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Technical Note 00840-2600-4811, Rev CA July 2012 3 Rosemount 3300 and 5300 Series Replacement of capacitance probes Guided Wave Radar is an excellent replacement for




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Technical Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 2012Rosemount 3300 and 5300 document is a guideline for Guided Wave Radar (GWR) applications. Besides providing information on application advantages, product features, different types of applications, and probe styles, it also compares the Rosemount 5300 and 3300 Series GWRs to assist with radar device selection for optimal ADVANTAGES OF GUIDED WAVE RADARAdvantages of Guided Wave Radar compared to other level technologies include: Measures level directly, and is not impacted by density, dielectrics, or conductivity changes Measures through heavy vapors Handles turbulent and low dielectric fluids Can measure through most foams Measures interface applications Measures solids, powders, and granules Measures in small tanks, geometrically difficult tanks, and long nozzles Has no moving parts Displacer and capacitance are easily replacedROSEMOUNT GUIDED WAVE RADAR PRODUCT FEATURESThere are two Guided Wave Radar products offered by Rosemount: the 3300 and the 5300 FeaturesThe Rosemount 3300 Series and Rosemount 5300 Series are multivariable and can measure both level and interface, with a dual compartment head to protect electronics from moisture. The electronics housing can be rotated 360 and in most cases separated from an installed probe without opening the tank. Both provide application flexibility and are available with a full range of probe styles to meet application requirements. The configuration tools have installation wizards with waveform plots to provide easy and powerful configuration and 5300 Series superior performance Handles even the most challenging applications reliably, including process vessels, control and safety, extreme temperature and pressure Microwave innovations as Direct Switch Technology allow use over longer ranges, with lower dielectrics and higher accuracy, even with a single probe Enhanced configuration and diagnostic information through RadarMaster, EDDL-based and DTM-based user interface Probe end projection function provides reliable measurements in applications with low signal strengthRosemount 3300 Series versatile and easy to use Handles most liquid storage and monitoring applicationsExample of a GWR Wave Radar Application GuidelinesTechnical Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 2012Rosemount 3300 and 5300 Series2APPLICATIONSIndustrial level measurementsProviding accurate and reliable measurement under process variations and with the ability to handle turbulence, vapors, coating, moisture, dust, foam and geometrically difficult vessels, GWR is a popular alternative for many gases and refrigerantsGuided Wave Radar can handle heavy vapors, and it works well in low dielectric, turbulent applications. This makes it a good choice for liquefied gases including LNG, LPG, anhydrous ammonia, and applicationsThe Rosemount 5303 transmitter measures solids with dielectric constants as low as and a measuring range up to 160 ft. (50 m). Applications include powders and granules, silicon, plastic pellets, cement, fly ash, corn, and many more. It is virtually unaffected by dust, moisture, density changes, and temperature The shape of the material cone is not criticalEasy replacement of mechanical devicesGuided Wave Radar is an ideal, low maintenance replacement for displacers, because it has no moving parts and is unaffected by density changes. The use of a single lead probe further ensures minimal maintenance since it is more tolerant of material coating. Guided Wave Radar is available with flanges that can match the proprietary cage flanges or major displacer manufacturers. A robust high pressure and temperature probe solution for the Rosemount 5300 Series is also available for these thisto minutesTechnical Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 20123Rosemount 3300 and 5300 SeriesReplacement of capacitance probesGuided Wave Radar is an excellent replacement for capacitance probes since it requires no calibration and can handle heavy coating. It has a long-lasting microwave electronics that provides extended lifetime compared to capacitance and interface measurementsGuided wave radar measures both the level and interface level in separators, and settling and condensate tanks. The cost for wiring and installation is reduced because there is one tank penetration and a single pair of wires. There are some basic conditions which must be met in interface measurements: The lower dielectric fluid must be on top The two liquids must have a dielectric difference of at least 6 The upper layer dielectric must be known (in-field determination is possible) The 5300 Series HTHP coaxial probes minimum upper layer thickness is 8 in. (20 cm), and with all other probes 5 in. ( cm) The maximum thickness of the upper layer depends on the dielectric, probe type and transmitter Target applications: low upper layer dielectric (< 3), high lower layer dielectric (>20)Demanding environmentsThe Rosemount 5300 Series handles low reflectivity, extreme temperatures and pressures, heavy product coating and saturated steam, making it a reliable alternative for applications such as distillation columns, feed-water tanks, and liquefied thisto minutesTechnical Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 2012Rosemount 3300 and 5300 Series4COMPARE AND SELECT ROSEMOUNT GUIDED WAVE RADARSBoth the 3300 and 5300 handles most liquid storage and monitoring applications. However the 5300 with its superior performance handles even the most challenging applications reliably, including process vessels, control and safety. The application conditions described here are where the 5300 is the right Dielectrics with Single ProbeBoth level and interface measurements can be handled with a single lead probe in sticky fluids ( crude oil, waxy oil), which would leave deposits on twin lead spacers. Probe End Projection provides a backup function for challenging applications such as plastic pellets and boiling Measurement RangeHigh dielectric materials, such as water based liquids, solids, ammonia, in vessels up to 165 ft(50 m).Low dielectric ( ) materials, such as liquefied gas, oil and solids, in vessels up to 82 ft (25 m).Extreme temperatures and pressuresThe Rosemount 5300 Series have heavy-duty probe options with multiple layers of protection to meet applications from boilers to cryogenics. TABLE 1. Sample of Guided Wave Radar Applications in Different IndustriesOil & GasRefiningPetrochemicalChemicalPower (and plant utilities)Food & Beverage (non-hygienic)Pulp & PaperAnhydrous Ammonia(1)Distillation To w e r s(1)Distillation towersAmmoniaBoiler Drum Level(1)Corn(1)White WaterCement(1)Accumulators/Feed TanksOlefin as propyleneRefrigerantCondenserFlour(1)Lig ninBlack LiquorDrilling Rig Mud PitsSeparators/Settlers/Knockout Drums(1)Decanters/SeparatorsLiquid ChlorineDearators(1)Wheat(1)Starch(1)Wat er & Fuel StorageLiquefied Gases PropaneVCMCarbon blackFeedwater heatersSoy Beans(1)Chemical tanksChemical TanksIntermediate/Buffer TanksPlastics(1)UreaScrubbersVegetable oilsSmall oil tanksCondensate Oil & Water TanksAmmoniaLNG(1)HexaneCooling Tower BasinsSoy flakes(1)Turpentine & water interfaceSeparatorsGas & WaterMethanolWaste Water SumpsLiquid CO2AmmoniaOil &Water Skim TanksDesalters(1)EthanolChemical StoragePropylene glycolCalcium Carbonate(1)Flare Knock Out TanksCompressorsTolueneCoal(1)HexaneResi nAccumulators/ Feed TanksSeal PotsBenzeneLime(1)Starch(1)Liquefied Gas as Natural GasSumpsMEKFly Ash(1)AcidsHeater Treaters(1)Small Storage TanksMethyl alcoholFuel OilGlycerinSlop TanksStyreneInterface solvents and waterBiodieselFree-water KnockoutCalcium CarbonateSoda Ash(1)Compressor Station Oil/Water StorageUrea powderEthanol(1) Rosemount 5300 Series is the preferred Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 20125Rosemount 3300 and 5300 SeriesHigh pressure saturated steamThe Dynamic Vapor Compensation option dynamically compensates for changes in the vapor space dielectric, minimizing accuracy errors associated with varying pressure and / or electromagnetic interfaceThe Smart Galvanic Interface and enhanced transient protection design result in a more stable microwave performance. This improves the EMI performance and provides a more robust, safe measurement with minimized effects from outside applicationsThe Rosemount 5300 Series is Safety Integrated System fieldbusThe Rosemount 5300 Series is available with FOUNDATION fieldbus. TABLE 2. Compare and Select Rosemount Guided Wave RadarsRosemount 5300 Series - Superior Performance & FunctionalityRosemount 3300 Series - Versatile and Easy-to-UseReference Accuracy 3 mm, and improved ambient temperature effect 5 mmMax/Min Temperature / Pressure-320 to 752 F (-196 to 400 C) /-14 to 5000 psig (-1 to 345 bar)- 40 to 302 F (-40 to 150 C) /-14 to 580 psig (-1 to 40 bar)CommunicationsHART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus, Modbus4 20 mA analog/HART , ModbusCustomized Configuration ToolsRadarMaster, AMS, Delta V and other FF hosts, Field communicator, DTM compliant(1)Radar Configuration Tools, AMS, Field communicator, DTM compliant(1)Enhanced EDDL / DTM capabilitiesYesNoSIL 2SuitableNoDirect Switch TechnologyProvides 2-5 times stronger signal than any other GWRNoMaximum Measuring Range164 ft (50 m) for DC 677 ft ( m) for DC for twin and for singleLowest Dielectric Constant (DC) with coaxial with other probestwin up to 82 ft (25 m) or, single up to 49 ft (15 m) with coaxial with twin probe up to 33 ft (10 m) with single probe up to 36 ft (11 m)Probe End ProjectionYes! Good for low DC and long ranges such as plastics, pellets, or boiling hydrocarbonsNoSmart Galvanic InterfaceGives improved EMI performance, good for non-metallic tanksNoModular DesignYes! All probes can be used with all electronicsPartly. All rigid probes for short range electronics and all flexible probes for long range electronicsDynamic Vapor CompensationYes! Good for steam compensation in Diagnostic CapabilitiesYes including signal quality metrics, and advanced full tank detectionNoUpper Transition - in. (11 - 18 cm) depending on probe style and dielectric - in. (10 - 50 cm) depending on probe style and dielectric valuePower Supply16 - 30 Vdc for IS20 - 42. 4 Vdc for Ex d11 - 30 Vdc for IS16 - 42 Vdc for Ex dDiagnosticsEnhanced including detection of product build-up on probeStandardProbe MaterialsSST, Alloy C-276, Alloy 400, PTFE covered SSTSST, PTFE covered SSTApplicationsEven for the toughest applications, including long range and low DC storage with a single probe, and process vessels and controlMost liquid storage and monitoring applications(1) For configuration in FieldCare , PACTWare , Yokogawa Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 2012Rosemount 3300 and 5300 Series6PROBE STYLESThere are five different probe styles for Rosemount GWRs. The single lead is the preferred choice for most applications. With the 5300 superior performance it is possible to use single probes in more applications. This means lowered costs, less maintenance, and reduced inventory. The following guidelines should be used to choose the appropriate probe for the Rosemount Uses for Single Rigid and Flexible Probes Only option for powders and granules Can be used in sticky and viscous media Is the preferred choice for bypass chambersAvoid using with restrictive nozzles or when the probe could come in contact with metallic objects in the Uses for Coaxial Probes Acts as a mini stilling well, isolating the probe from external conditions and obstacles In low dielectric and high turbulent applications Where foam requires isolation from liquid surface Where there is contact with a metallic object Where the probe may contact inlet fluid flow or internal tank structures Avoid using with sticky, viscous, coating media and in submerged Uses for Twin Rigid and Flexible Probes Where top-of-foam measurement is desired If the coaxial probe cannot be used If guidelines recommend outside installation and/or if the dielectric is too low for a single probeAvoid using with media that coats and where the probe may contact walls or Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 20127Rosemount 3300 and 5300 SeriesMaximum length1Minimum Dielectric Constant at Maximum RangeMinimum Dielectric Constant LevelInterface (liquid/liquid)Changing DensityChanging Dielectric2Wide pH VariationsPressure ChangesTemperature ChangesCondensing VaporsBubbling/Boiling SurfacesFoam ( Mechanical Avoidance)Foam ( Measurement of Top of Foam)Foam ( Measurement of Foam & Liquid)Clean LiquidsMaterials with Very Low DielectricCoating, Sticky LiquidsViscous LiquidsCrystallizing liquidsSolids, Granules, Powders 3Fibrous LiquidsTurbulenceTall, Narrow NozzlesCleanability of ProbeDisturbing Electromagnetic Interference in TankLiquid or Vapor Spray May TouchProbe Above SurfaceProbes Will Be Close (<12in/30cm)to Tank Wall / Disturbing ObjectProbe Might Touch Tank Wall or Disturbing ObjectsTurbulent Conditions CausingBreaking ForcesAngled or Slanted Surfaces(Viscous or Solids Materials)Measurements Process Medium Characteristics 9'-10"(3m) 9'-10"(3m) '-1"( ) 165'(50m) 19 -8 (6m) 19 -8 (6m) 9 -10 (3m) 9 -10 (3m) 77'-1"( )165'(50m)APPLICATION DEPENDENTNOT RECOMMENDED/RELEVANTGOODNRADGDGUIDED WAVE RADAR PROBE SELECTIONGUIDECoaxialRigid TwinFlexible TwinRigid SingleFlexible Single3300530033005300330053003300530033 005300Tank Environment ConsiderationsGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGD GDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGD GDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGD GDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGD GDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDADADGDGDGDGDGDGDNRNRNR NRADADNRNRNRNRADADADADNRNRADADADADNRADNR ADNRNRADADADADGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDADGDAD GDADGDADAD18GDGD18ADADADADNRNRNRNRNRNRAD ADGDGDNRNRADADADADADADADADNRNRNRNRNRNRAD ADADGDNRNRNRNRNRNRGDGDGDGDNRNRNRNRNRNR ADADADADGDGDGDGDGDGDGDGDNRNRNRNRGDGDNRNR NRNRGDGDADADGDGDADADGDGDNRNRADADNRNRADAD NRNRNRNRNRNRGDGDADADADADGDGDGDGDNRNRADAD ADADNRNRNRNRGDGDNRNRNRNRNRADNRADGDGDADAD ADADGDGDGDGDNRNRADADADAD1.) Overall distance of flexible probes is limited with low dielectric material2.) For overall level applications, a changing dielectric has no affect on the measurements, for interference applications a changing dielectric in top fluid will degrade accuracy 3.) See Tech note 00803-0100-4811 (Guided Wave Radar for Solid Applications) and PDS 00813-0100-4530 for details4.)Probe end projection may allow lower dielectric constant in longer ranges, Consult factory. 5.) if installing in metallic bypass for stilling well6.) for HP probe or for HTHP probe7.) for HP probe or for HTHP probe 8.) if installed in bypass or stilling wellTechnical Note00840-2600-4811, Rev CAJuly 2012Rosemount 3300 and 5300 SeriesThe contents of this publication are presented for information purposes only, and while effort has been made to ensure their accuracy, they are not to be construed as warranties or guarantees, expressed or implied, regarding the products or services described herein or their use or applicability. All sales are governed by our terms and conditions, which can be found at We reserve the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of our products at any time without Emerson logo is a trade mark and service mark of Emerson Electric and the Rosemount logotype are registered trademarks of Rosemount is a registered trademark of one of the Emerson Process Management group of other marks are the property of their respective owners. 2012 Rosemount Inc. All rights Process Management Blegistrasse Box 1046CH 6341 BaarSwitzerlandTel +41 (0) 41 768 6111Fax +41 (0) 41 768 6300Emerson Process Management Asia Pacific Pte Ltd1 Pandan CrescentSingapore 128461Tel +65 6777 8211Fax +65 6777 0947Service Support Hotline : +65 6770 8711Email : Process ManagementRosemount Measurement8200 Market BoulevardChanhassen MN 55317 USATel (USA) 1 800 999 9307Tel (International) +1 952 906 8888Fax +1 952 906 8889Emerson Box 17033Jebel Ali Free ZoneDubai UAETel +971 4 811 8100Fax +971 4 886 546500840-2600-4811 Rev CA, 06/12REFERENCESFor more information see the following documents (click title to open document, or visit ):Product Data SheetsRosemount 5300 Series Superior Performance Guided Wave Radar Level and Interface Transmitter (Document No. 00813-0100-4530)Rosemount 3300 Series Guided Wave Radar Level and Interface Transmitter (Document No. 00813-0100-4811)Technical NotesReplacing Displacers with Guided Wave Radar (Document No. 00840-2200-4811)Measuring Ammonia with Radar (Document No. 00840-0100-4811)Guided Wave Radar in Solid Level Applications (Document No. 00840-2300-4811)Handbooks and BrochuresThe Engineer s Guide to Level Measurement (Document No. 00805-0100-1034)Level Instrumentation for the Refining Industry (Document No. 00805-0100-1031)Rosemount Process Level Instrumentation (Document No. 00803-0100-4161)Proven ResultsView and download Rosemount Process Level Proven Results on:

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