Kayden CLASSIC® 800 Series Spare Electronics Module, L10-800-C-E

Part Number: L10-800-C-E Brand: Kayden Instruments
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  • The CLASSIC 800 Series Electronics Module is for use in the following Models: 810, 812, 814, 816, 828, 830 & 832
  • Input Power
    • 12-24 Vdc
    • 115-230 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz
  • Outputs
    • Dual SPDT Relay Contacts Rated @ 5 Amps Resistive 230 Vac or 24 Vdc Maximum
    • Modbus via RS-485
  • Advanced Diagnostics
    • Any open or shorted connection will result in a FAULT indication that also deactivates all relays and disables the heater circuitry
    • An internal watchdog circuit ensures that the microprocessor code is performing as expected, and a secondary external watchdog circuit ensures that the microprocessor itself is functioning. In the event of a malfunction both circuits force the contacts open, illuminate the Fault LED and force the heater off. This prevents the possibility of a “runaway” heater or a high thermal offset.
  • Intelligent User Controls
  • The Kayden CLASSIC 800 series Display Panel features bright LED indicators for easy viewing even in direct sunlight.
  • An adjustable power-on Start-up Bypass Timer is accessible from the Display Panel for low flow alarm pump protection applications. This makes it possible to disable a pump on low flow and have it automatically restart after a predetermined time in the event of a power interruption.
  • Four adjustable delay timers allow the introduction of repeatable time delay into the (set point) relay trip function. For example, in a pump protection application this function will shut down the pump after the switch sensor has gone “dry” for the pre-set time (delay) limit.
  • The Kayden RCM Software includes the option of locking the CLASSIC 800 Series Display Panel to eliminate field adjustments or tampering.
  • Modbus allows multiple Kayden units to be connected to the same communications bus (via RS485) and monitored simultaneously.
Standard Features
  • Microprocessor Based Electronics
  • Intelligent User Interface
  • Continuous Self-Test Diagnostics of Electronics & Sensor
  • Temperature Compensation
  • Variable Heater Power
  • Dual Independent Relays
  • Relays are Factory Set to Monitor Flow
  • Adjustable Power-on Start-up Bypass Timer
  • Adjustable Set Point Deadbands
  • 4 Adjustable Independent Switch Point Timers
  • Display Panel Lock-Out (controlled via the Kayden RCM Software)
  • No Mechanical Jumpers or Trim-pots
  • Process Temperature via Modbus and/or One or Both Alarm Relays

Specifications

Communication

  • RS-485 Using Kayden's Remote Control & Monitoring Software (RCMS) or other Modbus Compatible Software

Configuration

  • Modbus RS-485

Electronics - Standard Features

  • *Configurable only from the Kayden RCM Software
  • 100 % Digital Design. Electronics are Environmentally Sealed
  • 4-Adjustable Independent Switch Point Timers
  • Automated Redundant Self-Test Diagnostics
  • Display Panel Lock-Out*
  • Easy Setup: No Mechanical Jumpers or Trim Pots
  • Incrementally Adjustable Heater Power (5 % Steps) with Automatic Over-Range Protection
  • Intelligent User Interface with Push-Button & Constant Display of Operation (Flow/Level)
  • Start-Up Bypass Timer
  • Temperature Compensation
  • Temperature Mode*: Process Temperature may be Displayed/Graphed in Flow/Level Mode

Input Power

  • 12-24 Vdc, 120-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz

Operating Temperature - Electronics

  • -55° to 65° C (-67° to 149° F)

Output

  • 4-20 mA

Flow
  • Ammonia Storage
  • Biogas Flow
  • Catalysis Vessels
  • Chemical Injection & Additive Flow Monitoring
  • Chemical Reactors
  • Chlor-alkali Processes
  • Compressors
  • Condensers
  • Deionization Tanks
  • Digester Gas Flow
  • Distillation Columns
  • Drain Line Flow
  • Emergency Eye Wash & Shower Stations
  • Fermentation Vessels
  • Flare Gas Monitoring
  • Flare Knock-out Drums
  • Flow Monitoring & Verification
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) - Power & Utilities
  • High Pressure Flows
  • Leak Detection
  • Lube Oil Systems
  • Monitoring Purge Air Flow
  • Natural Gas to Boilers
  • Pumps
  • Reboilers
  • Refinery Flow Applications
  • Relief Valve & Rupture Disk Flow Monitoring
  • Remote Indication of Flow via Analog Output & Digital Communications
  • Pump Protection - Dry Alarm
  • Tank Blanketing
  • Tank Overflow Protection
  • Tanker Loading & Unloading
  • Water & Wastewater
  • Vaporizers
  • Vent Monitoring

Level
  • Biogas Dehydration
  • Blending Operations
  • Carbon Slurry Level
  • Compressor Scrubber
  • Compressor Waste Liquid
  • Condensate Receiver Tanks
  • Cooling Tower Basins
  • Crude Desalting
  • Crude Dehydration
  • Deionization Tanks
  • Digester Blow Tanks
  • Free Water Knock-out Tanks - High, Low and Interface Level
  • Geothermal - Degasser Tanks
  • Geothermal - Steam & Brine Separators
  • Leak Detection (Accumulation Reservoir)
  • Lime Slurry Level
  • Mixing & Blending Systems
  • Oil Separators & Treaters - High, Low & Interface Level
  • Production Fluid Storage
  • Pulp Bleaching Towers
  • Pulp Digesters
  • Pulp Storage
  • Pulp Washing Systems
  • Sampler Systems
  • Sand Separators
  • Scrubber Vessels
  • Storage Tanks
  • Sumps - All Types of fluids: Water, Oil, etc.
  • Surge Tanks
  • Tank Overflow
  • Turpentine Recovery
  • Vapor & Liquid Separation
  • Vapor Recovery

Interface
  • Crude Desalting
  • Interface Control in Separation Vessels
  • Interface Detection
  • Interface Control & Level Detection in Settling Vessels
  • Liquid-Liquid Extraction - LLX

Media
  • Liquids, Air & Gases
  • Slurries
  • Corrosive Liquids

Areas
  • Flameproof, Hazardous & General-Purpose Areas

IDEAL PROCESS CONDITIONS FOR FLOW

Liquids
  • Consistent Process Composition & Temperature
  • Sufficient Straight Run Flow Profile (minimizes turbulence)
  • Recommended Minimum of 5 Pipe Diameters from any Disturbance

Air & Gas
  • Consistent Process Composition & Temperature
  • Sufficient Straight Run Flow Profile (minimizes turbulence)
  • Clean and Dry

Slurries
  • Consistent Process Composition & Temperature
  • Sufficient Straight Run Flow Profile (minimizes turbulence)

Emulsion
  • Consistent Process Composition & Temperature
  • Sufficient Straight Run Flow Profile (minimizes turbulence)

UNDESIRABLE PROCESS CONDITIONS FOR FLOW
   
Liquids
  • Inconsistent Process Composition or Temperature
  • Insufficient Straight Run
  • Aerated Fluids
  • Turbulence

Air & Gas
  • Inconsistent Process Composition or Temperature
  • Wet or Saturated Air & Gas

Slurries
  • Inconsistent Process Composition or Temperature
  • Insufficient Straight Run
  • Aerated Fluids
  • Turbulence

Emulsion
  • Inconsistent Process Composition & Temperature
  • Insufficient Straight Run
  • Aerated Fluids
  • Turbulence

Solids
  • Dry granulated processes are NOT good candidates for thermal switches

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