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Basic Guidelines

Electrical connections should be performed in the following sequence (see Figure 2.11):

Tighten the cover of the transmitter.

Figure 2.11 – Electrical connections

Table 2.5 – Notes for Figure 2.11

Item №. Description
1 Back cover of the transmitter
2 Signal cable
3 Cable entries
4 Wiring Terminal block
5 Blind plug
6 Ground terminal
7 Power cable

 

Maximum length of the power cable is 1000 ft (300 m)  with minimum wire section 0.8 mm2 (AWG18).

The current and pulse outputs should use a twisted pair wire with a maximum length of 150 m and minimal wire section 0.5 mm2 (AWG20).

Remote transmitters are connected through a special 9-conductor shielded cable with maximum length of 1000 ft (300 m.) The connection diagram is shown in Figure C.1 of  Appendix . After mounting and electrical connection the zero point adjustment should be performed (see paragraph 2.5.4 “Zero point adjustment”).

CAUTION!
When using the coriolis mass flow controller in hazardous areas, apply the requirements for explosion protction provided in paragraph 2.4.2 “Installation with explosion protection”
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