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MTL4517 Switch/ Proximity Detector Interface 2-Channel, Line Fault Detection, Phase Reversal
MTL4517 enables two safe-area loads to be controlled, through a relay, by proximity detectors or switches located in a
Line faults are signalled through a separate relay and indicated on the top of the module. Switches are provided to select
phase reversal and to enable the line fault detection.
See also common specification
Number of channels
Location of switch
Zone 0, IIC, T6 hazardous area
Div.1, Group A, hazardous location
Location of proximity detector
Zone 0, IIC, T4–6 hazardous area, if suitably certified
Div.1, Group A, hazardous location
Inputs conforming to BS EN60947–5–6:2001 standards for
proximity detectors (NAMUR)
Voltage applied to sensor
7 to 9V dc from 1kΩ ±10%
Outputs closed if input > 2.1mA (< 2kΩ in input circuit)
Outputs open if input < 1.2mA (> 10kΩ in input circuit)
Hysteresis: 200µA (650Ω) nominal
Line fault detection (LFD) (when selected)
User selectable by switches on the side of the module.
Line faults are indicated by the LED for each channel.
Line fault relay is energised and channel output relay deenergised if input line-fault detected
Open-circuit alarm on if Iin < 50µA
Open-circuit alarm off if Iin > 250µA
Short-circuit alarm on if Rin < 100Ω
Short-circuit alarm off if Rin > 360Ω
Note: Resistors must be fitted when using the LFD facility with a contact input
500Ω to 1kΩ in series with switch
20kΩ to 25kΩ in parallel with switch
Channel: Two single-pole relays with normally open contacts
LFD: Single pole relay with changeover contacts
Note: reactive loads must be adequately suppressed
Functional Safety Management (FSM)
Many MTL products are certified as safe for use in hazardous areas; that is places where explosive material may be present. The products are designed and certified to show that they are incapable of igniting the gas or dust and causing fire or explosion.
Another type of safety is called Functional Safety, which applies when products are used in safety and protection systems, in which a failure may mean that a protective system will not operate as it should. MTL products have been used in safety systems for some time, but there are increasing requirements to demonstrate an adequate level of functional safety, especially after the Buncefield, Texas City and Deepwater Horizon accidents. More and more, customers are demanding that products they use in safety systems meet the requirements of the second edition of the IEC 61508 Functional Safety standard, and they require evidence to show that they do. This is to enable the use of our products within instrumentation loops that are designed to achieve a specific Safety Integrity Level (SIL).
When MTL designs a product in the expectation that it will be used in functional safety-related systems, both the design process and the product needs to comply with IEC 61508:2010.
MTL has chosen to obtain Functional Safety Management (FSM) certification for the company. FSM means that MTL has the necessary processes and competence to design products according to IEC 61508:2010. Certification means that a notified body is ensuring that our processes are correct and that we are working to them. Together, FSM Certification gives our customers confidence in the company and the use of our products for functional safety.
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