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    ST 3000 Smart Transmitter Release 300 and SFC Smart Field Communicator Model STS 103 Installation Gu[...]

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    Copyright, Notices, and Trademarks Printed in U.S.A. – © Copyright 2005 by Honeywell Inc. Februar[...]

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    About This Publication This manual is intended as a handy guide for installing ST 3000 ® Release 30[...]

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    References Publication Title Publication Number Binder Title Binder Number ST 3000 Smart Transmitter[...]

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    Table of Contents REFERENCES .......................................................................[...]

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    Figures and Tables Figure 1 Typical Power Supply and SC T/SFC Connections to ST 3000. ..............[...]

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    Acronyms AP ........................................................................................[...]

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    Technical Assistance If you encounter a problem with your ST 3000 Smart Transm itter, check to see h[...]

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     IMPORTANT  Before You Begin, Please Note Transmitter Terminal Blocks Depending on your transm[...]

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    x ST 3000 Release 300 Installation Guide 2/05[...]

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    Section 1 —Getting Started 1.1 CE Conformity (Europe) Notice About conformity and special conditio[...]

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    1.2 Preliminary Checks Checking ST 3000 shipment Along with this Installation Guide you should have [...]

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    1.2 Preliminary Checks, Continued Series and model number data, continued For a complete breakdown o[...]

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    1.2 Preliminary Checks, Continued Communicating w ith the ST3000 Transmitter, continued Using the SF[...]

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    Section 2 —Optional Bench Check 2.1 Connecting Power and SCT/SFC About the bench check The bench c[...]

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    2.1 Connecting Power and SCT/SFC, Continued CAUTION Do not try to remove the transmitter housing end[...]

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    2.2 Testing Communications Background Once you connect power and the SCT or SFC to the transmitter, [...]

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    2.2 Testing Communications, Continued Procedure, continued Table 2 Testing Communications with Trans[...]

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    2.2 Testing Communications, Continued Procedure, continued Table 2 Testing Communications with Trans[...]

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    2.3 Verifying Configuration Data Procedure Use the procedure in Table 3 to display all the basic tra[...]

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    2.3 Verifying Configuration Data, Continued Procedure, continued Table 3 Verifying Transmitter’s C[...]

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    2.3 Verifying Configuration Data, Continued Procedure, continued Table 3 Verifying Transmitter’s C[...]

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    2.4 Changing Default Failsafe Direction Background Transmitters are shipped with a default failsafe [...]

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    2.4 Changing Default Failsafe Direction, Continued Procedure, continued Table 4 Cutting Failsafe Dir[...]

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    2.5 Optional Write Protect Jumper Write protect option The ST 3000 transmitters are available with a[...]

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    2.6 Setting Range Values Using Local Adjustments Local zero and span option For transmitter applicat[...]

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    Section 3 —Preinstallation Considerations 3.1 Considerations for ST 3000 Transmitter Evaluate cond[...]

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    3.1 Considerations for ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Temperature limits Table 5 lists the operating[...]

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    3.1 Considerations for ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Pressure ratings Table 6 lists maximum working[...]

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    3.2 Considerations for SFC/SCT Install SFC battery pack If the SFC battery pack was removed for ship[...]

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    3.2 Considerations for SFC/SCT, Continued Install SFC battery pack, continued Table 7 Installing and[...]

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    3.3 Considerations for Local Smart Meter Option Smart meter reference specifications If your ST 300 [...]

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    Section 4 —Installation 4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter Summary You can mount all transmitter m o[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Dimensions Detailed dimension drawings for given transm [...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Bracket mounting, continued Table 8 Mounting ST 3000 Tra[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Bracket mounting, continued Table 8 Mounting ST 3000 Tra[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued ATTENTION The mounting position of a model STA122 or STA[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Precautions for Mounting Transmitters w ith Small Absolu[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Flange mounting To mount a flange mounted transmitter m [...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Flush mounting To mount a flush mounted transm itter mod[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued High Temperature Transmitter Mounting You can mount the [...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Remote seal mounting Use the procedure in Table 10 to mo[...]

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    4.1 Mounting ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Remote seal mounting, continued Table 10 Mounting Remote[...]

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    4.2 Piping ST 3000 Transmitter Summary The actual piping arrangement will vary depending upon the pr[...]

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    4.2 Piping ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Piping Arrangements, continued Another piping arrangement [...]

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    4.2 Piping ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued ATTENTION Care must be taken when installing transm itters[...]

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    4.2 Piping ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Flange descriptions Table 13 describes the available flang[...]

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    4.2 Piping ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Installing flange adapter Table 14 gives the steps for an [...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter Summary The transmitter is designed to operate in a two-wire power/cu[...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Summary, continued Barriers can be installed per m anufact[...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Wiring connections The procedure in Table 15 shows the ste[...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Approval body requirements If your transmitter was ordered[...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Conduit seal Transmitters installed as explosionproof in a[...]

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    4.3 Wiring ST 3000 Transmitter, Continued Existing meter connections Existing analog meters and SM 3[...]

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    Section 5 —Reference Drawings 5.1 Wiring Diagrams and Dimension Drawing List Contents This section[...]

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    5.1 Wiring Diagrams and Dimension Drawings, Continued Dimension Draw ings The tables on the followin[...]

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    5.1 Wiring Diagrams and Dimension Drawings, Continued Dimension Draw ings - Series 100 and Series 90[...]

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    5.1 Wiring Diagrams and Dimension Drawings, Continued Dimension Draw ings – Series 100 and Series [...]

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    Transmitter Type and Table Mounting Drawing Key Number Selections Angle Bracket (MB), (SB) Flat Brac[...]

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    5.1 Wiring Diagrams and Dimension Drawings, Continued Dimension Draw ings - Series 100 and Series 90[...]

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    Appendix A  Smart Meter Reference A.1 Introduction Smart Meter Option Depending upon your transmi[...]

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    A.2 Smart Meter Display Display description Figure A-1 shows a smart meter display with all its indi[...]

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    A.3 Smart Meter Specifications Operating Conditions and Specifications Before installing a transmitt[...]

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    A.4 Setting Range Values (Local Zero and Span) Local zero and span option ST 3000 Release 300 transm[...]

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    A.4 Setting Range Values (Local Zero and Span), Continued Procedure, continued Table A-3 Setting Ran[...]

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    A.4 Setting Range Values (Local Zero and Span), Continued Procedure, continued Table A-3 Setting Ran[...]

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    A.4 Setting Range Values (Local Zero and Span), Continued Procedure, continued Table A-3 Setting Ran[...]

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    A.4 Setting Range Values (Local Zero and Span), Continued Procedure, continued Table A-3 Setting Ran[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons Using Pushbuttons on Meter to Configure Smart Meter Di[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Transmitter Output Conformity and Smart Met[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Selecting Engineering Units The procedure i[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Selecting Engineering Units, continued Tabl[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Low er and Upper Display Values The[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Low er Display Values, continued Ta[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Low er Display Values, continued Ta[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting low er display values, continued Ta[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting low er display values, continued Ta[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Upper Display Values The procedure [...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Upper Display Values, continued Tab[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Upper Display Values, continued Tab[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Upper Display Values, continued Tab[...]

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    A.5 Configuring Smart Meter Using Pushbuttons, Continued Setting Upper Display Values, continued Tab[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC Using the SFC to Configure the Smart Meter Display You can sel[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC, Continued Transmitter Output Conformity and Smart Meter Confi[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC, Continued Procedure, continued Table A-9 Setting Up Smart Met[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC, Continued Procedure, continued Table A-9 Setting Up Smart Met[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC, Continued Procedure, continued Table A-9 Setting Up Smart Met[...]

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    A.6 Configuring Smart Meter Using SFC, Continued Procedure, continued Table A-9 Setting Up Smart Met[...]

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    A.7 Configuring Smart Meter Using SCT 3000 Using the SCT to Configure Smart Meter Display You can se[...]

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    A.8 Typical Smart Meter Indications Typical operation indications Table A-10 summarizes typical sm a[...]

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    A.8 Typical Smart Meter Indications, Continued Operation error codes Table A-11 identifies possible [...]

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    A.8 Typical Smart Meter Indications, Continued Operation error codes, continued Table A-11 Smart Met[...]

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    Appendix B —Hazardous Locations Reference Reference Information Information is provided to clarify[...]

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    B.1 North American Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued Examples Given the above criteri[...]

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    B.1 North American Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued Methods of Protection The follow[...]

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    B.1 North American Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued Apparatus Parameters The Intrins[...]

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    B.1 North American Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued Entity Concept Under entity requ[...]

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    B.1 North American Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued Table B-1 Factory Mutual (FM) Ap[...]

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    B.2 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Classification of Hazardous Locations About IEC [...]

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    B.2 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued[...]

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    B.2 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued[...]

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    B.2 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Classification of Hazardous Locations, Continued[...]

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    B.3 Enclosure Ratings NEMA and IEC Recognition The NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturer’s Associ[...]

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    B.3 Enclosure Ratings , Continued IEC Designations, continued Table B-6 provides an approximate conv[...]

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    Index 2/05 ST 3000 Release 300 Installation Guide 95 Flange mounted, 23 A Flat mounting bracket, 23 [...]

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    Index 96 ST 3000 Release 300 Installation Guide 2/05 R Remote seal mounting, 32 S Series designation[...]

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    1 of 4 34-ST-99-15 Addendum 4/02 Addendum to ST 3000 Smart Transmitter Release 300 and SFC Smart Fie[...]

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    4/02 34-ST-99-15 Addendum 2 of 4 Additions to the User Manual The additions to User Manual 34-ST-33-[...]

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    3 of 4 34-ST-99-15 Addendum 4/02 Exhibit B –Additions to Table 6 Transmitter Type Upper Range Limi[...]

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    4/02 34-ST-99-15 Addendum 4 of 4 Exhibit C –Additions to Dimension Drawings Dimension Draw ings - [...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-25 (Addendum to 33-S T-33-39) 1 of 4 ST 3000 Smart Transmitter Release 300 and Smart [...]

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    2 of 4 34-ST-99-25 (Addendum to 33-S T-33-39) 10/04 Additions to the Installation Guide The addition[...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-25 (Addendum to 33-S T-33-39) 3 of 4 Figure 1 ST 3000 Model STD110, STD120, STD125, S[...]

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    4 of 4 34-ST-99-25 (Addendum to 33-S T-33-39) 10/04 Dimension Drawings The follo wing table provides[...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-S T-33-39) 1 of 10 ST 3000 Smart Pressure Transmitter, Release 300[...]

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    2 of 10 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-ST-33 -39) 10/04 Purpose and Content of this Addendum This Adden[...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-S T-33-39) 3 of 10 Marking, ATEX Directiv e Honeywell’s Model ST[...]

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    4 of 10 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-ST-33 -39) 10/04 Nameplate 51 452618-001, n A, 4-20 m A / DE, is[...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-S T-33-39) 5 of 10 Specific Parameters for Intrinsic Safety Field [...]

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    6 of 10 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-ST-33 -39) 10/04 Specific Parameters for Non-Sparking Zone 2 Ins[...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-S T-33-39) 7 of 10 51452504 , Revision B DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY[...]

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    8 of 10 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-ST-33 -39) 10/04 ST3000, R300 Pressure Transmitters Certificate [...]

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    10/04 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 34-S T-33-39) 9 of 10 Certificate of Manufacturer II 3 G EEx nA IIC A[...]

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    10 of 10 34-ST-99-36 (Addendum to 3 4-ST-33-39) 10/04 ST3000, R300 Pressure Transmitters Model Serie[...]

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    Industrial Measurement and Control Honeywell International, Inc. 2500 W. Union Hills Drive Phoenix, [...]