a certified contractor.

13.1.1 Provided by LumaSense


Mounting the SmartDGA Instrument(s) using the known methods (valve kits)
Mounting DGA instrument to a Filmax filtration unit and making connections (if mounting
to a Filmax unit)
Connecting of the 3/8 tubing from the SmartDGA Instrument(s) to the transformer valves
Mounting of the EZHub and iCore into the NEMA 4X enclosure and/or designed area
Connecting the cable between the SmartDGA Instrument and the EZHub
Wiring electrical work for the EZHub and iCore (inside NEMA enclosure only)

13.1.2 Not provided by LumaSense


Digging of trenches
Pouring concrete
Installing any reducers or adapters to the transformer or LTC valves
Installing extra valve with tee (on drain valve, if necessary)
Assembling and securing of Unistrut H-frames or other supporting hardware
Mounting NEMA 4X enclosures
Connecting power to NEMA 4x enclosures
Connecting Ethernet or relay cables to the NEMA 4X enclosures
Assembling and laying conduit
Wiring electrical work at the source (inside transformer cabinet)
Terminating cables
Working inside oil filtration units other than Filmax
De-commission of existing oil filtration units supporting the LTC
Making any modifications to the LTC
Working within 4 meters of high voltage transmission lines
Oil waste removal
Mounting the EZHub and/or iCore to the control cabinet or rack (panel mount)
Installing any necessary sunshades
Configuring the SCADA system

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13.2 Commissioning
Commissioning is always done by LumaSense Technologies.

13.2.1 Provided by LumaSense


Powering up the SmartDGA system (all instruments/components)
Establishing communication protocols
Verifying settings and operations
Running cycles and verifying set-points
Validating data
Training the customer on functionality/operation of hardware and software

13.2.2 Not provided by LumaSense


Customer network equipment setup and configuration
SCADA/DCS protocol input configuration
SCADA/DCA relay connections - Entering alarm values

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14 Tools Needed for Installation

Ensure you have all the necessary parts and tools on hand prior to installing your SmartDGA system.

14.1 Tools Provided by LumaSense


SmartDGA Instrument(s) (Guard, Gauge, or Guide)
Mounting Ring (included as part of each SmartDGA instrument)
Valve Kit(s) (VA-0, VA-1, or VA-2)
Mounting Plate (included with VA-0 valve kit)
EZHub Unit(s) (for LTC, Transformer, or both)
Communications Cable (10 m, additional lengths available)
iCore Controller (optional)
Mounting Hardware and Brackets (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
Mounting Hardware and Brackets (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
RS485 to USB Converter (used for connecting the EZHub to an external computer)
Phoenix Connectors (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
Ferrule Crimp Pins (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
Lug Ring(s) (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
USB Flash Drive with DGA Viewer Software

14.2 Tools Not Provided by LumaSense


NPT Reducer to 1 ID (if needed for the drain valve)
NPT Reducer to 3/8 ID (if needed for the fill valve)
Stainless Steel Tee and an Extra Valve (if needed for drain valve)
Stainless Steel Tubing or Flexible Tubing (for VA-0 and VA-2)
Filmax Filtration Unit (if monitoring a LTC)
NEMA 4X Enclosure (if needed)
Compressed air (for VA-1)
Soft Polymer Tubing (3/16 ID, 10 cm L, clear) (for bleed valves)
External Computer (if not using an iCore controller)
Drill (for fastening the EZHub and iCore brackets to the main vertical support)
AC Power cables (for the EZHub Unit and iCore Controller)
Ethernet Cables (optional, for iCore or external computer)

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RS485 Serial Cable (optional, for iCore Controller)
Ethernet Switch (if needed)
Conduit (for insulating power cables, shield drain wires, etc.)
Sunshade (if needed for the SmartDGA Instrument and/or NEMA 4X Enclosure)
Cotton swabs (to clean grooves for O-rings)
Oil cleaner and wiping rag (to clean any potential spills)
Container (capable of holding at least 3 Liters for waste oil)

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15 Drawings and Diagrams

15.1 SmartDGA Instrument Dimensions

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15.2 Unistrut Stand Drawings & Build of Material
Note: Customer is responsible for verifying design meets local facility requirements
and safety requirements.

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Strut Post Base

4 HOLES
3/4" Diameter

6
4 1/4"

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Build of Material: Assy, NEMA 4 Stand

Item Description Qty

1 Unitstrut, 10 ft (Grainger Part #: 5YB80) 1


Width 1 5/8 In, Depth 13/16 In, Cold Formed, Steel, 9/16 X 1 1/8 In Slot

2 Unitstrut, 10 ft (Grainger Part #: 5YB79) 2


Width 1 5/8 In, Depth 1 5/8 In, Cold Formed, Steel, 9/16 X 1 1/8 In Slot

3 Nut, Spring, 3/8in (Grainger Part #: 5YE11)

4 Channel Cap Screw, Hex Head, 3/8x1 8

5 Channel Washer, Round, 3/8 In 8

6 Channel, Nut, Hex, 3/8 inch, (Grainger Part #: 5YE52) 8

7 Wedge Anchores, Concrete, 1/2 x 3-3/4 4

8 Strut Post Base, Square, 6 L x 6 W In (Grainger Part #: 2HZD7) 2

9 Nema 4X Enclosure supplied by LumaSense Inc. 1

Note: Reference www.grainger.com for ordering information on Grainger parts.

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15.3 NEMA 4X Enclosure with Inline Mount

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15.4 NEMA 4 Drawings & Build of Material

SmartDGA Pre-Installation Manual Drawings and Diagrams 58


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Build of Material: Assy, Option NEMA 4 Enclosure

Item Description

1 ENCLOSURE,MODIFIED,NEM-4,DGA

2 PACKAGING INSTRUCTION,NEMA ENCL.TA2,2/8

3 CONN,BRACKET,END E/NS 35N,PHX 0800886

4 CONN,SPACER,PHX TERMINAL, OTTA 2.5 APT

5 TERMINAL BLOCK,OTTA 2.5 PHOENIX

6 TERMINAL BLOCK,OTTA 2.5-PE PHOENIX

7 CIRCUIT BREAKER (10 AMPS)

8 LABEL,SERIAL NUMBER,LUXTRON

9 ASSY,OPTION,NEMA-4,DWG,DGA

10 DIN RAIL,TERM BLOCK,2M LENGTH

11 CONDUIT FITTING,EMT,OD 2,TC716A

12 CONDUIT FITTING,EMT,OD 1-1/4,TC714A

13 FOAM,SENSOR

14 CRATE,SHIPPING,CORRUGATED & PALLET,NEMA4

15 BAG,4 x 6,RESEALABLE,4MIL

16 SCREW,10-32 X 1/2,PHILLIPS,PAN HEAD,SS

17 WASHER,#10,FLAT,STAINLESS STEEL

18 WASHER,10-32,SPLIT,SS

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15.5 Assy, NEMA 4, EZHub

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15.6 Sunshade Dimensions for SmartDGA Instrument

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15.7 Assy, Sunshade, SmartDGA Instrument

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15.8 Inline Mounting Plate

SmartDGA Pre-Installation Manual Drawings and Diagrams 64


15.9 Assy, Cable, I/O Instrument, EZHub

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15.10 Wiring Connection

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15.11 Assy, Wall Mount, EZHub

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15.12 Assy, Panel Mount, EZHub

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15.13 Assy, Wall Mount, LumaSMART iCore

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15.14 Assy, Panel Mount, LumaSMART iCore

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15.15 iCore RS485 Connections

Note: The LumaSMART iCore is optional and is not required for the SmartDGA system.

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Note: The LumaSMART iCore is optional and is not required for the SmartDGA system.

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Index

A
I
Ancillary Valves 20
iCore 71, 72
iCore Dimensions 35
C Inline Valve Kit (VA-0) 22
Certifications 15 Installation Services 49
Clearance 23
Commissioning Services 50 M
Communications 39
Minimum Clearances 23
Communications Cable 32
Mounting Clearance 23
Criteria
Mounting Examples 43
Dual Valve Mounting (VA-2) 25
Mounting for the EZHub 31
LTC 17
Mounting for the iCore 35
LTC Inline Mounting (VA-0) 27
Mounting for the SmartDGA Instrument 23
Single Valve Mounting (VA-1) 24
Mounting Plate 26, 27
Transformer 17
Transformer Inline Mounting (VA-0) 26
Tubing 29 N
NEMA 4 56, 58, 60
D NEMA 4X Enclosure 10, 32, 35, 46, 54, 57
NPT Reducer 24, 25
Data Communications 42
Drain Valve 20
Drawings and Diagrams 53 P
Dual Valve Kit (VA-2) 21
Plumbing 20
Power for External Computer 37
E Power for the EZHub 33
Power for the iCore 37
Ethernet 72, 73
Pre-Installation Tasks 8
Ethernet Connection 36, 40
Extra Tee (optional) 22
Extra Valve (optional) 22 R
EZHub 32, 65, 73
Required Tools 51
EZHub Dimensions 31
RS485 71
RS485 Connection 36
F RS845 Connection 40
Fill Valve 20
S
G Single Valve Kit (VA-1) 21
SmartDGA Dimensions 23
Gas Pathways 73
SmartDGA Instrument Dimensions 53
Gauge 9
SmartDGA Valve Kits 21
Guard 9
Specifications
Guide 9
Certifications 15
Environment 13

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EZHub 14 Tubing 29
Gas Measurements 14
iCore 14 U
SmartDGA Instrument 13
Strut Post Base 55 Unistrut 26, 27, 46
Sunshade 11, 62 Unistrut Stand 54
Sunshade Assembly 63
Sunshade Dimensions 62 V
System Overview 9
Valve Kits 21
Verification Page 8
T
Technical Specifications 13 W
Tools for Installation 51
Transformer and LTC Criteria 17 Warranty 7
Transformer Valves 20

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