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R6315-12

Magnetel Liquid-Level Transmitter

Application

This transmitter is designed to fit Rochester model 6342 and 6360 Magnetel® Float gauges with 8" 3 to 97% dials.

General Information & Features

The model R6315-12 transmitter utilizes electronic circuitry to provide a current output of 4-20 mA, which is proportional to the liquid volume in a horizontal cylindrical storage tank. Transmitter should be used with intrinsically safe voltage input from a loop-power supply and safety barrier.

Documents

Data Sheet

WD-565 Control Drawing (available upon request)

DS-873 Installation Guide

DS-1445 Additional Installation Instructions

0146S00001 Style of Safety Barrier

Nominal Outputs

% Current Milliamps Calibration
0 4.00  
3 4.48 Calibration Point
10 5.60  
20 7.20  
30 8.80  
40 10.40  
50 12.00  
60 13.60  
70 15.20  
80 16.80  
90 18.40  
97 19.52 Calibration Point
100 20.00  

Transmitters are factory calibrated at 3 and 97%.

General Specifications*

4-20 mA output, 36” wire length.
24 VDC input.
Conformity ±1.5%.
Load: 495 ohms or less.
UL Listed as intrinsically safe.

Hardware*

Studs 1/2-20, 0056-00496, 2 each
Jam nuts 1/2-20, 0044-00406, 4 each
Stand-off post, 0070-00015, 3 each
1/2” seal-tite connector is integral to transmitter

WARNING! This sensor is not to be used as the primary means of determining high or low fuel condition. It must not be used in the absence of redundant systems in critical applications where there may be significant safety risk or financial exposure in the event of fuel overfill or fuel exhaustion condition. This sensor is not to be used for tank filling.

NOTE:

1. Total resistance added to the line for voltage generation and redouts should be less than 495 ohms for proper operation with 25.5 volts, intrinsic safe limit for most barriers.

2. Digital liquid-level indicator cannot use or generate more than 250 VAC.

*Materials and specifications are subject to change without notice. Pressure ratings subject to change due to temperature and other environmental considerations.

 

08-07-2017