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Standard ID JJG 882-2019 (JJG882-2019)
Description (Translated English) Pressure Transmitters
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A53
Classification of International Standard 17.100
Word Count Estimation 23,264
Date of Issue 2019-12-31
Date of Implementation 2020-03-31
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) JJG 882-2004
Quoted Standard JJG 875; JJF 1008-2008
Drafting Organization Shanghai Institute of Metrology and Testing Technology
Administrative Organization National Pressure Measurement Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) State Administration of Market Supervision and Administration Announcement No. 59 of 2019
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration of Market Supervision and Administration
Summary This standard applies to the first verification, subsequent verification and in-use inspection of pressure (including positive pressure, negative pressure, differential pressure and absolute pressure) transmitters.

JJG 882-2019
JJG
METERING CALIBRATION SPECIFICATION
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Pressure transmitters
压力变送器
ISSUED ON: DECEMBER 31, 2019
IMPLEMENTED ON: MARCH 31, 2020
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation
Table of Contents
Introduction ... 5 
1 Scope ... 6 
2 Normative references ... 6 
3 Terms and units of measurement ... 6 
4 Overview ... 7 
5 Measurement performance requirements ... 7 
5.1 Indication error ... 7 
5.2 Hysteresis... 8 
5.3 Effect of static pressure of differential pressure transmitter ... 8 
6 General technical requirements ... 9 
6.1 Appearance ... 9 
6.2 Tightness ... 9 
6.3 Insulation resistance... 9 
6.4 Insulation strength ... 9 
7 Measuring instrument control ... 10 
7.1 Verification conditions ... 10 
7.2 Verification items ... 12 
7.3 Verification method ... 12 
7.4 Processing of verification results ... 17 
7.5 Verification cycle ... 17 
Appendix A Device connection mode during pressure transmitter verification18 
Appendix B Verification record format of pressure transmitter ... 20 
Appendix C Inner page format of verification certificate and verification result
notice ... 22 
Appendix D Example of uncertainty evaluation of current output measurement
results of grade 0.1 pressure transmitter ... 23 
Appendix E Determination of the extended uncertainty U of the standard unit
... 30 
Verification regulation of pressure transmitters
1 Scope
This regulation applies to the initial verification, subsequent verification, in-use
inspection of pressure (including positive pressure, negative pressure,
differential pressure, absolute pressure) transmitters.
2 Normative references
This regulation refers to the following documents:
JJG 875 Digital pressure gauge
JJF 1008-2008 Pressure measurement terms and definitions
For dated reference documents, only the dated version applies to this regulation;
for undated references, the latest version (including all amendments) is
applicable to this regulation.
3 Terms and units of measurement
3.1 Terms
3.1.1 Pressure transmitter
An instrument that can convert a pressure variable into a standardized signal
that can be transmitted, the output signal of which has a given continuous
function relationship (usually a linear function) and the pressure variable.
[JJF 1008-2008, definition 7.2]
3.1.2 Intellectual pressure transmitter
A pressure transmitter with automatic temperature compensation, linearity,
static pressure and other functions, as well as communication and self-
diagnosis functions.
[JJF 1008-2008, definition 7.8]
3.2 Unit of measurement
6 General technical requirements
6.1 Appearance
6.1.1 The marking on the pressure transmitter shall be complete and clear;
meanwhile it shall have the following information: product name, exit-factory
number, production year, model specifications, measurement range,
measurement unit, accuracy grade, rated working pressure, power supply form,
signal output form, manufacturer's name or trademark, type approval marking
and number, etc.; explosion-proof products shall also have explosion-proof
marks.
6.1.2 The high-pressure and low-pressure chambers of the differential pressure
transmitter shall be clearly marked.
6.1.3 The connection terminals of the pressure transmitter shall have
corresponding marks.
6.1.4 The main body and parts of the pressure transmitter shall be intact; the
fasteners shall not be loose or damaged; the movable parts shall be flexible
and reliable. For pressure transmitter with pressure indicator (digital display
function), the digital display shall be clear and there shall be no missing strokes.
6.1.5 The outer surface of the main body and parts of the pressure transmitter
for the first verification shall be smooth, intact, free of rust and mildew.
6.2 Tightness
When the measuring part of the pressure transmitter is subjected to the upper
limit of the measured pressure (the differential pressure transmitter is the rated
working pressure), there shall be no leakage; the pressure value of the last 5
min shall not drop (or rise) beyond 2% of the upper limit of the measured
pressure.
6.3 Insulation resistance
When the ambient temperature is 15 °C ~ 35 °C and the relative humidity is 45%
~ 75%, the insulation resistance between the terminals (including the housing)
of the pressure transmitter shall not be less than 20 MΩ (the test voltage is in
accordance with the enterprise standard).
The two-wire pressure transmitter only tests the output terminal to the housing.
6.4 Insulation strength
When the ambient temperature is 15 °C ~ 35 °C and the relative humidity is 45%
Visual observation and power-on inspection.
7.3.2 Tightness inspection
Increase (or evacuate) the pressure steadily so that the pressure in the
measuring chamber of the pressure transmitter reaches the upper limit of
measurement (or vacuum at 90% of the local atmospheric pressure). Turn off
the pressure source. Maintain the pressure for 15 minutes. Observe whether
there is any leakage. Determine the change in pressure value by observing the
pressure representation or the equivalent value of the output signal of the
pressure transmitter in the last 5 minutes.
When the differential pressure transmitter is subject to the tightness inspection,
the high-pressure chamber and the low-pressure chamber are connected,
meanwhile the rated working pressure is applied for observation.
7.3.3 Verification of indication error
7.3.3.1 Connection and installation of equipment
a) In order to achieve thermal equilibrium, the tested pressure transmitter
must be placed for 2 hours under the verification conditions; for the
pressure transmitters with an accuracy grade of less than 0.5, it can
shorten the placement time, generally shortened to 1 h.
b) The standard device, supporting equipment and the pressure transmitter
to be inspected are connected in accordance with the requirements of
Appendix A. The pressure guiding tube is filled with pressure transmission
medium. When the pressure transmission medium is gas, the medium
shall be clean and dry. When the pressure transmission medium is liquid,
it shall consider the liquid recommended by the manufacturer or
designated by the sender.
c) The pressure transmitter to be inspected is placed in the specified
installation position.
d) When the pressure transmission medium is liquid, the reference plane of
the pressure transmitter’s pressure tap and the reference plane of the
standard device’s pressure tap (or the lower end surface of the piston of
a piston pressure gauge) shall be on the same level. If it is not in the same
horizontal plane, the height difference is not greater than the calculation
result of formula (1), the error caused can be ignored, otherwise it shall be
corrected.
7.3.3.5 Verification method
From the lower limit, input the pressure signal to each verification point steadily;
read and record the output value to the upper limit of the measurement; then
change the pressure signal to each verification point in the opposite direction;
read and record the output value to the lower limit of the measurement. This is
a cycle. Pressure transmitters of grade 0.1 and below shall be subject to 1 cycle
of verification. The pressure transmitters of grade 0.1 and above shall be
subject to 2 cycles of verification.
The pressure transmitters under mandatory verification shall be subject to at
least the above 3 cycles of verification.
During the verification process, it is not allowed to adjust the zero point and
range; it is not allowed to tap and vibrate the pressure transmitter. When
approaching the verification point, the input pressure signal shall be slow
enough to avoid overshoot.
7.3.3.6 Calculation of indication error
The indication error of the pressure transmitter is calculated according to
formula (2).
Where:
ΔI - The indication error of each verification point of the pressure transmitter,
mA, V or digital quantity;
I - The actual output value of each verification point of the positive stroke or
reverse stroke of the pressure transmitter, mA, V or digital quantity;
IL - The theoretical output value of each verification point of the pressure
transmitter, mA, V or digital quantity.
The principle of data processing in the error calculation process: The number
of digits reserved after the decimal point shall be limited to the rounding error
which is less than 1/10 of the maximum allowable error of the pressure
transmitter. To judge whether the pressure transmitter is qualified, the rounded
data shall prevail.
Note 1: For the pressure transmitter with pressure indicator, the verification of the
indication error of the indication part is carried out according to JJG 875.
Note 2: For pressure transmitters with digital signal transmission function, it may use
the data as read by the computer monitoring software that can ignore its own indication
Disconnect the power supply of the pressure transmitter. Short-circuit the power
terminal and output terminal, respectively. Use an insulation resistance meter
to measure the insulation resistance between the power terminal and the
ground terminal (housing), the power terminal and the output terminal, the
output terminal and the ground terminal (housing). Except as otherwise
specified by the manufacturer, a megohmmeter with a rated voltage of 500 V is
generally used as the measuring equipment for the verification of the insulation
resistance of pressure transmitters.
Note: When the capacitive pressure transmitter is tested, a megohmmeter with a rated
voltage of 100 V shall be used as the measuring device, or be verified according to the
requirements of the enterprise standard.
7.3.7 Verification of insulation strength
Disconnect the power supply of the pressure transmitter; short-circuit the power
terminal and output terminal, respectively. According to the requirements of 6.4,
use a withstand voltage tester to measure the insulation strength between the
power terminal and the ground terminal (housing), the power terminal and the
output terminal, the output terminal and the ground terminal (housing). When
measuring, the test voltage shall increase from zero, smoothly and evenly rising
to the test voltage value specified in Table 2 within 5 s ~ 10 s (the error is not
more than 10%); keep it for 1 min; then smoothly reduce the voltage to zero,
and cut off the test power .
Note: During the test of the pressure transmitter, it may use a withstanding voltage
tester with alarm current setting and the setting value is generally 10 mA. When using
this instrument, whether to alarm is used as the basis for judging whether the insulation
strength is qualified or not.
7.4 Processing of verification results
7.4.1 The pressure transmitter that has passed the verification shall be issued
a verification certificate.
7.4.2 For pressure transmitters that are not qualified for verification, a
verification result notice shall be issued, which shall indicate the unqualified
items and content.
7.5 Verification cycle
The verification cycle of the pressure transmitter can be determined according
to the environmental conditions and frequency of use, generally not more than
1 year.
Appendix D
Example of uncertainty evaluation of current output measurement
results of grade 0.1 pressure transmitter
D.1 Evaluation basis
JJG 59 Retroreflectometer;
JJF 1059.1-2012 Evaluation and expression of uncertainty in measurement.
D.2 Measurement conditions
Ambient temperature: 20.0 °C ~ 20.1 °C; ambient relative humidity: 50% ~ 51%.
Shanghai gravitational acceleration: 9.7946 m/s2.
Pressure transmission medium: A mixture of transformer oil and kerosene, with
a density of 0.838 × 103 kg/m3.
Metrology standard device: Grade 0.02 piston pressure gauge with a measuring
range of 0.1 MPa ~ 6 MPa; FLUKE8508A digital multimeter 20mA gear,
technical indicators: ± (0.0016% × indicating value + 0.0002% × 20 mA).
Tested sample: Grade 0.1 pressure transmitter with a measuring range of 0
MPa ~ 2 MPa.
D.3 Measurement method
Place the pressure transmitter in the laboratory verification environment for at
least 2 h, to make it fully adapt to the laboratory environment. After the pressure
transmitter is energized and preheated for 30 minutes, install it on the dedicated
interface of the piston pressure gauge’s calibration platform. Try to make the
pressure point of the pressure transmitter and the working position of the piston
pressure gauge on the same level. When the position of the person is not on
the same level, the liquid level difference shall be accurately measured (the
pressure point of the measured pressure transmitter is 0.135 m lower than the
working position of the piston pressure gauge). After installation, use a piston
pressure gauge to pressurize the pressure transmitter to 2 MPa, to check the
tightness of the system.
Load the weight on the piston pressure gauge to provide the standard pressure
value. When the static balance is reached, take the reading of the digital
multimeter; check the environmental conditions at the same time; take record
as required. In the test, the nominal pressure is selected as 0 MPa, 0.2 MPa,
Where:
ρ - The density of the pressure transmission medium (838 kg/m3);
g - Local acceleration of gravity (9.7946 m/s2);
h - The height difference between the pressure point of the standard device
and the pressure transmitter, m.
D.5 Sources of measurement uncertainty
(1) The standard uncertainty u (I) introduced by the reading value I of the
digital multimeter.
(2) The standard uncertainty u (P) introduced by the pressure value P of the
piston pressure gauge.
(3) The standard uncertainty u (ΔP) introduced by the pressure ΔP produced
by the difference between the working position of the piston pressure
gauge and the pressure surface of the pressure transmitter.
D.6 Evaluation of the standard uncertainty u (I) of the input quantity I
D.6.1 Standard uncertainty u1 (I) introduced by the measurement of the digital
multimeter
The maximum allowable indication error of the 20 mA measurement gear of the
digital multimeter is: ± (0.0016% × indication value + 0.0002% × 20 mA), the
maximum output current of the pressure transmitter is 20 mA, so the half-width
α = (0.0016% × 20 + 0.0002% × 20) mA = 0.0004 mA. In the interval, it can be
considered to obey a uniform distribution, and , therefore:
D.6.2 The standard uncertainty u2 (I) introduced by the measurement
repeatability of the output current of the pressure transmitter
Perform 3 cycles of positive and negative strokes at the nominal value of 2.0
MPa; there are 6 measurement results in total, as shown in ......
Related standard:   JJG 815-2018  JJG 948-2018
Related PDF sample:   JJG 150-2005  JJG 577-2012
   
 
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