YTMX580 Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter

User’s
Manual
YTMX580
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
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Yokogawa Electric Corporation
4th Edition
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YTMX580
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
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Contents
1.
2.
Introduction................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1
Safe Use of This Product ................................................................................. 1-3
1.2
Radio Wave......................................................................................................... 1-4
1.3
Warranty.............................................................................................................. 1-4
1.4
ATEX Documentation........................................................................................ 1-6
Notes on Handling..................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
Check the Model Name and configuration...................................................... 2-1
2.2
Transport............................................................................................................. 2-1
2.3
Storage................................................................................................................ 2-2
2.4
Choosing the Installation Location . ............................................................... 2-2
2.5
Use of a Transceiver.......................................................................................... 2-3
2.6
Installation of an Explosion-Protected Instrument........................................ 2-3
2.6.1
FM Approval........................................................................................ 2-4
2.6.2
CSA Certification................................................................................. 2-5
2.6.3
ATEX Certification............................................................................... 2-6
2.6.4
IECEx Certification.............................................................................. 2-8
2.6.5
TIIS intrinsically safe approval............................................................ 2-9
2.7
EMC Conformity Standards............................................................................ 2-11
2.8
Safety Standard................................................................................................ 2-11
2.9
Regulatory Compliance for Radio and Telecommunication....................... 2-11
2.10
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE)
. ......................................................................................................................... 2-12
2.11
FCC compliance............................................................................................... 2-12
2.12
Industry Canada (IC) compliance................................................................... 2-12
2.13
EMC and Radiocommunications regulatory arrangement in Australia and New
Zealand (RCM).................................................................................................. 2-13
2.14
Regarding the Specifications at the Time of Order...................................... 2-13
2.15
Configuration Tools for Transmitter.............................................................. 2-14
3.
Part Names and Functions....................................................................... 3-1
4.
Installation.................................................................................................. 4-1
4.1
Precautions ....................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2
Procedure for Mounting Transmitter............................................................... 4-1
4.3
Mouting Procedure of Remote Antenna.......................................................... 4-2
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5.
6.
7.
Wiring.......................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1
Notes on Wiring.................................................................................................. 5-1
5.2
Cable Selection.................................................................................................. 5-1
5.3
Cable and Terminal Connections..................................................................... 5-1
5.5
Wiring and Waterproofing of Remote Antenna.............................................. 5-2
5.6
Grounding........................................................................................................... 5-4
Operation.................................................................................................... 6-1
6.1
Preparation for Starting Operation.................................................................. 6-1
6.2
Zero-gain Adjustment........................................................................................ 6-2
6.3
Starting Operation............................................................................................. 6-2
6.4
Connecting to the Field Wireless Network...................................................... 6-2
6.5
Shutting Down the Transmitter........................................................................ 6-4
6.6
Restarting........................................................................................................... 6-4
Setting Parameters.................................................................................... 7-1
7.1
Environment for parameter setting.................................................................. 7-1
7.2
Preparing Software............................................................................................ 7-1
7.3
7.4
7.2.1
Softwares for the Field Wireless Configuration Tool and the Device
Configuration Tool............................................................................... 7-1
7.2.2
Software Download............................................................................. 7-1
Setting Parameters............................................................................................ 7-2
7.3.1
Parameter Usage and Selection......................................................... 7-2
7.3.2
Function Block and Menu Tree........................................................... 7-3
7.3.3
Parameters for Wireless Communication........................................... 7-7
7.3.4
Tag and Device Information................................................................ 7-7
7.3.5
Unit...................................................................................................... 7-8
7.3.6
Measurement Range.......................................................................... 7-8
7.3.7
Input Sensor........................................................................................ 7-8
7.3.8
Assignment to AI Object...................................................................... 7-9
7.3.9
Write Protect..................................................................................... 7-10
7.3.10
Input Calibration................................................................................ 7-10
7.3.11
Switching to the Deep Sleep Mode................................................... 7-11
7.3.12
Switching to the Silence Mode.......................................................... 7-11
Self-Diagnostics............................................................................................... 7-12
7.4.1
Identify Problems by Using the Device Configuration Tool............... 7-12
7.4.2
Checking Using the Status Display LED.......................................... 7-14
Correct use of the ALM (red) LED display......................................................... 7-14
8.
Maintenance............................................................................................... 8-1
8.1
General................................................................................................................ 8-1
8.2
Calibration Instruments Selection................................................................... 8-1
8.3
Calibration Procedure....................................................................................... 8-2
8.4
Battery................................................................................................................. 8-3
8.4.1
Replacing the Battery Pack................................................................ 8-3
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8.4.2
Replacing the Batteries....................................................................... 8-4
8.4.3
Handling Batteries............................................................................... 8-4
8.5
Replacing the Front Door Gasket..................................................................... 8-5
8.6
Troubleshooting................................................................................................. 8-6
8.6.1
Basic Troubleshooting Flow................................................................ 8-6
8.6.2
Example of Troubleshooting Flow...................................................... 8-6
8.6.3
Alarms and Countermeasures............................................................ 8-8
9.
Parameter Summary................................................................................. 9-1
10.
General Specifications........................................................................... 10-1
10.1
General Specification...................................................................................... 10-1
10.2
Model and Suffix Codes.................................................................................. 10-7
10.3
Optional Specification..................................................................................... 10-7
10.4
Optional Specifications (For Explosion Protected type)............................. 10-7
10.5
Standard Accessories..................................................................................... 10-8
10.6
Optional Accessories...................................................................................... 10-8
10.7
Dimensions.....................................................................................................10-10
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1.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the YTMX580 Multi-Input
Temperature Transmitter.
Your Transmitter was precisely calibrated at the
factory before shipment. To ensure both safety and
efficiency, please read this manual carefully before
you operate the transmitter.
This manual describes the installation, wiring, and
parameter setting of the YTMX580 Multi-Input
Temperature Transmitter.

1-1
<1. Introduction>
Regarding This Manual
• This manual should be provided to the end
user.
• The contents of this manual are subject to
change without prior notice.
• All rights reserved. No part of this manual may
be reproduced in any form without Yokogawa’s
written permission.
• Yokogawa makes no warranty of any kind with
regard to this manual, including, but not limited
to, implied warranty of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose.
• If any question arises or errors are found, or if
any information is missing from this manual,
please inform the nearest Yokogawa sales
office.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury or physical damage. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
IMPORTANT
Indicates that operating the hardware or software
in this manner may damage it or lead to system
failure.
NOTE
Draws attention to information essential for
understanding the operation and features.
• The specifications covered by this manual are
limited to those for the standard type under the
specified model number break-down and do not
cover custom-made transmitter.
• Please note that changes in the specifications,
construction, or component parts of the
transmitter may not immediately be reflected
in this manual at the time of change, provided
that postponement of revisions will not cause
difficulty to the user from a functional or
performance standpoint.
• Yokogawa assumes no responsibilities for this
product except as stated in the warranty.
• If the customer or any third party is harmed by
the use of this product, Yokogawa assumes
no responsibility for any such harm owing to
any defects in the product which were not
predictable, or for any indirect damages.
• The following safety symbols are used in this
manual:
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<1. Introduction>
Protection of Environment

Control of Pollution Caused by the Product
This is an explanation for the product based on “Control of pollution caused by Electronic Information Products”
in the People’s Republic of China.
产品中有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量
部件名称
有毒有害物质或元素
铅(Pb)
汞(Hg)
镉(Cd)
六价铬
(Cr6+)
多溴联苯
(PBB)
多溴二苯醚
(PBDB)
印刷电路
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


内部接线材料
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


外壳
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


天线
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


电池
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


电池盒
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


标准附件/可选附件
安装支架
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


天线电缆
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


衬垫
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


分流电阻
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


盲塞
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


 :表示该部件的所有均质材料中的有毒有害物质或元素的含量均低于SJ/T11363-2006 标准所规定的限量要求。
N/A :表示该部件中至少有一种均质材料中的有毒有害物质或元素的含量超过SJ/T11363-2006 标准所规定的限量要求。
该标识适用于2006 年2 月28 日颁布的《电子信息产品污染控制管理办法》以及SJ/T11364–2006
《电子信息产品污染控制标识要求》中所述,在中华人民共和国(除台湾、香港和澳门外)销售的电子信息产品的环保
使用期限。
只要您遵守该产品相关的安全及使用注意事项,在自制造日起算的年限内,则不会因产品中有害物质泄漏或突发变异,
而造成对环境的污染或对人体及财产产生恶劣影响

Proper Disposal of This Product
This is an explanation of how to dispose of this
product based on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE), Directive 2002/96/EC. This
directive is only valid in the EU.
• Marking
This product complies with the WEEE Directive
(2002/96/EC) marking requirement.
• Product Category
With reference to the equipment types in
the WEEE directive Annex 1, this product
is classified as a “Monitoring and Control
instrumentation” product.
Do not dispose in domestic household waste.
To return unwanted products, contact your local
Yokogawa Europe B. V. office.
The affixed product label (see below) indicates
that you must not discard this electrical/
electronic product in domestic household
waste.
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1.1 Safe Use of This Product
The following safety symbols are used on the
product and in this manual.
“Handle with care.” To avoid injury and damage to the instrument,
the operator must refer to the explanation in the manual.
Functional ground terminal
(do not use this terminal as a protective ground terminal.)
Direct current
For the safety of the operator and to protect the
transmitter and the system, please be sure to follow
this manual’s safety instructions when handling this
transmitter. If these instructions are not heeded,
the protection provided by this transmitter may be
impaired. In this case, Yokogawa cannot guarantee
that the transmitter can be safely operated. Please
pay special attention to the following points:
(a) Installation
• This transmitter may only be installed by an
engineer or technician who has an expert
knowledge of this device. Operators are not
allowed to carry out installation unless they
meet this condition.
• With high process temperatures, care must
be taken not to burn yourself by touching the
transmitter or its casing.
• All installation shall comply with local installation
requirements and the local electrical code.
(b) Wiring
• The transmitter must be installed by an
engineer or technician who has an expert
knowledge of this transmitter. Operators are not
permitted to carry out wiring unless they meet
this condition.
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<1. Introduction>
(d) Explosion Protected Type Instrument
• Users of explosion proof instruments should
refer first to section 2.6 (Installation of an
Explosion Protected Instrument) of this manual.
• The use of this instrument is restricted to those
who have received appropriate training in the
device.
• Take care not to create sparks when accessing
the instrument or peripheral devices in a
hazardous location.
• Repair or modification to this instrument by
customer will cause malfunction of explosion
protect function and hazardous situation. If you
need to repair or modification, please contact
the nearest Yokogawa office.
(e) Modification
• Yokogawa will not be liable for malfunctions or
damage resulting from any modification made
to this transmitter by the customer.
CAUTION
This instrument is a Class A product. Operation
of this instrument in a residential area may cause
radio interference, in which case the user is
required to take appropriate measures to correct
the interference.
이 기기는 업무용(A급) 전자파적합기기로서
판매자 또는 사용자는 이 점을 주의하시기
바라며, 가정외의 지역에서 사용하는 것을
목적으로 합니다.
(c) Maintenance
• Please carry out only the maintenance
procedures described in this manual. If you
require further assistance, please contact the
nearest Yokogawa office.
• Care should be taken to prevent the build up of
dust or other materials on the display glass and
the name plate. To clean these surfaces, use a
soft, dry cloth.
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1.2 Radio Wave
IMPORTANT
•
This transmitter is equipped with a wireless
module which is designated as a Japanese
Radio Law as a wireless facility for 2.4 GHz
band low-power data communication system
of the Radio Act.
Refer to 2.9 “Regulatory Compliance for
Radio and Telecommunication” for detail.
•
Due to the designated Japanese Radio Law
, users may be subject to legal punishment in
case of:
- Disassembling or modifying the wireless
module or antenna in this transmitter
- Peeling off the certification label attached
to the wireless module in this transmitter
•
Preventing interference with other wireless
stations
The operating frequency bandwidth of this
transmitter may overlap the same range
as industrial devices, scientific devices,
medical devices, microwave ovens, licensed
premises radio stations and non-licensed
specified low-power radio stations for mobile
object identification systems used in factory
production lines.
Before using this transmitter, ensure that
neither a premises radio station nor specified
low power radio station for mobile object
identification systems is in use nearby.
If this transmitter causes radio wave
interference to a wireless station for mobile
object identification systems, promptly
change the frequency being used or turn
off the source of radio wave emissions.
Then, contact a Yokogawa office regarding
countermeasures to prevent interference,
such as setting up partitions.
<1. Introduction>
1-4
1.3 Warranty
• The warranty shall cover the period noted on
the quotation presented to the purchaser at the
time of purchase. Problems occurring during
the warranty period shall basically be repaired
free of charge.
• If any problems are experienced with this
transmitter, the customer should contact the
Yokogawa representative from which this
transmitter was purchased or the nearest
Yokogawa office.
• If a problem arises with this transmitter,
please inform us of the nature of the problem
and the circumstances under which it
developed, including the model specification
and serial number. Any diagrams, data and
other information you can include in your
communication will also be helpful.
• The party responsible for the cost of fixing the
problem shall be determined by Yokogawa
following an investigation conducted by
Yokogawa.

The purchaser shall bear the responsibility
for repair costs, even during the warranty
period, if the malfunction is due to:
- Improper and/or inadequate maintenance by
the purchaser.
- Malfunction or damage due to a failure
to handle, use, or store the transmitter in
accordance with the design specifications.
- Use of the product in question in a location
not conforming to the standards specified by
Yokogawa, or due to improper maintenance
of the installation location.
- Failure or damage due to modification or
repair by any party except Yokogawa or an
approved representative of Yokogawa.
- Malfunction or damage from improper
relocation of the product in question after
delivery.
- Reason of force majeure such as fires,
earthquakes, storms/floods, thunder/
lightening, or other natural disasters, or
disturbances, riots, warfare, or radioactive
contamination.
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<1. Introduction>
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Trademarks
• YTMX are registered trademarks of Yokogawa
Electric Corporation.
• All the brand names or product names of
Yokogawa Electric used in this document are
either trademarks or registered trademarks of
Yokogawa Electric Corporation.
• Company and product names used in
this manual are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective holders.
• The company and product names used in this
manual are not accompanied by the trademark
or registered trademark symbols (“ ™ “ and “ ® “).
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<1. Introduction>
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1.4 ATEX Documentation
This is only applicable to the countries in European Union.
GB
DK
SK
CZ
I
LT
E
LV
NL
EST
PL
SF
SLO
P
H
F
BG
D
RO
S
M
GR
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2.
2-1
<2. Notes on Handling>
Notes on Handling
This transmitter is fully factory-tested upon
shipment. When the transmitter is delivered, check
the appearance for damage, and also check that
the transmitter mounting parts shown in Figure 2.1
are included with your shipment. If “No Mounting
Bracket” is indicated, no transmitter mounting
bracket is included. When specify the remote
antenna, check the remote antenna. And when
order the antenna cable as optional accessory,
check the remote antenna mounting parts shown in
Figure 2.2 are included with your shipment.
This section describes precautions that must
be observed when using the transmitter. Please
first read this section carefully. As for precautions
that are not described in this section, refer to the
relevant sections.
2-inch pipe
Antenna
U Bolt
Nut
Bracket
Washer
Nut
Antenna
Extension Cable
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2-inch pipe
mounting bracket
Figure 2.2
Remote antenna and Mounting
Hardware
Washer
Bracket
fastening bolt
2.1 Check the Model Name and
configuration
The model name and configuration are indicated
on the nameplate. Verify that the configuration
indicated in the “Model and Suffix Codes” in section
10.2 is in compliance with the specifications written
on the order sheet.
2-inch pipe mounting bracket
Wall mounting
bracket
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Figure 2.3
Washer
Example of Name Plate
2.2 Transport
To prevent damage while in transit, leave the
transmitter in the original shipping container until it
reaches the installation site.
Wall mounting
bracket
Washer
Bracket
fastening bolt
Wall mounting bracket
Figure 2.1
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Transmitter Mounting Hardware
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2.3 Storage
When an extended storage period is expected,
observe the following precautions.
1. Choose a storage location that satisfies the
following requirements.
• A location that is not exposed to rain or water.
• A location subject to a minimum of vibration or
impact.
• The following temperature and humidity range
is recommended. Ordinary temperature and
humidity (25°C, 65%) are preferable.
Temperature:
–40 to 85°C
Humidity:
0 to 100% RH
2. If at all possible, store the transmitter in
factory-shipped condition, that is, in the original
shipping container.
3. Preferably remove the batteries for storage. For
maximum battery life, the storage temperature
should not exceed 30°C
2-2
<2. Notes on Handling>
2.4 Choosing the Installation
Location
Although the temperature transmitter is designed
to operate in a vigorous environment, to
maintain stability and accuracy, the following is
recommended.

Wireless Communication
NOTE
The installation location of this transmitter
and remote antenna must meet the following
conditions:
- Install the transmitter and remote antenna
so that the antenna becomes vertical to the
ground.
- Install the transmitter and remote antenna at
least 1.5 m above the ground or floor.
When storing the transmitter with a battery pack,
it is recommended to put the transmitter in Deep
Sleep mode to conserve the batteries. For details
on how to switch to Deep Sleep mode, refer to
subsection 7.3.11 “Switching to the Deep Sleep
Mode”.
1.5m or more
NOTE
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- Make sure there are no obstacles such
as walls and pipes around the antenna to
ensure visibility.
- Confirm that each field wireless equipment
compliant with ISA100.11a can see the
antenna of other devices which locate within
its own communication range. In the star
topology network, the visibility to the antenna
of gateway is a mandatory clause.
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Ambient Temperature
It is preferable to not to expose the transmitter to
extreme temperatures or temperature fluctuations.
If the transmitter is exposed to radiation heat
a thermal protection system and appropriate
ventilation is recommended.
Environmental Requirements
Do not allow the transmitter to be installed in a
location that is exposed to corrosive atmospheric
conditions. When using the transmitter in a
corrosive environment, ensure the location is well
ventilated.
The unit and its wiring should be protected from
exposure to rainwater.
 Impact and Vibration
It is recommended that the transmitter be installed
in a location that is subject to a minimum amount of
impact and vibration.
 Installation of Explosion-protected
Transmitters
An explosion-protected transmitters is certified for
installation in a hazardous area containing specific
gas types. See subsection 2.6 “ Installation of an
Explosion-Protected Instrument ”.
2.5 Use of a Transceiver
IMPORTANT
Although the transmitter has been designed to
resist high frequency electrical noise, if a radio
transceiver is used near the transmitter or its
external wiring, the transmitter may be affected
by high frequency noise pickup. To test this, start
out from a distance of several meters and slowly
approach the transmitter with the transceiver
while observing the measurement loop for noise
effects. Thereafter use the transceiver outside
the range where the noise effects were first
observed.
<2. Notes on Handling>
2-3
2.6 Installation of an ExplosionProtected Instrument
If a customer makes a repair or modification to an
intrinsically safe instrument and the instrument is
not restored to its original condition, its intrinsically
safe construction may be compromised and the
instrument may be hazardous to operate. Please
contact Yokogawa before making any repair or
modification to an instrument.
WARNING
• In the case where the enclosure of the
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter is
made of aluminium, if it is mounted in a
Zone 0 area or an area where the use of
EPL Ga equipment is required, it must be
installed such, that, even in the event of rare
incidents, ignition sources due to impact and
friction sparks are excluded.
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the
generation of electrostatic charge, such as
rubbing with a dry cloth on coating face of
the product.
• To satisfy IP66 or IP67, apply waterproof
glands to the electrical connection port.
• The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than an authorized
Representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation is prohibited and will void the
certification.
• When replacing the Battery Pack, be sure
to minimize the risk of explosion from
electrostatic discharge.
Avoid any actions that cause the generation
of electrostatic charge, such as rubbing with
a dry cloth on face of the Battery Pack and
product.
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CAUTION
• This instrument has been tested and certified
as being intrinsically safe. Please note that
severe restrictions apply to this instrument’s
construction, installation, external wiring,
Maintenance and repair. A failure to abide by
these restrictions could make the instrument
a hazard to operate.
• Be careful to make sure that an intrinsically
safe apparatus, intrinsically safe devices,
and wiring to connect them are arranged so
that current and voltage are not induced by
electromagnetic or electrostatic induction
in the intrinsically safe circuit in order to
prevent impairment of the intrinsically safe
and explosion-proof performance of the
intrinsically safe circuit.
2.6.1 FM Approval
Caution for FM intrinsically safe type.(Following
contents refer to “DOC. No. IFM041-A20”)
Note 1. Model YTMX580 Multi-Input temperature
transmitters with optional code /FS17 are
applicable for use in hazardous locations.
• Applicable Standard: Class 3600,
Class 3610, Class 3611, Class 3810,
NEMA 250
• Intrinsically Safe for Class I, Division 1,
Groups A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 1,
Groups E, F & G and Class III, Division1,
Class I, Zone 0 in Hazardous Locations,
AEx ia IIC
• Nonincendive for Class I, Division 2,
Groups A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 2,
Groups F & G and Class III, Division 1,
Class I, Zone 2,
Group IIC, in Hazardous Locations.
• Enclosure: NEMA Type 4X (Indoors and
outdoors)
• Temperature Class: T4
• Ambient temperature: –50 to 70°C
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<2. Notes on Handling>
Note 3. Installation
• Installation should be in accordance with
ANSI/ISA RP12.6 “Installation of Intrinsically
Safe Systems for Hazardous (Classified)
Locations” and the National Electric Code
(ANSI/NFPA 70).
• Dust-tight conduit seal must be used when
installed in a Class II, III, Group E, F and G
environments.
• Note a warning label worded
“SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS
MAY IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY.
INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH
DOC.NO.IFM041-A20. POTENTIAL
ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING HAZARDSECURE DISTANCE OF 100MM FROM
ANTENNA FOR INTEGRAL ANTENNA
MODEL. USE ONLY BATTERY PACK
YOKOGAWA F9915MA OR F9915NS.
DO NOT OPEN WHEN CL II, III, DIV 1, 2
ATMOSPHERE IS PRESENT.”
Note 4. Maintenance and Repair
• The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than authorized
representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation is prohibited and will void
Factory Mutual Intrinsically safe and
Nonincendive Approval.
WARNING
THE POWER MODULE MAY BE REPLACED IN
A HAZARDOUS AREA.
THE POWER MODULE HAS SURFACE
RESISTIVITY GREATER THAN 1G OHM
AND MUST BE PROPERLY INSTALLED IN
THE ENCLOSURE OF THE TEMPERATURE
TRANSMITTER. CARE MUST BE TAKEN
DURING TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM
THE POINT OF INSTALLATION TO PREVENT
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE BUILD-UP.
Note 2. Output Parameters
• Sensor Circuit ( Input Terminal 1-1 to Input
Terminal 8-4 )
Voc, Uo = 5.88 V
Isc, Io = 130.1 mA
Po = 191.2 mW
Ca, Co = 1 μF
La, Lo = 1 mH
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2.6.2 CSA Certification
Hazardous Location
...
.....
Input Terminal 1
Caution for CSA intrinsically safe type.
...
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Input Terminal 8
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(a) Integral Antenna Model
Antenna*
.....
Input Terminal 1
Input Terminal 8
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
...
Antenna Connector
...
Arrester*
1
2
3
4
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(b) Remote Antenna Model
* Simple Apparatus
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Note 5. Battery Pack
Use only YOKOGAWA battery pack
F9915MA, F9915NS.
WARNING
・ Be sure to use the specified battery pack and
batteries. For details, refer to section 8.4.3
“Handling Batteries.”
・ With an intrinsically safe transmitter, the
battery pack is replaceable in a hazardous
area. During the replacement work, make
sure that dust and water droplets do not
enter inside the transmitter. For details on
how to replace the battery pack, refer to
section 8.4.1 “Replacing the Battery Pack.”
Note 1. Model YTMX580 Multi-Input temperature
transmitters with optional code /CS17 are
applicable for use in hazardous locations.
Certificate: 2495456
• Applicable Standard: C22.2 No.0,
C22.2 No.0.4, C22.2 No.25, C22.2 No.94,
C22.2 No.157, C22.2 No.213, C22.2
No.61010-1, CAN/CSA E60079-0, CAN/CSA
E60079-11, IEC 60529 Edition 2.1: 2001
• Intrinsically Safe for Class I, Division 1,
Groups A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 1,
Groups E, F & G, Class III, Division 1
• Non-incendive for Class I, Division 2,
Groups A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 2,
Groups F & G, Class III, Division 1
• Enclosure: Type 4X, IP66/IP67
• Temperature Code: T4
• Ambient. Temperature: –50 to 70°C
• Ex ia IIC T4
Note 2. Entity Parameters
• Intrinsically Safe Apparatus Parameters
[Groups A, B, C, D, E, F and G]
Uo = 5.88 V, Io = 130.1 mA,
Po = 191.2 mW, Co = 1 μF,
Lo = 1 mH
Note 3. Installation
• Installation should be in accordance with
Canadian Electrical Code Part I and Local
Electrical Code.
• Do not alter drawing without authorization
from CSA.
• The instrument modification or parts
replacement by other than authorized
representative of Yokogawa Electric
Corporation of America is prohibited and will
void Canadian Standards Intrinsically safe
and nonincendive Certification.
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2.6.3 ATEX Certification
Hazardous Location
...
.....
(1) Technical Data
Caution for ATEX Intrinsically safe type.
...
1
2
3
4
Input Terminal 1
1
2
3
4
Input Terminal 8
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(a) Integral Antenna Model
Antenna*
.....
Input Terminal 1
Input Terminal 8
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
...
Antenna Connector
...
Arrester*
1
2
3
4
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(b) Remote Antenna Model
* Simple Apparatus
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Note 4. Battery Pack
Use only YOKOGAWA battery pack
F9915MA, F9915NS.
Note 1. Model YTMX580 Multi-Input temperature
transmitters with optional code /KS27 for
potentially explosive atmospheres:
• No. DEKRA 12ATEX0068 X
• Applicable Standard:
EN60079-0:2009, EN60079-11:2007,
EN60079-11:2012, EN60079-26:2007
• Type of Protection and Marking code:
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
• Group: II
• Category: 1 G
• Ambient Temperature: –50°C to 70°C
• Enclosure: IP66/IP67
Note 2. Output Parameters
• Sensor input circuit (Input Terminal 1-1 to
Input Terminal 8-4)
Uo = 5.88 V
Io = 130.1 mA
Po = 191.2 mW
Co = 1 μF
Lo = 1 mH
Note 3. Installation
• Installation should be in accordance with
local installation requirements. (Refer to the
control drawing.)
WARNING
・ Be sure to use the specified battery pack and
batteries. For details, refer to section 8.4.3
“Handling Batteries.”
・ With an intrinsically safe transmitter, the
battery pack is replaceable in a hazardous
area. During the replacement work, make
sure that dust and water droplets do not
enter inside the transmitter. For details on
how to replace the battery pack, refer to
section 8.4.1 “Replacing the Battery Pack.”
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1
2
3
4
...
.....
Input Terminal 1
...
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
Input Terminal 8
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(a) Integral Antenna Model
Antenna*
.....
Input Terminal 1
Input Terminal 8
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
...
Antenna Connector
...
Arrester*
1
2
3
4
Note 5. Special conditions for Safe Use
• In the case where the enclosure of the
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter is made
of aluminium, if it is mounted in an area
where the use of category 1 G apparatus
is required, it must be installed such, that,
even in the event of rare incidents, ignition
sources due to impact and friction sparks are
excluded.
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the
generation of electrostatic charge, such as
rubbing with a dry cloth on coating face of the
product.
WARNING
Potential electrostatic charging hazard - secure
distance of 100mm from antenna.
(2) Operation
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(b) Remote Antenna Model
* Simple Apparatus
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Note 4. Battery Pack
• Use only YOKOGAWA battery pack
F9915MA, F9915NS.
WARNING
・ Be sure to use the specified battery pack and
batteries. For details, refer to section 8.4.3
“Handling Batteries.”
・ With an intrinsically safe transmitter, the
battery pack is replaceable in a hazardous
area. During the replacement work, make
sure that dust and water droplets do not
enter inside the transmitter. For details on
how to replace the battery pack, refer to
section 8.4.1 “Replacing the Battery Pack.”
WARNING
Take care not to generate mechanical sparking
when access to the instrument and peripheral
devices in a hazardous location.
(3) Maintenance and repair
WARNING
The instrument modification or parts replacement
by other than an authorized Representative of
Yokogawa Electric Corporation is prohibited and
will void the certification.
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(4) Name Plate
2-8
• Name Plate for intrinsically safe type
1
2
3
4
...
.....
Input Terminal 1
...
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
Input Terminal 8
Sensor
*1:
“180-8750” is a zip code which represents the following
address.
2-9-32 Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo Japan
2.6.4 IECEx Certification
Caution for IECEx Intrinsically safe type.
Note 1. Model YTMX580 Multi-Input temperature
transmitters with optional code /SS27 for
potentially explosive atmospheres:
• No. IECEx DEK 12.0013X
• Applicable Standard:
IEC 60079-0: 2011, IEC 60079-11: 2011,
IEC 60079-26: 2006
• Type of Protection and Marking code:
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
• Ambient Temperature: –50°C to 70°C
• Enclosure: IP66/IP67
(a) Integral Antenna Model
Arrester*
Antenna*
Antenna Connector
Input Terminal 1
Input Terminal 8
Hazardous Location
1
2
3
4
...
MODEL: Specified model code.
SUFFIX: Specified suffix code.
STYLE: Style code.
SUPPLY: Supply voltage.
NO.: Serial number.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: Date of
manufacture.
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN: The manufacturer
name and the address *1.
...
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
.....
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1
2
3
4
Sensor
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
(b) Remote Antenna Model
* Simple Apparatus
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Note 4. Maintenance and Repair
WARNING
The instrument modification or parts replacement
by other than an authorized Representative of
Yokogawa Electric Corporation is prohibited and
will void IECEx Intrinsically safe Certification.
Note 2. Output Parameters
• Sensor input circuit (Input Terminal 1-1 to
Input Terminal 8-4)
Uo = 5.88 V
Io = 130.1 mA
Po = 191.2 mW
Co = 1 μF
Lo = 1 mH
Note 3. Installation
• Installation should be in accordance with
local installation requirements.
(Refer to the control drawing.)
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Note 5. Battery Pack
• Use only YOKOGAWA battery pack
F9915MA, F9915NS.
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Name Plate for intrinsically safe type
WARNING
・ Be sure to use the specified battery pack and
batteries. For details, refer to section 8.4.3
“Handling Batteries.”
・ With an intrinsically safe transmitter, the
battery pack is replaceable in a hazardous
area. During the replacement work, make
sure that dust and water droplets do not
enter inside the transmitter. For details on
how to replace the battery pack, refer to
section 8.4.1 “Replacing the Battery Pack.”
Note 6. Special conditions for Safe Use
• Because the enclosure of the Multi-Input
Temperature Transmitter is made of
aluminium, if it is mounted in an area where
the use of apparatus of equipment protection
level Ga is required, it must be installed such,
that, even in the event of rare incidents,
ignition sources due to impact and friction
sparks are excluded.
• Electrostatic charge may cause an explosion
hazard. Avoid any actions that cause the
generation of electrostatic charge, such as
rubbing with a dry cloth on coating face of the
product.
WARNING
•
•
Potential electrostatic charging hazard secure distance of 100mm from antenna.
Take care not to generate mechanical
sparking when access to the instrument and
peripheral devices in a hazardous location.
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MODEL: Specified model code.
SUFFIX: Specified suffix code.
STYLE: Style code.
SUPPLY: Supply voltage.
NO.: Serial number.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: Date of
manufacture.
TOKYO 180-8750 JAPAN: The manufacturer
name and the address *1.
*1:
“180-8750” is a zip code which represents the following
address.
2-9-32 Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo Japan
2.6.5 TIIS intrinsically safe approval
The remote antenna model (antenna suffix code B)
is not applicable.
CAUTION
TIIS intrinsically safe explosion-proof
transmitters are those that have passed the
type examination based on the recommended
practices for explosion-protected electrical
installations in general industries (technical
guidelines that conform to international
standards; 2008) and are designed to be used in
explosive gas or dangerous atmosphere in which
steam is generated. (They can be installed in
Zone 0, Zone 1, and Zone 2.)
Intrinsically safe explosion-protected
apparatuses require special care in their
installation, wiring, piping, and the like to secure
safety. Moreover, restrictions are placed on
maintenance and repairing for safety reasons.
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Note:
<2. Notes on Handling>
Hazardous areas are classified in
zones based upon the frequency of
the appearance and the duration of an
explosive gas atmosphere as follows:
Zone 0: An area in which an explosive
gas atmosphere is present
continuously or is present for long
periods.
Zone 1: An area in which an explosive gas
atmosphere is likely to occur in
normal operation.
Zone 2: An area in which an explosive gas
atmosphere is not likely to occur
in normal operation and if it does
occur it will exist for a short period
only.
Intrinsically safe explosion-proof transmitters can
be installed and used in a hazardous area in the
following manner.
Hazardous Location
Sensor input circuit
Input Terminal 1
•
•
•
•
•
1
2
3
4
•
•
•
Input Terminal 8
•
•
•
1
2
3
4
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
Sensor
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Figure 2.4
Use example for TIIS intrinsically safe
explosion-proof transmitter
CAUTION
Make sure that current and voltage that
can undermine the circuit’s intrinsically safe
features are not induced in intrinsically safe
apparatuses, associated apparatuses, and the
wires that connect these apparatuses as a result
of electromagnetic induction or electrostatic
induction.
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• Sensor connection
The sensors that are connected to the multiinput temperature transmitters must meet the
following conditions.
(1) Intrinsically safe rating
Allowable voltage in intrinsically safe circuit :
5.88V or more
Allowable current in intrinsically safe circuit :
130.1mA or more
Allowable power in intrinsically safe circuit :
191.3mW or more
(2) Protection level and group
Protection level : ia, ib
Group : IIA, IIB, IIC
(3) Internal inductance and internal
capacitance vs. inductance (Lc) and
capacitance (Cc) of wiring external to the
intrinsically safe circuit
Internal inductance : less than (1mH - Lc) or
less
Internal capacitance : less than (1μF - Cc) or
less
• Be sure to use the specified battery pack (with
Rev.1 indication) and batteries. For details, refer
to section 8.4.3,“Handling Batteries.”
• The battery pack in an intrinsically safe
explosion-proof transmitter can be replaced in
a hazardous area. While replacing the battery
pack, make sure that dust and water droplets
do not enter inside the transmitter. For details
on how to replace the battery pack, refer to
section 8.4.1 “Replacing the Battery Pack.”
• For the intrinsically safe explosion proof
specifications, refer to section 10.1, “General
Specification”.
WARNING
When replacing the Battery Pack, be sure to
minimize the risk of explosion from electrostatic
discharge. To prevent electrostatic discharge
caused by static charge built up on the operator,
ground the operator through conductive shoes
and floors and by wearing anti-static work
clothes to prevent charge build-up.
Avoid any actions that cause the generation of
electrostatic charge, such as rubbing with a dry
cloth on face of the Battery Pack and product.
If static electricity cannot be suppressed, check
that the surrounding atmosphere does not
contain explosive gas or steam before replacing
the Battery Pack.
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<2. Notes on Handling>
WARNING
This instrument is designed to measure circuits
that are not directly connected to the mains.
Do not use it for measurements that fall under
Measurement Category II, III, or IV.
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Figure 2.5
Name plate for TIIS intrinsically safe
explosion-proof transmitter
2.7 EMC Conformity Standards
EN61326-1 Class A, Table 2 (For use in
industrial locations), EN61326-2-3, EN 301
489-1, EN 301 489-17
CAUTION
This transmitter is a Class A product, and it is
designed for use in the industrial environment.
Please use this transmitter in the industrial
environment only.
2.8 Safety Standard
Standard:
EN61010-1, EN61010-2-030
CSA C22.2 No.61010-1,
CSA C22.2 No.61010-2-030-12,
UL61010-1, UL61010-2-030 ( CSA NRTL/C )
Indoor/Outdoor use
(1) Pollution Degree 2
"Pollution degree" describes the degree to
which a solid, liquid, or gas which deteriorates
dielectric strength or surface resistivity is
adhering. " 2 " applies to normal indoor
atmosphere. Normally, only non-conductive
pollution occurs. Occasionally, however,
temporary conductivity caused by condensation
must be expected.
(2) Installation Category I
"Overvoltage category (Installation category)"
describes a number which defines a transient
overvoltage condition. It implies the regulation
for impulse withstand voltage. " I " applies to
electrical equipment which is supplied from the
circuit when appropriate transient overvoltage
control means (interfaces) are provided.
Internal Wiring
II
III
T
O
Entrance IV
Cable
Outlet
Measurement
category
Description
Remarks
O
Other circuits that are
not directly connected
to MAINS.
CAT.II
For measurements
performed on circuits
directly connected
to the low-voltage
installation.
Appliances,
portable
equipments,
etc.
CAT.III
For measurements
performed in the
building installation.
Distribution
board,
circuit
breaker, etc.
CAT.IV
For measurements
performed at the
source of the lowvoltage installation.
Overhead
wire, cable
systems,
etc.
2.9 Regulatory Compliance
for Radio and
Telecommunication
WARNING
Be sure to use the remote antennas and cables
specified by local radio and telecommunication
law.
Please confirm that an installation region fulfills
a standards, require additional regulatory
information and approvals, contact to Yokogawa
Electric Corporation.
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2.10 Radio and
Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment
Directive (R&TTE)
2.12 Industry Canada (IC)
compliance
We, Yokogawa Electric Corporation hereby declare
that this equipment, model YTMX580 Multi-Input
temperature transmitters is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
The CE declaration of conformity for R&TTE for this
product can be found at
< http://www.field-wireless.com/ >
2.11 FCC compliance
YTMX580 contains transmitter module FCC ID:
SGJ-WFC001.
Co-located:
This transmitter must not be co-located or
operated in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
FCC CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference
at his own expense.
YTMX580 contains transmitter modeule IC :
8999A-WIC001.
This device complies with Industry Canada licenceexempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio
transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a
type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the
transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential
radio interference to other users, the antenna type
and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more
than that necessary for successful communication.
This radio transmitter IC Number 8999A-WIC001
has been approved by Industry Canada to operate
with the antenna types listed below with the
maximum permissible gain and required antenna
impedance for each antenna type indicated.
Antenna types not included in this list, having a gain
greater than the maximum gain indicated for that
type, are strictly prohibited for use with this device.
Antenna type: Gain:
COLLINEAR 9dBi, 50Ω
2.14dBi, 50Ω
Sleeve
French: Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est
conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR
d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils
radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est
autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1)
l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2)
l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est
susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Conformément à la réglementation d’Industrie
Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner
avec une antenne d’un type et d’un gain maximal
(ou inférieur) approuvé pour l’émetteur par Industrie
Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de
brouillage radioélectrique à l’intention des autres
utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d’antenne et son
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gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée
équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l’intensité
nécessaire à l’établissement d’une communication
satisfaisante.
Le présent émetteur radio IC Number
8999A-WIC001 a été approuvé par Industrie
Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d’antenne
énumérés ci-dessous et ayant un gain admissible
maximal et l’impédance requise pour chaque type
d’antenne. Les types d’antenne non inclus dans
cette liste, ou dont le gain est supérieur au gain
maximal indiqué, sont strictement interdits pour
l’exploitation de l’émetteur.
Antenne type: Gain:
COLLINEAR 9dBi, 50Ω
Sleeve
2.14dBi, 50Ω
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2.13 EMC and
Radiocommunications
regulatory arrangement in
Australia and New Zealand
(RCM)
AS/NZS 4268
AS/NZS 2772.2
EN61326-1 Class A, Table2 (For use in
industrial location)
CAUTION
This transmitter is a Class A product, and it is
designed for use in the industrial environment.
Please use this transmitter in the industrial
environment only.
2.14 Regarding the Specifications
at the Time of Order
Sensor type
CAUTION
The available types of sensors of this product
that comply with explosion-proof standards
are thermocouple, RTD, and resistor. Thus, if
you select the explosion proof suffix code, you
cannot select DC voltage (mV, V) for the sensor
type.
If you need to change it to DC voltage in your
environment, make sure your environment does
not require explosion protection.
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2.15 Configuration Tools for
Transmitter
Table 8.1 shows Yokogawa’s recommended
devices and configuration tools required for
configuring the settings of the transmitter.
Configure the settings for the transmitter using the
these tools via infrared or wireless communication.
The following describes the overview of the main
configuration tools. For relation between each
function block and setting tool,refer to table2.1.
For details on each of the tools, including the
operating procedures, refer to the respective
instruction manual.
Wireless Field Device Configuration Tool
(Wireless and Infrared Communication)
• Device adjustment and configuration software
FieldMate:
For configuring the input settings for the
transmitter and the device settings and
performing a self-diagnosis and other checks
Field Wireless System Configuration Tools
(Wireless Communication)
• Field Wireless Configurator:
For configuring the network (communication)
settings and registering the transmitter with the
gateway
• Field Wireless Management Tool:
For maintenance, including the transmitter
management and program downloading
UAPMO
• Configuration
• Diagnostics/Alerts
• Power Status
• Identification
TRANSDUCER
• Block Info
• Configuration
AI1 ∼ AI8
FieldMate/DTM
• Block Info
• Block Mode
• ynamic Variables
• onfiguration
• thers
UDO
• PP Download
Field Wireless Management Tool
CO
• Configuration
• Others
Field Wireless Configurator
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Table 2.1
Relation between functional block and
setting tool
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<3. Component Names>
3.
Part Names and Functions
Antenna
Infrared port
Status display LED
Battery pack
Electrical connection
Connection terminal
Four bolts to fix the front door
(Reserved)
( M5 Hexagon socket head cap bolts )
Write Protect
* The figure shows the integral antenna
OFF
ON
Write protection switch
Hardware write protection switch (Write Protect)
Write Protection
Switch Position
(Note1)
(Reserved)
Write Protect
OFF
Write Protection
(Reserved)
L
Write Protect
ON
No
(Write enabled)
OFF
ON
Yes (Note2)
(Write disenabled)
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Note 1: Set the switch ( Write Protct ) as shown in the figure above to set the write protection . The hardware write protection switch is set
to OFF side (writable). For details of write protection settings, refer to subsection 7.3.9 “ Write Protect ”.
Note 2: When the switch is ON side (write protection setting), provisioning is acceptable. For details of provisioning, refer to section 6.4 “
Connecting to the Field Wireless Network “
Figure 3.1
Component Names
Table 3.1
Display Description of Status Display LED
Display
RDY (green)
ALM (red)
Status
On
At Startup, Squawk
Blinking
During operation ( measurement period ), waiting to join the network ( at 1Hz ),
Off
Power Off, in Deep Sleep mode, LED Mode set to Off
On
Alarm generated, Squawk
Off
Power Off, in Deep Sleep mode, LED Mode set to Off.
Squawk:
The RDY and ALM LED’s of the transmitter (YTMX580) that responds to the Squawk command
(TRANSDUCER block Special cmd) light for ten seconds. This can be used for such things as identifying the
transmitter.
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4.
Installation
4.1 Precautions
•
•
4-1
<4. Installation>
Before installing the transmitter and remote
ntenna, read the cautionary notes in section
2.4, “Choosing the Installation Location.”
For additional information on the ambient
conditions allowed at the installation location,
refer to chapter 10 “General Specifications.”
NOTE
To connect this transmitter to the Field Wireless
Network, information for connecting to the field
wireless devices needs to be set beforehand.
Refer to section 6.4 “Connecting to the Field
Wireless Network.”
4.2 Procedure for Mounting
Transmitter
•
•
Use the mounting bracket shown in Figure 4.1
to install the transmitter on a 50A (2-inch) pipe
or wall. The pipe mounting bracket can be used
for both a horizontal pipe and a vertical pipe.
To install the mounting bracket on the
transmitter, torque the transmitter fastening
each bolts about 5 to 6 N·m.
IMPORTANT
•
•
When performing on-site pipe fitting work
that involves welding, use care to prevent
outflow of the welding current into the
transmitter.
Do not use the transmitter as a foothold for
installation.
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<4. Installation>
Vertical Pipe Mounting
Horizontal Pipe Mounting
2-inch pipe
mounting bracket
Washer
2-inch Pipe
Mounting Bracket
Wall Mounting
Washer
Bracket
fastening bolt
Wall mounting
bracket
Bracket
fastening bolt
Wall Mounting
Washer
Bracket
fastening bolt
Note: You need to provide bolts for fastening
the wall mounting bracket on the wall.
Recommended 5mm bolt.
(When inch bolt, #10 or #12.) E0401.ai
Figure 4.1
Transmitter Mounting
4.3 Mouting Procedure of
Remote Antenna
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Mounting Remote Antenna to Main Body
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Screw the remote antenna into the connector
on the top of the body. Tighten the antenna
connector with a torque of 2 to 3 N·m.
Confirm and waterproof the connection. For
details of waterproofing, see section 5.5 “
Wiring and Waterproofing of Remote Antenna ”
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Remote antenna
Antenna connector
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Fixing of Remote Antenna
•
Fix the antenna extension cable to the bracket
with the provided nut as shown in the figure 4.2.
Fix to the 2-inch (2B) pipe by using the U bolts
and bracket.
Screw the antenna into the antenna connector of
the antenna extension cable on the bracket.
Tighten the antenna connector with a torque of
2 to 3 N·m.
Waterproof the connection. For details of
waterproofing, see section 5.5 “ Wiring and
Waterproofing of Remote Antenna ”
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2-inch pipe
Antenna
U Bolt
Nut
Washer
Bracket
Washer
Nut
Antenna
Extension Cable
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Example of fixing of remote antenna
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Wiring
5.1 Notes on Wiring
IMPORTANT
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Apply a waterproofing sealant to the threads
of the connection port. (It is recommended
that you use non-hardening sealant made of
silicon resin for waterproofing.)
Lay wiring as far away as possible from
electrical noise sources such as large
transformers, motors and power supplies.
Before wiring, remove the blind plugs and
insert the cables into the main body and
connect them to the appropriate terminals.
When you open the door, pay great attention
to the environmental conditions in order to
prevent dust and water droplets entering
inside the transmitter.
To run wiring to the sensor, pay sufficient
attention to the wiring parameters described
in section 2.6 “Installation of an ExplosionProtected Instrument.”
To prevent electrical noise, the signal cable
and the power cable must not be housed in
the same conduit.
The front door can be opened by turning
the four front door bolts seven times
counterclockwise. Please note that the bolts
are held by the friction force of the rubber but
may fall out if turned more than necessary.
This instrument is designed to measure
circuits that are not directly connected to the
mains.
Do not use it for measurements that fall
under Measurement Category II, III, or IV.
5.2 Cable Selection
When wiring in an area where the ambient
temperature is high or low, use wires or cables that
are appropriate for such an area.
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Input Wiring
A dedicated cable is used for connection between
the temperature sensor and the temperature
transmitter.
When a thermocouple is used as the temperature
sensor, a compensation wire that is appropriate for
the type of thermocouple (refer to compensating
cables for IEC584-3 thermocouples) must be used.
When a resistance temperature sensor (RTD) is
used as the temperature sensor, 2-core/3-core/4core cable must be used (refer to resistance
thermometer sensor IEC751). In a place where the
cable will be susceptible to the effect of noise, a
shielded cable must be used.
The terminal of the dedicated cable is a 4 mm
screw.
5.3 Cable and Terminal
Connections
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Input Terminal Connection
Figure 5.2
Input Terminal Connection Label
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5.4 Wiring Cautions
Input Wiring
Connect the temperature sensor and other input
cables as shown in Figure 5.3. The sensor input
terminal layout differs between input 1 and inputs
2 to 8 as shown in Figure 5.4. Be careful to avoid a
wiring error.
Use metal conduit wiring or a waterproof gland
(metal wiring conduit JIS F 8801) for cable wiring.
•
CAUTION
Apply non-hardening sealant to the threads of
the wiring tap and a flexible fitting for secure
waterproofing.
Flexible fitting
Explosion proofing not applicable during DC
voltages, DC miliamperes input.
Temperature
sensor
signal
(A)
(B)
(+)
(–)
Thermocouple
and DC voltage
Apply a nonhardening
sealamt to the threads for
waterproofing
RTD and
resistance (2-wire)
Figure 5.5
(a)
(b)
(B)
(B)
RTD and
resistance (4-wire)
RTD and
resistance (3-wire)
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4-20mA
Device
(–)
(–)
50Ω
(+)
Power
Supply
(+)
Current (4-20mA)
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Input Terminal Wire Connection Diagram
Input Terminal1
2
3
Wiring
conduit
Tee
Drain plug
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(b)
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Example of Wiring Using a Wiring
Conduit
Wiring and Waterproofing
of Remote Antenna
Use the provided extension antenna cable to
connect the antenna connector with the remote
antenna. Tighten the connector of the antenna
extension cable with a torque of 2 to 3 N-m.
For the allowable bending radius when wiring
the antenna and for the fixed antenna, refer to
Chapter 10 “General Specifications”.
Input Terminals 2 to 8
4
1
3
2
4
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When using two extension cables, the provided
arrester should be inserted between these
cables.
Before the wiring work, confirm the polarities
(male/female) of the connectors of antenna,
extension antenna cable, and arrester.
Remote Antenna

Mounting of Arrester and Wiring
•
Mount an arrester between the extension
cables and connect the grounding cable to the
grounding
Connect the grounding cable to the grounding
terminal on the main body. Class D grounding
(thethird class grounding) with the grounding
resistance of 100 Ω or less is necessary. Do not
share the ground with other devices.
•
Antenna
Extension cable 2
Waterproofing the
Extention cable 1
Length: 3 m or 1 m
connection
Grounding wiring
Arrester
Extension cable 1
Housing of YTMX
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extension cables
Extension cable 2
Length: 10 m or 3 m
Arrester
Waterproofing the
connection
Ground Wiring
Extension cable 1
Length: 3 m or 1 m
Housing of YTMX
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Example of Wiring Using a Wiring
Conduit for Remote antenna
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5.6 Grounding

Waterproofing of Remote Antenna
connector
Confirm the connection of the remote antenna,
extension antenna cable, arrester, and the
grounding cable from arrester, and then
waterproof the connection.
1) Clean the connection to be waterproofed.
2) Wind the butyl rubber self-bonding tape around
the connection. See the manual of the tape
about the winding.
3) To protect the butyl rubber self-bonding tape
from the environment such as ultraviolet rays
and so on, wind vinyl tape (or a vinyl type selfbonding tape) on it.
Always ground the transmitter case in accordance
with national and local electrical codes. The most
effective transmitter case grounding method is
a direct connection to earth ground with minimal
impedance.
Grounding terminals are located inside and outside
of the terminal block respectively. Any of them may
be used.
Antenna
Grounding terminal
Figure 5.9
Grounding wiring
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Figure 5.8
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Cover
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connector
Grounding terminal
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the Case
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Applicable Cable (Insulated wire for
industrial equipment)
When wiring in an area where the ambient
temperature is high or low, use wires or cables that
are appropriate for such an area.
Examples:
• 600 V polyvinyl chloride insulated wires (IV): JIS
C3307
Operational temperature high limit: 60 °C
• Polyvinyl chloride insulated wires for electrical
apparatus (KIV): JIS C3316
Operational temperature high limit: 60 °C
• 600 V grade heat-resistant polyvinyl chloride
insulated wires (HIV): JIS C3317
Operational temperature high limit: 60 °C
• Heatproof vinyl insulated wires VW-1 (UL1015/
UL1007)
Operational temperature high limit: 105 °C
Wire Size
• Core: AWG14 to 13 (2 to 2.6 mm2)
Terminal Treatment
• Ring terminal for 4mm: With insulation covers
CAUTION
Grounding is recommended for safe operation.
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Operation
6.1 Preparation for Starting
Operation
NOTE
It is required to set security and network
information to enable the transmitter to be
connected to the Field Wireless Network. For
more details, refer to section 6.4 “Connecting to
the Field Wireless Network”.
1) Checking Installation and Wiring
Ensure that the transmitter is installed correctly
and the temperature sensor and other input
cables are connected correctly according to the
procedures described in Chapter 4 “Installation”
and Chapter 5 “Wiring”.
When connecting the thermocouple, particular
attention needs to be paid because the
transmitter cannot detect a wrong polarity
connection.
2) Installation of battery*
Insert batteries into the battery case, and install
to the transmitter.
To insert batteries into the battery case, be
careful to polarity of batteries and battery case.
For details of Installation of battery, refer to
section 8.4 “Battery”.
*Battery case is installed in the main body when shipped
from the factory. however, batteries not included because
sold separately.
3) Connecting to the field wireless system
configuration tool or field wireless device
configuration tool
Turn on the power and connect the field
wireless devices to the field wireless network.
For Yokogawa’s recommended field wireless
system configuration tool or field wireless
device configuration tool, refer to section 8.2
“Calibration Instruments Selection.”
using four categories ( Failure status, Function
check status, Out of specification status,
Maintenance required status ) according to
NAMUR NE107*
The status display LED can also be used to
ensure that the transmitter operates normally.
* NAMUR NE107 “Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field
Devices”
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Checking Using the Status Display LED.
When the transmitter operates normally, the display
of the status display LED is as follows.
RDY (green): Turns on for approx. 1 second in
the publish period.
ALM (red): Off
Publish period
1 sec
RDY(Green)
Off
On
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NOTE
If an error occurs with the transmitter, ALM of the
status display LED turns on.
If ALM turns on, check the self-diagnostic result
in the wireless field device configuration tool.
(Refer to section 7.4 “Self-Diagnostics”)
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Verify and Change Transmitter Parameter
Setting and Values
The parameters related to the following items are
set at factory as specified in order.
• Input sensor type
• Connection of RTD
• Measurement range (measurement lower/
upper limit, unit)
4) Using the device configuration tool confirm
that transmitter is operation properly. Check
parameter values or change the setpoints as
necessary.
For details on how to confirm this, refer to
section 7.4 “Self-Diagnostics.”
ISA100 devices display self-diagnostic
information in an easy-to-understand manner
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IMPORTANT
After performing zero-gain adjustment, do not
power off the transmitter immediately. Turning off
the power within 30 seconds resets the zerogain adjustment value to the value before the
adjustment.
Furthermore, setting the sensor type
automatically resets the zero-gain adjustment
value to the factory setting
When the preparation for starting operation is
completed, perform a zero-gain adjustment as
necessary.
This transmitter is fully calibrated at the factory and
basically re-cablibration is not necessary; however,
users can make the zero-gain adjustment.
The zero-gain adjustment of this transmitter can be
performed by the following steps.
1)Apply the lower limit of process temperature
to the sensor. Set the lower limit temperature
using the device configuration tool.
2)Apply the upper limit of process temperature
to the sensor. Set the upper limit temperature
using the device configuration tool.
The zero-gain adjustment should be performed
when the input to the temperature sensor is
stabilized.
For details on the zero-gain adjustment, refer to
subsection 7.3.10 “Input calibration”.
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6.4 Connecting to the Field
Wireless Network
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Preparation work prior to connecting to a
field wireless network
This transmitter does not need to be connected
with a physical wire. Instead of physical wiring, it
is necessary to set the field wireless devices to
communicate with before installing the transmitter.
This procedure is called a provisioning.
This transmitter supports provisioning via infrared
communication using a provisioning device and
can be securely connected to a network. If the
provisioning information is not set, the transmitter
cannot be connected to the field wireless network.
Provisioning:
Provisioning is work to set the security and
network information to enable the transmitter to
be connected to the field wireless network.
This transmitter supports a provisioning method
using infrared communication.
For details on provisioning using a provisioning
device, connecting to a field wireless network and
the setting procedure, refer to YFGW710 Field
Wireless Integrated Gateway (IM 01W01F0101EN) or YFGW410 Field Wireless Management
Station (IM 01W02D01-01EN).
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6.3 Starting Operation
Ensure that the installation, the wiring, the network
connection, and the action of the transmitter are
correct before starting operation.
IMPORTANT
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Close the front door and tighten the fastening
bolts on the front door firmly.
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Device Role
• Setting device tag
The device tag is used for the user to
recognize the field wireless device.
• Setting Network ID
This is the Network ID for the field wireless
network to which the field wireless device is
connected. Set a value from 2 to 65535.
The transmitter supports two functions: an IO
function and a routing function to route wireless
traffic. The device roles below can be set in
accordance with the network topology (star or
mesh).
Configure the settings using the Field Wireless
Configurator. For details on the Field Wireless
Configurator, refer to section 8.2 “Calibration
Instruments Selection.”
The field wireless device is connected to the
field wireless network corresponding to the
Network ID set by provisioning work.
• IO Function only (IO)
• IO and Routing Function (IO + Router)
Device role
Network form
IO
IO+Router
Star
Mesh
Example
network connections
and devices
IO
IO
IO
2)Creating a provisioning information file
The following provisioned information is stored
in the provisioning information file.
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GW
GW
IO+R
IO+R
IO
IO
IO
GW: Gateway device
GW: Gateway device
IO: YTMX580
IO + R: YTMX580
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Network ID
Device tag
EUI64
Join key
Provisioner (name of the user who performed
provisioning work by FieldMate)
• Date (Time and date when provisioning was
performed by FieldMate)
This provisioning information file is required to
load from the field wireless configurator to the
field wireless integrated gateway. Store the file
carefully.
Provisioning work
This subsection describes provisioning work using
FieldMate as the provisioning device.
Provisioning work performs provisioning for each
field wireless device using FieldMate and an
infrared adapter.
When using the Yokogawa recommended near
infrared adapter for the provisioning device, the
distance between the front glass (Infrared port ) of
this transmitter and the infrared surface of the near
infrared adapter should be within 30 cm. For details
on the Yokogawa recommended infrared adapter,
refer to section 8.2 “Callibration Instruments
Selection”.
Perform the following provisioning tasks.
• Setting provisioning information
• Creating a provisioning information file
1)Setting provisioning information
Set the device tag and Network ID using a
FieldMate provisioning function. The device
tag, Network ID, and join key are set in the field
wireless device. It is not necessary to input
a join key because FieldMate automatically
generates it.
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Connecting to a field wireless network
The action after installing the battery pack varies
depending on the silence setting.
With the factory setting, installing the battery pack
automatically starts a search for the field wireless
network and the transmitter goes into the join state
when the field wireless integrated gateway is found.
If the field wireless integrated gateway is not found,
a cycle of a 1-hour pause and 6-minute search is
repeated after a specified time has elapsed until the
transmitter can join the field wireless network.
For details on the silence setting, refer to subsection
7.3.12 “Switching to the Silence Mode”.
Mounting battery pack
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6.5 Shutting Down the
Transmitter
When shut down the transmitter, remove the battery
pack or set the transmitter to deep sleep mode by
the device Configuration Tool.
NOTE
• Refer to subsection 8.4.1 “Replacing the
Battery Pack” for the battery pack removing.
• When storing the transmitter with a battery
pack inserted, it is recommended to put the
transmitter into deep sleep mode to conserve
battery power. For details on how to switch to
deep sleep mode, refer to subsection 7.3.11
“Switching to the Deep Sleep Mode."
Boot
Silence mode OFF
Configuration Tool
Silence mode ON
Ready
and pause
Deep Sleep
Ready
(Search start)
(Search start)
(Search failure) (Search failure)
6.6 Restarting
To perform the restarting operation, first remove
and then reinsert battery pack. Or, it will be
necessary to receive an infrared communication.
If you acquire data from the transmitter using a
provisioning device tool or a wireless field device
configuration tool (for infrared), it will wake the
transmitter from deep sleep.
Confirm
connecting status
Configuration Tool
(Disconnect)
(Connect)
Join
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Setting Parameters
This transmitter can remotely handle sensor
type changes, range changes, Tag No. setup,
monitoring of self-diagnostic results, according to
communication with the field wireless configuration
tool or the device configuration tool.
7.1 Environment for parameter
setting
After installing the battery pack, perform
provisioning and have the transmitter join the field
wireless network.
This transmitter supports the OOB (out-of-band)
method using infrared communication. For
details on how to provisioning, refer to section 6.4
“Connection to Field Wireless network”
CF (Capabilities File) / DD (Device Description)
A CF file contains information, such as the
vendor of the field device, its model and
revision, available types of process data (flow
rate, temperature, pressure, etc.), and number
of data items. A DD file contains the information
on parameters, such as data structures and
attributes.
DeviceDTM
DeviceDTM, (Device Type Manager) is driver
software for field devices provided based on the
FDT (Field Device Tool) technology.
The field wireless configuration tool or the
device configuration tool allows confirming the
device information. For details on how to confirm
the device information using the field wireless
configuration tool or the device configuration
tool, refer to YFGW710 Field Wireless Integrated
Gateway (IM 01W01F01-01EN) or YFGW410 Field
Wireless Management Station (IM 01W02D0101EN).
Refer to section 8.2 “Calibration Instruments
Selection” for the field wireless configuration
tool or the device configuration tool of our
recommendation.
7.2.2 Software Download
infrared port
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Connecting the configuration Tool
7.2 Preparing Software
7.2.1 Softwares for the Field Wireless
Configuration Tool and the Device
Configuration Tool
Software download function permits to update
wireless field device software (Update radio
firmware, Update sensor board firmware) via
ISA100.11a wireless communication. For details,
refer to YFGW710 Field Wireless Integrated
Gateway (IM 01W01F01-01EN) or YFGW410 Field
Wireless Management Station (IM 01W02D0101EN).
Before using the device configuration tool, confirm
that CF/DD and DeviceDTM for your transmitter (
YTMX580 ) are installed in the device configuration
tool.
For the latest information on CF/DD and
DeviceDTM, refer to the following website.
< http://www.field-wireless.com/ >
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7.3 Setting Parameters
When the data of AI Block (AI1 Temp to AI8 Temp)
parameters is rewritten, it is necessary to set the
operational mode (Mode.Target) of the block to O/S
(Out of Service). When the setting is completed,
change the operational mode (Mode.Target) to the
Auto.
Block Mode:
Block modes are universal parameters that display
each block's operating condition, and comprises the
following modes.
Target : Sets the operating condition of the block.
Actual : Indicates the current operating condition.
Permit : Indicates the operating condition that the
block is allowed to take.
Normal: Indicates the operating condition that the
block will usuall y take.
In Target mode, if you change the function block
mode to O/S (Out of Service), the function block
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operation stops. Settings can be changed while in
this state. If you change the Function block mode to
Man (Manual), updating of the function block output
values stops. If you change the Function block
mode to Auto, measured values are updated. The
mode should usually be set to Auto.
7.3.1 Parameter Usage and Selection
Before setting a parameter, please see the following
table for a summary of how and when each
parameter is used.
IMPORTANT
After setting and sending data with the
field wireless configuration tool or device
configuration tool, wait 30 seconds before
turning off the transmitter. If it is turned off
too soon, the settings will not be stored in the
transmitter.
Parameter Usage and Selection
Item
Tag No
Output mode
Range
Display temperature unit setting
Burnout setting
Zero-gain adjustment setting
Reset adjustment value
Software write protect
Adjustment information and memo field
Operational mode
Description
Sets the tag No. for Device Tag (software tag). The tag No. can
be set Sixteen characters (alphanumeric characters, including
“ - ” and “ . ”).
Allows outputting process value and self-diagnostic information
via field wireless network.
Either or all of temperature / voltage / resistance (AI1 to
AI8:Process Value), and self-diagnostic information (UAPMO :
Diagnostic Status) can be set output data.
Range corresponding for 0% to 100% signal is set with actual
input applied.
Sets the temperature unit to display.
Sets the output status when the input sensor has burned out.
Sets the input adjustment function using two adjustment
points..
Reset the trim adjustment to the factory setting. The zero-gain
adjustment set by user can be returned to the factory setting.
Prohibit writing the setting data.
Memo field available to write the check date, checker and
others (as an adjustment information ), or anything.
Set the operational mode of the sensor and integral indicator,
etc.
NOTE
Some of the parameter settings are in the
dialogue form called method, the on-line
instructions you can configure the parameters
easily.
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7.3.2 Function Block and Menu Tree
(1) Function Block
The function of this transmitter is shown below. A specific function might not be able to be used according to
the field wireless configuration tool used. When the field wireless configuration tool of our recommendation
is used, the software ( CO block: Field Wireless Configurator, UDO block: Field Wireless Management Tool )
attached to the Field Wireless Integrated Gateway is necessary for setting the dotted line part.
Refer to section 8.2 “Calibration Instruments Selection” for the field wireless configuration tool of our
recommendation.
Online Menu
• UAPMO
• UDO
• CO
• TRANSDUCER
• AI1 Temp
• AI2 Temp
• AI3 Temp
• AI4 Temp
• AI5 Temp
• AI6 Temp
• AI7 Temp
• AI8 Temp
(UAPMO)
• Configuration
• Diagnostics/Alerts
• Power Status
• Identification
(Configuration)
• UAP Option
• Hardware Write Protect
• Static Revision
• Reset Energy Left
• Radio Silence
(Diagnostics/Alerts)
• Diagnostic Status
• Diagnostic Status Detail1,
Diagnostic Status Detail2,
Diagnostic Status Detail3
• Diagnostic Switch
• Diagnostic Configuration
(Power Status)
• Energy Left
• Power Supply Status
(Identification)
• Version Revision
• CTS Version
• ITS Version
• Identification Number
(UDO)
• APP Download
(CO)
• Configuration
• Others
(APP Download)
• DESCRIPTION
• STATE
• MAX_BLOCK_SIZE
• LAST_BLOCK_DOWNLOADED
• ERROR_CODE
(Configuration)
• COMM_ENDPOINT
• COMM_CONTRACT
• PUB_ITEM_MAX
• PUB_ITEM_NUM
• PUB_ITEM
(COMM_ENDPOINT)
• Network address of remote endpoint
• Transport layer port at remote endpoint
• Object ID at remote endpoint
• Stale data limit
• Data publication period
• Ideal publication phase
• PublishAutoRetransmit
• Configuration status
(COMM_CONTRACT)
• ContractID
• Contract_Status
• Actual_Phase
(PUB_ITEM)
• ObjectID
• AttributeID
• AttributeIndex
• Size
(Others)
• REVISION
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Online Menu (Continued)
(TRANSDUCER)
(Block Info)
• Block Info
• Configuration
/Calibration
• Others
(Configuration/Calibration)
• Tag Description
• Model
• Serial Number
• Wireless Status
• LED Mode
• YTMX Option
• Utility Frequence
• Measurement Rate
(Others)
• Special Cmd
(AI1 Temp ~ AI8 Temp) (Block Info)
• Block Info
• Block Mode
• Dynamic Variables
• Configuration
• Others
• Tag Description
(Block Mode)
• Mode.Target
• Mode.Actual
• Mode.Permitted
• Mode.Normal
(Dynamic Variables)
(Process Value)
• Process Value
• Simulation
• Reference Junction Temp
• Process Value.Status
• Process Value.Value **
(Simulation)
• Simulate Switch
• Transducer Value
• Simulate Value
(Transducer Value)
• Transducer Value.Status
• Transducer Value.Value
(Simulate Value)
• Simulate Value.Status
• Simulate Value.Value
(Configuration)
(Block Mode)
• Block Mode
• Concentrator OID
• Scale *
• Process Value Filter Time
• Lin Type *
• Sensor Connection *
• Bias *
• Selection of Reference Junction *
• External Reference Junction Value *
• Process Value Type *
• Burn Out Type * • Mode.Target
• Mode.Actual
• Mode.Permitted
• Mode.Normal
(Others)
• Sensor Serial Number
• Sensor Range *
• Cal Point Lo/Hi *
• Cal Point Clear *
• Reference Junction Unit *
(SCALE)
• Scale.EU at 100% *
• Scale.EU at 0% *
• Scale.Units Index *
• Scale.Decimal *
(Sensor Range)
• Sencer Range.EU at 100%
• Sensor Range.EU at 0%
• Sensor Range.Units Index *
•Sensor Range.Decimal *
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When the data of these parameters is rewritten, it is necessary to set the operational mode (Mode.Target) of the AI block (AI1 Temp
to AI8 Temp) to O/S (Out of Service).
When the data of these parameters is rewritten, it is necessary to set the operational mode of the AI block to Manual.
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(2) Menu Tree
The menu tree of the device configuration tool of our recommendation is shown below. Refer to section 8.2
“Calibration Instruments Selection” for the device configuration tool of our recommendation.
Online Menu
• Device Configuration
• Diagnostic
• Process Variables
(Device Configuration)
• UAPMO
• TRANSDUCER
• AI1 Temp
• AI2 Temp
• AI3 Temp
• AI4 Temp
• AI5 Temp
• AI6 Temp
• AI7 Temp
• AI8 Temp
(UAPMO)
(Configuration)
• Configure/Setup
• UAP Option
• Hardware Write Protect
• Static Revision
• Reset Energy Left
• Radio Silence
(Identification)
• Version Revision
• CTS Version
• ITS Version
• Identification Number
(TRANSDUCER)
(Block Info)
• Configure/Setup
• Tag Description
(Configuration/Calibration)
• Model
• Serial Number
• Wireless Status
• LED Mode
• YTMX Option
• Utility Frequence
• Measurement Rate
(Others)
• Special Cmd
(AI1 Temp - AI8 Temp)
• Configure/Setup
(Block Info)
• Tag Description
(Block Mode)
• Mode.Target
• Mode.Actual
• Mode.Permitted
• Mode.Normal
(Configuration)
(Block Mode)
• Block Mode
• Concentrator OID
• Scale *
• Process Value Filter Time
• Lin Type *
• Sensor Connection *
• Bias *
• Selection of Reference Junction *
• External Reference Junction Value *
• Process Value Type *
• Burn Out Type *
• Mode.Target
• Mode.Actual
• Mode.Permitted
• Mode.Normal
(SCALE)
• Scale.EU at 100% *
• Scale.EU at 0% *
• Scale.Units Index *
• Scale.Decimal *
(Others)
(Sensor Range)
• Sensor Serial Number
• Sensor Range *
• Cal Point Lo/Hi *
• Cal Point Clear *
• Reference Junction Unit *
• Sensor Range.EU at 100%
• Sensor Range.EU at 0%
• Sensor Range.Units Index *
• Sensor Range.Decimal *
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When the data of these parameters is rewritten, it is necessary to set the operational mode (Mode.Target) of the AI block (AI1 Temp
to AI8 Temp) to O/S (Out of Service).
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Online Menu (Continued)
(Diagnostic)
• UAPMO
(UAPMO)
• Device Diagnostics
(Diagnostics/Alerts)
• Diagnostic Status
• Diagnostic Status Detail1,
Diagnostic Status Detail2,
Diagnostic Status Detail3,
• Diagnostic Switch
• Diagnostic Configuration
(Power Status)
• Energy Left
• Power Supply Status
(Process Variables) (AI1 Temp - AI8 Temp) (Dynamic Variables)
• AI1 Temp
• AI2 Temp
• AI3 Temp
• AI4 Temp
• AI5 Temp
• AI6 Temp
• AI7 Temp
• AI8 Temp
• Process Variables
• Process Value
• Simulation
• Reference
Junction Temp
(Process Value)
• Process Value.Status
• Process Value.Value **
(Simulation)
• Simulate Switch
• Transducer Value
• Simulate Value
(Transducer Value)
• Transducer Value.
Status
• Transducer Value.
Value
(Simulate Value)
• Simulate Value.
Status
• Simulate Value.
Value
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When the data of these parameters is rewritten, it is necessary to set the operational mode (Mode.Target) of the AI block (AI1 Temp
to AI8 Temp) to Manual.
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7.3.3 Parameters for Wireless
Communication
(1) Network Information
CO block
The network-related information can be
checked.
(2) Publication Period (Update Time)
CO block : Data publication period
Sets the publication period value to 1 to 3,600
seconds. The setting affects the battery life.
When the publication period is set to 1 second,
the maximum number of measurement points
is 3. When used with the 1 second publication
period, set 5 or more sensor types (Lin Type) to
“NOT_USED”.
When the publication period is set to 1 second
and the number of measurement points is set to
4 or more, the mode of all inputs becomes O/S
(Out of Service) and data is not updated.
When publication period is set 0 seconds,
the transmitter is stopped to update process
variables by way of the field wireless network.
And the transmitter continues to measure
process variables with special interval time
internally.
(3) Remaining battery life
UAPMO block : Energy Left
The number of days of battery life remaining
is indicated assuming ambient temperature
condition as 23 degrees Celsius.
It takes a few days for the parameter to display
the correct values after restart.
UAPMO block : Reset Energy Left
Resets the remaining battery power calculation
to restore it to a remaining battery power
calculation which is based on new batteries.
Before changing battery, initialization of the
remaining battery life is performed by Reset
Energy Left parameter.
It takes a few days for the parameter to display
the correct values.
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(4) LED display mode
TRANSDUCER block : LED Mode
This parameter is used to set the display mode
of the status display LED.
The power consumption of the batteries can be
reduced by setting “Always off (1).”
LED ON : On during operation in accordance
with the display specification
LED OFF : Always off
For the display specifications, refer to table 3.1
“Display Description of Status Display LED.”
7.3.4 Tag and Device Information
If these are specified when ordering, the designated
Tag No. and device information are set and
shipped.
Tag No. and device information can be checked as
follows.
■ Procedure to call up the tag No. and device
information
• Device Tag (Software Tag)
This is specified when writing characters
(up to 16 characters) that differ from those
specified in Tag No. to the amplifier tag.
For details on how to confirm this, refer
to section 6.4. ”Connecting to the Field
Wireless Network”.
• Tag Description
This is a universal parameter to store the
comment that describes the content of the
tag located in the TRANSDUCER and AI1 to
AI8 blocks.
■ Limitation of Device Information
When changing the device information, input
the information based on the following limitation
on the number of characters.
• Message function (up to 32 characters)
TRANSDUCER block : Tag Description
AI1 to AI8 block : Tag Description
NOTE
Reset the remaining battery power calculation
before changing battery.
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7.3.5 Unit
7.3.7 Input Sensor
The unit for the process value is set at the factory.
The specified unit of the input sensors set (°C if not
specified).
When changing the sensor type, it is necessary
to change the parameters related to the sensor
type. The setting items are the sensor type and the
number of cables. The input terminal of YTMX580
supports the following sensor types.
When the unit of the temperature, voltage, and
resistance is displayed, set the Process Value Type
parameter to actual target value (Direct).
And sensor type set by the sensor type setting
parameter (Lin Type) must be corresponded with
the unit displayed.
When using the resistance temperature sensor
or the thermocouple sensor, unit displayed set °C
or others, using voltage, set mV or V, and using
resistance, set ohm.
The unit can be set by following the procedure
below.
■ Procedure to call up the unit parameter (Units
Index)
AI1 to AI8 block : Scale : Units Index
Sensor Range : Units Index
Reference Junction Unit
To change the unit, select the desired unit from
the displayed unit list.
Thermocouple: TYPE B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T (IEC
584)
Resistance thermometer (RTD): Pt100, Pt200,
Pt500 (IEC 751)
Resistance ohm (0 to 2000 ohm)
DC voltage mV (−10 to 100mV), V (-0.01 to 1V)
Current mA (4 to 20mA, with external shunt
resistors)
When a 50 Ω shunt resistor is used for the current
input, set the range to 0.2 to 1 V.
Check the connections between the input terminals
and temperature sensors and set the correct sensor
type and the number of wire connections for the
parameters. (Refer to Figure 7.2)
CAUTION
Explosion proofing not applicable during DC
voltages, DC miliamperes input.
7.3.6 Measurement Range
The unit parameter is set at the factory before
shipment if specified at the time of order. To change
the measurement range, follow the procedure
below.
■ Procedure to call up the lower limit setting
parameter (EU at 0%)
AI1 to AI8 block : Scale : EU at 0%
■ Procedure to call up the upper limit setting
parameter (EU at 100%)
AI1 to AI8 block : Scale : EU at 100%
Set the lower limit setting parameter (EU at 0%)
and upper limit setting parameter (EU at 100%)
to the unit specified in the unit parameter (Units
Index).
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2) Setting the Temperature Sensor and
Resistance Connection
Thermocouple and DC voltage
This is set when using the resistance temperature
sensor and resistance.
(+)
(–)
■ Procedure to call up the connection setting
parameter (Sensor Connection)
RTD and resistance (2-wire)
AI1 to AI8 block : Sensor Connection
(A)
(B)
Select and set any of the 2-, 3-, or 4-wire
methods corresponding to the resistance
temperature sensor and resistance.
RTD and resistance (3-wire)
3) Setting the Cold Junction Compensation
(CJC) of the Thermocouple Sensor
(A)
(b)
(B)
This is set when using the thermocouple sensor.
RTD and resistance (4-wire)
■ Procedure to call up CJC function
parameter(Selection of Reference Junction)
(A)
(a)
(b)
(B)
Current (4 - 20mA)
4-20mA
Device
(–)
(–)
50Ω
(+)
(+)
Power
supply
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YTMX580 Wire Connection Diagram
1) Setting the Sensor Type
■ Procedure to call up the sensor type setting
parameter (Lin Type)
AI1 to AI8 block : Lin Type
Set the sensor type.
■ Procedure to call up the sensor type information
parameter (Sensor Range)
AI1 to AI8 block : Sensor Range : EU at 0%
AI1 to AI8 block : Senesor Range : EU at 100%
Displays the lower and upper limit values that
can be measured by the sensor type set in the
sensor type setting parameter (Lin Type) as the
lower limit information parameter (EU at 0%)
and the upper limit information parameter (EU
at 100%).
AI1 to AI8 block : Selection of Reference
Junction
Select the CJC function.
To calibrate voltage for the thermocouple
input, set the cold junction temperature to No
Reference.
■ Procedure to call up external temperature
Compensation parameter(External Reference
Junction Value)
AI1 to AI8 block : External Reference Junction
Value
In the CJC function parameter (Selection
of Reference Junction), the cold junction
temperature value of the thermocouple
is selected the external, set the external
compensation temperature.
The CJC is also called reference junction
compensation.
IMPORTANT
Setting the sensor type automatically resets the
zero-gain adjustment value to the factory setting.
7.3.8 Assignment to AI Object
Output of the process value via field wireless
network is set by AI1 to AI8 block.
Either actual target value or % value of the
temperature, the voltage, and resistance is set
as the output of process value from the AI1 to AI8
block.
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Write Protect
Hardware write protection and software write
protection functions are available for this
transmitter.
1) Procedure to call up the protection setting
parameter (UAP Option)
The following settings can be configured in the
UAP Option parameter.
• Setting to enable or disable changing the
setting to the Diagnostic Switch and Diagnostic
Configuration parameters.
• Setting to enable or disable the hardware write
protection switch.
• Setting to enable or disable software write
protection.
2) Procedure to call up the protection setting
display parameter (Hardware Write Protect)
UAPMO block : Hardware Write Protect
The Hardware Write Protect parameter enables
the switch status of hardware write protection to
be displayed.
For the relationship between hardware write
protection and software write protection, refer to
Chapter 9. "Parameter Summary".
7.3.10 Input Calibration
The input calibration function is used to adjust to
the transmitters internal interpretation of the input
signal.
Two points, namely, the lower adjustment point
called Zero point and the upper adjustment point
called Gain, are adjusted, respectively. There are
two adjustment methods. One method uses a
reference signal generator (e.g. a voltage generator
or variable resistor) and the other uses the signal
from a temperature sensor immersed in the solution
with a known temperature.
Input adjustment is performed by inputting (writing)
the signals (voltage, and resistance values)
currently being input as the parameters. This
transmitter automatically corrects the error between
the written data and the internally calculated value.
b)Setting the sensor type
• AI1 to AI8 block : Lin Type
Set the sensor type used in the Lin Type
parameter.
c)Setting the cold conjunction compensation
• AI1 to AI8 block : Selection Reference Junction
Set the Selection Reference Junction
parameter to No Reference (0) in order
to remove the effect of the cold junction
compensation when using the thermocouple for
the sensor type.
d)Perform Zero Point Adjustment using a
reference signal generator. The input value
is adjusted near the zero point within the
measurement range used. e)Set the Zero Point
Adjustment value when the input is stabilized.
• AI1 to AI8 block : Cal Point Lo
Set the Cal Point Lo parameter to the voltage
value (unit: mV) when the temperature sensor
is the thermocouple, and set the resistance
value (unit: Ω) when the temperature sensor is
the resistance temperature sensor.
f) Perform gain-point adjustment using a
reference signal generator. The input value
is adjusted near the gain point within the
measurement range used.
g)Set the gain-point adjustment value when the
input is stabilized.
• AI1 to AI8 block : Cal Point Hi
Set the Cal Point Hi parameter to the voltage
value (unit: mV) when the temperature sensor
is the thermocouple, and set the resistance
value (unit: Ω) when the temperature sensor is
the resistance temperature sensor.
h)Setting the AI1 to AI8 block write mode
• AI1 to AI8 block : Block Mode : Target
Set the Target parameter to Auto and ensure
that the setting error of the adjustment value
has not occurred
1) Setting the Input Adjustment Value
a)Setting the AI1 to AI8 block write mode
• AI1 to AI8 block : Block Mode : Target
Set the Target parameter to O/S.
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GAIN
Output
Input
Figure 7.3
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IMPORTANT
Setting the sensor type automatically resets the
zero-gain adjustment value to the factory setting.
2) Clearing the Adjustment Value
The adjustment value set with input adjustment
can be cleared and reset to the factory setting.
When the setting is completed, change the
Mode.Target to the Auto.
■ Procedure to call up the adjustment value reset
parameter (Cal Point Clear)
AI1 to AI8 block : Cal Point Clear
Set the Cal Point Clear parameter to Clear.
7.3.11 Switching to the Deep Sleep Mode
When the transmitter will not be used for a long
time, switch the transmitter to the deep sleep mode
to conserve battery power. To switch to deep sleep
mode, follow the procedure below.
■ Procedure to call up the switch-to-deep-sleep
parameter (Special Cmd)
NOTE
• This procedure to switch to deep sleep mode
can only be use for wireless communication.
Transmitter becomes the stop state after
setting deep sleep mode and cannot reply
any request from Communication Tool.
• For this reason, there is the case that an
error is display on Communication Tool.
To wake up from deep sleep mode, please
pull battery pack and wait more than 30
seconds before attaching battery pack.
7.3.12 Switching to the Silence Mode
This is a function to pause the transmitter when
it cannot join the field wireless network after a
specified time has elapsed. This function is effective
in conserving battery power when, for example, the
installation of the field wireless integrated gateway
is delayed compared to that of field wireless
devices. The default value is 28800 seconds
(about 8 hours). Thereafter, a cycle of a one-hour
pause and six-minute search is repeated until the
transmitter can join the field wireless network.
• Procedure to call up the switch-to-silence
parameter (Radio Silence)
UAPMO block : Radio Silence
Set 0 to 231 seconds for the Radio Silence
parameter of the UAPMO block. If 0 is set, the
Radio Silence parameter is invalid. To start from
the silence mode, either remove and insert the
battery pack, or use the device configuration
tool.
TRANSDUCER block : Special Cmd
Set deep sleep mode (Standby) to the Special
Cmd parameter for the TRANSDUCER block.
To start from deep sleep mode, either remove
and insert the battery pack, or use the device
configuration tool.
CAUTION
After setting the deep sleep mode by infrared
device configuration tool, keep the infrared port
of device away from any other infrared signals.
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7.4 Self-Diagnostics
■ Procedure to call up the self-diagnostic
parameter
7.4.1 Identify Problems by Using the
Device Configuration Tool
UAPMO block : Diagnostic Status
Any of the four categories ( Failure status,
Function check status, Out of specification
status, Maintenance required status ) according
to NAMUR NE107* is supplied to Diagnostic
Status of each diagnostic result.
The device configuration tool allows checking the
self-diagnosis results and setting errors of this
transmitter.
First, check Diagnostic Status of the self-diagnostic
result.
Table 7.2
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Diagnostic Status
Bits
Contents
Example
NAMUR NE107
Categorization(*)
Diagnostic Configuration
Bit31(MSB) F: Failure status
---
Diagnostic Configuration.1
Bit30
C: Function check status
---
Diagnostic Configuration.2
Bit29
O: Out of specification status
---
Diagnostic Configuration.3
Bit28
M: Maintenance required status
---
Diagnostic Configuration.4
Bit27
Faults in electronics
F
Diagnostic Configuration.5
Bit26
Faults in sensor or actuator element
F
Diagnostic Configuration.6
Bit25
Installation, calibration problem
C
Diagnostic Configuration.7
Bit24
Out of service
C
Diagnostic Configuration.8
Bit23
Outside sensor limits
O
Diagnostic Configuration.9
Bit22
Environmental conditions out of device specification
O
Diagnostic Configuration.10
Bit21
Fault prediction: Maintenance required
M
Diagnostic Configuration.11
Bit20
Power is critical low: maintenance need short-term
M
Diagnostic Configuration.12
Bit19
Power is low: maintenance need mid-term
M
Diagnostic Configuration.13
Bit18
Software update incomplete
C
Diagnostic Configuration.14
Bit17
Simulation is active
C
Diagnostic Configuration.15
Bit16-Bit08
reserved by WCI
---
Diagnostic Configuration.16 to 24
Bit07-Bit01
vendor specific area
---
Diagnostic Configuration.25 to 31
Bit00
Detail information available
1: available
---
Diagnostic Configuration.32
0: no available
NAMUR NE107 "Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field Devices"
Checking the Diagnostic Status category allows
taking the proper action. The Diagnostic Status
contents are common for all ISA devices, and the
setting for the Diagnostic Status category can be
changed. For further details, refer to Diagnostic
Status Detail
To change the alert category set in Out of Service to
Failure in Diagnostic Status Contents
that can be diagnosed in the transmitter, perform
the following procedure.
Alternatively, the category setting can be changed
in Diagnostic Configuration (1 to 32)
corresponding to Diagnostic Status Contents (Bit 31
to 00).
a)UAPMO block : Enable Diagnostic Status
Configuration in UAP Option.
b)UAPMO block : Change Out of Service in
Diagnostic Configuration 8 from Function
Check to Failure.
c)UAPMO block : Disable Diagnostic Status
Configuration in UAP Option.
In Diagnostic Configuration, set any one of F:
Fail status, C: Function check status, O: Out of
specification status, and M: Maintenance required
status.
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The contents of diagnostic status are defined either
valid or invalid at Diagnostic Switch parameter.
Follow the example below to change “Out of
Service” to invalid.
a)UAPMO block : Enable Diagnostic Status
Configuration in UAP Option.
b)UAPMO block : Diagnostic Switch turn “Off“
for Out of Service.
c)UAPMO block : Disable Diagnostic Status
Configuration in UAP Option.UAP Option
select “disable“.
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Note: Be careful when changing the alert category and turning
detection on and off as described above. Be sure to set
UAP Option Diagnostic Status configuration to disable
again to prevent setting errors.
* NAMUR NE107 “Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field
Devices”
In Diagnostic Configuration setting, select one from the
followings; F: Failure status, C: Function check status,
O:Out of specification status, or M: Maintenance required
status.
Diagnostic Results Summary
Diagnostic Status Contents
Faults in electronic
Faults in sensor or
actuator element
NAMUR
NE107
Category
F
F
Installation, calibration problem C
Diagnostic Status Detail
Description
AMP ERR
Amplifier failure
MEMORY ERR
Memory failure
ADC ERR
ADC failure
Firm Update ERR
Firmware write error
SENSOR1 to 8 FAILURE
Sensor 1 to 8 burnout
TERM SNS FAILURE
CJC sensor burnout
SENSOR1 to 8 SPAN ADJ ERR
Sensor 1 to 8 faulty input of span
adjustment value
SENSOR1 to 8 ZERO ADJ Sensor 1 to 8 faulty input of zero
ERR
adjustment value
Out of service
C
AI1 to AI8 O/S MODE
AI1 to AI8 O/S Mode
Outside sensor limits
O
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SENSOR1 to 8 TEMP HI
Sensor 1 to 8 temperature higher limit
scale out
SENSOR1 to 8 TEMP LO
Sensor 1 to 8 temperature lower limit
scale out
AMB TEMP HI
Ambient temperature higher limit scale
out
AMB TEMP LO
Ambient temperature lower limit scale
out
Environmental conditions out
of device specification.
O
Fault prediction:
Maintenance required.
M
FIRMWARE CONDITION
CHECK
Firmware internal error
Power is critical low:
maintenance need short-term
M
LOWBAT FOR DEEPSLEEP
Deep sleep due to low battery
Power is low:
maintenance need mid-term
M
LOWBAT
Low battery
Software update incomplete
C
---
---
Simulation is active
C
AI1 to AI8 SIMULATE MODE
AI1 to AI8 SIMULATE Mode
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7.4.2 Checking Using the Status Display
LED
NOTE
If there is an error in the self-diagnostic result,
ALM (red) of the status display LED of the
transmitter turns on.
If ALM turns on, check the self-diagnostic result
in the field wireless device configuration tool.
If an error indication is displayed, refer to
subsection 8.6.3 “Alarms and Countermeasures”
and fix the problem.
Correct use of the ALM (red) LED display
If, for example, thermocouple is selected for
the input sensor type (Lin Type) and the sensor
does not connect to terminals, sensor burnout
is detected and the ALM (red) LED turns on. If
the LED is being lit, the battery life of the device
will be affected. It is therefore recommended to
set the unused input sensor type (Lin Type) to
NOT_USED.
Self-diagnostic error (transmitter error)
ALM
LED display window
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Checking Using the Status Display LED
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Maintenance
8.1 General
Maintenance of the transmitter is easy due to its
modular construction.
This chapter describes the procedures for
calibration and adjustment as well as the
replacement of parts such as a battery pack
required for the maintenance of the transmitter.
Transmitters are precision instruments. Please
carefully and thoroughly read the following sections
for information on how to properly handle them
while performing maintenance.
8.2 Calibration Instruments
Selection
Table 8.1 lists the instruments that can be used
to calibrate a transmitter. When selecting an
instrument, consider the required accuracy level.
Exercise care when handling these instruments to
ensure they maintain the specified accuracy.
For the configuration tools recommended by
Yokogawa and the latest information on Device File,
refer to the following website.
< http://www.field-wireless.com/ >
IMPORTANT
• As a rule, maintenance of this transmitter
should be done in a shop that has all the
necessary tools.
• When you open the door, pay great attention
to the environmental conditions in order to
prevent dust and water droplets entering
inside the transmitter.
• When you carry out work with the battery
pack removed, pay sufficient attention to the
environmental conditions, in particular, in
order to prevent foreign matter entering the
compartment in the transmitter for inserting
the battery pack.
Table 8.1
Instruments Required for Calibration
Name
Provisioning device
tool
Field wireless
configuration tool
Universal calibration
system
Variable resistor
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Yokogawa-recommended Instrument
FieldMate (R2.03.00 or later)
Provisioning Device Tool
Infrared Adapter certified by Yokogawa
Supplier: ACTiSYS
Product name: IrDA InfraRed USB Adaptor
Product number: ACT-IR224UN-LN96 (9600 bps)
Field Wireless Integrated Gateway attached Software
Field Wireless Configurator
Field Wireless Management Tool
Field Wireless System related Product
Plant Resource Manager (PRM) (R3.05 or later)
Device Configuration Tool via ISA100.11a Wireless
Communication
FiledMate (R2.03.00 or later)
DeviceFile (R3.02.12 or later)
Device Configuration Tool via Infrared Communication
FiledMate (R2.03.00 or later)
DeviceFile (R3.02.12 or later)
Model 9100 type (FLUKE)
• 279301 type 6-dial variable resistor
(accuracy: ±0.005%)
Remarks
For calibration of DC voltage or
thermocouple input)
For calibration of resistance
thermometer (RTD) input
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8.3 Calibration Procedure
The transmitter is tested adequately before it is
shipped from the factory to guarantee a certain
accuracy level even without calibration. So perform
the calibration described in this section only under
special circumstances, such as when the need to
evaluate uncertainty arises during operation.
1) Insert the battery pack and then perform
provisioning to have the transmitter join the
Field Wireless Network for calibration.
2) Set the publication period to 1 or 2 second
using the configuration tool to set continuous for
the transmitter. If the number of measurement
points is 3 or less, select 1 second, and if the
number of measurement points is 4 or more,
select 2 seconds.
For details of publication period, refer to
subsection 7.3.3 “ Parameters for Wireless
Communication ”.
3) Connect the devices as shown in Figure 8.1
and allow the transmitter to warm up for at least
5 minutes.
Example of wiring for thermocouple or DC voltage input
YTMX sensor
input terminal
(+)
(−)
Universal calibration system
Example of wiring for RTD 4-wire type
YTMX sensor
input terminal
(B)
(b)
(a)
(A)
Variable resistor
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4) Calibration Procedure
a)For DC voltage input
With a universal calibration system, deliver
input signals corresponding to 0, 25, 75, or
100% of the input span to the temperature
transmitter.
b)For thermocouple input
Since this instrument is equipped with a cold
junction compensating function, use a cold
junction compensating function in universal
calibration system in order to compensate for
this function upon calibration. According to
the reference millivolt table for thermocouple,
obtain millivolt corresponding to 0, 25,
50, 75, or 100% of the span, and use that
power as the input value, then deliver it
from the universal calibration system to the
temperature transmitter. Check the output
value for that input value.
c)For resistance thermometer (RTD) input
Using a thermometer resistor as input,
calibration of the temperature transmitter
is carried out via a 4-core wire connection.
As defined in the reference resistor value
table of the resistance thermometer (RTD),
obtain resistance values corresponding to
0, 25, 50, 75 or 100% of the span, and use
the obtained resistance as the input value,
then deliver it to the temperature transmitter
by means of a variable resistor. Check the
output value for that input value.
5) When the inspection is completed, change the
publication period back to the original value
using Field Wireless Configuration Tool.
6) Apply a specified input signal following steps
a) to c) above. If the output signal is outside
the accuracy range, perform output adjustment
using the device configuration tool. For
details on how to perform adjustment, refer to
subsection 7.3.10 “Input calibration”.
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Figure 8.1
Example of wiring for calibration
equipment
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8.4 Battery
■
This section describes the procedure for replacing
the battery pack and batteries. Table 8.2 shows
the tools needed to replace the battery pack and
batteries.
A battery pack means the specified batteries
enclosed in a battery case.
1) Loosen the four M5 Hexagon socket head cap
bolts at each corner of the front door and then
open the front cover. Use a hex wrench of 4 mm
hexagon width across flats to unscrew the bolts.
The front door can be opened by turning
the four front door bolts seven times
counterclockwise. Please note that the bolts are
held by the friction force of the rubber but may
fall out if turned more than necessary.
2) Loosen the two battery pack mounting screws
(see Figure 8.2).
3) Pull the battery pack.
Table 8.2 Tool
Phillips
screwdriver
Hex Key
Tools for Disassembly and Reassembly
Quantity
Remarks
1
ISO 8764-1, Tip No.2 ( JIS
B 4633, No. 2 )
1
across-flats 4mm
Removing
8.4.1 Replacing the Battery Pack
WARNING
To ensure the installation minimizes the risk from
electrostatic discharge.
To prevent electrostatic discharge caused by
static charge built up on the operator, ground
the operator through conductive shoes and
floors and by wearing anti-static work clothes to
prevent charge build-up.
Avoid any actions that cause the generation of
electrostatic charge, such as rubbing with a dry
cloth on face of the Battery Pack and product.
If static electricity cannot be suppressed, check
that the surrounding atmosphere does not
contain explosive gas or steam before replacing
the Battery Pack.
The battery pack in an intrinsically safe explosionproof transmitter can be replaced in the installed
condition in a hazardous area.
■
Preliminary
Reset the remaining battery power calculation.
For details on how to reset the remaining
battery power calculation, refer to
subsection 7.3.3 “Parameters for Wireless
Communication.”
In case that the battery runs out already,
reset the remaining battery power calculation
promptly after replacing the battery pack.
The screw has the dropout
prevention mechanism,it is not
separated from the battery pack
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Figure 8.2
■
Removing the Battery Pack
Remounting
1) Insert the new battery pack lightly.
2) Push the center of the battery pack and insert it
securely.
3) Tighten the two battery pack mounting screws
to a torque of approximately 0.7 N•m.
4) Close the front door and tighten the four
fastening bolts.
CAUTION
Be sure to use the dedicated battery pack in an
intrinsically safe transmitter. For details on the
battery pack, refer to section 8.4.3 “Handling
Batteries.”
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8.4.2 Replacing the Batteries
8.4.3 Handling Batteries
The batteries in the battery pack can be replaced.
This battery pack contains two primary lithium/
thionyl chloride batteries. Each battery contains
approximately 5 grams of lithium, for a total of 10
grams in each pack. Under normal conditions,
the battery materials are self-contained and are
not reactive as long as the batteries and the pack
integrity are maintained. Care should be taken to
prevent thermal, electrical or mechanical damage.
Protect the electrode of the battery pack to avoid
rapid electrical discharge. Discharged a battery may
lead to fluid leakage and excessive heat. Batteries
should be stored in a clean and dry area. For
maximum battery life, storage temperature should
not exceed 30°C.
WARNING
Be sure to replace the batteries or disassemble
and assemble the battery pack in a nonhazardous area. Doing so in an hazardous area
could cause an explosion.
CAUTION
When replacing the batteries, be sure to replace
the two batteries at the same time and do not
use an old and a new battery together.
■
Disassembling
1) Loosen the two battery case mounting screws.
2) Separate the battery case into two parts.
3) Remove the old batteries.
■
Assembling
1) Insert new batteries into the battery case.
Be careful to polarity.
2) Attach the two parts of the battery case to each
other. Be careful to polarity of battery case.
3) Tighten the two battery case mounting screws
to a torque of approximately 0.7 N•m.
The screw has the dropout
prevention mechanism,it is not
separated from the battery pack
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Figure 8.3
WARNING
Handling the battery pack
The following precautions must be observed
in order to safely and effectively use a battery
pack. Improper use may lead to fluid leakage,
excessive heat, ignition, or explosion.
• Never charge it.
• Do not short-circuit it.
• Do not disassemble, transform, or modify it.
• Do not heat it or throw it into a fire.
• Do not soak it in fresh water or seawater.
CAUTION
Observe the following precautions for the safe
disposal of batteries.
• Do not incinerate the battery, and do not
expose it to a high temperature of 100°C
or more. This may lead to fluid leakage or
explosion.
• Dispose of the battery according to laws and
regulations.
Disassembling the Battery Pack
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<8. Maintenance>
Use the following dedicated parts for the battery
pack and batteries.
Procedure to replace and dispose of the
batteries of the product
This is an explanation about the new EU
Battery Directive(DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC).
This directive is only valid in the EU.
Batteries are included in this product.
When you remove batteries from this product
and dispose them, discard them in accordance
with domestic law concerning disposal.
Take a right action on waste batteries, because
the collection system in the EU on waste
batteries are regulated.
■ Battery pack
Part number: F9915MA *1
■ Battery case
Part number: F9915NS *2 ( Battery case only )
■ Batteries
Part number: F9915NR
Alternatively, Tadiran TL-5930/S or SL-2780/S
batteries may be purchased and used.
*1If you need F9915MA, please purchase F9915NQ.
F9915NQ is a set of F9915MA and instruction manual.
*2If you need F9915NS, please purchase F9915NK.
F9915NK is a set of F9915NS and instruction manual.
Battery type: Primary lithium-thionyl chloride
battery
WARNING
Crossed-out dustbin symbol
Be sure to use the dedicated battery pack in an
intrinsically safe transmitter.
Be sure to use a battery pack that is indicated as
“Rev.1” for the TIIS intrinsically safe explosionproof transmitter (suffix code /JS37).
Rev.1 indication
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Figure 8.4 Where “Rev.1” appears on the battery
pack
Transportation of products containing lithium
batteries
The battery pack contains lithium batteries.
When transporting this transmitter with the
battery pack inserted, keep it in deep sleep
mode in order to conserve battery power. For
details on how to switch to deep sleep mode,
refer to subsection 7.3.11 “Switching to Deep
Sleep Mode.”
Primary lithium batteries are regulated in
transportation by the U.S. Department of
Transportation, and are also covered by
the International Air Transport Association
(IATA), the International Civil Aviation
Organization (ICAO), and the European
Ground Transportation of Dangerous Goods
(ARD). It is the responsibility of the shipper to
ensure compliance with these or any other local
requirements. Consult current regulations and
requirements before shipping.
NOTE
The symbol (see above), which is marked on the
batteries, means they shall be sorted out and
collected as ordained in ANNEXII in DIRECTIVE
2006/66/EC
8.5 Replacing the Front Door
Gasket
When the gasket is damaged, exchange of the
gasket is recommended for protection against water
and dust.
Please fit gasket (B8808DE) into the ditch of the
door in the direction of the figure not to slack.
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Figure 8.5
Fit the Front Door Gasket
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8.6 Troubleshooting
8.6.2 Example of Troubleshooting Flow
If any abnormality appears in the measured values,
use the troubleshooting flow chart below to isolate
and remedy the problem. Since some problems
have complex causes, these flow charts may
not identify all. If you have difficulty isolating or
correcting a problem, contact Yokogawa service
personnel.
The following shows an example of the flow for
troubleshooting.
8.6.1 Basic Troubleshooting Flow
First determine whether the process variable
is actually abnormal or a problem exists in the
measurement system.
If the problem is in the measurement system,
isolate the problem and decide what corrective
action to take.
This transmitter is equipped with a self-diagnostic
function which will be useful in troubleshooting.
If an error occurs with the transmitter, ALM of
the status display LED turns on. Check the selfdiagnostic result in the field wireless device
configuration tool.
Refer to this example and Table 8.3 “Problems,
Causes and Countermeasures” and locate
the problem and take the corresponding
countermeasure.
The following phenomena indicate that this
instrument may be out of operation.
[Example]
• No output signal is delivered.
• Process variable changes but the output
signal remains unchanged.
• The assessed value of the process variable
and the output are not coincident.
• Check the status display LED ( ALM (red)) .
• Connect the device configuration tool and check
self-diagnosis.
Was a faulty
area found with selfdiagnosis?
Refer to subsection 8.6.3 “Alarms and
Countermeasures”.
NO
: Areas where self-diagnostic
offers support
Abnormalities appear in
measurement
YES
Inspect the
process system
Is the sensor
correctly connected?
YES
Measurement
system problem
Is process variable
itself abnormal?
Error in measurement
NO
system
Is
the wireless device
connection correct?
Isolate problem in
measurement system
Environmental condition
Check/correct
environmental conditions
YES
Transmitter itself
Refer to the error
message list and
check for recovery
measures.
NO
Check the sensor
connection and
correct it.
NO
Connect the
wireless devices
again.
Refer to our service personnel for details.
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Check transmitter
Operation conditions
YES
Figure 8.6
Example of Troubleshooting Flow
Check/correct
operating conditions
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Figure 8.5
Basic Troubleshooting Flow
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Problems, Cause and Countermeasure
Observed Problems
Output fluctuates greatly.
Possible Cause
Countermeasure
Related Parameter
Input adjustment by user was Set or clear the user adjustment • Lin Type
not correctly done.
value.
• Sensor Range
Damping adjustment is not Set the damping adjustment to
correct.
0.
• Process Value Filter Time
Transmitter outputs fixed Input adjustment by user was Set or clear the user adjustment • Lin Type
current.
not correctly done.
value.
• Sensor Range
The simulation function is set Set the simulation function to • Simulate Switch
to ON.
OFF.
Output is reversed.
The lower limit value is greater Set the correct value to the • Lin Type
than the upper limit value.
upper limit value and the lower • Sensor Range
limit value.
• Cal Point Lo
• Cal Point Hi
Parameters cannot be The transmitter is in write Release write protect.
changed.
protect status.
• UAP Option
• Hardware Write Protect
AI1 to AI8 become all
O/S and data is not
updated.
publication period is set to 1
second and the number of
measurement points is set to 4
or more.
Set the publication period to
2 seconds or more, or set
the number of measurement
points to 3 or less. Refer
to “publication period” of
subsection 7.3.3 “Parameters
for Wireless Communication”.
• Lin Type
AI parameter cannot be
changed.
The Permitted setting of Block
Mode is not correct.
Set the Permitted setting in
Target.
• Mode
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8.6.3 Alarms and Countermeasures
Table 8.4
Factory
NAMUR
category
Alarm Message Summary
Bit
Diagnostic
Status
Diagnostic
Status Detail
Release/
recovery
conditions
(except
restart)
Output
Operation
Amplifier
temperature
sensor error
None
The output
is fixed to
±999999°C.
The sign is
dependent on
the setting of
Burn Out Type.
Replace the
amplifier.
Contact Yokogawa
service personnel.
Amplifier memory
failure
None
Same as
above
Replace the
amplifier.
Contact Yokogawa
service personnel.
None
Same as
above
Replace the
amplifier.
Contact Yokogawa
service personnel.
None
----
Replace the
amplifier.
Contact Yokogawa
service personnel.
Sensor 1 to
Sensor 8 burnout
None
The output
is fixed to
±999999°C.
The sign is
dependent on
the setting of
Burn Out Type
Replace the sensor.
CJC sensor
burnout
None
Operable at
the CJC value
(0°C).
Replace the
amplifire.
Contact Yokogawa
service personnel.
Low remaining
battery power
None
Normal action
Replace the
batteries.
Low remaining
battery power
causes switching
to deep-sleep
mode.
None
Normal action,
but power
turns off
15 minutes
after alarm is
generated.
Replace the
batteries.
Firmware internal
error
None
Normal action
Restart.
Cause
AMP ERR
Bit 27
Faults in
electronics
MEMORY
ERROR
ADC ERROR
F
Firm Update
ERR
SENSOR1 to
SENSOR8
FAILURE
Bit 26
M
Faults in
sensor or
actuator
element
Bit 19
Power is low:
maintenance
need mid-term
Bit 20
Power is
critical low:
maintenance
need short term
Bit 21
Fault
prediction:
Maintenance
required
TERM SNS
FAILURE
LOWBAT *2
LOWBAT
FOR
DEEPSLEEP
FIRMWARE
CONDITION
CHECK
Amplifier AD
converter failure
Firmware update
write error
Action
(Cont. on next page.)
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Factory
NAMUR
category
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<8. Maintenance>
Bit
Diagnostic
Status
Diagnostic
Status Detail
SENSOR1 to
SENSOR8
TEMP HI
Bit 22
Environmental
conditions
out of device
specification
SENSOR1 to
SENSOR8
TEMP LO
O
AMB TEMP
HI
Bit 22
Bit 25
Environmental
conditions
out of device
specification
Installation,
calibration
problem
AMB TEMP
LO
SENSOR1 to
SENSOR8
SPAN ADJ
ERR
SENSOR1 to
SENSOR8
ZERO ADJ
ERR
AI1 to AI8 O/S
MODE
C
Bit 24
Bit 17
Out of service
Simulation is
active
AI1 to AI8
SIMULATE
MODE
Cause
Release/
recovery
conditions
(except
restart)
Output
Operation
Action
The temperature
of sensor 1
to sensor 8 is
higher than the
temperature
specified in the
Sensor Range
parameter.
Recovers
when the
temperature
falls within
the range.
Normal action
Check the sensor
type setting and
connection method.
The temperature
of sensor 1
to sensor 8 is
lower than the
temperature
specified in the
Sensor Range
parameter.
Recovers
when the
temperature
rises within
the range.
Normal action
Check the sensor
type setting and
connection method.
The ambient
temperature
is higher than
+85°C.
Recovers
when the
temperature
falls below
+85°C.
Normal action
Check the
temperature in
the vicinity of the
transmitter.
The ambient
temperature is
lower than -40°C.
Recovers
when the
temperature
rises above
-40°C.
Normal action
Check the
temperature in
the vicinity of the
transmitter.
Sensor 1 to
sensor 8 input
adjustment range
error
Recovers
when the
input is within
the range.
Normal action
Check the input
adjustment setting.
Sensor 1 to
sensor 8 input
adjustment value
error
Recovers
when the
input value
is a normal
value.
Normal action
Check the input
adjustment setting.
AI1 to AI8 block
is O/S mode.
Recovers
when the
mode target
of AI1 to AI8
block is other
than O/S.
Hold
Check the AI1 to AI8
block setting.
Simulate Switch
of the AI1 to AI8
block is enabled
Recovers
when the
Simulate
Switch of AI1
to AI8 block
is set to
DISABLE.
Normal action
Check the AI1 to AI8
block setting.
*1:“Factory NAMUR category” refers to the four categories (C: Function check status, M: Maintenance required status, F: Failure
status, and O: Out of specification status) according to NAMUR NE107*.
*NAMUR NE107 “Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field Devices”
*2:If a search for the field wireless network continues for a long period of time in a low ambient temperature environment, the LOWBAT
alarm may occur even if new batteries are used. This is attributed to a battery characteristic.
If there is not any problem with the batteries, the LOWBAT alarm will be cleared within one hour after the transmitter joins the field
wireless network.
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Parameter Summary
Table 9.1
Parameter Summary
Object
ID
1.
UAPMO
block
9-1
<9. Parameter Summary>
Attribute
Label
ID
1
Version Revision
10
64
65
66
67
68
Description
Indicates the application revision of YTMX580. This revision
changes when the application software is downloaded.
Static Revision
When a parameter is changed, +1 is added to the previous
value. This can be used to determine whether or not the
parameter was changed.
Identification
Indicates the vendor ID, model ID, and revision of the device.
Number
1. Vender ID
2. Model ID
3. Device Revision
CTS Version
Indicates the version of the communication stack test system
(CTS).
ITS Version
Indicates the version of the interoperability test system (ITS).
Diagnostic Status Indicates the diagnostic results of the device based on the
NAMUR NE0107* model.
Setting Diagnostic Status to ON allows turning OFF and ON
the display of the diagnostic results for each summary, and
changing Categorize. For Categorize at the time of shipment,
refer to tables 7.2 “ Diagnostic Status”.
UAP OPTION
Allows setting the Diagnostic Status and write protection of UAP.
Diagnostic Status configuration
1: Enable, 0: Disable (default)
Hardware write protect
1: Enable, 0: Disable (default)
Software write protect
1: On, 0: Off (default)
The following table shows the relationship between the
hardware write protection and software write protection.
Write
protect
switch
Off or On
Off or On
Off
On
69
70
102
103
104
Default value Handling
Parameter ( UAPMO.UAP
Option)
Hardware
write
protect
Disable
Disable
Enable
Enable
Software
write
protect
Off
R**.**.**
R
0
R
1. 00594543 R
2. 1802
3. --0
R
0
---
R
R
0. Disable
W
0
W
Write
protect
statsu
No
On
Protected
Off or On
No
Off or On
Protected
Diagnostic Switch When UAP Option is set to Enable and Diagnostic Status
is set to Enable, enable or disable can be set for each bit of
Diagnostic Status.
Diagnostic
When UAP Option is set to Enable and Diagnostic Status is set
Configuration
to Enable, categories based on NAMAR NE107 can be set for
each bit of Diagnostic Status.
Diagnostic Status Detailed information on Diagnostic Status. For Categorize at the
Detail
time of shipment, refer to Table 9.2.
Energy Left
Indicates the number of days of remaining battery life assuming
ambient temperature condition as 23 degrees Celsius. The unit
is day.
Reset Energy Left Resets the remaining battery power calculation to restore it to
a remaining battery power calculation which is based on new
batteries.
0: Continue
1: Reset
Refer to Table W
9.2.
Refer to Table R
9.2.
2190
R
0 (reading
value is
always 0)
W
(Cont. on next page.)
Note: TSAP ID is 2.
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Object
ID
1.
UAPMO
(continued)
2.
UDO
block
Attribute
Label
ID
105
Power Supply
Status
110
Hardware Write
Protect
111
Radio Silence
2
DESCRIPTION
3
STATE
5
MAX_BLOCK_
SIZE
LAST_BLOCK_
DOWNLOADED
ERROR_CODE
14
16
3.
CO
block
9-2
<9. Parameter Summary>
1
2
REVISION
COMM_
ENDPOINT
3
COMM_
CONTRACT
4
5
6
Description
Indicates remaining battery life and power supply of device.
0: external powered
1: battery powered, greater than 75% remaining capacity
2: battery powered, between 25% and 75% remaining
capacity
3: battery powered, less than 25% remaining capacity
Allows recognizing the status of the hardware write protection
switch.
0: Switch OFF
1: Switch ON
Repeats a cycle of a 1-hour pause and 6-minute search if the
transmitter cannot join the network after a time specified in
Radio Silence has elapsed.
Indicates the version and model information of the downloaded
data.
Indicates the present transition state.
0: Idle
1: Downloading
2: Uploading
3: Applying
4: DLComplete
5: ULComplete
6: DLError
7: ULError
Maximum download block size. This value is smaller than the
maximum data size of APDU.
Indicates the last downloaded block number. 0 means that no
block has been downloaded.
Indicates the error codes for DLError.
0: noError
1: Timeout
2: ClientAbout
64: Apply failure
Indicates the version level of Comm_endpoint, etc.
Indicates the Endpoint information. The following shows the
components.
1. Network address of remote endpoint
2. Transport layer port at remote endpoint
3. Object ID at remote endpoint
4. Stale data limit
5. Data publication period
6. Ideal publication phase
7. PublishAutoRetransmit
8. Configuration status
Indicates the Contract information. The following shows the
components.
1. ContractID
2. Contract_Status
3. Actual_Phase
PUB_ITEM_MAX Displays the maximum number of items that can be published.
PUB_ITEM_NUM Displays the number of items that are set in PUB_ITEM.
PUB_ITEM
Sets items that are published (up to 9 items). The following
shows the components.
1. ObjectID
2. AttributeID
3. AttributeIndex
4. Size
Default value Handling
---
R
0 : OFF
R
28800
W
---
R
0 : Idle
R
64
R
0
R
0 : noErro
R
--R
1. 0000:000 W
:0000:0000
:0000:0000
:0000:0000
2. 0
3. 0
4. 0
5. 30
6. 0
7. 0
8. 0
1. 0
R
2. 0
3. 0
----1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
R
R
W
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Object
ID
Attribute
ID
4.
1
TRANSDUCER 2
block
3
5
7
8
9
10
11
5. to 12.
AI1 to AI8
block
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<9. Parameter Summary>
1
2
3
4
Label
Tag Description
Model
Serial Number
Wireless Status
Description
Memo field available to write anything. ( up to 32 letters )
Indicates the model name of the transmitter.
Indicates the device number of the transmitter.
Indicates the wireless communication status.
0: Indicates the Idle status.
1: Indicates the Join status.
2: Indicates whether Contract (Pub) has been established.
(Not established / Established)
4: Indicates whether Contract (R/W) has been established.
(Not established / Established)
LED Mode
Selects the mode of the status display LED (RDY/ALM).
0: On during operation in accordance with the display
specification.(LED ON)
1: Always Off.(LED OFF)
* For the display specifications, refer to table 3.1 “Display
Description of Status Display LED.”
YTMX Option
Indicates the optional function supported by the device. This
cannot be changed by the user.
1.Indicates the unit system used. (SI system / Other)
Special Cmd
Special function parameter.
0. Initial value at the time of reading (None)
1. Squawk mode (Squawk)
2. Deep-sleep mode (Standby)
To start from the deep-sleep mode, either remove and reinsert
the battery pack or use the configuration tool.
Utility Frequence Sets commercial power frequency cut-off filter.
0: 50Hz
1: 60Hz
Mearsurement
Displays the measurement period (unit: second).
Rate
1 to 3600
Process Value
AI1 to AI8is a temperature output object.
Displays analog value (or the corresponding process value) and
status. Setting this in CO block PUB_ITEM enables data to be
updated via wireless communication.
1. Status: Indicates the status of the AI1 to AI8 output value.
Refer to Table 9.3. ”Process Value.status.
2. Value: AI1 to AI8 output value.
Mode
A universal parameter to indicate the block’s operation status.
O/S, Auto, and Man can be selected.
1. Target: Specifies the AI1 to AI8 mode.
2. Actual: Indicates the present AI1 to AI8 mode.
3. Permitted: Indicates the mode that can be specified in
Target.
4. Normal: Indicates the AI1 to AI8 normal status mode.
0x01: O/S
0x08: Manual
0x10: Auto
Concentrator OID Indicates the Concentrator object value that corresponds to the
data update of the Process Value.
Scale
Allows specifying the upper or lower limit for the Process Value
scaling, unit code, etc. Fahrenheit (°F) and Rankine (°R) cannot
be set if the temperature unit of the option code is –A.
1. EUat 100%: Indicates the upper limit to the Process Value.
2. EU at 0%: Indicates the lower limit to the Process Value.
3. Units Index: Indicates the set unit used for the Process
Value.
< Unit >
1000: Kelvin
1001: degC ( °C )
1002: degF ( °F )
1003: Rankin
1240: V
1243: mV
1281: Ohm
4. Decimal: 1
Default value Handling
Transducer
YTMX580
--0. Idle status
W
R
R
R
0. On in
accordance
with the
display
specification
W
Specify when R
ordering
0 (reading
value is
always 0)
W
0. 50Hz
W
30
R
1. --2. ---
W
1. 0x10: Auto W
2. 0x10: Auto
3. 0x19: O/S
+ Manual +
Auto
4. 0x10: Auto
---
R
1. 100.0f
2. 0.0f
3. 1001 :
degC ( °C )
4. 1
W
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Object
ID
5. to 12.
AI1 to AI8
block
(continued)
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<9. Parameter Summary>
Attribute
Label
ID
26
Tag Description
27
28
29
30
51
52
53
57
58
59
61
Process Value
Filter Time
Description
A universal parameter to store the comment that describes the
tag. ( up to 32 letters )
Allows adjusting the damping time constant for the Process
Value. Damping time constant set longer than publication
period.
Setting unit: Second.
Simulate Switch
Switch for enabling or disabling of the simulation function for the
Al1 to Al8 objects.
1: Disable
2: Enable
Transducer Value When Simulate Switch is set to Disable, this value is used as
the input value for the AI1 to AI8 object.
The temperature value calculated from the physical value of the
sensor. The Bias value is added to the temperature value.
1. Status: Indicates the status of the AI1 to AI8 output value.
Refer to Table 9.3. ”Process Value.status.
2. Value: AI1 to AI8 output value.
Simulate Value
When Simulate Switch is set to Enable, this value is used as the
input value for the AI1 to AI8 object.
The input value can be changed, but technical unit is not
converted to output value of the AI object.
1. Status: Indicates the status of the AI1 to AI8 output value.
Refer to Table 9.3. ”Process Value.status.
2. Value: AI1 to AI8 output value.
Lin Type
Sets the sensor type.
0: Not used, 102: Pt100 (IEC751),
103: Pt200 (IEC751), 104: Pt500 (IEC751),
128: Type B (IEC584), 131: Type E (IEC584),
133: Type J (IEC584), 134: Type K (IEC584),
135: Type N (IEC584), 136: Type R (IEC584),
137: Type S (IEC584), 138 Type T (IEC584),
240: mV, 241: Ohm, 242: V
Bias
Adds the BIAS temperature value to the temperature value. This
is set as a temperature value to which a value converted to the
unit set in the Units Index of Sensor Range is added.
Sensor Range
Indicates the basic information on the sensor used.
1. EU at 100%: Indicates the upper limit of the sensor set in
Lin Type.
2. EU at 0%: Indicates the lower limit of the sensor set in Lin
Type.
3. Units Index: Sets the unit for Transducer Value,
Simulate Value, Bias, EU at 100%, EU at 0%, Reference
Junction Temp and External Reference Junction Vale.
4. Decimal: 0
Reference
Indicates the terminal block temperature value for the cold
Junction Temp
junction compensation.
Selection of
Sets the cold junction compensation when using the
Reference
thermocouple sensor.
Junction
0: No cold conjunction compensation (No Reference).
1: Internal temperature value (Internal).
2: External temperature value (External).
External
Sets the external temperature Sets the external temperature
Reference
when setting the cold junction temperature value of the
Junction Value
thermocouple to the external temperature value in Selection of
Reference Junction.
Sensor
Sets the number of connections when Lin Type is the resistance
Connection
temperature sensor.
0: 2-wire (Two Wires)
1: 3-wire (Three Wires)
2: 4-wire (Four Wires)
Default value Handling
Sensor*
W
The asterisk
(*) indicates
the sensor
input number.
15. of
W
1: Disable
W
1. --2. ---
R
1. --2. ---
W
102: Pt100
W
0.0f
W
1. 850.0f
2. -200.0f
3. 1001:
degC ( °C )
4. 0
W
---
R
1: Internal
temperature
value
W
0.0f
W
1: 3-wire
W
(Cont. on next page.)
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ID
5. to 12.
AI1 to AI8
block
(continued)
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<9. Parameter Summary>
Attribute
Label
ID
102
Sensor Serial
Number
103
Cal Point Lo
104
Cal Point Hi
105
Cal Point Clear
106
Process Value
Type
107
Reference
Junction Unit
108
Burn Out Type
Description
Indicates the serial number of the sensor, which corresponds to
the tag assigned to the temperature sensor.
Sets the zero-point adjustment for the input adjustment (zerogain adjustment ) of the sensor.
Be sure to perform adjustment with Cal Point (zero-point) first.
Sets the gain-point adjustment for the input adjustment (zerogain adjustment) of the sensor.
Resets the input adjustment value of the sensor to the factory
setting.
0: None
1: Clear
Selects data to output to Process Value.Value.
0. % value after the scaling process is performed. (Indirect)
1. Actual target value after the filter process is performed.
(Direct)
Default value Handling
---
W
---
W
---
W
0: None
W
0: % value
after the
scaling
process is
performed
1001: degC
( °C )
W
Sets the unit for Reference Junction Temp and External
Reference Junction Value.
Select any of °C (Celsius), K (Kelvin), °F (Fahrenheit), and °R
(Rankine).
Fahrenheit (°F) and Rankine (°R) cannot be set if the
temperature unit of the option code is –A.
* Refer to the units for the “ Scale ”.
Sets the burnout.
1. Up
Enabled when “ Lin Type ” is set to other than mV or V.
0: OFF. Burnout is not set.
1: UP. If the sensor burns out, the measurement result is
fixed to + over range.
2: DOWN. If the sensor burns out, the measurement result is
fixed to - over range.
W
W
(Note)R: Read only, W: Read and Write
(Note)“Factory NAMUR category” refers to the four categories (C: Function check status, M: Maintenance required status, F: Failure
status, and O: Out of specification status) according to NAMUR NE107*.
* NAMUR NE107 “Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field Devices”
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Table 9.2
Bit
9-6
<9. Parameter Summary>
Diagnostic Status Detail
Diagnostic Status Detail
Diagnostic Status Detail.1
31
AMP ERR
30
MEMORY ERR
27
Firm Update ERR
26
ADC ERR
21
TERM SNS FAILURE
20
AMB TEMP HI
19
AMB TEMP LO
15
LOWBAT
14
LOWBAT FOR DEEPSLEEP
11
FIRMWARE CONDITION CHECK
Diagnostic Status Detail.2
31
SENSOR1 FAILURE
30
SENSOR2 FAILURE
29
SENSOR3 FAILURE
28
SENSOR4 FAILURE
27
SENSOR5 FAILURE
26
SENSOR6 FAILURE
25
SENSOR7 FAILURE
24
SENSOR8 FAILURE
15
SENSOR1 TEMP HI
14
SENSOR2 TEMP HI
13
SENSOR3 TEMP HI
12
SENSOR4 TEMP HI
11
SENSOR5 TEMP HI
10
SENSOR6 TEMP HI
9
SENSOR7 TEMP HI
8
SENSOR8 TEMP HI
7
SENSOR1 TEMP LO
6
SENSOR2 TEMP LO
5
SENSOR3 TEMP LO
4
SENSOR4 TEMP LO
3
SENSOR5 TEMP LO
2
SENSOR6 TEMP LO
1
SENSOR7 TEMP LO
0
SENSOR8 TEMP LO
Diagnostic Status Detail.3
31
SENSOR1 SPAN ADJ ERR
30
SENSOR2 SPAN ADJ ERR
29
SENSOR3 SPAN ADJ ERR
28
SENSOR4 SPAN ADJ ERR
27
SENSOR5 SPAN ADJ ERR
26
SENSOR6 SPAN ADJ ERR
25
SENSOR7 SPAN ADJ ERR
24
SENSOR8 SPAN ADJ ERR
23
SENSOR1 ZERO ADJ ERR
22
SENSOR2 ZERO ADJ ERR
21
SENSOR3 ZERO ADJ ERR
20
SENSOR4 ZERO ADJ ERR
19
SENSOR5 ZERO ADJ ERR
18
SENSOR6 ZERO ADJ ERR
17
SENSOR7 ZERO ADJ ERR
16
SENSOR8 ZERO ADJ ERR
Description
Diagnostic
Status
assignment
bit
NAMUR
Amplifier failure
Memory failure
Firmware write error
AD Converter failure
CJC sensor burnout
Ambient temperature higher limit scale out
Ambient temperature lower limit scale out
Low battery
Deep sleep due to low battery
Firmware internal error
Bit27
Bit27
Bit27
Bit27
Bit26
Bit22
Bit22
Bit19
Bit20
Bit21
F
F
F
F
F
O
O
M
M
M
Sensor 1 burnout
Sensor 2 burnout
Sensor 3 burnout
Sensor 4 burnout
Sensor 5 burnout
Sensor 6 burnout
Sensor 7 burnout
Sensor 8 burnout
Sensor 1 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 2 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 3 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 4 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 5 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 6 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 7 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 8 temperature higher limit scale out
Sensor 1 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 2 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 3 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 4 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 5 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 6 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 7 temperature lower limit scale out
Sensor 8 temperature lower limit scale out
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit26
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
Bit22
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Sensor 1 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 2 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 3 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 4 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 5 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 6 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 7 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 8 faulty input of span adjustment value
Sensor 1 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 2 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 3 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 4 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 5 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 6 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 7 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Sensor 8 faulty input of zero adjustment value
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
Bit25
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
(Cont. on next page.)
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Diagnostic Status Detail
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
9-7
<9. Parameter Summary>
Description
AI1 O/S MODE
AI2 O/S MODE
AI3 O/S MODE
AI4 O/S MODE
AI5 O/S MODE
AI6 O/S MODE
AI7 O/S MODE
AI8 O/S MODE
AI1 SIMULATE MODE
AI2 SIMULATE MODE
AI3 SIMULATE MODE
AI4 SIMULATE MODE
AI5 SIMULATE MODE
AI6 SIMULATE MODE
AI7 SIMULATE MODE
AI8 SIMULATE MODE
Table 9.3
Diagnostic
Status
assignment
bit
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit24
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
Bit17
AI1 O/S Mode
AI2 O/S Mode
AI3 O/S Mode
AI4 O/S Mode
AI5 O/S Mode
AI6 O/S Mode
AI7 O/S Mode
AI8 O/S Mode
AI1 SIMULATE MODE
AI2 SIMULATE MODE
AI3 SIMULATE MODE
AI4 SIMULATE MODE
AI5 SIMULATE MODE
AI6 SIMULATE MODE
AI7 SIMULATE MODE
AI8 SIMULATE MODE
NAMUR
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Process Value.Status
Status value
0x80
0x03
0x0F
0x13
0x1F
0x48
0x50
0x54
Description
Normal (Good_NonCascade::NonSpecific:NotLimited)
Sensor unused (Bad::NonSpecific:Constant)
Device error (Bad::DeviceFailure::Constant)
Sensor burnout (Bad::SensorFailure:Constant)
O/S Mode (Bad::OutOfService:Constant)
Manual mode (Uncertain::SubstitutedOrManualEntry:NotLimited)
Outside of the measurement range (Uncertain::SensorConversionInaccurate:NotLimited)
Maladjustment (Uncertain::RangeLimitsExceeded:NotLimited)
AI algorithm
Operator
Mode and
Process Value.Status handling
Mode.Target
Reference Junction Temp
Selection of Reference Junction
RJ.
Lin Type
NO REF
Linearization
External
Reference
Junction Value
Sensor
Signal
Input
Operator
Linearization
+
Process
Value
SIMULATE
Switch
Simulate
value
+
Filtering
Scale
Process
Value
Transducer
value
Man
Process
Value
Process
Value Type
INPUT_RANGE
Bias
Process
Value
AI publish
O/S
Auto
Process Value Filter Time
Scale
Operator
E0901.ai
Fig 9.1 Example schema of analog input object
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10-1
<10. General Specifications>
10. General Specifications
10.1 General Specification
■
■
Number of Input
WIRELESS SPECIFICATIONS
Communication Protocol
ISA100.11a ( IEEE802.15.4 ) protocol
Data Rate
250 kbps
Frequency
2400 - 2483.5 MHz license free ISM band
Radio Security
AES 128 bit codified
RF Transmitter Power
Max. 11.6 dBm ( fixed )
Antenna
+2 dBi Omni directional type
■
MEASUREMENT RANGE
See Table 10.1
■
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy
See Table 10.1
Cold Junction Compensation Accuracy
For T/C only
± 0.5 °C ( ±0.9 °F ) ( added to accuracy )
Ambient Temperature Effect ( per 1.0°C change )
See Table 10.2
Battery Pack
Battery pack with long life lithium-thionyl
chloride batteries. With the intrinsically safe
type, the battery pack is replaceable in a
hazardous area. Typical battery life is 6 years at
60 seconds publication period in the following
conditions.*
• Network connection: JOIN status
• Ambient temperature: 23±2 °C
• Device role: IO function only
• LED indicator: off
* Environmental condition such as ambient
temperature and vibration may affect the
battery life.
FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
channels: 8 points
Input Signal
Thermocouples: B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T ( IEC584 )
RTDs: Pt100, Pt200, and Pt500 ( IEC751 )
2-, 3-, and 4-wire
DC volts: mV ( -10 to 100mV )
V ( -0.01 to 1V )
Resistance: 2-, 3-, and 4-wire resistance
( 0 to 2000 Ohm )
DC miliamperes: mA ( 4 to 20mA, with external
shunt resistors.).
Note: Explosion proofing not applicable during
DC voltages, DC miliamperes input.
Maximum Allowable Input Voltage
±2.5V DC
Category O (Transient overvoltage 330V)
Input Resistance
10 MΩ or more
Input Signal Source Resistance ( for T/C, mV )
1 kΩ or lower
Input Lead Wire Resistance ( for RTD, Ohm )
10 Ω per wire or lower
Output
Wireless ( ISA100.11a protocol ) 2.4 GHz
signal.
Publication Period ( Update Time )
1 to 3600 sec selectable
Minimum of 2 seconds with 4 or more
measuring points.
If the time is 4 seconds or less, the check
process of wireless communication may have
an impact.
Zero-gain Adjustment
Set the amount of zero-gain point adjustment
Status Display
The RDY ( green ) and ALM ( red ) LEDs
indicate the following statuses: Starting,
Running, Waiting to “JOIN” ( network ),
Squawk, Alarm, Deep Sleep
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Sensor Burnout
Explosion-proof Construction
Select HIGH, LOW or OFF as the configuration.
( set using software )
FM, CSA, ATEX, IECEx, TIIS intrinsically safe
approval
* FM: Nonincendive ( Class I )
CSA: Non-incendive ( Class I )
Self Diagnostics
Amplifier failure, sensor failure, configuration
error, battery alarm, wireless communication
alarm and over-range error for process
variables.
Software Download Function
■
The following 2 device roles are supported
depending on the network topology.
• IO Function only ( IO )
• IO Function and Routing Function
( IO + Router )
Ambient Temperature Limits
- 40 to 85 °C ( - 40 to 185 °F )
As for explosion protect type, see
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE STATEMENTS
Ambient Humidity Limits
0 to 100 % RH
Storage Temperature
- 40 to 85 °C ( - 40 to 185 °F )
Vibration
Infrared Communication
Data rate:9600bps
Distance:Infrared surface of the near infrared
adapter should be within 30 cm
Power Supply
2x primary lithium-thionyl chloride batteries
(size D)
With battery case (batteries sold separately)
Insulation Resistance
Measuring input terminal to ground terminal:
100 MΩ or greater ( at 500 VDC )
Dielectric Strength
Dielectric strength that can withstand the
following conditions
Measuring input terminal to ground terminal:
500 VAC ( 50/60 Hz ), 1 min, leakage
current of 5 mA or less
Between measuring input terminal:
200 VAC ( 50/60 Hz ), 1 min, leakage
current of 5 mA or less
NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION
( Optional features or approval codes may affect
limits. )
Software download function permits to update
wireless field device software via ISA100.11a
wireless communication.
Device Role
10-2
<10. General Specifications>
3 G or less, at resonant frequencies from 10 to
2000 Hz ( IEC 60770-1 )
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
STATEMENTS
Safety Standards
EN61010-1, EN61010-2-030,
CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-12,
CSA C22.2 No.61010-2-030-12,
UL61010-1, UL61010-2-030 ( CSA NRTL/C )
Overvoltage Category I Pollution Degree 2
Indoor/Outdoor use
EMC Conformity Standards
EN61326-1 Class A Table 2 ( For use in
industrial locations ), EN61326-2-3, EN 301
489-1, EN 301 489-17
R&TTE Conformity Standards
ETSI EN 300 328, ETSI EN 301 489-1,
ETSI EN 301 489-17, EN60950-1,EN62311
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Regulation Conformity of the Wireless Module
•
•
•
FCC Approval: Part15
IC Approval: RSS GEN, RSS 210
Japanese Radio Law:
Wireless equipment specified in No.19, Clause
1, Article 2 of the Certification Rule; 2.4 GHz
Sophisticated Low Power Data Communication
System ( Construction Design Attestation
Number: 007WWCUL0480 )
Korea Certification ( Radio Wave Act )
한국어 (Korean)
본제품은, KC마크 적합품입니다.
등록번호: KCC-REM-YHQ-WEN007
기기명칭 :특정소줄력 무선기기
(무선데이터통신시스템용 무선기기)
제조 년월 : 제품본체의 주명판에 기재
신청자
: 요꼬가와전기(주)
제조자
: 요꼬가와전기(주)
제조국가 : 일본
영어 (English)
This is a conforming product to KC marking (
Korean Certification ).
Registration No.: KCC-REM-YHQ-WEN007
EQUIPMENT NAME : WIRELESS
TRANSMITTER
DATE OF MANUFACTURE : See the
nameplate of the product.
APPLICANT : YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC CORP.
MANUFACTURER : YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC
CORP.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN : JAPAN
EMC and Radiocommunications regulatory
arrangement in Australia and New Zealand
(RCM)
AS/NZS 4268
AS/NZS 2772.2
EN61326-1 Class A, Table2 (For use in
industrial location)
10-3
<10. General Specifications>
Explosion Protect
FM Intrinsically safe,nonincendive Approval
Intrinsically Safe for Class I, Division 1, Groups
A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 1,
Groups E, F & G and Class III, Division 1, Class
I, Zone 0, in Hazardous
Locations, AEx ia IIC
Nonincendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A,
B, C & D, Class II, Division. 2,
Groups F & G and Class III, Division 1, Class I,
Zone 2, Group IIC, in Hazardous Locations
Sensor Circuit Parameter: Voc, Uo= 5.88 V,
Isc, Io = 130.1 mA, Po = 191.2 mW,
Ca, Co = 1 μF, La, Lo = 1 mH
Ambient Temperature: –50 to 70 °C (- 58 to 158 °F )
CSA Intrinsically safe Approval
Intrinsically Safe for Class I, Division 1, Groups
A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F &
G, Class III, Division 1
Non-incendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C & D, Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G,
Class III, Division 1
Enclosure: Type 4X, IP66/IP67
Temperature Code: T4
Ambient Temperature: –50 to 70 °C
Ex ia IIC T4
Sensor Circuit Parameter: Uo= 5.88 V, Io= 130.1 mA, Po= 191.2 mW, Co= 1 μF, Lo= 1 mH
ATEX Intrinsically safe Approval
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Sensor Circuit Parameter: Uo= 5.88 V, Io= 130.1 mA, Po=191.2 mW, Co= 1μF,
Lo= 1 mH
Ambient Temperature: –50 to 70 °C
IECEx Intrinsically safe Approval
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
Sensor Circuit Parameter: Uo= 5.88 V, Io= 130.1 mA, Po= 191.2 mW, Co= 1 μF, Lo= 1 mH
Ambient Temperature: –50 to 70 °C
TIIS Intrinsically safe Approval
Ex ia IIC T4 X
Power Supply : Battery pack (F9915MA) or
battery case (F9915NS) DC 7.2V
Sensor Input Circuit : Uo=5.88V, Io=130.1mA,
Po=191.3mW, Co=1μF, Lo=1mH
Ambient Temperature: –20 to 60 °C
* The remote antenna model (antenna suffix
code B) is not applicable.
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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Housing
Low copper cast aluminum alloy
Coating
• Standard coating
polyurethane, mint-green paint. (Munsell 5.6BG
3.3/2.9 or its equivalent)
• High anti-corrosion coating (Option Code /X2)
Base coating: epoxy resin coating
Finish coating: polyurethane coating
The color is same as standard type.
Degrees of Protection
IP66/IP67, NEMA Type 4X
Connections
G 1/2 female, 1/2-14 NPT female, or M20 X 1.5
female
Connection Terminal
<10. General Specifications>
■
10-4
Accessories
Remote Antenna Cable (optional accessories)
(Only by order of option)
Specification of Cable: 8D-SFA(HDPE)
Outside Diameter of Cable: 11.1 mm
Minimum Bend Radius: 67 mm (when fixing)
167 mm (when wiring)
Cable End Treatment: N type connector, one
end is male and the other is female.
Operationl Temperature Range: -40 to +85 °C
( - 40 to 185 °F )
* “When fixing” shows the bending radius for
fixing (thestate is maintained for a long time).
“When wiring” shows the bending radius while
checking the wiring position. This bending
radius is set larger than that for fixing in order to
prevent damage to the cable because the cable
is likely to be repeatedly bent when checking
the final wiring position.
4mm screw terminal
Name plate and tag
316 SST
Mounting Bracket
316 SST
Select pipe mounting or wall mounting
Weight
3.2 kg (7.05 lb)
Without mounting bracket.
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Table 10.1
<10. General Specifications>
Sensor type, measurement range, and accuracy
Sensor Type
Standard
Measurement Range
100 to 1820 °C ( 212.0 to 3308.0 °F )
B
E
-200 to 1000 °C ( -328.0 to 1832.0 °F )
J
-180 to 760 °C ( -292.0 to 1400.0 °F )
K
T/C
IEC584
N
-180 to 1372 °C ( -292.0 to 2501.6 °F )
-200 to 1300 °C ( -328.0 to 2372.0 °F )
0 to 1768 °C ( 32.0 to 3214.4 °F )
R
0 to 1768 °C ( 32.0 to 3214.4 °F )
S
T
Pt100
-200 to 400 °C ( -328.0 to 752.0 °F )
-200 to 850 °C ( -328.0 to 1562.0 °F )
Pt200
-200 to 850 °C ( -328.0 to 1562.0 °F )
RTD
IEC751
Pt500
mV
V
Ohm
Note1:
Note2:
Note3:
Note4:
10-5
-200 to 850 °C ( -328.0 to 1562.0 °F )
-
-10 to 100 [mV]
-0.01 to 1 [V]
0 to 2000 [Ω]
Accuracy
Accuracy not guaranteed for less
than 400 °C ( 752.0 °F )
± 2.54 °C ( ± 4.57 °F ) in the range
from 400 °C ( 752.0 °F ) or more to
less than 800 °C ( 1472.0 °F )
± 1.54 °C ( ± 2.78 °F ) for 800 °C (
1472.0 °F) or more
± 0.80 °C ( ± 1.44 °F ) for less than
0°C (32.0 °F )
± 0.40 °C ( ± 0.72 °F ) for 0 °C (
32.0 °F ) or more
± 0.80 °C ( ± 1.44 °F ) for less than
0 °C (32.0 °F )
± 0.70 °C ( ± 1.26 °F ) for 0 °C (
32.0 °F ) or more
± 1.10 °C ( ± 1.98 °F ) for less than
0 °C (32.0 °F )
± 1.00 °C ( ± 1.80 °F ) for 0 °C (
32.0 °F ) or more
± 2.00 °C ( ± 3.60 °F ) for less than
0 °C (32.0 °F )
± 1.00 °C ( ± 1.80 °F ) for 0°C (
32.0 °F ) or more
± 2.00 °C ( ± 3.60 °F ) for less than
200 °C( 392.0 °F )
± 1.50 °C ( ± 2.70 °F ) for 200 °C (
392.0 °F ) or more
± 2.00 °C ( ± 3.60 °F ) for less than
200 °C ( 392.0 °F )
± 1.40 °C ( ± 2.52 °F ) for 200 °C (
392.0 °F ) or more
± 0.70 °C ( ± 1.26 °F )
± 0.30 °C ( ± 0.54 °F ) for less than
400 °C ( 752.0 °F )
± 0.40 °C ( ± 0.72 °F ) in the range
from 400 °C ( 752.0 °F ) or more to
less than 500 °C ( 932.0 °F )
± 0.50 °C ( ± 0.90 °F ) for 500 °C (
932.0 °F ) or more
± 0.54 °C ( ± 0.98 °F ) for less than
400 °C ( 752.0 °F )
± 0.64 °C ( ± 1.15 °F ) in the range
from 400 °C ( 752.0 °F ) or more to
less than 500 °C ( 932.0 °F )
± 0.74 °C ( ± 1.33 °F ) for 500 °C (
932.0 °F ) or more
± 0.38 °C ( ± 0.68 °F ) for less than
400 °C ( 752.0 °F )
± 0.48 °C ( ± 0.86 °F ) in the range
from 400 °C ( 752.0 °F ) or more to
less than 500 °C ( 932.0 °F )
± 0.58 °C ( ± 1.04 °F ) for 500 °C (
932.0 °F ) or more
± 0.035 [mV]
± 0.001 [V]
± 1.0 [Ω]
For T/C input, add Cold Junction Compensation Accuracy (± 0.5 °C) to the total accuracy.
For RTD input of the 2-wire connection, add a corrected value (± 0.1 °C) to the total accuracy.
For DC miliamperes (4 to 20 mA), connect external shunt resistors.
Explosion proofing not applicable to [DC volts, DC miliamperes].
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Effects of ambient temperature
Sensor Type
B
E
J
T/C
K
N
R, S
T
Pt100
Pt200
RTD
Pt500
mV
V
Ohm
Note1:
Note2:
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Temperature Effects per 1.0 °C Change in Ambient
Temperature
0.2 °C - ( 0.066 % of ( t - 100 ) )
0.07 °C - ( 0.0057 % of ( t - 300 ) )
0.037 °C
0.035 °C - ( 0.00492 % of t )
t < 300 °C
300 °C ≤ t < 1000 °C
t ≥ 1000 °C
t < 0 °C
0.035 °C - ( 0.00146 % of t )
t ≥ 0 °C
0.0039 °C - ( 0.00529 % of t )
0.0039 °C + ( 0.00149 % of t )
0.00521 °C - ( 0.00707 % of t )
0.00521 °C + ( 0.00182 % of t )
0.0077 °C - ( 0.00918 % of t )
0.0077 °C + ( 0.00136 % of t )
0.04 °C 0 + ( 0.0102 % of t )
0.0316 °C - ( 0.001 % of t )
0.0175 °C + ( 0.00173 % of t )
0.00513 °C - ( 0.00631 % of t )
0.00513 °C + ( 0.0008 % of t )
0.0048 °C + ( 0.0016 % of absolute value t )
0.0038 °C + ( 0.0015 % of absolute value t )
0.0028 °C + ( 0.0016 % of t )
0.003 °C + ( 0.0014 % of absolute value t )
0.002 °C + ( 0.0016 % of t )
0.0002 mV + ( 0.0015 % of reading )
0.005 mV + ( 0.0015 % of reading )
0.001 Ω + ( 0.0009 % of reading )
t < 0 °C
t ≥ 0 °C
t < 0 °C
t ≥ 0 °C
t < 0 °C
t ≥ 0 °C
t < 100 °C
100 °C ≤ t < 600 °C
t ≥ 600 °C
t < 0 °C
t ≥ 0 °C
Entire Sensor Input Range
t < 650 °C
t ≥ 650 °C
t < 650 °C
t ≥ 650 °C
Entire Sensor Input Range
Entire Sensor Input Range
Entire Sensor Input Range
Measurement Range
The “t” on Table 10.2 means the value of the reading in °C.
The “absolute value t” on Table 10.2 means the absolute value of the reading in °C.
[ Example of absolute value t ]
When the temperature value is 250 Kelvin, abs reading is 23.15, absolute (250 - 273.15).
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10.2 Model and Suffix Codes
Model
YTMX580
Output Signal
Housing
Suffix Code
-L
7
Electrical Connection
Integral Indicator
0
2
4
N
Mounting Bracket
Power Supply
Antenna*5
L
W
N
-A
A
B
Temperature unit
--Option Codes
-A
-B
A
Descriptions
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
Wireless communication ( ISA100.11a )
Always 7
G 1/2 female, nine electrical connections
1/2 NPT female, nine electrical connections
M20 female, nine electrical connections
None
316 SST 2-inch pipe mounting
316 SST wall mounting*1
None
Battery ( case only, battery not included ), with a blind plug
Integral antenna
Remote antenna*4 *6
Cel, K*2
Cel, K, degF, degR*3
Always A
Optional specifications ( See Option Code )
*1:
*2:
*3:
For wall mounting, please prepare bolts and nuts.
This is a Japan-only specification (only available to end users inside Japan).
In Japan, degF (°F) and degR (°R) are non-statutory measurement units. Suffix code -B can only be specified by end users outside
of Japan.
*4: Order the remote antenna cables separately from accessary option.
*5: Use of antenna is limited by local regulation of radio and telecommunication law. Consult Yokogawa for details.
*6
Not selectable for TIIS explosion proof specifications (suffix code: /JS37).
Note: “ Cel “ means “ °C “, “ degF “ means “ °F “ and “ degR “ means “ °R “.
10.3 Optional Specification
Item
Coating
Factory configured settings
*1:
Description
High anti-corrosion coating
Factory configuraed setting with multiple inputs/ ranges
Option Code
/X2
/FC1*1
If the option code related to explosion protection is specified, Either DCV (mV) or DCV (V) as sensor type is should NOT be applied.
Table A. Settings upon shipment
Tag No.
Sensor type
Number of wires for RTD
Calibration range lower limit
Calibration range Upper limit
Calibration unit
“Blank” or as specified in order
As specified in order
“ 3-wires ” or as specified in order
See Table 10.1. Measurement Range or as specified in order
10.4 Optional Specifications (For Explosion Protected type)
Item
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
Factory Mutual (FM)
Japanese Industrial Standards (TIIS)
ATEX
IECEx Scheme
*1:
*2
Description
Option Code
CSA Intrinsically safe and Approval non-incendive approval
/CS17*1
FM intrinsically safe and nonincendive approval
/FS17*1
TIIS intrinsically safe approval
/JS37*1*2
ATEX intrinsically safe approval
/KS27*1
IECEx intrinsically safe approval
/SS27*1
/CS17, /FS17, /JS37,/KS27, /SS27 cannot be specified together.
/JS37 can be specified on Integral antenna models (Suffix Code for Antenna is “A”).
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10.5 Standard Accessories
Product
User’s manual ( Booklet )
Qty
1
Mounting bracket ( 2-inch pipe mounting or wall mounting )
*1
1 set
Battery case ( installed in the main body. )
1
Remote antenna
1
*2
*1:
*2:
Not included if specifying no mounting brackets (mounting bracket suffix code is N).
With the remote antenna option (Antenna Type suffix code B).
10.6 Optional Accessories
Product
Antenna cable*1
Antenna*1
*1:
Model code (part number)
Specification
F9193UA
Antenna cable 1 m, Operationl temperature range: -40
to +85 °C, With remote antenna mounting bracket.
F9193UB
Antenna cable 3 m, Operationl temperature range: -40
to +85 °C, With remote antenna mounting bracket.
F9193UC
Antenna cable 4 m (1 m+3 m) with arrestor, Operationl
temperature range: -40 to +85 °C, With remote antenna
mounting bracket.
F9193UD
Antenna cable 6 m (3 m+3 m) with arrestor, Operationl
temperature range: -40 to +85 °C, With remote antenna
mounting bracket.
F9193UE
Antenna cable 13 m (3 m+10 m) with arrestor,
Operationl temperature range: -40 to +85 °C, With
remote antenna mounting bracket.
F9193DH
+2dBi Remote Antenna (White)
Use of remote antenna cable is limited by local regulation of radio and telecommunication law. Consult Yokogawa for details.
Product
Model code (part number)
Specification
Battery pack assembly
F9915NQ *1
Battery case, Lithium-thionyl chloride batteries 2 pieces
Battery case
F9915NK *2
Battery case only
Batteries
F9915NR
Lithium-thionyl chloride batteries, 2 pieces
Front door part
B8808DE
Front door Gasket, 1 piece
B8808DM
Front door Bolt Cap (Long) , 1 piece
B8808DN
Front door Bolt Cap (Short) , 1 piece
B8808EM
Front door Bolt SUS316, 1 piece
Bracket
B8808DW
2B Pipe Mounting Bracket SUS316
B8808DV
Wall Mounting Bracket SUS316
Shunt resistor
X010-050-1
50Ω± 0.1%, for 4mm screw terminals,Operationl
temperature range: -25 to +80 ℃
*1:
*2:
If you need F9915MA, please purchase F9915NQ. F9915NQ is a set of F9915MA and instruction manual.
If you need F9915NS, please purchase F9915NK. F9915NK is a set of F9915NS and instruction manual.
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Model
Surffix Code
YTMXBP
Type and Quantity
10-9
Description
Blind plug for electrical connection
-A1
G 1/2, 1piece
-A4
G 1/2, 4pieces
-A7
G 1/2, 7pieces
-C1
1/2 NPT, 1piece
-C4
1/2 NPT, 4pieces
-C7
1/2 NPT, 7pieces
-D1
M20, 1piece
-D4
M20, 4pieces
-D7
M20, 7pieces
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10.7 Dimensions
●
2-inch vertical pipe mounting
Unit: mm (approx. inch)
147.3 (5.80)
67.3
45.2
(2.65)
(1.78)
118 (4.65)
118 (4.65)
133.8 (5.27)
120 (4.72)
48
48
48
125 (4.92)
2-inch pipe
(O.D. 60mm)
Electrical connection
(1.89)
48
(1.89)
48
48
30
(1.18)
55.8
(2.20)
□ Height of directly attach the remote antenna to the body
335.5 (13.21)
48
110 (4.33)
173 (6.81)
253.5 (9.98)
Mounting
bracket
E1001.ai
Note: If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, for dimentions less than 10mm, the tolerance is ±0.3mm.
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2-inch horizontal pipe mounting
Unit: mm (approx. inch)
147.3 (5.80)
45.2
(1.78)
110 (4.33)
89.5 (3.52)
173 (6.81)
164 (6.46)
67.3
(2.65)
253.8 (9.99)
48
48
125 (4.92)
Electrical connection
48
(1.18)
(2.20)
246 (9.69)
30
□ Height of directly attach the remote antenna to the body
48
89.5 (3.52)
48
(1.89)
48
55.8
48
(1.89)
2-inch pipe
(O.D. 60mm)
E1002.ai
Note: If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, for dimentions less than 10mm, the tolerance is ±0.3mm.
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Wall mounting
Unit: mm (approx. inch)
4-Ø6.2 (0.24) hole
256 (10)
48
184 (7.24)
143 (5.63)
10
(0.39)
276 (10.87)
48
(1.89)
256 (10.08)
10
164 (6.46)
Mounting bracket
48
48
Electrical connection
48
4-Φ6.2±0.2 hole
or M5 tapping
164±0.5(6.46±0.02)
□ Wall mounting dimensions
338 (13.31)
48
335.5 (13.21)
30
51.3
48
(1.89)
(2.02) (1.18)
□ Height of directly attach the remote antenna to the body
256±0.5(10.08±0.02)
E1003.ai
Note: If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, for dimentions less than 10mm, the tolerance is ±0.3mm.
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Remote antenna bracket
Unit: mm (approx. inch)
17 (0.67) 71.7 (2.82)
37.3 (1.47)
87.7 (3.45)
135 (5.31)
292 (11.50)
17.5 (0.69)
minimum R67
2-inch pipe
98 (3.86)
E1004.ai
●
Remote Antenna / Cable
□ Antenna
□ Remote antenna
Antenna
High-frequency coaxial cable
* Non-direction antenna
*Sheath dia. : 11.1 mm
* Gain : +2 dBi
* Part Number : F9193DH
<Without arrester>
<With arrester>
150
Antenna
Ø20.5
Antenna
18
Cable 2
Length : 3 m or 10 m
(selectable)
Arrester
Cable
Length : 1 m or 3 m
(selectable)
Main unit
Cable 1
Length : 1 m or 3 m
(selectable)
Main unit
E1005.ai
Note: If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, for dimentions less than 10mm, the tolerance is ±0.3mm.
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● Terminal Configuration
Infrared Configuration
Infrared port
Ground terminal
E1006.ai
Ground terminal
●
E1007.ai
Input Wiring
(A)
(a)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(+)
(–)
two-wire
RTD or ohm
T/C or DC milivolts
(b)
(B)
(b)
(B)
three-wire
RTD or ohm
four-wire
RTD or ohm
E1008.ai
(–)
4~20mA
Device
(–)
50Ω
(+)
Power
Supply
(+)
Current(4~20mA)
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Revision Information
 Title
: YTMX580
Multi-Input Temperature Transmitter
 Manual No. : IM 04R01B01-01EN
Edition
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Date
Page
Sep. 2011
—
Feb. 2012 1-2, 2-1, 2-4,
2-5, 10-2
10-3, 10-7
—
July. 2012 2-3 to 2-10
—
Feb. 2014
Revised Item
New publication
• Additions of descriptions for regulatory compliance statements ( CE, FCC,
IC, KC ).
• additions of operationl temperature range for remote antenna cable.
• Corrections
• Added support for Explosion Protected Type Instrument.
• Change the KC Marking Certification No.
• Corrections
1-2
Addition of the Control of Pollution Caused by the Product.
1-3
Addition of the safety symbols.
2-1, 4-3, 10-13 Change of dimension (Remote antenna and mounting hardware).
2-1, 2-8, 2-9
Change the name plate.
2-11, 10-1, 10-2 Support for Compliant with Safety Standards (IEC/EN/UL/CSA 61010-1 3rd
edition).
2-9 to 2-11, 8-3, Support for TIIS intrinsically safe approval.
8-5, 10-2, 10-3,
10-7
2-11
Change for EMC Conformity Standards, Safty Standard.
2-13, 10-3
Addition of the EMC and Radiocommunications regulatory arrangement in
Australia and New Zealand(RCM).
10-6
Correct (Temperature Effects per 1.0 °C Change in Ambient of sensor
Temperature of sensor type B).
Other addition and correct.
2-4, 2-5, 2-11,
2-12, 3-1, 4-3,
5-1, 5-5, 7-14,
8-1, 10-2,10-4,
10-5, 10-6,
10-7, 10-8
10-4, 10-8
Change of operationl temperature range (antenna cable).
10-8
Addition of the optional accessories.
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