Emerson Solu Comp Xmt-P-FF/FI Instruction manual

Instruction Manual
PN 51-5081C/rev.E
November 2012
Model 5081-C
Two-Wire Conductivity Transmitter
ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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CAUTION
if a 375 or 475 u niversal Hart® Communicator is used with these transmitters, the software within the 375 or 475 may require
modification. if a software modification is required, please contact your local Emerson Process Management Service Group
or National Response Center at 1-800-654-7768.
About This Document
This manual contains instructions for installation and operation of the Model 5081-C Two-Wire
Conductivity Transmitter. The following list provides notes concerning all revisions of this document.
Rev. Level
Date
Notes
A
10/04
This is the initial release of the product manual. The manual has been
reformatted to reflect the Emerson documentation style and updated to
reflect any changes in the product offering. This manual contains
information on HART Smart and Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus versions of 5081-C.
B
2/05
Revised dwg 1400204 on page 29.
C
5/05
Fixed LEd font problems on pages 4, 34, 38, 39, 43.
d
1/11
u pdated enclosure specifications pg 2, dnv logo and © info.
E
11/12
Added Fieldbus specifications, updated iTK revision and CE certifications
Emerson Process Management
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© Rosemount Analytical inc. 2012
MODEL 5081-C
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL 5081-C
Tw O-w IRE TRANSMITTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Title
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................
Features and Applications........................................................................................
Specifications...........................................................................................................
Hazardous Location Approval ..................................................................................
Transmitter d isplay d uring Calibration and Programming.......................................
infrared Remote Controller ......................................................................................
HART Communications ...........................................................................................
Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus...............................................................................................
Asset Management Solutions .................................................................................
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2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................
u npacking and inspection........................................................................................
o rienting the d isplay Board .....................................................................................
Mechanical installation.............................................................................................
Power Supply/Current Loop Wiring for Model 5081-C-HT.......................................
Power Supply Wiring for Model 5081-C-FF .............................................................
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3.1
3.2
w IRING....................................................................................................................
Sensor Wiring ..........................................................................................................
Electrical installation ................................................................................................
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4.1
4.2
INTRINSICALLy SAFE AND Ex PLOSION PROOF INSTALLATIONS..................
intrinsically Safe and Explosion-Proof installation for Model 5081-C-HT ................
intrinsically Safe and Explosion-Proof installation for Model 5081-C-FF.................
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5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
DISPLAy AND OPERATION ...................................................................................
d isplays ...................................................................................................................
infrared Remote Controller (iRC) — Key Functions ................................................
Quick Start for Model 5081-C-HT ............................................................................
Quick Start for Model 5081-C-FF.............................................................................
Menu Tree................................................................................................................
d iagnostic Messages...............................................................................................
d efault Setting .........................................................................................................
Security ....................................................................................................................
u sing Hold ...............................................................................................................
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6.1
6.2
START-UP AND CALIBRATION .............................................................................
Accessing the Calibrate Menu .................................................................................
Calibrate Menu.........................................................................................................
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TABLE OF CONTENTS CONT’D
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
PROGRAMMING.....................................................................................................
General ....................................................................................................................
o utput ......................................................................................................................
Temp ........................................................................................................................
d isplay .....................................................................................................................
HART .......................................................................................................................
Setup Cust ...............................................................................................................
d efault......................................................................................................................
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8.0
FOUNDATION FIELDBUS OPERATION ................................................................
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9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375.............................................................................
Note on Model 375 or 475 Communicator ...............................................................
Connecting the Communicator ................................................................................
o peration .................................................................................................................
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10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................
o verview ..................................................................................................................
Fault Conditions .......................................................................................................
d iagnostic Messages...............................................................................................
Quick Troubleshooting Guide...................................................................................
Systematic Troubleshooting.....................................................................................
RTd Resistance Values ...........................................................................................
Warning and Fault Messages ..................................................................................
Troubleshooting When a Fault or Warning Message is Showing ............................
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11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................
o verview ..................................................................................................................
Preventative Maintenance .......................................................................................
Corrective Maintenance ...........................................................................................
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12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
THEORy OF OPERATION .....................................................................................
o verview ..................................................................................................................
Conductivity .............................................................................................................
HART Communication .............................................................................................
o utput Logic.............................................................................................................
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RETURN OF MATERIAL.........................................................................................
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LIST OF FIGURES
Number
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1-2
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4-10
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4-12
4-13
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
6-1
6-2
8-1
Title
Transmitter d isplay d uring Calibration and Programming .......................................
infrared Remote Controller.......................................................................................
HART Communicator ...............................................................................................
Configuring Model 5081-C Transmitter with Foundation Fieldbus ...........................
AMS Main Menu Tools .............................................................................................
Mounting the Model 5081-C Transmitter on a Flat Surface......................................
u sing the Pipe Mounting Kit to Attach the Model 5081-C to a pipe..........................
Load/Power Supply Wiring Requirements................................................................
Model 5081-C-HT Power Wiring d etails ..................................................................
Typical Fieldbus Network Electrical Wiring Configuration ........................................
Model 5081-C-FF Power Wiring d etails...................................................................
Wiring Model 5081-C-HT..........................................................................................
Power Supply/Current Loop Wiring for Model 5081-C-HT .......................................
Power Supply/Current Loop Wiring for Model 5081-C-FF........................................
Power Supply and Sensor Wiring for Model 5081-C................................................
Contacting Conductivity Sensor to Transmitter 5081-C ...........................................
Model 5081-C with J-Box — 140 series Sensor Wiring d etails ....................................
Model 5081-C — 150 and 400 Sensor Wiring d etails .................................................
Model 5081-C with Contacting Conductivity Sensor ....................................................
Model 5081-C — Wiring to Model 400 ENd u RANCE Sensors ..................................
Model 5081-C-HT infrared Remote Control — CSA, FM, & ATEX approvals ..........
Model 5081-C-FF infrared Remote Control — CSA, FM, & ATEX approvals ..........
FM Explosion-Proof installation for Model 5081-C-HT.............................................
FM intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT ....................................................
FM intrinsically Safe installation for Model 5081-C-HT ............................................
CSA intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT ..................................................
CSA intrinsically Safe installation for Model 5081-C-HT ..........................................
ATEX intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT ................................................
ATEX intrinsically Safe installation for Model 5081-C-HT ........................................
FM intrinsically Safe installation for Model 5081-C-FF ............................................
CSA intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-FF...................................................
CSA intrinsically Safe installation for Model 5081-C-FF ..........................................
ATEX intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-FF .................................................
Process d isplay Screen ...........................................................................................
Program d isplay Screen ..........................................................................................
infrared Remote Controller.......................................................................................
Menu Tree for Model 5081-C-HT .............................................................................
Menu Tree for Model 5081-C-FF .............................................................................
Menu Tree ...............................................................................................................
Current o utput Calibration .......................................................................................
Functional Block d iagram for the Model 5081-C with Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus .........
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES - CONT’D
Number
9-1
9-2
9-2
10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4
10-5
11-1
Title
Connecting the HART Communicator ......................................................................
5081-C-HT HART/Model 375 Menu Tree .................................................................
5081-C-FF/Model 375 Menu Tree ............................................................................
d iagnose Menu Segments .......................................................................................
d isabling Fault Annunciation ....................................................................................
Warning Annunciation...............................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flow Chart .....................................................................................
Conductivity d etermination ......................................................................................
Hold Annunciation ....................................................................................................
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LIST OF TABLES
Number
2-1
5-1
5-2
6-1
10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4
11-1
Title
Model 5081-C Sensor Selection...............................................................................
d efault Settings fro Model 5081-C-FF......................................................................
d efault Settings fro Model 5081-C-HT .....................................................................
Calibrate Menu Mnemonics......................................................................................
d iagnostic Variables Mnemonics .............................................................................
d iagnostic Fault Messages ......................................................................................
Quick Troubleshooting Guide ...................................................................................
RTd Resistance Values............................................................................................
Model 5081-C Replacement Parts and Accessories ................................................
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
• CHo iCE o F Co MMu NiCATio N PRo To Co L: HART® or Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus.
• LARGE, EASY-To -REAd two-line display shows the process measurement and temperature.
• SiMPLE MENu STRu CTu RE.
• Ro Bu ST NEMA 4X ENCLo Su RE.
• iNTRiNSiCALLY SAFE d ESiGN allows the transmitter to be used in hazardous environments
(with appropriate safety barriers).
•
•
•
•
•
No N-Vo LATiLE MEMo RY retains program settings and calibration data during power failures.
MEASu RES Co Nd u CTiViTY, RESiSTiViTY, o R Cu STo M Cu RVE VARiABLE.
Au To MATiC TC RECo GNiTio N simplifies start up.
Au To MATiC/MANu AL TEMPERATu RE Co MPENSATio N ensures accurate monitoring and control.
Au To MATiC Co MPENSATio N Fo R SENSo R CABLE RESiSTANCE improves accuracy of high
conductivity/ low resistivity measurements.
• Bu iLT-iN TEMPERATu RE Co MPENSATio N ALGo RiTHMS include straight slope, ultra-pure
water, cation conductivity, and no compensation.
1.1 FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS
The Model 5081-C can be used to measure conductivity
in a variety of process liquids. The 5081 is compatible
with most Rosemount Analytical sensors. See the
Specifications section for details.
The transmitter has a rugged, weatherproof, corrosionresistant enclosure (NEMA 4X and iP65) of epoxy-painted
aluminum. The enclosure also meets explosion-proof
standards.
The transmitter has a two-line seven-segment display.
The main measurement appears in 0.8-inch (20 mm) high
numerals. The secondary measurement, temperature
(and pH if free chlorine is being measured), appears in
0.3-inch (7 mm) high digits.
Two digital communication protocols are available: HART
(model option -HT) and Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus (model
option -FF). d igital communications allows access to AMS
(Asset Management Solutions). u se AMS to set up and
configure the transmitter, read process variables, and
troubleshoot problems from a personal computer or host
anywhere in the plant.
A handheld infrared remote controller or the HART and
Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus Model 375 communicator can also
be used for programming and calibrating the transmitter.
The remote controller works from as far away as six feet.
Housed in a rugged NEMA 4X case, the 5081C measures
conductivity or resistivity in the harshest environments.
Transmitter can also be configured, using the "Custom
Curve" feature, to measure ppm, %, or a no unit variable
according to a programmable conductivity vs. variable
curve. The transmitter will automatically recognize the
type of RTd (Pt100 or Pt1000) being used.
Measurements are automatically corrected for the resistance of the sensor cable to improve accuracy of high conductivity readings. The 5081C provides several
temperature compensation algorithms to ensure optimal
performance: linear slope, ultra-pure water (neutral salt),
or cation conductivity. Alternatively, temperature compensation feature can be turned off to provide display of raw
conductivity.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Housing: Cast aluminum with epoxy coating. NEMA 4X
(iP65). Neoprene o -ring cover seals.
Dimensions: 160.5 mm x 175.3 mm x 161.3 mm (6.3 in.
x 6.9 in. x 6.4 in.) See drawing.
Conduit Openings: ¾-in. FNPT
Ambient Temperature: -4 to 149°F (-20 to 65°C)
Storage Temperature: -22 to 176°F (-30 to 80°C)
Relative Humidity: 0 to 95% (non-condensing)
w eight/Shipping w eight: 10 lb/10 lb (4.5/5.0 kg)
Display: Two-line LCd ; first line shows process variable
(pH, o RP, conductivity, % concentration, oxygen,
ozone, or chlorine), second line shows process temperature and output current. For pH/chlorine combination, the second line can be toggled to show pH. Fault
and warning messages, when triggered, alternate with
temperature and output readings.
First line: 7 segment LCd , 0.8 in. (20 mm) high.
Second line: 7 segment LCd , 0.3 in. (7mm) high.
d isplay board can be rotated 90 degrees clockwise or
counterclockwise.
d uring calibration and programming, messages and
prompts appear in the second line.
Temperature resolution: 0.1°C
Hazardous Location Approval: For details, see specifications for the measurement of interest.
RFI/EMI: EN-61326
Digital Communications:
HART —
Power & Load Requirements:
Supply voltage at the transmitter terminals should be at
least 12 Vdc. Power supply voltage should cover the voltage drop on the cable plus the external load resistor
required for HART communications (250 W minimum).
Minimum power supply voltage is 12 Vdc. Maximum
power supply voltage is 42.4 Vdc (30 Vdc for intrinsically
safe operation). The graph shows the supply voltage
required to maintain 12 Vdc (upper line) and 30 Vdc
(lower line) at the transmitter terminals when the current is
22 mA.
Analog Output: Two-wire, 4-20 mA output with superimposed HART digital signal. Fully scalable over the
operating range of the sensor.
Output accuracy: ±0.05 mA
2
HART option
FOUNDATION FIELDBUS —
Power & Load Requirements: A power supply voltage of
9-32 Vdc at 22 mA is required.
1.2.2 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Calibration: Calibration is easily accomplished by
immersing the sensor in a known solution and entering its value or entering the cell constant for ultra pure
applications.
Automatic Temperature Compensation:
3-wire Pt 100 or Pt 1000 RTd
Conductivity: 0 to 200°C (32 to 392°F)
Resistivity: 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F)
Low Conductivity: 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F)
Diagnostics: The internal diagnostics can detect:
Calibration Error
Zero Error
Temperature Slope Error Low Temperature Error
High Temperature Error Sensor Failure
Line Failure
CPu Failure
Ro M Failure
input Warning
o nce one of the above is diagnosed, the LCd will display
a message describing the failure/default detected.
Digital Communications:
HART: PV, SV, and TV assignable to measurement
(conductivity, resistivity, or concentration), temperature, and raw conductivity. Raw conductivity is measured conductivity before temperature correction.
Fieldbus: Three Ai blocks assignable to measurement
(conductivity, resistivity, or concentration), temperature, and raw conductivity. Raw conductivity is measured conductivity before temperature correction.
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.3 TRANSMITTER SPECIFICATIONS @ 25°C
1.3 HAz ARDOUS LOCATION APPROvAL
Measured Range: 0-20,000 µS/cm
Intrinsic Safety:
Class i, ii, iii, d iv. 1
Groups A-G
Accuracy: ± 0.5% of reading and ± 0.001 µS/cm
Repeatability: ± 0.25% of reading
T4
Stability: 0.25% of output range/month, non-cumulative
Tamb = 70°C
Ambient Temperature Coefficient:
± 0.05% of reading/°C
Exia Entity
Temperature Slope Adjustment: 0-5%/°C
Class ii, Groups E-G
Class i, Groups A-d
o ther temperature compensation algorithms: ultra-pure
water compensation, cation conductivity, or raw
(uncompensated) conductivity.
Class iii
T4
Compatible RTD: 100W or 1000W with Automatic
Recognition
1.2.4 LOOP SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy: under controlled laboratory conditions at 25°C
(77°F) with perfectly calibrated ENd u RANCE sensor of
appropriate cell constant:
up to 5,000 µS/cm: ± 1.0% and ± 2 least significant
digit
from 5,000 to 20,000: ± 2% of reading and ± 2 least
significant digit
1.2.5 SENSOR SELECTION GUIDELINES
Cell Constant
0.01/cm
0.1/cm
1.0/cm
Suggested Conductivity Range
up to 50 µS/cm
1.0 to 500 µS/cm
10 to 20,000 µS/cm
Note: The conductivity values shown in the above chart are for
UNCOMPENSATED (or RAW) conductivity at 25°C.
Maximum range values will vary due to temperature compensation selection, process temperature, and other process
conditions.
RECOMMENDED SENSORS:
Model 140
Retractable Conductivity
Model 141
insertion High Conductivity
Model 142
insertion Low Conductivity
Model 150
insertion/Submersion Conductivity
Model 400
Screw-in Low Conductivity
Model 400VP Screw-in Low Conductivity
Model 401
Screw-in High Conductivity
Model 402
Retractable Conductivity
Model 402VP Retractable Conductivity
Model 403
Sanitary Conductivity
Model 403VP Sanitary Conductivity
Model 404
Low Flow Conductivity
Tamb = 70°C
iECEx BAS 09.0159X
Ex ia iiC T4 Ga
ATEx
1180
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Baseefa03ATEX0099
EEx ia iiC T4
Tamb = -20°C to +65°C
ATEx and IECEx Special Conditions for Use: The model 5081
enclosure is made of aluminum alloy and is given a protective
polyurethane paint finish. However, care should be taken to protect
it from impact or abrasion if located in a zone 0 hazardous area.
Non-Incendive:
Class i, d iv. 2, Groups A-d
d ust ignition Proof
Class ii & iii, d iv. 1, Groups E-G
NEMA 4X Enclosure
Class i, d iv. 2, Groups A-d
Suitable for
Class ii, d iv. 2, Groups E-G
T4 Tamb = 70°C
Explosion-Proof:
Class i, d iv. 1, Groups B-d
Class ii, d iv. 1, Groups E-G
Class iii, d iv. 1
Class i, Groups B-d
Class ii, Groups E-G
Class iii
Tamb = 65°C max
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MODEL 5081-C
1.4 TRANSMITTER DISPLAy DURING
CALIBRATION AND PROGRAMMING
(FIGURE 1-1)
1. Continuous display of conductivity or resistivity
readings.
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
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2. u nits: µS/cm, mS/cm, ppm, or %.
3. Current menu section appears here.
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4. Submenus, prompts, and diagnostic readings
appear hear.
10.00
mS/cm
3
CALIBRATE PRo GRAM d iAGNo SE
5. Commands available in each submenu or at
each prompt appear here.
6. Hold appears when the transmitter is in hold.
2
©
CALIbrAtE
Ex IT
5
NEx T
ENTER
4
7. Fault appears when the transmitter detects a
sensor or instrument fault.
8.
© flashes during digital communication.
FIGURE 1-1. TRANSMITTER DISPLAy DURING
CALIBRATION AND PROGRAMMING
The program display screen allows access to calibration and
programming menus.
1.5 INFRARED REMOTE CONTROLLER
(FIGURE 1-2)
4.
1. Pressing a menu key allows the user access to
calibrate, program, or diagnostic menus.
2. Press ENTER to store data and settings. Press
NEXT to move from one submenu to the next.
Press EXiT to leave without storing changes.
3. u se the editing arrow keys to scroll through lists
of allowed settings or to change a numerical setting to the desired value.
4. Pressing Ho Ld puts the transmitter in hold and
sends the output current to a pre-programmed
value. Pressing RESET causes the transmitter
to abandon the present menu operation and
return to the main display.
3.
1.
2.
FIGURE 1-2. INFRARED REMOTE CONTROLLER
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.6 HART COMMUNICATIONS
1.6.1 Ov ERv IEw OF HART COMMUNICATION
HART (highway addressable remote transducer) is a digital communication system in which two frequencies are superimposed on the 4 to 20 mA output signal from the transmitter. A 1200 Hz sine wave represents the digit 1, and a 2400 Hz
sine wave represents the digit 0. Because the average value of a sine wave is zero, the digital signal adds no dc component to the analog signal. HART permits digital communication while retaining the analog signal for process control.
The HART protocol, originally developed by Fisher-Rosemount, is now overseen by the independent HART
Communication Foundation. The Foundation ensures that all HART devices can communicate with one another. For more
information about HART communications, call the HART Communication Foundation at (512) 794-0369. The internet
address is http://www.hartcomm.org.
1.6.2 HART INTERFACE DEv ICES
HART communicators allow the user to view measurement data (pH, o RP and temperature), program the transmitter, and
download information from the transmitter for transfer to a computer for analysis. d ownloaded information can also be sent
to another HART transmitter. Either a hand-held communicator, such as the Rosemount Model 375, or a computer can be
used. HART interface devices operate from any wiring termination point in the 4 - 20 mA loop. A minimum load of 250 ohms
must be present between the transmitter and the power supply. See Figure 1-3.
if your communicator does not recognize the Model 5081-C transmitter, the device description library may need updating.
Call the manufacturer of your HART communication device for updates.
4-20 mA + d igital
250
ohm
Model 5081-C-HT
Two-wire
Transmitter
Control System
Hand Held
Communicator
(“Configurator”)
Bridge
Computer
FIGURE 1-3. HART Communicators.
Both the Rosemount Model 375 (or 475) and a computer can be used to communicate
with a HART transmitter. The 250 ohm load (minimum) must be present between the
transmitter and the power supply.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
1.7 FOUNDATION FIELDBUS
Figure 1-4 shows a 5081-C-FF being used to measure conductivity. The figure also shows three ways in which Fieldbus
communication can be used to read process variables and configure the transmitter.
FIGURE 1-4. CONFIGURING MODEL 5081-C TRANSMITTER w ITH FOUNDATION FIELDBUS
1.8 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model: 5081-C-FF Fieldbus Transmitter
Type: Contacting Conductivity Transmitter
Device ITK Profile: 6 (Released for iTK 6.0.0 / 6.0.1)
Manufacturer Identification (MANUFAC_ID): 0x524149
Device Type (DEv _Ty PE): 0x4084
Device Revision (DEv _REv ): 0x03
Linkmaster: Yes
Number of Link Objects: 20
v CR’s supported: 20
Mandatory Features:
• Resource Block
• Alarm and Events
• Function Block Linking
• Trending
• Multi-Bit Alert Reporting
• Field d iagnostics
Additional Features:
• Common Software d ownload
• Block instantiation
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•
•
•
•
Supports d eltaV Auto Commissioning
Supports d eltaV Auto Replacement
Supports d eltaV Firmware Live d ownload
PlantWeb Alerts with re-annunciation / multibit
Supports Easy Configuration Assistant
Function Blocks (Execution Time):
• 4 – Analog input Blocks (15 mseconds)
• Ai Block Channels:
Channel 1: Conductivity, Resistivity, Concentration
Channel 2: Temperature
Channel 3: Raw Conductivity
• Proportional integral d erivative (25 mseconds)
Power:
• Two Wire d evice; Fieldbus Polarity insensitive
• Current d raw: 21 mA
• d evice Certifications: iS / FiSCo
• Maximum certified input Voltage for iS: 30V
• Maximum certified input current for iS: 300mA
• Maximum certified input power for iS: 1.3W
• internal Capacitance (Ci): 0 nF
• internal inductance (Li): 0 μH
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 1.0
DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
FIGURE 1-5. AMS MAIN MENU TOOLS
1.9 ASSET MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Asset Management Solutions (AMS) is software that helps plant personnel better monitor the performance of analytical
instruments, pressure and temperature transmitters, and control valves. Continuous monitoring means maintenance personnel can anticipate equipment failures and plan preventative measures before costly breakdown maintenance is
required.
AMS uses remote monitoring. The operator, sitting at a computer, can view measurement data, change program settings,
read diagnostic and warning messages, and retrieve historical data from any HART-compatible device, including the Model
5081-C transmitter. Although AMS allows access to the basic functions of any HART compatible device, Rosemount
Analytical has developed additional software for that allows access to all features of the Model 5081-C transmitter.
AMS can play a central role in plant quality assurance and quality control. u sing AMS Audit Trail, plant operators can track
calibration frequency and results as well as warnings and diagnostic messages. The information is available to Audit Trail
whether calibrations were done using the infrared remote controller, the Model 375 HART communicator, or AMS software.
AMS operates in Windows 95. See Figure 1-5 for a sample screen. AMS communicates through a HART-compatible
modem with any HART transmitters, including those from other manufacturers. AMS is also compatible with
Fo u Nd ATio NÔ Fieldbus, which allows future upgrades to Fieldbus instruments.
Rosemount Analytical AMS windows provide access to all transmitter measurement and configuration variables. The
user can read raw data, final data, and program settings and can reconfigure the transmitter from anywhere in the plant.
Figures 1-6 and 1-7 show two of the many configuration and measurement screens available using HART AMS. Figure
1-8 shows a configuration screen available through AMS inside using Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Unpacking and Inspection
Orienting the Display Board
Mechanical Installation
Power Supply/Current Loop — Model 5081-C-HT
Power Supply w iring for Model 5081-C-FF
2.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
inspect the shipping container. if it is damaged, contact the shipper immediately for instructions. Save the box. if there is
no apparent damage, remove the transmitter. Be sure all items shown on the packing list are present. if items are missing, immediately notify Rosemount Analytical.
Save the shipping container and packaging. They can be reused if it is later necessary to return the transmitter to the factory.
2.2 ORIENTING THE DISPLAy BOARD
The display board can be rotated 90 degrees, clockwise or counterclockwise, from the original position. To reposition the
display:
1. Loosen the cover lock nut until the tab disengages from the circuit end cap. u nscrew the cap.
2. Remove the three bolts holding the circuit board stack.
3. Lift and rotate the display board 90 degrees, clockwise or counterclockwise, into the desired position.
4. Position the display board on the stand offs. Replace and tighten the bolts.
5. Replace the circuit end cap.
2.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
2.3.1 General information
1. The transmitter tolerates harsh environments. For best results, install the transmitter in an area where temperature
extremes, vibrations, and electromagnetic and radio frequency interference are minimized or absent.
2. To prevent unintentional exposure of the transmitter circuitry to the plant environment, keep the security lock in place
over the circuit end cap. To remove the circuit end cap, loosen the lock nut until the tab disengages from the end cap,
then unscrew the cover.
3. The transmitter has two 3/4-inch conduit openings, one on each side of the housing. Run sensor cable through the left
side opening (as viewed from the wiring terminal end of the transmitter) and run power wiring through the right side
opening.
4. u se weathertight cable glands to keep moisture out of the transmitter.
5. if conduit is used, plug and seal the connections at the transmitter housing to prevent moisture from getting inside the
transmitter.
NOTE
Moisture accumulating in the transmitter housing can affect the performance of the transmitter and may void the warranty.
6. if the transmitter is installed some distance from the sensor, a remote junction box with preamplifier in the junction box
or in the sensor may be necessary. Consult the sensor instruction manual for maximum cable lengths.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.3.2 Mounting on a Flat Surface.
See Figure 2-1.
MILLIMETER
INCH
FIGURE 2-1. Mounting the Model 5081-C Conductivity Transmitter on a Flat Surface
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.3.3 Pipe Mounting.
See Figure 2-2. The pipe mounting kit (PN 2002577) accommodates 1-1/2 to 2 in. pipe.
MILLIMETER
INCH
d WG. No .
40308104
REV.
G
d WG. No .
40308103
REV.
C
FIGURE 2-2. Using the Pipe Mounting Kit to Attach the Model 5081-C Conductivity Transmitter to a Pipe
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
2.3.4 Contacting Loops.
The Model 5081-C conductivity transmitter is designed to make accurate measurements while in contact with the process
stream. Measurements can also be tailored to high temperature and/or high pressure streams.
2.3.5 Sensor Selection.
All Rosemount Analytical contacting conductivity sensors with PT100 RTd or PT1000 RTd are compatible with the Model
5081-C transmitter. Please refer to Figures 3-5 thru 3-9 for appropriate sensor to transmitter wiring. The sensor cable
should be routed through the left inlet closest to the connector.
Choose a contacting conductivity sensor that is appropriate for your process conditions and range of conductivity measurement.
TABLE 2-1. Model 5081-C Sensor Selection
Cell Constant
Range
0.01
0 to 200 µS/cm
0.1
0 to 2,000 µS/cm
1.0
0 to 20,000 µS/cm
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MODEL 5081-C
2.4
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
POw ER SUPPLy /CURRENT LOOP
— MODEL 5081-C-HT
2.4.1 Power Supply and Load Requirements.
Refer to Figure 2-3.
The minimum power supply voltage is 12.5 Vdc
and the maximum is 42.4 Vdc. The top line on the
graph gives the voltage required to maintain at
least 12.5 Vdc at the transmitter terminals when
the output signal is 22 mA. The lower line is the
supply voltage required to maintain a 30 Vdc terminal voltage when the output signal is 22 mA.
The power supply must provide a surge current during the first 80 milliseconds of start-up. For a 24 Vdc
power supply and a 250 ohm load resistor the surge
current is 40 mA. For all other supply voltage and
resistance combinations the surge current is not
expected to exceed 70 mA.
FIGURE 2-3. Load/Power Supply Requirements
For digital (HART or AMS) communications, the load must be at least 250 ohms. To supply the 12.5 Vdc lift off voltage at
the transmitter, the power supply voltage must be at least 18 Vdc.
For intrinsically safe operation the supply voltage should not exceed 30.0 Vdc.
2.4.2 Power Supply-Current Loop w iring. Refer to Figure 2-4.
Run the power/signal wiring through the
opening nearest terminals 15 and 16. u se
shielded cable and ground the shield at the
power supply. To ground the transmitter,
attach the shield to the grounding screw on
the inside of the transmitter case. A third
wire can also be used to connect the transmitter case to earth ground.
NOTE
For optimum EMi/RFi immunity, the
power supply/output cable should be
shielded and enclosed in an earthgrounded metal conduit.
d o not run power supply/signal wiring in
the same conduit or cable tray with AC
power lines or with relay actuated signal
cables. Keep power supply/ signal wiring at
least 6 ft (2 m) away from heavy electrical
equipment.
An additional 0-1 mA current loop is available between TB-14 and TB-15. A 1 mA current in this loop signifies a sensor fault. See
Figure 4-3 for wiring instructions. See
Section 8.4 or 10.6 and Section 12.0 for
more information about sensor faults.
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FIGURE 2-4. Model 5081-C-HT Power w iring Details
MODEL 5081-C
2.5
SECTION 2.0
INSTALLATION
POw ER SUPPLy w IRING FOR
MODEL 5081-C-FF
2.5.1 Power Supply w iring. Refer to Figure 2-5 and
Figure 2-6.
Run the power/signal wiring through the opening nearest
terminals 15 and 16. u se shielded cable and ground the
shield at the power supply. To ground the transmitter,
attach the shield to the grounding screw on the inside of
the transmitter case. A third wire can also be used to connect the transmitter case to earth ground.
NOTE
For optimum EMi/RFi immunity, the power supply/output cable should be shielded and
enclosed in an earth-grounded metal conduit.
d o not run power supply/signal wiring in the same conduit or cable tray with AC power lines or with relay actuated signal cables. Keep power supply/signal wiring at
least 6 ft (2 m) away from heavy electrical equipment.
5081-C pH/o RP
Transmitter
5081-C pH/o RP
Transmitter
FIGURE 2-5. Typical Fieldbus Network Electrical
w iring Configuration
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FIGURE 2-6. Model 5081-C-FF Power w iring Details
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
3.1
3.2
Sensor w iring
Electrical Installation
3.1 SENSOR w IRING
Wire sensor as shown below in Figure 3-1. Keep sensor wiring separate from power wiring. For best EMi/RFi protection,
use shielded output signal cable in an earth-grounded metal conduit. Refer to the sensor instruction manual for more
details.
Recommended Transmitter Settings*
Software Settings
Process Stream
Type
Contacting Conductivity
in the range 20 to
20,000 mS/cm (default)
LinEAr
u ltrapure water
up to 20mS/cm
n SALt
Cation Water
CAtio n
* Assumes 1.0 cell constant.
FIGURE 3-1. w iring Model 5081C-HT
3.1.1 w IRING THROUGH A j UNCTION BOx
The sensor can be wired to the analyzer through a remote junction box (PN 23550-00). Wire the extension cable and sensor cable point-to-point. Refer to the sensor instruction manual for more details.
Factory-terminated (PN 23747-00) and unterminated (PN 9200275) connecting cable are available. The use of factory-terminated cable is strongly recommended. To prepare unterminated cable for use, follow the instructions in the sensor
instruction manual.
For maximum EMi/RFi protection, the outer braid of the sensor cable should be connected to the outer braided shield of
the extension cable. At the instrument, connect the outer braid of the extension cable to earth ground.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
3.1.2 POw ER w IRING MODEL 5081-C-HT
For general purpose areas, wire power as shown
in Figure 3-2. For hazardous areas, please see
hazardous area installation drawings.
FIGURE 3-2. Power Supply/Current Loop w iring for Model 5081-C-HT
3.1.3 POw ER w IRING MODEL 5081-C-FF
For general purpose areas, wire power as shown
in Figure 3-3. For hazardous areas, please see
hazardous area installation drawings.
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FIGURE 3-3. Power Supply/Current Loop w iring for Model 5081-C-FF
FIGURE 3-4. Power Supply and Sensor w iring for Model 5081-C
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
3.2 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
All Rosemount Analytical contacting conductivity sensors with PT100 RTd or PT1000 RTd are compatible with the Model
5081-C transmitter. Please refer to Figures 3-5 thru 3-9 for appropriate sensor to transmitter wiring. The sensor cable
should be routed through the left inlet closest to the connector.
NOTE
o ptimum EMi/RFi immunity may be achieved on sensors whose interconnecting cable has an outer braided shield by
utilizing a cable gland fitting that provides for continuity between the braided shield and the transmitter enclosure. An
equivalent conduit connector may also be used if the sensor cable is to be enclosed in conduit.
FIGURE 3-5. Contacting Conductivity Sensor to Transmitter 5081-C
*Note: Connect gray wire of sensor to terminal 11 for high conductivity ranges or to terminal 12 for low
conductivity ranges. See Table 2-1 for range selection.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
FIGURE 3-6. Model 5081-C with j -Box — 140 Series Sensor w iring Details
FIGURE 3-7. Model 5081-C — 150 and 400 Series Sensor w iring Details
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 3.0
w IRING
FIGURE 3-8. Model 5081-C with Contacting Conductivity Sensor
FIGURE 3-9. Model 5081-C — w iring to Model 400 ENDURANCE Sensors
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
4.1 INTRINSICALLy SAFE AND Ex PLOSION-PROOF INSTALLATIONS FOR MODEL
5081-C-HT
For CSA, FM, & Baseefa/ATEX approvals for the infrared Remote Control, see Figure 4-1 (below).
For FMRC Explosion-Proof installation, see Figure 4-3.
For FM intrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-4.
For FM intrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-5.
For CSA instrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-6.
For CSA instrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-7.
For ATEX instrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-8.
For ATEX instrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-9.
4.2 INTRINSICALLy SAFE AND Ex PLOSION-PROOF INSTALLATIONS FOR MODEL
5081-C-FF
For CSA, FM, & Baseefa/ATEX approvals for the infrared Remote Control, see Figure 4-2 (below).
For FMRC Explosion-Proof installation, see Figure 4-10.
For FM intrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-11.
For FM intrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-12.
For CSA instrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-13.
For CSA instrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-14.
For ATEX instrinsically Safe Label, see Figure 4-15.
For ATEX instrinsically Safe installation, see Figure 4-16.
SUBSTITUTION OF
C O M P O N E N T S M Ay
I M PA I R I N T R I N S I C S A F E T y
PN 23572-00
w ARNING:
TO PREv ENT IGNITION
C H A N G E B AT T E R I E S I N
A NONHAz ARDOUS AREA
O N Ly
IS/I/1/A,B,C & D
NI/I/2/A,B,C & D
T 4 Ta m b = 4 0 ° C
T 3 A Ta m b = 8 0 ° C
y EAR
IRC - INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL
LR 34186
Exia
I N T R I N S I C A L Ly S A F E E Q U I P M E N T
H A z A R D O U S A R E A L O C AT I O N S :
CLASS I, DIv 1, GP A, B, C, D
CLASS I, DIv 2, GP A, B, C, D
T 3 C Ta m b = 4 0 ° C
T 3 Ta m b = 8 0 ° C
1 . 5 v d c A A A B AT T E R I E S
Ev EREADy E92/1212
DURACELL MN2400/PC2400
REMOTE CONTROL
B a s e e f a 0 2 AT E x 0 1 9 8
II 1G EExia IIC T4
11 8 0
1 . 5 v d c A A A B AT T E R I E S
Ev EREADy E92/1212
DURACELL MN2400/PC2400
R O S E M O U N T A N A Ly T I C A L 9 2 6 0 6 U S A
FIGURE 4-1. Model 5081-C-HT Infrared Remote Control — CSA, FM, & Baseefa/ATEx approvals
SUBSTITUTION OF
C O M P O N E N T S M Ay
I M PA I R I N T R I N S I C S A F E T y
PN 23572-00
w ARNING:
TO PREv ENT IGNITION
C H A N G E B AT T E R I E S I N
A NONHAz ARDOUS AREA
O N Ly
IS/I/1/A,B,C & D
NI/I/2/A,B,C & D
T 4 Ta m b = 4 0 ° C
T 3 A Ta m b = 8 0 ° C
y EAR
IRC - INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL
LR 34186
Exia
I N T R I N S I C A L Ly S A F E E Q U I P M E N T
H A z A R D O U S A R E A L O C AT I O N S :
CLASS I, DIv 1, GP A, B, C, D
CLASS I, DIv 2, GP A, B, C, D
T 3 C Ta m b = 4 0 ° C
T 3 Ta m b = 8 0 ° C
1 . 5 v d c A A A B AT T E R I E S
Ev EREADy E92/1212
DURACELL MN2400/PC2400
REMOTE CONTROL
B a s e e f a 0 2 AT E x 0 1 9 8
II 1G EExia IIC T4
11 8 0
1 . 5 v d c A A A B AT T E R I E S
Ev EREADy E92/1212
DURACELL MN2400/PC2400
R O S E M O U N T A N A Ly T I C A L 9 2 6 0 6 U S A
FIGURE 4-2. Model 5081-C-FF Infrared Remote Control — CSA, FM, & Baseefa/ATEx approvals
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FIGURE 4-3. FMRC Explosion-Proof Installation for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-4. FM Intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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FIGURE 4-5. FM Intrinsically Safe Installation for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-6. CSA Intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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FIGURE 4-7. CSA Intrinsically Safe Installation for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-8. ATEx Intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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FIGURE 4-9. ATEx Intrinsically Safe Installation for Model 5081-C-HT
MODEL 5081-C
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-10. FM Intrinsically Safe Installation for Model 5081-C-FF
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-11. CSA Intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-FF
MODEL 5081-C
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FIGURE 4-12. CSA Intrinsically Safe Installation for Model 5081-C-FF
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
FIGURE 4-13. ATEx Intrinsically Safe Label for Model 5081-C-FF
MODEL 5081-C
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SECTION 4.0
INTRINSICALLy SAFE & Ex PLOSION PROOF
SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Displays
Infrared Remote Controller (IRC) - Key Functions
Quick Start for Model 5081-C-HT
Quick Start for Model 5081-C-FF
Menu Trees
Diagnostic Messages
Default Settings
Security
Using Hold
5.1 DISPLAy S
Figure 5-1 shows the process display screen, and Figure 5-2 shows the program display screen.
Conductivity value
10.00
mS/cm
Temperature in °C or °F
FIGURE 5-1. Process Display Screen
The process display screen appears during normal operation.
indicates HART or Fo u Nd ATio N fieldbus
digital communications
Appears when a disabling
condition has occurred
(see Section 7.3.2)
Appears when transmitter
is in hold (see Section 6.3)
Conductivity value
F
A
u
L
T
H
o
L
d
u nits of display
©
10.00
mS/cm
Active menu: CALiBRATE,
PRo GRAM, or d iAGNo SE
CALIBRATE PRo GRAM d iAGNo SE
CALIbrAtE
Available commands for submenu, prompt, or diagnostic
Ex IT
NEx T
ENTER
Sub-menus, prompts, and
diagnostic messages appear
here
FIGURE 5-2. Program Display Screen
The program display screen appears when calibrating, programming, or reading diagnostic messages.
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.2 INFRARED REMOTE CONTROLLER (IRC) - KEy FUNCTIONS
The infrared remote controller is used to calibrate and program the transmitter and to read diagnostic messages.
See Figure 5-3 for a description of the function of the keys.
RESET - Press to end the current operation and return to the process display.
Changes will No T be saved. RESET
does not return the transmitter to factory
default settings.
Editing Keys - u se the editing keys to
change the value of a flashing display.
The left and right arrow keys move the
cursor one digit at a time across a number. The up and down arrow keys
increase or decrease the value of the
selected digit. The up and down arrow
keys also scroll the display through the
items in a list.
CAL - Press to access the calibrate
menu.*
PROG - Press to access the program
menu.*
HOLD - Press to access the prompt
that turns on or off the Hold function.
Ho Ld puts the transmitter in hold mode
and sets the output to a pre-programmed value. Press RESET to exit
hold mode.
ENTER - Press to advance from a submenu to the first prompt under the submenu. Pressing ENTER also stores the
selected item or value in memory and
advances to the next prompt.
NEx T - Press to advance to the next
sub-menu.
Ex IT - Press to end the current operation. The transmitter returns to the first
prompt in the present sub-menu.
Changes will No T be saved.
DIAG - Press to view diagnostic messages.*
* Pressing CAL, PROG, or DIAG causes
the program screen to appear with the
selected menu (CALIBRATE, PROGRAM,
OR DIAGNOSE) showing. See Figure 5-2.
The first sub-menu (or the first diagnostic
message) also appears. Figure 5-4 shows
the complete menu tree.
FIGURE 5-3. Infrared Remote Controller.
Hold the iRC within 6 feet of the transmitter, and not more than 15 degrees from horizontal to the display window.
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.3 QUICK START FOR MODEL 5081-C-HT (HART)
1. o n the Remote, press PRo G, NEXT, NEXT, ENTER.
2. u se the arrow buttons to select COnduc (conductivity), rStvty (resistivity), or CuSt (custom curve) mode.
Press ENTER. if you chose ConduC or rStvty , go to step 4.
3. if you selected CuST, you will see the Setup Custom screen. To move to the custom curve configuration menu,
press ENTER. You will automatically return to this same Setup Custom screen after configuration is complete.
To continue transmitter display programming, press NEXT in the Setup Custom screen.
4. u se the arrow keys to toggle temperature units between Celsius and Farenheit.
5. Press ENTER then RESET.
6. Press PRo G, NEXT, ENTER.
7. u se the arrow key to toggle t AutO to o n or o FF to select using either the process temperature (tAutO = o n)
or a manual temperature (tAutO = o FF). Press ENTER. if you selected t AutO = o FF, you will be prompted to
enter the manual temperature; use the arrow keys, then press ENTER.
8. if you selected CondUC or rStvty in step 2, you will see a COMP (Temperature Compensation type) screen.
u se the arrow keys to select desired temperature compensation: LinEAr (linear), n SALt (neutral salt), CatIOn
(cation conductivity), or nOnE (raw or uncompensated conductivity). Press ENTER. if you are in LinEAR mode,
you can now enter a particular temperature slope (default is 2%/degC), then press ENTER to apply the slope.
9. Press RESET.
10. Press CAL, NEXT four times, then ENTER.
11. u se the arrow buttons to enter the cell constant of the sensor. Press ENTER.
12. if you are in rStvty , n SALt, Cation, or nOne (raw) mode, quick start is complete, proceed to step 20.
13. if you are in LinEAR mode, press EXiT, CAL, NEXT, ENTER.
14. Hold the sensor in air to zero. Press ENTER. PrOCESSIng will appear briefly. Press EXiT.
15. Place the sensor in a solution of known conductivity value. Press CAL, ENTER.
16. u se the arrow buttons to enter the current conductivity value of the solution. Press ENTER.
17. Press RESET.
To reset transmiter to factory default settings:
1. Press PRo GRAM, then NEXT five times. The screen should say "dEFAULt". Press ENTER.
2. u se the arrow keys to toggle between nO (retain your configuration and calibration settings) and y ES (restore
factory default settings to all variables).
3. Press ENTER, then EXiT.
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DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.4 QUICK START FOR MODEL 5081-C-FF (FOUNDATION FIELDBUS)
1. o n the Remote, press PRo G, NEXT, ENTER.
2. u se the arrow buttons to select COnduc (conductivity), rStvty (resistivity), or CuSt (custom curve) mode. Press
ENTER. if you chose ConduC or rStvty , go to step 4.
3. if you selected CuST, you will see the Setup Custom screen. To move to the custom curve configuration menu, press
ENTER. You will automatically return to this same Setup Custom screen after configuration is complete. To continue
transmitter display programming, press NEXT in the Setup Custom screen.
4. u se the arrow keys to toggle temperature units between Celsius and Farenheit.
5. Press ENTER then RESET.
6. Press PRo G, ENTER.
7. u se the arrow key to toggle t AutO to o n or o FF to select using either the process temperature (tAutO = o n) or a
manual temperature (tAutO = o FF). Press ENTER. if you selected t AutO = o FF, you will be prompted to enter the
manual temperature; use the arrow keys, then press ENTER.
8. if you selected CondUC or rStvty in step 2, you will see a COMP (Temperature Compensation type) screen. u se the
arrow keys to select desired temperature compensation: LinEAr (linear), n SALt (neutral salt), CatIOn (cation conductivity), or nOnE (raw or uncompensated conductivity). Press ENTER. if you are in LinEAR mode, you can now enter
a particular temperature slope (default is 2%/degC), then press ENTER to apply the slope.
9. Press RESET.
10. Press CAL, NEXT, NEXT, NEXT, NEXT, ENTER.
11. u se the arrow buttons to enter the cell constant of the sensor. Press ENTER.
12. if you are in rStvty , n SALt, Cation, or nOne (raw) mode, quick start is complete, proceed to step 20.
13. if you are in LinEAR mode, press EXiT, CAL, NEXT, ENTER.
14. Hold the sensor in air to zero. Press ENTER. PrOCESSIng will appear briefly. Press EXiT.
15. Place the sensor in a solution of known conductivity value. Press CAL, ENTER.
16. u se the arrow buttons to enter the current conductivity value of the solution. Press ENTER.
17. Press RESET.
To reset transmiter to factory default settings:
1. Press PRo GRAM, NEXT, NEXT, NEXT. The screen should say "dEFAULt". Press ENTER.
2. u se the arrow keys to toggle between nO (retain your configuration and calibration settings) and y ES (restore factory
default settings to all variables).
3. Press ENTER, then EXiT.
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.5 MENU TREE - Conductivity
The Model 5081-C pH transmitter has three menus: CALiBRATE, PRo GRAM, and d iAGNo SE. u nder the Calibrate
and Program menus are several sub-menus. Figure 5-4 shows the complete menu tree for Model 5081-C-HT. Figure
5-5 shows the complete menu tree for Model 5081-C-FF.
FIGURE 5-4. Menu Tree for Model 5081-C-HT
Model 5081C-HT
Process d isplay Screen
CALIbrAtE
SEnSOr 0
5000
CALIBRATION
µS/cm
25.0C 12.00mA
tEMP AdJ
Mtr CAL
CELL COnSt
CAL key
PROG key
DIAG key
HOLD key
tEMP SLOPE1
OUtPUt CAL
OutPut
tEMP
Process Display
PROGRAM
dISPLAY
HArt
SEtUP CuST
dEFAULT
AbS C
0 air
CELL COnSt
DIAGNOSTICS
tSLOPE1
CAL F
5081-C-Ht
SoFt
HArd
FaULTs
Program Menu Mnemonics
OUtPUt
4MA
20MA
HoLd
FAULt
dPn
tESt
tEMP
tAUtO
tMAn
dISPLAY
tYP
tEMP
OUtPUt
COdE
Current output menu header
4mA current output (setpoint)
20mA current output (setpoint)
Current output on hold
Fault condition current output setting
Current output dampening time
Current output test value
Temperature menu header
Automatic temperature compensation
Manual temperature compensation input
d isplay menu header
Conductivity measurement type
°C / °F toggle selection
Current (mA) or percent of full scale display
Security code
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
Model 5081-C-FF
Process d isplay Screen
CALIbrAtE
SEnSOr 0
5000
CALIBRATION
µS/cm
25.0C
tEMP AdJ
Mtr CAL
CELL COnSt
CAL key
PROG key
DIAG key
HOLD key
tEMP SLOPE1
tEMP
Process Display
PROGRAM
dISPLAY
SEtUP CuST
dEFAULT
AbS C
0 air
CELL COnSt
DIAGNOSTICS
tSLOPE1
CAL F
5081-C-Ff
SoFt
HArd
FaULTs
FIGURE 5-5. Menu Tree for Model 5081-C-FF
Program Menu Mnemonics
HoLd
FAULt
dPn
tEMP
tAUtO
tMAn
dISPLAY
tYP
tEMP
COdE
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Transmitter on hold
System disability fault condition
Current output dampening time
Temperature menu header
Automatic temperature compensation
Manual temperature compensation input
d isplay menu header
Conductivity measurement type
°C / °F toggle selection
Security code
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.6 DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES
Whenever a warning or fault limit has been exceeded, the transmitter displays diagnostic messages to aid in troubleshooting. d iagnostic messages appear in the same area as the temperature/output readings in the process display
screen (see Figure 5-2). The display alternates between the regular display and the diagnostic message. Figure 5-4
shows the diagnostic fault messages for conductivity for Model 5081-C-HT. Figure 5-4 shows the diagnostic fault messages for conductivity for Model 5081-C-FF. if more than one warning or fault message has been generated, the messages appear alternately.
See Section 8.0, Troubleshooting, for the meanings of the fault and warning messages.
5.7 DEFAULT SETTINGS
Table 5-1 shows the diagnostic fault messages for pH for Model 5081-C-FF. Table 5-2 shows the diagnostic fault messages for pH for Model 5081-C-HT.
TABLE 5-1. Default Settings for Model 5081-C-FF
vARIABLE NAME
Program Menu
MNEMONIC
FACTORy SETTINGS
CUSTOMER SETTINGS
Temperature
temp
Auto temperature compensation
tauto
on
___________
Manual temperature
tman
25.0°C (overridden by auto)
___________
COMP (Linear or n salt
or Cation or nOnE)
LinEAr
___________
typ (ConduC or
rstvty or Cust)
ConduC
___________
Temperature (°C or °F)
temp
C
___________
Security Code
code
000
___________
Custom Curve
SEtUP
CuSt
___________
Reference temperature
t ref
25.0°C
___________
Cell constant
CELL Const
1.00
___________
Temperature slope
tEMP slOpe
2.000
___________
Temperature compensation algorithm
Display
Measurement type
display
Calibrate Menu
Diagnose Menu
Diagnose
SAMPLE READINGS
(Each segment displays the current value in the transmitter.)
Absolute conductivity
Abs
1000 µS
___________
o ff Set
0 Air
0.0 µS
___________
CELL COnSt
1.000
___________
tslope
2.000
___________
Calibration factor
CAL F
1.000
___________
Software version
soft
A02.10
___________
Hardware version
HArd
01
___________
FaULTS
none
___________
Cell constant (Linear mode)
Temperature slope
Show fault warnings
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
TABLE 5-2. Default Settings for Model 5081-C-HT
vARIABLE NAME
MNEMONIC
FACTORy SETTINGS
CUSTOMER SETTINGS
Output
–
___________
4 mA
4 mA
0 µS
___________
20 mA
20 mA
20 mS
___________
Hold
hold
21 mA
___________
Fault
fault
22 mA
___________
d ampening
dpn
0 samples/second
___________
Test
test
04.00 mA
___________
Temperature
temp
Auto temperature compensation
tauto
on
___________
Manual temperature
tman
25.0°C (overridden by auto)
___________
COMP (Linear or n salt
or Cation or nOnE)
LinEAr
___________
typ (ConduC or
rstvty or Cust)
ConduC
___________
temp
C
___________
output
Cur
___________
Security Code
code
000
___________
Custom Curve
SEtUP
CuSt
___________
Reference temperature
t ref
25.0°C
___________
Cell constant
CELL Const
1.00
___________
Temperature slope
tEMP slOpe
2.000
___________
o utput Calibration
OUtPUt CAL
Program Menu
Output
Temperature compensation algorithm
Display
Measurement type
Temperature (°C or °F)
o utput (mA or %)
display
Calibrate Menu
___________
Diagnose Menu
Diagnose
SAMPLE READINGS
(Each segment displays the current value in the transmitter.)
Absolute conductivity
Abs
1000 µS
___________
o ff Set
0 Air
0.0 µS
___________
CELL COnSt
1.000
___________
tslope
2.000
___________
Calibration factor
CAL F
1.000
___________
Software version
soft
A02.18
___________
Hardware version
HArd
01
___________
FaULTS
none
___________
Cell constant (Linear mode)
Temperature slope
Show fault warnings
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
5.8 SECURITy
5.8.1 General. u se the programmable security code to protect program and calibration
settings from accidentally being changed. The transmitter is shipped with the security feature disabled. To program a security code, refer to Section 8.6, d isplay u nits.
5.8.2 Entering the Security Code.
PRo GRAM
Id
EXiT
000
ENTER
1. if calibration and program settings are protected with a security code, pressing PRo G
or CAL on the infrared remote controller causes the Id screen to appear.
2.
u se the editing keys to enter the security code. Press ENTER .
3. if the security code is correct, the first sub-menu appears. if the security code is incorrect, the process display reappears.
5.8.3 Retrieving a Lost Security Code.
1. if the security code has been forgotten, enter 555 at the Id prompt and press ENTER .
The transmitter will display the present code.
2. Press EXiT to return to the process display.
3. Press PRo G or CAL . The Id screen appears.
4. u se the editing keys to enter the security code just shown; then press ENTER .
5. The first sub-menu under the selected menu will appear.
5.9 USING HOLD
d uring calibration, the sensor may be exposed to solutions having concentration outside the normal range of the process.
To prevent false alarms and undesired operation of chemical dosing pumps, place the transmitter in hold during calibration. Activating hold keeps the transmitter output at the last value or sends the output to a previously determined value.
See Section 7.3, o utput Ranging, for details.
After calibration, reinstall the sensor in the process stream. Wait until readings have stabilized before deactivating Hold.
To activate or deactivate Hold:
1. Press Ho Ld on the remote controller.
2. The HoLd prompt appears in the display. Press  or  to toggle Hold between On and OFF.
3. Press ENTER to save.
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SECTION 5.0
DISPLAy AND OPERATION
SECTION 6.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
6.1 ACCESSING THE CALIBRATE MENU
The “Calibrate” menu is used to calibrate the transmitter to known temperature and conductivity values. This menu also contains the temperature calibration operation to establish the temperature slope.
Figure 6-1 illustrates the relationship between the Calibrate Menu and its sub-menus. Each sub-menu leads to a series of
prompts that are used for calibration.
Model 5081C-HT
Process d isplay Screen
CALIbrAtE
SEnSOr 0
5000
CALIBRATION
µS/cm
25.0C 12.00mA
tEMP AdJ
Mtr CAL
CELL COnSt
CAL key
PROG key
DIAG key
HOLD key
tEMP SLOPE1
OUtPUt CAL
OutPut
tEMP
Process Display
PROGRAM
dISPLAY
HArt
SEtUP CuST
dEFAULT
AbS C
0 air
CELL COnSt
DIAGNOSTICS
tSLOPE1
CAL F
5081-C-Ht
SoFt
HArd
FaULTs
FIGURE 6-1. Menu Tree
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MODEL 5081-C
6.2 CALIBRATE MENU
To access the “Calibrate” menu, press the CAL key on the
infrared Remote Control. if security has been enabled, the
secondary process display will be replaced with a prompt
asking for the “id”. u sing the iRC editing keys, enter the
“id”. if the correct “id” is entered, the CALibrAtE submenu will appear when ENTER is pressed.
SECTION 6.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
Model 5081-C-HT
Model 5081-C-FF
CALIbrAtE
CALIbrAtE
SenSor 0
SenSor 0
temp adj
temp adj
mtr Cal
mtr Cal
Cell COnst
Cell COnst
Temp slope
Temp slope
if the CALibrAtE sub-menu does not appear when
ENTER is pressed, see Section 4.4 (step 8) for procedure
to find correct code.
6.2.1 Calibrate
1. With the sensor in a standard solution of known conductivity value, allow the temperature of the sensor to
stabilize (10 min).
2. To access the CALIbrAtE menu, press the CAL button
on the iRC.
Output Cal
3. Press ENTER to access the CAL segment with flashing prompt.
4. u se the iRC editing keys to indicate the conductivity values of the standard solution on the screen.
5. Press ENTER then EXiT to enter the standard solution value and return to the main screen.
6.2.2 Sensor 0
From the main screen, press CAL, then press NEXT to enter the SEnSOr 0 menu. Press ENTER to access the SEnSOr
0 sub-menu. With the sensor attached and in air, press ENTER again to zero the sensor. Press EXiT to return to the
SEnSOr 0 sub-menu.
6.2.3 Temp Adj
1. Press NEXT and then ENTER to access the tEMP sub-menu with flashing prompt. With the sensor in any solution of
known temperature, allow the temperature of the sensor to stabilize. u se the editing keys of the iRC to change the displayed value as needed.
2. Press ENTER to standardize the temperature reading and return to the tEMP Adj screen.
6.2.4 Mtr Cal
For maximum accuracy, calibrate the sensor in the process. This is labeled Mtr CAL on the 5081C and should be done
after the initial transmitter calibration and periodically thereafter as required.
To access Mtr CAL from the main screen, press CAL, then NEXT three times. Refer to Section 6.4 for the procedure.
o n-line calibration is well-suited for most conductivity measurements except ultra pure conductivity and resistivity measurements. These special applications require specialized tools to perform an accurate on-line comparison. A certified conductivity instrument with a certified flow-through conductivity cell, like the Rosemount Portable Validation instrument, can be used
for this purpose.
6.2.5 Cell Constant
1. When the CALibrAtE sub-menu has been accessed, press NEXT four (4) times and then ENTER to access the CELL
COnSt menu segment with the flashing cell constant prompt.
2. u sing the arrow keys on the iRC, enter your sensor’s cell constant as indicated on the sensor’s tag or specification
sheet.
3. Press ENTER to save the cell constant into the transmitter memory and return to the CELL COnSt sub-menu.
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SECTION 6.0
START-UP AND CALIBRATION
6.2.6 Temp Slope
1. Press NEXT to enter the tEMP SLOPE menu.
The correct temperature slope must be entered into the transmitter to ensure an acceptable process variable measurement under fluctuating process temperature conditions. Enter the slope in measured conductivity units per degree temperature change using the iRC’s arrow keys. Press ENTER to enter the slope into memory; then press EXiT to return
to the main screen.
2. if the temperature slope of the process is not known but you wish to approximate it, refer to the following guide and press
ENTER to proceed on to tSLOPE sub-menu with flashing prompt. u tilize the iRC editing keys to generate the desired
slope value. Press ENTER then EXiT to return to the main screen.
Acids: 1.0 to 1.6% per °C
Bases: 1.8 to 2.2% per °C
Salts:
Water: 2.0% per °C
2.2 to 3.0% per °C
6.2.7 Output Cal
Although the transmitter outputs are calibrated at the factory, they can
be trimmed in the field to match the reading from a standard current
meter. Both the 4 mA and the 20 mA outputs can be trimmed. d uring
output calibration the transmitter is in Hold. The output current will go
to the value programmed in Section 6.3.
FIGURE 6-2. Current Output Calibration
PROCEDURE
1. Wire an accurate milliammeter as shown in Figure 6-2.
CALiBRATE
2. Press CAL on the remote controller.
OUtpUt CAL
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
3. Press NEXT until the OUtPUt CAL submenu appears. Press ENTER.
CALiBRATE
Cur
EXiT
4.000
NEXT
ENTER
CALiBRATE
Cur
EXiT
20.00
NEXT
4. u se the arrow keys to change the display to match the reading from the milliammeter. Press ENTER.
5. u se the arrow keys to change the display to match the reading from the milliammeter. Press ENTER. Press RESET to return to the main display.
ENTER
TABLE 6-1. CALIBRATE MENU MNEMONICS
CALIbrAtE
CAL
tEMP SLOPE
Adj SLOPE
tSLOPE
CELL COnSt
SEnSOr
SEnSOr 0
tEMP AdJ
tEMP
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Calibrate menu header
Sensor calibration
Sub-menu header
Sub-menu header
Slope adjustment %/°C
Sub-menu header
Sub-menu header
Sensor "0" (performed in air)
Sub-menu header
Temperature adjustment °C/°F
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMING
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
General
Output
Temp
Display
HART
Setup Cust
Default
7.1 GENERAL
This section describes how to do the following:
1. assign values to the 4 and 20 mA outputs (for 5081-C-HT only)
2. set the current generated by the transmitter during hold (for 5081-C-HT only)
3. set the current generated by the transmitter when a fault is detected (for 5081-C-HT only)
4. change sensor diagnostic limits
5. enable and disable automatic temperature correction
6. program the type measurement
7. choose limits for diagnostic fault messages
Model 5081-C-HT
Model 5081-C-FF
Output
temp
temp
Display
Display
Setup Cust
HART
Default
Setup Cust
Default
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.2 OUTPUT
7.2.1 Purpose
This section describes how to do the following:
1. assign values to the 4 and 20 mA outputs
2. set the output current generated during hold
3. set the output current generated when a fault is detected
4. control the amount of dampening on the output signal
5. generate a test current.
7.2.2 Definitions
1. Cu RRENT o u TPu TS. The transmitter provides a continuous 4 - 20 mA output directly proportional to the conductivity or resistivity.
2. Ho Ld . d uring calibration and maintenance the transmitter output may be outside the normal operating range. Placing
the transmitter on hold prevents false alarms or the unwanted operation of chemical dosing pumps. The transmitter
output can be programmed to remain at the last value or to generate any current between 3.80 and 22.00 mA. d uring
hold, the transmitter displays the present concentration and temperature. The word Ho Ld appears in the display.
3. FAu LT. A fault is a system disabling condition. When the transmitter detects a fault, the following happens:
a. The display flashes.
b. The words FAu LT and Ho Ld appear in the main display.
c. A fault or diagnostic message appears in the display.
d. The output signal remains at the present value or goes to the programmed fault value. Permitted values
are between 3.80 and 22.00 mA.
e. if the transmitter is in Ho Ld when the fault occurs, the output remains at the programmed hold value. To alert the
user that a fault exists, the word FAu LT appears in the main display, and the display flashes. A fault or diagnostic
message also appears.
f. if the transmitter is simulating an output current when the fault occurs, the transmitter continues to generate the simulated current. To alert the user that a fault exists, the word FAu LT appears in the display, and the display flashes.
4. d AMPEN. o utput dampening smooths out noisy readings. But it also increases the response time of the output. To
estimate the time (in minutes) required for the output to reach 95% of the final reading following a step change, divide
the setting by 20. Thus, a setting of 140 means that, following a step change, the output takes about seven minutes
to reach 95% of final reading. The output dampen setting does not affect the response time of the process display. The
maximum setting is 255.
5. TEST. The transmitter can be programmed to generate a test current.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.2.3 Procedure
PRo GRAM
OutPut
EXiT
1. Press PRo G on the remote controller. The OutPut submenu appears.
NEXT
ENTER
PRo GRAM
4MA
00.00
EXiT
ENTER
2. Press ENTER. The screen displays the 4 MA prompt. u se the arrow keys to change
the setting. Press ENTER to save.
PRo GRAM
20MA
10.00
EXiT
ENTER
3. The screen displays the 20 MA prompt. u se the arrow keys to change the setting.
Press ENTER to save.
PRo GRAM
HoLd
21.00
EXiT
ENTER
PRo GRAM
FAULt
EXiT
22.00
ENTER
PRo GRAM
dPn
EXiT
000
ENTER
4. The screen displays the HoLd prompt. u se the arrow keys to change the setting to
the output desired when the transmitter is in hold. The range is 3.80 to 22.00 mA.
Entering 00.00 causes the transmitter to hold the output at the value it was when
placed in hold. The hold setting overrides the fault setting. Press ENTER to save.
5. The screen displays the FAULt prompt. u se the arrow keys to change the setting to
the output desired when the transmitter detects a fault. The range is 3.80 to 22.00 mA.
Entering 00.00 causes the transmitter to hold the output at the value it was when the
fault occurred. Press ENTER to save.
6. The screen displays the dPn prompt. u se the arrow keys to change the setting. The
range is 0 to 255. Press ENTER to save.
PRo GRAM
test
EXiT
1 2.00
ENTER
7. The screen displays the tESt prompt. u se the arrow keys to enter the desired test current. Press ENTER to start the test. Press EXiT to end the test.
8. Press RESET to return to the process display.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.3 TEMP
7.3.1 Purpose
This section describes how to do the following:
1. Enable and disable automatic temperature compensation
2. Set a manual temperature compensation value for conductivity measurements
3. Tell the transmitter the type of temperature element in the sensor
7.3.2 Definitions
1. Au To MATiC TEMPERATu RE Co MPENSATio N. Conductivity measurements are directly affected by temperature. A
correction equation in the software automatically corrects for changes caused by temperature. in automatic temperature correction, the transmitter uses the temperature measured by the sensor for all calculations in which temperature
is used.
2. MANu AL TEMPERATu RE Co MPENSATio N. in manual temperature compensation, the transmitter uses the temperature entered by the user as the reference temperature for corrections of conductivity readings. it does not use the
actual process temperature.
CAUTION
Changing the reference temperature from the default 25°C (77°F) can have large
effects on the conductivity readings and will require different temperature slopes.
7.3.3 Procedure
1. Press PRo G on the remote controller.
PRo GRAM
tEMP
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
PRo GRAM
tAUtO
EXiT
ON
ENTER
PRo GRAM
tMAn
EXiT
025.0
ENTER
2. Press NEXT until the tEMP submenu appears. Press ENTER.
3. The screen displays the tAUtO (automatic temperature compensation) prompt.
Press  or  to toggle between On and OFF. Press ENTER to save.
4. if you disable tAuto, the tMAN prompt appears. u se the arrow keys to change the
temperature to the desired value. To enter a negative number, press or  until no
digit is flashing. Then press  or  to display the negative sign. The temperature
entered in this step will be used in all measurements, no matter what the
process temperature is. Press ENTER to save.
5. Press RESET to return to the process display.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.4 DISPLAy
7.4.1 Purpose
This section describes how to do the following:
1. Configure the transmitter to measure conductivity, resistivity, or set up a custom curve
2. Set the temperature units to °C or °F
3. Set the output to current or percent of full scale
4. Enter a security code.
7.4.2 Definitions
1. MEASu REMENT. The transmitter can be configured to measure conductivity in mS/cm or resistivity in Mego hms, or
configured with a 3-5 point custom curve for special applications.
2. o u TPu T Cu RRENT. The transmitter generates a 4-20 mA output signal directly proportional to the conductivity or resistivity of the sample. The output signal can be displayed as current (in mA) or as percent of full scale.
5. SECu RiTY Co d E. The security code unlocks the transmitter and allows access to all menus.
7.4.3 Procedure
PRo GRAM
1. Press PRo G on the remote controller.
dISPLAY
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
3. Press  or  to display the desired measurement. Press ENTER to save.
PRo GRAM
tYPE
EXiT
2. Press NEXT until the diSPLAy submenu appears. Press ENTER.
Conduc
ENTER
COnduc
rStvty
CuSt
Conductivity
Resistivity
Custom Curve
4. tEMP will appear. Press  or  to display the desired temperature reading, C or F.
Press ENTER.
5. OUtPUt will appear. Press  or  to display the desired 4-20 output value, Cur or %.
Press ENTER.
6. COdE will appear. u sing the arrow keys on the remote control, enter the desired 3-digit
security code for accessing the Calibration, Program, and d iagnostic functions via the
Remote Control handheld. Press ENTER. The dISPLAy mnemonic will appear.
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SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.5 HART
in multi-drop operation, polling addresses can be more conveniently set and debugging more conveniently performed
using the infrared remote controller.
PRo GRAM
1. Press PRo G on the infrared remote controller.
HArt
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
Address00
EXiT
NEXT
PreAMb
EXiT
05
NEXT
ENTER
NEXT
ENTER
burSt
EXiT
Id
EXiT
48
ENTER
Off
0000000
NEXT
ENTER
2. Press NEXT until the screen at left appears. Press ENTER.
3. The HART menu tree is shown at left. u se the arrow keys to change settings.
Press ENTER to store. Press NEXT to move to the next item on the menu.
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.6 Setup Cust
The Model 5081-C contains a curve fitting program that can create a second order curve for
3 to 5 user supplied data points. if only two points are entered, a straight line will be used.
These points are from numerical data previously collected that is entered via the keypad. All
data point must be approximately the same reference temperature.
Best results will be obtained by selecting data points that are representative of the typical
operating range and are at least 5% different conductivity values. Plotting the graph of conductivity vs. concentration for the data points of interest before using this procedure is highly
recommended. This will insure that unsuitable points (i.e. two concentrations with the same
conductivity) and critical points (that best describe the curve) can be determined. All data
points should be either on the rising side of the conductivity versus concentration curve or the
falling side, but not both (i.e. both side of the conductivity maximum or minimum). Following
these guideline will simplify the data entry procedure and provide optimum results.
The first point entered "Co nd 1"should be at the normal operating condition. o ther points,
both above and below "Co nd 1" can then be entered. Very nonlinear conductivity curves may
need additional points to characterize these regions. d o not use the same data for more than
one point and only use real data - do not interpolate.
NOTE
The default values for the custom curve are three data points, reference temperature of 25°C and a linear temperature slope of 2%/°C. This combination will yield
the best results in most applications. if normal operation is over 40°C or under
10°C, the reference temperature should be changed to the normal process temperature. if the temperature slope at the reference temperature is known, it can be
used.
num pts 3
µ
S1
Cond 1 0.000
µ
S 2 0.000
Cond 2 0.000
µ
S 3 0.000
Cond 3 0.000
Calc Cond
1. From the main menu, press PRo G; then press NEXT four times. SetUP CuSt will
appear.
PRo GRAM
t ref
NEXT
Units µ S
Apply Cust
7.6.1 Procedure
EXiT
t ref 25.0
ENTER
2. Press ENTER. t rEF will appear. if needed, change the reference temperature from
the factory default 25°C (77°F) to a different reference temperature for the process.
Press ENTER.
PRo GRAM
UnIt
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
PRo GRAM
Num Pts
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
3. UnIt will appear. Press  or  to select the desired measurement units: µS (microSiemens), nS (milliSiemens), none (no units displayed), % (percent), or ppn (parts per
million); then press ENTER.
4. NUM PtS will appear. Press  or  to select the desired number of data points for a
custom conductivity curve. Selecting 2 will generate a linear relationship for conductivity and concentration at the given reference temperature.
a. Enter the concentration for Pt. 1 (displayed as µS 1). Press ENTER.
b. Enter the known conductivity for Pt. 1 in µS/cm. Press ENTER.
c.
PRo GRAM
Calc Cust
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
Complete this process for additional known data points. Press ENTER.
5. CALC Cust will appear briefly. Press ENTER. PrOCESSinG will appear briefly; then
APPLy CUSt will appear. Press ENTER to enter the custom curve into memory and
return to the SetUP CuSt screen.
The Custom curve will now be used to display and output all conductivity (or resistivity)
measurements if Cust is selected in the d isplay menu for measurement type.
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SECTION 7.0
PROGRAMMING
7.7 DEFAULT
7.7.1 Purpose
This section describes how to erase ALL user-defined configuration settings and return the transmitter to factory default
settings. All custom curve values and settings will be deleted.
7.7.2 Procedure
1. Press PRo G on the remote controller.
PRo GRAM
dISPLAY
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
PRo GRAM
tYPE
EXiT
50
2. Press NEXT until the dEFAULt appears in the display. Press ENTER.
3. u se  or  to toggle between nO and yES. With yES showing, press ENTER to return
to factory default settings.
02
ENTER
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 8.0
FOUNDATION FIELDBUS OPERATION
SECTION 8.0
FOUNDATION FIELDBUS OPERATION
This section covers basic transmitter operation and software functionality. For detailed descriptions of the function blocks
common to all Fieldbus devices, refer to Fisher-Rosemount Fieldbus Fo u Nd ATio N Function Blocks manual, publication
number 00809-001-4783.
Figure 8-1 illustrates how the pH/o RP signal is channelled through the transmitter to the control room and the
Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus configuration device.
Function Blocks
• AI1
• AI2
• Al3
• PID
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
sensor type
engineering units
reranging
damping
temperature compensation
calibration
diagnostics
SENSOR
FIGURE 8-1. Functional Block Diagram for the Model 5081-C-FF Conductivity Transmitter
with FOUNDATION Fieldbus.
Software Functionality. The Model 5081-C software is
designed to permit remote testing and configuration of the
transmitter using the Fisher-Rosemount d eltaV Fieldbus
Configuration Tool, or other Fo u Nd ATio N fieldbus compliant host.
Transducer Block. The transducer block contains the actual measurement data. it includes information about sensor
type, engineering units, reranging, damping, temperature
compensation, calibration, and diagnostics.
Resource Block. The resource Block contains physical
device information, including available memory, manufacturer identification, type of device, and features.
FOUNDATION fieldbus Function Blocks. The Model
5081-C includes three Analog input (Ai) function blocks
and one Pid function block as part of its standard offering.
Analog Input. The Analog input (Ai) block processes
the measurement and makes it available to other function blocks. it also allows filtering, alarming, and engineering unit change.
PID. The Pid function block combines all of the necessary logic to perform proportional/integral/derivative
(Pid ) control. The block supports mode control, signal
scaling and limiting, feedforward control, override
tracking, alarm limit detection, and signal status propagation.
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SECTION 9.0
OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
SECTION 9.0
OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
9.1
Note on Model 375 or 475 Communicator
The Model 375 or 475 Communicator is a product of Emerson Process Management, Rosemount inc. This section
contains selected information on using the Model 375 or 475 with the Rosemount Analytical Model 5081-C-HT
Transmitter. For complete information on the Model 375 or 475 Communicator, see the Model 375 or 475 instruction manual. For technical support on the Model 375 or 475 Communicator, call Emerson Process Management at
(800) 999-9307 within the u nited States. Support is available worldwide on the internet at http://rosemount.com.
Note: Model 475 Communicator does not support Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus on Model 5081-C-FF.
9.2
Connecting the Communicator
CAUTION
Figure 9-1 shows how the Model 475 or 375 Communicator connects to
the output lines from the Model 5081-C-HT Transmitter.
For intrinsically safe CSA and FM
wiring connections, see the Model
375 instruction manual.
4-20 mA + d igital
250
ohm
Model 5081-C
Conductivity
Transmitter
Control System
Model 375
or 475
Communicator
(“Configurator”)
Bridge
Computer
FIGURE 9-1. Connecting the HART Communicator
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
9.3
Operation
9.3.1
Off-line and On-line Operation
The Model 375 Communicator features off-line and on-line communications. o n-line means the communicator is
connected to the transmitter in the usual fashion. While the communicator is on line, the operator can view measurement data, change program settings, and read diagnostic messages. o ff-line means the communicator is not
connected to the transmitter. When the communicator is off line, the operator can still program settings into the
communicator. Later, after the communicator has been connected to a transmitter, the operator can transfer the
programmed settings to the transmitter. o ff-line operation permits settings common to several transmitters to be
easily stored in all of them.
9.3.2
Making HART related settings from the keypad
Calibrate
Program
Output
Measurement
Security
Hold
1. Press MENu . The main menu screen appears. Choose Program.
Display
Temp
2. Choose >>.
>>
HART
3. Choose HART.
>>
DevID
PollAddrs
Burst
Preamble
9.3.3
4. To display the device id , choose DevID. To change the polling address,
choose PollAddrs. To make burst mode settings, choose Burst. To
change the preamble count, choose Preamble.
Menu Tree
The menu tree for the Model 375 HART communicator is on the following page. The menu tree for the Model 375
Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus communicator immediately follows.
Note: Model 375 Communicator fully supports Fo u Nd ATio N Fieldbus on Model 5081-C-FF.
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------5081C 475, 375 Menu Tree for HART communications
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------d evice setup
Process variables
Cond *
Raw
Conductance
Temp
Temp res
View status
d iag/Service
Test device
Loop test
View status
Master reset
Fault history
Hold mode
Calibration
Calibrate sensor
Zero in air
Zero in solution **
Adjust temperature
Calibrate input
Cell constant
Temp slope
d /A trim
d iagnostic vars
Cond *
Temp
Cell constant
Zero offset
Soln offset **
Temp slope ***
input cal factor
Basic setup
Tag
PV range values
PV LRV
PV u RV
PV
PV % rnge
FIGURE 9-2. 5081-C-HT HART/Model 375 Menu Tree (1 of 4)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
Basic setup (continued)
d evice information
d istributor
Model
d ev id
Tag
d ate
Physicl signl code
Write protect
Snsr text
d escriptor
Message
Revision #'s
u niversal rev
Fld dev rev
Software rev
Hardware rev
d etailed setup
Sensors
Main sensor
PV Type [Conductivity, Resistivity, 0-12% Nao H, 0-15% HCl, 0-25% H2So 4, 96-99.7% H2So 4,
Custom]
PV Snsr unit [uS/cm, mS/cm, mS/m, Mohm-cm, %, ppm, _]
Cond unit [uS/cm, mS/cm, mS/m] ****
d efine curve ****
View custom points ****
Cell constant
Temp comp type [Linear, Neutral salt, Cation, None/o ff] *..
Temp slope
Ref temp ***, ****, *.
PV sensor type
Sensor information
LSL
u SL
Min span
Temperature
ATC [o n, o ff]
Man temp
Temp unit [ºC, ºF]
Temp snsr [RTd PT100, RTd PT1000]
d iag override (continued)
o ffset error [o N, o FF]
Zero warning [o N, o FF]
o verrange [o N, o FF]
Sensor fail [o N, o FF]
FIGURE 9-2. 5081-C-HT HART/Model 375 Menu Tree (2 of 4)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
d iag override (continued)
RTd fail [o N, o FF]
Sense line open [o N, o FF]
Temp high/low [o N, o FF]
Signal condition
LRV
u RV
Ao d amp
% rnge
Xfer fnctn
Ao 1 lo end point
Ao 1 hi end pt
o utput condition
Analog output
Ao 1
Ao Alrm typ
Fixed
Fault
Loop test
d /A trim
HART output
PV is Cond
SV is Temp
TV is Raw
Poll addr
Burst option [PV, %range/current, Process vars/crnt]
Burst mode [o ff, o n]
Num req preams
Num resp preams
d evice information
d istributor
Model
d ev id
Tag
d ate
Write protect
Snsr text
d escriptor
Message
Revision #'s
u niversal rev
Fld dev rev
Software rev
Hardware rev
FIGURE 9-2. 5081-C-HT HART/Model 375 Menu Tree (3 of 4)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
Local d isplay
Ao Lo i units [mA, %]
Xmtr id
Load d efault Conf.
Review
PV
PV Ao
PV LRV
PV u RV
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Notes:
*
Can be Cond, Res, Nao H, HCl, H2So 4, or Custom
**
Valid only when PV Type = Nao H, HCl, 0-25% H2So 4, or Custom
***
Valid only when Temp comp type = Linear
**** Valid only when PV Type = Custom
*.
Valid only when PV Sensor Type = Toroidal
*..
Valid only when PV Type = Conductivity or Resistivity
FIGURE 9-2. 5081-C-HT HART/Model 375 Menu Tree (4 of 4)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
5081CT-FF 375 Menu Tree
LiM_No TiFY
-----------------------
MAX_No TiFY
RESo u RCE
FAu LT_STATE
identification
SET_FSTATE [u ninitialized, o FF, SET]
MANu FACT_id
CLR_FSTATE [u ninitialized, o ff, Clear]
d EV_TYPE
ALARM_Su M: d isabled
d EV_REV
ACK_o PTio N
d d _REV
Hardware
Characteristics Block Tag
MEMo RY_SiZE
TAG_d ESC
FREE_TiME
Hardware Revision
MiN_CYCLE_T
Software Revision String
HARd _TYPES
Private Label d istributor
NV_CYCLE_T
Final Assembly Number
FREE_SPACE
o utput Board Serial Number
iTK_VER
o ptions
CYCLE_SEL
Status
CYCLE_TYPE
BLo CK_ERR
FEATu RE_SEL
RS_STATE
FEATu RES
FAu LT_STATE
d ownload Mode
Summary Status
WRiTE_Lo CK
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
Start With d efaults
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Write Lock d efinition
ALARM_Su M: Current
Plantweb Alerts
ALARM_Su M: u nacknowledged
Health index
ALARM_Su M: u nreported
Recommended Action
d etailed Status
Fail Active
Process
Fail Mask
Mo d E_BLK.Actual
Maintenance Active
Mo d E_BLK.Target
Maintenance Mask
Mo d E_BLK.Permitted
Advisory Active
STRATEGY
Advisory Mask
ALERT_KEY
Methods
SHEd _RCAS
Master reset
SHEd _Ro u T
Self test
GRANT_d ENY: Grant
d d Version info
GRANT_d ENY: d eny
Alarms
WRiTE_PRi
Co NFiRM_TiME
TRANSd u CER
Status
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (1 of 10)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
Transducer Error
Conductance offset
ST_REV
Solution/Conductivity offset
BLo CK_ERR
input cal factor
Additional transmitter status
Temperature calibration offset
Fault history 0
Snsr Cal Meth
Fault history 1
Snsr Cal d ate
Fault history 2
Temperature Compensation
Block Mode
Secondary value units
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
Sensor temperature compensation
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Sensor temp manual value
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
Temp comp type
STRATEGY
Temperature slope
ALERT_KEY
Raw RTd ohms
Characteristics Block Tag
Sensor type temp
TAG_d ESC
Custom Curve
Measurements
Reset transducer/Load factory defaults
Prim Val Type
identification
Primary Val: Primary Val
Software revision level
Primary Val: Status
Hardware revision level
Primary Value Range: Eu at 100%
Lo i security code
Primary Value Range: Eu at 0%
Sensor S/N
Secondary variable: Value
Final assembly number
Secondary variable: Status
Ai blocks simulation
Raw RTd o hms
Ai1
Raw PV: Raw PV
Ai2
Raw PV: Status
Ai3
Conductance
Quick Config
Calibration
Ai Channel
PV Cal
L_TYPE
Sensor Zero
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 100%
SV Cal
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 0%
Calibrate Meter
Xd _SCALE: u nits index
Configuration
Xd _SCALE: d ecimal
Change PV Type
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
Sensor type conductivity
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Prim Val Type
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
Conductivity unit
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
d iagnostic override
Common Config
Calibration Parameters
Cell constant
ACK_o PTio N
ALARM_HYS
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (2 of 10)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
ALERT_KEY
BLo CK_ERR
Hi_Hi_LiM
FiELd _VAL: Status
Hi_Hi_PRi
FiELd _VAL: Value
Hi_LiM
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Hi_PRi
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
io _o PTS
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
L_TYPE
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
Lo _Lo _LiM
o ut: Status
Lo _Lo _PRi
o ut: Value
Lo _LiM
PV: Status
Lo _PRi
PV: Value
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Status
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
BLo CK_ERR
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
o ther
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
TAG_d ESC
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
GRANT_d ENY: Grant
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
GRANT_d ENY: d eny
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
u Pd ATE_EVT: u nacknowledged
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
u Pd ATE_EVT: u pdate State
PV_FTiME
u Pd ATE_EVT: Time Stamp
Advanced Config
u Pd ATE_EVT: Static Rev
Lo W_Cu T
BLo CK_ALM: u nacknowledged
SiMu LATE: Simulate Status
BLo CK_ALM: Alarm State
SiMu LATE: Simulate Value
All
SiMu LATE: Transducer Status
Characteristics: Block Tag
SiMu LATE: Transducer Value
ST_REV
SiMu LATE: Simulate En/d isable
TAG_d ESC
ST_REV
STRATEGY
STATu S_o PTS
ALERT_KEY
STRATEGY
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 100%
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 0%
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
Xd _SCALE: u nits index
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
Xd _SCALE: d ecimal
BLo CK_ERR
i/o References
PV: Status
Ai Channel
PV: Value
Connectors
o ut: Status
o ut: Status
o ut: Value
o ut: Value
SiMu LATE: Simulate Status
o nline
SiMu LATE: Simulate Value
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (3 of 10)
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OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
SiMu LATE: Transducer Status
Lo _LiM
SiMu LATE: Transducer Value
Lo _Lo _PRi
SiMu LATE: Simulate En/d isable
Lo _Lo _LiM
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 100%
Hi_Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
Xd _SCALE: Eu at 0%
Hi_Hi_ALM: Alarm State
Xd _SCALE: u nits index
Hi_Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
Xd _SCALE: d ecimal
Hi_Hi_ALM: Subcode
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
Hi_Hi_ALM: Value
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
Hi_ALM: Alarm State
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
GRANT_d ENY: Grant
Hi_ALM: Subcode
GRANT_d ENY: d eny
Hi_ALM: Float Value
io _o PTS
Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
STATu S_o PTS
Lo _ALM: Alarm State
Ai Channel
Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
Lo W_Cu T
Lo _ALM: Subcode
PV_FTiME
Lo _ALM: Float Value
FiELd _VAL: Status
Lo _Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
FiELd _VAL: Value
Lo _Lo _ALM: Alarm State
u Pd ATE_EVT: u nacknowledged
Lo _Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
u Pd ATE_EVT: u pdate State
Lo _Lo _ALM: Subcode
u Pd ATE_EVT: Time Stamp
Lo _Lo _ALM: Float Value
u Pd ATE_EVT: Static Rev
Alarm output: Status
u Pd ATE_EVT: Relative index
Alarm output: Value
BLo CK_ALM: u nacknowledged
Alarm select
BLo CK_ALM: Alarm State
Stdd ev
BLo CK_ALM: Time Stamp
Cap Stdd ev
BLo CK_ALM: Subcode
BLo CK_ALM: Value
Pid 1
Quick Config
ALARM_Su M: u nacknowledged
ALERT_KEY
ALARM_Su M: u nreported
Co NTRo L_o P
ALARM_Su M: d isabled
d V_Hi_LiM
ACK_o PTio N
d V_Lo _LiM
ALARM_HYS
GAiN
Hi_Hi_PRi
Hi_Hi_LiM
Hi_Hi_LiM
Hi_LiM
Hi_PRi
Lo _LiM
Hi_LiM
Lo _Lo _LiM
Lo _PRi
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (4 of 10)
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o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
SP: Status
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
SP: Value
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
SP_Hi_LiM
PV_SCALE: Eu at 100%
SP_Lo _LiM
PV_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Advanced Config
PV_SCALE: u nits index
BK_CAL_HYS
PV_SCALE: d ecimal
FF_GAiN
RESET
FF_SCALE: Eu at 100%
SP: Status
FF_SCALE: Eu at 0%
SP: Value
FF_SCALE: u nits index
SP_Hi_LiM
FF_SCALE: d ecimal
SP_Lo _LiM
SHEd _o PT
Common Config
SP_RATE_d N
ALARM_HYS
SP_RATE_u P
ALERT_KEY
ST_REV
Co NTRo L_o PTS
STATu S_o PTS
d V_Hi_LiM
STRATEGY
d V_Lo _LiM
TRK_SCALE: Eu at 100%
GAiN
TRK_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Hi_Hi_LiM
TRK_SCALE: u nits index
Hi_LiM
TRK_SCALE: d ecimal
Lo _LiM
TRK_VAL: Status
Lo _Lo _LiM
TRK_VAL: Value
Mo d E_BLK: Target
Connectors
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
BK_CAL_iN: Status
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
BK_CAL_iN: Value
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
BK_CAL_o u T: Status
o u T_Hi_LiM
BK_CAL_o u T: Value
o u T_Lo _LiM
CAS_iN: Status
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
CAS_iN: Value
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
FF_VAL: Status
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
FF_VAL: Value
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
iN: Status
PV_FTiME
iN: Value
PV_SCALE: Eu at 100%
o u T: Status
PV_SCALE: Eu at 0%
o u T: Value
PV_SCALE: u nits index
TRK_iN_d : Status
PV_SCALE: d ecimal
TRK_iN_d : Value
RATE
TRK_VAL: Status
RESET
TRK_VAL: Value
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (5 of 10)
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o nline
BAL_TiME
BK_CAL_iN: Status
GRANT_d ENY: Grant
BK_CAL_iN: Value
GRANT_d ENY: d eny
BK_CAL_o u T: Status
u Pd ATE_EVT: u nacknowledged
BK_CAL_o u T: Value
u Pd ATE_EVT: u pdate State
BLo CK_ERR
u Pd ATE_EVT: Time Stamp
BYPASS
u Pd ATE_EVT: Static Rev
CAS_iN: Status
u Pd ATE_EVT: Relative index
CAS_iN: Value
BLo CK_ALM: u nacknowledged
FF_VAL: Status
BLo CK_ALM: Alarm State
FF_VAL: Value
BLo CK_ALM: Time Stamp
GAiN
BLo CK_ALM: Subcode
iN: Status
BLo CK_ALM: Value
iN: Value
ALARM_Su M: Current
Mo d E_BLK: Target
ALARM_Su M: u nacknowledged
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
ALARM_Su M: u nreported
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
ALARM_Su M: d isabled
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
ACK_o PTio N
o u T: Status
Hi_Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
o u T: Value
Hi_Hi_ALM: Alarm State
PV: Status
Hi_Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
PV: Value
Hi_Hi_ALM: Subcode
RCAS_iN: Status
Hi_Hi_ALM: Float Value
RCAS_iN: Value
Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
RCAS_o u T: Status
Hi_ALM: Alarm State
RCAS_o u T: Value
Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
Ro u T_iN: Status
Hi_ALM: Subcode
Ro u T_iN: Value
Hi_ALM: Float Value
Ro u T_o u T: Status
Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
Ro u T_o u T: Value
Lo _ALM: Alarm State
SP: Status
Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
SP: Value
Lo _ALM: Subcode
TRK_iN_d : Status
Lo _ALM: Float Value
TRK_iN_d : Value
Lo _Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
TRK_VAL: Status
Lo _Lo _ALM: Alarm State
TRK_VAL: Value
Lo _Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
Status
BLo CK_ERR
o ther
TAG_d ESC
Lo _Lo _ALM: Subcode
Lo _Lo _ALM: Float Value
d V_Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
d V_Hi_ALM: Alarm State
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (6 of 10)
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d V_Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 100%
d V_Hi_ALM: Subcode
o u T_SCALE: Eu at 0%
d V_Hi_ALM: Float Value
o u T_SCALE: u nits index
d V_Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
o u T_SCALE: d ecimal
d V_Lo _ALM: Alarm State
GRANT_d ENY: Grant
d V_Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
GRANT_d ENY: d eny
d V_Lo _ALM: Subcode
Co NTRo L_o PTS
d V_Lo _ALM: Float Value
STATu S_o PTS
Bias
iN: Status
Error
iN: Value
SP Work
PV_FTiME
SP FTime
BYPASS
mathform
CAS_iN: Status
structreconfig
CAS_iN: Value
u Gamma
SP_RATE_d N
u Beta
SP_RATE_u P
id eadBand
SP_Hi_LiM
Stdd ev
SP_Lo _LiM
Cap Stdd ev
GAiN
All
RESET
Characteristics: Block Tag
BAL_TiME
ST_REV
RATE
TAG_d ESC
BK_CAL_iN: Status
STRATEGY
BK_CAL_iN: Value
ALERT_KEY
o u T_Hi_LiM
Mo d E_BLK: Target
o u T_Lo _LiM
Mo d E_BLK: Actual
BKCAL_HYS
Mo d E_BLK: Permitted
BK_CAL_o u T: Status
Mo d E_BLK: Normal
BK_CAL_o u T: Value
BLo CK_ERR
RCAS_iN: Status
PV: Status
RCAS_iN: Value
PV: Value
Ro u T_iN: Status
SP: Status
Ro u T_iN: Value
SP: Value
SHEd _o PT
o u T: Status
RCAS_o u T: Status
o u T: Value
RCAS_o u T: Value
PV_SCALE: Eu at 100%
Ro u T_o u T: Status
PV_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Ro u T_o u T: Value
PV_SCALE: u nits index
TRK_SCALE: Eu at 100%
PV_SCALE: d ecimal
TRK_SCALE: Eu at 0%
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (7 of 10)
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TRK_SCALE: u nits index
d V_Lo _LiM
TRK_SCALE: d ecimal
Hi_Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
TRK_iN_d : Status
Hi_Hi_ALM: Alarm State
TRK_iN_d : Value
Hi_Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
TRK_VAL: Status
Hi_Hi_ALM: Subcode
TRK_VAL: Value
Hi_Hi_ALM: Float Value
FF_VAL: Status
Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
FF_VAL: Value
Hi_ALM: Alarm State
FF_SCALE: Eu at 100%
Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
FF_SCALE: Eu at 0%
Hi_ALM: Subcode
FF_SCALE: u nits index
Hi_ALM: Float Value
FF_SCALE: d ecimal
Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
FF_GAiN
Lo _ALM: Alarm State
u Pd ATE_EVT: u nacknowledged
Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
u Pd ATE_EVT: u pdate State
Lo _ALM: Subcode
u Pd ATE_EVT: Time Stamp
Lo _ALM: Float Value
u Pd ATE_EVT: Static Rev
Lo _Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
u Pd ATE_EVT: Relative index
Lo _Lo _ALM: Alarm State
BLo CK_ALM: u nacknowledged
Lo _Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
BLo CK_ALM: Alarm State
Lo _Lo _ALM: Subcode
BLo CK_ALM: Time Stamp
Lo _Lo _ALM: Float Value
BLo CK_ALM: Sub Code
d V_Hi_ALM: u nacknowledged
BLo CK_ALM: Value
d V_Hi_ALM: Alarm State
ALARM_Su M: Current
d V_Hi_ALM: Time Stamp
ALARM_Su M: u nacknowledged
d V_Hi_ALM: Subcode
ALARM_Su M: u nreported
d V_Hi_ALM: Float Value
ALARM_Su M: d isabled
d V_Lo _ALM: u nacknowledged
ACK_o PTio N
d V_Lo _ALM: Alarm State
ALARM_HYS
d V_Lo _ALM: Time Stamp
Hi_Hi_PRi
d V_Lo _ALM: Subcode
Hi_Hi_LiM
d V_Lo _ALM: Float Value
Hi_PRi
Bias
Hi_LiM
Error
Lo _PRi
SP Work
Lo _LiM
SP FTime
Lo _Lo _PRi
mathform
Lo _Lo _LiM
structreconfig
d V_Hi_PRi
u Gamma
d V_Hi_LiM
u Beta
d V_Lo _PRi
id eadBand
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (8 of 10)
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SECTION 9.0
OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
Stdd ev
Finch Rec Ready Errors
Cap Stdd ev
Finch Rec FiFo o verrun Errors
Scheduling
Finch Rec FiFo u nderrun Errors
d etail
Finch Trans FiFo o verrun Errors
Physical d evice Tag
Finch Trans FiFo u nderrun Errors
Address
Finch Count Errors
d evice id
Finch Cd Errors
d evice Revision
Cold Start Counts
Advanced
Software Crash Counts
Stack Capabilities
Spurious Vector Counts
FasArTypeAndRoleSupported
Bus/Address Error Counts
Maxd isapAddressesSupported
Program Exit Counts
Maxd icepAddressesSupported
Finch Statistics 2
d icepd eliveryFeaturesSupported
Scheduled Events
Versiono fNmSpecSupported
Missed Events
AgentFunctionsSupported
Max Time Error
FmsFeaturesSupported
Mid Violations
Basic Characteristics
Schedule Resync
Version
Token d elegation Violations
BasicStatisticsSupportedFlag
Sum o f All Time Adjustments
d io peratFunctionalClass
Time Adjustments
d id eviceConformance
Time u pdates o utside of K
Basic info
d iscontinuous Time u pdates
SlotTime
Queue o verflow Statistics 1
Perd ipduPhio verhead
Time Available
MaxResponsed elay
Normal
ThisNode
u rgent
ThisLink
Time Available Rcv
MininterPdud elay
Normal Rcv
TimeSyncClass
u rgent Rcv
PreambleExtension
Time Available SAP EC d C
PostTransGapExtension
Normal SAP EC d C
MaxinterChanSignalSkew
u rgent SAP EC d C
Basic Statistics
Time Available Rcv SAP EC d C
Not Supported!
Normal Rcv SAP EC d C
Finch Statistics 1
u rgent Rcv SAP EC d C
Last Crash d escription
Queue o verflow Statistics 2
Last RestartReason
Time Available SAP SM
Finch Rec Errors
Time Available Rcv SAP SM
Finch FCS Errors
Normal SAP Las
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (9 of 10)
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SECTION 9.0
OPERATION w ITH MODEL 375
Normal Rcv SAP Las
ThisLink
Time Available SAP Src Sink
MininterPdud elay
Normal SAP Src Sink
NumConsecu npolledNodeid
u rgent SAP Src Sink
PreambleExtension
Time Available Rcv SAP Src Sink
PostTransGapExtension
Normal Rcv SAP Src Sink
MaxinterChanSignalSkew
u rgent Rcv SAP Src Sink
TimeSyncClass
Sys Q
Link Master Parameters
d imeLinkMasterCapabilitiesVariable
PrimaryLinkMasterFlagVariable
Booto peratFunctionalClass
NumLasRoled eleg/Claim/d elegTokenHoldTimeout
Link Master info
MaxSchedulingo verhead
d efMinTokend elegTime
d efTokenHoldTime
TargetTokenRotTime
LinkMaintTokHoldTime
Timed istributionPeriod
MaximuminactivityToClaimLasd elay
Lasd atabaseStatusSpdud istributionPeriod
Current Link Settings
SlotTime
Perd ipduPhio verhead
MaxResponsed elay
Firstu npolledNodeid
ThisLink
MininterPdud elay
NumConsecu npolledNodeid
PreambleExtension
PostTransGapExtension
MaxinterChanSignalSkew
TimeSyncClass
Configured Link Settings
SlotTime
Perd ipduPhio verhead
MaxResponsed elay
Firstu npolledNodeid
FIGURE 9-3. 5081-C-FF Model 375 Menu Tree (10 of 10)
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.1 Ov ERv IEw
The Model 5081-C transmitters automatically monitor for fault
conditions. The d iagnose Menu allows the current variable settings to be reviewed and shows fault messages indicating problems detected. Figure 10-1 illustrates the relationship between
the d iagnose Menu and its sub-menus. The mnemonics are
defined in Table 10-1.
Step 3
10.1.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
The d iAG key on the iRC is used to access the d iagnosis Menu.
The menu flow is shown in Figure 10-2 and the mnemonics are
defined in Table 10-1.
Step 1
Step 2
10.1.2 DISPLAy ING DIAGNOSTIC vALUES
Look for a diagnostic fault message on the display to
help pinpoint the problem. Refer to Table 10-2 for an
explanation of the message and a list of the possible
problems that triggered it.
The FAuLtS sub-menu can be entered to show the last three
faults/warnings. The most recent is displayed first; NEXT scrolls
through the remaining faults. Pressing EXiT clears all fault/warnings and returns the FAuLtS segment. d isconnecting the transmitter removes all fault messages from memory. The nonE message is displayed when no faults/warnings have occurred.
Refer to the Quick Troubleshooting Guide, Table 10-3,
for common loop problems and the recommended
actions to resolve them.
Menu Segment /
Prompt Area
Calibrate Menu
Segments/Commands
NEXT
SEnSOr
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
O
ENTER
tEMP AdJ
EXiT
Calibrate Program d iagnose
Id
000
Exit
Program Menu
Segments/Commands
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
KEy PRESS COMMANDS
NEXT
EXiT
NEXT
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
0 air
tEMP
EXiT
DIAGNOSE MENU
Segments/Commands
AbS
ENTER
ENTER
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
CELL COnSt
dISPLAY
NEXT
CURRENT OPERATING MENU
Enter
OutPut
CALIbrAtE
EXiT
Follow the step-by-step troubleshooting flow chart,
offered in Figure 10-5, to diagnose less common or
more complex problems.
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
ENTER
tSLOPE
mtr CaL
EXiT
NEXT
Hart
ENTER
CELL COnSt
EXiT
NEXT
EXiT
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
setup Cust
ENTER
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
tEMP SLOPE
NEXT
default
ENTER
EXiT
NEXT
ENTER
EXiT
Output Cal
NEXT
ENTER
ENTER
NEXT
ENTER
hard
NEXT
ENTER
faults
EXiT
FIGURE 10-1. Diagnose Menu Segments
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NEXT
soft
EXiT
EXiT
ENTER
CAL F
EXiT
EXiT
NEXT
NEXT
ENTER
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
TABLE 10-1. Diagnostic variables Mnemonics
AbS
0 air
CELL Const
tSLOPE
CAL f
soft
Hard
faults
nonE
Absolute conductivity (µS/cm or mS/cm)
Sensor zero in air
Sensor cell constant (used in C mode)
Temperature slope in %/ °C
Calibration factor
Software version
Hardware version
Show fault messages
No fault messages in memory
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DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.2 FAULT CONDITIONS
Three classes of error conditions/problems are detected
and differentiated between by the diagnostic program.
System disabling problems are faults caused by failures
in the loop or significant variations in the process.
System non-disabling problems are warnings and deal
with input or A to d conversion settings. The third class
of detected problems are error messages and occur
when the calibration limits are exceeded.
10.2.1 DISABLING FAULTS
1. Both FAu LT and Ho Ld annunciation fields will
become active (see Figure 10-3).
2.
The process variable will flash at the rate of 1 second o N and 1 second o FF.
3.
The appropriate fault message alternates with the
normal Temperature/Current output display (see
Figure 10-2).
F
A
u
L
T
H
O
L
D
©
5000
CALiBRATE
PRo GRAM d iAGNo SE
NEx T
ENTER
FIGURE 10-2. Disabling Fault Annunciation
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The output current loop will be forced to the non-zero
fault value entered in Step 7 of Section 4.2 or held at
last value if fault value=0, if the transmitter is not in
the TEST, Ho Ld , or Multidrop operational modes.
5.
A 0-1 mA output signal is available for external use
when system disability conditions are active. These
conditions drive this output to 1 mA. Please contact
factory for specific application information.
10.2.2 NON- DISABLING w ARNINGS
When a non-system-disabling condition occurs, a warning message is displayed. The process variable does not
flash. The appropriate message alternates with the
Temperature/Current output display (see Figure 10-3).
if more than one fault exists, the display will sequence
through each diagnostic message. This will continue
until the cause of the fault has been corrected.
©
µS/cm
“LInE FAIL””
Ex IT
4.
5000
CALiBRATE
µS/cm
PRo GRAM d iAGNo SE
“InPut WjArn””
Ex IT
NEx T
ENTER
FIGURE 10-3. w arning Annunciation
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.3 DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES
The Model 5081-C transmitters' diagnostics constantly monitor the conductivity loop for possible problems. if an operational problem is encountered, check the display for a fault or error message. These are displayed in the
Temperature/Current output segment of the display. Note the message and refer to Table 10-2 for a description of possible problems that may have triggered the diagnostic message.
TABLE 10-2. Diagnostic Fault Messages.
Message
Faults
tEMP LO
Description
Action
Temperature is too low.
Check wiring or sensor/process temp.
Check RTd .
Check wiring or sensor/process temp.
Check RTd .
Check wiring or Check Program/Temp
menu setting to verify the 100-3 or
100-4 sensor type connected.
Recycle. if persistent contact the factory.
tEMP HITemperature is too high.
Rtd FAIL
The RTd sense line fault limits have been exceeded
for the sensor.
CPU FAIL
The CPu has failed during RAM or EEPRo M
verification.
The transmitter has not been accurately factory calibrated.
The PRo M failed the check-sum test.
A wrong value was detected during power-up.
FACt FAIL
rOM FAIL
CYCLE PWJr
w arnings
InPut WJArn
Over rAngE
AdC error
Errors
CAL Err or
Offset Err
The compensated conductivity limit of 9999 ms/cm is
exceeded.
The current range setting has been exceeded.
An analog to digital conversion error has occurred.
(This may come up normally while readings are
changing quickly)
A calibration error has occurred between the standard
and process.
-0- Err
The limit for T-2 in a two point calibration has been
exceeded.
Sensor Zero limit has been exceeded
WjRITE Err
An attempt to the write on the EEPRo M has failed.
tSLOPE Err
Contact factory.
Contact factory.
Recycle the power.
Verify the conductivity range setting.
Verify the 4 and 20 mA settings in the
Program/output menu.
Recycle the power.
Press RESET and repeat.
Check calibration standards and unit
configuration.
Press RESET and repeat the
calibrate/temp. slope menu setting.
Press RESET and repeat the calibrate/sensor menu setting.
The jumper JP-1 on the CPu board
has been removed.
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DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.4 QUICK TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Table 10-3 identifies some of the more common symptoms and suggests actions to help resolve a problem. in general,
wiring is the most common cause.
TABLE 10-3. Quick Troubleshooting Guide.
Sy MPTOM
Wrong temperature reading.
Suspected temp. compensation problem.
ACTION
d isplay segments missing. d isplay inoperable.
Analyzer locks up; won't respond.
Perform a temperature standardization. Verify sensor's RTd .
Resistance vs. temp.; see Section 8.6 Temperature is out of range of sensor.
Check wiring.
Replace d isplay board.
Replace PCB stack
Erratic displays.
Transmitter won't respond to iRC key presses.
Press Reset.
Check batteries in iRC.
Check sensors in process.
Verify and clean ribbon cable connection on CPu board. Check batteries in iRC.
Key press gives wrong selection.
Wrong or no current output.
Replace iRC. Check ribbon cable connection on CPu board.
Verify that output is not being overloaded; remove load; replace PCB stack.
No display or indicators.
”Excess input”
“Reverse input”
“Check sensor zero”
Replace PCB stack.
Check sensor wiring.
Perform sensor zero.
Analyzer will not zero. Place sensor in air and access zero routine.
10.4.1 FIELD TROUBLESHOOTING
When it is apparent by grab sample analysis that the
transmitter is giving inaccurate readings, the following procedure should be followed.
C. if the previous two steps did not indicate the source of
the problem, the next step is to isolate the problem to
either the sensor or the transmitter.
A. The sensor surfaces need to be totally wetted by the
process and air bubbles must no be trapped in the
vicinity of the electrodes. if air bubbles are found, the
installation technique should be altered to eliminate
this source of error.
d . The first step in troubleshooting the sensor is to disconnect it from the transmitter, remove the sensor from the
process and thoroughly dry the sensor electrodes. Refer
to sensor manual for additional troubleshooting checks.
B. A quick visual inspection of the installation may identify
the problem. Check to be sure that the transmitter is
mounted securely and that its internal parts are properly connected. Next check all input and output wiring.
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E. To troubleshoot the transmitter independently of the
sensor, use an appropriate resistor across the temperature input connectors and connect the conductivity
inputs to resistance decade box. Refer to Figure 10-7
to reference the conductivity simulation values.
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.5 Sy STEMATIC TROUBLESHOOTING
if the Quick Troubleshooting Guide does not resolve the error, try the step-by-step approach offered in Figure 10-4.
Step 1 Follow the troubleshooting flow chart.
Step 2 Refer to the tests and instructions indicated by the flow chart to diagnose the problem.
NOTE:
Before starting this procedure
make sure that all wiring is correct.
Conductivity Measurement
Problem (in the process)
NOTE:
This step is for normal contacting only, not for low conductivity
or resistivity.
Remove the sensor from process
and place sensor in air. Zero instrument. Refer to Section 5.3.
NO
o K?
y ES
Place sensor in process and
standardize. Refer to Section 5.6
y ES
o K?
Restart
Transmitter
NO
Check diagnostic
messages
Refer to Table 6-2
Check wiring
for short
Consult
Service Center
Remove sensor from process and test in known
conductivity solution or against a certified
conductivity instrument
NO
y ES
o K?
y ES
Check for ground
loops and/or
improper installation
d oes problem
still exist?
NO
FIGURE 10-4. Troubleshooting Flow Chart
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SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.6 RTD RESISTANCE vALUES
Table 10-4. RTD Resistance values.
Table 10-4 is a ready reference of RTd resistance values
at various temperatures. These are used for test and
evaluation of the sensor.
Temperature
Pt-100
Pt-1000
(°C)
Resistance (ohms) Resistance (ohms)
0
100.00
1000
10
103.90
1039
20
107.79
1078
25
109.62
1096
30
111.67
1117
40
115.54
1155
50
119.40
1194
60
123.24
1232
70
127.07
1271
80
130.89
1309
90
134.70
1347
100
138.50
1385
NOTE
Resistance values are read across the RTd
element and are based on the manu facturer ’s stated values (±1%). Allow
enough time for the RTd element in the
sensor to stabilize to the surrounding
temperature (10 min).
u se the following formula to determine the appropriate resistance value to use to simulate a
conductivity value:
FORMULA:
cell constant value x 1,000,000
desired simulated conductivity in ms/cm
=
resistance in ohms
Ex AMPLE:
.01 x 1,000,000
10 ms/cm
=
use 1,000 ohm resistance
FIGURE 10-5. Conductivity Determination.
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SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.7 w ARNING AND FAULT MESSAGES
The Model 5081-A transmitter continuously monitors the sensor and transmitter for conditions that cause erroneous measurements. When a problem occurs, the transmitter displays either a warning or fault message. A warning alerts the user
that a potentially disabling condition exists. There is a high probability that the measurement is in error. A fault alerts the
user that a disabling condition exists. if a fault message is showing, all measurements should be regarded as erroneous.
w hen a w ARNING condition exists:
1. The main display remains stable; it does not flash.
2. A warning message appears alternately with the temperature and output readings in the second line of the display. See
Section 10.3 for an explanation of the warning messages and suggested ways of correcting the problem.
w hen a FAULT exists:
1. The main display flashes.
2. The words FAu LT and Ho Ld appear in the main display.
3. A fault message appears alternately with the temperature and output readings in the second line of the display. See
Section 10.3 for an explanation of the fault messages and suggested ways of correcting the problem.
4. The output current will remain at the present value or go to the programmed fault value. See Section 7.2 for details on
how to program the current generated during a fault condition.
5. if the transmitter is in Ho Ld when the fault occurs, the output remains at the programmed hold value. To alert the user
that a fault exists, the word FAu LT appears in the main display, and the display flashes. A fault or diagnostic message
also appears.
6. if the transmitter is simulating an output current when the fault occurs, the transmitter continues to generate the simulated current. To alert the user that a fault exists, the word FAu LT appears in the display, and the display flashes.
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10.8
SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING w HEN A FAULT OR w ARNING MESSAGE IS SHOw ING
Message
Explanation
See Section
OuEr rAnGE
o ver range, measurement exceeds display limit
10.8.1
SEnSor FAIL
Bad sensor, sensor current is a large negative number
10.8.2
CAL Error
Calibration error, sensitivity (nA/ppm) is too high or too low
10.8.3
nEEd 0 CAL
Sensor needs re-zeroing, reading is too negative
10.8.4
rtd FAIL
Bad temperature reading
10.8.5
TEMP HI
Temperature reading exceeds 275°C when auto temp is selected
10.8.5
TEMP LO
Temperature reading is less than -25°C when auto temp is selected
10.8.5
SenSE OPEn
Sense line is not connected
10.8.6
OFFSEt Err
Zero offset during standardization exceeds programmed limit
10.8.7
FACt FAIL
u nit has not been factory-calibrated
10.8.8
CPU FAIL
internal CPu tests have failed
10.8.9
ROM FAIL
internal memory has failed
10.8.9
AdC Error
Analog to digital conversion failed
10.8.10
10.8.1 OuEr rAnGE and AMP FAIL.
These error messages appear if the sensor current is too high. Normally, excessive sensor current implies that the sensor
is miswired or the sensor has failed.
1. Verify that wiring is correct and connections are tight. Be sure to check connections at the junction box if one is being
used. See Section 3.0.
2. Replace the sensor membrane and electrolyte solution and clean the cathode if necessary. See the sensor instruction
sheet for details.
3. Replace the sensor.
10.8.2 SEnSor FAIL.
Bad sensor means that the sensor current is a large negative number.
1. SEnSor FAIL may appear for a while when the sensor is first placed in service. o bserve the sensor current (go to
SEnSor Cur under the diagnostic menu). if the sensor current is moving in the positive direction, there is probably
nothing wrong and the error message should soon disappear.
2. Verify that wiring is correct. Pay particular attention the anode and cathode connections.
3. Verify that the transmitter is configured for the correct measurement. Configuring the measurement sets (among other
things) the polarizing voltage. Applying the wrong polarizing voltage to the sensor can cause a negative current.
4. Replace the sensor membrane and electrolyte solution and clean the cathode if necessary. See the sensor instruction
sheet for details.
5. Replace the sensor.
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DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.8.3 CAL Error
At the end of the calibration step, the transmitter calculates the sensitivity in nA/ppm. if the sensitivity is outside the range
normally expected, the transmitter displays the CAL Error message and the transmitter does not update the calibration.
For assistance, refer to the troubleshooting section specific for the sensor.
10.8.4 nEEd 0 CAL
nEEd 0 CAL means that the concentration of the analyte is too negative.
1. Check the zero current (go to 0 CurrEnt under the diagnostic menu). if the zero current is appreciably greater than the
measurement current, the nEEd 0 CAL warning will appear.
2. Verify that the zero current is close to the value given in the calibration section for the analyte being determined.
3. Rezero the sensor. Refer to the calibration and troubleshooting sections for the sensor for more information.
10.8.5 rtd FAIL, TEMP HI, and TEMP LO
These messages usually mean that the RTd is open or shorted or there is an open or short in the connecting wiring.
1. Verify all wiring connections, including wiring in a junction box if one is being used.
2. d isconnect the RTd iN, RTd SENSE, and RTd RETu RN leads or the thermistor leads at the transmitter. Be sure to
note the color of the wire and where it was attached. Measure the resistance between the RTd iN and RETu RN leads.
For a thermistor, measure the resistance between the two leads. The resistance should be close to the value in the
table in Section 16.12. if the temperature element is open or shorted, replace the sensor. in the meantime, use manual temperature compensation.
10.8.6 SenSE OPEn
Most Rosemount Analytical sensors use a Pt100 or Pt1000 in a three-wire configuration. The in and return leads connect
the RTd to the measuring circuit in the analyzer. A third wire, called the sense line, is connected to the return lead. The
sense line allows the analyzer to correct for the resistance of the in and return leads and to correct for changes in lead wire
resistance with changes in ambient temperature.
1. Verify all wiring connections, including wiring in a junction box if one is being used.
2. d isconnect the RTd SENSE and RTd RETu RN wires. Measure the resistance between the leads. it should be less
than 5 W. if the sense line is open, replace the sensor as soon as possible.
3. The transmitter can be operated with the sense line open. The measurement will be less accurate because the
transmitter can no longer compensate for lead wire resistance. However, if the sensor is to be used at approximately
constant ambient temperature, the lead wire resistance error can be eliminated by calibrating the sensor at the
measurement temperature. Errors caused by changes in ambient temperature cannot be eliminated. To make the
error message disappear, connect the RTd SENSE and RETu RN terminals with a jumper.
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SECTION 10.0
DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10.8.7 OFFSEt Err
The OFFSEt Err message appears if the zero offset (in mV) exceeds the programmed limit. Before increasing the limit to
make the OFFSEt Err message disappear, check the following:
1. Verify that the reference meter is working properly and is properly calibrated.
2. Verify that the process sensor is working. Check its response in a solution of known conductivity.
3. if the transmitter is standardized against the conductivity determined in a grab sample, be sure to measure the conductivity before the temperature of the grab sample changes more than a few degrees.
4. Verify that the process sensor is fully immersed in the liquid. if the sensor is not completely submerged, it may not
properly measure the conductivity of the process liquid.
5. Check the sensor for cleanliness. if the sensor looks fouled or dirty, clean it. Refer to the sensor instruction manual for
cleaning procedures.
10.8.8 FACt FAIL
FACt FAIL means the unit has not been factory calibrated. Call the factory. The transmitter will probably need to be
returned to the factory for calibration.
10.8.9 CPU FAIL and ROM FAIL
CPU FAIL means that the processing unit has failed internal tests. ROM FAIL means that the internal memory has failed.
1. Cycle the power. Leave the transmitter without power for at least 30 seconds before returning power to it.
2. if cycling the power fails to clear the error message, the CPu board probably needs replacing. Call the factory for assistance.
10.8.10 AdC Error
AdC Error means the analog to digital converter has failed.
1. Verify that sensor wiring is correct and connections are tight. Be sure to check connections at the junction box if one
is being used. See Section 3.0.
2. d isconnect sensor(s) and simulate temperature and sensor input.
3. if the transmitter does not respond to simulated signals, the analog PCB has probably failed. Call the factory for assistance.
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SECTION 11.0
MAINTENANCE
SECTION 11.0
MAINTENANCE
11.1 Ov ERv IEw
11.3 CORRECTIv E MAINTENANCE
Maintenance consists of "Preventative" and
"Corrective" measures.
Refer to Figure 11-2 and Figure 11-3 for an exploded
view of the 5081-C Transmitters.
11.2 PREv ENTATIv E MAINTENANCE
Tables 11-1 and 11-2 list suggested spare parts along
with part numbers. Sales and service locations are
located on the back pages of this manual.
11.2.1 Transmitter Maintenance. Transmitter maintenance consists of periodic calibration. A monthly calibration is a good starting maintenance schedule. This
schedule can then be fine tuned to the site process.
11.2.2 Sensor Maintenance. Sensor maintenance
consists of periodic cleaning of the electrode.
A weekly cleaning is a good starting maintenance
schedule. This schedule can then be fine tuned to the
site process.
11.2.3 Initiating HOLD Function For Maintenance.
To place the transmitter into the Hold operational
mode prior to servicing the sensor, press the HOLD
key on the iRC (infrared remote control). The message field will respond with a message concerning the
present hold condition. Press the iRC editing key to
toggle to the On condition. Press ENTER to activate
HOLD output.
Hold Mode will maintain the operating current output
at the programmed value regardless of process
changes. Refer to Section 4.2, step 4, for instructions
on how to set this value.
Temperature/Current output segments change to indicate the current output level. See Figure 10-1.
Hold field illuminated
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FIGURE 11-1. Hold Annunciation
The section of the LCd reserved for hold annunciation
(Refer to Figure 11-1) will display HOLD when the
transmitter is in the Hold Mode.
To return transmitter to normal operation, press HOLD
on the iRC again to access the hold toggling function.
Always calibrate after cleaning or replacing the sensor.
Press the iRC editing key to toggle to the OFF condition. Press ENTER to disengage the HOLD output
function.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 11.0
MAINTENANCE
TABLE 11-1. Model 5081C Replacement Parts and Accessories
Part #
2002577
23572-00
23593-01
23652-01
23992-04
23992-05
33360-00
33337-02
33362-00
9550187
33342-00
33343-00
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Pipe Mounting Bracket
infrared Remote Control
Enclosure (Circuit End Cap)
PCB (d isplay board)
PCB Stack, 5081-C-HT (Fact Cal ) w/o d isplay (CPu and Analog boards)
PCB Stack, 5081-C-FF (Fact Cal ) w/o d isplay (CPu and Analog boards)
Enclosure (Body), Housing With Glass
Terminal Block
Enclosure Cover (Terminal End Cap)
o -Ring, Front / Rear Cover
Lock, Cover, Front (o rder P/N 33343-00 also)
Locking Bracket Nut (o rder P/N 33342-00 also)
MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 12.0
THEORy OF OPERATION
SECTION 12.0
THEORy OF OPERATION
12.1 Ov ERv IEw
12.4 OUTPUT LOGIC
This section is a general description of how the Model
5081-C Transmitter operates. This section is for those
users who desire a greater understanding of the transmitter’s operation.
Normal transmitter operation specifies that the output
tracks the process. However, the transmitter can be put
into other modes of operation.
12.2 CONDUCTIv ITy
The conductivity sensor produces a “conductance signal”
that is proportional to the conductivity of the process
solution. The transmitter subtracts a baseline zero conductivity signal from the sensor signal and multiplies the
result by the cell constant and the cell factor. This
absolute conductivity is then corrected to the reference
temperature (usually 25°C) using the process temperature measured by a RTd located in the conductivity sensor. in the “n SALt”, “CAtion” and “rStvty” modes, the
Model 5081-C automatically calculates the amount of
correction needed.
in conductivity mode “LinEAr”, the microprocessor also
adjusts the amount of correction required for temperature
compensation by means of a temperature slope adjustment. This slope may be adjusted between 0 to 5%/°C
either manually via the infrared Remote Control Keypad
or automatically during bench or process calibration. This
slope controls the amount of correction required in the
temperature compensation circuit, and is specific to the
process, giving you the most accurate conductivity reading possible.
12.3 HART COMMUNICATION
A Mo d AC (An application specific integrated Circuit) is
connected across the current loop to read and transmit
the superimposed HART communications. The transmitter communicates via the HART protocol which uses an
industry standard BELL 202 frequency shift keying (FSK)
technique. This FSK signal is an AC signal, whose frequency is shifted higher or lower, depending upon the
condition of the digital signal (High or Low). This communication conforms to the Rosemount HART® specification and is used to configure and interrogate the transmitter.
These modes are:
Fault Mode (in the event of a fault). Sets the transmitter output to the value set during configuration. (Between
3.80 and 22.00mA). This mode is over-ridden by the
HOLD or TEST modes.
Hold Mode (manually placed in hold). Holds the output
current to the value set during configuration. This value
may be between 3.80 and 22.00 mA.
Hold mode supersedes the fault mode value. The current
output measurement is “Frozen” while the transmitter is
in the Hold Mode.
Test Mode (manually placed to test output). Can only
be accessed through the Program menu, and is only
active during the time the prompt is visible.
o utput is set to the entered value and supersedes the
Hold and Fault modes, if such exist.
Test mode also disables the normal timeout feature (2
minutes after the last keystroke is made) for 20 minutes.
Timeout. The display will normally timeout and default to
the Main d isplay two (2) minutes after the last keystroke
is made.
While the output is being tested, or if a 2-point calibration
is being performed, the timeout is adjusted to 20 minutes.
if a custom curve is being programmed, no timeout will
be applied.
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MODEL 5081-C
SECTION 13.0
RETURN OF MATERIAL
SECTION 13.0
RETURN OF MATERIAL
13.1 GENERAL.
13.1 NON-w ARRANTy REPAIR.
To expedite the repair and return of instruments, proper
communication between the customer and the factory
is important. Call 1-949-757-8500 for a Return
Materials Authorization (RMA) number.
The following is the procedure for returning for repair
instruments that are no longer under warranty:
13.2 w ARRANTy REPAIR.
The following is the procedure for returning instruments still under warranty:
1.
Call Rosemount Analytical for authorization.
2.
To verify warranty, supply the factory sales order
number or the original purchase order number. in
the case of individual parts or sub-assemblies, the
serial number on the unit must be supplied.
3.
Carefully package the materials and enclose your
“Letter of Transmittal” (see Warranty). if possible,
pack the materials in the same manner as they
were received.
4.
Send the package prepaid to:
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Analytical
2400 Barranca Parkway
irvine, CA 92606
Attn: Factory Repair
RMA No. ____________
Mark the package: Returned for Repair
Model No. ____
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1.
Call Rosemount Analytical for authorization.
2.
Supply the purchase order number, and make
sure to provide the name and telephone number
of the individual to be contacted should additional
information be needed.
3.
d o Steps 3 and 4 of Section 13.2.
NOTE
Consult the factory for additional information regarding service or repair.
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w ARRANTy
Goods and part(s) (excluding consumables) manufactured by Seller are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of shipment by Seller.
Consumables, pH electrodes, membranes, liquid junctions, electrolyte, o -rings, etc. are warranted to be free from defects
in workmanship and material under normal use and service for a period of ninety (90) days from date of shipment by Seller.
Goods, part(s) and consumables proven by Seller to be defective in workmanship and / or material shall be replaced or
repaired, free of charge, F.o .B. Seller's factory provided that the goods, parts(s), or consumables are returned to Seller's
designated factory, transportation charges prepaid, within the twelve (12) month period of warranty in the case of goods
and part(s), and in the case of consumables, within the ninety (90) day period of warranty. This warranty shall be in effect
for replacement or repaired goods, part(s) and consumables for the remaining portion of the period of the twelve (12)
month warranty in the case of goods and part(s) and the remaining portion of the ninety (90) day warranty in the case of
consumables. A defect in goods, part(s) and consumables of the commercial unit shall not operate to condemn such commercial unit when such goods, parts(s) or consumables are capable of being renewed, repaired or replaced.
The Seller shall not be liable to the Buyer, or to any other person, for the loss or damage, directly or indirectly, arising
from the use of the equipment or goods, from breach of any warranty or from any other cause. All other warranties,
expressed or implied are hereby excluded.
iN Co NSid ERATio N o F THE STATEd Pu RCHASE PRiCE o F THE Go o d S, SELLER GRANTS o NLY THE ABo VE
STATEd EXPRESS WARRANTY. No o THER WARRANTiES ARE GRANTEd iNCLu d iNG, Bu T No T LiMiTEd To ,
EXPRESS ANd iMPLiEd WARRANTiES o F MERCHANTABiLiTY ANd FiTNESS Fo R A PARTiCu LAR Pu RPo SE.
RETURN OF MATERIAL
Material returned for repair, whether in or out of warranty, should be shipped prepaid to:
Emerson Process Management
Rosemount Analytical
2400 Barranca Parkway
Irvine, CA 92606
The shipping container should be marked:
Return for Repair
Model _______________________________
The returned material should be accompanied by a letter of transmittal which should include the following information
(make a copy of the "Return of Materials Request" found on the last page of the Manual and provide the following thereon):
1. Location type of service, and length of time of service of the device.
2. d escription of the faulty operation of the device and the circumstances of the failure.
3. Name and telephone number of the person to contact if there are questions about the returned material.
4. Statement as to whether warranty or non-warranty service is requested.
5. Complete shipping instructions for return of the material.
Adherence to these procedures will expedite handling of the returned material and will prevent unnecessary additional
charges for inspection and testing to determine the problem with the device.
if the material is returned for out-of-warranty repairs, a purchase order for repairs should be enclosed.
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