2200 SerIeS Quantum IEC Ex CErtIfIEd InstallatIon and

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2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. Twist cover 45, 2 Mounting instructions Warning then lift straight up. Before stroking the actuator please ensure, 2 1 Attach the mounting bracket and adaptor that the process is safe to do so and that all. if required to the Quantum housing and hands are kept away from the moving shaft. shaft with the fasteners provided with the, mounting kit 2 6 Stroke the actuator to the opposite end of. travel Set the top cam by pushing down, 2 2 To ensure that the 2200 series Quantum and turning the cam until the switch is.
is mounted correctly it may necessary activated,to stroke the actuator to the fully closed. position Warning,Before stroking the actuator please ensure. Warning that the process is safe to do so and that all. Before stroking the actuator to the fully hands are kept away from the moving shaft. closed position please ensure that the, process is safe to do so 2 7 Stroke the actuator from one end of stroke. to the other several times to check the, 2 3 With the actuator in the correct position switch operation If the switches require. attach the 2200 series Quantum bracket adjustment repeat steps 2 5 to 2 7. to the actuator using the hardware,provided in the mounting kit Top cam.
Push down turn and,2 4 To release the cover loosen the cover. retaining screws Twist the cover approx,45 and lift up See Figure 1. 2 5 To set the switches lift the bottom cam,and turn until the switch has activated and. then release The spring will push the cam,back onto the splined shaft See Figure 2. Bottom cam,Lift up turn and, Copyright Westlock All rights reserved VCIOM 04122 Page 2 of 8.
2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. 3 Field wiring and installation,The 2200 series should always be handled. with care when the cover is removed and,wired to electrical power source. Before electrical installation please read,and follow the wiring diagram located. inside the cover The electrical ratings can Conduit B. be found on the product I D label double coil optional. 3 1 Field wiring must be carried out in, accordance with site local and national Conduit C Conduit D Conduit A.
electrical codes requirements This single coil,includes special attention to earth bonding. to the metal enclosure using the internal,and external earth points provided. 3 2 Installation of this product shall be carried,out by competent personnel in accordance. with the applicable code of practice such,as EN 60079 14. 3 3 The 2200 control monitor housing can,offer up to three of the following conduit.
M20 x 1 5p M25 x 1 5p 14 NPT or,14 NPT These entries are detailed on. the product I D label found on the product,cover Please see Figure 3 for conduit. 3 4 The certification applies to equipment,without cable glands When mounting the. flameproof enclosure in the hazardous,area only suitably rated IP66 67 IEC Ex. certified flameproof glands must be used,3 5 All unused cable entries must be plugged.
with a suitably rated IP66 67 IEC Ex,certified blanking devices. Copyright Westlock All rights reserved VCIOM 04122 Page 3 of 8. 2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. 3 6 The first two digits of the Westlock nomenclature signifies the series with the third digit. defining whether the product has a visual beacon or not. The table below details the applicable ambient ranges. Series code Cover type T class Ambient range,224 Beacon T6 80 C 30 C to 60 C. 224 Beacon T5 95 C 30 C to 75 C,224 Beacon T4 130 C 30 C to 85 C. 226 Flat T6 80 C 20 C to 60 C,226 Flat T5 95 C 20 C to 75 C.
226 Flat T4 130 C 20 C to 85 C, Note the minimum certified ambient temperature for the stainless steel enclosure with the. alternative R2 design bearing is 60 C regardless of the cover variant. 3 7 The forth digit designates the switch sensor type The following table details the most. common switch sensor types together with their electrical ratings. Series code Switch designation Electrical rating, 22 3 GO switch 4 A 120 VAC 3 A 24 VDC 0 5 A 125 VDC. 22 5 Mechanical SPDT 15 A 125 or 250 VAC 0 5 A 125V DC 0 25 A 250 VDC. 22 6 Mechanical DPDT 10 A 125 or 250 VAC 10 A 28 VDC 0 2 A 125 VDC. 22 7 Inductive proximity sensors, 22 9 Magnum ratings 3 A 120 VAC 1 5 A 240 VAC or 2 A 24 VDC. Note the series code signifies the maximum electrical rating of the product suitable overloading. protection must be provided to prevent these values being exceeded. 3 8 The fifth digit indicates the material of the enclosure either A aluminium or. S stainless steel, 3 9 The 2200 series valve position monitor has the option for position feedback by the means of. a resistive signal RS or current signal CS, The RS transmitter electrical ratings are 1 K Ohms standard or 5 K Ohms optional See.
I O M TECH 084, The CS transmitter electrical ratings are current loop 4 20 mA at 18 to 24 V DC. See I O M TECHUK 301, 3 10 The 2200 series valve control monitor has the ability to connect to bus networks via Netpak. modules With the Netpak options it may be possible to assemble other switches within the. enclosure depending on enclosure cover variation,3 10 1 Netpak electrical parameters. Netpak option Electrical parameters I O M, AS I Actuator Sensor Interface 24 V DC 140 mA MAX TECH 316. Device Net 24 V DC 105 mA MAX TECH 309,Modbus 24 V DC 85 mA MAX TECH 214.
Profibus DP 24 V DC 120 mA MAX TECH 326,Foundation Fieldbus 9 32 V DC 34 mA MAX TECH 485. 3 11 Digit 10 of the Westlock nomenclature signifies the coil voltage with the following voltage. and type available 24 48 110 and 240 VAC or VDC, 3 12 Before replacing the enclosure cover ensure that both of the housing and cover flange. surfaces are clean and undamaged Tighten the cover screws hand tight using a standard. 6 mm A F Allen key ensuring there are no gaps, Copyright Westlock All rights reserved VCIOM 04122 Page 4 of 8. 2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. 4 Product repair and service 5 1 2 Optional features Falcon II. 4 1 Inspection of this product shall be carried 5 1 2 1 No voltage release latching. out by suitably trained personnel in With the coil first energized the palm. accordance with the applicable code of button is then manually moved and. practice such as EN 60079 17 latched The inward movement of the. palm button causes the valve to shift, 4 2 In the event of any repairs that may be When the coil is de energized the.
required such tasks must be carried out palm button and latching mechanism. by suitably trained competent personnel are automatically tripped allowing the. in accordance with the applicable code of valve to return to its original position. practice such as EN 60079 19 See Figure 4A, 4 3 The certification of this product has 5 1 2 2 Manual locking override. been approved based on the material of Manually depress palm button and rotate. construction as per the drawings listed clockwise for maintained condition must. in the schedule within this certificate manually disengage to return to original. Any replacement parts that are not made position See Figure 4B. in accordance to the listed drawing will, invalidate the approval certification 5 1 2 3 Momentary override. Spring return momentary push type, 4 4 Replacement parts must be purchased must hold in to actuate See Figure 4C. through Westlock Controls or via an, approved Westlock Controls distributor 5 1 2 4 Hex drive maintained override. Insert Allen key in hex head screw and, 5 Operating and maintenance rotate clockwise 4 5 turns to shift spool.
instructions for Falcon and Falcon II Valve will stay put until hex head screw is. solenoid valve rotated counter clockwise 4 5 turns back. to original position See Figure 4D,5 1 General description. 5 1 1 The Falcon II solenoid valve incorporates,elastomer static seals through which a. shaped spool moves and are manufactured,for 3 or 5 way operation 3 way is normally. used for pilot control of the other relay valves,or for the operation of single acting cylinders. 5 way is normally used to control the action,of double acting cylinders The seal spacer.
assembly forms individual annular chambers,opposite each valve port and the grooved. spool either closes or allows flow between,adjacent chambers hence the position of the. spool determines which ports are open or,The spool is moved by way of a manually. or mechanically operated mechanism,normally against a return spring. Operation may be by application or,removal of a pilot air supply acting as a.
pilot piston This form of control is utilized,for electrical actuation where integral. solenoid valves control the pilot air supply, Copyright Westlock All rights reserved VCIOM 04122 Page 5 of 8. 2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. 5 1 2 5 D C Dual coil option 5 1 5 Air line Installation considerations. 5 way valves are available with a coil pilot Air mains and lines should be large. valve on each end of the Falcon II valve enough to avoid excessive pressure. coil A and coil B loss under conditions of maximum flow. When coil A is energized the valve will Air lines should be installed with as. shift If coil A is then de energized the few restrictions as possible if the cost. valve will remain in this position of compressed air is to be kept to a. The valve will not return to the original minimum Sharp turns in piping should. state until coil A is de energized and be avoided for more efficient air flow and. coil B is energized economical air power It is advisable to. The process is the same for coil B pitch the mains in the direction of air flow. so that both gravity and air flow will carry, Note for dual coil valves the water to traps or water legs located at. The valve may be in either position upon frequent intervals. installation Refer to the air flow diagrams To help in preventing condensed moisture. and energize the appropriate coil with air from reaching the point of usage down. to reset valve to the desired position pipes should never be taken directly. Dual coil valves require both an electrical from the bottom of air pipes or mains. signal and air pressure to operate Connection should be made at the top of. See air flow diagram for air pressure the main and a long radius return bend. requirements used,If either or both inputs are lost the valve.
will remain in it s current position 5 1 6 Air flow. Both coils should never be energized Pipe sizes are normally determined on. simultaneously semi empirical lines basis for selection. being an acceptable pressure drop e g not, 5 1 3 Specifications more than 10 of the applied pressure In. Operating pressure 45 140 psig sizing pipes consideration should be given. 3 0 10 bar to likely future demands as a system, Operating media Non lubricated filtered will be inefficient if the demand outgrows. air to 20 microns the supply It is always better to over size. mains as this will reduce air velocity and, 5 1 4 Field wiring make water separation more effective. Complete the electrical wiring in,accordance with national and local electrical. requirements,The ground wire should be secure under.
the earthing screw Check all screws for, Figure 5 Air line designation NPT or BSP air ports for inlet outlet and exhaust. 3 2 Way Spring return valve 5 2 Way Spring return valve 5 2 way Dual coil valve. Description of operation Description of operation Description of operation. Solenoid de energized air flows from Outlet Solenoid de energized air flows from Inlet Coil B de energized air flows from Inlet Port. Port 2 to Exhaust Port 3 Port 1 to Outlet Port 2 and exhausts from Port 1 to Outlet Port 2 and exhausts from Port 4 to. 4 to Port 5 Port 5,Solenoid energized air flows from Inlet Port 1. to Outlet Port 2 Solenoid energized air flows from Inlet Port Coil A energized air flows from Inlet Port 1 to. 1 to Outlet Port 4 and exhausts from Port 2 to Outlet Port 4 and exhausts from Port 2 to Port 3. Copyright Westlock All rights reserved VCIOM 04122 Page 6 of 8. 2200 Series Quantum IEC Ex certified,Installation and Operating Instructions. 5 1 7 Air service equipment The assembly procedure given below. The importance of proper filtration is for reference only the fitting should. 20 micron and lubrication of the air not be over tightened for this will lead to. supply to pneumatic equipment can distortion and most likely complete valve. never be over emphasized as a means failure, of decreasing friction and preventing 1 I nspect port and connectors to ensure. corrosion and wear due to moisture and that the threads on both are free of dirt. abrasive solids being present in the air burrs and excessive nicks. supply 2 Apply sealant lubricant or PTFE tape to, At higher pressures than recommended the male pipe threads With any sealant.
pneumatic equipment can wear tape the first one or two threads should. excessively with no significant increase be left uncovered to avoid system. in output and compressed air is contamination, consequently wasted 3 S crew the connector into the port to the. There is much to be gained therefore finger tight position. from providing pneumatic equipment with 4 W rench tighten the connector. serviced air by including suitable air line approximately 1 2 turns to seal. Installation of any cable entry devices conduit entry devices or blanking devices shall not compromise the degree of ingress protection level IP6x for use in the presence of combustible dusts the unit has an ingress protection of IP66 67 and therefore any conduit device fitted must maintain this IEC Ex ItS 08 0029x Ex d IIB H2 t Gb tamb C to C Ex tb IIIC t C db tamb C to

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