Siemens SIPART PS2 6DR50xx Technical data

SIPART PS2
6DR50xx
6DR51xx
6DR52xx
6DR53xx
Edition 10/2006
Manual
Electropneumatic Positioner for
Linear and Part-Turn Actuators
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Geschäftsgebiet Prozessinstrumentierung-- und
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Information for the Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.1
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.2
Classification of Safety Related Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.3
Qualified Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.4
Use as intended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.5
Technical Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.6
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.7
Delivery Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0.8
Standards and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1
General information about the positioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Design and Method of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2
Design name plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3
Instrument Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.1
Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.2
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.3
Pneumatic Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.4
Mounting Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.5
Purge air switching (not in the explosion proof version) . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.6
Restrictors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4
Method of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5
HART-function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6
State as supplied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7
Installation of options modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.1
Installation of options modules in normal and intrinsically
safe versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.2
Installation of options modules in explosion proof version . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.3
Iy-module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.4
Alarm module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.5
SIA module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.6
Mechanical limit switch module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.7
EMC filter module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.8
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preparing for Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1
Instrument identification (type key) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2
Dimensional drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.1
Instructions for using positioners in a wet environment . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.2
Instructions for using positioners which are exposed to strong
accelerations or vibrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.3
Mounting kit “linear actuator” 6DR4004-8V and 6DR4004-8L . . . . . . .
3.3.4
Assembly procedure (see figure 3-7, page 51) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.3.5
3.3.6
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3.6.5
3.6.6
3.6.7
3.7
Mounting kit “part-turn actuator” 6DR4004-8D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembly procedure (see figure 3-8 and figure 3-9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection in non-intrinsically safe and explosion proof version . . . . .
Connection in intrinsically safe version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection in type of protection “n” version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pneumatic Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparations for linear actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic initialization of linear actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual initialization of linear actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparations for part-turn actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic initialization of part-turn actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual initialization of part-turn actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic initialization (structograms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying initialization data (positioner exchange) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operation
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.6
4.7
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Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meaning of the diagnostic values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Online diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fault correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meaning of the other display text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optimizing the controller data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Scope of Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1
Scope of delivery of standard controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2
Scope of delivery of options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3
Scope of delivery of accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4
List of Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Literature and catalogs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Information for the Operator
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Dear customer,
Please read this manual before starting work!
It contains important information and data which, when observed,
ensure full availability of the equipment and save service costs. This
simplifies handling of this control instrument considerably and provides
accurate measuring results.
You have purchased an instrument which can be installed in various
configurations:
S SIPART PS2 without Ex-protection in a metal- or plastic housing.
S SIPART PS2 with EEx ia/ib-protection in a metal- or plastic housing.
S SIPART PS2 EEx d in a pressurized explosion proof housing
This manual takes each of these possibilities into consideration.
Any differences between the devices are indicated specially.
Scope of delivery, see chapter 7, page 153.
0.1
General information
The product described in this manual left the factory in a perfectly safe
and tested condition. To maintain this condition and to achieve perfect
and reliable operation of this product, it must only be used in the way
described by the manufacturer. Successful and safe operation of this
equipment is dependent on proper handling, installation, operation and
maintenance.
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This manual contains the information required for use as intended of
the product it describes. It is addressed to technically qualified personnel specially trained or having relevant knowledge of instrumentation
and control technology, hereafter called automation technology.
Familiarity with and proper technical observance of the safety notes
and warnings contained in this manual are essential for safe installation
and commissioning and for safety in operation and maintenance of the
product described. Only qualified personnel as defined in Chapter 0.3
has the necessary specialist knowledge to interpret the general safety
notes and warnings given in this document in specific cases and to
take the necessary action.
The documentation supplied with the instrument is listed in Chapter 0.5.
This manual is not a permanent part of the scope of supply. For reasons
of clarity, it does not contain every detail about every version of the
product described and cannot take every eventuality in installation, operation, maintenance and use in systems into account. If you require
further information or if problems occur that have not been dealt with in
sufficient detail in this document, please request the required information from your local Siemens office or the office responsible for you.
Functionality, commissioning and operation are described in this
manual.
Please pay special attention to the Warning and Note texts. These are
separated from the remaining text by horizontal lines and specially
marked with symbols (see Chapter 0.2).
0.2
Classification of Safety Related Notices
This manual contains notices which you should observe to ensure your
own personal safety, as well as to protect the product and connected
equipment. These notices are highlighted in the manual by a warning
triangle and are marked as follows according to the level of danger:
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!
DANGER
!
WARNING
indicates an immenently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious inury.
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
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CAUTION
used with the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
indicates a potential situation which, if not avoided, may result in an
undesirable result or state.
.
NOTE
highlights important information on the product, using the product,
or part of the documentation that is of particular importance and that
will be of benefit to the user.
0.3
Qualified Personnel
The result of unqualified intervention in the instrument or nonobservance of the warnings given in this manual or on product labels can be
severe personal injury and/or serious material damage. Therefore only
properly qualified personnel must make changes and settings in the
instrument.
For the purpose of the safety information in this manual and on the
product labels, qualified personnel are those who
S in the case of ex-proof equipment, are trained, instructed or
authorized to perform work on electrical circuits of equipment
subject to explosion hazard.
S if they are configuration personnel, are familiar with the safety
concepts of automation technology
S if they are operating personnel, have been instructed in the handling
of automation equipment and know the content of this manual
relating to operation
S if they are commissioning and/or service personnel, are trained to
repair such automation equipment and authorized to energize,
de-energize, clear ground and tag circuits and equipment according
to safety engineering standards.
S and instructed additionally in first aid
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WARNING
The instrument must only be installed and commissioned by qualified
personnel.
The device may be used solely for the purposes described in this
manual.
The instrument is designed for connection to functional and safety
extra low voltage.
Electrical safety depends only on the power supply equipment.
Pneumatic actuators exert considerable positioning forces. The safety
precautions of the actuator used must therefore be scrupulously
observed during installation and commissioning in order to prevent
injuries.
We explicitly draw your attention to the necessity of observing safety
regulations regarding operation in zones subject to explosion hazard,
if applicable.
The specifications of the examination certificate valid in your country
must be observed. Laws and regulations valid in your country must be
observed for the electrical installation in explosions hazardous areas.
In Germany these are for example:
-Working reliability regulations
-Regulations for installing electrical equipment in hazardous areas,
DIN EN 60079-14 (in the past VDE 0165, T1).
It should be checked whether the available power supply, insofar as
this is required, is compliant with the power supply specified on the
rating plate and specified in the examination certificate valid in your
country.
Take care to avoid electrostatic discharges within the hazardous area,
such as can arise if a dry cloth is used to clean the positioner in the
plastic housing.
Devices with the protection type “flameproof enclosure” may only be
opened when the power is off.
!
WARNING
Devices with the protection type “intrinsically safe” lose their certification as soon as they are operated with circuits that do not conform to
the specifications laid down in the examination certificate valid in your
country.
The successful and safe operation of this equipment is dependent
upon its proper handling, installation, operation and maintenance.
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0.4
WARNING
The device may not be operated while the leaflets are in the housing.
Use as intended
Use as intended for the purpose of this manual means that this product
must only be used for the applications described in the technical description (see also Chapter 3 of this manual).
The product described in this manual has been developed, manufactured, tested and documented observing the relevant safety standards.
If the handling rules and safety information for configuration, installation, use as intended and maintenance are observed, there is normally
no danger with regard to material damage or for the health of personnel. Extra low voltages that are connected must be fed in by safe isolation.
0.5
Technical Documentation
The operating instructions are a constituent part of the enclosed CD
“sipartp ps2 POSITIONERS” (order number A5E00214567) and is
available on the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/sipartps2
Click on “More Info” and --> “Instructions and Manuals”.
On the enclosed CD, you will find an extract of the catalog FI 01 “Field
devices for process automation” with the current order data. The entire
FI 01 catalog is also available at the above Web address.
0.6
Warranty Information
We should like to point out that the content of this manual is not part of
and does not modify a previous or current agreement, undertaking or
legal relationship. Siemens is bound solely by the contract of sale,
which also contains the complete and exclusive warranty. The contractual warranty conditions are neither extended nor restricted by this
document.
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0.7
Delivery Notes
The scope of delivery is listed on the dispatch papers accompanying
the delivery in accordance with the valid contract of sale.
When you open the packaging please observe the information on the
packaging. Check that the delivery is complete and undamaged.
If possible, compare the order number on the rating plates with the ordering data.
For the scope of delivery please see Chapter 7, page 153.
0.8
Standards and Regulations
As far as possible, the harmonized European standards were used to
specify and manufacture this equipment. If harmonized European standards have not been applied, the standards and regulations of the Federal Republic of Germany apply (see also the Technical Data in Chapter 6, page 147).
If this product is used outside the area of applicability of these standards and regulations, please observe the standards and regulations in
force in the country where the product is operated.
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Introduction
1.1
General information about the positioner
The positioner is used to adjust and control pneumatic actuators.
The controller operates electropneumatically with compressed air as an
energy supply.
Purpose
For example, the positioner can be used to control valves as follows:
S with linear actuator (figure 1-1, page 13) or
S with part-turn actuator VDI/VDE 3845 (figure 1-2, page 13)
Different mounting types are available for linear actuators:
S NAMUR or IEC 534
S integrated mounting to ARCA
S integrated mounting to SAMSON (non-explosion-proof version)
This means the positioner can be installed and operated on all common
actuator systems.
Versions
The positioner is available for the following actuators:
S double-acting and
S single-acting
For following applications:
S potentially explosive or
S not potentially explosive applications.
Housing
The electronics with display, position feedback and valve block are integrated in the housing.
The housing is available in three versions:
S Plastic housing for single and double-acting actuators
S Metal housing for single-acting actuators
S Explosion proof housing for single and double-acting actuators
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Degree of
protection
The device is designed with IP66/NEMA4x degree of protection.
Explosion
Protection
The intrinsically safe version can be used in hazardous areas in zone 1
or zone 2.
The explosion proof version can be used in hazardous areas in zone 1
or zone 2.
The version with the type of protection “n” can be used in hazardous
areas of zone 2.
SIL applications
The SIPART PS2 positioners in the variations 6DR501*, 6DR511*,
6DR521* and 6DR531* (i.e. with 0/4 up to 20 mA control signal in the
single-acting design) are also suitable for positioning on fittings with
pneumatic actuators, which satisfy the special requirements for safety
devices up to SIL 2 to IEC 61508/ IEC 61511-1. For this, the SIL safety
instructions (see “SIPART PS2 SIL safety manual” A5E00442120) must
be followed.
Options
The positioner can be expanded with various options modules (chapter 2.7, page 27). The following modules are available in all:
S
Iy-module:
Two-wire current output 4 to 20 mA for position feedback
S Alarm module: 3 digital outputs and 1 digital input
S SIA module: one digital output for fault messages, two digital outputs for limit value alarms
Accessories
S Manometer block: 2 or 3 manometers for single and double-acting
positioners
S Connection block (NAMUR) for safety valve block
S Mounting kits for linear and part-turn actuator
For decentralized installation of the positioner and position sensor:
S External position detection system
S Non-Contacting Position Sensor (NCS)
Environmental
Protection
Only environmentally friendly materials have been used in the construction of the positioner.
The technical manual is printed on chlorine-free bleached paper.
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4
2
3
5
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 1-1
Actuator
Positioner, single-acting in metal housing
Lantern
Manometer block, single-acting
Valve
Positioner mounted on linear actuator (single-acting)
3
1
2
1
2
3
Figure 1-2
Positioner double-acting in plastic housing
Part-turn actuator
Manometer block, double-acting
Positioner mounted on part-turn actuator (double-acting)
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2
4
3
1
2
3
4
Figure 1-3
Actuator
Positioner, single-acting in explosion proof housing
Lantern
Manometer block, single-acting
Explosion proof version of the positioner mounted on linear actuator (single-acting)
1
3
2
1
2
3
Figure 1-4
Positioner double-acting in explosion proof housing
Part-turn actuator
Manometer block, double-acting
Explosion proof version of the positioner mounted on part-turn actuator (double-acting)
Table 1-1
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Design and Functional Principle
Design and Method of Operation
2
The following chapter describes the mechanical and electrical design,
the instrument components and method of operation of the positioner.
2.1
Overview
Introduction
The electropneumatic positioner forms a control system in connection
with an actuator. The current position of the actuator is detected by a
servo potentiometer and fed back as actual value x. The setpoint and
actual value are output simultaneously on the display.
The setpoint w is formed by a current fed to the positioner which at
the same time serves to supply the positioner in two-wire operation.
In 3/4-wire operation the supply comes from a 24 V voltage input.
The positioner operates as a predictive five-point switch by the output
variable ±∆y of which the integrated actuating valves are controlled with
pulse length modulation.
These actuating signals cause fluctuations in pressure in the actuator
chamber(s) and thus adjustment of the actuator until the control error is
zero.
Operation (manual) and configuration (structuring, initialization and
parameterization) is effected by three keys and a display with the housing cover removed.
The standard controller has one digital input (DI1). This can be configured individually and can be used for blocking the operating modes for
example.
With the Iy-option module, the current actuator position can be output
as a two wire signal Iy = 4 to 20 mA.
In addition the actuator can be monitored for two programmable limit
values which respond on exceeding or dropping below the stroke or
angle of rotation.
The limit value alarms are output by the alarm option module which can
monitor and report the function of the positioner and the actuator additionally through a fault message output. The value of the control difference dependent on the travel time is monitored in automatic mode. The
fault signal is always set when the control error cannot be leveled after
a certain time because for example the valve is blocked or the mains
pressure is insufficient. The three digital outputs are implemented as
semiconductor outputs and are error self-reporting, i.e. the outputs re-
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spond even when the power supply fails or the electronics are defective.
The actuator can also be blocked or driven to its final positions depending on the configuration for example by an external event via a digital
input (DI2) on the alarm module.
If you require electrically independent limit value messages from the
standard controller, you will have to use the SIA module with the slot
initiators instead of the alarm module.
Communication with the controller is possible via the optional HART
interface.
To be able to use the positioner with a variety of different part-turn and
linear actuators, it has a friction clutch and switchable gearing.
The switchable gearing allows you to adjust the positioner for small and
large lifts. You can switch using the yellow switch (8, Fig. 2-11, page 28)
between 33_ (as delivered) and 90_.
The friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-11, page 28) allows you to set the working
range, particularly for linear actuators, after installation. You thus do not
have to ensure symmetrical mounting during the installation.
As it is not allowed to open the housing of an explosion-proof version in
a potentially explosive atmosphere, the shaft has an externally fitted,
additional friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-12, page 31).
NOTICE
for the explosion-proof version:
Only adjust the outer friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-12, page 31). The internal
friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-11 page 28) is fixed and, for the explosionproof version, must not be adjusted.
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2.2
Name plate design
(2)
(1)
(8)
(7)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
Order number
Manufacturer
Product name
Technical data
Figure 2-1
2.3
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Serial number
Place of manufacture
Protection class
Observe manual
Design name plate, example with protection class EEx ia/ib
Instrument Components
14
3
15
33 O
90°
2
DI1
O
1
90
13
3/4 W
0/4...20 mA
4...20 mA
2W
4
33°
12
6.1
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
6.1
6.2
*)
10
Input: Supply air
Output: Actuating pressure Y1
Display
Output: Actuating pressure Y2 *)
Operating keys
Restrictor
Restrictor Y1
Restrictor Y2 *)
9
8
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
7
6.2
6
5
Silencer
Transmission ratio selector
Adjusting wheel for frichtion clutch
Terminals options modules
Dummy plug
Screw-type cable gland
Terminal plate on cover
Purging air switch
in double-acting actuators
Figure 2-2
View of the positioner in normal version (cover open)
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3
9
6.1
1 12
7
10
--
10
1
2
3
4
5
6.1
6.2
*)
238
9
138
1
2
+
6.2 4
5
Input: Supply air
Output: Actuating pressure Y1
Display
Output: Actuating pressure Y2 *)
Operating keys
Restrictor Y1
Restrictor Y2 *)
7
8
9
10
12
8
Transmission ratio selector
(only possible with positioner open)
Adjusting wheel for friction clutch
Terminals standard controller
Terminals options modules
Safety catch
in double-acting actuators
Figure 2-3
View of the explosion proof version of the positioner
2.3.1 Motherboard
The motherboard contains all the electronic elements such as the CPU,
memory, A/D converter. It also contains the display and the operating
keys.
In addition, the terminal strips for connecting the options modules are
also on the motherboard.
2.3.2 Electrical Connections
The terminals of the standard controller, the Iy- and alarm-option module are arranged at the left-hand front edges and offset against each
other in staircase form.
A module cover protects the modules from being pulled out and prevents incorrect installation.
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2.3.3 Pneumatic Connections
The pneumatic connections are on the right hand side of the positioner
(figure 2-4 and figure 2-5).
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
Actuating pressure Y1 in single- and double-acting actuators
Feedback shaft
Supply air Pz
Actuating pressure Y2 in double-acting actuators
Exhaust air output E with silencer on the bottom of the instrument
Figure 2-4
Pneumatic connection in normal version
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
*)
Restrictor Y2 *)
Restrictor Y1
Actuating pressure Y2 *)
Supply air PZ
5
6
7
Actuating pressure Y1
Exhaust air output E
Housing ventilation (2x)
in double-acting actuators
Figure 2-5
Pneumatic connection in explosion proof version
In addition, there are pneumatic connections on the back of the positioner for integrated installation in single-acting linear actuators.
S Actuating pressure Y1
S Exhaust air output E (not in explosion proof version)
In the ex-factory state, these connections are sealed by screws
(see figure 3-1, page 41, figure 3-3, page 42 and figure 3-4, page 43).
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The exhaust air output E can be provided for supplying dry instrument
air to the tapping chamber and spring chamber to prevent corrosion.
Figure 2-6, page 21 shows the pneumatic connection variants for the
different actuator types, the positioning action and the safety position
after power failure.
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Positioning
pressure
Connection
Actuator type
Y1
Closed
Safety position after power failure
electrical
pneumatic
Closed
Closed
Open
Open
Open
In part-turn actuators the
direction of rotation
counterclockwise looking
onto the actuating shaft of
the valve is usually defined
as “Open”.
Y1
Closed
Open
Y2
Open
Y1
Closed
Closed
Open
Last position
(before power
failure)
Open
Y1
Closed
Y2
Closed
Y1
Open
up
down
Down
Down
Up
Up
Y1
up
down
Y2
Y1
up
down
Up
Last position
(before power
failure)
Y1
Y2
up
down
Figure 2-6
up
down
Down
Pneumatic connection positioning
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2.3.4 Mounting Kit
The positioner can be mounted on almost all actuators with the appropriate mounting kit.
2.3.5 Purge air switching (not in the explosion proof version)
The purge air switch is accessible above the pneumatic terminal strip
with the housing open (figure 2-7). In the IN position the inside of the
housing is purged with very small amounts of clean, dry instrument air.
In the OUT position the purge air is fed directly to the outside air.
Figure 2-7
Purge air switch on the valve block, view of the positioner onto pneumatic connection side
with cover open
2.3.6 Restrictors
In order to achieve travel times of > 1.5 s in small actuators, the air rate
can be reduced with the restrictors Y1 and Y2 (figure 2-8, in explosion
proof version, see figure 2-5, page 19). By turning to the right the air
rate is reduced up to shutting off. To set the restrictors it is advisable to
close them and then open them slowly (see initialization RUN3).
In the case of double-acting valves make sure that both chokes are set
approximately equal.
Hexagon socket 2.5 mm
Y1 Y2
Figure 2-8
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Restrictors
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2.4
Method of Operation
The electropneumatic positioner SIPART PS2 forms a control circuit
with the pneumatic actuator in which the actual value x is the position
of the actuator bar in linear actuators or the position of the actuator
shaft in part-turn actuators and the command variable w is the
actuating current of a controller or a manual control station of 4 to
20 mA.
The stroke or part-turn movement of the actuator is transferred by the
appropriate mounting accessories, the feedback shaft and a play-free
switchable gearwheel to a high quality conductive plastic potentiometer
and to the analog input of the microcontroller. The current position can
also be preset for the positioner via an external sensor. The detection
of the stroke or rotation andle is performed by a non-contacting position sensor (Non Contacting Position Sensor) directly at the actuator.
This may correct the angle error of the stroke tap, compares the
potemtiometer voltage as actual value x with the setpoint w fed in at
the terminals 3 and 7 and calculates the manipulated variable
increments Δy. Depending on the size and direction of the control
error (x-w) the piezo-controlled supply air or exhaust air valve is
opened. The volume of the actuator integrates the positioning
increments to actuating pressure y open which moves the actuator bar
or actuator shaft approximately proportionally. These positioning
increments change the actuating pressure until the control error
becomes zero.
The pneumatic actuators are available in single and double-acting
versions. Only one pressure chamber is aerated or deaerated in the
single-acting version. The resulting pressure operates against a spring.
In the double-acting version, two pressure chambers are counteractive.
In this case the one volume is deaerated when the other volume is
aerated. See the block diagram figure 2-10, page 25.
The control algorithm is an adaptive predictive five-point switch
(see figure 2-9, page 24).
The valves are controlled with continuous contact at large control errors
(fast step zone). At medium control errors the valve is controlled by
pulse length modulated pulses (short step zone).
No actuating pulses are output in the small control error zone (adaptive
dead zone). The dead zone adaptation and the continuous adaptation
of the minimum pulse lengths in automatic operation cause the best
possible control accuracy to be achieved at the lowest switching frequency. The start parameters are determined during the initialization
phase and stored in a non-volatile memory. These are basically the real
travel with the mechanical limit stops, the travel times, the size of the
dead zone etc.
In addition the number of fault messages, changes in direction and the
number of strokes are determined and stored every 15 minutes during
operation. These parameters can be read out and documented by the
communication programs such as PDM and AMS. Conclusions as to
the wear on the fitting can be drawn (diagnostic function) especially by
comparing the old value with the currently determined values.
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Figure 2-10, page 25 shows the block diagrams for single- and doubleacting actuators with the linear actuator as an example.
.
NOTE
The exhaust air valve is always open when there is no current.
Figure 2-9
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Method of operation five-point switch
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HART
2
BE1
3
Zuluft air
Supply
_
3V
_
+
I W+
y
pZ
y
+
Exhaust
Abluft air
+24 V
p1
+5 V
p1
W
A
D
A
y0
+U
p2
Micro-
I W-
controller
p2
D
Abluft
Exhaust
air
_
+
W
x0
4
x
U
U
6
I
5
BE2
A1
A2
I
I
9
8
p2
7
A1
A2
p1
p1
stroke
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
stroke
Motherboard with microcontroller and input circuit
Control panel with LC-display and momentary action switch
Piezo-valve unit, always built-in
Valve unit with double-acting positioner always built-in
Iy-module for positioner SIPART PS2
Alarm module for three alarm outputs and one digital input
SIA-module (Slot Initiator-Alarm-module)
Spring-loaded pneumatic actuator (single-acting)
Spring-loaded pneumatic actuator (double-acting)
Figure 2-10
Block diagram of the electro-pneumatic positioner, functional diagram
.
NOTE
Alarm module (6) and SIA module (7) can only be used alternatively.
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2.5
HART-function
The positioner is also available with built-in HART-functions. The HART
protocol allows you to communicate with your instrument with a handheld communicatorR, PC or programming unit. This enables you to
configure your instrument comfortably, save configurations, call diagnostic data, display online measured values and much more. Communication takes place as frequency modulation over the existing signal
lines for the command variable from 4 to 20 mA.
Function
The SPART PS2 is integrated in the following parameterization tools:
S Handheld communicatorR
S PDM (Process Device Manager)
S AMS (Asset Management System)
S Cornerstone (without diagnostic values/-functions)
.
NOTE
Operation on the positioner has priority over the settings via the HART
interface.
Communication is aborted by a power failure at the positioner.
2.6
State as supplied
There are no mechanical mounting accessories on the controller in the
state as supplied. These must be ordered and installed according to
the “operating instructions” depending on the application.
The respective connections for single or double-acting versions are
prepared at the factory as ordered.
The pneumatic connections on the rear are sealed.
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2.7
Installation of options modules
2.7.1 Installation of options modules in normal and intrinsically safe
versions
The following option modules are available for the positioner in the
standard and the intrinsically safe version:
-- ly-module
-- Alarm module
-- SIA-module
-- Mechanical limit switch module
-- EMC filter module
The installation of the options modules is described below:
Installation
.
The option modules are secured by a assembly covering ((1), see
figure 2-11, page 28) and mechanically fixed.
NOTE
To install the option modules the housing of the positioner needs to be
opened. As soon as the positioner is opened, the IP66 degree of
protection is not guaranteed.
Open positioner
To open the positioner, the four screws of the housing cover must be
loosened with a Phillips screwdriver.
Disconnect or isolate the power supply cables.
Remove the module cover (1). To do this, the two screws (1.1) must be
removed with a screwdriver.
.
NOTE
To prevent premature wearing of the fixture by the self-tapping screws
(1.1), the following method of mounting the module cover (1) has
proven effective.
1. Turn the screws counterclockwise until you feel them snap into the
thread
2. Tighten both screws carefully in clockwise direction
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1.1
1
5
2.1
2.1
1.1
2
12
10
4
7
11
3
7.1
1
1.1
2
2.1
3
4
5
6
Module cover
Fixing screws
Motherboard
Fixing screws
Iy-module with ribbon cable (6)
Alarm module with ribbon cable (5)
Ribbon cable for alarm module
Ribbon cable for Iy-module
Figure 2-11
28
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
8
9
10
11
12
7.2
7.3
8
9
SIA-module and mechanical limit switch module
Special screw
Actuating disc for A1 (terminals 41 and 42)
Actuating disc for A2 (terminals 51 and 52)
Adjusting wheel for friction clutch
Transmission ratio selector
Insulating cover
Pneumatic block
Actuating disc bearings
Installation of Options Modules
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2.7.2 Installation of options modules in explosion proof version
The following option modules are available for the positioner in the explosion-proof version:
--
Iy-module
-- Alarm module
Installation
.
The options modules are protected and mechanically fixed by a module
cover ((1), see figure 2-12, page 31).
NOTE
The housing must be opened to install the options modules. The
degree of protection IP66/NEMA4x is not guaranteed as long as the
positioner is open.
!
WARNING
In areas in which the atmosphere may be potentially explosive, the
explosion-proof positioner may only be supplied with electrical auxiliary
power when the housing is closed and when built-in, approved electronics are used.
The feed-though openings for the electronic connections must be
sealed with EEX-d certified cable glands or EEx-d certified plugs or
an ignition lock must be mounted at a maximum distance of 46 cm
(18 inches) when using the “conduit”-system.
Open the
positioner
See figure 2-12, page 31. Disconnect or isolate the power supply
cables first.
To open the positioner, the safety catch (12) must be opened and the
screw-on cover unscrewed.
After loosening the four fixing screws (13.1) the complete rack (13) can
be removed. The actuator may have to be turned so that the clutch can
be easily disengaged.
Remove the module cover (1). To do this, the two screws (1.1) must be
removed with a screwdriver.
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.
NOTE
To prevent premature wearing of the fixture by the self-tapping screw
(1.1) next to the display, the following method of mounting the module
cover (1) has proven effective.
1. Turn the screws counterclockwise until you feel them snap into the
thread.
2. Tighten both screws carefully in clockwise direction.
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1.1
1
13.1
1.1
2
11
4
3
12
10
13.1 7
5
6
13
8
1
1.1
2
3
4
5
6
Module cover
Fixing screws
PA module
Iy module with ribbon cable
Alarm module with ribbon cable
Ribbon cable for alarm module
Ribbon cable for Iy module
Figure 2-12
7
8
10
11
12
13
13.1
Transmission ratio selector
Adjusting wheel for friction clutch
Housing
Screw-on cover
Safety catch
Rack
Fixing screws
Installation of the options modules in the explosion proof version
2.7.3 Iy-module
Function
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as a two wire signal Iy= 4 to 20 mA – potentially isolated from the
standard controller. The dynamic control of the Iy module makes it also
error self-reporting.
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Installation
Insert the Iy module (3) in the lower slot of the rack up to the stop and
use the 6-pin flat ribbon cable (6) provided to connect it to the
motherboard (see figure 2-11, page 28).
2.7.4 Alarm module
The alarm module contains
S 3 digital outputs and
S 1 digital input
Function
The digital outputs serve to output fault messages and alarms. The
configuration is described in chapter 4.4, page 95, with the parameters 44 to 54.
By an external signal applied at digital input (DI2) the actuator can be
blocked or driven to its limit positions for example depending on the
configuration. The configuration is described in chapter 4.4, page 95,
with the parameters 43.
The alarm module is available in two versions:
S explosion protected for connecting to switching amplifier
EN 60947-5-6
S non-explosion protected for connection to voltage sources with a
maximum 35 V
The semiconductor outputs of the alarm module report an alarm (signal
state Low) by switching off with high resistance. They are conductive in
the High state (without alarm). The dynamic control makes them error
self-reporting.
The outputs are potentially isolated from the basic circuit and each
other.
The digital input is double.
S one potential isolated for voltage level
S one not potential isolated for floating contacts
These two inputs are designed as logic OR links.
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Insert the alarm unit (4) below the motherboard in the rack up to the
stop and use the 8-pin flat ribbon cable (5) to connect it to the motherboard (see figure 2-11, page 28).
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2.7.5 SIA module
The SIA module contains:
S one binary output
S two binary outputs
Function
A collected fault message (see alarme module) is output via the binary
output. The floating digital output is implemented as a self error reporting semiconductor output.
The two binary outputs are used to report two mechanically adjustable
limit values (L1, L2) via slot initiators. These two outputs are electrically
independent of the rest of the electronics.
Installation
(Slot Initiator Alarm module) Proceed as follows for installation
(figure 2-11, page 28)::
1.
Remove all the electrical connections from the motherboard (2).
2.
Loosen the two fixing screws (2.1) of the motherboard.
3.
Snap out the motherboard by carefully bending the four holders.
4.
Insert the SIA module (7) from above until it reaches the upper
circuit board rail of the rack.
5.
Push the SIA module into the circuit board rail of the rack approx.
3 mm towards the right.
6.
Screw the special screw (7.1) through the SIA module into the axle
of the positioner (Torque: 2 Nm):
CAUTION
The pin pressed into the actuating disc bearing (12) must be adjusted
to just before touching with the special screw. The actuating disc bearing and the special screw must then be turned simultaneously so that
the pins slot into the special screw.
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Place the insulating cover (10) over the SIA module underneath
the surface of the motherboard at the container wall on one side.
The recesses in the insulating cover must slot into the corresponding lugs on the container wall. Place the insulating cover on the
SIA module by carefully bending the container walls.
8.
Snap the motherboard into the four holders and screw it tight again
with the two fixing screws (2.1).
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9.
Make all the electrical connections between the motherboard and
the options with the ribbon cables provided and between the motherboard and potentiometers with the potentiometer cable.
10. Fix the enclosed module cover instead of the standard version with
the two screws (1.1).
11. Select the plates which already exist on the standard version of the
module cover from the set of plates enclosed. Stick the selected
plates according to the standard version to the mounted module
cover. In the case of the version which doesn’t feature explosion
protection, stick the warning sign onto the side of the ground plate
opposite the name plate.
12. Make the electrical connections.
Setting the two limit values:
.
NOTE
Connect a suitable display instrument such as the Initiator-Tester
type 2/Ex made by Peperl+Fuchs to the terminals 41 and 42 or terminals 51 and 52 of the SIA module to be able to see the switching state
of the slot initiators.
.
1.
Drive the actuator to the first desired mechanical position.
2.
Adjust the top actuating disc (7.2) by hand until the output signal
on terminals 41 and 42 changes.
3.
Drive the actuator to the second desired mechanical position.
4.
Adjust the bottom actuating disc (7.3) by hand until the output signal on terminals 51 and 52 changes.
NOTE
If you turn the actuating disc beyond the switching point up to the next
switching point, you can set a high-low or a low-high change.
To avoid the actuating discs being accidentally adjusted during operating, they are relatively sluggish. The following remedy might be of help
if you are having trouble with the adjustment: open and close the actuator several times while holding the actuating discs. This temporarily
reduces the friction. This allows an easier and finer adjustment.
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2.7.6 Mechanical limit switch module
The mechanical limit switch module contains the following:
S A binary output for the output of a group error message)
S Two switches for signaling two limit values that can be set mechanically. These two switches are electrically independent from the rest
of the electronic system.
Installation
The installation has to be carried as follows (figure 2-11, page 28):
!
WARNING
!
DANGER
When the mechanical limit switch module is run with AC > 16 V or
DC > 35 V (low voltage), the housing must be protected against
mechanical actions of > 1 Joule, since otherwise the proper functioning
of the IP66 protective system is not guaranteed.
When the module is supplied with low voltage, you must observe the
basic safety rules before beginning work on the device, such as:
1. Deenergizing the module by disconnecting it via the disconnecting
device located directly upstream from the module
2. Securing it against being turned on again
3. Ensuring that the module is disconnected from the voltage supply
CAUTION
The following maximal values only refer to the clamps 41 and 42 as
well as the clamps 51 and 52.
Maximal voltage (not Ex)
AC 250 V or DC 24 V
Maximal current (not Ex)
AC/DC 4 A
Maximal voltage (Ex)
DC 30 V
Maximal current (Ex)
DC 100 mA
When you supply one circuit breaker with extra-low voltage (AC <16 V
or DC 35 < V) and the other with low voltage, you ensure that the cable insulation is doubled.
When operating the switch with low voltage, you must position the low
voltage circuits so that they are separated from the extra-low voltage
circuits.
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Follow the instructions below for installation:
1.
Remove all electrical connections on the motherboard (2).
2.
Loosen carefully both fixing screws (2.1) for the motherboard.
3.
Insert the limit switch module (7) from above until it reaches the
upper printed circuit board rail of the container.
4.
Insert the mechanical limit switch module (7) from above until it
reaches the upper circuit board rail of the rack.
5.
Push the mechanical limit switch module (7) into the circuit board
rail of the rack approx. 3 mm towards the right.
6.
Screw the special screw (7.1) through the mechanical limit switch
module into the axle of the positioner (torque: 2 Nm).
CAUTION
The pin pressed into the actuating disc bearing (12) must be adjusted just before it touches the special screw. In order that the pin
slot into the special screw, you must then turn the actuating disc
bearing and the special screw simultaneously
7.
Place the insulating cover (10) over the mechanical limit switch
module underneath the surface of the motherboard onto the container on the wall. The recesses in the insulating cover must slot
into the corresponding lugs on the container wall. Place the insulating cover on the mechanical limit switch module by carefully bending the container walls.
8.
Snap the motherboard board into the four holders and screw it tight
again with the two fixing screws (2.1).
9.
Make sure all electrical connections between the motherboard and
the options using the ribbon cables provided and between the motherboard and potentiometer using the potentiometer cable.
10. Fix the enclosed module cover (1) instead of the standard version
using the two screws (1.1).
.
NOTE
To prevent premature wearing of the fixture by the self-tapping screws
(1.1), the following method of mounting the module cover (1) has proven effective:
S Turn the screws counterclockwise until you feel them snap into the
thread.
S Tighten both screws carefully in a clockwise direction.
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NOTE
Before connecting up the limit contact module, ensure that:
S only qualified personnel connect and set the limit contact module.
S all cables are de-energized.
S the cables are stripped so that the insulation is flush with the terminal when plugging in the wires.
S the ends of stranded wires have sleeves.
S the connection cables are insulated according to the permitted current load.
S the permissible working temperature of the cables exceeds the
maximal ambient temperature by >25 _C.
S the Ex-version is only allowed to be operated in intrinsically safe
circuits with approved switching amplifiers.
Connection
Figure 2-13
1.
Loosen the screw (1) on the cover (2).
2.
Push the cover (2) till it reaches the front stop.
3.
Screw each cable tight in the appropriate terminal.
4.
Push the cover (2) till it stops at the motherboard.
5.
Tighten the screw (1) of the cover (2).
6.
Fix the cables of each switch in pairs on the mounting eye using
the cable binders provided (3).
Cable connection
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Setting the two limit values:
.
1.
Drive the actuator to the first desired mechanical position.
2.
Adjust the top actuating disc (7.2) by hand until the output signal
on terminals 41 and 42 changes.
3.
Drive the actuator to the second desired mechanical position.
4.
Adjust the bottom actuating disc (7.3) by hand until the output signal on terminals 51 and 52 changes.
NOTE
To avoid the actuating discs (7.2/7.3) being accidentally adjusted during operation, they are relatively sluggish. The following remedy might
be of help if you are having trouble with the adjustment: open and
close the actuator several times while holding the actuating discs. This
temporarily reduces the friction. This allows an easier and finer adjustment.
2.7.7 EMC filter module
The positioner can also be driven by an external position sensor (potentiometer or NCS) (see page 46 “3.3.2 Instructions for using positioners which are exposed to strong accelerations or vibrations”). An EMC
filter module, order number C73451-A430-D23, is required for this.
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Y1
Y1
PZ
Figure 2-14
PZ
Y2
Manometer block (left for single-acting, right for double-acting actuators)
Manometer block
The manometer block for single-acting actuator contains two manometers which are screwed to the lateral pneumatic connection of the
positioner with O-rings. The values for the input pressure (supply air
PZ) and output pressure (actuating pressure Y1) are displayed.
The manometer block for double-acting actuators contains three
manometers which are screwed to the lateral pneumatic connection of
the positioner with O-rings. The values for the input pressure (supply
air PZ) and output pressure (actuating pressure Y1 and Y2) are
displayed.
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Table 2-1
40
Scopetuator”
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Preparing for Operation
This chapter describes all the preparations necessary for operating the
positioner.
3.1
Instrument identification (type key)
The order number of the positioner is printed on the rating plate and on
the packaging. Compare this with the order number in chapter 7.1,
page 154.
Installation of any modules required is described in chapter 2.7,
page 27 of this technical manual.
3.2
Dimensional drawings
60
29,5
9 deep
Y2
29
M8, 9 deep
PZ
95
37
33
E
72
29,5
7
2
Y1
Y1
48
80
65
50 x 4 x M6
23
All air connections
G 1/4 or 1/4” NPT
58
11,2
13,5
96,6
182
8
M20 x 1.5 or NPT-adapter
h9
7
15
1
14,5
38,5
88,5
Figure 3-1
Dimensional drawing version plastic housing 6DR5xx0
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90
79.5
50
20.5
9.5
14
3x
G 1/4 or
1/4” NPT
9
12
25
2xM6
29.5
58.75
82
M4
Thread depth 5.5
5
3.5
5
10
5.3
9.5
Figure 3-2
Dimensional drawing terminal strip for plastic housing
12
6.5
Y1
50 x 4 x M6
59
14
27.5
34.5
E
29.5
29,5
84
29
7
Y1
2
65
9 deep
M8, 9 deep
PZ
23
All air connections
G 1/4 or 1/4” NPT
58
11.2
13.5
96.5
182
8
M20 x 1.5 or NPT-adapter
h9
7
15
1
14.5
38.5
88.5
Figure 3-3
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Dimensional drawing version metal housing 6DR5xx1
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G1/4 or 1/4”NPT
10.25
19,25
50
60
1)
M6, 8 deep (2x)
∅
M6, 11 deep (4x)
33.5
7
25
12
4.5
7.75
34
43
65
E
33.5
23
M8, 14 deep (4x)
M20, M25 or
1/ ”NPT (2x)
2
87.2
7.5
25.7
14,3
129.5
3.5
Connection 238/Y2 only
in double action version
82,5
∅ 136.5
158.5
1)
235,3
∅ 8 h9
Figure 3-4
3.3
Dimensional drawing for positioner with metal housing in explosion proof
version 6DR5xx5
Assembly
General
!
WARNING
To avoid injury or mechanical damage to the positioner/mounting kit,
the following order must be observed for assembly:
1. Mechanical fitting of positioner
this chapter
2. Connection of electric power supply
see chapter 3.4, p. 57
3. Connection of pneumatic power supply
see chapter 3.5, p. 71
4. Put into operation
see chapter 3.6, p. 72
Please also observe the warning on page 58!
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NOTE
The positioner will be equipped at the factory and delivered complete
with the necessary options at the customer’s request. Options modules
may only be retrofitted by our service technicians.
The positioner must be assembled – especially in a moist environment
– in such a way as to rule out freezing of the positioner axle at low
ambient temperature.
The operating keys must be covered to prevent liquid getting in.
!
WARNING
In the combination of components it must be ensured that only
positioners and options modules are combined which are approved
for the respective area of application. This applies especially for safe
operation of the positioner in areas in which the atmosphere is potentially explosive (zone 1 and 2). The instrument categories (2 and 3) of
the instrument itself and those of its options must be observed.
In addition, you must always make sure that no water gets into an open
housing or screw-type gland. This may be the case for example when
the positioner cannot be finally assembled and connected immediately.
It generally applies that the positioner may only be operated with dry
compressed air. Therefore use the normal water traps. An additional
drying unit may even be necessary in extreme cases. This is particularly important when operating the positioner at low ambient temperatures. Please set the purge air switch (on the valve block above the
pneumatic terminals) additionally to the “OUT” position.
Use a sufficiently rugged console (e.g. plate thickness > 4 mm with
reinforcements) for part-turn actuators and the mounting kit “linear
actuator” or integrated connection for linear actuators.
3.3.1 Instructions for using positioners in a wet environment
This information gives you important instructions for the assembly and
operation of the positioner in a wet environment (frequent, heavy rain
and/or prolonged tropical condensation) in which the IP66 degree of
protection is no longer sufficient and especially when there is a danger
that water may freeze.
To prevent water getting into the instrument in normal operation (e.g.
through the exhaust air openings) or the display being poorly legible,
please avoid the unfavorable installation positions illustrated in
figure 3-5.
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Figure 3-5
Favorable and unfavorable installation positions
If conditions oblige you to operate the positioner in a unfavorable
installation position, you can take additional precautionary measures to
prevent penetration by water.
.
NOTE
Never clean the positioner with a high pressure water jet because the
IP66 degree of protection is inadequate protection for this.
The necessary additional measures to prevent penetration by water
depend on the installation position chosen and you may additionally
require:
S screw-type gland with sealing ring (e.g. FESTO: CK –1 / 4–PK–6)
S plastic hose approx. 20 to 30 cm (e.g. FESTO PUN- 8X1,25 SW)
S cable straps (number and length depends on local conditions)
Procedure
S Connect the pipes in such a way that rain water which runs along
the pipes can drip off before it reaches the terminal strip of the positioner.
S Check the electrical connections for perfect firm contact.
S Check the seal in the housing cover for damage and contamination.
Clean and replace if necessary.
S Mount the positioner if possible so that the sinter bronze silencer
faces downwards on the underside of the housing (vertical installation position). If this is not possible, the silencer should be replaced
by a suitable screw-type gland with a plastic hose.
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Assembly of the screw-type gland with plastic hose
S Unscrew the sinter bronze silencer from the exhaust air opening on
the underside of the housing.
S Screw the screw-type gland mentioned above into the exhaust air
opening.
S Mount the above mentioned plastic hose on the screw-type gland
and check the good fit.
S Fix the plastic hose with a cable strap to the fitting so that the opening faces downwards.
S Make sure that the hose has no kinks and the exhaust air can flow
out unhindered.
3.3.2
Instructions for using positioners which are exposed to strong
accelerations or vibrations
NOTICE
for explosion-proof versions:
Only adjust the outer friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-12, page 31). The internal
friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-11, page 28) is fixed and, for the explosionproof version, must not be adjusted.
The electro-pneumatic positioner SIPART PS2 has a friction clutch and
switchable gearing and can thus be used universally for part-turn and
linear actuators. This means that, for part-turn actuators you don’t have
to worry about the zero point and for linear actuators, you don’t have to
worry about symmetrical mounting, as you can adjust the working
range after installation, with the help of the friction clutch.
The switchable gearing allows you to also adjust the positioner for
small or large lifts.
Occasionally it can happen, that in the rough environment of process
systems (e.g. due to incorrectly fitted valves or if “steam pulses” occur)
that the shaft to monitor the position of the SIPART PS2 positioner is
exposed to extreme acceleration, which far exceeds its specified load
limits, and which could result in an unwanted shift in the friction clutch
or in the gears in the position monitoring jumping briefly out.
For cases like this, as standard, the SIPART PS2 positioner is fitted
with a locking device for the friction clutch and you can also lock the
setting of the transmission ratio selector. This means that an unwanted
change to the position monitoring due to the above mentioned effects
can be reliably prevented.
Both of these locking options are labeled via additional tags inside the
device (see Figure 3-6, page 47). Note that these locks are only required if extreme acceleration or strong vibration might be present
within your process.
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After you have installed the positioner and put it fully into operation, you
can set the torque for the friction clutch as follows:
Procedure
S On the module cover, insert an ordinary 4 mm wide screwdriver into
a slot on the yellow wheel.
S Now use the screwdriver to move the yellow wheel to the left, until
you can feel that it clicks in. This increases the torque of the friction
clutch.
S You can recognize a locked friction clutch by an approx. 1 mm wide
gap between the yellow and black wheels.
S If you have to set the zero pint e.g. after exchanging the actuator,
first reduce the torque by turning the yellow wheel to the right until
you hit the stop. After setting the zero point, you can refix the friction
clutch as described above.
Starting from the neutral setting (as delivered), you can lock the transmission ratio selector as follows:
S Adjust the yellow wheel underneath the terminals with an ordinary
4 mm wide screwdriver to correspond to the setting that you would
like (33_ or 90_), turning to the left or right, until you can feel that it
clicks in.
S Please note that you can only adjust the transmission ratio selector
after releasing the fixing.
For this reason you first have to put the yellow ring into the neutral
position, if you have to adjust the transmission ratio selector
e.g. after exchanging the actuator).
(2)
90_
(3)
(1)
90
33
33_
(4)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Transmission ratio selector interlock
Open
Friction clutch
Close
Figure 3-6 Locking and fixing mechanisms
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External position
displacement
sensor
Applications in which the measures described above are inadequate
are also conceivable. This applies for instance with continuous and
heavy vibration, increased or too low ambient temperatures and in the
case of nuclear radiation.
The separate attachment of position displacement sensor and
controller unit can help here. A universal component is available which
is suitable both for linear and part-turn actuators.
You require the following:
S The external position detection system (order no.
C73451-A430-D78). This consists of a SIPART-PS2-housing with
integrated friction clutch, built-in potentiometer and various dummy
plugs and seals.
S or a Non-Contacting Position Sensor (e.g. 6DR4004-6N).
S The controller unit, any positioner version.
S The EMC filter module, this is is a set together with cable clips
and M-20 screw-type cable gland and has the order number
C73451-A430-D23. The EMC filter module must be installed in the
positioner. The installation instructions enclosed with the EMC filter
module explain how to assemble the components.
S A 3-wire cable for connecting the components.
This EMC filter module should always be used for the controller unit
when any actuator-mounted potentiometer (resistance 10 kΩ) is to
be used instead of the position detection system C73451-A430-D78.
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WARNING
The explosion-proof version may not be run together with the external
position detection system.
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3.3.3 Mounting kit “linear actuator” 6DR4004-8V and 6DR4004-8L
The scope of delivery of the mounting kit “linear actuator IEC 534
(3 mm to 35 mm)” are contained (ser. no. see figure 3-7, page 51):
Ser. no.
1
2
1
Designation
NAMUR mounting kit bracket
IEC 534
Pick-up bracket
3
4
5
6
2
1
1
1
Clamping assembly
Carrier pin
Roll
Lever NAMUR
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2
4
2
6
6
2
1
1
U bolt
Hexagon head screw
Hexagon head screw
Lock washer
Flat washer
Flat washer
Spring
Spring washer
Note
Standardized connection for mounting console with
ledge, column or plane surface
Guides the roller with carrier pin and turns lever
arm
Mounting of pick-up bracket on actuator spindle
Assembly with roll (5) on lever (6)
Assembly with driver pin (4) on lever (6)
For stroke range 3 mm to 35 mm
For stroke ranges> 35 mm to 130 mm (special delivery), lever 6DR4004-8L is required additionally
Only for actuators with columns
M8 x 20 DIN 933-A2
M8 x 16 DIN 933-A2
A8 -- DIN 127-A2
B 8,4 -- DIN 125-A2
B 6,4 -- DIN 125-A2
VD--115E 0.70 x 11.3 x 32.7 x 3.5
A6 -- DIN 137A-A2
15
16
17
18
19
21
1
3
3
1
1
4
Lock washer
Spring washer
Socket cap screw
Hexagon nut
Square nut
Hexagon nut
3.2 -- DIN 6799-A2
A6 -- DIN 127-A2
M6 x 25 DIN 7984-A2
M6 -- DIN 934-A4
M6 -- DIN 557-A4
M8 -- DIN 934-A4
Table 3-1
pieces
1
Scope of delivery of the mounting kit “linear actuator”
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3.3.4 Assembly procedure (see figure 3-7, page 51)
1.
Mount clamping assembly (3) with hexagon socket cap screws
(17) and lock washer (16) on the actuator spindle.
2.
Insert the pick-up bracket (2) into the recesses of the clamping
assembly. Set the necessary length and tighten the screws so that
the pick-up bracket can still be shifted.
3.
Insert the pin (4) in the lever (6) and assemble with nut (18), spring
washer (14) and washer (12).
4.
The value of the stroke range specified on the actuator or if this
does not exist as a scaling value, the next greatest scaling value is
set. The center of the pin must be in line with the scaling value.
The same value can be set later under parameter 3.YWAY in
commissioning to display the way in mm after initialization.
5.
Assemble the hexagon socket cap screw (17), spring washer (16),
washer (12) and square nut (19) on the lever.
6.
Push the premounted lever onto the positioner axis up to the stop
and fix with the hexagon socket cap screw (17).
7.
Fit the mounting bracket (1) with two hexagon head screws (9),
lock washer (10) and flat washer (11) on the rear of the positioner.
8.
Selection of the row of holes depends on the width of the actuator
yoke. The pin (4) should engage in the pick-up bracket (2) as close
as possible to the spindle but may not touch the clamping
assembly.
9.
Hold the positioner with the mounting bracket on the actuator so
that the pin (4) is guided within the pick-up bracket (2).
10. Tighten the pick-up bracket.
11. Position the mounting parts according to the type of actuator.
-- Actuator with ledge: Hexagon head screw (8), flat washer (11)
and lock washer (10).
-- Actuator with plane surface: Four hexagon head screws (8), flat
washer (11) and lock washer (10).
-- Actuator with columns: Two U bolts (7), four hexagon nuts (21)
with flat washer (11) and lock washer (10).
12. Secure positioner onto the yoke using the previously positioned
mounting parts.
.
NOTE
Set the height of the positioner so that the horizontal lever position is
reached as close to the stroke center as possible. You can use the
lever scale as orientation. It must be guaranteed that the horizontal
lever position is passed through within the stroke range.
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17
2
16
12
16
18
14
19
12
6
17
3
1)
4
Without explosion-proof version:
10
11
9
1
11
10
9
3)
Explosion-proof version:
10
11
9
1
11
9
3)
Figure 3-7
10
Assembly procedure (linear actuator)
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1
11
10
8
10
8
Mounting on yoke
with plane surface
Mounting on yoke
11 with ledge
11
10
Mounting on yoke
with columns
7
21
4)
as required
Figure 3-7
Assembly procedure (linear actuator) continued
3.3.5 Mounting kit “part-turn actuator” 6DR4004-8D
The scope of delivery of the mounting kit “part-turn actuator” contains (ser. no. see figures 3-8
and 3-9):
Ser. no.
2
3
4
1
1
Carrier
Multiple plate
4.1
8
Scales
Note
Mounting on position feedback shaft of the
SIPART PS2
Mounting on end of actuator shaft
Indication of actuator position, comprising 4.1
and 4.2
Different divisions
4.2
14
15
16
17
18
19
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
Pointer mark
Hexagon head screw
Lock washer
Fillister head screw
Washer
Hexagon socket head screw
Allen key
Reference point for scale
DIN 933 -- M6 x 12
S6
DIN 84 -- M6 x 12
DIN 125 – 6.4
Premounted with coupling wheel
For item 18
Table 3-2
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Pieces
1
Designation
Coupling wheel
Scope of delivery of the mounting kit “part-turn actuator”
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Attach VDI/VDE 3845 mounting console ((9), actuator-specific,
scope of delivery actuator manufacturer) onto rear of positioner
and secure using hexagon head screws (14) and lock washers
(15).
2.
Adhere pointer (4.2) onto mounting console in the center of the
centering hole.
3.
Push the coupling wheel (2) onto positioner axis, pull back by
about 1 mm and tighten the hexagon socket head screw (18) with
the Allen key provided.
4.
Place the carrier (3) onto the end of the actuator and secure using
Fillister head screw (16) and washer (17).
5.
Carefully place positioner with mounting console onto the actuator
such that the pin of the coupling wheel engages in the actuator.
6.
Align the positioner/mounting console assembly in the center of the
actuator and screw tight.
(Screws not included in delivery; they are part of the actuator
mounting console!)
7.
Following startup as described in Chapter 3.6, page 72: Drive the
actuator to the end position and adhere scale (4.1) on the coupling
wheel (2) according to direction of rotation and part-turn actuator.
The scale is self--adhesive!
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15
14
2
18
9
1)
2)
16
3
17
3)
2
2
4.1
0%20 40 60 80 100%
3
4)
Figure 3-8
54
5)
Assembly procedure (part-turn actuator)
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9
16
1)
3
17
18
2
2)
3)
2
4.1
2
0%20 40 60 80 100%
3
5)
4)
Figure 3-9
Assembly procedure for explosion proof version (part-turn actuator)
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CUT A -- B
4.2
14, 15
15
positioner
14, 15
2
A
25
G 1/4
B
part-turn actuator
3
2
3
4
4.1
4.2
9
Coupling wheel
Carrier
Multiple plate
Scale
Pointer mark
VDI/VDE 3845-mounting bracket
Figure 3-10
56
16, 17 10
4.1
10
14
15
16
17
18
9
Feedback shaft
Hexagon head screw M6 x 12
Lock washer S6
Fillister head screw M6 x 12
Washer
Hexagon socket head screw
Mounted positioner for part-turn actuator
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Befestigungsebene
fastening
level
Stellungsregler
positioner
M6
4 +0,1
Schwenkantrieb
part-turn
actuator
35
F05-Lkr.-
Figure 3-11
3.4
50
Attachment of part-turn actuator, mounting console (scope of delivery actuator manufacturer),
dimensions
Electrical Connection
.
NOTE
Any necessary options modules must be installed before electrical
connection (see chapter 2.7, page 27).
N.B.: The transmission ratio selector can only be set when the
positioner is open. Therefore check this setting before closing the
controller.
!
WARNING
The specifications of the examination certificate valid in your country
must be observed.
Electrical connection in hazardous areas
The national directives and laws which apply in your country for hazardous areas, must be followed for electrical installations. In Germany
these are, for example:
-Working reliability regulations
-Regulations for installing electrical equipment in hazardous areas,
DIN EN 60079-14 (in the past VDE 0165, T1).
-The EC type examination certificates
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!
WARNING
If the intrinsically safe version is operated with a higher operating voltage by mistake, the positioner must no longer be used for intrinsically
safe application.
The explosion-proof positioner may only be supplied with electrical
power in areas in which the atmosphere may be potentially explosive
when the housing is closed. Where power supply is required, we
recommend checking the power supply to ensure that it corresponds
with that on the name plate and with the test certification valid for your
country.
The feed-though openings in the explosion-proof version for the
electronic connections must be sealed with EEX-d certified cable
glands or EEx-d certified plugs or an ignition lock must be mounted at
a maximum distance of 46 cm (18 inches) when using the “conduit”system.
The plastic housing is metal lined to increase the electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) against high frequency radiation. This screen is
connected electrically to the threaded bushes shown in figure 3-12,
page 58.
Please bear in mind that this protection can only be effective if you connect at least one of these bushes with grounded fittings by electrically
conductive (blank) mounting parts.
Shield
Figure 3-12
58
Base plate
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NOTE
Use standard M20 x 1.5 cable gland nuts to ensure leakage (IP-protection of the housing) and for the necessary tensile strength use only
cables with a cable diameter ≥ 8 mm, or for smaller diameters use a
suitable sealing insert.
For the NPT version, the positioner will be delivered with an adapter.
Make sure that when fitting a part into the adapter, that the maximum
permissible torque of 10 Nm is not exceeded.
NOTE for use in zone 2:
Non-sparking equipment for Zone 2 may not be connected or disconnected under power in normal operation.
However, during installation or repair work the positioner may be connected or disconnected even under power (see also certificate for
zone 2).
NOTE for use in two-wire systems:
Never connect the current input (terminal 6 and 7) to a voltage source
as this could destroy the positioner.
Always use a current source with a maximum output current of 20 mA.
To maintain the power supply, the input current must be ≥3.6 mA.
3.4.1 Connection in non-intrinsically safe and explosion proof version
+
4 to 20 mA
J
6
7
8
9
10
E
A
Positioner
Digital input 1
6DR50x0-xNxxx
6DR5011-xNxxx
6DR51x0-xNxxx
6DR5111-xNxxx
6DR50x5-xExxx
6DR51x5-xExxx
Only for:
HART Communicator
Figure 3-13
6DR51x0-xNxxx
6DR5111-xNxxx
6DR51x5-xExxx
Two-wire connection
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+
Positioner
2
3
4
5
4 to 20 mA
J
6
7
8
9
10
E
6DR53x0-xNxxx
6DR52x5-xExxx
6DR53x5-xExxx
A
Digital input 1
HART Communicator
Only for:
6DR52x5-xExxx
Figure 3-14
Two-wire connection
+
2
3
4
5
18 to 30 V
U
+
*)
0/4 to 20 mA
*)
J
6
7
8
9
10
HART Communicator
Positioner
E
6DR53x0-Nxxx
6DR52x5-Exxx
6DR53x5-Exxx
A
Digital input 1
Only for:
6DR52x5-xExxx
*) only for three-wire connection
Figure 3-15
60
Three-/four-wire connection
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Current output
+
UH
E
61
62
≤35 V
J
+
Iy module:
6DR4004-8J
Figure 3-16
Iy-module 6DR4004-8J, not Ex
Digital inputs and outputs
Alarm module
6DR4004-8A
+13 V
+
≤30 V
+4,5 V
11
12
21
22
Digital input 2
+3 V
1K
+
35 V
31
32
Fault
message
1K
+
35 V
41
42
Limit value A1
1K
+
35 V
Figure 3-17
≥1
51
52
Limit value A2
Alarm module 6DR4004-8A, not Ex
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SIA module
Switching amplifier according to EN 60947-5-6
SIA module
6DR4004-8G
1K21
+
<35 V
31
32
8.2 V
41
42
Limit value A1
8.2 V
51
52
Limit value A2
+
10K
Fault
message
+
Figure 3-18
SIA module 6DR4004-8G, not Ex
Mechnical limit switch module
Limit switch module
6DR4004-8K
1K21
+
<35 V
=
+
DC 24 V
AC/DC 4 A

+

Figure 3-19
max. AC 250 V
max. AC 250 V
DC 24 V
AC/DC 4 A
31
32
10K
Fault
message
41
42
Limit value A1
51
52
Limit value A2
Mechanical limit switch module 6DR4004-8K, not Ex
3.4.2 Connection in intrinsically safe version
.
NOTE
Only certified intrinsically safe circuits may be connected as power
supply, control and signal circuits.
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Standard controller
Non-hazardous
area
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
+
EEx
4 to 20 mA
J
Intrinsically
safe power
source
Figure 3-20
E
6
7
8
9
10
Positioner
A
6DR5010-xExxx
6DR5020-xExxx
6DR5011-xExxx
Digital input 1
Two-wire connection, EEx i
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous
area
+
EEx
4 to 20 mA
Positioner
2
3
4
5
6DR5210-xExxx
6DR5220-xExxx
6DR5211-xExxx
J
Intrinsically
safe power
source
6
7
8
9
10
E
A
Digital input 1
HART Communicator
Figure 3-21
Two-wire connection, EEx i
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Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous
area
+
EEx
18 to 30 V
U
+
EEx
*)
Positioner
2
3
4
5
4 to 20 mA
*)
J
Intrinsically
safe power
source
6
7
8
9
10
E
6DR5210-xExxx
6DR5220-xExxx
6DR5211-xExxx
A
Digital input 1
HART Communicator
*) Only for three-wire connection
Figure 3-22
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Three-/four-wire connection, EEx i
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Split-range
Non-hazardous
area
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
intrinsically safe feed sources
Power supply
L+
EEx
Iy
I
total setting
range Iy
Positioner
6DR5210-xExxx
6DR5220-xExxx
6DR5211-xExxx
M
U
EEx
Instrument 1
+18 to 30 V
+0/4 to 20 mA
setting range 1
M
#
Digital input 1
Instrument 2
Positioner
6DR5210-xExxx
6DR5220-xExxx
6DR5211-xExxx
setting range 2
#
Figure 3-23
Digital input 1
Series circuit of two positioners, e.g. split range (separate power supply), EEx i
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Current output
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous area
EEx
+
UH
+
≤30 V
E
61
62
U
J
J
Iy module
6DR4004-6J
+
Intrinsically safe power source
Figure 3-24
Iy-module 6DR4004-6J, EEx i
Digital inputs and outputs
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous area
Alarm module
6DR4004-6A
EEx
+
≤25.2 V
11
12
≥1
+
21
22
Intrinsically safe
switching
amplifier to DIN
EN 60947-5-6
8.2 V
31
32
8.2 V
41
42
8.2 V
51
52
Figure 3-25
66
Fault
message
10K
Limit value A1
2K1
+
EEx
10K
2K1
+
EEx
3V
2K1
+
EEx
Digital
input 2
10K
Limit value A2
Alarm module 6DR4004-6A, EEx i
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Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous area
SIA module
6DR4004-6G
Intrinsically safe
Switching amplifier to DIN EN
60947-5-6
2K1
+
EEx
8.2 V
41
42
Limit value A1
8.2 V
51
52
Limit value A2
+
EEx
+
EEx
Figure 3-26
Fault
message
8.2 V
31
32
10K
SIA module 6DR4004-6G, EEx i
Mechnical limit switch module
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous area
Intrinsically safe
Switching amplifier to DIN EN
60947-5-6
Mechanical limit switch module
6DR4004-6K
2K1
+
EEx
max. DC 8,2 V
31
32
Umax DC 30 V
41
42
Limit value A1
51
52
Limit value A2
+
=
Imax 100 mA
10K
Fault
message
+
=
Figure 3-27
Umax DC 30 V
Imax 100 mA
Mechnical limit switch module 6DR4004-8K, EEx i
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3.4.3 Connection in type of protection “n” version
Standard controller
Hazardous area zone 2
Non-hazardous area
+
4 to 20 mA
J
Figure 3-28
E
6
7
8
9
10
Positioner 6DR5010-xGxxx
6DR5020-xGxxx
6DR5011-xGxxx
A
Digital input 1
Two-wire connection, EEx n
Non-hazardous area
+
Hazardous area zone 2
4 to 20 mA
J
Positioner
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
E
6DR5210-xGxxx
6DR5220-xGxxx
6DR5211-xGxxx
A
Digital input 1
HART Communicator
Figure 3-29
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Two-wire connection, EEx n
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Non-hazardous area
+
18 to 30 V
U
+
*)
Positioner
2
3
4
5
0/4 to 20 mA
E
6
7
8
9
10
*)
J
6DR5210-Gxxx
6DR5220-Gxxx
6DR5211-Gxxx
A
Digital input 1
HAR Communicator
*) Only for three-wire connection
Figure 3-30
Three-/Four-wire connection, EEx n
Current output
Hazardous area zone 1 or zone 2
Non-hazardous area
+
+
UH
≤30 V
+
Figure 3-31
61
62
E
I
Iy module
6DR4004-6J
Iy-module 6DR4004-6J, EEx n
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Digital inputs and outputs
Hazardous area zone 2
Non-hazardous area
Alarm module
6DR4004-6A
+
11
12
≥1
+3 V
21
22
2K1
+
8.2 V
31
32
Fault
message
10K
2K1
+
8.2 V
41
42
Limit value A1
10K
2K1
+
8.2 V
Figure 3-32
Digital
input 2
51
52
Limit value A2
10K
Alarm module 6DR4004-6A, EEx n
SIA module
Hazardous area zone 2
Non-hazardous area
SIA module
6DR4004-6G
2K1
+
8.2 V
31
32
8.2 V
41
42
Limit value A1
8.2 V
51
52
Limit value A2
+
+
Figure 3-33
70
10K
Fault
message
SIA module 6DR4004-6G, EEx n
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3.5
Pneumatic Connection
!
.
WARNING
For reasons of safety, the pneumatic power may only be supplied after
assembly when the positioner is switched to operating level P manual
operation with electrical signal applied (as-delivered state, see
figure 4-4, page 92).
NOTE
Note the air quality! Oil-free industrial air, solid content < 30 μm, pressure
dew point 20 K below the lowest ambient temperature (chapter 7 “Technical Data”, page 153).
S Connect a manometer block for supply air and actuating pressure if
necessary.
S Connection by female thread G 1/4 DIN 45141 or 1/4” NPT:
PZ
Supply air 1.4 to 7 bar
Y1
Actuating pressure 1 for single- and double-acting actuators
Y2
Actuating pressure 2 for double-acting actuators
E
Exhaust air outlet (remove silencer if necessary)
see figure 2-4 and 2-5, page 19.
S Safety position when the electric power supply fails:
single-acting:
double-acting:
Y1
Y1
Y2
deaerated
Max. Actuating pressure
(supply air pressure)
deaerated
S Connect actuating pressure Y1 or Y2 (only in double-acting actuators) according to the desired safety position.
S Connect supply air to PZ.
.
NOTE
In order for spring-loaded pneumatic actuators to be able to reliably
exploit the maximum possible travel, the supply pressure must be
sufficiently greater than the maximum required final pressure of the
actuator.
After installing the device, check the pneumatic connections of the entire
assembly for leakage. Any leakage would cause not only continuous
consumption of compressed air but also would cause the positioner to
continually endeavor to compensate for the variance in position, leading
in time to premature wear of the whole control mechanism.
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3.6
Commissioning
Once the positioner has been fitted to a pneumatic actuator, it must be
provided with electrical and pneumatic auxiliary power.
Then you can then adapt the position controller to the respective actuator by parameterizing and initializing it.
Mode” operating mode (which can also if necessary be attained by
“PRST”) -- “NOINI” will flash.
If the positioner has not been initialized it will be in the “P Manual
Mode“ operating mode (which can also if necessary be attained by
“PRST”) -- “NOINI“ will flash.
This initialization can be effected in three different ways:
S Automatic initialization
Initialization takes place automatically. Hereby the positioner determines the direction of action, the stem travel and the angle of rotation, the travel times of the actuator one after the other and adapts
the control parameters to the dynamic behavior of the actuator.
S Manual initialization
The stem travel or angle of rotation of the actuator can be set
manually, the other parameters are determined as in automatic initialization. This function is useful in actuators with soft limit stops.
S Copying initialization data (positioner exchange)
In the devices with HART function the initialization data of a positioner can be read out and copied to another positioner. This enables a defective device to be changed without having to interrupt
an ongoing process by initialization.
Only a few parameters need to be set in the positioner prior to initialization. The others are defaulted so that they do not normally need to be
adjusted. You will have no problems with commissioning if you observe
the following points.
The possible operating modes and parameters, together with the
adjustment capabilities and their effects are described in chapter 4,
page 89 “Operation“.
.
NOTE
N.B.: The operating pressure should be at least one bar greater than is
necessary for closing/opening the valve during initialization. However,
the operating pressure may not be higher than the maximum permissible operating pressure of the actuator.
N.B.: The transmission ratio selector can only be set when the
positioner is open. Therefore check this setting before closing the
housing.
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3.6.1 Preparations for linear actuators
1.
.
Assemble the positioner with the appropriate mounting kit
(see chapter 3.3.3, page 39).
NOTE
Particularly important is the position of the transmission ratio selector (8, figure 2-2, page 17) in the positioner:
.
Stroke
Lever
5 to 20 mm
25 to 35 mm
40 to 130 mm
short
short
long
Position of the transmission ratio
selector
33° (i.e. down)
90° (i.e. up)
90° (i.e. up)
2.
Push the carrier pin (4, figure 3-7 (page 51) 2) onto the lever
(6, figure 3-7, 2) to the scale position corresponding to the rated
stroke or next highest position and screw the carrier pin tight with
the nut (18, figure 3-7, 2).
3.
Connect the actuator and the positioner with the pneumatic lines
and supply pneumatic power to the positioner (figure 2-4 and 2-5,
page 19).
4.
Connect a suitable current or voltage source (see figure 3-13,
page 59 and figure 3-20, page 63).
5.
The positioner is now in the operating mode “P-manual operation” The current potentiometer voltage (P) is displayed in percent
in the top line of the display, e.g.: “P12.3”, and “NOINI” flashes in
the bottom line:
6.
Check the free running of the mechanics in the whole actuating
range by moving the actuator with the keys
and
and driving
to the respective end position.
NOTE
You can move the actuator quickly by pressing the other direction key
additionally whilst keeping the direction key selected first pressed.
7.
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A value between P48.0 and P52.0 should be visible in the display.
If this is not the case, adjust the friction clutch (8, figure 2-11, page
28 or in frameproof enclosure 8, figure 2-12, page 31) until “P50.0”
is displayed with a horizontal lever. The more accurately you hit
this value, the more exactly the positioner can determine the path.
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NOTICE
for the explosion-proof version:
Only adjust the outer friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-12, page 31). The internal
friction clutch (8, Fig. 2-11 page 28) is fixed and, for the explosionproof version, must not be adjusted.
3.6.2
Automatic initialization of linear actuator
If you can move the actuator correctly, leave it standing in a central
position and start automatic initialization:
Press the operation mode key
you to the Configuration mode.
Display:
2.
Switch to the second parameter by pressing the operation mode
briefly.
key
Display:
.
for longer than 5 s. This brings
1.
or
NOTE
It is vital that this value corresponds to the setting of the transmission
ratio selector (8, figure 2-2, page 17) (33° or 90°).
3.
Switch on to the following display with the operation mode key
:
You only need to set this parameter if you want to have the total
stroke in mm displayed at the end of the initialization phase. To do
this, select the same value in the display to which you have set the
carrier pin to the scale on the lever.
4.
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Switch on to the following display with the operation mode key
:
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5.
Start initialization by pressing the key
Display:
for longer than 5 s.
During the initialization phase “RUN1” to “RUN5” appear one after
another in the bottom display (see also structograms figure 3-35,
page 83 to figure 3-38, page 86).
.
NOTE
The initialization process may last up to 15 minutes depending on the
actuator.
The initialization is complete when the following display appears:
The following display appears after pressing the operation mode key
briefly:
To exit the Configuration mode, press the operation mode key
for
longer than 5 s. The software version is displayed after about 5 s. The
instrument is in manual operation after releasing the operation mode
key.
.
NOTE
You can abort an ongoing initialization at any time by pressing the
operation mode key. Your previous settings are retained. All the parameters are reset to the factory setting only after performing a “Preset”.
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3.6.3
Manual initialization of linear actuator
The positioner can be initialized with this function without the actuator
being driven hard against the limit stop. The start and end positions of
the travel are set manually. The other initialization steps (optimization
of the control parameters) run automatically as in automatic initialization.
Manual initialization procedure in
linear actuator
1.
Make preparations as described in chapter 3.6.1, page 73 for
linear actuator. In particular, make sure by manually driving the whole
travel that the displayed potentiometer setting moves in the permissible range between P5.0 and P95.0.
Press the operation mode key
you to the Configuration mode.
Display:
3.
.
for longer than 5 s. This brings
Switch to the second parameter by pressing the operation key
briefly. One of the following displays appears:
or
NOTE
It is vital that this value corresponds to the setting of the transmission
ratio selector (33_ or 90°).
4.
Switch on to the following display
with the operation mode key:
You only need to set this parameter if you want to have the total
stroke in mm displayed at the end of the initialization phase. To do
this, select the same value in the display to which you have set
the carrier pin to the scale on the lever or the next highest position
in intermediate positions.
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5.
Switch on to the following display
mode key twice:
by pressing the operation
6.
Start initialization by pressing the increment key
than 5 s.
Display:
7.
After 5 s the display changes to:
for longer
(The display of the potentiometer setting is shown here and below
as an example only).
Now move the actuator to the position which you want to define as
and decrethe first of the two end positions with the increment
ment key. Then press the operation mode key
. This accepts
the current position as end position 1 and switches on to the next
position.
.
NOTE
If the message “RANGE” appears in the bottom line, the selected end
position is outside the permissible measuring range. There are several
ways to correct the error:
S Adjust the friction clutch until “OK” appears and press the operation
mode key again or
S move to another end position with the increment and decrement key
or
S abort initialization by pressing the operation mode key. You then have
to change to P manual operation and correct the travel and the position detection according to step 1.
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8.
If step 7 was successful, the following display appears:
Now move the actuator to the position which you want to define
as the second end position with the increment
and decrement
key. Then press the operation mode key
the current position as end position 2.
.
. This enters
NOTE
If the message “RANGE” appears in the bottom line, the selected end
position is outside the permissible measuring range. There are several
ways to correct the error:
S move to another end position with the increment and decrement key
or
S abort initialization by pressing the operation mode key. You then have
to change to P manual operation and correct the travel and the position detection according to step 1.
.
NOTE
If the message “Set Middl” appears, the lever arm must be driven to
horizontal position using the increment and decrement key and then
the operation mode key pressed. This sets the reference point of the
sine correction in linear actuators.
9.
The rest of the initialization now runs automatically. “RUN1” to
“RUN5” appear one after another in the bottom line of the display.
The following display appears on successful completion of initialization:
The first line additionally contains the determined stroke in millimeters if
the set lever length was specified with parameter 3 YWAY.
5 INITM appears in the bottom line again after pressing the operation
briefly. This brings you back to the Configuration
mode key
operating mode.
To exit the Configuration mode, press the operation mode key
for
longer than 5 seconds. The software version is displayed after about
5 seconds. The instrument is in manual operation after releasing the
operation mode key.
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3.6.4
Preparations for part-turn actuator
.
NOTE
Very important: Switch the transmission ratio selector in the
positioner (8, figure 2-2, page 17) to position 90° (normal angle for
part-turn actuator).
.
1.
Mount the positioner with the appropriate mounting kit
(see chapter 3.3.5, page 52).
2.
Connect the actuator and the positioner with the pneumatic lines
and supply pneumatic power to the positioner (figure 2-4 and 2-5,
page 19).
3.
Connect a suitable current or voltage source (see figure 3-13,
page 59 and figure 3-20, page 63).
4.
The positioner is now in the operating mode “P-manual
operation” The current potentiometer voltage (P) is displayed in %
in the top line of the display, e.g.: “P12.3“, and “NOINI” flashes in
the bottom line:
5.
Check the free running of the mechanics in the whole actuating
range by moving the actuator with the keys
and
and driving
to the respective end position.
NOTE
You can move the actuator quickly by pressing the other direction key
additionally whilst keeping the direction key selected first pressed.
3.6.5
Automatic initialization of part-turn actuator
If you can move the actuator correctly through the actuating range,
leave it standing in a central position and start automatic initialization:
1.
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Press the operation mode key
you to the configuration operating mode.
Display
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2.
Set the parameter with the
Display:
-key to “turn”
3.
Switch to the second parameter by pressing the operation mode
key
briefly. This has set automatically to 90°.
Display:
4.
Switch on to the following display with the operation mode key
5.
Start initialization by pressing the key
Display:
:
for longer than 5 s.
During the initialization phase “RUN1” to “RUN5” appear one after
another in the bottom display (see also structograms in figure 3-35,
page 83 to figure 3-38, page 86).
.
NOTE
The initialization process may last up to 15 minutes depending on the
actuator.
The initialization is complete when the following display
appears:
The top value indicates the total angle of rotation of the actuator
(example 93.5°).
The following display appears after pressing the operation mode key
briefly:
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To exit the Configuration mode, press the operation mode key
for
longer than 5 s. The software version is displayed after about 5 s. The
instrument is in manual operation after releasing the operation mode
key.
.
NOTE
You can abort an ongoing initialization at any time by pressing the operation mode key. Your previous settings are retained. All the parameters are set to the factory setting only after performing a “Preset”.
3.6.6
Manual initialization of part-turn actuators
The positioner can be initialized with this function without the actuator
being driven hard against the limit stop. The start and end positions of
the travel are set manually. The other initialization steps (optimization
of the control parameters) run automatically as in automatic initialization.
Manual initialization procedure in
part-turn actuators
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1.
Make preparations as described in chapter 3.6.4, page 79 for
part-turn actuators. In particular, make sure by manually driving
the whole travel that the displayed potentiometer setting moves
in the permissible range between P5.0 and P95.0.
2.
Press the operation mode key
you to the Configuration mode.
Display:
3.
Set the parameter YFCT to “turn” with the decrement
Display:
4.
Switch to the second parameter by pressing the operation mode
key
briefly.
Display:
for longer than 5 s. This brings
key.
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.
NOTE
Make sure that the transmission ratio selector is in position 90 °!
5.
Switch on to the following display by pressing the operation mode
key
twice:
The following steps are identical with the steps 6) to 9) for initialization of linear actuators.
After successful initialization the determined part-turn range appears in the top display.
“5.INITM” appears in the bottom line again after pressing the opbriefly. This brings you back to the Configueration mode key
ration mode.
To exit the Configuration mode, press the operation mode key
for longer than 5 seconds. The software version is displayed after
about 5 seconds. The instrument is in manual operation after releasing the operation mode key.
3.6.7
Automatic initialization (structograms)
linear actuator
Up
Figure 3-34
Down
part-turn actuator
Closed
Open
Direction of action of the actuators
The initialization procedure should be taken from the following structogram (figure 3-35 to figure 3-38). The terms Open/Closed and up/down
in the structogram refer to the direction of action of the actuators as
illustrated in figure 3-34.
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configure
>5s
start: press
move the actuator
into the travel range
1
with:
RUN 1
piezo valve 1 opens
continue with:
no
dy > 4 % ?
no
t > 60 s ?
yes
yes
piezo valve 2 opens
dy > 4 % ?
t > 60 s ?
no
yes
yes
2
Figure 3-35
no
manual intervention
Automatic initialization, part 1
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2
actuator moves
into closed
position
tolerance band
4% > dw >10%?
turn slip clutch
until 0 appears
in the bottom line
of the display
no
RUN 2
continue with:
yes
actuator moves
into open
position
hard stop
up < 97 % ?
no
continue with:
yes
span
up-dw > 25 % ?
yes
check
mechanics
1
no
continue with:
3
manual intervention
Figure 3-36
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set lever arm vertical to stem with:
continue with:
actuator moves
into closed
position
yes
no
continue with:
RUN 2
tolerance band
4 > d > 20 % ?
continue with:
has friction
clutch been
moved?
correct height
adjustment or
turn friction clutch
until 0 appears
in the bottom line
of the display
no
yes
actuator moves
into open
position
hard stop
up < 97 % ?
no
no
set the next highest travel
value on the lever and
check the setting of the
transmission ratio selector
1
continue with:
yes
was the
vertical position
(to stem) of the lever
driven through
?
1
continue with:
yes
span
up-dw > 25 % ?
set the next lowest travel
value on the lever and
check the setting of the
transmission ratio selector
no
yes
3
manual intervention
Figure 3-37
Automatic initialization part 2 (in linear actuators)
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continue with:
determine travel times
or
RUN 3
display travel times
flashes
if setting of travel
times is desired
alternating
set restrictor(s) to
change the travel
times
flashes
yes
within
5s?
alternating
display of travel
times in s
no
yes
within
5s?
RUN 5
RUN 4
no
actuator comes to standstill
after
1 minute
if leakage test of
actuator is desired
display of leakage
in % / min
continue with:
determine minimum
positioning increments
optimizing of transient behavior and
determining of prediction horizon
or
continue with:
display of stroke in mm
or angle of rotation in degrees,
is also the identification for
complete initialization
configure
manual intervention
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3.7
Copying initialization data (positioner exchange)
With this function you have the possibility of starting up a positioner
without running the initialization routine. This allows for example a positioner to be changed on a running system in which automatic or manual
initialization cannot be performed without disturbing the process.
NOTICE
Initialization (automatic or manual) should be performed as soon as
possible afterwards because only then can the positioner be optimally
adapted to the mechanical and dynamic properties of the actuator.
Data are transmitted from the positioner to be replaced to the
replacement instrument via the HART®- communication interface.
The following steps must be performed to exchange a positioner:
1.
Read in and save instrument parameters and initialization data
(determined in initialization) of the instrument to be replaced with
PDM (Process Device Manager). This step is unnecessary if the
instrument has been parameterized with PDM and the data have
already been stored.
2.
Fix the actuator in its momentary position (mechanical or
pneumatic).
3.
Read and note the current position actual value of the positioner to
be changed. If the electronics are defective, determine the current
position by measuring on the actuator or valve.
4.
Disassemble the positioner. Mount the lever arm of the positioner
on the replacement instrument. Mount the replacement instrument
on the fitting. Move the transmission ratio selector to the same
position as the defective instrument. Copy the instrument data and
initialization data from the PDM or handheld.
5.
If the displayed actual value does not match the noted value of the
defective positioner, set the correct value with the friction clutch.
6.
The positioner is now ready to operate.
The accuracy and dynamic behavior may be restricted in relation
to correct initialization. The position of the hard stops and the related maintenance data may show deviations in particular. Therefore
initialization must be performed at the earliest opportunity.
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Operation
The following chapter describes the operation of the positioner.
4.1
Display
The LC display has two lines whereby the lines have different
segmentation. The elements of the top line consist of 7, those of the
bottom line of 14 segments. The contents of the display depend on the
selected operating mode (see chapter 4.3, page 92)
.
NOTE
If the positioner is operated in ranges with temperatures below --10 °C
the liquid crystal display becomes sluggish and the display refresh rate
is reduced considerably.
Figure 4-1 shows you the various display options. The meaning of further display capabilities is detailed in chapter 4.3 page 139.
4.2
Input keys
The positioner is operated by three keys (figure 4-2, page 91) the
function of which depends on the selected operating mode. In the
explosion proof version of the positioner the input keys are underneath
a key cover which can be lifted up after loosening the cover screw.
.
NOTE
The input keys of the explosion proof version must be covered to
prevent liquid getting in. The IP66/NEMA4x degree of protection is not
guaranteed when the housing is open or the key cover is open.
The housing cover must be removed to operate the keys in the normal
and intrinsically safe versions of the positioners.
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Figure 4-1
Meaning of the various display options
.
NOTE
The degree of protection IP 66/NEMA4x is not guaranteed as long as
the positioner is open.
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2
1
2
3
4
3
4
Display
Operation mode key
Decrement key
Increment key
Figure 4-2
Display and input keys of the positioner
Explanations of the input keys.
S The operation mode key (manual key) serves to switch over the operating mode and pass on parameters.
.
NOTE
By pressing and holding the operation mode key and additionally
pressing the decrement key, you can select the parameters in reverse
order.
S The decrement key
serves to select parameter values in configuration and to move the actuator in manual operation.
S The increment key
serves to select parameter values in configuration and to move the actuator in manual operation.
Firmware version
Figure 4-3
The current firmware state is displayed when you exit the configuration
menu.
Firmware version, example: 4.00.00
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Operating modes
The positioner can be operated in five operating modes.
1.
P-manual mode (ex-factory state)
2.
Configuration and initialization
3.
Manual mode (MAN)
4.
Automatic (AUT)
5.
Diagnostic display
Figure 4-4 gives you an overview of the possible operating modes and
the change between them.
Figure 4-4
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P-manual mode
(ex-factory state)
The display of the positioner shows you the current potentiometer
setting in the top line and “NOINIT” flashes in the second line. You can
move the actuator with the decrement and increment key . In order
to adapt the positioner to your actuator, you have to change to the
Configuration menu. See also chapter 3.6, page 72 “Commissioning”.
Output of alarms and position feedback is possible after successful initialization.
Configuration and
initialization
for
To go to the Configuration menu, press the operation mode key
at least 5 seconds. In the Configuration menu you can adapt the
positioner individually to your actuator and start initialization. Only a few
parameters need to be set in the positioner prior to initialization. The
others are defaulted so that they do not normally need to be adjusted.
You can block the Configuration menu against manipulation by an
appropriately parameterized and activated digital input. Which
parameters you need to set and all other parameters are explained in
chapter 4.4, page 95 Parameters.
The configuration mode can be reported by outputting a
parameterizable fault message, a position feedback or output of limit
values A1 and A2 is not possible.
.
NOTE
If the electric power supply fails during configuration, the positioner
switches back to the first parameter after recovering the power supply,
values which have already been parameterized are retained. When
doing this, please note that the new value will only be saved when
leaving the configuration menu or when another parameter is selected.
Without a power failure you re-enter the configuration menu at the
point you exited it when you call the Configuration menu again.
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at the same time
at the same time
at the same time
at the same time
to
Figure 4-5
Overview: Configuration
Manual mode
(MAN)
.
In this operating mode you can move the actuator with the decrement
( ) and increment keys ( ) and the current position is held regardless of the setpoint current and any leakages.
NOTE
You can move the actuator quickly by pressing the other direction key
additionally whilst keeping the direction key selected first pressed.
The manual mode can be reported by outputting a parameterizable
fault message, a position feedback or output of limit values A1 and A2
is only possible in automatic mode.
.
NOTE
The positioner switches over to automatic mode automatically after an
electrical power failure.
Automatic (AUT)
The automatic mode is the normal mode. In this mode the positioner
compares the setpoint current with the current position and moves the
actuator until the control deviation reaches the parameterizable dead
zone. Error messages are output if this is not possible for various
reasons.
Diagnostic display
In this operating mode you can have the current operating data (such
as number of strokes, number of changes in direction, number of faults
messages, etc.) displayed (see table 4-1, page 123).
From the automatic or manual mode you go to the diagnostic display
by simultaneously pressing all three keys for at least two seconds.
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NOTE
The respective operating mode (MAN or AUT) of the positioner is retained when you switch to the diagnostic display, i.e. in automatic operation the specified setpoint is still used for controlling and in manual
operation the position last reached is retained.
4.4
Parameters
All the parameters of the positioner are listed in this chapter. Figure 4-6
shows an overview of the parameters.
The parameter name is shown once in plain text and once as it appears in the display. The function of the parameter is described briefly
in the “Function” column. In addition, the possible parameter values,
the physical unit and the factory setting of the parameters are shown.
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Figure 4-6
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The following configuration block diagram shows the effects of the parameters.
Figure 4-7
Configuration block diagram
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Normally adjustment of the first three following parameters is completely sufficient to enable a positioner to be operated by an actuator.
If you wish to become familiar with all details of the positioner, try out
incrementally the effects of the remaining parameters by selective
trials.
.
NOTE
In particular if the positioner has previously been operated using a
different actuator, it must always be reinitialized in order to restore the
factory settings. Only in this way can the positioner matching process
start from known conditions. The parameter “55.PRST” is provided for
this purpose.
This is also recommended if multiple parameters have been changed
in a single session, the effects cannot be assessed and unintended
consequences may result.
1.YFCT
Positioning actuator type
This is to match the positioner with the respective actuator and where
necessary to the position sensor being used. The following adjustment
capabilities are provided:
S YFCT = turn
This adjustment is necessary for the part-turn actuator.
If “turn” is selected, the following parameter “2. YAGL” is automatically set to 90_ and cannot be changed.
S YFCT = WAY (Factory setting)
This is necessary for a linear actuator. This allows the positioner to
compensate for the non-linearity that arises due to the conversion of
the linear movement of the linear actuator into the part-turn movement of the feedback shaft. For this the positioner is factory set so
that it shows between “P 49.0 and P 51.0” when the arm on the
feedback shaft is vertical to the linear actuator spindle.
S YFCT = LWAY
This must be adjusted, if an external linear potentiometer is to be
connected to a linear actuator.
TIP: use this adjustment also for part-turn actuators with reverse
direction of control action.
S YFCT = ncSt
Use this when an NCS is fitted to a part-turn actuator.
S YFCT = -ncSt
This must be set when an NCS is used with a part-turn actuator with
reverse direction of control action.
S YFCT = ncSL
This must be set when an NCS is used with a linear actuator.
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S YFCT = ncSLL
This must be adjusted if an NCS is to be connected to a linear actuator with the position converted by an arm into a part--turn movement.
.
NOTE
After “LWAY, ncSt, --ncSt or ncSL” have been adjusted, the parameter
“3. YWAY” will not be displayed.
Rated angle of rotation of the feedback shaft
2.YAGL
In part-turn actuators, an angle of 90° is preset automatically by
1.YFCT = turn (see above). In linear actuators (1.YFCT = WAY) a
value of 33° or 90° can be selected depending on the stroke range:
S 33° for strokes ≤ 20 mm
S 90° for strokes > 20 mm
When using the lever up to 35 mm, both angles of rotation (33° and
90°) are possible.
The long lever (> 35 mm stroke) is only designed for an angle of
rotation setting of 90°. It is not part of the mounting kit set 6DR4004-8V
but must be ordered separately under order number 6DR4004-8L.
.
NOTE
The setting of the transmission ratio selector on the positioner (see
figure 2-2, page 17 and figure 2-3, page 18) must correspond to the
angle value selected under “2.YAGL”.
Lever arm transmission
3.YWAY
Selection of the lever arm range: serves to display the real stroke after
initialization. The use of this parameter is optional. You only need to set
this parameter if you want to have the way in mm displayed at the end
of the initialization.
If the parameter value “oFF” is selected here, the real stroke is not
displayed after initialization.
.
NOTE
The specification “YWAY” must match the mechanical lever arm transmission. The carrier must be set to the value of the actuator stroke,
if this is not scaled to the next highest scaled value.
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Automatic initialization (see chapter 3.6, page 72)
4.INITA
By selecting “Strt” and pressing the increment key
for at least
5 seconds, automatic initialization is started. The initialization process
is displayed by “RUN 1” to “RUN 5” (see figure 3-35, page 83 to
figure 3-38, page 86).
Manual initialization
5.INITM
By selecting “Strt” and pressing the increment key
for at least
5 seconds, manual initialization is started. The manual initialization
process is described in chapter 3.6.3, page 76 and chapter 3.6.6,
page 81.
.
NOTE
If the positioner has already been initialized, for INITA and INITM it is
possible to transfer it to its non-initialized state without changing the
remaining parameters by pressing the decrement key
for 5 s.
6.SCUR
Current range of the setpoint
The selection of the current range depends on the connection type.
“0mA” (0 to 20 mA) is only possible in three-/four-wire connections (see
figure 3-23, page 64).
7.SDIR
Setpoint direction (see figure 4-8, page 101)
The setting of the setpoint direction serves to reverse the direction of
action of the setpoint. It is used mainly for the split range mode and in
single-acting actuators with the safety position “up”.
8.SPRA
9.SPRE
Split range start (see figure 4-8)
and
Split range end (see figure 4-8)
The parameters “8.SPRA” and “9.SPRE” in connection with the
parameter “7.SDIR” serve to restrict the active setpoint range. In this
way split range tasks can be solved with the following characteristics.
S rising / falling
S falling / rising
S falling / falling
S rising / rising
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100 %
Positioner 1
6.SDIR = FALL
Total setting range
Positioner 2
6.SDIR = riSE
0%
100 %-SPRE
100 %-SPRA
Positioner 1
Setting range 1
SPRA
SPRE
Positioner 2
Setting range 2
Figure 4-8
Example: Split range-operation with two positioners
10.TSUP
Setpoint ramp UP
and
Setpoint ramp DOWN
11.TSDO
100 %
JW
[0 % to 100 %]
The setpoint ramp is effective in automatic operation and limits the
speed of alteration of the active setpoint. When switching over from
manual operation to automatic the active setpoint is adjusted to the setpoint on the positioner with the setpoint ramp.
This bumpless manual/automatic switchover avoids excessive pressure
increases on long pipelines.
In the position TSUP = Auto the slower of the two travel times determined during initialization is used for the setpoint ramp. TSDO is then
ineffective.
12.SFCT
Setpoint function (see figure 4-9, page 102)
Non-linear valve characteristics can be linearized with this function and
any flow characteristics simulated in linear valve characteristics.
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Six valve characteristics are stored in the positioner
S linear
(12.SFCT = Lin, factory setting)
S equal percentage
1 : 25
(12.SFCT = 1:25)
S equal percentage
1 : 33
(12.SFCT = 1:33)
S equal percentage
1 : 50
(12.SFCT = 1:50)
S inverse equal percentage
25 : 1
(12.SFCT = n1:25)
S inverse equal percentage
33 : 1
(12.SFCT = n1:33)
S inverse equal percentage
50 : 1
(12.SFCT = n1:50)
S freely adjustable
(12.SFCT = FrEE)
Setpoint turning points
13.SL0 to 33.SL20
A flow parameter can be assigned to the respective setpoint turning
value at an interval of 5 %. These points lead to a polygon chain with
20 straight lines which therefore represents a projection of the valve
characteristic.
100%
Example:
39 YCLS = UP
41YCUP = 75.0
100%
90
80
80
70
70
Modulation range
90
60
50
9 SFCT = Lin
40
Limit for tight closing
x
Example:
39 YCLS = UP
41 YCUP = 85.0
Setpoint turning point
Example:
18 SL5 = 45.0
60
40
Example:
39 YCLS = DO
40 YCDO = 15.0
20
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Example:
39 YCLS = DO
40YCDO = 10.0
20
Setpoint
w
0
Limit for tight closing
30
10
70
80
90
12 SFCT = FrEE
50
Limit for tight closing
30
Modulation range
Limit for tight closing
x
100 %
10
Setpoint
w
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100 %
SL 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Figure 4-9
Setpoint characteristic, manipulated variable standardization and tight closing function
The setpoint vertex values can only be input at 12.SFCT=FrEE. You
may only enter a strictly monotonous characteristic, and two consecutive vertex values must differ by at least 0.2 %.
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34.DEBA
At dEbA = AUto the dead zone in automatic operation is adapted continuously to the requirements of the control circuit. The dead zone is
gradually increased on detecting a control oscillation. The reverse
adaptation takes place by a time criterion.
In the other discrete settings the fixed value is used for the dead zone.
Manipulated variable limiting start (see figure 4-9 and 4-10)
and
Manipulated variable limiting end (see figure 4-9 and 4-10)
35.YA
36.YE
With the parameters “YA” and “YE” the mechanical actuating distance
(from stop to stop) is limited to the set values. In this way the mechanical setting range of the actuator can be limited to the active flow and
the integral saturation of the commanding controller avoided.
.
NOTE
YE must always be set to greater than YA.
37.YNRM
Manipulated variable standardization (see figure 4-9 and 4-10)
With limiting of the manipulated variable (by “35.YA” and “36.YE”) two
different scalings are produced for the display and the position feedback via the current output (MPOS or FLOW).
The MPOS scaling shows the mechanical position (0 to 100%) between the hard stops of the initialization. This is not affected by the parameters “35.YA” and “36.YE”. The parameters “35.YA” and “36.YE”
are displayed in the MPOS-scale.
The FLOW-scale is the standardization (0 to 100%) to the range between “35.YA” and “36.YE”. The setpoint w (0 to 100%) is always referred to this range. This gives (also by using valve characteristics) a
quasi-flow-proportional display and position feedback Iy.
To calculate the control difference, the setpoint is also shown in the appropriate scale on the display.
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YNRM = MPOS or YNRM = FLOW
Presetting:
YA = 0% and YE = 100%
50%
4mA
7.2mA
0%
20%
0mm
16mm
10.4mA
13.6mA
40%
60%
32mm
48mm
16.8mA
80%
20mA
100%
64mm
80mm
YA = 0%
Input current
(setpoint)
X display
W display
Mechan. Stroke
(actual value)
YE = 100%
Example:
YNRM = MPOS with YA = 10 % and YE = 80 %
50%
4mA
0%
0mm
7.2mA
10.4mA
13.6mA
20%
40%
60%
16mm
32mm
80%
48mm
YA = 10%
7.2mA
0%
0mm
20%
16mm
38.YDIR
100%
64mm
80mm
X display
W display
Mechan. Stroke
(actual value)
50%
10.4mA
40%
32mm
13.6mA
60%
80%
48mm
YA = 10%
Figure 4-10
20mA
YE = 80%
Example:
YNRM = FLOW with YA = 10 % and YE = 80 %
4mA
16.8mA
Input current
(setpoint)
16.8mA
20mA
X display
W display
100%
64mm
Input current
(setpoint)
80mm
Mechan. Stroke
(actual value)
YE = 80%
Dependence on the stroke of standardization and on YA and YE in the example of an 80 mm
linear actuator
Manipulated variable direction of action
The direction of action (rising or falling) of the display and the position
feedback (Iy) can be set with this.
39.YCLS
Tight closing with manipulated variable (see figure 4-9, page 102)
With this function the valve can be driven to the seat with the maximum
actuating force of the actuator (continuous contact of the piezo-valves).
The tight closing function can be activated on one side or for both limit
positions. YCLS becomes active when the setpoint is below the value
set with parameter “YCDO” or above that set with parameter “YCUP”.
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If the control function to close tightly is activated, for parameter
“49. LIM” the monitoring of the control deviation in each overrun direction (YCDO: < 0 %, YCUP: > 100 %) is disabled. This function is particularly useful for valves with a soft seating. For long term monitoring
of the end-stop positions, we recommend activating the parameters
“52. ZERO” and “53. OPEN”.
Value for tight closing, bottom
and
Value for tight closing, top
40.YCDO
41.YCUP
.
NOTE
“40.YCDO” must always be set to less than “41.YCUP”. The tight
closing function has a fixed hysteresis of 1 %. “40.YCDO” and
“41.YCUP” relate to mechanical stops and are independent of the
settings of “7.SDIR” and “38.YDIR”.
42.BIN1
43.BIN2
Function digital input 1 (see figure 4-6, page 96)
and
Function digital input 2 (see figure 4-6)
The parameters “BIN1” and “BIN2” can be set individually depending
on the purpose. The direction of action can be adapted to an NCC or
an NOC.
S BIN1 or BIN2 = on or --on
Digital messages of the periphery (e.g. pressure or temperature
switches) can be read out via the HART interface or lead to responding of the fault message output by OR linking with other messages.
S BIN1 = bLoc1
The Configuration operating mode is locked to prevent it being adjusted (e.g. by a wire jumper between terminals 9 and 10).
S BIN1 = bLoc2
If digital input 1 has been activated, manual operation is also locked
in addition to the Configuration operating mode.
S BIN1 or BIN2 = uP or doWn (contact closes) or --uP or --doWn (contact opens).
The actuator drives the linear actuator to the upper or lower stop
when the digital input is activated with continuous contact.
S BIN1 or BIN2 (contact closes) = StoP or --StoP (contact opens).
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With activated digital input the piezo-valves are blocked and the actuator remains in the last position. Leakage messages can then be
executed without initialization function.
S BIN1 oder BIN2 = PSt oder --PSt
Depending on settings, a partial stroke test can be initiated via
binary input 1 or 2 by actuating an opener or closer.
S BIN1 or BIN2 = oFF (factory setting)
no function
special function of DI1: If the digital input 1 is activated in P manual
operation by a jumper between terminals 9 and 10, , when the operating mode key is pressed the firmware version will be displayed.
line of the display.
If one of the above named functions is selected with the parameters
“BIN1” and “BIN2” simultaneously, then “Blocking” has priority over
“Up” and “Up” priority over “Down”.
44.AFCT
Alarm function
The actuator can report the exceeding (max.) or dropping below (min)
of a specified stroke or angle of rotation. The response of the alarms
(limit values) is related to the MPOS-scaling (see figure 4-10,
page 104). The alarms are reported by the alarm module (order no.
6DR4004-6A or -8A). In addition the alarms can be read out through
the HART interface (optional).
The direction of action of the digital outputs can be adapted from high
active to low active sequence systems.
Limit
Alarm module
A1
A2
A2
A1
way
106
MIN
MAX
MIN
MIN
MAX
MAX
--MIN
--MAX
--MIN
--MIN
--MAX
--MAX
A1 = 48
A2 = 52
Travel = 45
Travel = 50
Travel = 55
A1 = 48
A2 = 52
Travel = 45
Travel = 50
Travel = 55
A1 = 52
A2 = 48
Travel = 45
Travel = 50
Travel = 55
A1 = 52
A2 = 48
Travel = 45
Travel = 50
Travel = 55
AFCT = MIN / MAX
Activated
Activated
AFCT = --MIN / --MAX
Activated
Activated
Activated
Activated
AFCT = MIN / MAX
Activated
Activated
Activated
Activated
AFCT = --MIN / --MAX
Activated
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NOTE
If you have activated the extended diagnostics (parameter 51.XDIAG)
with On2 or On3, the alarms cannot be output via the alarm unit.
However, the message is possible via HART communication at any
time.
45.A1
46.A2
Response threshold alarm 1
and
Response threshold alarm 2
The alarm thresholds are related to the mechanical path (MPOS-scale).
47. FCT
Function of the fault message output
The fault message output serves as a group message for following
faults:
S Control error (e.g. by actuator fault, valve fault, compressed air failure) with the parameters “48. TIM” and “49. LIM”
S Positioner not in automatic mode
S Digital input activated (see parameter “42.BIN1” and “43.BIN2”)
S Exceeding of a limit value (e.g. way integral or valve seat, see parameter 50 to 54)
It also responds at:
S Power failure
S Processor fault
The direction of action of the digital outputs can be adapted from high
active to low active sequence systems.
For more information on error messages, see chapter 4.5.3 OnlineDiagnostics, page 131.
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Monitoring time for setting the fault messages
48. TIM
The set value(s) is/are for the specification of the time, within which the
positioner must have reached a compensated state. The corresponding
response threshold is preset with “49. LIM”.
If the set time is exceeded, the fault message output is set.
.
NOTE
If the tight closing function is activated, for parameter “49. LIM”, the
monitoring of the control deviation in each overrun direction (YCDO:
< 0 %, YCUP: > 100 %) is deactivated. This function is particularly
useful for valves with a soft seat. For the long-term monitoring of the
endstop positions, we recommend activating the parameters
“F. ZERO” and “G. OPEN”.
You can find more information on fault messages in chapter 4.5.3
Online Diagnostics.
Response threshold for fault messages
49. LIM
A value (%) can be set here for the permissible control deviation for
triggering the fault message.
If parameters 48 and 49 are set to “Auto” (factory setting), the fault
message is set if the short step zone is not reached within a certain
time. Within 5 to 95 % of the actuator travel, this time is 10 to 90 % of
10 times the initialization actuating time.
Preset
50.PRST
Establishes the factory setting and resets the initialization.
.
NOTE
After “Preset” the positioner needs to be re-initialized. All previously
determined maintenance parameters are deleted.
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51.XDIAG
Activation of the extended diagnostics
The extended diagnostics is deactivated at the factory, parameter 51 is
therefore at “OFF”. There are three operating modes for activating the
extended diagnostics:
S On1: The extended diagnostics is activated and the threshold 3
error messages are also output via the fault message output.
S On2: The extended diagnostics is activated, the threshold 2 error
messages are output via alarm output 2 and the threshold 3 error
messages are also output via fault message output.
S On3: The extended diagnostics is activated, the threshold 1 error
messages are output via alarm output 1, the threshold 2 error
messages are output via alarm output 2 and the threshold 3 error
messages are also output via the fault message output.
.
NOTE
Please note that the menu items of the extended diagnostics from
A. PST to P. PAVG are only displayed in the display after selecting
one of the three On operating modes.
With the factory setting, the parameters of menu items A to P are
deactivated by default (OFF). The corresponding parameters are only
displayed once you have activated the relevant menu item with “On”.
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A. PST
Partial stroke test
This parameter activates the partial stroke test for the cyclic or manual
partial stroke test of Up/Down and modulating valves.
The partial stroke test can be triggered via keyboard, a binary input or
the HART communication.
A1.STPOS
Start position
The start position of the partial stroke test is specified here within the
range of 0.0 to 100.0%.
A2.STTOL
Start tolerance
The start tolerance in relation to the start position is specified here in
the range of 0.1 to 10.0%. That means, with a start position of e.g. 50%
and a start tolerance of 2%, a partial stroke test can only be triggered
during operation if the current position is between 48 and 52%.
A3.STEP
Step height
Input of the step height of the partial stroke test within the range of
0.1 to 100.0%. The factory setting is 10.0%.
A4.STEPD
Step direction
Input of the step direction of the partial stroke test. The following
options are available:
“up”, “do” (down), “up do” (up and down). If “up” is selected, the
actuator is moved in a controlled manner from its start position to the
target position (start position + step height) and then back to the
original position in a controlled way once the target position has been
reached. The procedure for the “do” option is the same but in the
opposite direction. With “up do”, the actuator first travels in a controlled
manner from its start position to the upper target position (start position
+ step height), then controlled from the upper to the lower target
position (start position -- step height). After reaching the lower target
position, it returns to its original position in a controlled manner.
A5.INTRV
Test interval
Input of the interval for the cyclic partial stroke test within the range of
one day to 365 days.
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A6.PSTIN
Partial stroke test reference step time
(PSTIN = Partial Stroke Test Initialization)
Measurement of the reference step time for the partial stroke test. After
the initialization of the device, the calculated (C = calculated) average
actuating time of the control valve is displayed in seconds in the form:
C ###.#. This time can be used as reference step time, however it is
only a rough guide value.
That is why it is recommended to measure the reference step time here
after the specification of the partial stroke test (parameters A1 to A5)
by pressing the Greater Than button for five seconds. In doing so,
“rEAL” is shown in the display. The device then automatically moves to
the set start position, performs the desired step and saves the time
required to do this. The time that is measured is the controlled
movement from start position to target position. After the succesful
measurement, this reference step time is shown in the display in the
form: “###.#” seconds.
If a reference step is attempted without previous initialization of the
device, “noini” appears in the display. If the start position cannot be
approached or if the jump destination cannot be reached, “Fdini“
(Failed PST Initialization) is displayed.
A7.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. The factor 1
refers to the reference step time. If a specified partial stroke test results
e.g. in a reference step time of 1.0 second and factor 1 is used in the
factory setting of 1.5, the threshold 1 error message of the partial
stroke test is performed for a measuring time of 1.5 seconds.
A8.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. The factor 2
refers to the reference step time. If a specified partial stroke test results
e.g. in a reference step time of 1.0 second and factor 2 is used in the
factory setting of 3.0, the threshold 2 error message of the partial
stroke test is performed for a measuring time of 3.0 seconds.
A9.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. The factor 3
refers to the reference step time. If a specified partial stroke test results
e.g. in a reference step time of 1.0 second and factor 3 is used in the
factory setting of 5.0, the threshold 3 error message of the partial
stroke test is performed for a measuring time of 5.0 seconds. At the
same time, if this time threshold is exceeded, the excitation signal of
the actuator is cancelled to prevent any sudden breaking free and
overshooting of a valve that might be jammed or rusted in place.
The partial stroke test is thus stopped immediately, a threshold 3 error
is reported and the actuator is moved back to its original position.
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b. DEVI
General control valve malfunction
This parameter activates the dynamic monitoring of the control valve
reaction. To do this, the actual position sequence is compared to the
guide value and the expected position sequence, which allows
conclusions with regard to the correct operational behavior of the
control valve.
When the parameter is activated, the submenu for the general control
valve malfunctions from b1 to b5 opens. The function can be
configured there.
b1.TIM
Time constant of the low-pass filter
The time constant of the low-pass filter is determined during the
automatic initialization of the device. In the factory setting, parameter
b1 therefore indicates “Auto”.
If the user is very familiar with the process sequence or desires a
certain filter time constant for application-specific reasons, parameter
b1 can be set from one second to 400 seconds manually. One second
causes no damping, 400 seconds result in a strong damping effect.
b2.LIMIT
Limit for the general control valve malfunction
Sets the limit for the deviation from the model behavior. This limit is a
reference value for the error message factors. Factory setting is 1.0 %.
b3.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the general control valve malfunction. Factory setting for
factor 1 is 5.0. That means, for b2.LIMIT = 1.0% and factor 1 = 5.0, the
first error message is triggered at a control deviation of 5.0 % from the
model behavior.
b4.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the general control valve malfunction. Factory setting for
factor 2 is 10.0. That means, for b2.LIMIT = 1.0% and factor 2 = 10.0,
the second error message is triggered at a control deviation of 10.0 %
from the model behavior.
b5.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the general control valve malfunction. Factory setting for
factor 3 is 15.0. That means, for b2.LIMIT = 1.0% and factor 3 = 15.0,
the third error message is triggered at a control deviation of 15 % from
the model behavior.
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C. LEAK
Pneumatic leakage
This parameter is used to activate the function for the detection of a
pneumatic leakage. To do so, the changes of position and the internally
used controller output are recorded and filtered, depending on the
direction. The filter result provides a coefficient that allows the detection
of any leakage.
Note that the detection of a leak can only provided clear results for
spring-loaded actuators.
C1.LIMIT
Limit for the leakage indicator
Sets the limit for the leakage indicator The leakage indicator is scaled
within the range of 0.0 to 100.0. Factory setting for the limit is 30.0.
In other words, there is leakage below this limit. A leak can be
expected if this value is exceeded.
To be able to make full use of the sensitivity of the detection process,
it is recommended to perform a ramp test with a calibrator after the
automatic initialization of the device. The ramp should cover the
standard operating range of the valve and correspond in steepness to
the approximate dynamic requirements of the application. During the
ramp test, parameter 15.ONLK of the diagnosics menu provides
information on the values shown by the leakage indicator. This allows
the limit for the leakage coefficient to be defined above the maximum
ramp test value.
C2.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the leakage indicator. Factory setting for factor 1 is 1.0.
That means, for C1.LIMIT = 30.0 and factor 1 = 1.0, the first leakage
error message is triggered at a leakage indication of 30.0.
C3.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the leakage indicator. Factory setting for factor 2 is 1.5.
That means, for C1.LIMIT = 30.0 and factor 2 = 1.5, the second
leakage error message is triggered at a leakage indication of 45.0.
C4.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the leakage indicator. Factory setting for factor 3 is 2.0.
That means, for C1.LIMIT = 30.0 and factor 3 = 2.0, the third leakage
error message is triggered at a leakage indication of 60.0.
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d. STIC
Slipstick effect
This parameter is used to activate the function for the detection of a
slipstick effect. The device tries to detect sudden changes of the valve
position that indicate excess slipstick. If the device detects a slipstick,
the filtered step is saved as slipstick value. When the valve moves
normally again (without detection of a slipstick), the slipstick value is
reduced slowly.
Note that to avoid misinterpretations, for actuators with actuating times
below 1 s, the positioner cannot distinguish reliably between a normal
movement and a sudden change.
d1.LIMIT
Limit for the slipstick detection
Sets the limit for a step caused by a slipstick effect. The limit can be
set within the range of 0.0 to 100.0%. Factory setting for the limit is 1.0.
d2.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the slipstick detection. Factory setting for factor 1 is 2.0.
That means, for d1.LIMIT = 1.0 and factor 1 = 2.0, the first slipstick
error message is triggered when the current slipstick value has reached
2.0.
d3.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the slipstick detection. Factory setting for factor 2 is 5.0.
That means, for d1.LIMIT = 1.0 and factor 2 = 5.0, the second slipstick
error message is triggered when the current slipstick value has reached
5.0.
d4.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the slipstick detection. Factory setting for factor 3 is 10.0.
That means, for d1.LIMIT = 1.0 and factor 3 = 10.0, the third slipstick
error message is triggered when the current slipstick value has reached
10.0.
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E. DEBA
Dead zone monitoring
This parameter activates the monitoring of the dead zone adaptation.
Prerequisite for the function is the setting of parameter “34.DEBA”
= Auto.
E1.LEVL3
Threshold for the monitoring of the dead zone adaptation.
This value (%) can be used for the automatic adaptation of the dead
zone. If the dead zone exceeds the set value, the threshold 3 error
message is triggered. The three-level error message is not implemented for dead zone monitoring.
F. ZERO
Zero point offset
This function is for detecting when the lower stop has changed its value
compared to the value during initialization by more than the set
thresholds. Monitoring is only possible if the valve is within the tight
closing function. The activation of the “bottom tight closing function”
(parameter “39.YCLS”) is therefore prerequisite.
F1.LEVL1
Threshold 1
First threshold for monitoring the lower limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “bottom tight closing”, this will trigger the
threshold 1 error message.
F2.LEVL2
Threshold 2
Second threshold for monitoring the lower limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “bottom tight closing”, this will trigger the
threshold 2 error message.
F3.LEVL3
Threshold 3
Third threshold for monitoring the lower limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “bottom tight closing”, this will trigger the
threshold 3 error message.
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G. OPEN
Shifting the upper stop
This function is for detecting when the upper stop has changed its
value compared to the value during initialization by more than the
specified tolerance value. Monitoring is only possible if the valve is
within the tight closing function. The activation of the “top tight closing
function” (para“meter “39.YCLS”) is therefore prerequisite.
G1.LEVL1
Threshold 1
First threshold for monitoring the upper limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “top tight closing”, this will trigger the threshold 1 error message.
G2.LEVL2
Threshold 2
Second threshold for monitoring the upper limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “top tight closing”, this will trigger the threshold 2 error message.
G3.LEVL3
Threshold 3
Third threshold for monitoring the upper limit stop. If the set absolute
value is exceeded during “top tight closing”, this will trigger the threshold 3 error message.
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NOTE
Monitoring of the lower and upper limit stops does not only react to
valve faults. A misadjustment of the position feedback is also detected
as a malfunction if the threshold values are exceeded.
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H. TMIN
Monitoring of the lower temperature limit
The current temperature in the positioner housing is measured by a
sensor on the electronic circuit board. This parameter is for the
three-level monitoring of the lower temperature limit.
H1.TUNIT
Temperature unit
The temperature unit can be switched over by pressing the Greater
Than or Smaller Than button between °C and °F. Another way of
switching over is the J1.TUNIT parameter for monitoring the upper
temperature limit. The selected unit applies to all temperature-related
parameters.
H2.LEVL1
Threshold 1
First threshold for monitoring the lower temperature limit. The factory
setting is --25.0 °C. If the temperature falls below the set value, the
threshold 1 error message is triggered.
H3.LEVL2
Threshold 2
Second threshold for monitoring the lower temperature limit. The
factory setting is --30.0°C. If the temperature falls below the set value,
the threshold 2 error message is triggered.
H4.LEVL3
Threshold 3
Third threshold for monitoring the lower temperature limit. The factory
setting is --40.0°C. If the temperature falls below the set value,
the threshold 3 error message is triggered.
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J. TMAX
Monitoring of the upper temperature limit
The current temperature in the positioner housing is measured by a
sensor on the electronic circuit board. This parameter is for the
three-level monitoring of the upper temperature limit.
J1.TUNIT
Temperature unit
The temperature unit can be switched over by pressing the Greater
Than or Smaller Than button between °C and °F. Another way of
switching over is the H1.TUNIT parameter for monitoring the lower
temperature limit. The selected unit applies to all temperature-related
parameters.
J2.LEVL1
Threshold 1
First threshold for monitoring the upper temperature limit. The factory
setting is 75.0°C. If the temperature exceeds the set value, the threshold 1 error message is triggered.
J3.LEVL2
Threshold 2
Second threshold for monitoring the upper temperature limit. The
factory setting is 80.0°C. If the temperature exceeds the set value,
the threshold 2 error message is triggered.
J4.LEVL3
Threshold 3
Third threshold for monitoring the upper temperature limit. The factory
setting is 90.0°C. If the temperature exceeds the set value, the threshold 3 error message is triggered.
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L. STRK
Monitoring of the displacement integral
This parameter activates the monitoring of the displacement integral.
This function allows the preventive maintenance of the control valve,
also see chapter 4.5 “Diagnosics”, page 122.
L1.LIMIT
Limit for the number of strokes
Input of the limit for the number of strokes. The parameter can be used
depending on the requirement profile of the user.
On the one hand, it is possible to enter a maximal number for the
strokes and to use factors smaller than one to receive warning
messages when a certain fraction of the maximal number is reached.
On the other hand, a minimum value can be entered for the strokes.
Factors greater than one are then used to receive warning messages
for certain limits above the minimum value. Factory setting for the limit
is 1 000 000.
L2.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of strokes. Factory setting for factor 1 is 1.0.
That means, for L1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 1 = 1.0, the first
stroke counter error message is triggered after 1 000 000 strokes.
L3.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of strokes. Factory setting for factor 2 is 2.0.
That means, for L1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 2 = 2.0, the second
stroke counter error message is triggered after 2 000 000 strokes.
L4.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of strokes. Factory setting for factor 3 is 5.0.
That means, for L1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 3 = 5.0, the third
stroke counter error message is triggered after 5 000 000 strokes.
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O. DCHG
Monitoring of the changes of direction
This parameter activates the monitoring of the changes of direction.
This function allows the preventive maintenance of the control valve,
also see chapter 4.5 “Diagnosics”, page 122.
O1.LIMIT
Limit for the changes of direction
Input of the limit for the number of changes of direction.
On the one hand, it is possible to enter a maximal number for the
changes of direction and to use factors smaller than one to receive
warning messages when a certain fraction of the maximal number is
reached. On the other hand, a minimum value can be entered for the
changes of direction. Factors greater than one are then used to receive
warning messages for certain limits above the minimum value. Factory
setting for the limit is 1 000 000.
O2.FACT1
Factor 1
Input of the factor for the threshold 1 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of changes of direction. Factory setting
for factor 1 is 1.0. That means, for O1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 1 = 1.0, the first direction change error message is triggered after
1 000 000 strokes.
O3.FACT2
Factor 2
Input of the factor for the threshold 2 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of changes of direction. Factory setting
for factor 2 is 2.0. That means, for O1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 2 = 2.0, the second direction change error message is triggered
after 2 000 000 strokes.
O4.FACT3
Factor 3
Input of the factor for the threshold 3 error message. This factor refers
to the limit for the number of changes of direction. Factory setting
for factor 3 is 5.0. That means, for L1.LIMIT = 1 000 000 and factor 3 = 5.0, the third direction change error message is triggered after
5 000 000 strokes.
P. PAVG
Calculation of the position average
This parameter is used to activate the function for the calculation of the
position average. The function allows the calculation of a reference
average for the position sequence within preset intervals and the
calculation of comparison average values for the following intervals.
If the comparison average values deviate from the reference average,
error messages are displayed, depending on the set thresholds.
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P1.TBASE
Time basis for the formation of the average value
Sets the intervals for the formation of the average value. The following
time intervals are available:
30 minutes
8 hours
5 days
60 days
2.5 years
P2.STATE
Status of the calculation of the position average
After activating the function with parameter P. PAVG, the initial status
of the calculation of the position average is “IdLE” (inactive). To start
the calculation of the position average, the Greater Than button is
pressed for five seconds. The display text then switches from “IdLE” to
“rEF” (reference average is calculated) and remains there until the
selected time interval has passed. The reference average is then
shown on the display.
.
NOTE
The current comparison average is displayed in the diagnosis menu
under parameter 19.PAVG as soon as the first comparison interval has
passed. During the first comparison interval, “COMP” (comparison
interval) is displayed there.
P3.LEVL1
Threshold 1
First threshold for monitoring the reference average. The factory setting
is 2.0%. If a comparison average deviates from the reference by more
than this value, the threshold 1 error message is triggered.
P4.LEVL2
Threshold 2
Second threshold for monitoring the reference average. The factory
setting is 5.0%. If a comparison average deviates from the reference by
more than this value, the threshold 2 error message is triggered.
P5.LEVL3
Threshold 3
Third threshold for monitoring the reference average. The factory
setting is 10.0%. If a comparison average deviates from the reference
by more than this value, the threshold 3 error message is triggered.
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4.5
Diagnosis
4.5.1 Diagnostic display
To access the diagnostic display in automatic or manual mode,
press all three buttons for at least two seconds.
This following table gives an overview of the values that can be
displayed. The third column contains the term from which the
abbreviation is derived, unless it is self-explaining.
The structure of the diagnostic display is similar to that in “Configuration” mode: the upper line shows the diagnosis value, the lower line
shows the number and abbreviation of the displayed value.
to select the next diagnosis value.
Use the operating mode button
By pressing and holding the operating mode button and simultaneously
the diagnosis values can be
pressing the decrement button
selected in reverse order.
Certain values can be set to zero by pressing the increment button
for at least 5 seconds. This is noted in the last table column.
Some diagnosis values can be greater than 99999. In this case, the
display switches to exponential indication. Example: the value for
1234567 is displayed as 1.23E6.
No. Abbreviation
Meaning
Values than
can be
indicated
Unit
Reset
possible
1
STRKS
Number of strokes (Strokes)
0 to 4.29E9
--
x
2
3
CHDIR
Changes of direction (Changes of Direction)
Number of fault messages ( Counter)
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
---
x
x
4
A1CNT
Number of alarms 1 (Alarm 1 Counter)
0 to 4.29E9
--
x
5
6
A2CNT
HOURS
Number of alarms 2 (Alarm 2 Counter)
Operating hours (Hours)
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
-hours
x
7
8
WAY
TUP
Determined actuator travel (Way)
Actuating time up (Travel Time Up)
0 to 130
0 to 1000
mm or _
s
9
10
TDOWN
LEAK
Actuating time down (Travel Time Down)
Leakage (Leakage)
0 to 1000
P 0.0 to 100.0
s
%
11
PST
Monitoring of the Partial Stroke Test
OFF / ###.#,
fdini, notSt,
SdtSt, fdtSt,
notd, Strt
s for ###.#
12
PRPST
Time since the last Partial Stroke Test
###, notSt,
Sdtst, fdtSt
days
13
NXPST
Time until the next Partial Stroke Test
###, notSt,
SdtSt, fdtSt
days
14
DEVI
General control valve malfunction
Off, 0.0 to
100.0
%
15
ONLK
Pneumatic leakage
Off, 0.0 to
100.0
--
16
STIC
Slipstick effect
Off, --100.0 to
100.0
%
17
ZERO
Zero point offset
Off, --100.0 to
100.0
%
18
OPEN
Shifting the upper stop
Off, --100.0 to
100.0
%
19
PAVG
Average position value
0.0 to 100.0
%
20
P0
Potentiometer value lower stop (0%)
0.0 to 100.0
%
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Meaning
Values than
can be
indicated
Unit
21
P100
Potentiometer value upper stop (100%)
0.0 to 100.0
%
22
23
IMPUP
IMPDN
Pulse length up (Impulse Length Up)
Pulse length down (Impulse Length Down)
2 to 160
2 to 160
ms
ms
24
25
DBUP
DBDN
Dead zone up (Dead Band Up)
Dead zone down (Dead Band Down)
0.1 to 10.0
0.1 to 10.0
%
%
26
27
SSUP
SSDN
Short step zone up (Short Step Zone Up)
Short step zone down (Short Step Zone Down)
0.1 to 100.0
0.1 to 100.0
%
%
28
29
30
TEMP
TMIN
TMAX
Current temperature
Minimumtemperature (“min/max pointer”)
Maximumtemperature (“min/max pointer”)
--40 to 85
--40 to 85
--40 to 85
_C
_C
_C
31
32
T1
T2
Number of operating hours in temperature range 1
Number of operating hours in temperature range 2
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
33
34
T3
T4
Number of operating hours in temperature range 3
Number of operating hours in temperature range 4
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
35
36
T5
T6
Number of operating hours in temperature range 5
Number of operating hours in temperature range 6
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
37
38
T7
T8
Number of operating hours in temperature range 7
Number of operating hours in temperature range 8
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
39
40
41
T9
VENT1
VENT2
Number of operating hours in temperature range 9
Number of switching operations pilotvallve 1
Number of switching operations pilotvallve 2
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
---
42
STORE
Save current values as “last maintenance”
(press increment button for 5s) (Store)
--
--
43
PRUP
Prediction up
1 to 40
--
44
45
PRDN
WT00
Prediction down
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT00
1 to 40
0 to 4.29E9
-hours
x
46
47
WT05
WT10
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT05
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT10
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
x
x
48
49
50
WT30
WT50
WT70
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT30
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT50
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT70
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
hours
x
x
x
51
52
WT90
WT95
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT90
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT95
0 to 4.29E9
0 to 4.29E9
hours
hours
x
x
53
mA
Setpoint current
0.0 to 20.0
mA
Table 4-1
Reset
possible
Overview of diagnosis values
4.5.2 Meaning of the diagnosis values
1 STRKS
Number of strokes
During operation, the actuator movements are added up and can be
read off here as the number of strokes. Unit: 100% strokes, i.e. the
path between 0 and 100 % and back. The value is written into a
non-volatile memory every 15 minutes. It can be set to zero with the
.
increment button
2 CHDIR
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In the controller, every change of direction coming from the dead zone
is noted and added to the number of changes of direction.
The value is written into a non-volatile memory every 15 minutes. It can
.
be set to zero with the increment button
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3 CNT
Number of fault messages
In the controller, every malfunction is noted and added to the number of
fault messages. The counter can be set to zero with the increment
.
button
4 A1CNT
5 A2CNT
Number of alarms 1
and
Number of alarms 2
The reaction of alarms 1 and 2 is counted with these two counters.
Prerequisite is the activation of the alarms with parameter “44.AFCT”.
.
The counters can be set to zero with the increment button
6 HOURS
Operating hours
The operating hours counter is incremented every hour as soon as the
positioner is supplied with electrical power.
7 WAY
Determined actuator travel
This value specifies the actuator travel determined during initialization,
according to the indication at the end of an initialization phase.
Prerequisite for linear actuators: Specification of the lever arm with
parameter “3.YWAY”.
8 TUP
9 TDOWN
Actuating time up
and
Actuating time down
These values indicate the actuating times that were determined during
initialization. The unit is seconds.
10 LEAK
Leakage
If a leakage measurement was initiated during initialization, the leakage
value can be read off here in %/min.
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11 PST
Monitoring of the partial stroke test
The measured step time of the last partial stroke test is displayed here.
A partial stroke test can be triggered manually by pressing the Greater
Than button, or a partial stroke test that is just being performed can be
interrupted.
The following states are shown in the display:
S OFF
The partial stroke test function is deactivated in the configuration
menu.
S FdIni (Failed PST Initialization)
The partial stroke test reference step time measurement failed.
S notSt (No Test)
No partial stroke test carried out yet.
S ###.# (measured step time in seconds)
The last partial stroke test was carried out successfully.
S SdtSt (Stopped Test)
The last partial stroke test was interrupted.
S FdtSt (Failed Test)
The last partial stroke test failed.
The following status messages appear on pressing the Greater Than
button:
S notoL (No Tolerance)
The control valve is outside the tolerance range for starting the
partial stroke test. No manual partial stroke test has been started.
S Strt (Start)
A manual partial stroke test was started after pressing the button for
five seconds.
S StoP (Stop)
The currently performed partial stroke test is interrupted.
12 PRPST
Time since the last partial stroke test
The time that has passed since the last partial stroke test is displayed
here (in days). The following status messages can also appear:
S notSt (No Test)
No partial stroke test carried out yet.
S SdtSt (Stopped Test)
The last partial stroke test was interrupted.
S FdtSt (Failed Test)
The last partial stroke test failed.
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13 NXPST
Time until the next partial stroke test
The time until the next partial stroke test is displayed here (in days).
Conditions are that the partial stroke test is deactivated in the
configuration menu and a test interval is set. If one of these two
conditions is not fulfilled “OFF” appears in the display.
14 DEVI
General control valve malfunction
This value provides information on the current dynamically determined
deviation from the model behavior. If the basic function is deactivated in
the configuration menu “OFF” is displayed.
15 ONLK
Pneumatic leakage
The current leakage indicator is displayed here. If the leakage detection
is deactivated in the configuration menu “OFF” is displayed.
16 STIC
Slipstick effect
The filtered step height value cause by slipstick is displayed here in
percent. If the function is deactivated in the configuration menu, “OFF”
is displayed.
17 ZERO
Zero point offset
Display of the current displacement of the lower limit stop compared to
its initialization value. Condition for the determination is the activation of
the “bottom tight closing function” (parameter “39.YCLS” in the
configuration menu). If the basic function is deactivated in the
configuration menu “OFF” is displayed.
18 OPEN
Shifting the upper stop
Display of the current displacement of the upper limit stop compared to
its initialization value. Condition for the determination is the activation of
the “top tight closing function” (parameter “39.YCLS” in the configuration menu). If the basic function is deactivated in the configuration
menu “OFF” is displayed.
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19 PAVG
Average position value
The comparison average calculated last is displayed here. There are
also the following status messages:
S OFF
The basic function is deactivated in the configuration menu.
S IdLE (inactive)
The function has not been started yet.
S rEF (reference average is calculated)
The function was started and the reference interval is currently
active.
S COMP (comparison average is calculated)
The function was started and the comparative interval is currently
active.
20 P0
21 P100
Potentiometer value lower stop
and
Potentiometer value upper stop
These two values indicate the measured values of the position
displacement sensor (potentiometer) at the lower or upper limit stop,
as determined during the automatic initialization. With manual initialization, the values of the manually approached end positions can be found
here.
22 IMPUP
23 IMPDN
Pulse length up
and
Pulse length down
During the initialization phase, the smallest pulse lengths are determined, with which a movement of the actuator can be achieved.
They are determined separately for the “Up” direction and the “Down”
direction and displayed here.
These two parameters can be set for special applications (see chapter 4.7, page 143).
24 DBUP
25 DBDN
Dead zone up
and
Dead zone down
The dead zone of the controller in “Up” direction or in “Down” direction
is displayed here. The values correspond either to the manually set
value of parameter “34.DEBA” or to the value automatically adapted by
the device if “DEBA” was set to “Auto”.
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Short step zone up
and
Short step zone down
26 SSUP
27 SSDN
The short step zone is the range of the controller, in which pulseshaped excitation signals are output. The pulse length is proportional to
the control deviation. If the control deviation is not within the short step
zone, then the valves are activated in permanent contact.
These two parameters can be set for special applications (see chapter 4.7, page 143).
Current temperature
28 TEMP
Current temperature in the positioner housing. The sensor is on the
electronic circuit board.
The temperature display can be switched between _C and _F by
pressing the decrement button.
Minimum temperature (min/max pointer)
and
Maximum temperature (min/max pointer)
29 TMIN
30 TMAX
The minimum and maximum temperature in the housing interior is
determined continuously in the form of a min/max pointer and saved
and can only be reset at the factory.
31 T1 to
39 T9
Number of operating hours in temperature range T1 to T9
The device gives statistical information as to how long and in which
temperature ranges it was operated. For this purpose, the measured
temperature is averaged for each hour and the counter that is assigned
to the relevant temperature range is incremented every hour. This
allows conclusions to be made about past operating conditions of the
device and the entire control valve.
The temperature ranges are divided as follows:
T1
Temperature
range [_C]
≥--30
40 VENT1
41 VENT2
T2
≥--30
<--15
T3
≥--15
<0
T4
≥0
< 15
T5
≥15
< 30
T6
≥30
< 45
T7
≥45
< 60
T8
≥60
< 75
T9
≥75
Number of switching operations pilot valve 1
and
Number of switching operations pilot valve 2
These two counters add up the activation processes of the pilot valves
and are for the assessment of the switching dependency.
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Save maintenance data
42 STORE
for at least 5 seconds triggers a
Pressing the increment button
memory function. In doing so, the diagnostic data 7 to 18 is saved in a
non--volatile memory as the “data of the last maintenance”. This
diagnostic data consists of selected values that, when changed,
can provide information on the mechanical wear of the valve.
Normally, this function is operated via PDM, menu item: Device!Save
maintenance info. The comparison of the data of the last maintenance
to the current data is possible via PDM.
43 PRUP
44 PRDN
Prediction up
Prediction down
see chapter 4.7, page 143.
45 WT00 to
52 WT95
Number of operating hours in actuating range WT00 to WT95
If the positioner is in automatic mode, statistical information is
generated as to how long a valve or a flap was operated in which
section of the actuating range. For this purpose, the entire actuating
range (0 to 100 %) is divided into 8 sections (actuating ranges). The
positioner registers the current position continuously and increments
the operating hours counter that is assigned to the relevant section
(actuating range) every hour. This allows conclusions to be made about
past operating conditions and is in particular for the assessment of the
control characteristics of the control loop or of the entire control valve.
The actuating range is divided as follows:
Actuating
range
Actuating
range
section
WT00
WT05
WT10
WT30
WT50
WT70
WT90
WT95
<5%
≥5 %
< 10 %
≥10 %
< 30 %
≥30 %
< 50 %
≥50 %
< 70 %
≥70 %
< 90 %
≥90 %
< 95 %
≥95 %
The 8 operating hours counters can be set to zero together by pressing
the increment button (for at least 5 seconds).
TIP: Since the actuating ranges are arranged at the end of the
diagnosis menu with numbers 45 to 52, press the decrement button
several times in addition to the operating mode button. That is how you
access diagnosis numbers 45 to 52 quickly.
Setpoint current
53 MA
You can have the current setpoint displayed here in mA.
.
NOTE
All diagnosis values are updated every 15 minutes in the non-volatile
memory so that only the values of the past quarter of an hour are lost
if there is a power failure.
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4.5.3 Online diagnosis
While the positioner is in operation, some important values and
parameters are monitored on a continuous basis. In “Configuration”
mode, you can configure this monitoring in such a way that the fault
message output is activated when a certain event occurs, such as e.g.
when a limit is exceeded.
Table 4-2, page 133, shows which events can activate the fault
message output and the alarm outputs, how the parameters need to be
set for this event to be monitored, when the fault messages disappears
again and what the possible causes of the malfunction are.
In automatic and manual mode, the display shows what triggered the
fault message when the fault message output reacts. The two numbers
at the bottom left indicate the relevant error code. If several triggers
occur simultaneously, they are display in succession cyclically. The
device status that also includes all fault messages, can be called using
command #48 via HART.
The parameters of the extended diagnostics allow error messages to
be displayed in one, two or three levels. In addition to the fault
message output, alarm outputs 1 and 2 are then used. For this
purpose, parameter 51.XDIAG needs to be set according to the following table:
Settings of 51.XDIAG
Off
Message by
On1
Fault message output for threshold 3 error messages
(one-level)
Fault message output for threshold 3 error messages and
alarm output 2 for threshold 2 error messages (two-level)
Fault message output for threshold 3 error messages and
alarm output 2 for threshold 2 error messages and
alarm output 1 for threshold 1 error messages (three-level)
On2
On3
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Error three- Event
code level
1
no
Remaining control
deviation
Parametersetting
always active
Error message
disappears if...
... the control
deviation has
disappeared again.
Possible
causes
Compressed air
missing, actuator
fault, valve fault
(e.g. blockage).
... the device is
The device is
switched to automatic configured or is in
mode.
manual mode.
2
no
Device not in
automatic mode
47. FCT= nA
or = nAB
3
no
Binary input BE1
or BE2 active
47. FCT= nAB
and binary function
BIN1 or BIN2 at “on”
... the binary input is
no longer activated.
4
yes
Limit
Stroke number
exceeded
L. STRK¸OFF
... the stroke counter
is reset or the
thresholds are
increased
5
yes
Direction change
limit exceeded
O. DCHG¸OFF
... the direction
change counter is
reset or the
thresholds are
increased
6
yes
Lower limit stop
limit exceeded
F. ZERO¸OFF
39.YCLS = do or up
do
... the deviation of the
stop disappears or
the device was
re-initialized.
7
yes
Limit
of upper limit stop
exceeded
G. OPEN¸OFF
39.YCLS = up or up
do
8
no
E. DEBA¸OFF
34.DEBA = Auto
9
yes
Limit
Dead zone
adaptation
exceeded
Partial stroke test
exceeds reference
step time
10
yes
General control
valve malfunction
b. DEVI¸OFF
11
yes
Pneumatic leakage C. LEAK¸OFF
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A. PST¸OFF
The contact
connected to the
binary input became
active (e.g. stuffing
box monitoring,
overpressure,
temperature switch).
The sum of the
distance covered by
the actuator exceeds
one of the set
thresholds.
The number of
changes of direction
exceeds one of the
set thresholds.
Wear of the valve
seat, deposit or
foreign matter in
the valve seat,
mechanical
misadjustment, friction
clutch misadjusted.
... the deviation of the Wear of the valve
stop disappears or
seat, deposit or
the device was
foreign matter in
re-initialized.
the valve seat,
mechanical
misadjustment, friction
clutch misadjusted.
... the value has
Increased stuffing box
fallen below the limit friction, mechanical
again.
batches of the
position feedback.
... a partial stroke test Valve jams or is
is performed
rusted in place,
successfully within
increased friction
the reference step
time or the function is
deactivated.
... the position is back
within a narrow
corridor between
guide value and
model, or the function
is deactivated.
actuator fault, valve
fault, valve jams,
increased friction,
compressed air drop
... the leakage falls
below the set
thresholds, or the
function is
deactivated.
Pneumatic leakage
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code level
12
yes
Slipstick effect
occurs
Parametersetting
13
yes
Temperature
short of
H. TMIN¸OFF
14
yes
Temperature
exceeded
J. TMAX¸OFF
15
yes
Position average
deviates from the
reference value
P. PAVG¸OFF
Table 4-2
d. STIC¸OFF
Error message
disappears if...
... no more slipstick
can be detected,
or the function is
deactivated.
... the lower temperature threshold
values are no longer
fallen short of.
... the upper temperature thresholds
are no longer
exceeded.
... after a comparison
interval, a position
average is calculated
that is within the
reference value
thresholds or the
function is
deactivated.
Possible
causes
Increased slipstick,
valve no longer
moves constantly but
judders instead
Ambient temperature
too low
Ambient temperature
too high
In the last comparison
interval, the valve
trajectory changed so
much that a deviating
position average was
calculated.
Events that can activate the fault message output
Explanations for the “Error codes” column:
1
Control deviation monitoring
In automatic mode, the deviation between the setpoint and actual value
is monitored continuously. According to the setting of parameter
48. TIM, the monitoring time for setting the fault messages, and
49. LIM, the response threshold of the fault message, the fault
message is activated if the control deviation remains. As soon as the
control deviation falls below the response threshold again, the fault
message is cancelled.
2
Automatic mode monitoring
If parameter “47. FCT”, the fault message output function, is set
accordingly, a fault message is generated if the device is not in
automatic mode. In this way, e.g. the control system can be warned if
the device was switched to manual mode or configuration on location.
3
Binary input BE1 or BE2 active
If parameter “47. FCT”, the fault message output function, and
parameter “42.BIN1”, the binary input 1 function, are set accordingly,
a fault message is generated when the binary input is activated. This
can be e.g. a stuffing box monitoring switch, a temperature switch or a
limit switch (e.g. for pressure).
Binary input 2 (for the alarm unit option) can be configured in the same
way.
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4
5
Stroke number monitoring
Monitoring of the number of changes of direction
The two values, number of strokes and number of changes of direction,
are compared to the threshold values on a continuous basis. These
values result from the parameters “L1.LIMIT” to “L4.FACT3” and
“O1.LIMIT” to “O4.FACT3”. If they are exceeded, depending on the
operating mode of the extended diagnostics, the fault message output
reacts, and possibly also the alarm outputs. The two functions can
be deactivated by the parameter setting “OFF” for “L. STRK” or
“O. DCHG”.
6
7
Monitoring of the lower limit stop (valve seat)
Monitoring of the upper limit stop
The monitoring of the lower limit stop is activated if parameter
“F. ZERO” has a value ¸OFF. This function can be used e.g.
to detect valve seat errors. If the limit is exceeded, this can be an
indication of deposits or foreign particles on the valve seat. If the limit is
fallen short of, wear to the valve seat or reactor body could be the
cause. The mechanical misadjustment of the position feedback can
also trigger this error message.
Monitoring takes place every time the valve is in “bottom tight closing”
position. In doing so, the current position is compared to the position
that was determined as lower end stop during the initialization phase.
The activation of the “bottom tight closing function” (parameter
“39.YCLS”) is therefore prerequisite.
Example: 3% is set as value. For “bottom tight closing”, the 0% position
is normally established. If a value of >3% or <--3% is determined
instead, a fault is reported.
The fault message remains activated until either a subsequent
monitoring process remains within the tolerance range or a
re-initialization is carried out. The deactivation of the monitoring
process (“F. ZERO”=OFF) also deletes any fault messages.
This monitoring function does not provide any useful results if the stops
were not determined automatically during initialization but instead the
limits were set by hand (manual initialization, “5.INITM”).
An appropriate diagnosis was carried out for the upper limit stop. The
parameter “G. OPEN” is used to set this limit. The activation of the
“top tight closing function” (parameter “39.YCLS”) is therefore
prerequisite.
8
Dead zone adaptation monitoring
If, during the automatic adaptation of the dead zone (parameter
34.DEBA=Auto) the dead zone increases disproportionately during
operation, this is an indication of a fault in the system (e.g. significantly
increased stuffing box friction, play in the position displacement sensor,
leakage). Therefore a limit can be specified for this value (“E1.LEVL3”,
threshold for dead zone monitoring) that activates the fault message
output if it is exceeded.
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9
Partial stroke test exceeds reference step time
This error message appears on the one hand if a manual or cyclic
partial stroke test is triggered and the test cannot be started because
the valve is not within the start tolerance range. The error message
also appears if one of the three thresholds of the partial stroke test that
are a result of the reference step time (A6.PSTIN) times factors
(A7.FACT1 to A9.FACT3) is violated. How serious the error message
is, can be seen at the bar graph on the right side of the display. At the
same time, the severity of the error message is output via the fault
message output or the alarm outputs, according to the operating mode
of the extended diagnostics.
10
General control valve malfunction
The monitoring of the operational behavior triggers if the actual valve
position leaves a narrow corridor between guide value and expected
position sequence. In this case, the deviation between expected and
actual position sequence is filtered and output and compared to the set
thresholds that are the result of the limit (b2.LIMIT) times the factors
(b3.FACT1 to b5.FACT3).
11
Pneumatic leakage
This error message appears if the leakage indicator exceeds the set
thresholds. Note that the function can only take effect with its entire
sensitivity if a ramp test is performed to set the leakage indicator after
initialization (see Explanations on C1.LIMIT).
12
Slipstick effect too high
If the slipstick of the control valve is increased during operation of if an
increasing number of slip jumps are detected, the relevant limits can be
exceeded, resulting in an error message.
13
Temperature fallen short of
This error message appears if the lower temperature limit thresholds
are fallen short of.
14
Temperature exceeded
This error message appears if the upper temperature limit thresholds
are exceeded.
15
Monitoring of the position average
If a position average is calculated when a comparison interval passes
that deviates from the reference value by more than the set thresholds,
this error message triggers.
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4.5.4 Fault correction
Guide
see
Table
In whichoperating mode does the fault occur?
• Initialization
5
• Manual mode and automatic mode
6
In which environment and under which basic conditions does the
fault occur?
• Wet environment (e.g. heavy rain or continuous condensation)
6
• Vibrating (oscillating) control valves
6
• Stress due to knocks or shocks (e.g. steam pulses or flaps breaking
away)
9
• damp (wet) compressed air
6
• dirty compressed air (contaminated with solid particles)
6
7
• constantly (reproducible)
5
• sporadically (not reproducible)
9
• usually after a certain operation time
6
7
8
9
6
7
8
7
9
9
When does the fault occur?
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(symptoms)
•
SIPART PS2 stops during
“RUN 1”.
possible cause(s)
•
•
•
•
SIPART PS2 stops during
“RUN 2”.
•
•
•
•
SIPART PS2 stops during
“RUN 3”.
•
SIPART PS2 stops during
•
“RUN 5”and does not reach
“FINISH” (delay time:
> 5 min).
•
Remedies
Initialization started from end
position and
reaction time of max. 1 min.
not waited for.
Mains pressure not connected
or insufficient.
Transmission ratio selector and
parameter 2 (YAGL) as well as
actual stroke do not match.
Stroke not correctly set for
lever.
Piezo valve(s) do(es) not
switch (see table 6).
•
Actuating time too high.
•
“Batches” (play) in the
positioner -- actuator -- control
valve system
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 1 min. delay time
required.
Do not start initialization from
end position.
Secure the mains pressure.
Check settings:
see leaflet: figure “device view
(7)” as well as parameters 2
and 3
Check stroke setting at lever.
see table 2
Open reactor completely
and/or set PZ pressure (1) to
maximum permissible value.
If necessary, use booster.
Part-turn actuator:
Check if set screw of the
coupling wheel is inserted
firmly
Linear actuator:
Check if lever is connected
firmly to positioning shaft.
Eliminate any other play
between actuator and control
valve.
Table 5
Fault indication
(symptoms)
•
•
•
•
For SIPART PS2, “CPU
test” flashes in the display
(approx. every 2 sec).
Piezo valve(s) do(es) not
switch.
In manual or automatic
mode, the actuator cannot
be moved or only in one
direction.
Piezo valve(s) do(es) not
switch (no quiet “clicking”
can be heard when the + or
– button is pressed in
manual mode).
possible cause(s)
Remedies
•
Water in the pneumatic block
(due to wet compressed air)
•
•
Moisture in the pneumatic
block
•
•
Screw between shrouding
cover and pneumatic block not
tightened firmly or cover
jammed.
Dirt (chips, particles) in the
pneumatic block
•
Tighten screw, if necessary
eliminate jam.
•
Deposits on contact(s)
between electronics board and
pneumatic block can develop
due to abrasion as a result of
continuous high vibration
stress.
•
Repair (see chapter 5,
page 145) or new device;
integrated fine screen,
also replace and clean.
Clean all contact surfaces with
spirit; if necessary, re-bend the
pneumatic block springs
slightly.
•
•
At an early stage, this fault can
be eliminated by subsequent
operation with dry air (if necessary, in the temperature
cabinet at 50 to 70°C).
Otherwise: Repair
(see chapter 5, page 145)
Table 6
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Fault indication
(symptoms)
possible cause(s)
Remedies
•
Actuator does not move
•
Compressed air < 1.4 bar
•
Set supply air pressure to
> 1.4 bar.
•
Piezo valve(s) do(es) not
switch (quiet “clicking” can
be heard however when
the + or – button is pressed
in manual mode).
•
Reactor valve(s) closed
(screw(s) at the right-hand
stop)
•
•
Dirt in the pneumatic block
•
A piezo valve switches
continuously in stationary
automatic mode (constant
setpoint) and in manual
mode.
•
Pneumatic leakage in the
positioner – actuator system
Start leakage test in “RUN 3”
(initialization)!!!
•
Dirt in the pneumatic block
(see above)
•
Open reactor screw(s) (see
leaflet, figure “device view (6)”
by turning it/them
anti-clockwise.
Repair (see chapter 5,
page 145) or new device;
integrated fine screen,
also replace and clean.
Eliminate leakage in the
actuator and/or supply line
If the actuator is intact and the
supply line is leak-tight:
Repair (see chapter 5,
page 145) or new device
see above
•
•
•
Table 7
Fault indication
(symptoms)
•
Both piezo valves switch
continuously and
alternately in stationary
automatic mode (constant
setpoint) and in manual
mode, actuator oscillates
around a mean value.
possible cause(s)
Remedies
•
Too much slipstick of stuffing
box of control valve or actuator
•
Batches (play) in the positioner •
-- actuator – control valve
system
•
•
•
•
Actuator too fast
•
•
•
SIPART PS 2 does not
“drive” control valve up to
the stop (at 20 mA).
•
•
Supply pressure too low.
Load of the feeding controller
or system output is too low.
•
•
•
Reduce slipstick or increase
dead zone of SIPART PS 2
(dEbA parameter) until
oscillation stops.
Part--turn actuator:
Check if set screw of the
coupling wheel is inserted
firmly
Linear actuator:
Check if lever is connected
firmly to positioning shaft.
Eliminate any other play
between actuator and control
valve.
Increase actuating times via
reactor screws.
If fast actuating time is
required, increase dead zone
(dEBA parameter) until
oscillation stops.
Increase supply pressure
Interconnect load converter
Select 3/4 transmitter
operation
Table 8
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Fault indication
(symptoms)
•
•
possible cause(s)
Zero point misadjusts
sporadically (> 3 %).
Stress caused by knocks or
shocks result in acceleration
values that are so high that the
friction clutch is misadjusted
(e.g. with “steam pulses” in
steam lines)
•
•
Eliminate causes of shock
stress.
Re-initialize positioner.
•
Electrical power supply
insufficient
•
Check electrical power supply.
•
In the event of continuous high
vibration stress (vibrations):
•
Screws on the electrical
connecting terminals can
loosen.
Electrical connecting terminals
and/or electronic components
can loosen due to vibrations.
•
Tighten screws and secure
them with locking varnish.
Repair (see chapter 5,
page 145)
For prevention purposes:
Fit SIPART PS 2 on shock
mounts.
•
Complete device function
failure: also no indication in
the display
Remedies
•
•
•
Table 9
4.6
Meaning of the other display text
Remarks on the tables:
nn
/
stands for variable numerical values
Error symbol
(slash): the text segments to the left and right of theslash flash alternately
CPU
START
P nnn.n
x
P------
x
Lower
line
Upper
line
Messages before the installation phase (initial start-up):
x
x
NOINI
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Measure
Message after applying the electrical
power supply
Potentiometer voltage when
positioner is not initialized (P manual
mode) (actual position value in % of
measuring range)
S
Wait
S
Check with the “+” and “--” buttons
whether the entire actuator travel can
be moved along and that “P------” is
never displayed
Perform initialization
Switch transmission ratio selector to
90 degrees for part-turn actuators
Adjust effective lever length for linear
actuators to measuring range
Measuring range exceeded,
potentiometer is in the inactive zone,
switch transmission ratio selector or
effective lever arm have not been
adapted to the actuator travel
x
Positioner is not initialized
S
S
S
S
Start initialization
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P---RUN 1
Lower
line
Upper
line
Messages during the installation phase:
x
x
RUN 2
x
RUN 3
x
RUN 4
x
RUN 5
x
x
YEND1
Meaning/cause
Measure
See above
Initialization has been started, part 1
is active
(direction of action is being
determined)
Initialization, part 2 is active
(actuator travel check and
determination of the end stops)
Initialization, part 3 is active
(determination and display of the
actuating times)
Initialization, part 4 is active
(determination of the minimum
actuator increment length)
Initialization, part 5 is active
(optimization of the transient
response)
See above
S Wait
only for manual initialization
first end position can be approached
S
S
Wait
S
Wait
S
Wait
S
Wait until “FINSH” is displayed
(initialization completed successfully)
Press the operating mode button
briefly to acknowledge and exit the
configuration level by pressing it
continuously
Approach first end position with the
“+” or “--” button
Press operating mode button to
acknowledge
Approach second end position with
the “+” or “--” button
Press operating mode button to
acknowledge
Press the “+” and “--” buttons to
approach another end position and
acknowledge with the operating
mode button,
or
adjust the friction clutch until “ok” is
displayed and acknowledge with the
operating mode button
or
cancel the initialization by pressing
the operating mode button, switch to
P manual mode and correct the
actuator travel and the position
displacement sensor
Acknowledge with the operating
mode button, the remaining steps
(“RUN1” to “FINSH”) run
automatically
Make sure there is sufficient
compressed air
Open reactor(s)
Restart initialization
Use friction clutch to set between
“P 4.0” and “P 9.9” ( >0< )
Continue with the “+” or “--” button
With linear actuators, press the “+”
and ”--” buttons to move the lever at
right angles to the spindle
Press operating mode button briefly
to acknowledge (initialization is
continued)
S
S
YEND2
x
RANGE
only for manual initialization
second end position can be
approached
S
only for manual initialization
End position or measuring span are
outside the permitted measuring
range
S
S
S
S
ok
x
RUN 1/
ERROR
x
d___U
SEt
MIDDL
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x
x
only for manual initialization
permitted measuring range of the
end positions has been reached
S
Error in RUN 1
no movement e.g. due to insufficient
compressed air
S
S
S
S
Bar graph display of the zero point
Zero point is outside the tolerance
S
range
Friction clutch has been misadjusted; S
no “P 50.0” display if the lever is in
horizontal position
S
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Upper
line
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x
UP >
Meaning/cause
Measure
“UP” tolerance range exceeded or
inactive zone of the potentiometer
passed
S
S
S
S
Increase effective lever length for
linear actuators or switch
transmission ratio selector to
90 degrees
Press operating mode button briefly
to acknowledge
Restart initialization
Use the “+” and “--” buttons to move it
to the range between 90 and 95%
Press operating mode button briefly
to acknowledge
Reduce effective lever length for
linear actuators or switch
transmission ratio selector to
33 degrees
Press operating mode button briefly
to acknowledge
Restart initialization
Wait, or
press the “--” button to interrupt the
initialization process to change the
actuating time, or
activate the leakage test with the “+”
button
Wait, or
press the “--” button to interrupt the
initialization process to change the
actuating time, or
activate the leakage test with the “+”
button
Actuating time can be changed by
adjusting the reactor(s)
press the “--” button to repeat the
determination of the actuating speed
continue with the “+” button
Wait one minute
continue with the “+” button
S
Eliminate if leakage value is too great
S
S
continue with the “+” button
Press the operating mode button
briefly to acknowledge and exit the
configuration level by pressing it
continuously
S
x
90_95
x
U--d>
Only possible for part-turn actuators:
Actuator travel is not within the range
of 90 to 95%
“Up-Down” measuring span fallen
short of
S
S
S
S
S
U nn.n
x
Display of actuating time “Up”
x
D-->U
S
S
S
S
d nn.n
x
Display of the actuating time “Down”
x
U-->d
S
S
S
x
NOZZL
TESt
x
x
LEAKG
nn.n
x
x
_oMIN
nn.n
x
FINSH
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Actuator stationary (initialization was
interrupted with the “--” button during
the indication of the actuating speed)
Leakage test active (“+“ button was
pressed during the indication of the
actuating speed)
Value and unit of the result after the
leakage test
Initialization was completed
successfully, possibly along with the
indication of the actuator travel or
angle
S
S
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4.nn.nn
x
VER
Error
SLnn
x
P manual
mode
Manua
l mode
Automatic
Lower
line
Upper
line
Messages on exiting configuration mode:
Meaning/cause
Measure
Software version
S
Wait
Monotony violation of the
free characteristic curve at
vertice n
S
Correct value
Meaning/cause
Measure
Message after applying the
electrical power supply
S
Wait
Hardware error
S
Replace electronics
Positioner is not initialized
S
Start initialization
Press operating mode
button to switch to
automatic mode
Adjust friction clutch in
such a way that the
indication of the actual
value remains between
0.0 and 100.0 on
moving the actuator or
switch over the
transmission ratio
selector or
set to the factory setting
(preset) and initialize
x
x
CPU
x
x
NOINI
x
x
P manual
mode
x
x
x
AUTnn
x
x
Actual position [in %] with
initialized positioner. Flashing
decimal point indicates communication with a class 2
master
Automatic mode
(nn = setpoint)
x
Manual mode (nn = setpoint)
S
x
Display range was exceeded.
Possible causes:
S friction clutch or
S transmission ratio selector
were misadjusted or
S positioner was fitted on
another actuator without
re-initialization.
S
x
MANnn
oFL / 127.9
Manua
l mode
x
START
HW /
ERROR
nnn.n
Automatic
Lower
line
Upper
line
Messages during operation:
x
S
S
EXSTP
x
x
Actuator was stopped via
binary input
EX UP
x
x
Actuator is moved to the
upper stop via binary input
EXDWN
x
x
Actuator is moved to the
lower stop via binary input
Partial stroke test was
activated e.g. via binary input
cyclic partial stroke test
EXTPSt
InPSt
HTCNF
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x
x
x
x
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4.7
Optimizing the controller data
The data for the control quality that was automatically determined
during initialization is optimized for short compensation with low
overshooting. In special cases (e.g. extremely small and therefore
particularly fast actuators or for operation with boosters), you might
want to modify this data specifically for faster compensation or a
greater damping effect. The following six parameters are available for
this purpose:
13 Pulse length up
14 Pulse length
down
This is for defining the smallest pulse lengths with which the actuator is
to move for each actuating direction. The optimal value mainly depends
on the volume of the actuator.
Small values result in small actuating increments and frequent activation of the actuator. Bear in mind that if the values are too small, there
will be no movement. Large values are advantageous for large actuator
volumes. Also bear in mind that large actuating increments for small
actuators also result in large movements.
17 Short step zone up
18 Short step zone down
The short step zone is the range of the control deviation between the
fast step zone and the dead band in which the actuator is activated by
pulses.
In the case of small control deviations, small values already cause
relatively high actuating speeds and can therefore result in overshooting. Large values in particular reduce overshooting in the case of
large changes in the nominal value and result in slow actuating speeds
near the compensated status.
34 Prediction up
35 Prediction down
This parameter has the same effect as a damping factor and is used to
set the control dynamics.
Small values cause fast compensation with overshooting. Large values
cause slow compensation without overshooting.
We recommend that you perform an automatic initialization first and only then adapt the
parameter determined by the positioner to your own special requirements.
TIP: To have a fixed reference value, it is helpful if you specify a fixed value for the dead zone
(DEBA parameter) instead of “Auto” for the optimization of your particular controller.
You select the parameters above from the diagnosis menu in the accustomed manner and
activate the joint adjustment by pressing the increment or decrement button for 5 seconds.
If you now adjust the relevant parameter, the new value is activated immediately. You can test
the effects of the new values on the controller results immediately.
When you quit the diagnosis menu, the parameter adjustment option is deactivated again.
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Service and Maintenance
5
The positioner is largely maintenance-free. The positioners are fitted
with filters in the pneumatic connections as protection against coarse
particles of dirt. If the pneumatic energy supply contains particles of
dirt, the filters may clog and impair the function of the positioner. In this
case the filters can be cleaned as follows.
Positioner in metal housing and explosion proof version
1. Switch off the pneumatic power supply and remove the pipes.
2. Remove the metal filters carefully from the holes and clean
(e.g. with compressed air).
3. Insert the filters.
4. Re-connect the pipes and supply pneumatic energy.
Positioner in plastic housing
Removal
1. Switch off the pneumatic power supply and remove the pipes.
2. Unscrew the cover
3. Remove the three screws from the pneumatic connector strip.
4. Remove the filters and O-rings behind the connector strip.
5. Clean the filters (e.g. with compressed air).
Installation
6. First insert the filters in the recesses in the plastic housing and then
place the O-rings on the filters.
7. Align the pneumatic connector strip on the two lugs and screw tight
with the three self--tapping screws.
Important:
Make sure that the same thread is used. To do this turn the screws
counterclockwise until they snap into the thread audibly. Only then
should you tighten the screws.
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8. Replace the cover and screw it tight.
9. Re-connect the pipes and supply pneumatic energy.
!
Repair/Upgrade
DANGER
Electrostatic charging must be prevented in hazardous areas. These
could be caused by example when cleaning the positioner in plastic
housing with a dry cloth.
Faulty equipment should be sent to the repair department with details
of the fault and its origin. When ordering replacement equipment,
please specify the serial number of the original equipment. You will find
the serial number on the name plate.
Address of the responsible repair location, your contact, lists of spare
parts etc. can all be found on the Internet, under:
www.siemens.com/automation/services&support or
www.automation.siemens.com/partner
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Technical Data
6
General data for basic device 6DR50xx
6DR51xx
6DR52xx
6DR53xx
(see following pages)
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■ Technical specifications
SIPART PS2 (all versions)
General data
Travel range (linear actuators)
3 ... 130 mm (0.12 ... 5.12 inch)
(angle of feedback shaft 16 ... 90°)
Angle of rotation
(part-turn actuators)
30 ... 100°
Installation
• On linear actuators
Using attachment set
6DR4004-8V and where necessary
with an additional lever arm
6DR4004-8L on actuators according to IEC 534-6 (NAMUR) with
ribs, bars or flat face
• On part-turn actuators
Using attachment set
6DR4004-8D on actuators with
mounting plane according to
VDI/VDE 3845 and DIN 3337:
The required mounting console
has to be provided on the actuator
side; shaft with groove and female
thread M6
• Bumping (half-sine)
to DIN EN 60068-2-29/03.95
150 m/s² (492 ft/s²), 6 ms,
1000 shocks/axis
• Noise (digitally controlled)
to DIN EN 60068-2-64/08.95
10 ... 200 Hz; 1 (m/s²)²/Hz
(3.28 (ft/s²)²/Hz)
200 ... 500 Hz; 0.3 (m/s²)²/Hz
(0.98 (ft/s²)²/Hz)
4 hours/axis
• Recommended continuous duty
range of the complete fitting
≤ 30 m/s² (≤ 98.4 ft/s²) without resonance sharpness
Weight, basic device
• Plastic casing
• Metal casing, aluminium
• Metal casing, stainless steel
• Metal casing EEx d version
Approx. 0.9 kg (0.90 kg)
Approx. 1.3 kg (1.30 kg)
Approx. 3.9 kg (3.90 kg)
Approx. 5.2 kg (11.46 lb)
Dimensions
See Dimensional drawings
Climate class 4
To DIN EN 60721-3-4
• Storage2)
1K5, but -40 ... +80 °C
(1K5, but -40 ... +176 °F)
• Transport2)
2K4, but -40 ... +80 °C
(2K4, but -40 ... +176 °F)
• Operation3)
4K3, but -30 ... +80 °C
(4K3, but -22 ... +176 °F)
Controller
• Five-point switch
Self-adjusting
• Dead zone
- dEbA = Auto
- dEbA = 0.1 ... 10%
Self-adjusting or can be set as
fixed value
Self-adjusting or can be set as
fixed value
Certificate and approvals
Classification according to pressure equipment
directive (DRGL 97/23/EC)
For gases of fluid group 1, complies with requirements of article 3,
paragraph 3 (sound engineering
practice SEP)
Pneumatic data
Power supply (inlet air)
A/D converter
• Pressure
1.4 ... 7 bar (20.3 ... 101.5 psi):
Sufficiently greater than max. drive
pressure (actuating pressure)
• Scan time
10 ms
• Resolution
≤ 0.05%
• Transmission error
≤ 0.2%
Air quality to ISO 8573-1
• Temperature effect
≤ 0.1%/10 K (≤ 0.1%/18 °F)
• Solid particle size and density
Class 2
• Pressure dew point
Class 2 (min. 20 K (36 °F) below
ambient temperature)
Class 2
Cycle time
• 20 mA/HART device
20 ms
• PA device
60 ms
• Oil content
60 ms (min. loop time)
Unthrottled flow
• FF device
Binary input BE1 (terminals 9/10; Suitable only for floating contact;
electrically connected to the basic max. contact load < 5 mA with 3 V
device)
1)
Degree of protection
IP66 to EN 60 529/NEMA 4x
Mounting position
Any; pneumatic connections and
exhaust opening not facing up in
wet environment
CE marking
Conformity as regards EMC Directive 89/336 EC in accordance with
the following standards
EMC requirements
EN 61326/A1 Appendix A.1 and
NAMUR NE21 August 98
Material
• Housing
- 6DR5..0-... (plastic)
Glass-fiber-reinforced Macrolon
- 6DR5..1-... (metal)
GD AISi12
- 6DR5..2-... (stainless steel)
Austenitic stainless steel mat.
No. 1.4581
- 6DR5..5-... (metal, pressureproof)
GK AISi12
• Pressure gauge block
148
4.1 Nm³/h (18.1 USgpm)
7.1 Nm³/h (31.3 USgpm)
9.8 Nm³/h (43.1 USgpm)
• Outlet air valve
(ventilate actuator)4)
- 2 bar (29 psi)
- 4 bar (58 psi)
- 6 bar (87 psi)
8.2 Nm³/h (36.1 USgpm)
13.7 Nm³/h (60.3 USgpm)
19.2 Nm³/h (84.5 USgpm)
Valve leakage
< 6⋅10-4 Nm³/h (0.0026 USgpm)
Throttle ratio
Adjustable up to ∞ : 1
Power consumption in the
controlled state
< 3.6⋅10-2 Nm³/h (0.158 USgpm)
Types of actuators
• In plastic casing
• In aluminium casing
• In flameproof casing
• In stainless steel casing
Single-action and double-action
Single-action
Single-action and double-action
Single-action and double-action
1)
Impact energy max. 1 Joule for plastic/aluminium casing.
During commissioning at ≤ 0 °C (≤ 32 °F) make sure that the valves are
flushed long enough with the dry medium.
3) At ≤ -10 °C (14 °F) the display refresh rate of the LCD is limited. Only T4 is
permissible when using Iy module.
4)
With EEx d version (6DR5..5-...) the values are reduced by approx. 20%
2)
Aluminium AIMgSi, anodized
Vibration resistance
• Harmonic oscillations
(sine-wave) according to
DIN EN 60062-2-6/05.96
• Inlet air valve
(ventilate actuator)4)
- 2 bar (29 psi)
- 4 bar (58 psi)
- 6 bar (87 psi)
3.5 mm (0.14 inch), 2 ... 27 Hz
3 cycles/axis
98.1 m/s² (321.84 ft/s²),
27 ... 300 Hz, 3 cycles/axis
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SIPART PS2
Basic device
without Ex protection
Basic device
with EEx-d protection
(flameproof casing)
Basic device
Basic device
with EEx ia/ib protection with EEx n protection
Explosion protection to
EN 50014, EN 50020 and EN 50021
Without
EEx d
II 2 G EEx d II C T6
EEx ia/ib
II 2 G EEx ia/ib II C T6
EEx n
II 3 G EEx nA L [L] II C T6
Zone 1
Zone 2
Mounting location
Zone 1
-30 ... +80 °C
Permissible ambient temperature for
(-22 ... +176 °F)
operation
At ≤ -10 °C (+14 °F) the display refresh
rate of the LCD is limited.
(for basic devices with EEX ia/ib and
EEx n protection the following applies:
Only T4 is permissible when using Iy
module.)
T4: -30 ... +80 °C (-22 ... +176 °F)
T5: -30 ... +65 °C (-22 ... +149 °F)
T6: -30 ... +50 °C (-22 ... +122 °F)
Electrical data
Input
2-wire connection (terminals 6/8)
Rated signal range
4 ... 20 mA
4 ... 20 mA
4 ... 20 mA
4 ... 20 mA
Current to maintain the power supply
≥ 3.6 mA
≥ 3.6 mA
≥ 3.6 mA
≥ 3.6 mA
- Typical
6.36 V (corresponds to
318 Ω)
6.36 V (corresponds to
318 Ω)
7.8 V (corresponds to
390 Ω)
7.8 V (corresponds to
390 Ω)
- Max.
6.48 V (corresponds to
324 Ω)
6.48 V (corresponds to
324 Ω)
8.3 V (corresponds to
415 Ω)
8.3 V (corresponds to
415 Ω)
- Typical
7.9 V (corresponds to
395 Ω)
–
–
–
- Max.
8.4 V (corresponds to
420 Ω)
–
–
–
- Typical
6.6 V (corresponds to
330 Ω)
6.6 V (corresponds to
330 Ω)
–
–
- Max.
6.72 V (corresponds to
336 Ω)
6.72 V (corresponds to
336 Ω)
–
–
- Typical
–
8.4 V (corresponds to
420 Ω)
8.4 V (corresponds to
420 Ω)
8.4 V (corresponds to
420 Ω)
- Max.
–
8.8 V (corresponds to
440 Ω)
8.8 V (corresponds to
440 Ω)
8.8 V (corresponds to
440 Ω)
–
–
Required load voltage
UB (corresponds to Ω at 20 mA)
• Without HART (6DR50..)
• Without HART (6DR53..)
• With HART (6DR51..)
• With HART (6DR52..)
• Static destruction limit
± 40 mA
Internal capacitance Ci
• Without HART
–
–
≤ 22 nF
–
• With HART
–
–
≤ 7 nF
–
Internal inductance Li
• Without HART
–
–
≤ 0.12 mH
–
• With HART
–
–
≤ 0.24 mH
–
For connection to power circuits with
–
–
intrinsically safe
Uo ≤ 30 V DC
Ik ≤ 100 mA
P≤1W
Ui ≤ 30 V DC
Ii ≤ 100 mA
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Basic device
without Ex protection
Basic device
with EEx-d protection
(flameproof casing)
Basic device
Basic device
with EEx ia/ib protection with EEx n protection
3-/4-wire device (terminals 2/4
and 6/8) (6DR52.. and 6DR53..)
• Power supply UH
18 ... 35 V DC
18 ... 35 V DC
18 ... 30 V DC
• Current consumption IH
(UH - 7.5 V)/2.4 kΩ [mA]
(UH - 7.5 V)/2.4 kΩ [mA]
(UH - 7.5 V)/2.4 kΩ [mA]
18 ... 30 V DC
(UH - 7.5 V)/2.4 kΩ [mA]
• Internal capacitance Ci
–
–
≤ 22 nF
–
• Internal inductance Li
–
–
≤ 0.12 mH
–
• For connection to power circuits with –
–
intrinsically safe
Uo ≤ 30 V DC
Ik ≤ 100 mA
P≤1W
Ui ≤ 30 V DC
Ii ≤ 100 mA
Current input IW
Rated signal range
0/4 ... 20 mA
0/4 ... 20 mA
0/4 ... 20 mA
0/4 ... 20 mA
Load voltage at 20 mA
≤ 0.2 V (corresponds to
10 Ω)
≤ 0.2 V (corresponds to
10 Ω)
≤ 1 V (corresponds to
50 Ω)
≤ 1 V (corresponds to
50 Ω)
Internal capacitance Ci
–
–
≤ 22 nF
–
Internal inductance (Li)
–
–
≤ 0.12 mH
–
For connection to power circuits with
–
–
intrinsically safe
Uo ≤ 30 V DC
Ik ≤ 100 mA
P≤1W
Ui ≤ 30 V DC
Ii ≤ 100 mA
Electrical isolation
between UH and IW
between UH and IW
between UH and IW
(2 intrinsically safe circuits)
between UH and IW
Test voltage
840 V DC (1 s)
840 V DC (1 s)
840 V DC (1 s)
840 V DC (1 s)
• Electric
Screw terminals 2.5
AWG28-12
Cable gland M20 x 1.5 or
½-14 NPT
Screw terminals 2.5
AWG28-12
EEx d certified cable
gland M20 x 1.5,
½-14 NPT or M25 x 1.5
Screw terminals 2.5
AWG28-12
Cable gland M20 x 1.5 or
½-14 NPT
Screw terminals 2.5
AWG28-12
Cable gland M20 x 1.5 or
½-14 NPT
• Pneumatic
Female thread G¼
DIN 45141 or ¼-18 NPT
Female thread G¼
DIN 45141 or ¼-18 NPT
Female thread G¼
DIN 45141 or ¼-18 NPT
Female thread G¼
DIN 45141 or ¼-18 NPT
Connections
External position sensor (potentiometer or NCS; as option)
• Uo
–
–
<5V
<5V
• Io
–
–
< 75 mA
< 75 mA
• Is
–
–
<160 mA
<160 mA
• Po
–
–
<120 mW
<120 mW
Maximum permissible external capaci- –
tance Co
–
< 1 µF
< 1 µF
Maximum permissible external inductance Lo
–
< 1 mH
< 1 mH
150
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Option modules
Without Ex protection
(EEx d also)
With Ex protection EEx ia/ib
With Ex protection EEx n
Ex protection to EN 50014, EN 50020 and
EN 50021
–
II 2G EEx ia/ib II C T4/T5/T6
II 3G EEx nA L [L] II C T6
Mounting location
–
Zone 1
Zone 2
T4: -30 ... +80 °C (-22 ... +176 °F)1)
Permissible ambient temperature for opera- -30 ... +80 °C (-22 ... +176 °F)
tion
(For devices with Ex protection: Only in conjunction with the basic device 6DR5... -.E....
Only T4 is permissible when using Iy module)
Alarm module
T5: -30 ... +65 °C (-22 ... +149 °F)1)
T6: -30 ... +50 °C (-22 ... +122 °F)1)
6DR4004-8A (without Ex protec- 6DR4004-6A (with Ex protection) 6DR4004-6A (with Ex protection)
tion)
Binary alarm outputs A1, A2 and alarm output
Signal status High (not responded)
Signal status Low* (responded)
(* Low is also the status when the basic
device is faulty or has not electric power supply)
Active, R = 1 kΩ, +3/-1%*
Disabled, IR < 60 µA
≥ 2.1 mA
≤ 1.2 mA
≥ 2.1 mA
≤ 1.2 mA
(* When used in the flameproof (Switching threshold with sup(Switching threshold with supcasing the current consumption ply to EN 60947-5-6: UH = 8.2 V, ply to EN 60947-5-6: UH = 8.2 V,
Ri = 1kΩ)
is limited to 10 mA per output.) Ri = 1kΩ)
Internal capacitance Ci
–
≤ 5.2 nF
Internal inductance Li
–
Negligible
–
Power supply UH
≤ 35 V
–
–
Connection to power circuits with
–
intrinsically safe switching
amplifier EN 60947-5-6
Uo ≤ 15.5 V DC
Ik ≤ 25 mA, P ≤ 64 mW
Ui ≤ 15.5 V DC
• Electrically connected to the basic device
- Signal status 0
- Signal status 1
- Contact load
Floating contact, open
Floating contact, closed
3 V, 5 µA
Floating contact, open
Floating contact, closed
3 V, 5 µA
Floating contact, open
Floating contact, closed
3 V, 5 µA
• Electrically isolated from the basic device
- Signal status 0
- Signal status 1
- Natural resistance
≤ 4.5 V or open
≥ 13 V
≥ 25 kΩ
≤ 4.5 V or open
≥ 13 V
≥ 25 kΩ
≤ 4.5 V or open
≥ 13 V
≥ 25 kΩ
Static destruction limit
± 35 V
–
–
Internal inductance and capacitance
–
Negligible
–
Connection to power circuits
–
Intrinsically safe Ui ≤ 25.2 V
Ui ≤ 25.2 V DC
Electrical isolation
The 3 outputs, the input BE2 and the basic device are electrically isolated from each other
–
Binary input BE2
Test voltage
840 V DC, 1 s
SIA module (not for EEx d version)
6DR4004-8G (without Ex protec- 6DR4004-6G (with Ex protection)
tion)
840 V DC, 1 s
Limit transmitter with slot-type initiators and
alarm output
2-wire connection
II 2 G EEx ia/ib IIC T6
840 V DC, 1 s
6DR4004-6G (with Ex protection)
Ex protection
Without
Connection
2-wire system to EN 60947-5-6 (NAMUR), for switching amplifier to be connected on load side
II 3 G EEx nA L [L] IIC T6
2 slot-type initiators
Type SJ2-SN
Type SJ2-SN
Type SJ2-SN
Function
NC (normally closed)
NC (normally closed)
NC (normally closed)
Connection to power circuits with
nominal voltage 8 V
Current consumption:
≥ 3 mA (limit value not
responded)
≤ 1 mA (limit value
responded)
Intrinsically safe switching
amplifier EN 60947-5-6
Ui ≤ 15.5 V DC
Ii ≤ 25 mA, Pi ≤ 64 mW
Ui ≤ 15.5 V DC
Pi ≤ 64 mW
Internal capacitance
–
≤ 41 nF
–
Internal inductance
–
≤ 100 mH
–
Electrical isolation
The 3 outputs are electrically isolated from the basic device
Test voltage
840 V DC, 1 s
840 V DC, 1 s
840 V DC, 1 s
Alarm output
See Alarm module
See Alarm module
See Alarm module
1)
Only in conjunction with the basic device 6DR5...-E..... With Iy module only T4 permitted.
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Accessory modules
Without Ex protection
(EEx d also)
With Ex protection EEx ia/ib
With Ex protection EEx n
Limit value contact module
6DR4004-8K
6DR4004-6K
6DR4004-6K
Ex protection
without
II 2 G EEx ia/ib IIC T6
II 3 G EEx nA L [L] IIC T6
Max. switching current AC/DC
4A
Connection to intrinsically safe
power circuits:
Uo ≤ 30 V
Ik ≤ 100 mA,
Pi ≤ 750 mW
Connection to intrinsically safe
power circuits:
Uo ≤ 30 V
Ik ≤ 100 mA,
Pi ≤ 750 mW
Limit transmitter with mechanical ground
contact and alarm output
Max. switching voltage AC/DC
250 V / 24 V
30 V DC
30 V DC
Internal capacitance Ci
–
Negligible
–
Internal inductance Li
–
Negligible
–
Electrical isolation
The 3 outputs are electrically isolated from the basic device
Test voltage
3150 V DC, 2s
3150 V DC, 2 s
3150 V DC, 2 s
Alarm module
See Alarm module
See Alarm module
See Alarm module
Iy module
6DR4004-8J (without Ex protection)
6DR4004-6J (with Ex protection)
6DR4004-6J (with Ex protection)
DC output for position feedback
2-wire connection
2-wire connection
2-wire connection
Nominal signal range i
4 ... 20 mA, short-circuit-proof
4 ... 20 mA, short-circuit-proof
4 ... 20 mA, short-circuit-proof
Total operating range
3.6 ... 20.5 mA
3.6 ... 20.5 mA
3.6 ... 20.5 mA
Power supply UH
+12 ... +35 V
+12 ... +30 V
+12 ... +30 V
External load RB [kW]
≤ (UH [V] - 12 V) /i [mA]
≤ (UH [V] - 12 V) /i [mA]
≤ (UH [V] - 12 V) /i [mA]
Transmission error
≤ 0.3%
≤ 0.3%
≤ 0.3%
Temperature effect
≤ 0.1%/10 K (≤ 0.1%/18 °F)
≤ 0.1%/10 K (≤ 0.1%/18 °F)
≤ 0.1%/10 K (≤ 0.1%/18 °F)
Resolution
≤ 0.1%
≤ 0.1%
≤ 0.1%
Residual ripple
≤ 1%
≤ 1%
≤ 1%
Internal capacitance Ci
–
≤ 11 nF
–
Internal inductance Li
–
Negligible
–
Intrinsically safe: Ui ≤ 30 V DC
Ii ≤ 100 mA; Pi ≤ 1 W (only T4)
Ui ≤ 30 V DC
Ii ≤ 100 mA; Pi ≤ 1 W (only T4)
For connection to power circuits with
Electrical isolation
Electrically isolated from the
basic device
Electrically isolated from the
basic device
Electrically isolated from the
basic device
Test voltage
840 V DC, 1 s
840 V DC, 1 s
840 V DC, 1 s
NCS sensor
(not for EEx d version)
Position range
• Linear actuator
3 ... 130 mm (0.12 ... 5.12 inch), 3 ... 130 mm (0.12 ... 5.12 inch), 3 ... 130 mm (0.12 ... 5.12 inch),
to 200 mm (7.87 inch) on request to 200 mm (7.87 inch) on request to 200 mm (7.87 inch) on request
• Part-turn actuator
30° ... 100°
Linearity (after correction by SIPART PS2)
• Linear actuator
± 1%
• Part-turn actuator
± 1%
30° ... 100°
30° ... 100°
± 1%
± 1%
± 1%
± 1%
Hysteresis
± 0.2%
± 0.2%
± 0.2%
Continuous working temperature
-40 ... +85 °C (-40 ... +185 °F),
extended temperature range on
request
-40 ... +85 °C (-40 ... +185 °F),
extended temperature range on
request
-40 ... +85 °C (-40 ... +185 °F),
extended temperature range on
request
Degree of protection of casing
IP68/NEMA 4X
IP68/NEMA 4X
IP68/NEMA 4X
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7
The positioner and its options modules are delivered as separate units
and in different versions. Positioners and options modules for operation
in hazardous areas and non-hazardous areas are available. These versions are identified respectively by a special rating plate.
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In the combination of components it must be ensured that only positioners and options modules are combined which are approved for the
respective area of application. This applies especially for safe
operation of the positioner in areas in which the atmosphere is potentially explosive (zone 1 and 2). The instrument categories (2 and 3) of
the instrument itself and those of its options must be observed.
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7.1
Scope of delivery of standard controller
Versions
Housing
Valve
Ex-protection
Order numbers
SIPART PS2
2L without
HART
Plastic housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5010-xNxxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
double action
non Ex
6DR5020-xNxxx-0AA0
Metal housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5011-xNxxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5010-xExxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
double action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5020-xExxx-0AA0
Metal housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5011-xExxx-0AA0
Explosion proof housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5015-xExxx-0AA0
Explosion proof housing
double action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5025-xExxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5110-xNxxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
double action
non Ex
6DR5120-xNxxx-0AA0
Metal housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5111-xNxxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5210-xExxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
double action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5220-xExxx-0AA0
Metal housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5211-xExxx-0AA0
Explosion proof housing
single action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5215-xExxx-0AA0
Explosion proof housing
double action
CENELEC/FM
6DR5225-xExxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5310-xNxxx-0AA0
Plastic housing
double action
non Ex
6DR5320-xNxxx-0AA0
Metal housing
single action
non Ex
6DR5311-xNxxx-0AA0
SIPART PS2
2L without
HART
SIPART PS2
2L with HART
SIPART PS2
4L with HART
SIPART PS2
4L without
t out
HART
2L corresponds to two-wire operation
4L corresponds to four-wire-operation
--x stands for sub-variant
7.2
Scope of delivery of options
Option
Order number
Iy- module without protection against explosion
Iy- module with protection against explosion PTB
Iy- module with protection against explosion FM2)
6DR4004-8J
1)
6DR4004-6J
6DR4004-7J
Alarm unit without protection against explosion
Alarm unit with protection against explosion
Alarm unit with protection against explosion
6DR4004-8A
PTB 1)
FM 2)
6DR4004-6A
6DR4004-7A
SIA-module without protection against explosion
SIA-module with protection against explosion CENELEC and
6DR4004-8G
FM 1)2)
6DR4004-6G
Limit-contact module without protection against explosion
6DR4004-8K
Limit-switch module with protection against explosion CENELEC and
FM 1)2)3)
6DR4004-6K
1)
2)
EC-type examination certificate
Approval Reports from Factory Mutual System
3) In preparation
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Scope of delivery of accessories
Accessories
Order number
Mounting kit set linear actuators IEC 534 -- 6
including lever arm for 3 to 35 mm way
6DR4004-8V
Additional lever for > 35 to 130 mm way
6DR4004-8L
Mounting kit part-turn actuators VDI/VDE 3845
6DR4004-8D
Solenoid valve block for SAMSON actuator (integrated mounting)
6DR4004-1C
Manometer block single acting
6DR4004-1M
Manometer block double acting
6DR4004-2M
Solenoid valve block single acting (NAMUR)
6DR4004-1B
Mounting set for SAMSON actuator (integrated mounting)
6DR4004-8S
NCS-Sensor
6DR4004-_ N_ _ 0
6DR4004-8N
6DR4004-6N
6DR4004-_NN
6DR4004-_N_10
6DR4004-_N_20
not explosion protected
explosion-protected
cable length 6 m
for part-turn actuators
for linear actuators up to 14 mm
EMC filter module
C73451-A430-D23
External position detection system
C73451-A430-D78
Operating software SIMATIC PDM
on request
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7.4
List of Spare Parts
Spare parts list: SIPART PS2 positioner
Description
Order No.
for version
Cover (plastic enclosure) with
screws (4 pcs) and seal
C73451-A430-D82
6DR4___
6DR5___
Cover (metal enclosure) with screws C73451-A430-D83
(4 pcs) and seal
6DR4___
6DR5___
Motherboard, two-wire without
HART, without explosion protection
A5E00082459
6DR50__--_N
6DR40__--_N *)
Motherboard, two-wire without
HART, with explosion protection
A5E00082457
6DR50__--_E
Motherboard, two-wire HART, without explosion protection
A5E00082458
6DR51__--_N
6DR40__--_N *)
Motherboard, two-,three-,four-wire
HART, with explosion protection
A5E00082456
6DR52__
Motherboard Two-,three-,four-wire
without HART, without expl. protect.
A5E00102018
6DR53__--_N
6DR40__--_N *)
Motherboard PROFIBUS PA,
without explosion protection
A5E00141523
6DR55__--_N..
6DR41__--_N
Motherboard PROFIBUS PA,
with explosion protection
A5E00141550
6DR55__--_E
6DR41__--_E
Motherboard FIELDBUS Foundation, without explosion proof
A5E00215467
6DR56__
Motherboard FIELDBUS Foundation, with explosion protection
A5E00215466
6DR56__
Pneumatic block (Valve single acting C73451-A430-D80
incl. seals and screws)
6DR4___
6DR5___
Pneumatic block (Valve double acting incl. seals and screws)
C73451-A430-D81
6DR4___
6DR5___
Potentiometer (complete)
C73451-A430-D84
6DR4___
6DR5___
*) 6DR40.. can be used after having clarified whether application with two-wire or three-wire/four-wire
input
Note: For accesories and option modules see Catalog FI 01 “Field
Instruments for Process Automation”
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Index
A
Accessories, 39
Actuating ranges, 130
Alarm function, 106
Alarm module, 32, 61, 66, 70
Application
positioner in a wet environment, 44
under great accelerations and vibrations, 46
Assembly, 43
Screw--type gland with plastic hose, 46
Assembly procedure, 50, 53
linear actuator, 51
part--turn actuator, 54, 55
Automatic, Changing the operating mode, 94
B
Base plate, 58
Block diagram, Mode of operation, 25
C
Catalogs, 159
Commissioning, 72
Configuration, changing the operating mode,
93
Controller data, Optimization, 143
Current output, Electrical Connection, 61, 66,
69
D
Delivery, 10
Design name plate, 17
Diagnosis, 122
Display, 122
Online, 131
Diagnosis values, Meaning of ~, 123
Diagnostic display, Changing the operating
mode, 94
Digital input, electrical connection, 61, 66, 70
Digital output, electrical connection, 61, 66, 70
Dimensional drawings, 41
Display, 89
Display text, Meaning, 139
Documentation, 9
double--acting, 13, 14
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Electrical connection, 18, 57
EMV--filter module, 38
F
Filters, Cleaning the ~, 145
Firmware version, 91
Four--wire connection, 60, 64, 69
G
General information, 5
H
HART module, 26
Housing, 11
I
Initialization, 100
Automatic ~, Structogram, 83
automatic ~, 72, 74, 79, 82
changing the operating mode, 93
copying ~, 72
manual ~, 72, 76, 81
Initialization data, Copying the ~, 87
Input keys, 89
Installation positions, favorable and
unfavorable, 45, 47
Instrument identification, 41
Iy module, 31, 61, 66, 69
L
Lever arm transmission, 99
Linear actuator, 13, 14
automatic initialization, 74
manual initialization, 76
preparation, 73
Literature, 159
M
Maintenance, 145
157
Index
Manometer block, 39
Manual mode
Changing the operating mode, 94
P manual mode, 93
Mechanical limit switch module, 35, 62
EEx i, 67
Mechnical limit switch module, 67
not EEx, 62
Method of operation, 15, 23
Mounting kit
linear actuator, 49
part--turn actuator, 52
O
Operating mode
AUT, 94
MAN, 94
Operating Modes, 92
Operating modes, Change ~, 92
Operation, 89
Options, 12, 27
P
Parameter table, SIPART PS2, 96
Parameters, 95
Part--turn actuator, 13, 14, 56, 57
Automatic initialization, 79
manual initialization, 81
preparation, 79
PDM (Process Device Manager), 87
Personnel, Qualification, 7
Pneumatic connection, 19, 71
Positioner exchange, 72, 87
Positioning, 21
Purge air switching, 22
Q
Qualified Personnel, 7
158
R
Restrictors, 22
S
Scope of Delivery, 153
Series circuit, of two positioners, 65
Service, 145
Setpoint, 130
Setpoint characteristic, 102
SIA module, 33, 62, 67, 70
Electrical Connection, 62, 67, 70
single--acting, 13, 14
Split range, 65, 100
Electrical Connection, 65
Standard controller, 63, 68
Standards, 10
Structograms of automatic initialization, 82
T
Technical data, 147
Three--wire connection, 60, 64, 69
Two--wire connection, 59, 60, 63, 68
Type key, 41
U
Use as intended, 9
V
Versions, 11
Vibrations, 46
View of the instrument, 17
W
Warranty, 9
wet environment, 44
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Appendix
9
Appendix
9.1
Literature and catalogs
Nr.
Title
/1/
Industrial Communication for Au- Siemens AG
tomation and Devices
Catalog IK PI · 2005
E86060--K6710--A101--B4--7600
/2/
Field Instruments for Process
Automation
Catalog FI 01 · 2007
Siemens AG
E86060--K6201--A101--A8--7600
/3/
SIMATIC PCS 7 Process Control Siemens AG
System
Catalog ST PCS 7 · 2005
E86060--K4678--A111--A9--7600
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