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Published by rgraphics2000, 2018-07-20 06:03:48

18061821 AXF Manual PROOF

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AXAFXMFaMgnaegtniceFticloFwlmowemteer tIenrteIngtreagl Fralol Fwlmowemteer/t RemReomteoFteloFwltouwbteub[Hea[rHdawradrweaErediEtiodnit]ion]
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11
Introduction Introduction


IMPORTANT
An IMPORTANT sign denotes that attention is required to avoid damage to the instrument or system failure.
NOTE
A NOTE sign denotes information necessary for essential understanding of operation and features.
Protective grounding terminal
Functional grounding terminal
(This terminal should not be used as a protective grounding terminal.)
Alternating current Direct current
Caution
This symbol indicates that the operator must refer to an explanation in the user’s manual in order to avoid the risk of injury or death of personnel or damage to the instrument.
 Regarding This User’s Manual
• This manual should be provided to the end user.
• Before use, read this manual thoroughly to
comprehend its contents.
• The contents of this manual may be changed without
prior notice.
• All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be
reproduced in any form without Yokogawa’s written
permission.
• Yokogawa makes no warranty of any kind with regard
to this material, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and suitability for a particular purpose.
• All reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this manual. However, if any errors or omissions are found, inform Yokogawa.
• Yokogawa assumes no responsibilities for this product except as stated in the warranty.
• Note that this user’s manual may not be revised for any speci cation changes, construction changes or operating part changes that are not considered to affect function or performance.
• If the customer or any third party is harmed by the use of this product, Yokogawa assumes no responsibility for any such harm owing to any defects in the product which were not predictable, or for any indirect damages.
<1. Introduction> 2  Trademarks:
• All the brands or names of Yokogawa Electric’s products used in this manual are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Yokogawa Electric Corporation.
• All other company and product names mentioned
in this manual are trade names, trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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1.1 (1)

• •
• •
• •
Using the Magnetic Flowmeter Safely
Installation
WARNING
Installation of the magnetic owmeter must be performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures relating to installation.
The magnetic owmeter must be installed within the speci cation conditions.
The magnetic owmeter is a heavy instrument.
Be careful that no damage is caused to personnel through accidentally dropping it, or by exerting excessive force on the magnetic owmeter. When moving the magnetic owmeter, always use a trolley and have at least two people carry it.
When the magnetic owmeter is processing hot uids, the instrument itself may become extremely hot. Take suf cient care not to get burnt.
Where the uid being processed is a toxic substance, avoid contact with the uid and
avoid inhaling any residual gas, even after the instrument has been taken off the piping line for maintenance and so forth.
Do not apply excessive weight, for example, a person stepping on the magnetic owmeter.
All procedures relating to installation must comply with the electrical code of the country where it is used.
IM 01E20A01-01EN


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Introduction Introduction


(6) European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
WARNING
• When using the instrument in compliance with PED, be sure to read Chapter 9 before use.
(7) Modi cation
Yokogawa will not be liable for malfunctions or damage resulting from any modi cation made to this instrument by the customer.
(8) Product Disposal
The instrument should be disposed of in accordance with local and national legislation/regulations.
(9) Authorized Representative in EEA
In relation to the CE Marking, The authorized representative for this product in the EEA (European Economic Area) is:
Yokogawa Europe B.V.
Euroweg 2, 3825 HD Amersfoort,The Netherlands
1.2 Warranty
• The terms of this instrument that are guaranteed are described in the quotation. We will make any repairs that may become necessary during the guaranteed term free of charge.
• Contact our sales of ce if this instrument requires repair.
• If the instrument is faulty, contact us with concrete details about the problem and the length of time it has been faulty, and state the model and serial number. We would appreciate the inclusion of drawings or additional information.
• The results of our examination will determine whether the meter will be repaired free of charge or on an at- cost basis.
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 The guarantee will not apply in the following cases:
• Damage due to negligence or insuf cient maintenance on the part of the customer.
• Problems or damage resulting from handling, operation or storage that violates the intended use and speci cations.
• Problems that result from using or performing maintenance on the instrument in a location that does not comply with the installation location speci ed by Yokogawa.
• Problems or damage resulting from repairs or modi cations not performed by Yokogawa or someone authorized by Yokogawa.
• Problems or damage resulting from inappropriate reinstallation after delivery.
• Problems or damage resulting from disasters such as res, earthquakes, storms, oods, or lightning strikes and external causes.
1.3 Combination for Flowtube and Remote Converter
IMPORTANT
• The AXF remote owtube (sizes 2.5 to 400 mm (0.1 to 16 in.)) should be combined with one of the following converters:
Table1.2 Combinationfor owtubeand remote converter
Note: “” means any of the following.
002, 005, 010, 015, 025, 032, 040, 050, 065, 080, 100, 125, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400
Contact Yokogawa before using it in combination
with converters other than those listed above.
• For ATEX, IECEx or TIIS certi ed AXF remote
owtube, it is only approved to be combined with
AXFA14 converter.
• The AXW remote owtube (sizes 500 to 1800
mm (20 to 72 in.)) should be combined with the
AXFA11 remote converter.
• If the converter combined with the AXF magnetic
owmeter’s remote owtube is changed from the AXFA11 to AXFA14 or vice versa, the meter factor of the remote owtube must be readjusted according to its ow calibration.
Remote Flowtube
Combined with the Remote Converter
Model
Communication Code
Model
AXFG AXFC AXFH AXFW
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AXFA11G
AXFG AXFC AXFH AXFW
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3. Installation
WARNING
Installation of the magnetic owmeter must be performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures relating to installation.
Installation Location Precautions
Select the installation location with consideration to the following items to ensure long-term stable operation of the instrument.
 Ambient Temperature:
Avoid installing the instrument in locations with constantly uctuating temperatures. If the location is subject to radiant heat from the plant, provide heat insulation or improve ventilation.
 Atmospheric Condition:
Avoid installing the instrument in a corrosive atmosphere. In situations where this is unavoidable, consider ways to improve ventilation and to prevent rainwater from entering and being retained in the conduit pipes.
 Vibrations or Shocks:
Avoid installing the instrument in a place subject to
shocks or vibrations.
 Explosion protected type:
Explosion protect types can be installed in hazardous areas according to the types of gases for which they are certi ed. See the description in Chapter 10 and “INSTALLATION AND OPERATING PRECAUTIONS FOR TIIS FLAMEPROOF EQUIPMENT” in this user’s manual.
3.1 Piping Design Precautions
IMPORTANT
Design piping correctly, referring to the following to prevent damage to owtubes and to assure accurate measuring.
NOTE
This chapter describes the remote owtube as an example. The same attention must be paid to the integral owmeter.
(1) Location
IMPORTANT
Install the owmeter in a location where it is not exposed to direct sunlight. The minimum ambient temperature is limited by the minimum uid temperature of the owtube (the lining). For more information, refer to “OUTLINE” of the appropriate manual which can be downloaded from our website. The owmeter may be used in an ambient humidity where the relative humidity ranges from 0 to 100%. However, avoid long-term continuous operation at relative humidity above 95%.
(2) Noise Avoidance
IMPORTANT
The owmeter should be installed away from electrical motors, transformers, and other power sources in order to avoid interference with measurement.
(3) Required Lengths of Straight Runs
To maintain accurate measurement, see JIS B7554 which explains the requirements for upstream piping conditions of magnetic owmeters.
Based on JIS B7554 and our piping condition test data, we recommend the piping conditions as shown in the following gures.
When installing two or more magnetic owmeters on a single pipe, provide a run of at least 10D between them.
D: Flowtube Size Expander
pipe
or more 0 is allowable. 0 is allowable. 10D or more or more
Various valves
5D or more 0 is allowable. 5D or more 0 is allowable. 10D or more or more
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*1: Do not install anything in the vicinity that may interfere with the magnetic eld, induced signal voltages, or ow velocity distributions of the owmeter.
*2: A straight run may not be required on the downstream side of the owmeter. However, if a downstream valve
or other tting causes irregularity or deviation in ows, provide a straight run of 2D to 3D on the downstream side.
*3: The valves shall be mounted on the downstream side so that deviated ows do not occur in the owtube and to avoid startup from an empty condition.
Gate valve fully open
Reducer pipe
5D or more Tee
2D
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 Mounting orientation IMPORTANT
If electrodes are perpendicular to the ground, air bubbles near the top or precipitates at the bottom may cause measurement errors. Ensure that the terminal box of a remote owtube and converter of an integral owmeter are mounted above the piping to prevent water from entering them.
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CAUTION
In order to lift a magnetic owmeter that is tted with eyebolts, proceed as in Figure 3.2.1. Never lift it using a bar passed through the owtube as this damages the liner severely.
When lifting the magnetic owmeter in vertical position, eyebolts (or eyenuts and bolts) are necessary. Attach them to the ange bolt holes, and then lift the magnetic owmeter.
(Correct)
Electrode
Figure 3.1.6
3.2 Handling Precautions
WARNING
(Incorrect)
Air bubble
(Incorrect)
Electrode
Precipitate
Water can seep into the terminal box.
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Mounting Orientation
The magnetic owmeter is a heavy instrument.
Be careful that no damage is caused to personnel through accidentally dropping it, or by exerting excessive force on the magnetic owmeter. When moving the magnetic owmeter, always use a trolley and have at least two people carry it.
NOTE
This chapter describes the remote owtube as an example. The same attention must be paid to the integral owmeter.
3.2.1 General Precautions
(1) Precaution during Transportation
The magnetic owmeter is packed tightly. When
it is unpacked, pay attention to prevent damaging
the owmeter. To prevent accidents while it is being transported to the installing location, transport it to the site in its original packing.
Care should be taken not to drop the owmeter or expose it to excessive shock. In particular, be careful not to subject the ange surface to shock. This may lead to liner damage which will result in inaccurate readings.
(3) Flange Protection Covers
IMPORTANT
Keep the protective covering (i.e. the corrugated cardboard or other cushioning material) in place over the ange except when mounting the owmeter to the pipe.
Horizontal position
Figure 3.2.1 Lifting Flowmeter
(2) Avoid Shocks from Impact
CAUTION
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(4)
Terminal Box Cover
IMPORTANT
As it is possible that the insulation will deteriorate, do not open the terminal box cover until it is time to wire it.
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Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity It is not desirable to leave the owmeter unused
tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near for a long term after installation. If this situation is
the upstream side of a magnetic owmeter, they may unavoidable, take care of the owmeter by observing
affect the ow rate’s indications. To avoid this situation, the following.
it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If  itCisoun avromidabtiloe nthaotfchsemailcianlsgmcuosnt bdeitfieodnosn tfhoer utphsetre aomwsimdee, tperorvide a suf cient length of straight
(8) 3.3
Flowmeter and Remote
Figure 3.1.2 Chemical Injection
Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior The internal diameters of the gaskets are close to
supplementary inspections.
(5) 3.2.2
of the owtube lled with uids.
those of the grounding rings (refer to Table 3.3.16).
Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing
Vertical mounting is effective in such cases as For uids capable of potentially permeating PFA
Flowmeter Piping Compounds
when uids tend to separate or solid matter may be linings (such as nitric acid, hydro uoric acid, or
< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n >
Supporting the Flowmeter Installation of Integral
9 7
CAUTION
Flowtube
run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper Con rm that the terminal box screw and wiring ports are
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the vibratIioMnsP, shOocRksT, aAndNexTpansion and contraction forces of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then
Do not forget to insert gaskets from Yokogawa between support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small-
pipes and owmeter, which shall be supplied when the sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
owmeter has ceramics lining with no grounding rings. particular, x the owmeter in parallel with the piping on a
In case of grounding rings to be supplied and attached mounting base.
later, these gaskets shall be inserted between grounding rings and owmeter.



mixture of uids.
well sealed. Equip the conduit piping with drain plugs
(9) Mounting Positions
 Pipesmustbefully lledwithliquids.
or waterproof glands to prevent moisture or water from
(Incorrect) (Correct)
penetrating into the owmeter through the conduit.
NOTE IMPORTANT
Upstream side Downstream side
 Regular inspections
Inspect the sealing conditions as mentioned above, and
the inside of the terminal box at least once a year.
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The tightening torque value to which gaskets must
may have penetrated into the inside owmeter perform
measurement errors may be caused.
values include the corresponding gasket types.
be tightened varies depending on the type and
It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times, external dimensions of the lining and the gasket. In
otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and this section, the tables indicating tightening torque
IMPORTANT CAUTION
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting, direct sodium hydrate at high temperatures), different
the uids from the bottom to the top to ensure that the tightening torque values must be applied. The
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds Misaligned or slanted piping can lead to leakage and
on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence damage to the anges.
on the ow indications by owing out and covering
the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In (1) Correct any misaligned or slanted piping, and any
pipes remain fully lled.
tables of these torque values is indicated in this
section.
For replacement models for the earlier ADMAG
(Incorrect)
(Correct) h
particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing
gaps that may exist between mounting anges before compound is used in the case of vertical piping. installing the owmeter (refer to Figure 3.2.2).
(Correct) (Incorrect)
or ADMAG AE, the tightening torque values in the
h
tables can be applied if their process connections,
(6) Service Area
Figure 3.1.4 Mounting Positions
3.3.1 Nominal Diameter 2.5 mm (0.1 in.) to
 Av1o0idmamir(b0u.4bibnl.e),sU. nion Joint Type Ceramics linings with diameters of 2.5 mm (0.1 in.), 5 mm
h>0
the lining types, and the nominal sizes are the same.F0304.ai
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Select installin
where there is adeq overhauling, etc.
to service
IMPORTANT
locations g, wiring,
uate space
(7) Bypass Line
(0.2 in.), or 10 mm (0.4 in.) are connected using union
joints. Weld or screw the connecting ttings in Table 3.3.1 If air bubbles enter a measurement pipe, ow rate
Misaligned
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate
onto the piping. The external dimensions of the ttings indications may be affected and measurement errors
Slanted
maintenance and zero adjustment.
Bypass valve
(2) Inside a newly installed pipeline, there may be some
foreign substances such as residue from welding
are shown in the table. may be caused.
Figure 3.2.2 Slanted and Misaligned Flowmeter Piping
or wood chips. Remove them by ushing the piping Block valve
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
before mounting the owmeter. This prevents the lining from being damaged, as well as the occurrence of erroneous measured signals resulting from foreign
Block valve
substances passing through the owtube during
Figure 3.1.3 Bypass Line
measurement.
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
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(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
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Table 3.3.1 Fitting Dimensions
Screw joint (process connection codes: GUR and GUN)
<3. Installation> 10 (2) Connecting Process Piping
Weld or screw the connection ttings to the process piping.
IMPORTANT
• Be sure to pass the connection ttings through the union joint nuts in advance.
• When welding the ttings, pay attention to the edge preparation, level differences between the ttings and the piping, and the welding current to avoid deforming the piping or causing stagnation portion of the uid.
(3) Positioning the Flowmeter
Install the owmeter on a mounting base and position it so that the center axis of the owtube is aligned with that of the process piping. Then screw the union joint nuts to the connecting ports of the owmeter.
CAUTION
Ceramics pipes may be damaged if the nuts are tightened when the center axes are not properly aligned.
(4) Tightening Nuts
Use a torque wrench to tighten the union joint nuts.
CAUTION
Tighten the union joint nuts according to the tightening torque values in Table 3.3.2. For permeable uid (such as nitric acid, hydro uoric acid or sodium hydrate at high temperature), tighten the nuts according to the torque values in Table 3.3.3.
As the gasket material is uorocarbon PTFE, it is possible that the nuts may loosen as time passes. Retighten the nuts if this is the case. Be sure to use the gasket (thickness is 1.5 mm) which comes with the owmeter.
Unit : mm (approx. inch) D
øA
4 (0.16)
0 øB øC-0.1
11.5(0.45)
30(1.18)
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Code
øA
øB
øC
D
2.5 (0.1)
GUR
22 (0.87)
8 (0.31)
18.5 (0.73)
R1/4
GUN
22 (0.87)
8 (0.31)
18.5 (0.73)
NPT1/4
5 (0.2)
GUR
22 (0.87)
8 (0.31)
18.5 (0.73)
R1/4
GUN
22 (0.87)
8 (0.31)
18.5 (0.73)
NPT1/4
10 (0.4)
GUR
25 (0.98)
10 (0.39)
22.5 (0.89)
R3/8
GUN
25 (0.98)
10 (0.39)
22.5 (0.89)
NPT3/8
Weld joint (process connection code: GUW)
Unit : mm (approx. inch)
øA øB
4 (0.16)
+0.3 0
0 -0.1
øC øD
10(0.39) 35(1.38)
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Code
øA
øB
øC
øD
2.5 (0.1)
GUW
22(0.87)
8(0.31)
14.3(0.56)
18.5(0.73)
5 (0.2)
GUW
22(0.87)
8(0.31)
14.3(0.56)
18.5(0.73)
10 (0.4)
GUW
25(0.98)
10(0.39)
17.8(0.70)
22.5(0.89)
(1) Mounting Direction
Mount the owmeter so that the ow direction of the uid to be measured is in line with the direction of the arrow mark on the owmeter.
IMPORTANT
If it is impossible to match the direction of the arrow mark, the direction of the electrical connection can be changed. Refer to the applicable user’s manuals which can be downloaded from our website.
In case the uid being measured ows against the arrow direction, change the value from “Forward” to “Reverse” at the parameter [ J20: Flow Direction ] (refer to Chapter 8).
Table 3.3.2
Table 3.3.3
Tightening torque values for Union Joint Type
Tightening torque values for Union Joint Type and Permeable Fluids
Size mm (inch)
Torque (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
2.5 (0.1)
9 to 12 / {91.77 to 122.4} / [79.66 to 106.2]
5 (0.2)
9 to 12 / {91.77 to 122.4} / [79.66 to 106.2]
10 (0.4)
14 to 18 / {142.8 to 183.5} / [123.9 to 159.3]
Size mm (inch)
Torque (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
2.5 (0.1)
11 to 15 / {112.2 to 153} / [97.36 to 132.8]
5 (0.2)
11 to 15 / {112.2 to 153} / [97.36 to 132.8]
10 (0.4)
17 to 23 / {173.4 to 234.5} / [150.5 to 203.6]
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(4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity
IMPORTANT
Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near
Gasket
the upstream side of a magnetic owmeter, they may
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Mount the owmeter so that the ow direction of the uid to be measured is in line with the direction of the arrow
Connecting fitting
affect the ow rate’s indications. To avoid this situation,
of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then
Union joint nut
it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be
support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small-
*Piping located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If
it is unavoidable that chemicals must be fed on the upstream side, provide a suf cient length of straight run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper mixture of uids.
If it is impossible to match the direction of the arrow sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
*Mounting base
(9) Mounting Positions
(Incorrect) Upstream side
 Pipesmustbefully lledwithliquids. IMPORTANT
Figure 3.1.2
measurement errors may be caused.
the owmeter. Use the appropriate centering devices
Block valve
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the so tighten them regularly. Be sure to tighten the nuts owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to
(Correct) Downstream side
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Chemical Injection
“Reverse” at the parameter [ J20: Flow Direction ] (refer to Chapter 8).
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing Compounds
of the owtube lled with uids.
(3) VeProticsailtimoonuintgintghies eFffleocwtivmeeintesruch cases as
IMPORTANT
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting, direct both anges and position the owmeter so that the Mini-
Horizontal mounting
the uids from the bottom to the top to ensure that the anges and the centering devices come in close contact
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Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence
on the ow indications by owing out and covering
the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
(6) Service Area
Select locations where there is adequate space to service installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
Vertical mounting
(7) Bypass Line F0313.ai
pipes remain fully lled.
with each other. Pass the other through-bolts through
Figure 3.3.1 Mounting Procedure for Union Joint Type
If air bubbles enter a measurement pipe, ow rate acid, or sodium hydrate at high temperatures), tighten the
indications may be affected and measurement errors nuts according to the torque values in Table 3.3.6.
may be caused.
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate
(sizes: 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.))
maintenance and zero adjustment.
3.3.2 Nominal Diameter 2.5 mm (0.1 in.) to
CAUTION
40 mm (1.5 in.), Wafer Type
be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the For a owmeter with uorocarbon PFA lining, it is
IMPORTANT
Use bolts and nuts in compliance with the ange
ratings. When stud-type throBulogckh-vbalovlets are used, be F0303.ai
measurement pipe of a owtube.
possible that the nuts may loosen as time passes,
sure the outside diameter of the shank is smaller than
step up to the prescribed torque value. (Correct)
Figure 3.1.3 Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
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that of the thread ridge. Be sure to choose a gasket with inner and outer diameters that does not protrude inside the piping (refer to Table 3.3.16). If the inner diameter of the gasket is too large, or outer diameter of the gasket is too small, uid leakage may result.
Figure 3.1.5
(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
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arrow direction, change the value from “Forward” to
Bypass valve
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must
CAUTION
mark on the owmeter.
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the
vibrations, shocks, and expansion and contraction forces
IMPORTANT
mark, the direction of the electrical connection can particular, x the owmeter in parallel with the piping on a
be changed. Refer to the applicable user’s manuals mounting base.
which can be downloaded from our website.
In case the uid being measured ows against the
(2) Mounting Centering Devices
It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times, To maintain concentricity of the owmeter with the
otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and pipes, install centering devices on the Mini- anges of
Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior 33 according to the nominal diameter and the ange ratings.
Installation Installation
when uids tend to separate or solid matter may be Pass two through-bolts through the adjacent holes of
the other holes (refer to Figure 3.3.2 and Figure 3.3.3).
In case stud-type through-bolts are u(Csoerrdec,t)position the(mIncorrect) h
in suc(Choarrewct)ay that th(eIncoerrnectet) ring devices comeh>in0 contact with the bolt threhads.
h>0
(4) Tightening Nuts
Figure 3.1.4 Mounting Positions
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Tighten the nuts according to the torque values for metal
piping in Table 3.3.4. For PVC piping, select an optional
 Avoid air bubbles.
the nuts to the torque values for PVC piping in Table
code of GA, GC, or GD, use rubber gaskets and tighten
3.3.5. IMPORTANT
For permeable uids (such as nitric acid, hydro uoric
according to the prescribed torque values. Tighten prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe,
them diagonally with the same torque values, step by thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
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Horizontal mounting
Figure 3.3.2
Piping-side flange
Horizontal mounting
Figure 3.3.3
*Through-bolt (four units)
*Nut (eight units)
*Gasket (two units) Mini-flange
<3. Installation> 12
*: These items can be ordered optionally.
If they are provided by the user, choose nuts and bolts in compliance with the flange ratings.
Centering device (two units)
Vertical mounting
Mounting Procedure for Wafer Type (sizes: 2.5 to 15 mm (0.1 to 0.5 in.))
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*Nut (eight units)
*Through-bolt (four units)
Piping-side flange
*: These items can be ordered optionally.
If they are provided by the user, choose nuts and bolts in compliance with the flange ratings.
Centering device (two units)
Mini-flange
*Gasket (two units)
Vertical mounting
Mounting Procedure for Wafer Type (sizes: 25, 32 and 40 mm (1.0, 1.25 and 1.5 in.))
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Table 3.3.4 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping (4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity
c
w
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If
CAUTION
D
m
IMPORTANT
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence
Table 3.3.5 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for PVC Piping
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
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on the ow indications by owing out and covering
compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
(7) Bypass Line
Block valve
h h>0
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1 3 7
Tightening torque values for PFA/Polyurethane Rubber lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
Gasket types within
owtube
IMP
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No gasket (standard)
Gasket types for user’s ange
Non-asbestos ber gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Do not inFslatnaglel ratings
Size tends to beco mm (inch)
the owmeter where uid
JIS 10K
me uneven. If chemicals a
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
onductivity
re fed near
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
v
o not secure the owmeter
DIN PN40
ibrations, shocks, and expa
separately to prevent the
JPI Class 150
nsion and contraction forces
the upstream
2.5 (0.1) affect the o
side of a m7.a2 tgo n8.4etic owme
{73.42 to 85.66}
rate’s in[d63i.c72atoti7o4.n35s] . To avoi
ter, they m7a.3yto 8.4
{74.44 to 85.66} o d this situ[a64t.6io1 tno 7,4.35]
7.6 to 8.4
f t h e p i p i n { g 7 7 . f 5 r o t o m8 5 . 6 a 6 } f f e c t i n g i t . [67.26 to 74.35]
7.9 to 12.7
Fix the pip{8e0.s8 to 1r2s9t.9,}then
[70.1 to 112.7]
it is recomme 5 (0.2)
7.2 to 8.4
nded that the chemical fee {73.42 to 85.66}
[63.72 to 74.35]
d ports be 7.3 to 8.4 {74.44 to 85.66}
[64.61 to 74.35]
s
7.6 to 8.4
{77.5 to 85.66}
ized owmeters (sizes 2.5 t
[67.26 to 74.35]
7.9 to 12.7
{80.8 to 129.9}
10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
[70.1 to 112.7]
10 (0.4)
it is unavoida
7.2 to 8.4
{73.42 to 85.66}
ble that chemicals must be [63.72 to 74.35]
p [64.61 to 74.35]
{74.44 to 85.66} fed on the7.3 to 8.4
7.6 to 8.4
articular, x the owmeter in {77.5 to 85.66}
[67.26 to 74.35] ounting base.
7.9 to 12.7
parallel with the piping on a {80.8 to 129.9}
[70.1 to 112.7]
upstream sid 15 (0.5)
run (approxi
e, provide a7.2stou8f. 4 cient lengt
[63.72 to 74.35]
ately 50D or more) to ens
{73.42 to 85.66}
h of straigh7t.3 to 8.4
[64.61 to 74.35] ure the proper
{74.44 to 85.66}
7.6 to 8.4 {77.5 to 85.66} [67.26 to 74.35]
7.9 to 12.7 {80.8 to 129.9} [70.1 to 112.7]
mix25tu(1r.0e) of ui
23.5 to 27.3 ds. {239.6 to 278.4}
[208 to 241.6]
23.7 to 27.3 {241.7 to 278.4} [209.8 to 241.6]
(9
22.3 to 27.3
) Mounting Positions
{227.4 to 278.4}
[197.4 to 241.6]
19.6 to 21.8 {200.0 to 222.1} [173.5 to 192.6]
32 (1.25) (Incorrect)
26.2 to 30.5 {267.2 to 311} (C[23o1.r9rteoc26t9).9]
26.6 to 30.5 {271.2 to 311} [235.4 to 269.9]

28.0 to 30.5
{285.5 to 311}
Pipes must be full
[247.8 to 269.9]

lled with liquids.
Upstream sid 40 (1.5)
e Do36w.2ntos4t2r.e4am side {369.1 to 432.4}
[320.4 to 375.3]
36.9 to 42.4 {376.3 to 432.4} [326.6 to 375.3]
39.1 to 42.4 {398.7 to 432.4} [346.1 to 375.3]
30.1 to 33.4 {307.2 to 341.3} [266.5 to 296.0]
support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small- o
m
y
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times,
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororesin with ceramic llers (Valqua #7020) (standard) gasket, or uororesin with carbon gasket (optional code GF)
otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and
Gasket types for user’s
ange Figure 3.1.2 C
hemical Injection Non-asbestos gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
measurement errors may be caused.
Size
mm (inch)
Flange ratings
JIS 10K ANSI Class 150 DIN PN10
JISP2i0pKing shall be des ANSI Class 300
of the owtube lle
DIN PN16
igned so as to maintain the interior d with uids. DIN PN40
(5) Precaut
15 (0.5)
Compo
ions for Use 6o.8ftoL11i.0quid Sealing
{69.3 to 112.2} nds [60.2 to 97.4]
6.8 to 11.0
Vertical mounting i
[60.2 to 97.4]
when uids tend to
{69.3 to 112.2}
6.6 to 11.0
s effective in such cases as
[58.4 to 97.4]
separate or solid matter may be
{67.3 to 112.2}
25 (1.0)
18.9 to 24.5 {192.7 to 249.8} [167.3 to 216.8]
19.1 to 24.5
{194.8 to 249.8}
precipitated. When
[169.0 to 216.8]
14.7 to 24.5
{149.9 to 249.8}
employing vertical mounting, direct
[130.1 to 216.8]
40 (1.5)
34.5 to 45.7 {351.8 to 466.0} [305.4 to 404.5]
41.7ttho e57.4 uids from the {425.2 to 585.3}
[369.1ptoip50e8.s0] remain fully
bottom to the to34p.5 to57e.4nsure that the {351.8 to 585.3}
lled. [305.4 to 508.0]
u
F0302.ai
IMPORTANT

Tightening torque values for PFA lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
(Correct) (Incorrect)
the surfaces
Gasket types within
owtube
ofanelectrodeorgroundingring.In Fluororubbergasket(optionalcodesGA,GC,andGD) h
Gaspkeat trytpiecsufolraurs,erc’sar ange
e must be taken if a liquid sealing
h>0
Fluororubber gasket, chloroprene rubber gasket (optional codes BSC and BCC), or the equivalent in hardness
F030
Size
mm (inch)
Flange ratings
JIS 10K ANSI Class 150 DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300 Fi
DIN PN16
ure 3.1.4 DMINoPuN4n0ting Positi
ns JPI Class 150
(6) 2.5S(0e.1)rvice
1.5 to 2.5 Area {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.5 {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.4 {15.3 to 24.47} [13.28 to 21.24]
1.6 to 2.6 {16.4 to 26.5} [14.2 to 23.0]
Sele5c(t0.l2o) cation
1.5 to 2.5
s where th{15e.3rteo 2i5s.49a} dequate [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.5 space to s{1e5.3rvtoi2c5e.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.4 {15.3 to 24.47} [13.28 to 21.24]
1.6 to 2.6 {16.4 to 26.5} [14.2 to 23.0]
10 (0.4)
1.5 to 2.5 {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.5 {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
IMPORTAN
1.5 to 2.4
{15.3 to 24.47} [13.28 to 21.24]
1.6 to 2.6 {16.4 to 26.5} [14.2 to 23.0]
15 (0.5)
It is recommen
1.5 to 2.5 {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
ded to install a bypass line
If to facilitate i
1.5 to 2.5 {15.3 to 25.49} [13.28 to 22.13]
1.5 to 2.4
air bubbles enter a measu {15.3 to 24.47}
[13.28 to 21.24] dications may be affected
1.6 to 2.6 rement pipe, ow rate
{16.4 to 26.5}
[14.2 to 23.0]
and measurement errors
25 (1.0) maintenance a
{49.97 to 82.6} nd zero adjustment.
4.9 to 8.1
[43.37 to 71.69]
5.0 to 8.3 {50.99 to84.64 } [44.25 to 73.46]
{43.85 to 73.42} ay be caused.
4.3 to 7.2
[38.06 to 63.72]
4.0 to 6.6 {41.3 to 67.0} [35.8 to 58.1]
32 (1.25)
5.5 to 9.2 {56.08 to 93.81}
Bypass valve [48.68 to 81.43]
5.7 to 9.5 {58.12 to 96.87} [50.45 to 84.08]
In
5.4 to 8.9 {55.06 to 90.75} [47.79 to 78.77]
cases where uids contain

air bubbles, piping must
40 (1.5)
7.7 to 12.9 {78.52 to 131.5} [68.15 to 114.2]
8.1 to 13.4
{82.6 to 136.6} be [71.69 to 118.6]
7.5 to 12.5
designed{76t.o48tpor12e7v.5e} ntthem [66.38 to 110.6]
6.4 to 10.4
from accu{6m5.4utol1a0t6i.n6}g in the [56.7 to 92.4]
go  Avoid air bubbles.
T
n m
measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe,
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororubber gasket (optional codes GA, GC, and GD)
Gasket types for user’s ange
Block valve
F0303.ai thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
Fluororubber gasket, chloroprene rubber gasket (optional codes BSC and BCC), or the equivalent in hardness
ratings Figure 3.1.3 B
Size
mm (inch)
Flange
JIS 10K ypass Line ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K ANSI Class 300
DINPN16 (Correct)
DIN PN40
(Correct) (Incor
15 (0.5)
0.8 to 1.4 {8.2 to 14.3} [7.1 to 12.4]
0.8 to 1.4 {8.2 to 14.3} [7.1 to 12.4]
0.8 to 1.4 (Incorrect) {8.2 to 14.3} [7.1 to 12.4]
Valve
25 (1.0)
2.3 to 3.1 {23.5 to 31.6} [20.4 to 27.4]
2.4 to 3.1 {24.5 to 31.6} [21.2 to 27.4]
1.9 to 3.1 {19.4to 31.6} [16.8 to 27.4]
F03
40 (1.5)
4.4 to 6.0 {44.9 to 61.2} [38.9 to 53.1]
5.2 to 7.3 {53.0 to 74.4} [46.0 to 64.6]
4.4 to 7.3 {44.9 to 74.4} [38.9 to 64.6]
Figure 3.1.5 Avoiding Air Bubbles
rect)
05.ai
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<3. Installation> 14
Table 3.3.6 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping and Permeable Fluids
Tightening torque values for PFA lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
Gasket types within owtube
No gasket (standard)
Gasket types for user’s ange
PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Size
mm (inch)
Flange ratings
JIS 10K ANSI Class 150 DIN PN10
JIS 20K ANSI Class 300 DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JPI Class 150
2.5 (0.1)
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
11.1 to 12.4 {113.2 to 126.4} [98.24 to 109.7]
11.8 to 12.1 {120.6 to 123.7} [104.6 to 107.3]
5 (0.2)
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
11.1 to 12.4 {113.2 to 126.4} [98.24 to 109.7]
11.8 to 12.1 {120.6 to 123.7} [104.6 to 107.3]
10 (0.4)
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
11.1 to 12.4 {113.2 to 126.4} [98.24 to 109.7]
11.8 to 12.1 {120.6 to 123.7} [104.6 to 107.3]
15 (0.5)
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
10.8 to 12.4 {110.1 to 126.4} [95.59 to 109.7]
11.1 to 12.4 {113.2 to 126.4} [98.24 to 109.7]
11.8 to 12.1 {120.6 to 123.7} [104.6 to 107.3]
25 (1.0)
34.9 to 40.1 {355.9 to 408.9} [308.9 to 354.9]
35.2 to 40.1 {358.9 to 408.9} [311.5 to 354.9]
32.3 to 37.1 {329.4 to 378.3} [285.9 to 328.4]
29.2 to 29.9 {297.6 to 305.5} [258.1 to 265.0]
32 (1.25)
38.8 to 44.6 {395.6 to 454.8} [343.4 to 394.7]
39.2 to 44.6 {399.7 to 454.8} [346.9 to 394.7]
40.6 to 46.7 {414.0 to 476.2} [359.3 to 413.3]

40 (1.5)
53.5 to 61.5 {545.5 to 627.1} [473.5 to 544.3]
54.2 to 61.5 {552.7 to 627.1} [479.7 to 544.3]
56.4 to 61.5 {575.1 to 627.1} [499.2 to 544.3]
44.6 to 45.8 {455.0 to 467.3} [394.7 to 405.3]
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororesin with ceramic llers (Valqua #7020) gasket (standard), or uororesin with carbon gasket (optional code GF)
Gasket types for user’s ange
PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Size
mm (inch)
Flange ratings
JIS 10K ANSI Class 150 DIN PN10
JIS 20K ANSI Class 300 DIN PN16
DIN PN40
15 (0.5)
8.1 to 13.1 {82.6 to 133.6} [71.7 to 115.9]
8.1 to 13.1 {82.6 to 133.6} [71.7 to 115.9]
7.9 to 13.1 {80.6 to 133.6} [69.9 to 115.9]
25 (1.0)
22.5 to 29.0 {229.4 to 295.7} [199.1 to 256.7]
22.7 to 29.0 {231.5 to 295.7} [200.9 to 256.7]
17.4 to 29.0 {177.4 to 295.7} [154.0 to 256.7]
40 (1.5)
40.6 to 53.8 {414.0 to 548.6} [359.3 to 476.2]
49.3 to 67.7 {502.7 to 690.3} [436.3 to 599.2]
40.6 to 67.7 {414.0 to 690.3} [359.3 to 599.2]
3.3.3 Nominal Diameter 50 mm (2.0 in.) to 300 mm (12.0 in.), Wafer Type
IMPORTANT
Use bolts and nuts in compliance with the ange ratings. When stud-type through-bolts are used, be sure the outside diameter of the shank is smaller than that of the thread ridge. Be sure to choose a gasket with inner and outer diameters that does not protrude inside the piping (refer to Table 3.3.16). If the inner diameter of the gasket is too large, or outer diameter of the gasket is too small, uid leakage may result.
(1) Mounting Direction
Mount the owmeter so that the ow direction of the uid to be measured is in line with the direction of the arrow mark on the owmeter.
IMPORTANT
If it is impossible to match the direction of the arrow mark, the direction of the electrical connection can be changed. Refer to the applicable user’s manuals which can be downloaded from our website.
In case the uid being measured ows against the arrow direction, change the value from “Forward” to “Reverse” at the parameter [ J20: Flow Direction ] (refer to Chapter 8).
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NOTE CAUTION
To maintain concentricity of the owmeter with the pipes,
IMPORTANT
install centering devices. From the process piping side,
Precautions for size 125 mm (5 in.), 150 mm (6 in.),
pass two through-bolts through the four centering devices Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
replaceable electrode type
(two for each bolt) and the adjacent two holes (the lower tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the When installing this type of owmeter with JIS F12
two holes for horizontal mounting) of both of the anges the upstream side of a magnetic owmeter, they may
vibrations, shocks, and expansion and contraction forces (JIS 75M) anges, turn the owmeter slightly because
(refer to Figure 3.3.4). Use the appropriate centering affect the ow rate’s indications. To avoid this situation,
of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then the cover of the electrode chambers will interfere with
devices according to the nominal diameter and the ange it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be
support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small- the bolts.
ratings. The centering devices are engraved with an located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If
sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
identifying character. Use the appropriate ones which it is unavoidable that chemicals must be fed on the
particular, x the owmeter in parallel with the piping on a (4) mTouignhtintegnbiansge.Nuts
meet the required speci cations by referring to Table upstream side, provide a suf cient length of straight
3.3.10 and Table 3.3.11 (AXF standard models) and Table run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper
Tighten the nuts according to the torque values for metal piping in Table 3.3.7. For PVC piping, select an optional
3.3.12 (replacement models for the earlier ADMAG or mixture of uids.
(9) Mounting Positions
ADMAG AE).
code of GA, GC, or GD, use rubber gaskets and tighten thenutstothetorquevaluesforPVCpipinginTable
(3) (PInocosrirteicot)ningtheF(Cloowrremcte)ter Upstream side Downstream side
 Pipesmustbefully lledwithliquids. For permeable uids (such as nitric acid, hydro uoric
Position the owmeter so that the Mini- anges and the centering devices come in close contact with each other. Be careful to prevent the four centering devices from coming into contact with the housing. If stud-type through-
3.3.8. IMPORTANT
acid, or sodium hydrate at high temperatures), tighten the
F0302.ai
bolts are used, position them in such a way that the four
nutsItaiscceosrsdeingtiatol ththaet ptoiprqeuserevmalauiensfuinllyTa bllled3a.3t .a9ll. times,
otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and
Figure 3.1.2 Chemical Injection
measurement errors may be caused.
centering devices come in contact with the bolt threads
Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior 33 CAUTION
(refer to Figure 3.3.4). Pass the other through-bolts
of the owtube lled with uids. FoVreart icoawlmeotuenrtwinigthis ueoffreocctiavreboinsPuFcAh clinaisnegs, iatsis powsshiebnle tuhiadtsthtennduttossmeapyarlaotoesoernsaoslidtimeapttaesrsmeasy, be soptrigehcitpeintattheedm. Wrehgeunlaermly.pBloeyisnugrevetortitcigahl tmenouthnetingu,tsdirect actchoerd iunigdstofrtohme pthresbcoritbtoemd torqthuetvoaplutoese.nTsiugrhetethnat the thepmipedsiargeomnailnlyfuwlliyth tlhleds. ame torque values, step by step up to the prescribed torque value.
through from the process piping side.
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing Compounds
IMPORTANT
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence
on the ow indications by owing out and covering
the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing
(Correct)
h h>0
(Incorrect)
F0304.ai
(Correct)
Select locations where there is adequate space to service installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
(7) Bypass Line
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate maintenance and zero adjustment.
(Incorrect)
*Nut (eight units) compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
h h>0
(6) Service Area
*: These items can be ordered optionally.
*Gasket (two units) If they are provided by the user, choose nuts and
Block valve
Figure 3.1.3
measurement pipe of a owtube. Centering device
Horizontal mounting
Bypass valve
Block valve
If air bubbles enter a measurement pipe, ow rate indications may be affected and measurement errors may be caused.
Mini
flange
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must
be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the
Bypass Line Figure 3.3.4
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5 Avoiding Air Bubbles
(Correct) F0316.ai
(Incorrect)
Valve
F0305.ai
F0303.ai
owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
*Through-bolt
Piping-side flange
< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > (8) Supporting the Flowmeter
1 5 7
Installation Installation
Figure 3.1.4
Mounting Positions
 Avoid air bubbles. Housing
bolts in compliance with the flange ratings.
IMPORTANT
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the (four units)
Vertical mounting
Mounting Procedure for Wafer Type (sizes: 50 to 300 mm (2.0 to 12 in.))
(Incorrect)
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Table 3.3.7 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping
<3. Installation> 16
Tightening torque values for PFA/Polyurethane Rubber/Natural Soft Rubber/EPDM Rubber lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
No gasket (standard)
Gasket types for user’s ange
Non-asbestos ber gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Flange
ratings Size
mm (inch)
JIS 10K
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JIS F12 (JIS 75M)
JPI Class 150
50 (2.0)
45.0 to 56.8 {458.9 to 579.2} [398.3 to 502.7]
45.0 to 56.8 {458.9 to 579.2} [398.3 to 502.7]

22.5 to 25.9 {229.4 to 264.1} [199.1 to 229.2]
22.5 to 25.9 {229.4 to 264.1} [199.1 to 229.2]

50.0 to 57.5 {509.9 to 586.3} [442.5 to 508.9}

44.5 to 50.9 {454.1 to 519.8} [393.9 to 450.9]
65 (2.5)
61.3 to 70.5 {625.1 to 718.9} [542.5 to 624.0]
61.3 to 70.5 {625.1 to 718.9} [542.5 to 624.0]

30.8 to 35.4 {314.1 to 361.0} [272.6 to 313.3]
30.8 to 35.4 {314.1 to 361.0} [272.6 to 313.3]
56.1 to 70.8 {572.1 to 722.0} [496.5 to 626.6]



80 (3.0)
35.0 to 40.3 {356.9 to 410.9} [309.8 to 356.7]
76.0 to 80.9 {775.0 to 825.0} [672.6 to 716.0]

39.9 to 45.9 {406.9 to 468.1} [353.1 to 406.2]
39.9 to 45.9 {406.9 to 468.1} [353.1 to 406.2]
39.9 to 45.9 {406.9 to 468.1} [353.1 to 406.2]

68.4 to 78.7 {697.5 to 802.5} [605.4 to 696.5]
70.0 to 80.1 {714.4 to 817.8} [619.6 to 709.3]
100 (4.0)
46.1 to 53 {470.1 to 540.5} [408.0 to 469.1]
46.1 to 53 {470.1 to 540.5} [408.0 to 469.1]

52.9 to 60.8 {539.4 to 620.0} [468.2 to 538.1]
52.9 to 60.8 {539.4 to 620.0} [468.2 to 538.1]
52.9 to 60.8 {539.4 to 620.0} [468.2 to 538.1]

88.6 to 101.9 {903.5 to 1039} [784.1 to 901.9]
45.0 to 51.5 {459.0 to 525.2} [398.1 to 455.6]
125 (5.0)
73.7 to 84.8 {751.5 to 864.7} [652.3 to 750.5]
73.7 to 84.8 {751.5 to 864.7} [652.3 to 750.5]

80.5 to 92.6 {820.9 to 944.3} [712.5 to 819.5]
80.5 to 92.6 {820.9 to 944.3} [712.5 to 819.5]
80.5 to 92.6 {820.9 to 944.3} [712.5 to 819.5]

75.1 to 86.4 {765.8 to 881.0} [664.7 to 764.7]

150 (6.0)
85.4 to 98.2 {870.8 to 1001} [755.8 to 869.1]
85.4 to 98.2 {870.8 to 1001} [755.8 to 869.1]

61.0 to 70.2 {622.0 to 715.8} [539.9 to 621.3]
61.0 to 70.2 {622.0 to 715.8} [539.9 to 621.3]
91.2 to 96.3 {930.0 to 982.0} [807.2 to 852.3]

86.3 to 99.2 {880.0 to 1012} [763.8 to 878.0]
78.9 to 86.2 {805.2 to 879.9} [698.4 to 763.2]
200 (8.0)
78.8 to 90.6 {803.5 to 923.9} [697.4 to 801.8]
113.6 to 135.8 {1158 to 1385} [1005 to 1202]
113.6 to 135.8 {1158 to 1385} {1005 to 1202]
87.5 to 100.6 {892.3 to 1026} [774.4 to 890.3]
87.5 to 100.6 {892.3 to 1026} [774.4 to 890.3]
87.5 to 100.6 {892.3 to 1026} [774.4 to 890.3]

88.6 to 101.9 {903.5 to 1039} [784.1 to 901.9]
109.6 to 119.7 {1118 to 1221} [970 to 1060]
250 (10)
119.4 to 137.3 {1218 to 1400} [1057 to 1215]
119.4 to 137.3 {1218 to 1400} [1057 to 1215]
119.4 to 137.3 {1218 to 1400} {1057 to 1215]




158.1 to 181.8 {1612 to 1854} [1399 to 1609]
120.8 to 136.4 {1232 to 1392} [1069 to 1207]
300 (12)
83.0 to 99.2 {846.4 to 1012} [734.6 to 878]
105.2 to 121.0 {1073 to 1234} [931.1 to 1071]
105.2 to 121.0 {1073 to 1234} {931.1 to 1071]




146.6 to 168.6 {1495 to 1719} [1297 to 1492]
141.8 to 160.1 {1447 to 1634} [1255 to 1417]
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororesin with ceramic llers (Valqua #7020) gasket (standard), or uororesin with carbon gasket (optional code GF)
Gasket types for user’s ange
Non-asbestos gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Flange
ratings Size
mm (inch)
JIS 10K
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JIS F12 (JIS 75M)
50 (2.0)
48.2 to 80.3 {491.5 to 818.8} [426.6 to 710.7]
48.6 to 81.0 {495.6 to 826.0} [430.1 to 716.9]

23.5 to 39.1 {239.6 to 398.7} [208.0 to 346.1]
23.7 to 39.5 {241.7 to 402.8} [209.8 to 349.6]

48.2 to 80.3 {491.5 to 818.8} [426.6 to 710.7]

80 (3.0)
31.5 to 52.4 {321.2 to 534.3} [278.8 to 463.8]
64.2 to 107.0 {654.7 to 1091.1} [568.2 to 947.0]

38.8 to 64.7 {395.6 to 659.8} [343.4 to 572.6]
38.2 to 63.7 {389.5 to 649.6} [338.1 to 563.8]
31.5 to 52.4 {321.2 to 534.3} [278.8 to 463.8]

63.7 to 106.2 {649.6 to 1082.9} [563.8 to 939.9]
100 (4.0)
36.0 to 59.9 {367.1 to 610.8} [318.6 to 530.2]
36.3 to 60.4 {370.2 to 615.9} [321.3 to 534.6]

44.3 to 73.8 {451.7 to 752.6} [392.1 to 653.2]
43.6 to 72.7 {444.6 to 741.3} [385.9 to 643.4]
36.0 to 59.9 {367.1 to 610.8} [318.6 to 530.2]

73.0 to 121.6 {744.4 to 1240.0} [646.1 to 1076.3]
150 (6.0)
75.5 to 125.9 {769.9 to 1283.8} [668.2 to 1114.3]
74.4 to 123.9 {758.7 to 1263.4} [658.5 to 1096.6]

53.4 to 89.1 {544.5 to 908.6} [472.6 to 788.6]
48.8 to 81.3 {497.6 to 829.0} [431.9 to 719.6]
75.5 to 125.9 {769.9 to 1283.8} [668.2 to 1114.3]

82.3 to 137.1 {839.2 to 1398.0} [728.4 to 1213.4]
200 (8.0)
72.9 to 121.6 {743.4 to 1240.0} [645.2 to 1076.3]
109.1 to 181.8 {1112.5 to 1853.8} [965.6 to 1609.1]
110.9 to 184.9 {1130.9 to 1885.5} [981.5 to 1636.5]
79.0 to 131.6 {805.6 to 1341.9} [699.2 to 1164.8]
80.0 to 133.3 {815.8 to 1359.3} [708.1 to 1179.8]
72.9 to 121.6 {743.4 to 1240.0} [645.2 to 1076.3]

89.7 to 149.5 {914.7 to 1524.5} [793.9 to 1323.2]
IM 01E20A01-01EN


Table 3.3.8 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for PVC Piping (4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity
< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > (8) Supporting the Flowmeter
1 7 7
IMPORTANT
Tightening torque values for PFA lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types
Do not inst
within owtube
ll the owmeter where uid conductivity
Fluororubber gasket (optional codes GA, GC, and GD)
Gasket types
tends to be
for user’s ange
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the come uneveFnlu.oIrforcuhbebemr gicaasklseta, crhelofreodprneneearrubber gasket (optional codes BSC and BCC), or the equivalent in hardness
vibrations, shocks, and expansion and contraction forces
the upstrea
affect the
Sizeit is recom mm (inch)
Flange ratings
msideofa w rate’s ind
JIS 10K
ended that
agnetic o
ANSI
ications. To
Class 150
the chemica
wmeter, the avoid this sit
DIN PN10
l feed ports
may uation,
be
JIS 20K
of the
ANSI Classu30p0po
piping from a
DIN PN16
rt the owme
ffecting it. Fi
DIN PN40
ter with the p
the pipes r
JIS F12 ipe(JsIS.W75iMth) e
st, then
JPI xtraClsasmsa1l5l-0
located on t
50 (2.0)
it is unavoid
he9d.9otow16n.5str
{101.0 to 168.3}
able that ch [87.6 to 146.0]
am9.9stoid1e6.5of t
{101.0 to 168.3}
emicals mu [87.6 to 146.0]
he owmet
— tbefedon
r . 1I 0f . 6 t o 1 7 . 6
{108.1 to 179.5}
the
[93.8 to 155.8]
10.6 to 17.6 {108.1 top1a7r9ti.c5}u [93.8 to 155.8]
mount
lar, x—the o ing base.
9.5 to 15.9 w{9m6.9etoe1r6i2n.1p} [84.1 to 140.7]
rallel―with th
9.6 to 15.9 e{p98ip.1intog16o2n.2}a [85.1 to 140.7]
upstream si
65 (2.5)
run (approx
de1,4.p2 rto2v3i.d7 e
{144.8 to 241.7} imately 50D [125.7 to 209.8]
a s1 4u. 2f t oc 2i e3 . n7 t l
{144.8 to 241.7} or more) to [125.7 to 209.8]
ength of str
— ensure the
ig1h5t.5 to 25.9
{158.1 to 264.1} roper
[137.2 to 229.2]
15.5 to 25.9 {158.1 to 264.1} [137.2 to 229.2]
28.2 to 51.8 {287.6 to 528.2} [249.6 to 458.4]



mixture of 80 (3.0)
uids.
8.0 to 13.3
{81.6 to 135.6} [70.8 to 117.7]
17.4 to 26.7 {177.4 to 272.3} [154.0 to 236.3]

9.7 to 16.1 {98.9 to 164.2} [85.8 to 142.5]
(9) M
9.7 to 16.1
{98.9 to 164.2} [85.8 to 142.5]
ounting P
9.7 to 16.1
{98.9 to 164.2} [85.8 to 142.5]
sitions

15.4 to 25.6 {157.0 to 261.0} [136.3 to 226.6]
16.4 to 27.0 {167.1 to 275.9} [145.0 to 239.3]
(Incorrect) 1U00ps(4t.r0e)am s
11.3 to 18.8(C i{d1e15.2 to 191.D7} [100.0 to 166.4]
orrect)
11.3 to 18.8
w{11n5s.2trteoa19m1.7s}i [100.0 to 166.4]
de —
14.2 to 23.6 {144.8 to 240.7} [125.7 to 208.9]
 Pi {144.8 to 240.7}
14.2 to 23.6
[125.7 to 208.9]
es must
14.2 to 23.6
{144.8 to 240.7} [125.7 to 208.9]
be fully

lled with
21.1 to 35.1
{215.2 to 357.9} [186.7 to 310.6]
liquids.
10.6 to 17.5
{108.2 to 178.3} [93.8 to 154.7]
125 (5.0)
18.8 to 31.3 {191.7 to 319.2} [166.4 to 277.0]
18.8 to 31.3 {191.7 to 319.2} [166.4 to 277.0]

22.3 to 37.2 {227.4 to 379.3} [197.4 to 329.2]
22.3 to 37.2 {227.4 to 379.3} [197.4 to 329.2]
22.3 to 37.2 {227.4 to 379.3} [197.4 to 329.2]

18.5 to 30.8 {188.6 to 314.1} [163.7 to 272.6]

150 (6.0)
22.5 to 37.6 {229.4 to 383.4} [199.1 to 332.8]
22.5 to 37.6
{229.4 to 383.4} F0302.ai
[199.1 to 332.8]

27.2 to 45.3 {277.4 to 461.9} [240.7 to 400.9]
27.2 to 45.3 {277.4 to4th61e.9r} [240.7 to 400.9]
meas
40.7 to 62.1 {i4s1e5. 0 otow633ra.2t}
[360.2 to 549.6] rement err
indic—ations rsmaybec
21.8 to 36.3
m{ 2 2 a 2 . y 3 t b o e 3 7 a 0 . f 2 f } e
[192.9 to 321.3] aused.
19.9 to 32.0 c{2t0e2d.8 aton3d26.0} [175.9 to 282.8]
Figure 3.1.2
200 (8.0)
Chemical Inj
22.1 to 36.9 {225.4 to 376.3} [195.6 to 326.6]
ection
31.9 to 55.3 {325.3 to 563.9} [282.3 to 489.4]
31.9 to 55.3 {325.3 to 563.9} [282.3 to 489.4]
27.3 to 45.3 {278.4 to 461.9} [241.6 to 400.9]
27.3 to 45.3
Piping {278.4 to 461.9}
[241.6 to 400.9] of the
27.3 to 45.3
shall be de {278.4 to 461.9}
[241.6 to 400.9] owtube ll
signed so as —
d with uids
23.8 to 39.6
to maintain {242.7 to 403.8}
.[210.6 to 350.5]
30.6 to 49.2
the interior {312.3 to 501.7}
[270.9 to 435.2]
a
o m
CAUTION
x
sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in a
o p
IMPORTANT
It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times, we
my
ee s
a p
o
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing Compounds
on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing
oe
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate Bypass valve
uo
e
Vertical mounting is effective in such cases as
when uids tend to separate or solid matter may
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type Unit:
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting
bNe-m
{kgf-cm}
, direct
[in-lbf]
Gasket typIeMs within owtube
PORTANT the uids from the bottom to the top to ensure that the Fluororubber gasket (optional codes GA, GC, and GD)
pipes remain fully lled.
Gasket types
Care must
for user’s ange
be taken in using liquid sealing compounds
Fluororubber gasket, chloroprene rubber gasket (optional codes BSC and BCC), or the equivalent in hardness
Size
Flange on thera tinogws
the surface
mm (inch)
indications by
JIS 10K
s of an electro
o w Ai n N g S I o u t a
Class 150
de or groundi
nd covering
DIN PN10
ng ring. In
JIS 20K
(Correct)
ANSI
Class 300
h
D(IInNcoPrrNec1t6)
(Correct)
DIN PN40
h>0
h (Incorr
JIS F12
(JIS 75M)
compound i 50 (2.0)
6.2 to 10.4
s used in the {63.2 to 106.1}
[54.9 to 92.0]
6.3 to 10.5
case of vertic {64.2 to 107.1}
[55.8 to 92.9]
al piping. —
2.9 to 4.9 {29.6 to 50.0}Fi [25.7 to 43.4]
2.9 to 4.9h>0 {29.6 to 50.0}
gure 3.1.4 M
[25.7 to 43.4]

ounting Positi
6.2 to 10.4 {63.2 to 106.1}
ons
[54.9 to 92.0]

F030
80 (3.0)
(6) Servic
4.4 to 7.3
{44.9 to 74.4}
e Area
[38.9 to 64.6]
10.6 to 17.7 {108.1 to 180.5} [93.8 to 156.7]

5.3 to 8.8 {54.0 to 89.7} [46.9 to 77.9]
5.2 to 8.7 {53.0 to 88.7} [46.0 to 77.0]
4.4 to 7.3 {44.9 to 74.4} [38.9 to 64.6]

9.6 to 16.0 {97.9 to 163.2} [85.0 to 141.6]
Select locati 100 (4.0)
installing, wir
5.2 to 8.6
ns where the
{53.0 to 87.7}
ing, overhauli [46.0 to 76.1]
5.7 to 9.5
re is adequat
{58.1 to 96.9}
ng, etc. [50.4 to 84.1]
space to ser ―
6.0 to 10.0 vice
{61.2 to 102.0} [53.1 to 88.5]
6.0 to 10.0 {61.2 to 102.0}
[53.1 toI8M8.5P]
5.2 to 8.6 {53.0 to 87.7} O[4R6.0TtoA76.N1]

11.7 to 19.5 {119.3 to 198.8} [103.6 to 172.6]
(7) Bypas
150 (6.0)
10.7 to 17.8
s Line
{109.1 to 181.5} [94.7 to 157.5]
11.6 to 19.3 {118.3 to 196.8} [102.7 to 170.8]

7.0 to 11.6 {71.4 to 118.3} [62.0 to 102.7]
6.6 to 11.0
{67.3 to 112.2} If air bubbles
[58.4 to 97.4]
10.7 to 17.8
{109.1 to 181.5} enter a meas
[94.7 to 157.5]
― rement pipe,
13.3 to 22.2
{135.6 to 226.4} ow rate
[117.7 to 196.5]
ma20in0t(e8n.0a) nce
10.2 to 17.1 {a1n04d.0zteor1o74a.d4}j [90.3 to 151.3]
18.9 to 31.5 u{s1t9m2.7entot.321.2} [167.3 to 278.8]
18.7 to 31.2 {190.7 to 318.2} [165.5 to 276.1]
10.6 to 17.7 {108.1 to 180.5} [93.8 to 156.7]
10.8 to 18.0 m{1a1y0.1bteo c18a3u.5s}e [95.6 to 159.3]
10.2 to 17.1 d{1.04.0 to 174.4} [90.3 to 151.3]

15.3 to 25.5 {156.0 to 260.0} [135.4 to 225.7]
Block valve
Figure 3.1.3
Block valve
F0303.ai
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
F0305.ai
 Avoid air bubbles. T
u
indications may be affected and measurement errors
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5
(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
ect)
4.ai
IM 0IM1E0210EA201A-01-E0N1EN
33
Installation Installation


Table 3.3.9 Wafer Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping and Permeable Fluids
<3. Installation> 18
Tightening torque values for PFA lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
No gasket (standard)
Gasket types for user’s ange
PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Flange
ratings Size
mm (inch)
JIS 10K
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JIS F12 (JIS 75M)
JPI Class 150
50 (2.0)
66.2 to 76.1 {675.1 to 776.0} [585.9 to 673.5]
66.2 to 76.1 {675.1 to 776.0} [585.9 to 673.5]

33.1 to 38.0 {337.5 to 387.5} [292.9 to 336.3]
33.1 to 38.0 {337.5 to 387.5} [292.9 to 336.3]

71.2 to 118.6 {726.0 to 1209} [630.1 to 1050]

65.7 to 69.7 {670.9 to 711.0} [581.9 to 616.7]
65 (2.5)
89.5 to 102.9 {912.6 to 1049} [792.1 to 910.7]
89.5 to 102.9 {912.6 to 1049} [792.1 to 910.7]

44.9 to 51.6 {457.9 to 526.2} [397.4 to 456.7]
44.9 to 51.6 {457.9 to 526.2} [397.4 to 456.7]
81.8 to 103.2 {834.1 to 1052} {724.0 to 913.4]



80 (3.0)
51.3 to 59.0 {523.1 to 601.6} [454.0 to 522.2]
111.3 to 118.4 {1135 to 1207} [985.0 to 1048]

58.1 to 66.8 {592.5 to 681.2} [514.2 to 591.2]
58.1 to 66.8 {592.5 to 681.2} [514.2 to 591.2]
58.1 to 66.8 {592.5 to 681.2} [514.2 to 591.2]

100.8 to 115.9 {1028 to 1182} [892.1 to 1026]
102.5 to 108.7 {1046 to 1109} [907.7 to 962.0]
100 (4.0)
66.7 to 76.7 {680.2 to 782.1} [590.3 to 678.8]
66.7 to 76.7 {680.2 to 782.1} [590.3 to 678.8]

76.1 to 87.5 {776.0 to 892.3} [673.5 to 774.4]
76.1 to 87.5 {776.0 to 892.3} [673.5 to 774.4]
76.1 to 87.5 {776.0 to 892.3} [673.5 to 774.4]

129.8 to 149.3 {1324 to 1522} [1149 to 1321]
65.7 to 69.6 {670.1 to 710.0} [581.2 to 615.9]
125 (5.0)
106.1 to 122.0 {1082 to 1244} [939.0 to 1080]
106.1 to 122.0 {1082 to 1244} [939.0 to 1080]

114.5 to 131.7 {1168 to 1343} [1013 to 1166]
114.5 to 131.7 {1168 to 1343} [1013 to 1166]
114.5 to 131.7 {1168 to 1343} {1013 to 1166]

109.6 to 126.0 {1118 to 1285} [970.0 to 1115]

150 (6.0)
122.2 to 140.5 {1246 to 1433} [1082 to 1243]
122.2 to 140.5 {1246 to 1433} [1082 to 1243]

86.8 to 99.8 {885.1 to 1018} [768.2 to 883.3]
86.8 to 99.8 {885.1 to 1018} [768.2 to 883.3]
129.8 to 136.9 {1324 to 1396} {1149 to 1212]

125.6 to 144.4 {1281 to 1472} [1112 to 1278]
114.2 to 115.3 {1165 to 1177} [1010 to 1021]
200 (8.0)
111.6 to 128.3 {1138 to 1308} [987.7 to 1136]
161.0 to 192.3 {1642 to 1961} [1425 to 1702]
161.0 to 192.3 {1642 to 1961} [1425 to 1702]
122.0 to 140.3 {1244 to 1431} [1080 to 1242]
122.0 to 140.3 {1244 to 1431} [1080 to 1242]
122.0 to 140.3 {1244 to 1431} [1080 to 1242]

128.0 to 147.2 {1305 to 1501} [1133 to 1303]
156.7 to 158.3 {1599 to 1615} [1387 to 1401]
250 (10)
167.7 to 192.9 {1710 to 1967} [1484 to 1707]
167.7 to 192.9 {1710 to 1967} [1484 to 1707]
167.7 to 192.9 {1710 to 1967} [1484 to 1707]




227.6 to 261.7 {2321 to 2669} [2014 to 2316]
172.3 to 175.8 {1758 to 1794} [1525 to 1556]
300 (12)
115.2 to 137.6 {1175 to 1403} [1020 to 1218]
146.0 to 167.9 {1489 to 1712} [1292 to 1486]
146.0 to 167.9 {1489 to 1712} [1292 to 1486]




209.1 to 240.5 {2132 to 2452} [1851 to 2129]
199.8 to 203.9 {2039 to 2080} [1768 to 1805]
Tightening torque values for Ceramics lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororesin with ceramic llers (Valqua #7020) gasket (standard), or uororesin with carbon gasket (optional code GF)
Gasket types for user’s ange
PTFE-sheathed non-asbestos gasket (optional codes BCF and BSF), or the equivalent in hardness
Flange
ratings Size
mm (inch)
JIS 10K
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JIS F12 (JIS 75M)
50 (2.0)
56.5 to 94.2 {576.1 to 960.6} [500.1 to 833.7]
57.0 to 95.0 {581.2 to 968.7} [504.5 to 840.8]

27.7 to 46.1 {282.5 to 470.1} [245.2 to 408.0]
27.9 to 46.5 {284.5 to 474.2} [246.9 to 411.6]

56.5 to 94.2 {576.1 to 960.6} [500.1 to 833.7]

80 (3.0)
37.3 to 62.2 {380.4 to 634.3} [330.1 to 550.5]
76.0 to 126.7 {775.0 to 1292.0} [672.7 to 1121.4]

46.2 to 77.0 {471.1 to 788.2} [408.9 to 681.5]
45.4 to 75.7 {463.0 to 771.9} [401.8 to 670.0]
37.3 to 62.2 {380.4 to 634.3} [330.1 to 550.5]

75.5 to 125.8 {769.9 to 1282.8} [668.2 to 1113.4]
100 (4.0)
42.2 to 70.3 {430.3 to 716.9} [373.5 to 622.2]
42.5 to 70.8 {433.4 to 722.0} [376.2 to 626.6]

52.0 to 86.7 {530.3 to 884.1} [460.2 to 767.4]
51.2 to 85.3 {522.1 to 869.8} [453.2 to 755.0]
42.2 to 70.3 {430.3 to 716.9} [373.5 to 622.2]

85.4 to 142.3 {870.8 to 1451.1} [755.9 to 1259.5]
150 (6.0)
87.8 to 146.4 {895.3 to 1492.9} [777.1 to 1295.7]
86.4 to 144.0 {881.0 to 1468.4} [764.7 to 1274.5]

62.4 to 104.0 {636.3 to 1060.5} [552.3 to 920.5]
56.8 to 94.7 {579.2 to 965.7} [502.7 to 838.2]
87.8 to 146.4 {895.3 to 1492.9} [777.1 to 1295.7]

95.4 to 159.0 {972.8 to 1621.3} [844.4 to 1407.3]
200 (8.0)
84.0 to 140.1 {856.6 to 1428.6} [743.5 to 1240.0]
125.4 to 209.1 {1278.7 to 2132.2} [1109.9 to 1850.7]
127.6 to 212.7 {1301.2 to 2168.9} [1129.4 to 1882.6]
91.1 to 151.9 {929.0 to 1548.9} [806.3 to 1344.4]
92.3 to 153.8 {941.3 to 1568.3} [816.9 to 1361.2]
84.0 to 140.1 {856.6 to 1428.6} [743.5 to 1240.0]

103.0 to 171.7 {1050.3 to 1750.9} [911.6 to 1519.7]
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< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > 1 9 7 Table 3.3.10 Centering Device Identi cation (AXF Standard Models, PFA/Polyurethane Rubber/Natural Soft Rubber/EPDM
(4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity Rubber lining)
(8) Supporting the Flowmeter
Size
Flange ratings
IMPO
mm (inch)
Do not install the
RTANT JIS
ANSI
DIN
JPI
10K
owmeter
20K
where ui
F12 (75M)
d conducti
Class 150
vity
Class 300
PN10
PN16
PN40
Class 150
50 (2.0)
B
B

B
F Do
n o t s —e c u r e
t h e —o w m
ter sFepara
tely toB prev
65 (2.5)
B
B

B
G vibr
— ations, sho
F
cks, and e
— xpansion a

nd contract
t h e 8u 0 p ( s3 t . 0r e) a m s i d
e o f aB m a
neticF ow
meteHr, they
mayF
C

G

F
100 (4.0)
affect the ow ra
B
te’s indicat
F ions. To a
H
oid this sit
C uation,
H

F

C
125 (5.0)
B
C
C
G
D su
port—the o
wmeFter wit
h the—pipes
. Wit—h extr
150 (6.0)
C
D
D
C
E siz

d owmet
C
ers (sizes 2
— .5to10m
C
(0.1 to 0.
loca20te0d(8o.0n) the d
wnsCtream
sideDof th
e owDmete
r.If D
E
C
C

D
250 (10)
it is unavoidable
C
that chemi
— cals must
D befedont
he N
— par
ticular, x t C
he owmet C
er in parall —
lwiththep N
300 (12)
C

D
P
— mo
untinCg bas
e. C

P
tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near g
v
it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be
o
CAUTION
e ent the ion forces
of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then
p a small-
e m 4in.)),in e iping on a
upstream side, provide a suf cient length of straight
*: Each centering device is engraved with a character as identi cation. run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper
Table 3.3.11 Centering Device Identi cation (AXF Standard Models, Ceramics lining)
mixture of uids.
(9) Mounting Positions u
Flange ratings
Size(Incorrect)
mm (inch)
Upstream side
JIS
ANSI
DIN
(Corre
10K
Down
ct) 20K stream side
F12 (75M)
Class 150
Class300
PipPNe1s0 m
usPtNb16e f
llyPN 40lle
50 (2.0)
B
B

B
F


F
80 (3.0)
B
F
H
F
C
I—MP
ORGTA
NT—
100 (4.0)
B
F
H
C
H

F

150 (6.0)
B
C
G
B
D Itis
— essential
B that pipes
— remain full
200 (8.0)
B
C
C
G
J
B
B

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*: Each centering device is engraved with a character as identi cation.
y lled at all times, otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and
measurement errors may be caused.
Figure 3.1.2 Table 3.3.12
Chemical Injection
Centering Device Identi cation (Replacement Models, PFA/Polyurethane Rubber lining)
d with liquids.
Flange ratings S(iz5e) Precaution
mm (inch) Compoun
JIS
ANSI
oft
he owtube lled with uids.
DIN
sforUs s 10K
of Liqui 20K
d Sealin F12(75M)
Class 150
Class 300
Ver
wh
tical moun
PN10
en uids te
ting is effe
PN16
nd to sep
ctive in su
PN40
rate or sol
50 (2.0)
B
B

B
F


F
80 (3.0)
B
F
H
F
C

G

100 (4.0)
B
F
H
C
H the
uids fro —
the botto F
mtotheto —
150 (6.0)
C
D
D
C
E pip
e s r e —m a i n
fully C lled.

Car2e00m(8u.0s)t be ta
en inC usin
g liquDid se
alingDcomp
oundDs
E
C
C

Block valve
Figure 3.1.3
Bypass valve
Block valve
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If air bubbles enter a measurement pipe, ow rate indications may be affected and measurement errors may be caused.
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
eg d
Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior
ch cases as
a id matter may be
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting, direct
IMPORTANT
k
*: Eaocnhtcheentpeirpininggd,eavsiceit ims eanyghravedawnithegaacthivaeraicnte ruaesnicdenti cation.
on the ow indications by owing out and covering the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
(6) Service Area
Select locations where there is adequate space to service installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
(7) Bypass Line
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate maintenance and zero adjustment.
m
h h>0
p to ensure that the
Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
F0305.ai
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Figure 3.1.4
 Avoid air bubbles.
IMPORTANT
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5
(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
Mounting Positions
(Correct)
h h>0
(Incorrect)
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Installation Installation


3.3.4 Nominal Diameter 2.5 mm (0.1 in.) to 400 mm (16 in.), Flange Type
IMPORTANT
Use bolts and nuts in compliance with the ange ratings. Be sure to choose a gasket with inner and outer diameters that does not protrude inside the piping (refer to Table 3.3.16). If the inner diameter of the gasket is too large, or outer diameter of the gasket is too small, uid leakage may result.
(1) Mounting Direction
Mount the owmeter so that the ow direction of the uid to be measured is in line with the direction of the arrow mark on the owmeter.
IMPORTANT
If it is impossible to match the direction of the arrow mark, the direction of the electrical connection can be changed. Refer to the applicable user’s manuals which can be downloaded from our website.
In case the uid being measured ows against the arrow direction, change the value from “Forward” to “Reverse” at the parameter [ J20: Flow Direction ] (refer to Chapter 8).
<3. Installation> 20 (2) Tightening Nuts
Tighten the bolts according to the torque values for the metal piping in Table 3.3.13. For PVC piping, select an optional code of GA, GC, or GD, use rubber gaskets and tighten the nuts to the torque values for the PVC piping in Table 3.3.14.
For permeable uids (such as nitric acid, hydro uoric acid, or sodium hydrate at high temperatures), tighten the nuts according to the torque values in Table 3.3.15.
CAUTION
For a owmeter with uorocarbon PFA lining, it is possible that the nuts may loosen as time passes,
so tighten them regularly. Be sure to tighten the nuts according to the prescribed torque values. Tighten them diagonally with the same torque values, step by step up to the prescribed torque value.
*Piping-side flange
*Gasket (two units)
*: These items must be provided by the user. Choose nuts and bolts in compliance with the flange ratings.
*Bolt
(eight units)
Flowmeter-side flange
*Nut
(eight units)
Figure 3.3.5 Mounting Procedure for Flange Type (sizes: 2.5 to 400 mm (0.1 to 16 in.))
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(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing o
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds a
n
compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
oe c
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate maintenance and zero adjustment.
e cc
m u
s
ON
m
Block valve
Figure 3.1.3
Bypass valve
Block valve
F0303.ai
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
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< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > (8) Supporting the Flowmeter
CAUTION
g h
m ep
2 1 7
Table 3.3.13 Flange Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping (4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity
Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
o m
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If 0
mounting base.
Mn
IMPORTANT
Tightening torque values for PFA/Polyurethane Rubber/Natural Soft Rubber/EPDM Rubber lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
No gasket (standard)
Gasket types
for user’s ange
tends to be
Non-asbestos gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asDbeostnosogtaskect,uorethetheqeui vaolewntminehaterdrnessesparately to prevent the come uneven. If chemicals are fed near
the upstrea
mm (inch)
Size affect the
Flange ratings
m side of
JIS 10K
w rate’s i
a magneti
ANSI
Class 150
ndications
c owmet
DIN PN10
. To avoid
er, they m
JIS 20K
this situat
ay ANSI Class 300
ion,
vibrat
DIN PN16
of the
ions, shoc
DIN PN40
piping fro
ks, and ex
JIS F12
m affectin
(JIS 75M)
pansion a
JPI
it. Fix the
Class 150
nd contrac
AS
pipes rst,
Table D
tion forces
then
AS
Table E
2.5 (0.1)
it is recom
(with 10 mm anges)
3.8 to 6.3 {e38n.7d5 teo 6d4.2th4} [33.63 to 55.76]
3.8 to 6.3 a{3t8t.7h5eto 6c4h.24e} [33.63 to 55.76]
mica―l feed
3.8 to 6.3 {3p8o.75rtos6b4.2e4} [33.63 to 55.76]
3.8 to 6.3 {38.75 to 64.24} [33.63 to 55.76]
supp ―
sized
ort3t.h8 teo 6 .4ow {38.75 to 65.26} [ 33o.6w3 tmo 5e6.t6e4]r
meter wit ―
s (sizes 2.
the pipes ―
5to10m
. With extr ―
(0.1 to 0.
a small- ―
4 in.)), in
2.5 (0.1) (withit15ismumn anvgeos)id
4.6 to 7.7
{46.91 to 78.52}
able that [40.71 to 68.15]
4.6 to 7.7
{46.91 to 78.52}
chemicals [40.71 to 68.15]
― must be f
4.7 to 7.8
{47.93 to 79.54}
ed on the [41.6 to 69.03]
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
partic ―
4.7 to 7.9
ular, x th {47.93 to 80.56}
[41.6 to 69.92]
owmete ―
5.1 to 8.5
r in paralle {52.1 to 86.8}
[45.2 to 75.3]
l with the ―
iping on a ―
upstream si 5 (0.2)
(with 10 mm anges) run (approx
3.8 to 6.3 de, provid
{38.75 to 64.24}
[33.63 to 55.76] imately 5
3.8 to 6.3
e a suf ci
{38.75 to 64.24}
[33.63 to 55.76] Dormor
ent length ―
e) to ensu
3.8 to 6.3
of straigh
{38.75 to 64.24}
[33.63 to 55.76] re the pro
t 3.8to6.3
{38.75 to 64.24}
[33.63 to 55.76] per

3.8 to 6.4 {38.75 to 65.26} [33.63 to 56.64]




5 (0.2) mixture of
(with 15 mm anges)
4.6 to 7.7 u{4i6d.9s1 .to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]
4.6 to 7.7 {46.91 to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]

4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
(9)

4.7 to 7.9
ounting
{47.93 to 80.56}
[41.6 to 69.92]
Positio

s
5.1 to 8.5
{52.1 to 86.8}
[45.2 to 75.3]


10 (0.4)
(with 10 mm anges) (Incorrect)
3.8 to 6.3 {38.75 to 64.24} [33.63 to 55.76]
3.8 to 6.3 {38.75 to 64.24} ([C33.o63rrtoe5c5t.7)6]

3.8 to 6.3 {38.75 to 64.24} [33.63 to 55.76]
3.8 to 6.3 {38.75 to 64.24} [33.63 to 55.76]

P
3.8 to 6.4
{38.75 to 65.26}
ipes mu
[33.63 to 56.64]

stbefu

lly lle

with li

uids.
Upstream s 10 (0.4)
(with 15 mm anges)
ide4.6 to 7.7 {46.91 to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]
Do4w.6ntos7t.7rea {46.91 to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]
m side ―
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]

4.7 to 7.9 {47.93 to 80.56} [41.6 to 69.92]

5.1 to 8.5 {52.1 to 86.8} [45.2 to 75.3]


15 (0.5)
4.6 to 7.7 {46.91 to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]
4.6 to 7.7 {46.91 to 78.52} [40.71 to 68.15]

4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]

4.7 to 7.9 {47.93 to 80.56} [41.6 to 69.92]

5.1 to 8.5 {52.1 to 86.8} [45.2 to 75.3]


25 (1.0)
13.1 to 15.1 {133.6 to 154.0} [115.9 to 133.6]
13.1 to 15.1 {133.6 to 154.0} [115.9 to 133.6]
F03
― 02.ai
13.2 to 15.2 {134.6 to 155.0} [116.8 to 134.5]
13.2 to 15.2 {134.6 to 155.0} [116.8 to 134.5]
Itise
― other
ss11e.9ntoti1a3.l7 t
{121.3 to 139.7} w[10is5.3eto 1o21w.3]
at pipes r
― rate indic
em11.a0 tion12f.u6 ll {112.1 to 128.9} t [ 9 i o 7 . n 3 t s o 1 m1 1 . 8 a ]
y lled at

be affect
ll times,
― ed and
Fig3u2r(1e.235).1.2
14.4 to 15.6 C{ 1 4 h 6 . e 8 mt o 1 i 5 c 9 a . 1 l } [127.4 to138.1]
14.4 to 15.6 I{n14j6e.8cttoi1o5n9.1} [127.4 to138.1]

14.6 to 16.8 {148.9 to 171.3} [129.2 to 148.7]
14.6 to 16.8 {148.9 to 171.3} [129.2 to 148.7]
mea ―
Pipin
15.0 to 17.3 urement {153.0 to 176.4}
[132.8 to 153.1] g shall be
errors ma ―
designed
be caus ―
soasto
d. ― aintain th

e interior
40 (1.5)
21.9 to 25.2 {223.3 to 257.0} [193.8 to 223.0]
21.9 to 25.2 {223.3 to 257.0} [193.8 to 223.0]

22.2 to 25.5 {226.4 to 260.0} [196.5 to 225.7]
22.2 to 25.5 {226.4 to 260.0} [196.5 to 225.7]

of th
23.2 to 26.7
{236.6 to 272.3} owtube
[205.3 to 236.3]
― lled with
18.3 to 20.3
{186.6 to 207.4} uids.
[161.8 to 179.9]


Comp
50 (2.0)
28.0 to 32.2
unds
{285.5 to 328.3}
[247.8 to 285.0]
28.0 to 32.2 {285.5 to 328.3} [247.8 to 285.0]

27.8 to 32.0 {283.5 to 326.3} [246.0 to 283.2]
27.8 to 32.0 {283.5 to 326.3} [246.0 to 283.2]
Verti
― when
a 2 l 8 m. 8 t o o 3 u 3 . n 1 t i {293.7 to 337.5} [2 5u4.9idtos29t3e.0n]
ng is effec

d to separ
tiv27e.8 tion31s.8u {283.3 to 324.2} a[24t5e.7otor28s1o.2]li
h26c.2atos3e0s.0 a {267.0 to 305.8} d[23m1.6atot2t6e5r.2]
s26.6 to 30.5 {271.8 to 311.0} [ 2a3 5y. 7 bt o e2 6 9 . 8 ]
65(2.5) IM
41.6 to 47.8
{424.2 to 487.4}
PORT
[368.2 to 423.0]
41.6 to 47.8
{424.2 to 487.4}
ANT
[368.2 to 423.0]

19.5 to 28.5 {198.8 to 290.6} [172.6 to 252.2]
19.5 to 28.5 {198.8 to 290.6} [172.6 to 252.2]
41.4 to 47.6 preci
{422.2 to 485.4}
[366.4 to 421.3] the
pitated. W ―
uids from
hen empl ―
the botto
oying verti ―
to the to
cal mount ―
p to ensur
ing, direct ―
e that the
80 (3.0)
23.2 to 26.7 {236.6 to 272.3} [205.3 to 236.3]
52.7 to 53.6 {536.9 to 546.2} [466.0 to 474.1]

26.1 to 30.0 {266.1 to 305.9} [231.0 to 265.5]
26.1 to 30.0 {266.1 to 305.9} [231.0 to 265.5]
26.1 to 30.0
{266.1 to 305.9} pipes
[231.0 to 265.5]
― remain f
46.0 to 52.9
{469.1 to 539.4} lly lled.
[407.1 to 468.2]
46.9 to 53.7 {478.8 to 547.6} [415.3 to 475.0]
44.1 to 50.5 {450.2 to 515.4} [390.5 to 447.0]
45.4 to 51.9 {463.6 to 530.0} [402.1 to 459.7]
100 (4.0)
on the pipin
30.9 to 35.5
{315.1 to 362.0}
g,asitm [273.5 to 314.2]
30.9 to 35.5
{315.1 to 362.0}
yhavea [273.5 to 314.2]
― negative i
34.8 to 40.0
{354.9 to 407.9}
n uence [308.0 to 354.0]
34.8 to 40.0 {354.9 to 407.9} [308.0 to 354.0]
34.8 to 40.0 {354.9 to 407.9} [308.0 to 354.0]

60.9 to 70.0 {621.0 to 713.8} [539.0 to 619.5]
30.5 to 34.8 {311.0 to 355.6} [269.7 to 308.4]
58.1 to 66.5 {593.3 to 678.9} [514.6 to 588.8]
29.6 to 33.8 {301.6 to 344.7} [261.6 to 299.0]
on the ow 125 (5.0)
the surface
45.6 to 52.4 indication
{465.0 to 534.3}
[403.6 to 463.8] sofanele
45.6 to 52.4 s by owi
{465.0 to 534.3}
[403.6 to 463.8] ctrode or
g out and ―
grounding
48.6 to 55.9 covering
{495.6 to 570.0}
[430.1 to 494.7] ring. In
48.6 to 55.9 {495.6 to 570.0} [430.1 to 494.7]
48.6 to 55.9
{495.6 to 570.0} (Corr
[430.1 to 494.7]
ect) ―
48.1 to 55.3
{490.5 to 563.9} (Incorrect)
[425.7 to 489.4]
(Co ―
rrect) h ― h>
(Incorr ―
p 1a 5 r 0 t ( i 6c . 0u ) l a r , c
64.5 to 74.2 a{6r5e7.7mto 7u5s6.t6} [570.8 to 656.7]
64.5 to 74.2 b{6e57t.7atko 7e5n6.6i}f [570.8 to 656.7]
a l i q ―u i d s
44.8 to 51.5 e{4a56li.n8 tgo 525.2} [396.5 to 455.8]
44.8 to 51.5 {456.8 to 525.2} [396.5 to 455.8]
66.7 to 80.8 {680.2 to 823.9} [590.3 to 715.1]
h h>0

67.5 to 77.6 {688.3 to 791.3} [597.4 to 686.8]
60.5 to 66.3 {617.7 to 676.5} [535.8 to 586.8]
47.0 to 53.8 {479.5 to 548.5} [415.9 to 475.8]
60.3 to 66.7 {615.5 to 681.0} [533.8 to 590.7]
F030
200 (8.0)
59.2 to 68.1 {603.7 to 694.4} [523.9 to 602.7]
100.3 to 102.1 {1023 to 1041} [887.8 to 903.3]
100.3 to 102.1 {1023 to 1041} [887.8 to 903.3]
63.6 to 73.1 {648.5 to 745.4} [562.9 to 647.0]
63.6 to 73.1 {648.5 to 745.4} [562.9 to 647.0]
63.6 to 73.1 {648.5 to 745.4}
Figure
[562.9 to 647.0]
3.1.4 Mo

69.9 to 80.4 {712.8 to 819.9}
unting Po
[618.6 to 711.6]
84.9 to 93.0 {866.0 to 949.5}
itions
[751.2 to 823.6]
65.5 to 74.9 {668.2 to 763.9} [579.6 to 662.6]
85.9 to 95.2 {876.2 to 972.0} [760.0 to 842.7]
250 (10)
(6) Servic
144.0 to 165.6
{1468 to 1689} e[1A274rteo 1a466]
144.0 to 165.6 {1468 to 1689} [1274 to 1466]
144.0 to 165.6 {1468 to 1689} [1274 to 1466]
156.3 to 179.7 {1594 to 1832} [1383 to 1590]
127.2 to 148.8 {1297 to 1517} [1126 to 1317]
156.3 to 179.7 {1594 to 1832} [1383 to 1590]

190.5 to 219.1 {1943 to 2234} [1686 to 1939]
142.1 to 160.5 {1450 to 1638} [1258 to 1421]
161.7 to 178.4 {1650 to 1821} [1431 to 1579]
114.1 to 126.3 {1164 to 1289} [1010 to 1118]
300 (12) Select locati
119.3 to 137.2 {1217 to 1399} ns where [1056 to 1214]
163.1 to 197.4 {1663 to 2013} there is a [1443 to 1747]
163.1 to 197.4
{1663 to 2013}
dequate s [1443 to 1747]
123.1 to 136.3
{1255 to 1390}
pace to s [1089 to 1206]
152.3 to 169.4 {1553 to 1727} rvice [1348 to 1499]
A {1767 to 2032}
173.3 to 199.3
[1534 to 1764]
void air

bubble
168.0 to 193.2
{1713 to 1970} [1487 to 1710]
s.
158.5 to 178.9
{1617 to 1826} [1402 to 1584]
116.9 to 129.2 {1193 to 1318} [1035 to 1143]
149.7 to 163.1 {1527 to 1664} [1325 to 1444]
installing, wir 350 (14)
164.7 to 189.4 ing, overh
{1679 to 1931} [1458 to 1676]
256.4 to 293.3 auling, et
{2615 to 2991} [2269 to 2596]
164.7 to 189.4 .
{1679 to 1931} [1458 to 1676]



IM―P
{2
RTA
238.6 to 274.4
433
[2112 to 2429]
to2
798}
24T3.0 to 265.2
480 to 2706} [2151 to 2347]
{2
204.5 to 223.1 {2087 to 2276} [1810 to 1974]

(7) Bypas
400 (16)
s22L5.2into e258.9 {2296 to 2640} [1993 to 2291]
225.2 to 258.9 {2296 to 2640} [1993 to 2291]
225.2 to 258.9 {2296 to 2640} [1993 to 2291]


―I f a i r
b u b b―l e s e
305.8 to 351.7 n{t3e11r8 ato 3m586e} [2706 to 3113]
233.1 to 254.4 {s23u7r8etom25e96n} [2063 to 2252]
267.1 to 291.3 t { p2 7 i 2p5 et o , 2 9 7 o2 } [2364 to 2578]
rate―
dq
ha ay
sye m
IMPORTANT
aw indications may be affected and measurement errors
may be caused.
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5
(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
ect) 0
4.ai
IM 0IM1E0210EA201A-01-E0N1EN
33
Installation Installation


<3. Installation> 22
Table 3.3.14 Flange Type Tightening Torque Values for PVC Piping
Tightening torque values for PFA lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
Fluororubber gasket (optional codes GA, GC, and GD)
Gasket types for user’s ange
Fluororubber gasket, chloroprene rubber gasket, or the equivalent in hardness
Flange
ratings Size
mm (inch)
JIS 10K
ANSI Class 150
DIN PN10
JIS 20K
ANSI Class 300
DIN PN16
DIN PN40
JIS F12 (JIS 75M)
JPI Class 150
AS Table D
AS Table E
2.5 (0.1)
(with 10 mm anges)
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]




2.5 (0.1)
(with 15 mm anges)
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

1.0 to 1.7 {10.5 to 16.8} [9.1 to 14.6]


5 (0.2)
(with 10 mm anges)
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]




5 (0.2)
(with 15 mm anges)
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

1.0 to 1.7 {10.5 to 16.8} [9.1 to 14.6]


10 (0.4)
(with 10 mm anges)
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]
0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]

0.8 to 1.3 {8.158 to 13.26} [7.08 to 11.51]




10 (0.4)
(with 15 mm anges)
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

1.0 to 1.7 {10.5 to 16.8} [9.1 to 14.6]


15 (0.5)
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]
0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

0.9 to 1.6 {9.177 to 16.32} [7.966 to 14.16]

1.0 to 1.7 {10.5 to 16.8} [9.1 to 14.6]


25 (1.0)
2.7 to 4.5 {27.53 to 45.89} [23.9 to 39.83]
2.7 to 4.5 {27.53 to 45.89} [23.9 to 39.83]

2.7 to 4.5 {27.53 to 45.89} [23.9 to 39.83]
2.7 to 4.5 {27.53 to 45.89} [23.9 to 39.83]

2.3 to 3.9 {23.45 to 39.77} [20.36 to 34.52]

2.2 to 3.6 {22.8 to 36.9} [19.8 to 32.0]


32 (1.25)
3.0 to 4.9 {30.59 to 49.97} [26.55 to 43.37]
3.0 to 4.9 {30.59 to 49.97} [26.55 to 43.37]

3.0 to 5.0 {30.59 to 50.99} [26.55 to 44.25]
3.0 to 5.0 {30.59 to 50.99} [26.55 to 44.25]

2.9 to 4.9 {29.57 to 49.97} [25.67 to 43.37]




40 (1.5)
4.5 to 7.6 {45.89 to 77.5} [39.83 to 67.26]
4.5 to 7.6 {45.89 to 77.5} [39.83 to 67.26]

4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]
4.7 to 7.8 {47.93 to 79.54} [41.6 to 69.03]

4.4 to 7.4 {44.87 to 75.46} [38.94 to 65.49]

3.8 to 6.2 {38.6 to 62.8} [33.5 to 54.4]


50 (2.0)
5.9 to 9.8 {60.16 to 99.93} [52.22 to 86.74]
5.9 to 9.8 {60.16 to 99.93} [52.22 to 86.74]

2.9 to 4.8 {29.57 to 48.95} [25.67 to 42.48]
2.9 to 4.8 {29.57 to 48.95} [25.67 to 42.48]

5.5 to 9.2 {56.08 to 93.81} [48.68 to 81.43]

5.8 to 9.6 {58.9 to 97.6} [51.1 to 84.6]
5.3 to 8.8 {54.1 to 89.8} [47.0 to 77.9]
5.5 to 9.1 {56.1 to 92.9} [48.7 to 80.6]
65 (2.5)
9.0 to 15.0 {91.8 to 153.0} [79.7 to 132.8]
9.0 to 15.0 {91.8 to 153.0} [79.7 to 132.8]

2.1 to 4.4 {21.4 to 44.9} [18.6 to 38.9]
2.1 to 4.4 {21.4 to 44.9} [18.6 to 38.9]
4.4 to 7.3 {44.9 to 74.4} [38.9 to 64.6]





80 (3.0)
4.9 to 8.1 {50.0 to 82.6} [43.4 to 71.7]
11.1 to 16.3 {113.2 to 166.2} [98.2 to 144.3]

5.5 to 9.1 {56.1 to 92.8} [48.7 to 80.5]
5.5 to 9.1 {56.1 to 92.8} [48.7 to 80.5]
5.5 to 9.1 {56.1 to 92.8} [48.7 to 80.5]

9.7 to 12.2 {98.9 to 124.4} [85.8 to 108.0]
10.2 to 16.8 {103.6 to 171.1} [89.9 to 148.4]
9.1 to 15.1 {92.9 to 153.9} [80.6 to 133.5]
9.7 to 16.0 {98.8 to 163.2} [85.7 to 141.6]
100 (4.0)
6.7 to 11.2 {68.3 to 114.2} [59.3 to 99.1]
6.7 to 11.2 {68.3 to 114.2} [59.3 to 99.1]

7.5 to 12.6 {76.5 to 128.5} [66.4 to 111.5]
7.5 to 12.6 {76.5 to 128.5} [66.4 to 111.5]
7.5 to 12.6 {76.5 to 128.5} [66.4 to 111.5]

13.3 to 22.2 {135.6 to 226.4} [117.7 to 196.5]
6.5 to 10.8 {66.7 to 110.1} [57.8 to 95.5]
12.2 to 20.2 {124.6 to 206.1} [108.1 to 178.8]
6.3 to 10.3 {63.9 to 105.6} [55.5 to 91.6]
125 (5.0)
9.9 to 16.5 {101.0 to 168.3} [87.6 to 146.0]
9.9 to 16.5 {101.0 to 168.3} [87.6 to 146.0]

10.7 to 17.8 {109.1 to 181.5} [94.7 to 157.5]
10.7 to 17.8 {109.1 to 181.5} [94.7 to 157.5]
10.7 to 17.8 {109.1 to 181.5} [94.7 to 157.5]

10.5 to 17.6 {107.1 to 179.5} [92.9 to 155.8]



150 (6.0)
14.4 to 24.0 {146.8 to 244.7} [127.4 to 212.4]
14.4 to 24.0 {146.8 to 244.7} [127.4 to 212.4]

9.8 to 16.3 {99.9 to 166.2} [86.7 to 144.3]
9.8 to 16.3 {99.9 to 166.2} [86.7 to 144.3]
14.6 to 25.6 {148.9 to 261.0} [129.2 to 226.6]

15.2 to 25.3 {155.0 to 258.0} [134.5 to 223.9]
13.3 to 21.4 {135.8 to 218.0} [117.8 to 189.1]
10.0 to 16.4 {101.6 to 167.9} [88.1 to 145.6]
13.1 to 21.2 {133.6 to 216.4} [115.9 to 187.7]
200 (8.0)
13.4 to 22.3 {136.6 to 227.4} [118.6 to 197.4]
22.7 to 33.4 {231.5 to 340.6} [200.9 to 295.6]
22.7 to 33.4 {231.5 to 340.6} [200.9 to 295.6]
14.6 to 24.3 {148.9 to 247.8} [129.2 to 215.1]
14.6 to 24.3 {148.9 to 247.8} [129.2 to 215.1]
14.6 to 24.3 {148.9 to 247.8} [129.2 to 215.1]

16.1 to 26.9 {164.2 to 274.3} [142.5 to 238.1]
19.6 to 31.7 {200.2 to 323.1} [173.7 to 280.3]
14.3 to 23.7 {146.3 to 241.3} [126.9 to 209.3]
19.7 to 32.2 {201.5 to 328.7} [174.8 to 285.1]
IM 01E20A01-01EN


< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > Table 3.3.15 Flange Type Tightening Torque Values for Metal Piping and Permeable Fluids
2 3 7
(4) Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity
(8) Supporting the Flowmeter
IMPORTANT
Tightening torque values for PFA lining type Unit:
N-m {kgf-cm} [in-lbf]
Gasket types within owtube
No gasket (standard)
Gasket types
for user’s ange
tends to be
Non-asbestos gasket, PTFE-sheathed non-asDbeostnosogtaskect,uorethetheqeui vaolewntminehaterdrnessesparately to prevent the come uneven. If chemicals are fed near
the upstrea
mm (inch)
Size affect the
Flange ratings
m side of
JIS 10K
w rate’s i
a magneti
ANSI
Class 150
ndications
c owmet
DIN PN10
. To avoid
er, they m
JIS 20K
this situat
ay ANSI Class 300
ion,
vibrat
DIN PN16
of the
ions, shoc
DIN PN40
piping fro
ks, and ex
JIS F12
m affectin
(JIS 75M)
pansion a
JPI
it. Fix the
Class 150
nd contrac
AS
pipes rst,
Table D
tion forces
then
AS
Table E
2.5 (0.1)
it is recom
(with 10 mm anges)
5.7 to 6.6 e{58n.1d2etod67.t3h} [50.45 to 58.41]
5.7 to 6.6 a{t58t.h12etoc67h.3e} [50.45 to 58.41]
mica―l feed
5.7 to 6.6 {p58o.1r2ttso 6b7.e3} [50.45 to 58.41]
5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} [50.45 to 58.41]
supp ―
sized
ort5t.h7 teo 6 .6ow {58.12 to 67.3} [ 50o.4w5 tmo 5e8.t4e1]r
meter wit ―
s (sizes 2.
the pipes ―
5to10m
. With extr ―
(0.1 to 0.
a small- ―
4 in.)), in
2.5 (0.1) (withit15ismumn anvgeos)id
6.9 to 7.9
{70.36 to 80.56}
able that [61.07 to 69.92]
6.9 to 7.9
{70.36 to 80.56}
chemicals [61.07 to 69.92]
― must be f
7.0 to 8.1
{71.38 to 82.6}
ed on the [61.95 to 71.69]
7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]
partic ―
7.0 to 8.1
ular, x th {71.38 to 82.6}
[61.95 to 71.69]
owmete ―
7.6 to 7.8
r in paralle {77.9 to 79.9}
[67.6 to 69.3]
l with the ―
iping on a ―
upstream si 5 (0.2)
(with 10 mm anges) run (approx
5.7 to 6.6 de, provid
{58.12 to 67.3}
[50.45 to 58.41] imately 5
5.7 to 6.6
e a suf ci
{58.12 to 67.3}
[50.45 to 58.41] Dormor
ent length ―
e) to ensu
5.7 to 6.6
of straigh
{58.12 to 67.3}
[50.45 to 58.41] re the pro
t 5.7to6.6
{58.12 to 67.3}
[50.45 to 58.41] per

5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} [50.45 to 58.41]




5 (0.2) mixture of
(with 15 mm anges)
6.9 to 7.9 u{7i0d.3s6 .to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]
6.9 to 7.9 {70.36 to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]

7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]
7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]
(9)

7.0 to 8.1
ounting
{71.38 to 82.6}
[61.95 to 71.69]
Positio

s
7.6 to 7.8
{77.9 to 79.9}
[67.6 to 69.3]


10 (0.4)
(with 10 mm anges) (Incorrect)
5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} [50.45 to 58.41]
5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} ([C50.o45rrtoe5c8t.4)1]

5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} [50.45 to 58.41]
5.7 to 6.6 {58.12 to 67.3} [50.45 to 58.41]

P
5.7 to 6.6
{58.12 to 67.3}
ipes mu
[50.45 to 58.41]

stbefu

lly lle

with li

uids.
Upstream s 10 (0.4)
(with 15 mm anges)
ide6.9 to 7.9 {70.36 to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]
Do6w.9ntos7t.9rea {70.36 to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]
m side ―
7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]
7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]

7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]

7.6 to 7.8 {77.9 to 79.9} [67.6 to 69.3]


15 (0.5)
6.9 to 7.9 {70.36 to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]
6.9 to 7.9 {70.36 to 80.56} [61.07 to 69.92]

7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]
7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]

7.0 to 8.1 {71.38 to 82.6} [61.95 to 71.69]

7.6 to 7.8 {77.9 to 79.9} [67.6 to 69.3]


25 (1.0)
19.6 to 22.5 {199.9 to 229.4} [173.5 to 199.1]
19.6 to 22.5 {199.9 to 229.4} [173.5 to 199.1]
F03
― 02.ai
19.7 to 22.7 {200.9 to 231.5} [174.4 to 200.9]
19.7 to 22.7 {200.9 to 231.5} [174.4 to 200.9]
Itise
― other
s s1 7e. 5nt ot i 2a0 . l 1 t
{178.5 to 205.0} w[15is4.9eto 1o77w.9]
at pipes r
― rate indic
e m1 6 . a 4 t i o n 1 6 f . u 8 l l {167.3 to 171.7} [t1i4o5.n1 sto 1m48.a9]
y lled at

be affect
ll times,
― ed and
Fig3u2r(1e.235).1.2
21.5 to 24.7 C{ 2 1 h 9 . e 2 mt o 2 i 5 c 1 a . 9 l } [190.3 to 218.6]
21.5 to 24.7 I{n21j9e.2cttoi2o5n1.9} [190.3 to 218.6]

21.6 to 24.8 {220.3 to 252.9} [191.2 to 219.5]
21.6 to 24.8 {220.3 to 252.9} [191.2 to 219.5]
mea ―
Pipin
22.1 to 25.4 urement {225.4 to 259.0}
[195.6 to 224.8] g shall be
errors ma ―
designed
be caus ―
soasto
d. ― aintain th

e interior
40 (1.5)
32.5 to 37.4 {331.4 to 381.4} [287.6 to 331.0]
32.5 to 37.4 {331.4 to 381.4} [287.6 to 331.0]

32.8 to 37.7 {334.5 to 384.4} [290.3 to 333.7]
32.8 to 37.7 {334.5 to 384.4} [290.3 to 333.7]

of th
33.8 to 38.9
{344.7 to 396.7} owtube
[229.2 to 344.3]
― lled with
27.2 to 27.9
{277.2 to 284.8} uids.
[240.4 to 247.0]


Comp
50 (2.0)
41.3 to 47.5
unds
{421.1 to 484.4}
[365.5 to 420.4]
41.3 to 47.5 {421.1 to 484.4} [365.5 to 420.4]

20.6 to 23.7 {210.1 to 241.7} [182.3 to 209.8]
20.6 to 23.7 {210.1 to 241.7} [182.3 to 209.8]
Verti
― when
a 4 l 2 m. 2 t o o 4 u 8 . n 5 t i {430.3 to 494.6} [3 7u3.5idtos42t9e.3n]
ng is effec

d to separ
tiv41e.2 tion43s.6u {420.2 to 445.3} a[36t4e.5otor38s6o.2]li
h39c.1atos4e1s.4 a {398.7 to 422.7} d[34m5.8atot3t6e6r.6]
s39.5 to 41.9 {403.4 to 427.5} [ 3a4 9y. 9 bt o e3 7 0 . 8 ]
65(2.5) IM
61.2 to 70.4
{624.1 to 717.9}
PORT
[541.6 to 623.1]
61.2 to 70.4
{624.1 to 717.9}
ANT
[541.6 to 623.1]

14.3 to 21.0 {145.8 to 214.1} [126.6 to 185.9]
14.3 to 21.0 {145.8 to 214.1} [126.6 to 185.9]
30.5 to 35.1 preci
{311.0 to 357.9}
[269.9 to 310.6] the
pitated. W ―
uids from
hen empl ―
the botto
oying verti ―
to the to
cal mount ―
p to ensur
ing, direct ―
e that the
80 (3.0)
34.2 to 39.3 {348.7 to 400.7} [302.7 to 347.8]
77.6 to 78.8 {791.3 to 803.5} [686.8 to 697.4]

38.5 to 44.3 {392.6 to 451.7} [340.7 to 392.1]
38.5 to 44.3 {392.6 to 451.7} [340.7 to 392.1]
38.5 to 44.3
{392.6 to 451.7} pipes
[340.7 to 392.1]
― remain f
68.1 to 78.3
{694.4 to 798.4} lly lled.
[602.7 to 693.0]
69.1 to 73.2 {704.9 to 746.8} [611.5 to 647.8]
65.6 to 69.5 {669.3 to 709.4} [580.5 to 615.3]
66.9 to 70.8 {682.6 to 722.9} [592.1 to 627.1]
100 (4.0)
on the pipin
45.2 to 52.0
{460.9 to 530.3}
g,asitm [400.0 to 460.2]
45.2 to 52.0
{460.9 to 530.3}
yhavea [400.0 to 460.2]
― negative i
51.0 to 58.7
{520.1 to 598.6}
n uence [451.4 to 519.5]
51.0 to 58.7 {520.1 to 598.6} [451.4 to 519.5]
51.0 to 58.7 {520.1 to 598.6} [451.4 to 519.5]

89.6 to 103.0 {913.7 to 1050} [793.0 to 911.6]
44.9 to 47.5 {457.9 to 484.9} [397.2 to 420.6]
86.1 to 91.2 {878.3 to 930.7} [761.9 to 807.3]
43.5 to 46.1 {444.1 to 470.3} [385.2 to 407.9]
on the ow 125 (5.0)
the surface
66.8 to 76.8 indication
{681.2 to 783.1}
[591.2 to 679.7] sofanele
66.8 to 76.8 s by owi
{681.2 to 783.1}
[591.2 to 679.7] ctrode or
g out and ―
grounding
70.8 to 81.4 covering
{722.0 to 830.1}
[626.6 to 720.4] ring. In
70.8 to 81.4 {722.0 to 830.1} [626.6 to 720.4]
70.8 to 81.4
{722.0 to 830.1} (Corr
[626.6 to 720.4]
ect) ―
70.7 to 81.3
{720.9 to 829.0} (Incorrect)
[625.7 to 719.5]
(Co ―
rrect) h ― h>
(Incorr ―
p 1a 5 r 0 t ( i 6c . 0u ) l a r , c
93.9 to 108.8 a{9r5e7.5mto u11s09t} [831.1 to 962.9]
93.9 to 108.8 b{e957t.a5 tkoe11n09}if [831.1 to 962.9]
a l i q ―u i d s
65.4 to 75.2 e{6a66li.n9 tgo 766.8} [578.8 to 665.5]
65.4 to 75.2 {666.9 to 766.8} [578.8 to 665.5]
97.3 to 118.0 {992.2 to 1203} [861.1 to 1044]
h h>0

98.8 to 113.6 {1007 to 1158} [874.4 to 1005]
88.6 to 89.7 {904.5 to 915.2} [784.6 to 793.9]
69.4 to 73.5 {708.2 to 750.3} [614.3 to 650.8]
88.2 to 90.2 {900.5 to 920.0} [781.1 to 798.4]
F030
200 (8.0)
85.8 to 98.7 {874.9 to 1006} [759.4 to 873.5]
145.4 to 147.9 {1483 to 1508} [1287 to 1309]
145.4 to 147.9 {1483 to 1508} [1287 to 1309]
91.5 to 105.2 {933.0 to 1073} [809.8 to 931.1]
91.5 to 105.2 {933.0 to 1073} [809.8 to 931.1]
91.5 to 105.2 {933.0 to 1073}
Figure
[809.8 to 931.1]
3.1.4 Mo

101.8 to 117.1 {1038 to 1194}
unting Po
[901.0 to 1036]
123.1 to 124.6 {1256 to 1272}
itions
[1089 to 1103]
96.0 to 101.7 {980.0 to 1038} [850.0 to 900.0]
124.0 to 126.5 {1265 to 1291} [1097 to 1120]
250 (10)
(6) Servic
207.8 to 239.0
{2119 to 2437} e[1A839rteo 2a115]
207.8 to 239.0 {2119 to 2437} [1839 to 2115]
207.8 to 239.0 {2119 to 2437} [1839 to 2115]
222.9 to 256.3 {2273 to 2614} [1973 to 2268]
181.4 to 212.2 {1850 to 2164} [1605 to 1878]
222.9 to 256.3 {2273 to 2614} [1973 to 2268]

277.9 to 319.6 {2834 to 3259} [2460 to 2829]
207.1 to 211.3 {2113 to 2156} [1833 to 1870]
237.1 to 241.9 {2419 to 2468} [2098 to 2141]
164.3 to 167.7 {1677 to 1711} [1455 to 1484]
300 (12) Select locati
171.0 to 196.7 {1744 to 2006} ns where [1513 to 1741]
233.7 to 283.0 {2383 to 2886} there is a [2068 to 2505]
233.7 to 283.0
{2383 to 2886}
dequate s [2068 to 2505]
130.7 to 144.8
{1333 to 1477}
pace to s [1157 to 1282]
161.8 to 180.0 {1650 to 1835} rvice [1432 to 1593]
A {1877 to 2159}
184.1 to 211.7
[1629 to 1874]
void air

bubble
243.8 to 280.4
{2486 to 2859} [2158 to 2482]
s.
228.7 to 233.4
{2334 to 2382} [2024 to 2066]
170.9 to 174.5 {1744 to 1780} [1512 to 1544]
214.4 to 215.3 {2188 to 2197} [1898 to 1906]
installing, wir 350 (14)
234.7 to 269.9 ing, overh
{2393 to 2752} [2077 to 2389]
365.4 to 418.0 auling, et
{3726 to 4262} [3234 to 3699]
234.7 to 269.9 .
{2393 to 2752} [2077 to 2389]



IM―P
{3
RTA
350.6 to 403.2
575
[3103 to 3568]
to4
112}
35T1.4 to 354.4
586 to 3617} [3110 to 3137]
{3
299.8 to 302.2 {3059 to 3084} [2654 to 2675]

(7) Bypas
400 (16)
s32L0.0into e368.0 {3263 to 3753} [2832 to 3257]
320.0 to 368.0 {3263 to 3753} [2832 to 3257]
320.0 to 368.0 {3263 to 3753} [2832 to 3257]


―I f a i r
b u b b―l e s e
448.3 to 515.5 n { t 4 e5 7 r 1 at o 5 m2 5 7e } [3968 to 4562]
336.6 to 339.5 {s34u3r5etom34e65n} [2979 to 3005]
390.0 to 393.2 t { p3 9 i 8p0 et o , 4 0 1 o2 } [3452 to 3480]
rate―
Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
o m
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If 0
CAUTION
g h
m ep
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing o
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds a
n
compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
oe c
e cc
m u
s
ON
m
aw
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate indications may be affected and measurement errors
maintenance and zero adjustment. Bypass valve
may be caused.
Block valve
Figure 3.1.3
Block valve
F0303.ai
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
F0305.ai
mounting base.
Mn
dq
ha ay
sye m
(Correct)
Figure 3.1.5
(Incorrect)
Avoiding Air Bubbles
IMPORTANT
ect) 0
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3.3.5 Gaskets size
Be sure to choose a gasket with an inner and outer diameter that does not protrude inside the piping.
If the inner diameter of the gasket is too large, or outer diameter of the gasket is too small, uid leakage may result.
Table 3.3.16 Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring, Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing and Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket
AXF Standard:
Unit : mm (approx. inch) Ceramics
Size
2.5 (0.1)
5 (0.2)
10 (0.4)
15 (0.5) 25 (1.0) 32 (1.25) 40 (1.5) 50 (2.0) 65 (2.5) 80 (3.0) 100 (4.0) 125 (5.0) 150 (6.0) 200 (8.0) 250 (10) 300 (12) 350 (14) 400 (16)
Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring [øA]
15 (0.59) 15 (0.59)
15 (0.59)
15 (0.59) 28 (1.10) 34 (1.34) 41 (1.61) 53 (2.09) 66 (2.60) 77 (3.03) 102 (4.02) 128 (5.04) 146.1 (5.75) 193.6 (7.62) 243.7 (9.59) 294.7 (11.60) –
Inner
Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing [øB]
30 (1.18) 30 (1.18)
30 (1.18)
34 (1.34) 53 (2.09) 58 (2.28) 71 (2.80) 84 (3.31) 103 (4.06) 114 (4.49) 140 (5.51) 165 (6.50) 190 (7.48) 240 (9.45) 315 (12.40) 360 (14.17)
Diameter of Gasket
Size
2.5 (0.1) 5 (0.2) 10 (0.4) 15 (0.5) 25 (1.0) 40 (1.5) 50 (2.0) 80 (3.0) 100 (4.0) 150 (6.0) 200 (8.0) 250 (10)
Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring [øA]
15 (0.59) 15 (0.59) 15 (0.59) 15 (0.59) 27 (1.06) 40 (1.57) 52 (2.05) 81 (3.19) 98 (3.86) 140.7(5.54) 188.9(7.44) –
Wafer
Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing [øB]
38 (1.50) 38 (1.50) 38 (1.50) 38 (1.50) 56 (2.20) 71 (2.80) 85 (3.35) 115 (4.53) 144 (5.67) 190 (7.48) 240 (9.45) –
Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket
Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring
[øA]








– 140.7 (5.54) 188.9 (7.44) 243 (9.57)
Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing [øB]









205 (8.07) 255 (10.04) 315 (12.40)
Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket


PFA/ Polyurethane Rubber/ Natural Soft Rubber/ EPDM Rubber
Wafer
Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing [øB]
38 (1.50) 38 (1.50)
38 (1.50)
38 (1.50) 53 (2.09) 58 (2.28) 71 (2.80) 84 (3.31) 103 (4.06) 114 (4.49) 140 (5.51) 165 (6.50) 190 (7.48) 240 (9.45) 300 (11.81) 348 (13.70) –
Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket
Flange
Recommended Inner
Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring [øA]
– – –
15 (0.59) 27 (1.06) –
40 (1.57) 52 (2.05) –
81 (3.19) 98 (3.86)
Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing [øB]
– – –
33 (1.30) 50 (1.97) –
68 (2.68) 82 (3.23) –
112 (4.41) 134 (5.28)
Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket
Flat Gasket [øC]
17 (0.67) 17 (0.67) 17 (0.67)
Diameter of PTFE-sheathed Grounding
Flat Gasket [øC]
17 (0.67) [15 (0.59)]*1
17 (0.67) [15 (0.59)]*1
17 (0.67) [15 (0.59)]*1
PTFE-sheathed Non-asbestos Gasket [øD]
22 (0.87) [19 (0.75)]*1
22 (0.87) [19 (0.75)]*1
22 (0.87) [19 (0.75)]*1
PTFE-sheathed Non-asbestos Gasket [øD]
22 (0.87) 35 (1.38) –
49 (1.93) 61 (2.40) –
90 (3.54) 115 (4.53)
22 (0.87) 35 (1.38) 43 (1.69) 49 (1.93) 61 (2.40) 84 (3.31) 90 (3.54) 115 (4.53) 141 (5.55) 167 (6.57) 218 (8.58) 270 (10.63) 321 (12.64) –
22 (0.87) 35 (1.38) 43 (1.69) 49 (1.93) 61 (2.40) 84 (3.31) 90 (3.54) 115 (4.53) 141 (5.55) 167 (6.57) 218 (8.58) 270 (10.63) 321 (12.64) 359 (14.13) 410 (16.14)
–––

*1: The inner diameter of the process connection code: DD4, DJ1, DJ2 is values in brackets [ ].
Replacement Model for earlier ADMAG or ADMAG AE:
PFA/ Polyurethane Rubber
Unit : mm (approx. inch) Flange
Size of Inner Diameter of Grounding Ring, Outer Diameter for Effective Sealing and Recommended Inner Diameter of Gasket:
Flat Gasket [øC]
PTFE-sheathed Non-asbestos Gasket [øD]
Flat Gasket [øC]
PTFE-sheathed Non-asbestos Gasket [øD]
øD *2
øC øA
AXF
øB Flowtube
Lining
Grounding Ring
Flat Gasket
17 (0.67) 22 17 (0.67) 22 17 (0.67) 22
22 (0.87) 35 (1.38) 49 (1.93) 61 (2.40) 90 (3.54) 115 (4.53) 167 (6.57) 218 (8.58) –
Non-asbestos Gasket [øD]
Ring [øA]
15 (0.59) [12 (0.47)] *1
15 (0.59) [12 (0.47)] *1
15 (0.59) [12 (0.47)] *1
15 (0.59) 28 (1.10) 34 (1.34) 41 (1.61) 53 (2.09) 66 (2.60) 77 (3.03) 102 (4.02) 128 (5.04) 146.1 (5.75) 193.6 (7.62) 243 (9.57) 291.3 (11.47)
Flat Gasket [øC]
22 22 22
(0.87) (0.87) (0.87)
– – –
(0.87) (0.87) (0.87)









167 (6.57) 218 (8.58) 270 (10.63)
323.4 (12.73) 405 (15.94)
144 (5.67) 192 (7.56) –



188 (7.40) 240 (9.45) –



167 (6.57) 218 (8.58) –



373.5 (14.70) 465 (18.31)
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PTFE-sheathed Non-asbestos Gasket F0318.ai
*2: Be careful not to be small compared to inner diameter of grounding ring (øA).
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3.(34.)6 MNaionmtaianlinDgiaSmtaebtlerF1lu5idmCmon(d0u.5ctiinv.i)tyto 125 mm (5.0 in.), Sanitary Type
< 3 < . 3 I . n sI n t as l t l a a l t l i a o t ni o > n > 2 5 7
(84)) STiugphpteonritnigngcltahmepFlowmeter
IMPORTANT
Install a clamp to cover the tapered parts of the owmeter-side adapter and the ferrule, and
The sanitary type can be mounted to the piping using a
CAUTION
clamp, a union, or a welded joint.
Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near the upstream side of a magnetic owmeter, they may
5)
tighten the clamp screw.
NOTE
vibrations, shocks, and expansion and contraction forces sure to retighten the adapter mounting screw
Con rmation of adapter mounting screw
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the After installation of the magnetic owmeter, be
affect the ow rate’s indications. To avoid this situation,
of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then according to Table 3.3.18 or Table 3.3.19.
it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be This section describes the remote owtube as an
support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small- Be sure to con rm that leakage from adapter sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If example. The same procedure also applies to the
connection point does not occur by lling the pipe particular, x the owmeter in parallel with the piping on a
it is unavoidable that chemicals must be fed on the integral owmeter.
of the owtube with uid. mounting base.
upstream side, provide a suf cient length of straight
run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper Sanitary adapters are engraved with character as
NOTE
mixture of uids. identi cation.
(9) Mounting Positions
Table 3.3.17 Sanitary Adapter Identi cation
The ferrule, clamp, and gasket are not provided with
(Incorrect)
(Correct)
 Pipesmustbefully lledwithliquids. the owmeter, and must be provided by the user.
Identi cation Character
Upstream side
DownMsatrteraiaml fosridAedapter
No mark
SUS304
F
SUSF304
L
SUS316L
FL
SUSF316L
IMPORTANT
F0302.ai
It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times, otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and measurement errors may be caused.
Figure 3.1.2
(1) Mounting Direction
Chemical Injection
Adapter for clamp connection Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior
Mount the owmeter so that the ow direction of the uid
of the owtube lled with uids.Clamp
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing
to be measured is in line with the direction of the arrow
Vertical mounting is effective in such cases as Gasket
Compounds
mark on the owmeter.
when uids tend to separate or solid matter may be Ferrule
IMPORTANT IMPORTANT
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting, direct
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds
pipes remain fully lled.
Adapter mounting screw
the uids from the bottom to the top to ensure that the
If it is impossible to match the direction of the arrow on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence
F0319.ai
Mounting Procedure for Clamp Connection
mark, the direction of the electrical connection can on the ow indications by owing out and covering
Figure 3.3.6
Type (b) Union type h
(Correct)
h h>0
(Incorrect)
be changed. Refer to the applicable user’s manuals the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
which can be downloaded from our website. particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing
(process connection codes: JDB, JKB, and JSB) h>0
In case the uid being measured ows against the compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
1) Welding sleeve F0304.ai Figure 3.1.4 Mounting Positions
arrow direction, change the value from “Forward” to
Pass the piping through a nut and then weld a sleeve to the piping.
“Reverse” at the parameter [ J20: Flow Direction ]
(refer to Chapter 8).
(6) Service Area
 Avoid air bubbles. IMPORTANT
Select locations where there is adequate space to service installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
IMPORTANT
Be sure to weld the sleeve after passing the piping
If tahirobugbhbtlehse ennute. r a measurement pipe, ow rate
indications may be affected and measurement errors When welding the sleeve, pay attention to the
may be caused.
edge preparation, level differences between the
sleeve and the piping, and the welding current to
(2) Mounting Procedure
• •
(7) Bypass Line (a) Clamp type
(process connection codes: HAB, HDB, and HKB) It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate
1) Welding ferrule
maintenance and zero adjustment. Weld a ferrule to the piping.
Bypass valve
IMPORTANT
Block valve
When welding the ferrule, pay attention to the edge
preparation, level differences between the ferrule and
the piping, and the welding current to avoid deforming
Block valve
the piping or causing stagnation portion of thFe03 03u.aiid.
Figure 3.1.3 Bypass Line
2) Installing gasket
Install a gasket for clamp to t in the groove on the
ferrule.
3) Positioning owmeter
Position the owmeter between the two ferrules.
In cavsoeids wdehfeorem inugidtshceopniptainingaoir bcauubsbilnegs,sptaipgingatmiounst
be odfesoigmnedotfothpere vueidn.t them from accumulating in the
measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the
2) Installing gasket
owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to Install a gasket for union to t in the groove on the
prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, sleeve.
thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
3) Positioning owmeter
Move the nut closer to the piping temporarily and
(Correct) (Incorrect) position the owmeter between the two sleeves.
(Correct)
4) Tightening nut (Incorrect)
Install the nut to cover the tapered parts of the
owmeter-side adapter and the sleeve, and
F0305.ai
Figure 3.1.5 Avoiding Air Bubbles
tighten it using a wrench.
Valve
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5) Con rmation of adapter mounting screw
After installation of the magnetic owmeter, be sure to retighten the adapter mounting screw according to Table 3.3.18 or Table 3.3.19.
Be sure to con rm that leakage from adapter connection point does not occur by lling the pipe of the owtube with uid.
NOTE
The sleeve, nut, and gasket are not provided with the owmeter, and must be provided by the user.
<3. Installation> 26
CAUTION
• In case of standard gasket (EPDM rubber), tighten the adapter mounting screw according to the torque values in Table 3.3.18.
• In case that optional code GH (Silicon rubber) is selected, tighten the adapter mounting screw according to the torque values in Table 3.3.19.
• Tighten the adapter mounting screw in diagonal order step by step.
• After tightening of screw, con rm that gaskets protrude inside adapter. Protruding of gasket is necessary to keep the sanitary requirements.
Table 3.3.18 Tightening Torque Values of adapter for EPDM rubber gasket
Tightening torque values (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
Adapter mounting screw
Figure 3.3.7
Mounting Procedure for Union Connection Type
Adapter for union connection
Gasket Size type
15 (0.5), 25 (1.0), 32 (1.25), 40 (1.5) 50 (2.0), 65 (2.5) 80 (3.0)
100 (4.0), 125 (5.0)
(c) Butt weld adapter type
(process connection codes: KDB and KKB)
1) Removing adapter
Remove the butt weld adapter by loosening the
mounting screws.
2) Welding ferrule or sleeve
Weld a ferrule, a sleeve, or an alternative (provided by the user) to the butt weld adapter.
IMPORTANT
• Be sure to weld the ferrule, the sleeve, or the alternative after removing the butt weld adapter from the owmeter itself.
• When welding the ferrule, the sleeve, or the alternative, pay attention to the edge preparation, level differences between them and the piping, and the welding current to avoid deforming the piping or causing stagnation portion of the uid.
3) Installing butt weld adapter
Install a gasket to t in the groove of the butt weld adapter, and tighten the mounting screws.
Gasket Size type
15 (0.5), 25 (1.0),
32 (1.25), 40 (1.5)
50 (2.0), 65 (2.5), 80 (3.0) 100 (4.0), 125 (5.0)
Silicon rubber (optional code GH)
2.0 to 2.5 / {20.39 to 25.49} / [17.70 to 22.13]
4.0 to 4.5 / {40.79 to 45.89} / [35.40 to 39.83] 6.0 to 6.5 / {61.18 to 66.28} / [53.10 to 57.53]
Gasket
Sleeve Nut
mm (inch)
EPDM rubber (standard)
3.0 to 3.5 / {30.59 to 35.69} / [26.55 to 30.98]
4.5 to 5.0 / {45.89 to 50.99} / [39.83 to 44.25] 8.0 to 9.0 / {81.58 to 91.78} / [70.81 to 79.65] 10 to 11 / {102.0 to 112.2} / [88.50 to 97.35]
F0320.ai
Table 3.3.19 Tightening Torque Values of adapter for silicon rubber gasket
Tightening torque values (N-m / {kgf-cm} / [in-lbf])
mm (inch)
4) 5)
Mounting owmeter to piping
Connect the owmeter to the piping in a manner appropriate to the ferrule, the sleeve, or the alternative that has been welded to the adapter. Con rmation of adapter mounting screw After installation of the magnetic owmeter, be sure to retighten the adapter mounting screw according to Table 3.3.18 or Table 3.3.19.
Be sure to con rm that leakage from adapter connection point does not occur by lling the pipe of the owtube with uid
Mini-flange Gasket
Butt weld adapter
Adapter mounting screw
F0321.ai
Mounting Procedure for Weld Joint Adapter Type
Figure 3.3.8
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(4) 3.4
Maintaining Stable Fluid Conductivity Installation of Remote
Converter
IMPORTANT
Do not install the owmeter where uid conductivity
Do not secure the owmeter separately to prevent the vibrations, shocks, and expansion and contraction forces of the piping from affecting it. Fix the pipes rst, then
tends to become uneven. If chemicals are fed near
WARNING
the upstream side of a magnetic owmeter, they may
affect the ow rate’s indications. To avoid this situation, Installation of the magnetic owmeter must be
2-inch pipe
support the owmeter with the pipes. With extra small-
Nut
sized owmeters (sizes 2.5 to 10 mm (0.1 to 0.4 in.)), in
particular, x the owmeter in parallel with the piping on a
mounting base. Mounting fixture
it is recommended that the chemical feed ports be performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
located on the downstream side of the owmeter. If No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures
it is unavoidable that chemicals must be fed on the relating to installation.
upstream side, provide a suf cient length of straight
run (approximately 50D or more) to ensure the proper
Washer Screw
mixture of uids.
3.4.1 Installation Location
(9) Mounting Positions
Figure 3.4.2 2-inch Pipe Horizontal Mounting
(Incorrect) (Correct) Upstream side Downstream side
 Pipesmustbefully lledwithliquids. 3.4.3 MIoMunPtOingRoTfANXFTA11
IMPORTANT
Install the instrument in a location where it is not exposed to direct sunlight. For ambient temperature, refer to “OUTLINE” of the approF0p30r2ia.ati e manual which cFaignubre 3d.o1w.2nloCahdemdicfraolmInjoeucrtiwonebsite.
The instrument may be used in an ambient humidity
AXFA11 Remote Converter can be mounted using surface It is essential that pipes remain fully lled at all times,
where the RH ranges from 0 to 100%. However, avoid
of the owtube lled with uids. Unit: mm
(approx. inch) Vertical mounting is effective in such cases as
(5) Precautions for Use of Liquid Sealing
long-term continuous operation at relative humidity
Compounds
For surface mounting, use the mounting when uids tend to separate or solid matter may be
above 95%.
fixture provided, using M6 screws.
IMPORTANT
3.4.2 Mounting of AXFA14
precipitated. When employing vertical mounting, direct These M6 screws must be provided by the user.
Care must be taken in using liquid sealing compounds
pipes remain fully lled.
M6 Screw (Incorrect)
F0304.ai F0324.ai
AXFA14 Remote Converter can be mounted on a 2-inch on the piping, as it may have a negative in uence
pipe in a vertical or horizontal position depending on the on the ow indications by owing out and covering
(Correct)
h h>0
installation site.
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
1. 2.
the surfaces of an electrode or grounding ring. In
h h>0
Fix the instrument on the mounting xture using four particular, care must be taken if a liquid sealing
screws.
compound is used in the case of vertical piping.
Fix the mounting xture with the instrument installed on a 2-inch pipe using a U-bolt.
Mounting Positions  Avoid air bubbles.
IMPORTANT IMPORTANT
(6) Service Area
2-inch pipe
Select locations where there is adequate space to service U-bolt
installing, wiring, overhauling, etc.
(7) Bypass Line
It is recommended to install a bypass line to facilitate maintenance and zero adjustment.
MoIfuanirtinbgub bxtleusreeonnteerqaumipmeaesnutrienmteendnet pdiptoeb, e omworuanteted oninadwicaltlionr csemilianyg bsehallffwecithtesdtaannddamfoeracseuoref fmouerntimererosrs themwaeyibghetcoafuthsede.quipment (AXFA11: 3.3kg (7.3 lb)).
In cases where uids contain air bubbles, piping must be designed to prevent them from accumulating in the measurement pipe of a owtube.
If a valve exists near the owmeter, try to mount the owmeter on the valve’s upstream side in order to prevent a possible reduction of pressure inside the pipe, thereby avoiding the possibility of air bubbles.
Block Mvaolvuenting fixture
Figure 3.4.1 Figure 3.1.3
Nut Bypass valve
Washer Screw
F0322.ai
F0303.ai
2-inch Pipe Vertical Mounting
Bypass Line
(Correct)
(Incorrect)
Valve
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Block valve
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CAUTION
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mounting, 2-inch pipe mounting, or panel mounting. otherwise ow rate indications may be affected and
measurement errors may be caused.
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Figure 3.4.3 Surface Mounting
194 (7.64)
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(Incorrect)
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 Surface Mounting (Wall Mounting)
Piping shall be designed so as to maintain the interior 33
Installation Installation
65 (2.56)
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 2-inch Pipe Mounting
2-inch pipe Mounting fixture
Washer Clamp screw
Pass the four clamp screws through the mounting fixture,
position it on the 2-inch pipe, and then fasten the AXFA11 in place.
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Figure 3.4.4 2-inch Pipe Mounting  Panel Mounting
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Unit: mm (approx. inch)
Panel cutout
Mounting fixture
172 (6.8)
R3MAX
Washer Screw
Clamp screw
Fit the AXFA11 into the panel. Then attach the mounting fixture to the AXFA11 using the screw and the washer, and secure the instrument with the two clamp screws.
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4.1.2 Power Cable/Output Cable
JIS C 3401 control cable equivalent JIS C 3312 power cable equivalent 14 AWG Belden 8720 equivalent Outer Diameter:
With no gland option:
6.5 to 12 mm (0.26 to 0.47 in.)
With gland options EG, EU:
10.5 or 11.5 mm (0.41 to 0.45 in.)
With gland options EP:
6 to 12 mm (0.24 to 0.47 in.)
Nominal Cross Section:
Single wire; 0.5 to 2.5 mm2 Stranded wire; 0.5 to 1.5 mm2
In case of power cable, Green/Yellow covered conductor shall be used only for connection to PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINALS. Conform to IEC227, IEC245 or equivalent national authorization.
NOTE
• For power cables, always use a crimp terminal with an insulation cover.
• Use crimp tools from the manufacturer of the crimp terminal you want to use to connect the crimp terminal and cable.
• Use crimp tools that are appropriate for the diameter of the cable to be connected.
4.1.3 Wiring Ports for Integral Flowmeter
This instrument is of watertight construction as stipulated in JIS C 0920. It is shipped with a wiring bracket (waterproof gland or waterproof gland with union) or a plastic gland attached, only in cases where an optional speci cation is selected for the wiring port.
In case of the explosion proof type, refer to Chapter 10.
IMPORTANT
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not waterproof). Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port. If waterproof property is necessary, apply a blanking plug to the unused wiring port.
The blanking plug may not be attached depending on the speci cation.
If it is necessary, contact YOKOGAWA.
(1) When waterproof property is unnecessary (When there are no particular optional speci cations)
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not water-proof) that must be removed before wiring. At this time, handle the wiring port in accordance with the JIS C 0920 mentioned above. Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port.
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(2) When waterproof property is necessary (Wiring using waterproof glands)
IMPORTANT
To prevent water or condensation from entering the converter housing, waterproof glands are recommended. Do not over-tighten the glands or damage to the cables may result. Tightness of the gland can be checked by con rming that the cable is held rmly in place.
For working on the electric wire tubes or the exible tubes (G1/2), remove the waterproof gland and attach them directly to the wiring port.
Washer
Waterproof gland Cable
Figure 4.1.1
G1/2
Cable
Figure 4.1.3
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Plastic Gland (Optional code EP)
Gasket
Waterproof Gland (Optional code EG)
Gasket
Washer Tightening gland
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Figure 4.1.2
Gasket
Plastic gland
Waterproof Gland with Union Joint (Optional code EU)
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(3) Conduit Wiring
4. Wiring
<4<.4W. Wiriinrgin>g> 3129 (2) Terminal Con guration
When the cover is removed, the connection terminals will be visible.
4.1.1 Wiring Precautions
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
CAUTION
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C (158°F) or above.
When wiring the conduits, pass the conduit through the
wiring connection port, and utilize the waterproof gland to
4.1 Wiring the Integral
prevent water from owing in. Place the conduit pipe on
an angle as shown in Figure 4.1.4.
Flowmeter
POWER DIO DO I SUPPLY
- + - + - +L/+N/-
Install a drain valve at the low end of the vertical pipe, and
open the valve regularly.
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter.
WARNING
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures Drain valve
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Figure 4.1.4
4.1.4 Wiring Connections for Integral
(1)
or damage.
hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to unlock the cover.
(Upon shipment from the manufacturing plant, the cover is unlocked.) Hold the owmeter with your hand and remove the cover by turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below.
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in
relating to wiring.
Terminal Label
(Bacokrdsieder)to prevent damage from condensation and to
Conduit Wiring
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4.1.1. crimp-onterminalsandbesecurelywired.
For FOUNDATION eldbus protocol, refer to IM 01E20F02- • The signal cables must be routed in separate steel
01E. conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
For PROFIBUS PA protocol, refer to IM 01E20F12-01E. tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
• Always route the power and output signal cables
• •

(3)

CAUTION
Flowmeter
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections
Removing Cover
before applying power to the instrument. Improper
arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction Loosen cover locking screw 2 clockwise using a
Table 4.1.1 Terminal Symbols for Integral Flowmeter
12
Cover locking screws
only one, four-core cable.
Protective grounding (Outside of the terminal)
Figure 4.1.5
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Removing the Terminal Box Cover for Integral Flowmeter
in an electric shock or damage to the instrument.
use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the TerminpaloSwymerbsoluspply voltage is 24DeVscarnipdtiofonur-core cables
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are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes Functional grounding
Wiring Wiring
watertight using sealing tape.
N/–
Power supply
When waterproof glands or union equipped
L/+
wI+aterproofglandsareused,avoidtighteningthe Current output 4 to 20mA DC
gIl–ands with an excessive torque.
DO+
When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes
Pulse output/Alarm output/ Status output with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the
DO–
DIO+
Alarm output/Status output Status input unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with
DIO–
Be sure to turn the power off before opening the terminal box cover.
Precautions for Wiring of Power Supply
Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal
Cables
box cover securely.
When connecting to the power supply, observe the points • The terminal box cover is locked by the special
below. Failure to comply with these warnings may result screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover,
• • •

installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, Ensure that the power supply is OFF in order to
refer to Figure 4.1.16. prevent electric shocks.
Explosion protected types must be wired in Ensure the protective grounding terminal is
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Install an external switch or circuit breaker as a means to turn the power off (capacitance; 15A, conforming to IEC60947-1 and IEC60947-3). Locate this switch either near the instrument or
in other places facilitating easy operation. Af x a “Power Off Equipment” label to this external switch or circuit breaker.


WARNING
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw
using the hexagonal wrench attached after
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Wiring Procedure for Integral Flowmeter
1. Turn the instrument’s power off.
2. Wire the power supply cable and the functional
grounding cable to the power supply terminals. Functional grounding cable
<4. Wiring> 32 3) Setting Power Supply Frequency
IMPORTANT
Set the local commercial power frequency in order to eliminate the effect of induction noise from the power supply.
Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXF Integral Flowmeter [Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02-01E).
Parameter No.: J30 and J31 (5) Grounding
CAUTION
Be sure to connect the protective grounding of the AXF integral owmeter with a cable of 2mm2 or larger cross section in order to avoid electrical shock to the operators and maintenance engineers and to prevent the in uence of external noise.
Connect the grounding wire to the mark.
The grounding should satisfy Class D requirements (grounding resistance, 100 Ω or less).
In case of TIIS Flameproof type, the grounding should satisfy Class C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less) or class A requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less).
For explosion proof type except TIIS, follow the domestic electrical requirements as regulated in each country.
IMPORTANT
When optional code A (lightning protector) is selected, the ground should satisfy Class C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less).
Power supply cable
Figure 4.1.7
(4) DC Power Connection
When using DC power as the power supply for the converter, give attention to the following points.
1) Connecting Power Supply
IMPORTANT
Do not connect power supply with reversed polarities. L/+ terminal: connect +
N/– terminal: connect –
IMPORTANT
Do not connect power supply with 100 to 240 V ACor100to120VDCinthecaseofa24V power supply version (power supply code 2).
It will give a damage to the converter.
2) Required Power Supply Voltages
IMPORTANT
When using a 24 V power supply, the speci cation for the supply voltage is 24 V (–15% to +20%), but the input voltage of the converter drops due to cable resistance therefore it must be used within the following ranges.
796 (2610) 796 (2610) 796 (2610)
200 ( 660) 0
Electric Cable Wiring for Integral Flowmeter
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• •
The protective grounding terminals are located on the inside and outside of the terminal area.
Either terminal may be used.
Use 600 V vinyl insulation wires as the grounding wires.
Protective grounding terminals
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Protective Grounding Terminal Location for Integral Flowmeter
20.4 22
Usable range E (V)
24 26 28.8
Figure 4.1.8
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Supply Voltage and Cable Length for Integral Flowmeter
Figure 4.1.9
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Allowable cable length m(ft)
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4. Wiring
<4<.4W. Wiriinrgin>g> 3329 (6) Connecting to External Instruments
WARNING
4.1.1 Wiring Precautions
IMPORTANT
Improper grounding can have an adverse effect on the ow measurement. Ensure that the instrument is
4.1 Wiring the Integral
Before wiring with external instruments, be sure to turn
properly grounded.
Flowmeter
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring: off the magnetic owmeter and any external instruments.
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter. The electromotive force of the magnetic owmeter
is minute and it is easily affected by noise, and the
CAUTION
reference electric potential is the same as that of the
instruments, giving attention to the following points.
measuring WuidA. TRheNrefIoNreG, the reference electric
For FOUNDATION eldbus protocol, refer to IM 01E20F02- • In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds
01E. 50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring
For PROFIBUS PA protocol, refer to IM 01E20F12-01E. with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C
 4 to 20 mA DC Current Output
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in
nt ul e
Figure 4t.u1b.1e1s 145t(oJ2IS0 mCA83D0C9O).utput Connection
• Always route the power and output signal cables  PulisneseOpuartaptuetsteel conduit tubes, except when the
potential (terminal potential) of the owtube and converter
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
also need to be the same as that of the measuring uid.
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. Moreover, the potential must be the same as the ground.
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures The magnetic owmeter is equipped with an grounding
relating to wiring.
ring that makes a connection with the charge of the
measured uid for grounding and protects the lining. Be sure to ground the owmeter according to Figure 4.1.10.
(158°F) or above.
Connect the AXF integral owmeter terminal to external
600 V vinyl-insulated cable (2 mm2 or larger)
CAUTION
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections before applying power to the instrument. Improper arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction
or damage. grounding ring
• Class D requirements (grounding resistance, 100 Ω or less). Optional code A (lightning protector): Class C requirements
(grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less). • TIIS Flameproof type: Class C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes
IMPORTANT
watertight using sealing tape.
or less) or class A requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less). • • Explosion proof type except TIIS: Domestic electrical requirements as
glands with an excessive torque.
Do not apply a voltage larger than 30V DC or
regulated in each country.
In case grounding rings are used.
Figure 4.1.10
When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes a current larger than 0.2A in order to prevent

• •
• • •


When waterproof glands or union equipped As this is a transistor contact (insulated type), give
• •
• • • •
unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with When input lter constant of the electronic counter
waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the attention to proper voltage and polarity when wiring.
with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the damage to the instrument.
only one, four-core cable.
is large in relation to the pulse width, the signal will
In case grounding rings are not used. (Available only for metal piping)
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, electronic counter within the magnetic owmeter
Grounding for Integral Flowmeter
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
The active pulse output (Optional code EM) cannot
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use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling pulse output speci cation range.
order to preve damage from condensation and to AXF integral flowmeter
protect the ins al+tion, e.g. inside the terminal box
of the owmet
• All the cable ends must be provided with round
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r. l-
Be sure to turn the power off before opening the decrease and the count will not be accurate.
Receiver Instrument
Resistive load max. 750 Ω
crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
• The signal cables mus d e steel
Communication
Resistive load
t beBRrAoINute
in separat
250 to 450 Ω
HART
250 to 600 Ω
terminal box cover.
If the input impedance of the electronic counter is
Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal large, an induction noise from the power supply
box cover securely.
may result in inaccurate counts. Use a shield cable
The terminal box cover is locked by the special or suf ciently reduce the input impedance of the
Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw be used in conjunction with the standard pulse
using the hexagonal wrench attached after output.
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, When the active pulse output (Optional code EM) is
refer to Figure 4.1.16.
selected, do not be short-circuit between the DO+
Explosion protected types must be wired in
and DO– terminals to avoid damaging the instrument.
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in When the active pulse output (Optional code EM)
certain countries, legal regulations) in order to
is selected, the range of pulse rate must be set to 2
preserve the effectiveness of their explosion pps maximum.
protected features.
To avoid communication (BRAIN/ HART) failure, it
is recommended to use the shield cable.
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NOTE
For pulse output from the DO terminals, parameters must be set. Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXF Integral Flowmeter [Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02- 01E).
<4. Wiring> 34  Status Output / Alarm Output
IMPORTANT
Since this is an isolated transistor output, be careful
of voltage and polarity when wiring. Do not apply a voltage larger than 30V DC or a current larger than 0.2A in order to prevent damage to the instrument. This output cannot switch an AC load. To switch an AC load, an intermediate relay must be inserted as shown in Figure 4.1.15.
* The alarm output operates from open (normal) to closed (alarm occurrence) by factory default setting. Changes can be made via the parameter settings.
AXF integral flowmeter PULSE OUT DO-
AXF integral flowmeter DO+
PULSE OUT DO- Load
Protective diode Mechanical Counter
Electronic Counter
Figure 4.1.12
AXF integral flowmeter PULSE OUT AXF integral flowmeter PULSE OUT
DO+ DO-
DO+
DO-
Protective diode Mechanical Counter
Electronic Counter
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This connection is not possible.
Output voltage: 24 V DC ±20% Current: 150 mA or less
Pulse rate: 0.0001 to 2 pps Pulse width: 20, 33, 50, 100 ms
Figure 4.1.15
Status Output / Alarm Output Connection
Figure 4.1.13
 Status Input
IMPORTANT
NOTE
For status and alarm outputs from the DO or DIO terminals, parameters must be set. Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXF Integral Flowmeter
[Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02-01E).
(7) Installing the Cover
Install the cover to the owmeter by turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below. Tighten cover locking screw 2 counterclockwise using a hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to lock the cover.
Closed: Less than 200 Ω
Open:
More than 100 kΩ DIO+
DIO-
No-voltage status input
AXF integral flowmeter
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DO+
30V DC, 0.2A. max
Pulse Output Connection
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AXF integral flowmeter DO+ (or DIO+)
Load DO- (or DIO-)
Protective diode
Figure 4.1.14 Status Input Connection
NOTE
12
Cover locking screws
Load
Active Pulse Output Connection (Optional code EM)
Status inputs are designed for use with no-voltage (dry) contacts. Be careful not to connect the status to any signal source carrying voltage.
Applying voltage may damage the input circuit.
For status input to the DIO terminals, parameters must be set. Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXF Integral Flowmeter
[Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02-01E).
Figure 4.1.16
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Installing the Terminal Box Cover for Integral Flowmeter
AXF integral flowmeter DO+ (or DIO+)
Relay
valve
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4.2 Wiring the Remote Flowtube 4. Wiring
This section describes the wiring of the remote owtube only. For information relating to the wiring of the converter, ref4er.1to SecWtionir4i.n3 ogr StehcteionIn4.4teofgthrisaml anual.
Flowmeter
This secWtioAn dResNcriIbNesGthe wiring of the integral owmeter. The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
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Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
4.1.1 CWAirUinTgIPOreNcautions
WARNING
(158°F) or above.
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.


• •

• •
• • •


Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures relTahtiengwtiorinwgiroinfgth. e magnetic owmeter must be
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures
order to prevent damage from condensation and to 50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box
Be •


• •
• • •

• • •



sure to observe the following precautions when wiring: In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds
50°C (122°F), use external heat-resistant wiring with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C
CAUTION
with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C of the owtube.
relating to wiring.
order to prevent damage from condensation and to cable with a cable that is the appropriate length.
arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction
All the cable ends must be provided with round The signal cables must be routed in separate steel
or damage.
The signal cables must be routed in separate steel tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
CAUTION
crimp-on terminals and be securely wired. conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
(158°F) or above.
Do not splice the cable between the owtube terminal
CAUTION
Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in and the converter if it is too short. Replace the short
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections
before applying power to the instrument. Improper
protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box All the cable ends must be provided with round
of the owmeter.
crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections before applying power to the instrument. Improper arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction or damage.
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit Keep conduits or exible tubes watertight using
tubes 15 (JIS C 8309). sealing tape.
Always route the power and output signal cables Ground the remote owtube and the converter
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the separately.
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables Cover each shield of the signal cable with vinyl
are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes tube or vinyl tape to avoid contact between two
watertight using sealing tape.
shields or between a shield and a case.
When waterproof glands or union equipped When waterproof glands or union equipped
waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the
glands with an excessive torque. glands with an excessive torque.
When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes Be sure to turn the power off before opening the
with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the terminal box cover.
unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal
only one, four-core cable. box cover securely.
Be sure to turn the power off before opening the The terminal box cover is locked by the special
terminal box cover.
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover,
Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling
box cover securely.
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.2.8.
The terminal box cover is locked by the special Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, using the hexagonal wrench attached after
use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling installing the cover. For handling the locking screw,
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5. refer to Figure 4.2.16.
Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw Explosion protected types must be wired in
using the hexagonal wrench attached after accordance with speci c requirement (and, in
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, certain countries, legal regulations) in order to
refer to Figure 4.1.16.
preserve the effectiveness of their explosion
Explosion protected types must be wired in protected features.
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in When submersible type or optional code DHC is certain countries, legal regulations) in order to
selected, waterproof glands, signal and excitation preserve the effectiveness of their explosion
cables are attached. In order to preserve the protected features.
effectiveness of waterproof features, the terminal box cover and waterproof glands must not be detached from owmeter.
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IMPORTANT
Prepare the signal cable and the excitation cable almost the same length. It is recommended to lay them together closely.
4.2.2 Cables
(1) Dedicated Signal Cable (AXFC)
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CAUTION
• As crimp terminals A, B, SA, SB and C have their own electrical potentials, securely insulate them so as not to come in contact with one another.
• To prevent a shield from coming in contact with another shield or the case, cover each shield with a vinyl tube or wrap it in vinyl tape.
NOTE
Conductors A and B carry the signal from the electrodes, and C is at the potential of the liquid (signal common). Shields SA and SB are kept at the same potentials as the individual electrodes (these are actively driven shields). This is done to reduce the effect of the distributed capacitance of the cable at long cable length.
Note that, since the signals from the individual electrodes are impedance converted inside the converter, errors will result if they come in contact with any other component. Great care must be taken in the cable end treatment.
Conductors (A and B) Shields (SA and SB)
Tape
Outer jacket
Shield (C) Insulation
Insulation
10.5 (0.413 in.)
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Figure 4.2.1
Dedicated Signal Cable AXFC
The ow signal is transmitted via this dedicated cable. The cable is constructed with double shielding over the two conductors, and heat-resistant vinyl is used for the outer jacket material.
Finished diameter: 10.5 mm (0.413 in.)
Maximum length:
Combination with the AXFA11 converter: 200 m (660 ft) Combination with the AXFA14 converter: 100 m (330 ft) Maximum temperature: 80°C (176°F)
IMPORTANT
If the cable is longer than required, cut off any extra length rather than coiling it up, and terminate the conductors as shown in Figure 4.2.2.
Avoid using junction terminal boards to extend the cable length, as this will interrupt the shielding.
(2) Excitation Cable
JIS C 3401 control cable equivalent JIS C 3312 power cable equivalent 14 AWG Belder 8720 equivalent Outer Diameter:
With no gland option:
6.5 to 12 mm (0.26 to 0.47 in.)
With gland options EG, EU and EW: 10.5 or 11.5 mm (0.41 to 0.45 in.)
With gland options EP:
6 to 12 mm (0.24 to 0.47 in.)
Nominal Cross Section:
Single wire; 0.5 to 2.5 mm2 Stranded wire; 0.5 to 1.5 mm2
Unit : mm (approx. inch)
Unit : mm (approx. inch)
White Black Red
White Black Red
Crimp terminal
85 (3.35)
On the flowtube side
On the converter side
Figure 4.2.2
On the flowtube side
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85 (3.35)
On the converter side
L (Specified Dimensions)
20 (0.8)
AXFC
Treatment of Dedicated Signal Cables
Figure 4.2.3
End Treatment of Excitation Cable
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ø10.5 (0.4)
(5.9)
A
150±5 B (5.9)
8(0.3) max.
50 (1.97) SB
8 (0.3) max. 150±5
90 (3.54)
C 70 (2.76)
EX1
EX2
EX1
EX2
60 (2.36)
C 90 (3.54)
SA
A
25 (0.98)
B
55 (2.17)


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• For excitation cables, always use a crimp terminal
Washer
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
4.1with aWn inisruilantigon tchover.Integral
• Use crimp tools from the manufacturer of the crimp
Flowmeter
terminal you want to use to connect the crimp Thitsesrmecintiaolnadnedscaribles. the wiring of the integral owmeter. • Use crimp tools that are appropriate for the
Gasket Waterproof gland
diameter of the cable to be connected.
Cable
CAUTION
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WARNING
Figure 4.2.4 Waterproof Gland (Optional code EG)
4.2.3 Wiring Ports for Remote Flowmeter
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C (158°F) or above.
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in
order to prevent damage from condensation and to
Gasket
protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box
of the owmeter.
• All the cable ends must be provided with round
Gc1ri/m2 p-on terminals and be securely wired.
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel
Washer
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
tubes 15 (JIS C 8309T)ig.htening gland
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The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. This instrument is of watertight construction as stipulated
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures in JIS C 0920. It is shipped with a wiring bracket
relating to wiring.
(waterproof gland or waterproof gland with union) or a
plastic gland attached, only in cases where an optional speci cation is selected for the wiring port. In case of the explosion proof type, refer to chapter 10.
CAUTION IMPORTANT
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections Thbeewfoireinagppolyrtinisgspeoawledr wtoithea icnasptru(nmoet nwta. Itmerpropoef)r. Doarnroatnrgeemoevnetsthoer cwairpinfgromatyhecauunsueseaduwnitrimngalpfuonrtc.tion If woradtearmpraogoef .property is necessary, apply a blanking plug to the unused wiring port.
The blanking plug may not be attached depending on the speci cation. Ifitisnecessary,contactYOKOGAWA.
(1) When waterproof property is unnecessary (When there are no particular optional speci cations)
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not water-proof) that must be removed before wiring. At this time, handle the wiring port in accordance with the JIS C 0920 mentioned above. Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port.
(2) When waterproof property is necessary (Wiring using waterproof glands)
IMPORTANT
To prevent water or condensation from entering the converter housing, waterproof glands are recommended. Do not over-tighten the glands or damage to the cables may result. Tightness of the gland can be checked by con rming that the cable is held rmly in place.
For working on the electric wire tubes or the exible tubes (G1/2), remove the waterproof gland and attach them directly to the wiring port.
• Always route the power and output signal cables Cable
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables When working on conduit pipes or flexible pipes (G1/2 only)
watertight using sealing tape.
are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes
Wiring Wiring
Figure 4.2.5 Waterproof Gland with Union Joint
• When(wOapteiornparolcoofdgelaEnUds) orunionequipped
waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the
glands with an excessive torque.
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes
wiGthasakebtlanking plug. Use this plug to cover the Plastic gluandused wiring port when wiring the instrument with
only one, four-core cable.
• Be sure to turn the power off before opening the
terminal box cover.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal
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(3)
Conduit Wiring

The terminal box cover is locked by the special screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover,
use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling
When wiring the conduits, pass the conduit through the the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
wiring connection port, and utilize the waterproof gland to • Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw
prevent water from owing in. Place the conduit pipe on using the hexagonal wrench attached after
an angle as shown in Figure 4.2.7
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw,
Install a drain valve at the low end of the vertical pipe, and refer to Figure 4.1.16.
open the valve regularly.
• Explosion protected types must be wired in
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features.
Figure 4.2.7
Drain valve
Conduit Wiring
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4.2.4 Wiring Connections for Remote Flowtube
WARNING
Before wiring, be sure that the power supply for AXFA11 or AXFA14 converter has been turned off to prevent an electrical shock.
(1) Removing Cover
Loosen the cover locking screw clockwise using a hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to unlock the cover. (Upon shipment from the manufacturing plant, the cover is unlocked.) Hold the owtube with your hand and remove the cover by turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below.
(3) 1)
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Wiring the Remote Flowtube (General- Purpose Use, Submersible Type, Sanitary Type) with Converters
Connection with the AXFA11 converter
Connect wiring as shown in the gure below.
Figure 4.2.8
(2) Terminal Con guration
Figure 4.2.9
Terminal Con guration for Remote Flowtube (General-Purpose Use, Submersible Type, Sanitary Type)
Figure 4.2.10
Terminal Con guration for Remote Flowtube (Explosion proof Type)
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Excitation cable
AXFC dedicated signal cable
Removing the Terminal Box Cover for Remote Flowtube
When the cover is removed, the connection terminals
Converter
SA A
Remote flowtube Taping* A
Terminal Description Symbols
A B
Excitation cable
EX2
FUSE 2.5A 250V
AXFA11 converter
C
EX1 Remote flowtube
Wiring Diagram
Figure 4.2.11
A AEX2BB
B Flow signal output B SB Taping* CCC
EX1 EX2
Excitation current input
Protective grounding (Outside of the terminal)
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Figure 4.2.12
EX1 Remote flowtube
Wiring Diagram
EX1 EX1 EX2 EX2
Terminal Symbols
A B C EX1 EX2
Description Flow signal output
Excitation current input
Functional grounding
(Only for explosion proof type)
Protective grounding (Oitside of the terminal)
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(4) Wiring the Remote Flowtube (Explosion Proof Type) with Converters
IMPORTANT
In case of ATEX, IECEx or TIIS certi ed AXF remote owtube , it is only approved to be combined with AXFA14 converter.
I+ I– CURRENT OUT
N/– L/+ POWER SUPPLY
SO1+ SO2+ COM STATUS OUT
EX1 EX2 EXCIT ATION
AL+ AL– ALARM OUT
C SA A SIGNAL
SI2+ COM STATUS IN
B
SB
P+
PULSE OUT
P– SI1+
2) Connection with the AXFA14 converter
Connect wiring as shown in the gure below. AXFA14 converter
EX1 EX2 C SA A
B
SB
AXFC dedicated signal cable
Converter Remote flowtube
SA Taping* AA BB
SB Taping* CC
EX1 EX1
EX2 EX2
* Individually tape and insulate the shields corresponding to SA and SB on the remote flowtube side.
* Individually tape and insulate the shields corresponding to SA and SB on the remote flowtube side.
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1)
Connection with the AXFA11 converter 4. Wiring
(5) Grounding
A B
CAUTION
• All the cable ends must be provided with round crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
In case of FM or CSA certi ed AXF remote owtube,
connect wiring as shown in the gure below.
CAUTION
Wiring Precautions
In case of the explosion proof type, the protective
4.1 Wiring the Integral
4.1.1
grounding of remote owtube must be connected
Be sure to connect the protective grounding of the
FUSE 2.5A 250V
AXFA11 converter owmeter must be
P
i
with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C Flameproof type, the grounding should satisfy Class
Flowmeter
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring: 2
toasuitableISgroundingsystem.Inthatcase,
AXFremote owtubewithacableof2mm orlarger
(functional grounding terminal) need not be
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter.
connected.
I+ I– SO1+ SO2+ COM AL+
cross section in order to avoid electrical shock to the
CUR
LA
OW
WARNING
SA A B SB SIGNAL
Connect the grounding wire to the mark. The
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds
E
RENT OUT
grounding should satisfy Class D requirements
50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring (grounding resistance, 100 Ω or less). In case of TIIS
RS
UPPLY
EX
STA
AL– C RM OUT
C
TUS OUT
A
The wi N/– L/+ EX1 EX2 P+ P– SI1+ SI2+ COM
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t
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IT AT
PULS
a
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EO
S
EX2
EX2 EX2
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel
t
TA
T
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
AXFC dedicated No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures
(158°F) or above.
C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less)
relating to wiring.
Excitation cable
signal cable
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in or class A requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections
* Individually tape and insulate
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
the shields corresponding to before applying power to the instrument. Improper
tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
Improper grounding can have an adverse effect on
• Always route the power and output signal cables the ow measurement. Ensure that the instrument is
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the properly grounded.
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables The eleacrteroumsoetdivfeorfowrcireinogf. tKheempacgonedtuicits owr m extiebrleistubes minute wanadteirttisghetaussyintog bsealfifnegcteadpeb.y noise. And also that refer•encWehelencwtraicteproptreonotfiagllaisntdhseosraumneioansetqhueipmpeadsuring uid powteanteiarlp.rTohoef rgelafonrdes, tahreruesferde,nacveoeidletcigtrhictepnointegntthiael (terminaglapnodtesnwtiiathl) aonf tehxec eoswsitvuebetoarqnudet.he converter also need• toWbehethnethseampoewaesrtshuepmpleyavsoultraingge isui2d4.VM,oitrceomvers, that thewpiothteanbtialalnmkuinsgt bpelugth.eUsaemtheiswpitlhugrtoucnodv.eTrhthee magnetuicnu osewdmweitreinr gispeoqrut wiphpend wirthinga tghreouinsdtirnugmreingt wthiatht makes oancloynonec,tfiounrw-ciothrethceacbhlea.rge of the measured uid for g•rouBnedisnugreantod tpurrontethcetsptohwe elinr ionfgf .before opening the Be suretetormgirnoaulnbdoxaccoovredri.ng to Figure 4.2.15.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal 600 V vinyl insulated
SA and SB on the remote arrangements or wirinEgXm1 ay cause a unit malfunction
C
or damage.
flowtube side.
Remote flowtube
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Figure 4.2.13 Wiring Diagram
2) Connection with the AXFA14 converter
In case of ATEX, FM, CSA, IECEx or TIIS certi ed AXF remote owtube, connect wiring as shown in the gure below.
In case of the explosion proof type, the protective grounding of remote owtube must be connected to a suitable IS grounding system. In that case,
(functional grounding terminal) need not be connected.
Excitation cable
AXFC dedicated signal cable
A B
Figure 4.2.14
(2 mm2 or larger)
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special
C
AXFA14 converter
EX1 EX2 C SA A
B SB
electric cable
box cover securely.
EX2
EX1 Remote flowtube
Wiring Diagram
certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features.
Remote
flowtube SA Taping*
AA B B
SB Taping* CC
EX1 EX1
order to prevent damage from condensation and to or less).
Converter
protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box For explosion proof type except TIIS, follow the domestic
Remote
flowtube SA Taping*
AA B B
SB Taping* CC
EX1 EX1
EX2 EX2
* Individually tape and insulate the shields corresponding to SA and SB on the remote flowtube side.
or less) or Class A requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less) • Explosion protected types must be wired in
Converter
• Explosion proof type except TIIS: Domestic electrical requirements as regulateadcincoearcdhacnocuentrwy.ith speci c requirement (and, in
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CAUTION
the in uence of external noise.
of the owmeter.
electrical requirements as regulated in each country.
IMPORTANT
Wiring Wiring
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
• Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw Grounding ring
using the hexagonal wrench attached after
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, • Class D requirements (grounding resistance. 100 Ω or less).
•TIISFlamrefperorotfotyFpeig:uCrlaess4C.1r.e1q6ui.rements(groundingresistance,10Ω
In case grounding rings are used.
In case grounding rings are not used.
(Available only for metal piping)
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Figure 4.2.15 Protective Grounding Terminal Location
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(6) Installing the Cover
Install the cover to the owtube by turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below. Tighten the
cover locking screw counterclockwise using a hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to lock the cover.
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Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
CAUTION
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C (122°F), use external heat-resistant wiring with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C (158°F) or above.
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in order to prevent damage from condensation and to protect the insulation.
• Do not splice the cable between the owtube terminal and the converter if it is too short. Replace the short cable with a cable that is the appropriate length.
• All the cable ends must be provided with round crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
• Always route the power and output signal cables in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes watertight using sealing tape.
• Ground the remote owtube and the converter separately.
• Cover each shield of the signal cable with vinyl tube or vinyl tape to avoid contact between two shields or between a shield and a case.
• When waterproof glands or union equipped waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the glands with an excessive torque.
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with only one, four-core cable.
• Be sure to turn power off before opening the cover. • Before turning the power on, tighten the cover
securely.
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.3.5.
• Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw using the hexagonal wrench attached after installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.3.15.
• Explosion protected types must be wired in accordance with speci c requirement (and, in certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features.
Figure 4.2.16
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Installing the Terminal Box Cover for Remote Flowtube
4.3 Wiring the AXFA14 Remote Converter
This section describes the wiring on the AXFA14 remote converter side only. For information relating to wiring on the owtube side, refer to Section 4.2 of this manual.
WARNING
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures relating to wiring.
CAUTION
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections before applying power to the instrument.
Improper arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction or damage.
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(1) When waterproof property is unnecessary (When there are no particular optional speci cations)
Th4e.w1.ir1ing pWoritrisinsgeaPlerdewcitahuatcioapn(snot water-proof) that
must be removed before wiring. At this time, handle the
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
IMPORTANT
Prepare the signal cable and the excitation cable almost the same length. It is recommended to lay
4.1 Wiring the Integral
them together closely.
Flowmeter
wiring port in accordance with the JIS C 0920 mentioned above. Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port.
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter.
4.3.2 Power Cable/Output Cable
(2)

CAUTION
JIS C 3401 control cable equivalent
When waterproof property is necessary
JIS C 3312 WpowAerRcaNbleINeqGuivalent
(Wiring using waterproof glands)
14 AWG Belden 8720 equivalent
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be Outer Diameter:
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. With no gland option:
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures 6.5 to 12 mm (0.26 to 0.47 in.)
relating to wiring.
With gland options EG, EU:
10.5 or 11.5 mm (0.41 to 0.45 in.) With gland options EP:
IMPORTANT
6 to 12 mm (0.24 to 0.47 in.) Nominal Cross Section:
(158°F) or above.
To prevent water or condensation from entering the
c o n • v e Dr t e o r n h o o t u c s o i n n g n , e w c a t t c e a r p b r l o e o s f o g u l a t d n o d o s r a s r e i n r we c e o t mw me a e t n h d e e r d i n .
Do noot ordver-toigphtrenvethnet dgalamndasgeorfrdoamcaognedtoenthseatcioanbleasnd to
may result. Tightness of the gland can be checked by protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box
con rming that the cable is held rmly in place. of the owmeter.
• All the cable ends must be provided with round
For worckriinmgpo-onnthteremleincatrliscawnidrebteubsescuoretlhyew irexdib. le tubes
(G1/•2), Trehme osvigentahlecawbaletesrpmrouosft gbleanroduatend ianttsaecphatrhaetemsteel
directly to the wiring port.
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
• Always route the power and output signal cables
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables Washer areusedforwiring.Keepconduitsor exibletubes
watertight using sealing tape.
• When waterproof glands or union equipped
CAUTION
Single wire; 0.5 to 2.5 mm2
Stranded wire; 0.5 to 1.5 mm2
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections
In case of power cable, Green/Yellow covered conductor before applying power to the instrument. Improper
shall be used only for connection to PROTECTIVE arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction
CONDUCTOR TERMINALS. Conform to IEC227, or damage.
IEC245 or equivalent national authorization.
NOTE
• For power cables, always use a crimp terminal with an insulation cover.
• Use crimp tools from the manufacturer of the crimp terminal you want to use to connect the crimp terminal and cable.
• Use crimp tools that are appropriate for the diameter of the cable to be connected.
4.3.3 Wiring Ports for AXFA14
This instrument is of watertight construction as stipulated in JIS C 0920. It is shipped with a wiring bracket (waterproof gland or waterproof gland with union) or a plastic gland attached, only in cases where an optional speci cation is selected for the wiring port.
In case of the explosion proof type, refer to Chapter 10.
IMPORTANT
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not waterproof). Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port. If waterproof property is necessary, apply a blanking plug to the unused wiring port.
The blanking plug may not be attached depending on the speci cation. If it is necessary, contact YOKOGAWA.
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In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring
with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C
Wiring Wiring
waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the Gasket
glands with an excessive torque.
Waterproof gland
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes Cable F0433.ai

Explosion protected types must be wired in
with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the
Figure 4.3.1 Waterproof Gland (Optional code EG)
unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with
only one, four-core cable.
• Be sure to turn the power off before opening the
terminal box cover.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal Gasket
box cover securely.
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, G1/2

use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling Washer
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5. Tightening gland
Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw
Cable
using the hexagonal wrench attached after
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When working on conduit pipes or
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw,
flexible pipes (G1/2 only)
refer to Figure 4.1.16.
Figure 4.3.2 Waterproof Gland with Union Joint
Gasket
Plastic gland
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(Optional code EU)
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features.
Figure 4.3.3 Plastic Gland (Optional code EP)
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(3) Conduit Wiring
When wiring the conduits, pass the conduit through the wiring connection port, and utilize the waterproof gland to prevent water from owing in. Place the conduit pipe on an angle as shown in Figure 4.3.4.
Install a drain valve at the low end of the vertical pipe, and open the valve regularly.
<4. Wiring> 42 (2) Terminal Con guration
When the cover is removed, the connection terminals will be visible. The terminal con guration labels are attached in the locations shown in Figure 4.3.6.
Drain valve
Figure 4.3.4 Conduit Wiring
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4.3.4 Wiring Connections for AXFA14 (1) Removing Cover
Loosen cover locking screw 2 clockwise using a hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to unlock the cover. (Upon shipment from the manufacturing plant, the cover is unlocked.) Hold the owmeter with your hand and remove the cover by turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below.
Figure 4.3.6
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Terminal Con guration for AXFA14 Remote Converter
current output N/– 12 CL/+
Cover locking screws
A input I– B DO+
Figure 4.3.5
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Removing the Terminal Box Cover for AXFA14 Remote Converter
Status input
Protective grounding (Outside of the terminal)
The description of the terminal symbols is shown in Table 4.3.1.
For FOUNDATION eldbus protocol, refer to IM 01E20F02- 01E.
For PROFIBUS PA protocol, refer to IM 01E20F12-01E.
Table 4.3.1
Terminal Symbols
EX1 EX2
Terminal Symbols for AXFA14 Remote Converter
(3)
Description Terminal Symbols
Excitation
Description
Functional grounding Power supply
Current output 4 to 20mA DC
Pulse output/
Alarm output/
SA Flow singal I+
SB DO–
Precautions for Wiring of Power Supply Cables
Status output DIO+ Alarm output/ DIO– Status output/
When connecting to the power supply, observe the points below. Failure to comply with these warnings may result in an electric shock or damage to the instrument.
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4. Wiring
2)
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WARNING
IMPORTANT
Wiring Precautions
• Ensure that the power supply is OFF in order to
4.1 Wiring the Integral
4.1.1
prevent electric shocks.
• Ensure the protective grounding terminal is
When using a 24 V power supply, the speci cation
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
• •
Use insulating sleeve crimp terminals (for 4-mm screws) for the power supply wiring and protective grounding wiring.
cable resistance therefore it must be used within the
Flowmeter
for the supply voltage is 24 V (–15% to +20%),
but the input voltage of the converter drops due to
grounded before turning the power on.
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter.
WARNING
following ranges.
CAUTION
Install an external switch or circuit breaker as a
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C ( s ring
12
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means to turn the power off (capacitance; 15A,
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
conformingtoIEC60947-1andIEC60947-3). 796w(2i6th10a) m 0°C
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. Locate this switch either near the instrument or
(158°F e 600 (1970)
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures in other places facilitating easy operation. Af x a
• Do not c 446 (1460)
her in n and to al box
relating to wiring.
“Power Off Equipment” label to this external switch
order t n
or circuit breaker.
protec a d 200 ( 660)
ofthe w 0
m
Wiring Procedure for AXFA14
• All the ca2b0le.4en2d2s mus2t4be pro2v6ided wi2th8.r8ound
CAUTION
1. Turn the instrument’s power off.
2. OWnirceethaell wpoirwinegrisucpopmlypcleatbel,ecahnedckththeefucnocntnioencatilons
bgerofournedainpgpclyainbgleptowtheer tpootwherinssutprupmlyetenrtm. Iminaplrso.per
Functional grounding cable
arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction
Usable range E (V) crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
Cable cross section area: 1.25 mm2
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel
Cable cross section area: 2 mm2
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit
Figure 4.3.8 Supply Voltage and Cable Length for AXFA14
tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
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or damage.
3)
• Always route the power and output signal cables in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the
Remote Converter
Setting Power Supply Frequency
Power supply cable
power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes wIaMterPtigOht uRsinTgAseNaliTng tape.
• When waterproof glands or union equipped
Figure 4.3.7
(4) DC Power Connection
When using DC power as the power supply for the converter, give attention to the following points.
1) Connecting Power Supply
IMPORTANT
Do not connect power supply with reversed polarities. L/+terminal:connect+
N/– terminal: connect –
IMPORTANT
Do not connect power supply with 100 to 240 V ACor100to120VDCinthecaseofa24Vpower supply version (power supply code 2).
It will give a damage to the converter.
Electric Cable Wiring for AXFA14 Remote Converter
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Set thwe alotecarpl rcoomf gmlaenrcdisalapreowuesredfr,eaqvuoeindctyigihnteonrdinegr tohe
eliminate the effect of induction noise from the power glands with an excessive torque.
supply.
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes
Referwtoith“ParbalamnektienrgDpelusgc.riUptsioent”hins pthluegutsoecr’osvmeratnhueal
of theuAnXuFsAe1d4wGir/iCngMpaogrnt wethiceFnlowwirmingettehreRinesmtroutme ent with Conveorntelyr o[Hnaer,dfowuarr-ecoErdeitcioanb/leS.oftware Edition] (IM
01E• 20BCe0s2u-r0e1Eto).turn the power off before opening the P a r a m t e e r t me r i n N a o l . b : o J x 3 0 c o a v n e d r . J 3 1
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal box cover securely.
(5) Grounding
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover,
CAUTION
use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
• Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw Be sure to connect the protective grounding of the
using the hexagonal wrench attached after2 AXFA14RemoteConverterwithacableof2mm or
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw, larger cross section in order to avoid electrical shock
refer to Figure 4.1.16.
to the operators and maintenance engineers and to
• Explosion protected types must be wired in prevent the in uence of external noise.
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in Connect the grounding wire to the mark.
certain countries, legal regulations) in order to The grounding should satisfy Class D requirements
preserve the effectiveness of their explosion (grounding resistance, 100 Ω or less).
protected features.
In case of TIIS Flameproof type, the grounding should
satisfy Class C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less) or class A requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less).
For explosion proof type except TIIS, follow the domestic electrical requirements as regulated in each country.
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Allowable cable length m(ft)
Wiring Wiring


IMPORTANT
When optional code A (lightning protector) is selected, the ground should satisfy Class C requirements (grounding resistance, 10 Ω or less).
• The protective grounding terminals are located on the inside and outside of the terminal area.
Either terminal may be used.
• Use 600 V vinyl insulation wires as the grounding wires.
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 Pulse Output IMPORTANT
• As this is a transistor contact (insulated type), give attention to proper voltage and polarity when wiring.
• Do not apply a voltage larger than 30V DC or a current larger than 0.2A in order to prevent damage to the instrument.
• When input lter constant of the electronic counter is large in relation to the pulse width, the signal will decrease and the count will not be accurate.
• If the input impedance of the electronic counter is large, an induction noise from the power supply may result in inaccurate counts. Use a shield cable or suf ciently reduce the input impedance of the electronic counter within the magnetic owmeter pulse output speci cation range.
• The active pulse output (Optional code EM) cannot be used in conjunction with the standard pulse output.
• When the active pulse output (Optional code EM) is selected, do not be short-circuit between the DO+ and DO– terminals to avoid damaging the instrument.
• When the active pulse output (Optional code EM) is selected, the range of pulse rate must be set to 2 pps maximum.
• To avoid communication (BRAIN/ HART) failure, it is recommended to use the shield cable.
NOTE
For pulse output from the DO terminals, parameters must be set. Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXFA14G/C Magnetic Flowmeter Remote Converter [Hardware Edition/ Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02-01E).
Figure 4.3.9
(6) Connecting to External Instruments
Protective Grounding Terminal Location for AXFA14 Remote Converter
WARNING
Before wiring with external instruments, be sure to turn off the power supply for AXFA14 Remote Converter and any external instruments.
Connect the AXFA14 Remote Converter terminal to external instruments, giving attention to the following points.
For FOUNDATION eldbus protocol, refer to IM 01E20F02- 01E.
For PROFIBUS PA protocol, refer to IM 01E20F12-01E.
 4 to 20 mA DC Current Output
Figure 4.3.10 4 to 20 mA DC Output Connection
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AXFA14
AXFA14
Protective diode
DO+ PULSE OUT DO-
Mechanical Counter
DO+
PULSE OUT DO- Load
Electronic Counter
30V DC, 0.2A. max
AXFA14
l+
Resistive load max. 750 Ω
l-
Receiver Instrument
Communication
Resistive load
BRAIN
250 to 450 Ω
HART
250 to 600 Ω
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Figure 4.3.11
Pulse Output Connection
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*The alarm output operates from open (normal) to closed (alarm occurrence) by factory default setting. Changes can be made via the parameter settings.
4.1.1 Wiring Precautions Protective diode AXFA14 DO+ (or DIO+)
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring: Load
CAUTION
DO+ (or DIO+)
AXFA14 DO+
Protective diode Mechanical Counter
AXFA14
Flowmeter
PULSE OUT DO-
4.1 Wiring the Integral
relating to wiring.
order to prevent damage from condensation and to
or damage. Closed: Less than 200 Ω
44
Open:
More than 100 kΩ DIO+
DIO-
No-voltage status input
AXFA14
are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes watertight using sealing tape.
Figure 4.3.13
Status Input Connection
NOTE
DO+
(Optional code EM)
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in F0446.ai
 Status Input IMPORTANT
protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box
CAUTION
of the owmeter.
• AlNl thOe cTabEle ends must be provided with round
crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
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Status inputs are designed for use with no-voltage
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections (dry) contacts. Be careful not to connect the status to
before applying power to the instrument. Improper any signal source carrying voltage.
Load Electronic Counter
DO- (or DIO-)
ThisPsUeLcStiEonOUdTescribes the wiring of the integral owmeter. DO-
Output voltage: 24 V DC ±20% Current: 150 mA or less
AXFA14
WARNING
Relay
Pulse rate: 0.0001 to 2 pps
Pulse width: 20, 33, 50, 100 ms
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be F0444.ai
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds Electromagnetic
performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C External power supply AC power supply
Figure 4.3.12 Active Pulse Output Connection
(158°F) or abov30eV. DC, 0.2A. max
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures
arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction Applying voltage may damage the input circuit.
For status input to the DIO terminals, parameters must be set. Refer to “Parameter Description” in the user’s manual of the AXFA14G/C Magnetic Flowmeter Remote Converter [Hardware Edition/ Software Edition] (IM 01E20C02-01E).
 Status Output / Alarm Output IMPORTANT
Since this is an isolated transistor output, be careful of voltage and polarity when wiring.
Do not apply a voltage larger than 30V DC or a current larger than 0.2A in order to prevent damage to the instrument.
This output cannot switch an AC load. To switch an AC load, an intermediate relay must be inserted as shown in Figure 4.3.14.
Figure 4r.e3f.e1r5toIFnsigtaulrlein4g.t1h.e16T.erminal Box Cover for AXFA14 Remote Converter
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waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the Install the cover to the AXFA14 Remote Converter by
glands with an excessive torque.
turning it in the direction of the arrow as shown below.
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes Tighten cover locking screw 2 counterclockwise using a
with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the hexagonal wrench (nominal size 3) to lock the cover.
unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with
only one, four-core cable.
• Be sure to turn the power off before opening the
terminal box cover.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal
box cover securely. 12
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover,
Cover locuksineg the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling screws the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
• Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw using the hexagonal wrench attached after installing the cover. For handling the lockingF0s44c7r.aei w,
valve 50°C (122°FD)O, -u(soer DeIOx-t)ernal heatresistant wiring
Figure 4.3.14 Status Output Connection
(7)

Installing the Cover
When waterproof glands or union equipped
• Explosion protected types must be wired in accordance with speci c requirement (and, in certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features.
This connection is not possible.
Wiring Wiring
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4.4 Wiring the AXFA11 Remote Converter
This section describes the wiring of the AXFA11 Remote Converter side only. For information relating to wiring on the owtube side, refer to Section 4.2 of this manual.
WARNING
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel. No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures relating to wiring.
CAUTION
Once all wiring is complete, check the connections before applying power to the instrument.
Improper arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction or damage.
4.4.1 Wiring Precaution for AXFA11
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring:
<4. Wiring> 46
CAUTION
• In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds 50°C (122°F), use external heat-resistant wiring with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C (158°F) or above.
• Do not connect cables outdoors in wet weather in order to prevent damage from condensation and to protect the insulation.
• Do not splice the cable between the owtube terminal and the converter if it is too short. Replace the short cable with a cable that is the appropriate length.
• All the cable ends must be provided with round crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit tubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
• Always route the power and output signal cables in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables are used for wiring. Keep conduits or exible tubes watertight using sealing tape.
• Ground the remote owtube and the converter separately.
• Cover each shield of the signal cable with vinyl tube or vinyl tape to avoid contact between two shields or between a shield and a case.
• When waterproof glands or union equipped waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the glands with an excessive torque.
• Be sure to turn power off before opening the cover.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the cover
securely.
IMPORTANT
Prepare the signal cable and the excitation cable almost the same length. It is recommended to lay them together closely.
4.4.2 Power Cable/Output Cable
JIS C 3401 control cable equivalent JIS C 3312 power cable equivalent 14 AWG Belden 8720 equivalent Outer Diameter:
With no gland option:
6.5 to 12 mm (0.26 to 0.47 in.)
With gland options EG, EU and EW: 10.5 or 11.5 mm (0.41 to 0.45 in.)
With gland options EP:
6 to 12 mm (0.24 to 0.47 in.)
Nominal Cross Section:
Single wire; 0.5 to 2.5 mm2 Stranded wire; 0.5 to 1.5 mm2
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In 4cas.e of power Wcable,iGreien/Yegllow covered conductor
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For working on the electric wire tubes or the exible tubes (G1/2), remove the waterproof gland and attach them directly to the wiring port.
4.1.1 Wiring Precautions
Be sure to observe the following precautions when wiring: Washer
CAUTION
sh
e used only
CONDUCTOR TERMINALS. Conform to IEC227, IEC245 or equivalent national authorization.
all b
for c
ec
4.1 Wiring the Integral Flowmeter
NOTE
on
n
(waterproof gland or waterproof gland with union) or a
plastic gland attached, only in cases where an optional Once all wiring is complete, check the connections
speci cation is selected for the wiring port.
before applying power to the instrument. Improper
tion
to PROTECTIVE
This section describes the wiring of the integral owmeter.
• •

4.4.3 Wiring Ports for AXFA11
This instrument is of watertight construction as stipulated in JIS C 0920. It is shipped with a wiring bracket
For power cables, always use a crimp terminal
with an insulation cover.
WARNING
Use crimp tools from the manufacturer of the crimp

Cab(l1e 58°F) or above. F0448.ai
terminal you want to use to connect the crimp
In cases where the ambient temperature exceeds
terminal and cable.
The wiring of the magnetic owmeter must be
Use crimp tools that are appropriate for the performed by expert engineer or skilled personnel.
diameter of the cable to be connected.
No operator shall be permitted to perform procedures
relating to wiring.
50°C (122°F), use external heatresistant wiring Gasket
CAUTION
Figur•e 4D.4o.1noWt caotnernpercotocfaGblalensdo(OutpdtoionrsalincowdetEwGe)ather in order to prevent damage from condensation and to protect the insulation, e.g. inside the terminal box of the owmeter.
• All the cable ends must be provided with round crimp-on terminals and be securely wired.
• The signal cables must be routed in separate steel Washer
conduit tubes 16 (JIS C 8305) or exible conduit G1/t2ubes 15 (JIS C 8309).
• Always route the power and output signal cables
arrangements or wiring may cause a unit malfunction or damage.
in separate steel conduit tubes, except when the
IMPORTANT
Gasket 44 power supply voltage is 24 V and four-core cables
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not waterproof). Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port. If waterproof property is necessary, apply a blanking plug to the unused wiring port.
The blanking plug may not be attached depending on the speci cation. If it is necessary, contact YOKOGAWA.
(1) When waterproof property is unnecessary (When there are no particular optional speci cations)
The wiring port is sealed with a cap (not water-proof) that must be removed before wiring. At this time, handle the wiring port in accordance with the JIS C 0920 mentioned above. Do not remove the cap from the unused wiring port.
(2) When waterproof property is necessary (Wiring using waterproof glands)
IMPORTANT
To prevent water or condensation from entering the converter housing, waterproof glands are recommended. Do not over-tighten the glands or damage to the cables may result. Tightness of the gland can be checked by con rming that the cable is held rmly in place.
are used for wirTiniggh.teKnienegpglacnodnduits or exible tubes
with a maximum allowable temperature of 70°C Waterproof gland
Wiring Wiring
Cable
watertight using sealing tape.
When working on conduit pipes or flexible pipes (G1/2 only)
• When waterproof glands or union equipped F0449.ai
waterproof glands are used, avoid tightening the
Figure 4.4.2 Waterproof Gland with Union Joint glands(OwpithioannalecxocdesEsUiv)e torque.
• When the power supply voltage is 24V, it comes with a blanking plug. Use this plug to cover the unused wiring port when wiring the instrument with only one, four-core cable.
• Be sure to turn the power off before opening the terminal box cover.
• Before turning the power on, tighten the terminal box cover securely.
• The terminal box cover is locked by the special
screw. In case of opening the terminal box cover, Plastic gland F0450.ai
use the hexagonal wrench attached. For handling
Figure 4.4.3 Plastic Gland (Optional code EP)
the locking screw, refer to Figure 4.1.5.
• Be sure to lock the cover by the special screw
using the hexagonal wrench attached after
installing the cover. For handling the locking screw,
refer to Figure 4.1.16.
G1/2
• Explosion protected types must be wired in
G3/4
accordance with speci c requirement (and, in
certain countries, legal regulations) in order to preserve the effectiveness of their explosion protected features. Gasket
Washer Extension plug (x2)
Cable
When working on electric wire tube or flexible tube (G3/4) * When connecting G1/2, remove the conversion plug and
connect directly to wiring port.
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Conversion plug (x5)*
Figure 4.4.4 G3/4 Waterproof Gland (Optional code EW)
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(3) Conduit Wiring
When wiring the conduits, pass the conduit through the wiring connection port, and utilize the waterproof gland to prevent water from owing in. Place the conduit pipe on an angle as shown in Figure 4.4.5.
Install a drain valve at the low end of the vertical pipe, and open the valve regularly.
Figure 4.4.5
Drain valve
Conduit Wiring
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N/– L/+ POWER SUPPLY
EX2 P+
P–
SI1+ SI2+ COM STATUS IN
4.4.4 Wiring Connections (1) Removing Cover
While supporting the front of the cover with your hand, ip the connecting screw protective cover over, and remove the four connecting screws.
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Figure 4.4.8
Terminal Con guration Labels position for AXFA11 Remote Converter
Figure 4.4.6
(2) Terminal Con guration
SIGNAL
ALARM OUT
STATUS OUT
CURRENT OUT
STATUS IN
PULSE OUT EXCITATION POWER SUPPLY
C
SA
A Flow signal input B
SB
AL+ Alarm output AL-
SO1+
SO2+ Status output (Two output) COM
I+ Current output 4 to 20mA DC I-
Sl1+
Sl2+ Status input (Two input) COM
P+ Pulse output P-
EX1 Excitation current output EX2
L /+ Power supply N/-
Functional grounding
Protective grounding (Outside of the terminal)
I+
Figure 4.4.7
I– SO1+ SO2+ COM N/– L/+ EX1
AL+ AL– EX2 P+
C SA P– SI1+
A B SI2+ COM
SB F0454.ai
IMPORTANT
Do not wire the terminal without terminal symbols in terminal layout labels.
Removing the Front Cover for AXFA11 Remote Converter
When the cover is removed, the connection terminals will be visible as shown in Figure 4.4.7. The terminal con guration labels are attached in the position shown in Figure 4.4.8. The description of the terminal symbols is shown in Table 4.4.1.
Terminal Con guration for AXFA11 Remote Converter
Table 4.4.1
Terminal Symbols
I+ I– CURRENT OUT
C
SA A SIGNAL
B SB
SO1+ SO2+ COM STATUS OUT
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AL+ AL– ALARM OUT
EX1
EXCITATION PULSE OUT
Terminal Symbols for AXFA11 Remote Converter
Description
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