DK
UK
FR
DE
ES
RU
9116
Universal
converter
G
N
DI
N
PE
PE
N
DI
N
G
No. 9116V101-IN (1031)
Product version: 9116-001
SIGNALS THE BEST
DK
PR electronics A/S tilbyder et bredt program af analoge og digitale
signalbehandlingsmoduler til industriel automation. Programmet
består af Isolatorer, Displays, Ex-barrierer, Temperaturtransmittere,
Universaltransmittere mfl. Vi har modulerne, du kan stole på i selv
barske miljøer med elektrisk støj, vibrationer og temperaturudsving, og alle produkter opfylder de strengeste internationale standarder. Vores motto »Signals the Best« er indbegrebet af denne
filosofi – og din garanti for kvalitet.
UK
PR electronics A/S offers a wide range of analogue and digital
signal conditioning modules for industrial automation. The product
range includes Isolators, Displays, Ex Interfaces, Temperature
Transmitters, and Universal Modules. You can trust our products
in the most extreme environments with electrical noise, vibrations
and temperature fluctuations, and all products comply with the
most exacting international standards. »Signals the Best« is the
epitome of our philosophy – and your guarantee for quality.
FR
PR electronics A/S offre une large gamme de produits pour le
traite­ment des signaux analogiques et numériques dans tous
les domaines industriels. La gamme de produits s’étend des
transmetteurs de température aux afficheurs, des isolateurs aux
interfaces SI, jusqu’aux modules universels. Vous pouvez compter
sur nos produits même dans les conditions d’utilisation sévères,
p.ex. bruit électrique, vibrations et fluctuations de température.
Tous nos produits sont conformes aux normes internationales les
plus strictes. Notre devise »SIGNALS the BEST« c’est notre ligne
de conduite - et pour vous l’assurance de la meilleure qualité.
DE
PR electronics A/S verfügt über ein breites Produktprogramm
an analogen und digitalen Signalverarbeitungsmodule für die in­
dustrielle Automatisierung. Dieses Programm umfasst Displays,
Temperaturtransmitter, Ex- und galvanische Signaltrenner, und
Universalgeräte. Sie können unsere Geräte auch unter extremen
Einsatzbedingungen wie elektrisches Rauschen, Erschütterungen
und Temperaturschwingungen vertrauen, und alle Produkte von
PR electronics werden in Überein­stimmung mit den strengsten
internationalen Normen produziert. »Signals the Best« ist Ihre
Garantie für Qualität!
1114
Universal CONVERTER
9116
contents
Warning...............................................................................
Safety instructions...............................................................
How to demount system 9000............................................
EC declaration of conformity..............................................
Advanced features..............................................................
Application..........................................................................
Technical characteristics.....................................................
Applications.........................................................................
PR 4501 Display / programming front................................
Order...................................................................................
Electrical specifications.......................................................
Configuration of sensor error check...................................
Input signal outside range................................................
Sensor error detection......................................................
Hardware error..................................................................
Connections........................................................................
Block diagram.....................................................................
Signal error and cable fault indications
without display front.........................................................
Configuration / operating the function keys.......................
Routing diagram..................................................................
Routing diagram, Advanced settings (ADV.SET).................
Scrolling help texts in display line 3....................................
Graphic depiction of window..............................................
Graphic depiction of setpoint.............................................
Appendix.............................................................................
IECEx Installation Drawing...............................................
ATEX Installation Drawing................................................
FM Installation Drawing....................................................
Safety Manual...................................................................
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
2
2
4
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
9
13
14
14
15
17
18
19
20
25
27
28
30
31
32
33
37
41
44
1
Warning
The following operations should only be carried out on a
disconnected device and under ESD-safe conditions:
General mounting, connection and disconnection of wires.
Troubleshooting the device.
Repair of the device and replacement of circuit breakers
must be done by PR electronics A/S only.
warning
Do not open the front plate of the device as this will cause
damage to the connector for the display / programming front
PR 4501. This device contains no DIP-switches or jumpers.
Symbol identification
Triangle with an exclamation mark: Read the manual before installation
and commissioning of the device in order to avoid incidents that could
lead to personal injury or mechanical damage.
The CE mark proves the compliance of the device with the essential
requirements of the directives.
The double insulation symbol shows that the device is protected by
double or reinforced insulation.
Ex devices have been approved according to the ATEX directive for
use in connection with installations in explosive areas. See installation
drawings in appendix.
Safety instructions
Definitions
Hazardous voltages have been defined as the ranges: 75...1500 Volt DC, and
50...1000 Volt AC.
Technicians are qualified persons educated or trained to mount, operate, and
also troubleshoot technically correct and in accordance with safety regulations.
Operators, being familiar with the contents of this manual, adjust and operate
the knobs or potentiometers during normal operation.
2
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Receipt and unpacking
Unpack the device without damaging it and check whether the device type
corresponds to the one ordered. The packing should always follow the device
until this has been permanently mounted.
Environment
Avoid direct sunlight, dust, high temperatures, mechanical vibrations and shock,
as well as rain and heavy moisture. If necessary, heating in excess of the stated
limits for ambient temperatures should be avoided by way of ventilation.
The device must be installed in pollution degree 2 or better.
The device is designed to be safe at least under an altitude up to 2 000 m.
Mounting
Only technicians who are familiar with the technical terms, warnings, and
in­struc­tions in the manual and who are able to follow these should connect the
device.
Should there be any doubt as to the correct handling of the device, please
contact your local distributor or, alternatively,
PR electronics A/S
www.prelectronics.com
The use of stranded wires is not permitted for mains wiring except when wires
are fitted with cable ends.
Descriptions of input / output and supply connections are shown in the block
diagram and on the side label.
The device is provided with field wiring terminals and shall be supplied from a
Power Supply having double / reinforced insulation. A power switch shall be
easily accessible and close to the device. The power switch shall be marked as
the disconnecting unit for the device.
For installation on Power Rail 9400 the power is supplied by Power Control Unit
9410.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
Calibration and Adjustment
During calibration and adjustment, the measuring and connection of external
voltages must be carried out according to the specifications of this manual. The
technician must use tools and instruments that are safe to use.
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
3
Normal operation
Operators are only allowed to adjust and operate devices that are safely fixed
in panels, etc., thus avoiding the danger of personal injury and damage. This
means there is no electrical shock hazard, and the device is easily accessible.
Cleaning
When disconnected, the device may be cleaned with a cloth moistened with
distilled water.
Liability
To the extent the instructions in this manual are not strictly observed, the
customer cannot advance a demand against PR electronics A/S that would
otherwise exist according to the concluded sales agreement.
How to demount system 9000
Picture 1:
By lifting the bottom lock, the device
is detached from the power rail.
4
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
EC declaration of conformity
As manufacturer
PR electronics A/S
Lerbakken 10
DK-8410 Rønde
hereby declares that the following product:
Type: 9116
Name: Universal converter
is in conformity with the following directives and standards:
The EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and later amendments
EN 61326-1 : 2006
For specification of the acceptable EMC performance level, refer to the
electrical specifications for the device.
The Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and later amendments
EN 61010-1 : 2001
The ATEX Directive 94/9/EC and later amendments
EN 61241-0 : 2006, EN 61241-11 : 2006, EN 60079-0 : 2006,
EN 60079-11 : 2007, EN 60079-15 : 2005, EN 60079-26 : 2007
ATEX certificate: KEMA 07ATEX0149 X
Notified body
KEMA Quality B.V. (0344)
Utrechtseweg 310, 6812 AR Arnhem
P.O. Box 5185, 6802 ED Arnhem
The Netherlands
Rønde, 15 January 2010
CONTENTS
Kim Rasmussen
Manufacturer’s signature
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
5
Universal CONVERTER
9116
• Input for RTD, TC, Ohm, potentiometer, mA and V
• Supply for 2-wire transmitters
• Active / passive mA output and relay output
• Can be supplied separately or installed on power rail, PR 9400
• SIL 2-certified via Full Assessment
Advanced features
• Configuration and monitoring by way of detachable display front (PR 4501);
process calibration, signal and relay simulation.
• Advanced relay configuration, e.g. setpoint, window, delay, sensor error
indication and power monitoring.
• Copying of the configuration from one device to others of the same type via
PR4501.
• Reduced Uo Ex data < 8.3 V for active input signals.
• TC inputs with internal or external CJC for higher accuracy.
• The device automatically detects whether it must supply an active or a
passive current signal.
Application
• Can be mounted in the safe area and in zone 2 / div. 2 and receive signals
from zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22 / Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Gr. A-G.
• Conversion and scaling of temperature, voltage, potentiometer and linear
resistance signals.
• Power supply and signal isolator for 2-wire transmitters.
• Monitoring of error events and cable breakage via the individual status relay
and/or a collective electronic signal via the power rail.
• The 9116 has been designed, developed and certified for use in SIL 2
applications according to the requirements of IEC 61508.
Technical characteristics
• 1 green and 1 red front LED indicate operation status and malfunction. 1
yellow LED indicates relay status.
• 2.6 kVAC galvanic isolation between input, output and supply.
6
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Applications
Input signals:
RTD and lin. R
Potentiometer Connection, wires
Output signals:
TC
*
Analogue, 0/4...20 mA and relay
44
12
43
11
42
14
41
13
mA
+
mA
+
Relay
N.O.
* Order separately:
CJC connector 5910Ex
Relay
Power rail
Status relay signal
Rail, +24 VDC
Rail, Gnd.
No connection
No connection
Current
Power connection:
Voltage
54
31
53
32
52
33
51
34
+
Tx
-
+
+
Zone 0, 1, 2,
20, 21, 22 /
Cl. I/II/III, div. 1
gr. A-G
CONTENTS
Gnd.
Supply +19.2...31.2 VDC
Device status
N.C.
Device status
Supply via
power rail
Zone 2 / Cl. 1, div. 2, gr. A-D or safe area
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
7
PR 4501 Display / programming front
Functionality
The simple and easily understandable menu structure
and the explanatory help texts guide you effortless­ly and
automatically through the configuration steps, thus making
the product very easy to use. Functions and configuration
options are described in the section ”Configuration /
operating the function keys”.
Application
• Communications interface for modification of operational parameters in 9116.
• Can be moved from one 9116 device to another and download the
configuration of the first unit to subsequent units.
• Fixed display for visualisation of process data and status.
Technical characteristics
• LCD display with 4 lines; Line 1 (H=5.57 mm) shows input status, line 2
(H=3.33) mm toggels between input value and tag. no. Line 3 (H=3.33
mm) shows output value and UNIT. Line 4 shows status for relay and
communication and whether the device is SIL-locked. Static dot = SIL-locked
and flashing dot = not SIL-locked.
• Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The
password is saved in the device in order to ensure a high degree of
protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
Mounting / installation
• Click 4501 onto the front of 9116.
8
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Order
9116B1 = Universal converter - Uo 28 VDC (max. loop voltage)
9116B2 = Universal converter - Uo 22 VDC (max. loop voltage)
4501 = Display / programming front
5910Ex = CJC connector
9400 = Power rail
Electrical specifications
Specifications range..................................... -20°C to +60°C
Storage temperature.................................... -20°C to +85°C
Common specifications:
Supply voltage, DC...................................... 19.2...31.2 VDC
Max. consumption....................................... ≤ 3.5 W
Fuse.............................................................. 1.25 A SB / 250 VAC
Isolation voltage, test / operation................ 2.6 kVAC / 250 VAC
Communications interface........................... Programming front 4501
Signal / noise ratio....................................... Min. 60 dB (0...100 kHz)
Response time (0...90%, 100...10%):
Temperature input, programmable....... 1...60 s
mA / V input, programmable................. 0.4...60 s
Calibration temperature............................... 20...28°C
Accuracy, the greater of the general and basic values:
General values
Input
type
Absolute
accuracy
Temperature
coefficient
All
≤ ±0.1% of span
≤ ±0.01% of span / °C
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
9
Basic values
Input
type
Basic
accuracy
Temperature
coefficient
mA
Volt
≤ ±16 µA
≤ ±20 µV
≤ ±1.6 µA / °C
≤ ±2 µV / °C
Pt100, Pt200,
Pt 1000
≤ ±0.2°C
≤ ±0.02°C / °C
Pt500, Ni100,
Ni120, Ni 1000
≤ ±0.3°C
≤ ±0.03°C / °C
Pt50, Pt400, Ni50
≤ ±0.4°C
≤ ±0.04°C / °C
Pt250, Pt300
≤ ±0.6°C
≤ ±0.06°C / °C
Pt20
≤ ±0.8°C
≤ ±0.08°C / °C
Pt10
≤ ±1.4°C
≤ ±0.14°C / °C
TC type:
E, J, K, L, N, T, U
≤ ±1°C
≤ ±0.1°C / °C
TC type: R, S,
W3, W5, LR
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
TC type: B
160...400°C
≤ ±4.5°C
≤ ±0.45°C / °C
TC type: B
400...1820°C
≤ ±2°C
≤ ±0.2°C / °C
EMC immunity influence...................................... < ±0.5% of span
Extended EMC immunity:
NAMUR NE 21, A criterion, burst........................ < ±1% of span
Auxiliary supplies for 9116B1:
2-wire supply (terminal 54...52).................... 28...16.5 VDC / 0...20 mA
Auxiliary supplies for 9116B2:
2-wire supply (terminal 54...52).................... 22...16.5 VDC / 0...20 mA
Wire size (max....min.).................................. AWG 26...14 / 0.13...2.08 mm2
stranded wire
Screw terminal torque.................................. 0.5 Nm
Relative humidity.......................................... < 95% RH (non-cond.)
Dimen., without display front (HxWxD)........ 109 x 23.5 x 104 mm
Dimensions, with display front (HxWxD)...... 109 x 23.5 x 116 mm
Protection degree......................................... IP20
Weight.......................................................... 185 g / 200 g with 4501
10
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Isolation:
Input to any.................................................. 300 VAC
Output relay to analogue output.................. 150 VAC
300 VAC
Analogue output to supply........................... 300 VAC
Status relay to supply.................................. 150 VAC
300 VAC
RTD, linear resistance and potentiometer input:
double / reinforced isolation
double/reinforced or
basic isolation
double/reinforced isolation
double/reinforced or
basic isolation
Input
type
Min.
value
Max.
value
Standard
Pt100
Ni100
Linear resist.
Potentiometer
-200°C
-60°C
0Ω
10 Ω
+850°C
+250°C
10000 Ω
10000 Ω
IEC60751
DIN 43760
-
Input for RTD types:
Pt10*, Pt20*, Pt50*, Pt100, Pt200, Pt250, Pt300, Pt400, Pt500, Pt1000
Ni50, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000
Effect of sensor cable resistance
(3- / 4-wire), RTD.......................................... < 0.002 Ω / Ω
Sensor error detection, RTD........................ Programmable ON / OFF
Short circuit detection, RTD......................... Yes
Cable resistance per wire (max.), RTD......... 50 Ω
Sensor current, RTD..................................... Nom. 0.2 mA
* No short circuit detection for Pt10, Pt20 and Pt50
* No short circuit detection for Lin. R_0%≤ app. 18 Ω
TC input:
Type
Min.
value
Max.
value
Standard
B
E
J
K
L
N
R
S
T
U
W3
W5
LR
+0°C
-100°C
-100°C
-180°C
-200°C
-180°C
-50°C
-50°C
-200°C
-200°C
0°C
0°C
-200°C
+1820°C
+1000°C
+1200°C
+1372°C
+900°C
+1300°C
+1760°C
+1760°C
+400°C
+600°C
+2300°C
+2300°C
+800°C
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
IEC 60584-1
DIN 43710
ASTM E988-90
ASTM E988-90
GOST 3044-84
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
11
Cold junction compensation (CJC):
via external sensor in connector 5910. 20...28°C ≤ ±1°C
-20...20°C and 28...70°C ≤ ±2°C
via internal CJC sensor......................... ±(2.0°C + 0.4°C * ∆t)
∆t = internal temperature - ambient temperature
Sensor error detection................................. Programmable ON or OFF
(only wire breakage)
Sensor error current:
when detecting..................................... Nom. 2 μA
else........................................................ 0 μA
Current input:
Measurement range..................................... 0...20 mA
Programmable measurement ranges........... 0...20 and 4...20 mA
Input resistance............................................ Nom. 20 Ω + PTC 50 Ω
Sensor error detection:
Loop break 4...20 mA........................... Yes
NB: Only when input is selected as 4...20 mA
Voltage input:
Measurement range..................................... 0...10 VDC
Programmable measurement ranges........... 0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...5 / 1...5 /
0...10 and 2...10 VDC
Input resistance............................................ Nom. >10 MΩ
Current output:
Signal range (span)....................................... 0...20 mA
Programmable signal ranges....................... 0...20 / 4...20 /
20...0 and 20...4 mA
Load (max.)................................................... 20 mA / 600 Ω / 12 VDC
Load stability................................................ ≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω
Sensor error reaction.................................... 0 / 3.5 / 23 mA / none
NAMUR NE 43 Upscale / Downscale........... 23 mA / 3.5 mA
Output limitation:
on 4...20 and 20...4 mA signals............ 3.8...20.5 mA
on 0...20 and 20...0 mA signals .............. 0...20.5 mA
Current limit.................................................. ≤ 28 mA
2-wire 4...20 mA output:
Signal range................................................. 4...20 mA
Load stability................................................ ≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω
Load resistance............................................ ≤ (Vsupply -3.5) / 0.023 A [Ω]
External 2-wire supply range....................... 3.5...26 VDC
Effect of external 2-wire supply
voltage variation........................................... < 0.005% of span / V
12
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Relay output in safe area:
Relay functions............................................. Setpoint, Window, Sensor error,
Power and Off
Hysteresis, in % of span / display range..... 0.1...25 / 1...25
On and Off delay.......................................... 0...3600 s
Sensor error reaction.................................... Break / Make / Hold
Max. voltage................................................. 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Max. current................................................. 2 AAC / 2 ADC
Max. AC power............................................ 500 VA / 60 W
Status relay in safe area:
Max. voltage................................................. 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Max. current................................................. 0.5 AAC / 0.3 ADC
Max. AC power............................................ 62.5 VA / 32 W
Marine approval:
Det Norske Veritas, Ships & Offshore.......... Pending
GOST R approval:
VNIIFTRI, Cert No......................................... Pending
SIL certification:
exida, Cert No.............................................. PREl 070902 P0002 C05
Observed authority requirements:
Standard:
EMC 2004/108/EC....................................... EN 61326-1
LVD 2006/95/EC........................................... EN 61010-1
ATEX 94/9/EC............................................... EN 60079-0, -11, -15 , -26
and EN 61241-0, -11
IECEx............................................................ IEC 60079-0, -11, -15 and -26
IEC 61241-0 and -11
c FM us........................................................ FM 3600, 3611, 3810
CSA E60079-0, -15
CSA 22.2 -25, -142, -213
ANSI/ISA-12.00.01 / 12.12.02
UL, Standard for Safety............................... UL 61010-1
SIL ..............................................................IEC 61508
of span = of the currently selected measurement range
Configuration of sensor error check
Sensor error check:
Device:
9116
Configuration
ERR.ACT=NONE - OUT.ERR=NONE.
Else:
CONTENTS
Sensor error detection:
OFF
ON
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
13
Visualisation in 4501 of:
Input signal outside range
Input
VOLT
CURR
LIN.R
POTM
TEMP
Outside range readout (IN.LO, IN.HI):
If the valid range of the A/D converter or the polynomal is exceeded.
Range
Readout
Limit
IN.LO
< -25 mV
0...1 V / 0.2...1 V
IN.HI
> 1.2 V
IN.LO
< -25 mV
0...10 V / 2...10 V
IN.HI
> 12 V
IN.LO
< -1.05 mA
0...20 mA / 4...20 mA
IN.HI
> 25.05 mA
IN.LO
< -10 Ω
0...800 Ω
IN.HI
> 900 Ω
IN.LO
<-10 Ω
0...10 kΩ
IN.HI
> 11 kΩ
IN.LO
< -0.5 %
0 - 100%
IN.HI
> 100.5 %
IN.LO
< temperature range -2°C
TC / RTD
IN.HI
> temperature range +2°C
Display readout below . / above max. (-1999, 9999):
Input
Range
All
All
Readout
-1999
9999
Limit
Display readout <-1999
Display readout >9999
Sensor error detection
Sensor error detection (SE.BR, SE.SH):
Input
CURR
Range
Loop break (4...20 mA)
POTM
All, SE.BR on all 3-wire
LIN.R
TEMP
14
All
Readout
SE.BR
SE.BR
SE.SH
Condition
<= 3.6 mA; > = 21 mA
Sensor broken
Sensor shorted
SE.BR
Sensor broken or wire
resistance too high
For Lin. R_0%≥ app. 18 Ω
SE.SH
Sensor shorted
All
SE.BR
Sensor broken or wire
resistance too high
Pt100 to Pt1000 and Ni50 to Ni1000
SE.SH
Sensor shorted
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Hardware error
Readout at hardware error
Error search
Readout
Cause
CJC sensor error - check device temperature
CJ.ER
Defect internal CJC sensor or
CJC temperature out of allowed
range **
CJC connector error - check CJC connector block
CJ.CE
Defect (or missing) CJC
connector or temperature out of
allowed range **
Input error - check input connection and reset power
IN.ER
Signal levels on input beyond
limits or connected to wrong
terminals*
Output error - check output connections and reset
power
AO.ER
No communication
NO.CO
Flash memory error - check configuration
FL.ER
CO.ER
Invalid configuration type or version
TY.ER
Hardware error
RA.ER
RAM error*
Hardware error
IF.ER
Internal Flash error*
Hardware error
SW.ER
SW monitor error*
Hardware error
AD.ER
A/D converter error*
Hardware error
AO.SU
Analogue output
supply error*
Factory calibration error*
Error in analogue output current
(SIL mode only)*
No communication
with (4501)
FLASH error
(configuration invalid)***
Configuration read from
EEprom has invalid type or
rev. no.
Hardware error
CA.ER
Hardware error
CM.ER
Main CPU error*
Hardware error
RE.ER
Relay readback error*
Hardware error
II.ER
Initialization check error*
Hardware error
RS.ER
Reset error*
Hardware error
IC.ER
Input communication error*
Hardware error
M1.ER
Main CPU to Ch.1 error*
Hardware error
MC.ER
Main CPU config. error*
Hardware error
MF.ER
Main CPU Flash error*
Hardware error
MR.ER
Main CPU Ram error*
Hardware error
MS.ER
Main CPU supply error*
Hardware error
MP.ER
Main CPU ProgFlow error*
Hardware error
MI.ER
Main CPU initialization
check error*
Hardware error
DE.ER
Device error*
Hardware error
FC.ER
Invalid code checksum in 4501
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
15
!
All error indications in the display flash once per second (1 Hz), and the corresponding help
text is shown. If the error is a sensor error, the display backlight flashes as well - this is
acknowledged (stopped) by pushing the OK button.
* Error is acknowledged by resetting the device power
** Error can be disregarded by selecting input type different than TC.
*** Error is acknowledged by stepping through the basic setup.
16
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Connections
Power Rail
connections
Supply and
status relay
31 32 33 34
91 92 93 94 95
Gnd.
+24 V
Gnd. NC NC
Error signal +24 V
NC = no connection
N.C.
Inputs:
RTD, 2-wire
RTD, 3- / 4-wire
TC, internal CJC
sensor
*TC,
CJC connector
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42
+
+
-
Resistance, 2-wire
Resistance,
3- / 4-wire
Potentiometer
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
1
-
* Order separately:
CJC connector
5910Ex.
3
2
2-wire transmitter
Current
Voltage
51 52 53 54
51 52 53 54
51 52 53 54
- Tx +
+
-
+
-
Outputs:
Current
2-wire transmitter
(Passive output)
Relay
11 12 13 14
11 12 13 14
11 12 13 14
(Active output)
- mA +
CONTENTS
+
mA
N.O.
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
17
18
1
I 800.0
Io20 mA

Potentiometer
-
4
2
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
-
Tx
+
Current
3
RTD, conn.
wires
-
+
Voltage
+
-
*
TC
Device status,
Green
51
52
53
54
41
42
43
44
Ch. status, Red
Relay status, Yellow
Input
CPU
+24V
9116
Supply
FLASH
Relay
output
mA
output
NC* NC*
Power Rail connections
13
14
11
12
34
31
32
33
mA
+
mA
* NC = no connection
Relay N.O.
Relay N.O.
Gnd.
I+
Status relay N.C.
Status relay N.C.
Supply +24 VDC
Gnd.
Block diagram
CONTENTS
Signal error and cable fault indications without display front
List of LED and error signal indications
Green LED
Relay:
Yellow LED
Error:
Red LED
Status relay,
N.C.
Power rail
signal status
No supply
OFF
OFF
OFF
De-energized
Closed
Device failure
OFF
ON
De-energized
Closed
Energized
Open
OFF
Energized
Open
OFF
Energized
Open
Condition
Device OK
Flashing
Signal OK
Flashing
Output relay energized
Flashing
ON
Output relay energized
w. wire short/break
Flashing
ON
Flashing
De-energized
Closed (if
enabled)
Output relay de-energized
w. wire short/break
Flashing
OFF
Flashing
De-energized
Closed (if
enabled)
Output relay de-energized
Flashing
OFF
OFF
Energized
Open
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
19
Configuration /
operating the function keys
Documentation for routing diagram.
In general
When configuring the 9116, you will be guided through all parameters and you
can choose the settings which fit the application. For each menu there is a
scrolling help text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.
Configuration is carried out by use of the 3 function keys:
1 2
3
will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter
will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter
will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
When configuration is completed, the display will return to the default state 1.0.
Pressing and holding 3 will return to the previous menu or return to the default
state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state
(1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.
Further explanations
Password protection: Programming access can be blocked by assigning a
password. The password is saved in the converter in order to ensure a high
degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
Default password 2008 allows access to all configuration menus. Password
protection is mandatory in SIL applications.
Selection of units
After choosing the input signal type you can choose which process units should
be shown in the display (see table). By selection of temperature input the
process value is always displayed in Celsius or Fahrenheit. This is selected in
the menu point after selection of temperature input.
CJC
In the CJC menu you can choose between CJC connector and internal cold
junction compensation. The CJC connecter (PR 5910Ex) must be ordered
separately.
20
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Signal and sensor error information via display front 4501
Sensor error (see limits in the table) is displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or
SE.SH (sensor short). Signals outside the selected range (not sensor error,
see table for limits) are displayed as IN.LO indicating low input signal or IN.HI
indicating high input signal. The error indication is displayed as text in line 1
and at the same time the backlight flashes. Line 4 of the display is a status
line which shows whether the device is SIL-locked (static dot = SIL-locked
and flashing dot = not SIL-locked) as well as relay status and COM (running
circle) indicating correct functioning of 4501.
Signal and sensor error indication without display front
Status of the unit can also be read from the 3 LEDs in the front of the device.
Green flashing LED indicates normal operation.
No light in the green LED indicates lack of supply voltage or error in the device.
Steady red LED indicates fatal error.
Flashing red LED indicates sensor error.
Relay functions
5 different settings of relay function can be selected.
Setpoint:
The unit works as a single trip amplifier
Window:
The relay has a window that is defined by a low and a high set­
point. On both sides of the window the relay has the same status.
Error function:The relay is activated by sensor error.
Power:
The relay is activated as long as the power is on.
Off:
The relay is deactivated.
Increasing/decreasing: The relay can be set to activate at increasing or
decreasing input signal.
Delay: An ON and an OFF delay can be set in the range 0...3600 s.
Hysteresis: A hysteresis can be set at 0.1...25% of the span or between 1 and
25% of display range.
Window: The window function is selected by choosing ”window” in the menu
and defining a high and a low setpoint.
See the graphic depiction of the window functions on page 30.
Setpoint: The setpoint function is selected by choosing ”setpoint” in the menu
and entering the desired limit. The device then works as a single limit switch.
See the graphic depiction of the window functions on page 31.
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
21
An activated relay means that the contact is closed if the contact function
”normally open” is selected, and the contact is open if the contact function
”normally closed” is selected.
The delay time for activation and deactivation can be set independently of each
other in the menus ON.DEL and OFF DEL respectively.
Advanced functions
The unit gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached
by answering “Yes” to the point “adv.set”.
Display setup: Here you can adjust the brightness contrast and the backlight.
Setup of TAG numbers with 5 alphanumerics. Input value is always shown in
line 2. Selection of functional readout in line 3 of the display - choose between
readout of analogue output or tag no or alternating display.
Two-point process calibration: The device can be process-calibrated in 2
points to fit a given input signal . A low input signal (not necessarily 0%)
is applied and the actual value is entered via 4501. Then a high signal (not
necessarily 100%) is applied and the actual value is entered via 4501. If you
accept to use the calibration, the device will work according to this new
adjustment. If you later reject this menu point or choose another type of input
signal the device will return to factory calibration.
Process simulation function: In the menu point “EN.SIM” it is possible to
simulate an input signal by means of the arrow keys and thus control the
output signal up or down, or the relay state OFF and ON . You must exit the
menu by pressing 3 (no time-out). The simulation function exits automatically,
if the 4501 is detached.
Password: Here you can choose a pass word between 0000 and 9999 in order
to protect the device against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.
The device is delivered default without password.
Memory: In the memory menu you can save the configuration of the device in
the 4501, and then move the 4501 onto another device of the same type and
download the configuration in the new device.
22
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Language: In the menu ”lang.setup” you can choose between 7 different
language versions of help texts that will appear in the menu. You can choose
between UK, DE, FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.
Power rail: In the menu ”RAIL” you can choose if sensor errors are transmitted
to the central surveillance in the PR 9410 power control unit.
Safety integrity level: See Safety Manual for details
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
23
Power up
1.2
12
50.0 3
SETP.
Txt 57
1
3

1
2
3
1
Fast setpoint adjustment
and relay test
Increase setpoint
Decrease setpoint
Save and exit the menu
and 2 simultaneously = change relay state
II30.00
VOLT
LIN.R
POTM
CURR
TEMP
12
If SIL-locked
directly to EN.SIL]
Io12.00mA
1.0
0000
9999
12
0000 3
PASSW.
Txt 1
NO
YES
12
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
12
@C
mA
rpm
12
999.9
-199.9
12
3 VOLT 3 2-10 3 UNIT 3 111.1 3 0.0
NO
ADV.SET
Txt 2
IN TYPE
Txt 3
1.1
Error indication, example

LIN.R 3
— SE.BR
—o3.50mA
IN TYPE
Txt 3
V.RANGE
Txt 4
%
Txt 11
DEC.P
Txt 12
4W
3W
2W
12
0000
9999
12
0000
9999
12
3W
3
CONNEC.
Txt 6
3
0
0
DISP.LO
Txt 13
3
R 0%
Txt 7
R 100%
Txt 8
Pt
NI
TC
12
1000
10
12
Pt
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Pt TYPE
Txt 16
CONNEC.
Txt 6
1000
50
12
4W
3W
2W
12
POTM 3
Red text signifies safety
parameters in a SIL
configuration. See safety
manual for details
IN TYPE
Txt 3
0-20
4-20
12
CURR 3 4-20 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
I.RANGE
Txt 5
TEMP 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
YES 3
ADV.SET
Txt 2
4W
3W
2W
12
Ni
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Ni TYPE
Txt 17
CONNEC.
Txt 6
TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K
TC.L TC.N TC.R TC.S
TC.T TC.U TC.W3
TC.W5 TC.Lr
12
Continued on the page
Routing diagram ADV.SET
24
1111
111.1
11.11
1.111
12
(70 units)
TC
SENSOR
Txt 10
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
INT
CONN
12
3 TC.K 3 INT
TC.TYPE
Txt 18
CJC
Txt 31
CONTENTS
Routing diagram
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state 1.0
without saving configuration changes.
1 Increase value / choose next parameter
2 Decrease value / choose previous parameter
3 Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
Hold 3 Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving
999.9
-199.9
12
DISP
PERC
12
3 100.0 3 DISP 3
DISP.HI
Txt 14
REL.UNI
Txt 15
Continued on the next page
1.0 = Default state. Line 1 shows
input status. Line 2 shows
input value and TAG NO.
Line 3 shows output value
and units. Line 4 shows
status for relay and commu
nication and whether the
device is SIL-locked. Static
dot = SIL-locked and
flashing dot = not SIL
locked.
1.1 = Only if password-protected.
1.2 = Only if FastSet is activated
and the relay function is
setpoint.
1.3 = Only if input types support
sensor error check.
Not valid for these input
signals: 0...20 mA and
voltage.
1.4 = Only if input signal is
temperaure.
1.5 = Only if the configuration is
not protected by a pass
word.
3
Selectable UNITS:
@C
@F
12
3
@C
UNIT
Txt 9
3
@C
@F
K
%
m
cm
mm
um
ft
in
mils
yd
m3
l
s
min
m/s
mm/s
m/min
m/h
in/s
ips
ft/s
in/min
ft/min
in/h
ft/h
m/s2
rpm
Hz
t
kg
g
N
Pa
MPa
kPa
hPa
bar
mbar
kj
Wh
MWh
kWh
W
GW
MW
kW
hp
A
kA
mA
uA
V
kV
mV
ohm
S
uS
m3/min
m3/h
l/s
l/min
l/h
gal/min
gal/h
t/h
mol
pH
[blank]
3
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
25
SETP
WIND
ERR
POW
OFF
12
N.O.
N.C.
12
850
-200
12
INCR
DECR
12
SETP 3 N.O. 3 50.0 3 INCR 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
12
3600
0000
12
1.0
3 NONE 3
0
SETP.
Txt 21
ACT.DIR
Txt 22
HYST.
Txt 23
ERR.ACT
Txt 24
ON.DEL
Txt 25
OFF.DEL
Txt 26
O.I.W
C.I.W
12
849.9
-200
12
850.0
-199.9
12
262.5
0.1
12
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
12
3600
0000
12
3600
0000
12
1.0
3 NONE 3
0
HYST.
Txt 30
ERR.ACT
Txt 24
ON.DEL
Txt 25
CONTAC
Txt 27
SETP.LO
Txt 28
SETP.HI
Txt 28
1.3
3
3
0
0
OFF.DEL
Txt 26
1.3
CLOS
OPEN
12
1.3
3600
0000
12
CONTAC
Txt 20
WIND 3 O.I.W 3 50.0 3 60.0 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
262.5
0.1
12
ERR 3 OPEN 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
ERR.ACT
Txt 34
POW 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
OFF 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
3
20-4
20-0
4-20
0-20
12
23mA
0/3.5mA
NONE
12
849
-200
12
850.0
-199.0
12
0.0
60
12
4-20 3 23mA 3 0.0 3 150.0 3 0.0 3
O.RANGE
Txt 37
OUT.ERR
Txt 38
1.3
OUT.LO
Txt 41
1.4
OUT.HI
Txt 42
RESP.
Txt 39
1.4
To default state 1.0
26
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
Routing diagram
MEM, DISP,
PASS, LANG,
CAL, RAIL,
SIM, SIL
12
SAVE
LOAD
12
Advanced settings (ADV.SET)
MEM 3 SAVE 3
SETUP
Txt 43
MEMORY
Txt 44
9
0
12
DISP 3
SETUP
Txt 43
3
9
0
12
3
9
TAG
ALT
A.OUT
12
9
A
12
3 TAG.1 3 A.OUT 3
CONTRA
Txt 45
LIGHT
Txt 46
TAGNO
Txt 47
YES
NO
12
9999
0000
12
YES
NO
12
DISP
Txt 48
PASS 3 YES 3 0000 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
EN.PASS
Txt 54
NEW.PAS
Txt 55
EN.FAST
Txt 56
NO
DE, DK, ES, FR,
IT, SE, UK
12
LANG 3
SETUP
Txt 43
UK
3
To default state 1.0
LANGUA
Txt 59
YES
NO
12
850.0
-200.0
12
CAL 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
@C
Txt 61
850.0
-200.0
12
SIM 3 YES 3 23.0 3
EN.SIM
2.0 Txt 51
YES
NO
12
%
Txt 52
NO
0000
9999
12
3
REL.SIM
Txt 53
OPEN
LOCK
12
Verify SIL configuration
SIL 3 YES 3 2008 3 LOCK 3
SETUP
Txt 43
EN.SIL
Txt 64
USE.CAL
Txt 60
Txt 62
NO
2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must
press 3 to return to the default state 1.0.
RAIL.ER
Txt 63
YES
NO
12
SETUP
Txt 43
YES
NO
12
@C
CAL.HI
Txt 50
NO
RAIL 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
850.0
-200.0
12
2.0 3 YES 3 147.8 3 YES 3
CAL.LO
Txt 49
YES
NO
12
YES
NO
12
NEW.PAS
Txt 55
CONFIG
Txt 66
3
3
3
3
SIL.OK
. . . . . . . .
. . . . . .
NO
1.4
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
27
Scrolling help texts in display line 3
[01] Set correct password
[02] Enter Advanced setup menu?
[03] Select Temperature input
Select Potentiometer input
Select Linear resistance input
Select Current input
Select Voltage input
[04] Select 0.0-1 V input range
Select 0.2-1 V input range
Select 0-5 V input range
Select 1-5 V input range
Select 0-10 V input range
Select 2-10 V input range
[05] Select 0-20 mA input range
Select 4-20 mA input range
[06] Select 2-Wire sensor connection
Select 3-Wire sensor connection
Select 4-Wire sensor connection
[07] Set Resistance value low
[08] Set Resistance value high
[09] Select Celsius as temperature unit
Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit
[10] Select TC sensor type
Select Ni sensor type
Select Pt sensor type
[11] Select Display unit
[12] Select Decimal point position
[13] Set Display range low
[14] Set Display range high
[15] Select Relay setpoint in % of input range
Select Relay setpoint in display units
[16] Select Pt10 sensor type
Select Pt20 sensor type
Select Pt50 sensor type
Select Pt100 sensor type
Select Pt200 sensor type
Select Pt250 sensor type
Select Pt300 sensor type
Select Pt400 sensor type
Select Pt500 sensor type
Select Pt1000 sensor type
[17] Select Ni50 sensor type
Select Ni100 sensor type
Select Ni120 sensor type
Select Ni1000 sensor type
[18] Select TC-B sensor type
Select TC-E sensor type
Select TC-J sensor type
Select TC-K sensor type
Select TC-L sensor type
Select TC-N sensor type
Select TC-R sensor type
Select TC-S sensor type
Select TC-T sensor type
Select TC-U sensor type
Select TC-W3 sensor type
Select TC-W5 sensor type
Select TC-Lr sensor type
[19] Select OFF function - relay is permanently off
Select POWER function - relay indicates power status OK
Select ERROR function - relay indicates sensor error only
Select WINDOW function - relay is controlled by 2 setpoints
Select SETPOINT function - relay is controlled by 1 setpoint
28
[20] Select Normally Closed contact
Select Normally Open contact
[21] Set Relay setpoint
[22] Select Action on decreasing signal
Select Action on increasing signal
[23] Set Relay hysteresis
[24] Select No error action - undefined status at error
Select Open relay contact at error
Select Close relay contact at error
Select Hold relay status at error
[25] Set Relay ON delay in seconds
[26] Set Relay OFF delay in seconds
[27] Select Contact is Closed Inside Window
Select Contact is Open Inside Window
[28] Set Relay window setpoint low
[29] Set Relay window setpoint high
[30] Set Relay window hysteresis
[31] Select Internal temperature sensor
Select CJC connector (Accessory)
[34] Select Open relay contact at error
Select Close relay contact at error
[37] Select 0-20 mA outout range
Select 4-20 mA output range
Select 20-0 mA output range
Select 20-4 mA output range
[38] Select No error action - output undefined at error
Select Downscale at error
Select Namur NE43 downscale at error
Select Namur NE43 upscale at error
[39] Select Analogue output response time in seconds.
[41] Set Temperature for analogue output low
[42] Set Temperature for analogue output high
[43] Enter SIL setup
Enter Simulation mode
Enter Rail setup
Perform Process Calibration
Enter Language setup
Enter Password setup
Enter Display setup
Perform Memory operations
[44] Load saved configuration into module
Save configuration in display front
[45] Adjust LCD contrast
[46] Adjust LCD backlight
[47] Write a 5-character channel TAG
[48] Show Analog output value in display
Show TAG on display
Alternate shown information in display
[49] Calibrate Input low to process value?
[50] Calibrate Input high to process value?
[51] Enable input simulation?
[52] Set the input simulation value
[53] Relay simulation - use 1 to toggle relay
[54] Enable Password protection?
[55] Set New password
[56] Enable Fastset functionality?
[57] Relay setpoint - press 3 to save
[58] Relay setpoint - Read only
[59] Select Language
[60] Use process calibration values?
[61] Set value for low calibration point
[62] Set value for high calibration point
[63] Enable Rail status signal output?
[64] Enable SIL configuration lock?
0...20 mA is not a valid output range for SIL
operation
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
[65] is channel using process-compensated calibration
data?
[66] Configuration SIL status (Open / Locked)
[80] Sensor short circuit
[81] Sensor wire breakage
[82] Display underrange
[83] Display overrange
[84] Input underrange
[85] Input overrange
[86] Input error - check input connections and reset
power
[87] Output error - check connentions and reset power
Flash memory error - chek configuration
[88] Invalid configuration type or version
[89] Hardware error
[90] CJC sensor error - check device temperature
[91] CJC error - check CJC connector block
[92] No communication
[93]
CONTENTS
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
29
30
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Closed
Setpoint low
Setpoint high
Relay contact (N.O.)
Open
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
ON delay
Relay On
Window
OFF- delay
ON delay
Relay On
OFF delay
Time
Graphic depiction of window
CONTENTS
Graphic depiction of setpoint
Input
signal
ON delay
OFF delay
Setpoint
(increasing)
Hysteresis
Time
Closed
Relay contact
(N.O.)
Open
CONTENTS
Relay On
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
31
Appendix
IECEx Installation drawing
ATEX Installation drawing
FM Installation drawing
Safety manual
32
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
CONTENTS
9116QI01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
IECEx Installation drawing
9116
For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by
qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and
standards that apply to this area.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
4501
For Installation in Zone 2 / Division 2 the following must be observed.
The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics modules. It is important
that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way. Only 4501
modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.
IECEx Certificate: ...................................................................... .KEM 10.0022X
Marking:..................................................................................... Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc
[Ex ia Ga] IIC/IIB/IIA
[Ex ia Da] IIIC
Standards
IEC60079-15:2005, IEC60079-11:2006, IEC60079-0:2007
IEC60079-26:2006, IEC61241-0:2004, IEC61241-11:2005
Hazardous area
Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
4501
+
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
+
T
+
+
Loop
Potm . 2
4- wire
3- wire
-
-
V
mA
2- wire
Potm . 3
Potm . 1
+
RTD / LinR
44
14
43
13
42
12
41
11
9116
TC
Power Rail
Revision date:
2010-02-12
CONTENTS
Version Revision
V5 R0
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250VAC / 30VDC
Power max:
500VA / 60W
Current max: 2A AC / 2ADC
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V; max. 400 Hz
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
1/4
33
9116QI01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo
Io
Po
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Group
28 V
93 mA
650 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-53
Uo
28 V
Io
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-52
Uo
8.3 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.4 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo
8.3 V
Io
13.1 mA
Po
27.3 mW
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Lo/Ro
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
Co
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Group
Co
IIC
IIB
IIA
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo
Io
Po
21.4 V
93 mA
650 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-53
Uo
21.4 V
Io
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-52
Uo
8.3 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.4 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo
8.3 V
Io
13.1 mA
Po
27.3 mW
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Lo
Lo/Ro
0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Installation notes:
For installation in Zone 2, the module must be installed in an outer enclosure having an IP protection
of at least IP54 according to type of protection Ex-n or Ex-e.
For installation on Power Rail in Zone 2, only Power Rail type 9400 supplied by Power Control Unit
type 9410 is allowed.
In type of protection “intrinsic safety iD” the parameters for intrinsic safety for gas group IIB are
applicable.
Do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.
Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is present.
If the sensor circuits or loop supply circuits have been installed in a type of protection other than
“Intrinsic Safety”, the module shall not be reinstalled in type of protection “Intrinsic Safety”
Revision date:
2010-02-12
34
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
2/4
CONTENTS
9116QI01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous area
Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
4501
4-20 mA
Loop-powered
transmitter
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
+
41
T
-
12
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2A DC
4501
Module 9116B1
Term. 54-52; 51-52
Uo
28 V
Io
93 mA
Po
650 mW
Module 9116B2
Term. 54-52; 51-52
Uo
21.4 V
Io
93 mA
Po
650 mW
Revision date:
2010-02-12
CONTENTS
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
12
9116
Power Rail
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Co
Lo
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
13
42
41
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
11
9116
Power Rail
Module 9116B 1/2
Terminal 54-52
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Lo/Ro
Lo/Ro
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
3/4
35
9116QI01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous area
Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
4501
0/4-20 mA
Current source
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
+
41
-
12
9116
11
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Power Rail
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
4501
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
Module 9116B 1/2
Terminal 51-52
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
Module 9116B 1/2
Term. 52-51, 51-52
Uo
16.6 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.8 mW
Revision date:
2010-02-12
36
12
9116
Power Rail
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
0.4 μF
2.3 μF
9.5 μF
Lo
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
13
42
41
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250VAC / 30VDC
Power max:
500VA / 60W
Current max: 2A AC / 2ADC
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Lo/Ro
100 mH 25mH/Ω
100 mH 100mH/Ω
100 mH 200mH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
4/4
CONTENTS
9116QA01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
ATEX Installation drawing
9116
For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by
qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and
standards that apply to this area.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
4501
For installation in Zone 2 / Division 2 the following must be observed.
The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics’ modules. It is important
that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way.
Only 4501 modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.
ATEX Certificate: .........................................................................KEMA 10 ATEX 0053 X
Marking:....................................................................................... II 3 G Ex nA nC T4
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC/IIB/IIA
II (1) D [Ex iaD]
Standards
EN 60079-0 : 2006, EN 60079-11 : 2007, EN 60079-15 : 2005
EN 60079-26 : 2007, EN 61241-0 : 2006, EN 61241-11 : 2006
Hazardous area
Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
4501
+
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
+
T
+
+
Loop
-
-
V
mA
44
14
Potm . 3
43
13
Potm . 1
42
12
Potm . 2
4- wire
3- wire
2- wire
+
RTD / LinR
41
CONTENTS
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
11
9116
TC
Power Rail
Revision date:
2010-02-12
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max:
0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Version Revision
V5 R0
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V; max 400 Hz
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
1/4
37
9116QA01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo
Io
Po
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Group
28 V
93 mA
650 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-53
Uo
28 V
Io
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-52
Uo
8.3 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.4 mW
Module 9116B1
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo
8.3 V
Io
13.1 mA
Po
27.3 mW
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Lo/Ro
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo
Io
Po
21.4 V
93 mA
650 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-53
Uo
21.4 V
Io
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-52
Uo
8.3 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.4 mW
Module 9116B2
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo
8.3 V
Io
13.1 mA
Po
27.3 mW
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Lo
Lo/Ro
0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Installation notes:
For installation in Zone 2, the module must be installed in an outer enclosure having an IP protection
of at least IP54 conforming to the requirements of EN60079-15.
For installation on Power Rail in Zone 2, only Power Rail type 9400 supplied by Power Control Unit
type 9410 (Type Examination Certificate KEMA 07ATEX0152 X) is allowed.
In type of protection “intrinsic safety iD” the parameters for intrinsic safety for gas group IIB are
applicable.
Do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.
Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is present.
If the sensor circuits or loop supply circuits have been installed in a type of protection other than
“Intrinsic Safety”, the module shall not be reinstalled in type of protection “Intrinsic Safety”
Revision date:
2010-02-12
38
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
2/4
CONTENTS
9116QA01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous area
Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
4501
4-20 mA
Loop-powered
transmitter
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
+
12
41
T
9116
-
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
4501
Module 9116B1
Term. 54-52; 51-52
Uo
28 V
Io
93 mA
Po
650 mW
Module 9116B2
Term. 54-52; 51-52
Uo
21.4 V
Io
93 mA
Po
650 mW
Revision date:
2010-02-12
CONTENTS
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
12
41
9116
Power Rail
IIC
IIB
IIA
Group
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Co
Lo
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
13
42
Group
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
11
Power Rail
Module 9116B 1/2
Terminal 54-52
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Lo/Ro
Lo/Ro
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
3/4
39
9116QA01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous area
Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22
Non Hazardous area
or Zone 2
-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
4501
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
0/4-20 mA
Current source
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
+
41
-
12
9116
11
Power Rail
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
4501
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
41
Module 9116B 1/2
Terminal 51-52
Ui
30 V
Ii
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
Module 9116B 1/2
Term. 52-51, 51-52
Uo
16.6 V
Io
0.2 mA
Po
0.8 mW
Revision date:
2010-02-12
40
IIC
IIB
IIA
Co
0.4 μF
2.3 μF
9.5 μF
Lo
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
12
9116
Power Rail
Group
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Lo/Ro
100 mH 25mH/Ω
100 mH 100mH/Ω
100 mH 200mH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
4/4
CONTENTS
9116QF01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
FM Installation drawing
9116
For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by
qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and
standards that apply to this area.
Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.
4501
For Installation in Zone 2 / Division 2 the following must be observed.
The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics modules. It is important
that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way. Only 4501
modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.
Hazardous Classified Location
Unclassified Location
or
Hazardous Classified Location
Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4
Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC, IIB, IIA T4
Class I / II / III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I Zone 0 / 1 / 2 Group IIC, IIB, IIA or
Class I Zone 20 / 21
-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Simple Apparatus or
Intrinsic safe apparatus
with entity parameters:
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
Vmax (Ui) ≥ Vt (Uo)
Imax (Ii) ≥ It (Io)
Pi ≥ Pt (Po)
Ca ≥ Ccable + Ci
La ≥ Lcable + Li
4501
+
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
12
+
T
+
+
Loop
Potm . 2
4- wire
3- wire
-
-
V
mA
2- wire
Potm . 3
Potm . 1
+
RTD / LinR
41
11
9116
TC
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Power Rail
Revision date:
2010-02-12
CONTENTS
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
1/4
41
9116QF01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Module 9116B1
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Terminal 51-52, 51-53
Ui, Vmax
30 V
Ii, Imax
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Ui, Vmax
30 V
Ii, Imax
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
1 μH
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo, Voc
Io, Isc
Po
Group
28 V
IIC or A,B
93 mA IIB or C,E,F
650 mW IIA or D,G
Module 9116B1
Terminal 51-53
Uo, Voc
28 V
Io, Isc
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
Group
IIC or A,B
IIB or C,E,F
IIA or D,G
Module 9116B1
Group
Terminal 51-52
Uo, Voc
8.3 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
0.4 mW IIA or D,G
Module 9116B1
Group
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo, Voc
8.3 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
13.1 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
27.3 mW IIA or D,G
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Lo/Ro
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-54, 52-54
Uo, Voc
Io, Isc
Po
Group
Co
21.4 V IIC or A,B
93 mA IIB or C,E,F
650 mW IIA or D,G
Module 9116B2
Terminal 51-53
Uo, Voc
21.4 V
Io, Isc
1.1 mA
Po
8 mW
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
Co
Group
Module 9116B2
Group
Terminal 41,42,43,44
Uo, Voc
8.3 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
13.1 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
27.3 mW IIA or D,G
Lo/Ro
Lo
Lo/Ro
0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω
1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω
4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω
IIC or A,B
IIB or C,E,F
IIA or D,G
Module 9116B2
Group
Terminal 51-52
Uo, Voc
8.3 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
0.4 mW IIA or D,G
Lo
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω
73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω
Co
Lo
Lo/Ro
7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω
73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω
1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω
Installation notes:
1) The installation shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code NFPA 70, Article 500 or
505.
2) For installation in Zone 2 or Division 2, the module must be installed in a suitable outer enclosure
having an IP protection of at least IP54.
3) The module is galvanically isolated and does not require grounding.
4) Install in pollution degree 2 or better.
5) Use 60 / 75 ºC copper conductors with wire size AWG: (26-14).
6) Warning: Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.
7) Warning: To prevent ignition of the explosive atmospheres, disconnect power before servicing and
do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.
8) In type of protection “intrinsic safety iD” the parameters for intrinsic safety for gas group IIB are
applicable.
9) Warning: Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is
present.
Revision date:
2010-02-12
42
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
2/4
CONTENTS
9116QF01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous Classified Location
Unclassified Location
or
Hazardous Classified Location
Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4
Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC, IIB, IIA T4
Class I / II / III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I Zone 0 / 1 / 2 Group IIC, IIB, IIA or
Class I Zone 20 / 21
-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
4501
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
4-20 mA
Loop-powered
transmitter
13
42
+
12
41
T
9116
-
11
Power Rail
Terminal 54-52
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
Ui, Vmax
30 V
Ii, Imax
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
12
41
9116
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Co
Lo
80 nF
640 nF
2.1 μF
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Module 9116B2
Group
Terminal 52-54
Uo, Voc
21.4 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
93 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
650 mW IIA or D,G
Co
Lo
0.16 μF
1.13 μF
4.15 μF
CONTENTS
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
Power Rail
Module 9116B1
Group
Term. 54-52; 51-52
Uo, Voc
28 V
IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
93 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
650 mW IIA or D,G
Revision date:
2010-02-12
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
4501
Module 9116B 1/2
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
Lo/Ro
Lo/Ro
4 mH 54 μH/Ω
16 mH 218 μH/Ω
32 mH 436 μH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
3/4
43
9116QF01
LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK
Hazardous Classified Location
Unclassified Location
or
Hazardous Classified Location
Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4
Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC, IIB, IIA T4
Class I / II / III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Class I Zone 0 / 1 / 2 Group IIC, IIB, IIA or
Class I Zone 20 / 21
-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC
Status relay, terminal (33,34)
4501
0/4-20 mA
Current Source
54
34
53
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
43
13
42
+
12
41
9116
-
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC
Power max:
62.5 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC
Zone 2 installation:
Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC
Power max:
16 VA / 32 W
Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC
11
Power Rail
Relay output, terminal (13,14)
Non hazardous area installation
Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
500 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
4501
Module 9116B 1/2
33
52
32
51
31
44
14
12
41
9116
Power Rail
Module 9116B 1/2
Group
Term. 52-51, 51-52
Uo, Voc
16.6 V IIC or A,B
Io, Isc
0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F
Po
0.8 mW IIA or D,G
Co
Lo
0.4 μF
2.3 μF
9.5 μF
Zone 2 installation
Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC
Power max:
64 VA / 60 W
Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC
13
42
Ui, Vmax
30 V
Ii, Imax
120 mA
Pi
900 mW
Ci
3 nF
Li
2 μH
44
34
53
43
Terminal 51-52
Revision date:
2010-02-12
54
11
(terminal 11,12,13,14)
(terminal 31,32,33,34)
(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)
Um: 253 V max. 400 Hz
Lo/Ro
100 mH 25mH/Ω
100 mH 100mH/Ω
100 mH 200mH/Ω
Version Revision
V5 R0
Prepared by:
PB
9116 - Product Version 9116-001
Page:
4/4
CONTENTS
Safety manual
UNIVERSAL CONVERTER
9116
This safety manual is valid for the following product versions:
9116-001
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
0 CONTENTS
1
2
3
4
Observed standards......................................................................................................
Acronyms and abbreviations........................................................................................
Purpose of the product.................................................................................................
Assumptions and restrictions for use of the product...................................................
4.1 Basic safety specifications...................................................................................
4.2 Safety accuracy....................................................................................................
4.2.1 Minimum span..........................................................................................
4.2.2 Range limitations......................................................................................
4.3 Associated equipment..........................................................................................
4.3.1 RTD or linear resistance sensor wiring.....................................................
4.3.3 Process calibration...................................................................................
4.3.4 Analogue output.......................................................................................
4.3.5 Relay output..............................................................................................
4.4 Failure rates..........................................................................................................
4.5 Safe parameterisation...........................................................................................
4.6 Installation in hazardous areas.............................................................................
5 Functional specification of the safety function.............................................................
6 Functional specification of the non-safety functions....................................................
7 Safety parameters.........................................................................................................
8 Hardware and software configuration...........................................................................
9 Failure category.............................................................................................................
10Periodic proof test procedure.......................................................................................
11Procedures to repair or replace the product................................................................
12Maintenance..................................................................................................................
13Documentation for routing diagram..............................................................................
13.1 In general..............................................................................................................
13.2 Further explanations.............................................................................................
13.2.1 Password protection.................................................................................
13.2.2 Sensor/cable fault information via display front 4501..............................
13.3 Advanced functions (ADV.SET).............................................................................
13.3.1 Memory (MEM).........................................................................................
13.3.2 Display setup (DISP).................................................................................
13.3.3 Password (PASS)......................................................................................
13.3.4 Language (LANG).....................................................................................
13.3.5 Process calibration (CAL).........................................................................
13.3.6 Power rail (RAIL).......................................................................................
13.3.7 Simulation (SIM)........................................................................................
13.3.8 Safety integrity level (SIL).........................................................................
14Safe parameterisation - user responsibility..................................................................
14.1 Safety-related configuration parameters..............................................................
14.1.1 Common parameters................................................................................
14.1.2 Parameters related to Relay Output............................................................
14.1.3.Parameters related to analouge output....................................................
14.2. Verification procedure...............................................................................
14.2.1 If no password is set................................................................................
14.2.2 If password is set......................................................................................
14.2.3 If any parameter is found to be incorrect during verification...................
14.3 Functional test......................................................................................................
Version No. V1R0
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
14
15
16
17
20
20
20
1
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
15Fault reaction and restart condition..............................................................................
16User interface................................................................................................................
16.2 Routing diagram...................................................................................................
16.3 Routing diagram - Advanced settings (ADV.SET)................................................
17Connections diagram....................................................................................................
2
Version No. V1R0
20
21
23
26
27
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
1 Observed standards
Standard
Description
IEC 61508
Functional Safety of electrical / electronic / programmable electronic
safety-related systems
IEC 615082:2000
Part 2: Requirements for electrical / electronic / programmable electronic
safety-related systems
IEC 615083:1998
Part 3: Software requirements
IEC 61326-31:2008
Immunity requirements for safety-related systems
2Acronyms and abbreviations
Acronym /
Abbreviation
Designation
Description
Term defined by IEC 61508 as “part of a
subsystem comprising a single component or any
group of components that performs one or more
element safety functions”
Element
PFD
Probability of Failure
on Demand
This is the likelihood of dangerous safety function
failures occurring on demand.
PFH
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour
The term “Probability” is misleading, as IEC 61508 defines a Rate.
SFF
Safe Failure Fraction
Safe Failure Fraction summarises the fraction of
failures which lead to a safe state and the fraction
of failures which will be detected by diagnostic
measures and lead to a defined safety action.
SIF
Safety Integrity
Function
Function that provides fault detection (to ensure the
necessary safety integrity for the safety functions)
SIL Safety Integrity Level
The international standard IEC 61508 specifies four
discrete safety integrity levels (SIL 1 to SIL 4). Each
level corresponds to a specific probability range
regarding the failure of a safety function.
3 Purpose of the product
Conversion and scaling of temperature (Pt, Ni and TC), voltage, potentiometer, linear resistance
and current signals from hazardous area.
The device can be mounted in the safe area and in zone 2 / div. 2 and receive signals from zone
0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22 / Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Gr. A-G.
Error events, including cable faults, are monitored and signalled via the individual status relay
and/or a collective electronic signal via the power rail.
The 9116 has been designed, developed and certified for use in SIL 2 applications according
to the requirements of IEC 61508.
Version No. V1R0
3
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
4Assumptions and restrictions for use of the product
4.1
Basic safety specifications
Operational temperature range................ -20...+60°C
Storage temperature range...................... -20...+85°C
Power supply type, min............................ Double or reinforced
Supply voltage.......................................... 19.2...31.2 VDC
Relay output pulse length, min. ............... 70 ms
Loop supply . ........................................... >16.5 V @ 20 mA
External loop supply voltage.................... 5...26 VDC + external drop
(Passive output)
Mounting area........................................... Zone 2 / Division 2 or safe area
Mounting environment.............................. Pollution degree 2 or better
4.2
Safety accuracy
The analogue output and relay output corresponds to the applied input within the
safety accuracy.
Safety accuracy........................................ ±2%
4.2.1Minimum span
For temperature measurements, the selected range (OUT.HI - OUT.LO), and for
linear resistance measurements the selected range (R 100% - R 0%), shall be
larger or equal to the values below:
Input
type
4.2.2
Minimum span for safety
accuracy
Pt100, Pt200, Pt1000
28°C
Pt500, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000
43°C
Pt50, Pt400, Ni50
57°C
Pt250, Pt300
85°C
Pt20
142°C
Pt10
283°C
TC: E, J, K, L, N, T, U
91°C
TC: B, R, S, W3, W5, LR
153°C
Linear resistance, R 100% ≤ 800 W
53 W
Linear resistance, R 100% > 800 W
667 W
Range limitations
TC type B shall not be used below +400°C
4.3Associated equipment
4.3.1
4
RTD or linear resistance sensor wiring
If a 2-wire or a 3-wire connection for RTD or linear resistance is selected,
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
the end user must ensure that the applied sensor wiring does not introduce
failures exceeding the requirements for the safety application.
4.3.2
Sensor errors
If the loop supply is used to supply a current input signal, the sensor error
indication shall be enabled on the safety output(s).
If sensor error detection is disabled, or if any of the conficurations below
are used, the user must ensure that the applied sensor, including wiring,
has a failure rate that qualifies it for the safety application without sensor
error detection enabled:
• Input is current, 0-20 mA
• Input is voltage
• Input is linear resistance and R_0% < 18 W (no short circuit detection)
• Input it Pt10, Pt20 or Pt50 (no short circuit detection)
• Input is potentiometer (no short circuit detection on arm)
4.3.3
Process calibration
If a process calibration is taken into SIL-mode operation, it is mandatory
that the accuracy of the device (and sensor, if applicable) are tested by the
end user after SIL-mode is entered, in addition to the normal functional
test. Refer to section 14 - Safe parameterisation - user responsibility.
4.3.4Analogue output
The connected safety PLC shall be able to detect and handle the fault
indications on the analogue output of the 9116 converter by having a
NAMUR NE43-compliant current input.
4.3.5
Relay output
The relay output shall only be connected to equiment which has a current
limiting function of 2 A.
4.4Failure rates
The basic failure rates from the Siemens standard SN 29500 are used as the failure
rate database.
Failure rates are constant, wear-out mechanisms are not included.
External power supply failure rates are not included.
4.5
Safe parameterisation
The user is responsible for verifying the correctness of the configuration
parameters. (See section 14 Safe parameterisation - user responsibility).
Manual override may not be used for safety applications.
4.6
Installation in hazardous areas
The IECEx Installation drawing, ATEX Installation drawing and FM Installation
drawing shall be followed if the products are installed in hazardous areas.
5Functional specification of the safety function
Conversion of current signals (0...20 mA or 4...20 mA), voltage signals, potentiometer, linear
resistance, RTD sensor signals or thermocouple sensor signals from hazardous areas to a
4...20 mA current output signal, and/or an output relay, within specified accuracy.
Version No. V1R0
5
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
For RTD and linear resistance input sensors, cable resistances of up to 50 W per wire can be
compensated if 3- or 4-wire connection is configured.
For thermocouple sensors, cold junction temperature errors can be compensated, either by an
internally mounted temperature sensor, or by an accessory connector with a built-in temperature
sensor. The selection of CJC measurement must be done and verified by the end user.
6Functional specification of the non-safety functions
The status relay (terminal 33 and 34), error signal on power rail (terminal 91) and LED outputs
are not suitable for use in any Safety Instrumented Function.
7 Safety parameters
RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Current output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
4.30E-08
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
2.82E-04
Note1
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
4 years
Safe Failure Fraction
93%
RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Relay output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
6.20E-08
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
4.03E-04
Note1
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
3 years
Safe Failure Fraction
90%
Voltage input, Current output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
5.60E-08
Note1
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
3.66E-04
3 years
Safe Failure Fraction
93%
Voltage input, Relay output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
7.60E-08
Note1
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
2 years
Safe Failure Fraction
6
4.89E-04
91%
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
Current input, Current output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
4.20E-08
Note1
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
2.77E-04
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
5 years
Safe Failure Fraction
95%
Current input, Relay output
Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)
6.20E-08
Probability of failure on demand (PFD) - 1 year proof test interval
4.00E-04
Note1
Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)
3 years
Safe Failure Fraction
93%
Common Safety Parameters
Demand response time
Signal input: < 0.5 seconds
Potentiometer and linear resistance input < 0.65 seconds
Temperature input: < 1.1 seconds
Demand mode
High
Demand rate
3000 seconds
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
24 hours
Diagnostic test interval
30 seconds
Hardware Fault Tolerance (HFT)
0
Component Type
B
SIL capability
SIL 2
Description of the “Safe State”, analogue output
Output ≤ 3.6 mA or
Output ≥ 21 mA
Description of the “Safe State”, relay output
Relay lifetime (Note2)
Contact open (relay de-energized)
100 000 times
Note1: The 9116 contains no lifetime limiting components, therefore the PFH figures are valid
for up to 12 years, according to IEC 61508.
Note2: The user must calculate the product lifetime with regard to the relay lifetime.
8 Hardware and software configuration
All configurations of software and hardware versions are fixed from factory, and cannot be
changed by end-user or reseller.
This manual only covers products labelled with the product version (or range of versions)
specified on the front page.
Version No. V1R0
7
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
9Failure category
Failure rates (1/h) for RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Current output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
2.78E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
3.52E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
4.30E-08
Failure rates (1/h) for RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Relay output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
3.59E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
2.30E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
6.20E-08
Failure rates (1/h) for Voltage input, Current output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
3.95E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
4.79E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
5.60E-08
Failure rates (1/h) for Voltage input, Relay output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
4.80E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
3.53E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
7.60E-08
Failure rates (1/h) for Current input, Current output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
4.44E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
5.54E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
4.20E-08
Failure rates (1/h) for Current input, Relay output
Fail Safe Detected
0.000E-0
Fail Safe Undetected
6.36E-07
Fail Dangerous Detected
3.20E-07
Fail Dangerous Undetected
6.20E-08
8
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
10 Periodic proof test procedure
Step
Action
1
Bypass the safety PLC or take other appropriate action to avoid a false trip
2
Connect a simulator identical to the input setup
3
Apply input value corresponding to 0/100% output range
4
Observe whether the outputs acts as expected
5
Restore the input terminals to full operation
6
Remove the bypass from the safety PLC or otherwise restore normal operation
This test will detect approximately 95% of possible “du” (dangerous undetected) failures in the
device. The proof test is equivalent to the functional test.
11 Procedures to repair or replace the product
Any failures that are detected and that compromise functional safety should be reported to the
sales department at PR electronics A/S.
Repair of the device and replacement of circuit breakers must be done by PR electronics A/S only.
12Maintenance
No maintenance required.
13 Documentation for routing diagram
The routing diagram is shown in section 16.2.
13.1
In general
When configuring the 9116, you will be guided through all parameters and you can
choose the settings which fit the application. For each menu there is a scrolling help
text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.
Configuration is carried out by use of the 3 function keys:
1 will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter
2 will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter
3 will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
When configuration is completed, the display will return to the default state 1.0.
Pressing and holding 3 will return to the previous menu or return to the default
state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state (1.0)
without saving the changed values or parameters.
13.2Further explanations
13.2.1 Password protection
Access to the configuration can be blocked by assigning a password.
The password is saved in the device in order to ensure a high degree of
protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration. Default
password 2008 allows access to all configuration menus.
Password protection is mandatory in SIL applications.
Version No. V1R0
9
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
13.2.2 Sensor/cable fault information via display front 4501
When the function is enabled and supported by selected input type,
sensor or cable faults are displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or SE.SH
(cable short-circuited).
In case of sensor or cable fault the backlight flashes. This can be reset by
pressing the 3 key. When the sensor or cable fault has been remedied, the
device will return to normal operation.
13.3Advanced functions (ADV.SET)
The device gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached
by answering “Yes” to the point “ADV.SET”.
13.3.1Memory (MEM)
In the memory menu a non-SIL configuration can be either saved or loaded
from the local memory of the 4501 display unit. Choose SAVE to store the
current configuration in the 4501 memory. Press LOAD to read a previously
stored configuration in the 4501 memory and store it in the device. It is only
possible to load a configuration stored from the same type of device and
from the same version, or earlier.
13.3.2 Display setup (DISP)
The brightness contrast and the backlight can be adjusted.
Tag number with 5 alphanumerics can be entered.
Functional readout in line 3 of the display can be selected: choose
between readout of output current or tag no. When selecting ”ALT” the
readout alternates between output current and tag no.
13.3.3 Password (PASS)
Here you can choose a password between 0000 and 9999 in order to protect
the device against unauthorised modifications to the configuration. The device
is delivered default without password.
13.3.4Language (LANG)
In this menu you can choose between 7 different language versions of
help texts that will appear in the menu. You can choose between UK, DE,
FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.
13.3.5 Process calibration (CAL)
A process calibration can be made by the end user. A known process
signal must be applied for both low and high end of the input measurement
range. The known input of the applied low end signal must be entered
in the CAL.LO menu and confirmed by pressing OK before removing or
changing the applied signal to the high end signal. The known input of
the applied high end signal must be entered in the CAL.HI menu and
confirmed by pressing OK before removing. It is possible to enable or
disable the use of the latest process calibration.
13.3.6 Power rail (RAIL)
In this menu it can be chosen if sensor errors are transmitted to the central
surveillance in the PR 9410 power control device.
10
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
13.3.7 Simulation (SIM)
It is possible to override the actual measured input signal by a simulated
value. In the REL.SIM menu it is posible to simulate the relay state with out
affecting the analogue output, by pressing 1 . Leaving the simulation menus,
or disconnecting the 4501 device, will disable the simulation mode and bring
the output back to correspond to the actual measured value. Simulation is
not possible in SIL-mode.
13.3.8 Safety integrity level (SIL)
See section 14 - Safe parameterisation - user responsibility
14 Safe parameterisation - user responsibility
14.1
Safety-related configuration parameters
14.1.1 Common parameters
Name
Function
IN.TYPE
Selected input type:
TEMP = Temperature
CURR = Current
VOLT = Voltage
LIN.R = Linear resistance
POTM = Potentiometer
I.RANGE
Selected fixed input range for current measurements (for
IN.TYPE = CURR):
0_20 = 0...20 mA (no sensor error detection!)
4_20 = 4...20 mA
V.RANGE
Selected fixed input range for voltage measurements
(for IN.TYPE = VOLT)
SENSOR
Selected temperature sensor type (for IN.TYPE = TEMP):
TC = Thermocouple
Ni = Ni RTD sensor
Pt = Pt RTD sensor
Version No. V1R0
11
Safety Manual
12
9116 Universal converter
Pt.TYPE
Pt sensor type (for SENSOR = Pt):
10 = Pt10
20 = Pt20 (No short circuit detection!)
50 = Pt50
100 = Pt100
200 = Pt200
250 = Pt250
300 = Pt300
400 = Pt400
500 = Pt500
1000 = Pt1000
Ni.TYPE
Ni sensor type (for SENSOR = Ni):
50 = Ni50
100 = Ni100
120 = Ni120
1000 = Ni1000
TC.TYPE
Thermocouple type (for SENSOR = TC):
TC.B = Thermocuple type B
TC.E = Thermocuple type E
TC.J = Thermocuple type J
TC.K = Thermocuple type K
TC.L = Thermocuple type L
TC.N = Thermocuple type N
TC.R = Thermocuple type R
TC.S = Thermocuple type S
TC.T = Thermocuple type T
TC.U = Thermocuple type U
TC.W3 = Thermocuple type W3
TC.W5 = Thermocuple type W5
TC.Lr = Thermocuple type Lr
CJC
CJC type for SENSOR = TC:
INT = Internal CJC sensor measurement
CONN = CJC connector measurement (accessory)
}
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
CONNEC
Selected sensor connection type for RTD or linear resistance
measurements (for SENSOR = Ni or Pt or IN.TYPE = LIN.R):
2W = 2-wire
3W = 3-wire
4W = 4-wire
If 2W or 3W is selected, the end user must ensure that the
applied sensor wiring does not introduce failures exceeding the
requirements for the safety application.
R 0%
0% input range for linear resistance measurements
(for IN.TYPE = LIN.R).
This value must be < (R 100% - minimum span), refer to 4.2.1
R 100%
100% input range for linear resistance measurements
(for IN.TYPE = LIN.R)
This value must be > (R 0% + minimum span), refer to 4.2.1
UNIT
Selected temperature unit for IN.TYPE = TEMP
°C = degrees Celsius
°F = degrees Fahrenheit
For IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP selectable units refer to routing diagram
DISP.LO
0% display value on 4501. Can be used as base for relay
setpoints (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
DISP.HI
100% display value on 4501. Can be used as base for relay
setpoints (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
NEW.PAS
Password for protection of the device configuration from
unauthorized access. Range from 0 to 9999.
Version No. V1R0
13
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
14.1.2 Parameters related to Relay Output
REL.UNI
Relay Units (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP):
PERC = Relay setpoint in percent of input range.
DISP = Relay setpoints and hysteresis values relates to DISP.LO and DISP.HI (display units)
REL.FUN
Relay Function:
OFF (Note3) = Relay is always OFF
POW (Note3) = Relay is always ON if power is applied
ERR = Relay is activated when sensor error is present
WIND = Relay is activated when input signal is between SETP.
LO and SETP.HI values
SETP = Relay is activated when input signal reaches SETP
value
CONTAC.
Relay contact function:
N.C. = Normaly Closed relay contact (for REL.FUN = SETP)
N.O. = Normally Open relay contact (for REL.FUN = SETP)
O.I.W = Relay contact Open Inside Window (for REL.FUN =
WIND)
C.I.W = Relay contact Closed Inside Window (for REL.FUN =
WIND)
SETP.
Relay setpoint value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or
in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = SETP)
SETP.LO
Relay setpoint low value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP
or in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = WIND)
SETP.HI
Relay setpoint high value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP
or in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = WIND)
ACT.DIR
Relay action for increasing or decreasing input signal
(for REL.FUN = SETP):
DECR = Relay activates when input signal ≤ SETP.
INCR = Relay activates when input signal ≥ SETP.
HYST
14
Hysteresis value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or in
UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
ERR.ACT
Safety Manual
Relay sensor error action (for REL.FUN = SETP, WIND or ERR):
Only relevant if IN.TYPE = TEMP, CURR and I.RANGE = 4-20,
POTM or LIN.R and R 0% is ≥ 18.
NONE (Note3) = Sensor error detection NOT enabled (Note4),
relay state at sensor error is undefined. (NOT for REL.FUN =
ERR)
OPEN = Relay contact is open at sensor error
CLOS = Relay contact is closed at sensor error
HOLD (Note3) = Relay contact holds the state as before sensor
error occurred. (NOT for REL.FUN = ERR)
ON.DEL
Relay ON delay from SETP or SETP.LO/HI is crossed in units of
seconds (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
OFF.DEL
Relay OFF delay from SETP +/- HYST or SETP.LO/HI +/- HYST is crossed in units of seconds (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
Note3: Value not allowed if the relay is used in a safety application (EN.SIL =
YES) and IN.TYPE = CUR and loop supply is used to supply a current input signal.
Note4: Error detection is enabled if OUT.ERR ≠ none, but relay state at sensor
erroris undefined.
14.1.3. Parameters related to analouge output
Name
Function
O.RANGE
Fixed output range for current output:
0-20 = 0...20 mA
Value not allowed when EN.SIL = YES (Safety applications)
4-20 = 4...20 mA
20-0 = 20...0 mA
Value not allowed when EN.SIL = YES (Safety applications)
20-4 = 20...4 mA
OUT.ERR
Fixed output value on detected sensor error:
NONE (Note5) = Sensor error detection NOT enabled (Note6),
output at sensor error is undefined.
The end user must ensure that the applied sensor including
wiring has a failure rate qualifying it for the safety application
without the detection enabled.
0 mA = Output is 0 mA at sensor error
3.5 mA = Output is 3.5 mA at sensor error (NE43 downscale)
23 mA = Output is 23 mA at sensor error (NE4 upscale)
Version No. V1R0
15
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
OUT.LO
Selected temperature value for 0% output for IN.TYPE = TEMP
in units defined by the UNIT parameter (°C or °F)
Range is defined by the selected temperature sensor (SENSOR
and TC.TYPE, Ni.TYPE or Pt.TYPE), but value must be less than
OUT.HI - minimum span.
OUT.HI
Selected temperature value for 100% output for IN.TYPE =
TEMP in units defined by the UNIT parameter (°C or °F).
Range is defined by the selected temperature sensor (SENSOR
and TC.TYPE, Ni.TYPE or Pt.TYPE), but must be larger than
OUT.LO + minimum span.
RESP
Analogue output response time in seconds.
Range is 0.0 to 60.0 seconds.
USE.CAL
Use the applied process calibration values:
NO = The last performed process calibration is not used. The
channel operates with accuracy as specified.
YES = The last performed process calibration is in operation.
The required accuracy must be verified by user.
End user must verify by test that the applied process calibration
does not introduce failures exceeding the requirements for the
safety application.
Note5: Value not allowed if analogue output is used in a safety application (EN.SIL =
YES) and IN.TYPE = CURR and loop supply is used to supply a current input signal.
Note6: Error detection is enabled if ERR.ACT ≠ NONE, but analogue output value
is undefined.
14.2.
16
Verification procedure
The verification is done using the display / programming front PR 4501 and
following the procedure described below.
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
14.2.1 If no password is set
Action
Display shows
1
Press OK
ADV.SET
2
Set (ADV.SET) to Yes and press OK
SETUP
3
Set SETUP to SIL and press OK
EN.SIL
4
Set EN.SIL to YES and press OK
NEW.PAS
5
Set password to a number between 0 and
9999 and press OK
(At this time the device starts operating
in SIL mode with the entered configuration
parameters!)
CONFIG
Verify
OPEN->LOCK
(Note7)
6
Press OK to confirm verification of the OPEN>LOCK in the display
IN.TYPE
7
Verify input type and press OK
I.RANGE
8
Verify fixed input current range and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = CURR)
CONNEC 9
Verify sensor connection type and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Ni or Pt
or IN.TYPE = LIN.R)
UNIT
10
Verify temperature unit and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)
SENSOR
11
Verify temperature sensor type and press OK
( ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)
Pt.TYPE
12
Verify Pt sensor type and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Pt)
Ni.TYPE
13
Verify Ni sensor type and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Ni)
TC.TYPE
14
Verify Thermocouple type and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = TC)
Note7: Open is shown briefly in the display.
CJC
Version No. V1R0
17
Safety Manual
18
9116 Universal converter
Action
Display shows
15
Verify CJC type and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = TC)
V.RANGE
16
Verify fixed input voltage range and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = VOLT)
R 0%
17
Verify input resistance 0% range and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = LIN.R)
R 100%
18
Verify input resistance 100% range and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = LIN.R)
UNIT
19
Verify display units for 4501 and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
DEC.P
20
Verify display decimal point for 4501 and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
DISP.LO
21
Verify display value for 4501 at 0% input and
press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
DISP.HI
22
Verify display value for 4501 at 100% input and
press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
REL.UNI
23
Verify relay setpoint units and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)
REL.FUN
24
Verify relay function and press OK
CONTAC.
25
Verify relay contact function and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN ≠ OFF or POW)
SETP.
26
Verify relay setpoint and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP)
SETP.LO
27
Verify low setpoint value and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = WIND)
SETP.HI
28
Verify high setpoint value and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = WIND)
ACT.DIR
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
Action
Display shows
29
Verify relay activation direction and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP)
HYST
30
Verify relay setpoint hysteresis and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
ERR.ACT
31
Verify relay action on sensor error and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP, WIND or ERR and the
selected input type and range support sensor error
detection, refer to section 4.3.2)
ON.DEL
32
Verify relay ON delay and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
OFF.DEL
33
Verify relay OFF delay and press OK
(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)
O.RANGE
34
Verify fixed output range for current output
OUT.ERR
35
Verify fixed output value on detected sensor error
and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ VOLT, or IN.TYPE = CURR and
I.RANGE ≠ 0-20 mA)
OUT.LO
36
Verify temperature for 0% output and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)
OUT.HI
37
Verify temperature for 100% output and press OK
(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)
RESP
38
Verify analogue output response time and press OK CH1.CAL
39
Verify the use of applied process calibration values
and press OK
PASSW.
40
Verify password and press OK
SIL.OK
41
Verify SIL mode within 1 second
Version No. V1R0
19
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
14.2.2 If password is set
Action
Display shows
1
Press OK
PASSW
2
Enter password and press OK
ADV.SET
3
Set ADV.SET to Yes and press OK
SETUP
4
Set SETUP to SIL and press OK
EN.SIL
5
Set EN.SIL to YES and press OK
(At this time the device starts operating
in SIL mode with the entered configuration
parameters!)
CONFIG
Verify
OPEN->LOCK
(Note8)
6
to
41
As step 6 to 41 for 14.2.1
As step 6 to 41 for
14.2.1
Note8: Open is shown briefly in the display
14.2.3 If any parameter is found to be incorrect during verification
Remove SIL-mode (by entering the password and selecting EN.SIL = NO).
Go through the setup menu and correct the parameter(s).
Repeat step 1 to 36 (with correct parameters).
14.3Functional test
The user is responsible to make a functional test after verification of the safety
parameters. The procedure for periodic proof test described in section 10 shall
be used.
In addition, if a process calibration is taken into SIL-mode operation (refer to
section 13.3 - Advanced functions), it is mandatory that the accuracy of the device
(and sensor, if applicable) are tested.
15Fault reaction and restart condition
When the 9116 detects a fault the outputs will go to Safe State, in which the outputs will be “de-energised”.
If the fault is application-specific (cable error detection) the 9116 will restart when the fault
has been corrected.
Power cycle the device for bringing it out of Safe State.
20
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
16User interface
[01]
[02]
[03]
[04]
[05]
[06]
[07]
[08]
[09]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
[17]
[18]
Set correct password
Enter Advanced setup menu?
Select Temperature input
Select Potentiometer input
Select Linear resistance input
Select Current input
Select Voltage input
Select 0.0-1 V input range
Select 0.2-1 V input range
Select 0-5 V input range
Select 1-5 V input range
Select 0-10 V input range
Select 2-10 V input range
Select 0-20 mA input range
Select 4-20 mA input range
Select 2-Wire sensor connection
Select 3-Wire sensor connection
Select 4-Wire sensor connection
Set Resistance value low
Set Resistance value high
Select Celsius as temperature unit
Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit
Select TC sensor type
Select Ni sensor type
Select Pt sensor type
Select Display unit
Select Decimal point position
Set Display range low
Set Display range high
Select Relay setpoint in % of input range
Select Relay setpoint in display units
Select Pt10 sensor type
Select Pt20 sensor type
Select Pt50 sensor type
Select Pt100 sensor type
Select Pt200 sensor type
Select Pt250 sensor type
Select Pt300 sensor type
Select Pt400 sensor type
Select Pt500 sensor type
Select Pt1000 sensor type
Select Ni50 sensor type
Select Ni100 sensor type
Select Ni120 sensor type
Select Ni1000 sensor type
Select TC-B sensor type
Select TC-E sensor type
Select TC-J sensor type
Select TC-K sensor type
Select TC-L sensor type
Select TC-N sensor type
Select TC-R sensor type
Select TC-S sensor type
Select TC-T sensor type
Select TC-U sensor type
Select TC-W3 sensor type
Select TC-W5 sensor type
Select TC-Lr sensor type
[19]
[20]
[21]
[22]
[23]
[24]
[25]
[26]
[27]
[28]
[29]
[30]
[31]
[34]
[37]
[38]
[39]
[41]
[42]
[43]
[44]
[45]
[46]
[47]
[48]
[49]
[50]
[51]
[52]
[53]
[54]
[55]
[56]
[57]
Select OFF function - relay is permanently off
Select POWER function - relay indicates power
status OK
Select ERROR function - relay indicates sensor
error only
Select WINDOW function - relay is controlled by 2
setpoints
Select SETPOINT function - relay is controlled by 1
setpoint
Select Normally Closed contact
Select Normally Open contact
Set Relay setpoint
Select Action on decreasing signal
Select Action on increasing signal
Set Relay hysteresis
Select No error action - undefined status at error
Select Open relay contact at error
Select Close relay contact at error
Select Hold relay status at error
Set Relay ON delay in seconds
Set Relay OFF delay in seconds
Select Contact is Closed Inside Window
Select Contact is Open Inside Window
Set Relay window setpoint low
Set Relay window setpoint high
Set Relay window hysteresis
Select Internal temperature sensor Select CJC connector (Accessory)
Select Open relay contact at error
Select Close relay contact at error
Select 0-20 mA outout range
Select 4-20 mA output range
Select 20-0 mA output range
Select 20-4 mA output range
Select No error action - output undefined at error
Select Downscale at error
Select Namur NE43 downscale at error
Select Namur NE43 upscale at error
Select Analogue output response time in seconds.
Set Temperature for analogue output low
Set Temperature for analogue output high
Enter SIL setup
Enter Simulation mode
Enter Rail setup
Perform Process Calibration
Enter Language setup
Enter Password setup
Enter Display setup
Perform Memory operations
Load saved configuration into module
Save configuration in display front Adjust LCD contrast
Adjust LCD backlight
Write a 5-character channel TAG
Show Analog output value in display
Show TAG on display
Alternate shown information in display
Calibrate Input low to process value?
Calibrate Input high to process value?
Enable input simulation?
Set the input simulation value
Relay simulation - use 1 to toggle relay
Enable Password protection?
Set New password
Enable Fastset functionality?
Relay setpoint - press 3 to save
Version No. V1R0
21
Safety Manual
[58]
[59]
[60]
[61]
[62]
[63]
[64]
[65]
[66]
[80]
[81]
[82]
[83]
[84]
[85]
[86]
[87]
[88]
[89]
[90]
[91]
[92]
[93]
22
9116 Universal converter
Relay setpoint - Read only
Select Language
Use process calibration values?
Set value for low calibration point
Set value for high calibration point
Enable Rail status signal output?
Enable SIL configuration lock?
0...20 mA is not a valid output range for SIL operation
is channel using process-compensated calibration
data?
Configuration SIL status (Open / Locked)
Sensor short circuit
Sensor wire breakage
Display underrange
Display overrange
Input underrange
Input overrange
Input error - check input connections and reset
power
Output error - check input connentions and reset
power
Flash memory error - chek configuration
Invalid configuration type or version
Hardware error
CJC sensor error - check device temperature
CJC error - check CJC connector block
No communication
Version No. V1R0
9116 Universal converter
16.2
Power up
1.2
12
50.0 3
SETP.
Txt 57
1
3

Safety Manual
Routing diagram
Fast setpoint adjustment
and relay test
1 Increase setpoint
2 Decrease setpoint
3 Save and exit the menu
1 and 2 simultaneously = change relay state
II30.00
VOLT
LIN.R
POTM
CURR
TEMP
12
Io12.00mA
1.0
0000
9999
12
0000 3
PASSW.
Txt 1
NO
YES
12
NO
2-10
0-10
1-5
0-5
0.2-1
0-1
12
@C
mA
rpm
1111
111.1
11.11
1.111
12
(70 units)
12
999.9
-199.9
12
3 VOLT 3 2-10 3 UNIT 3 111.1 3 0.0
ADV.SET
Txt 2
IN TYPE
Txt 3
1.1
Error indication, example

LIN.R 3
— SE.BR
—o3.50mA
IN TYPE
Txt 3
V.RANGE
Txt 4
%
Txt 11
DEC.P
Txt 12
4W
3W
2W
12
0000
9999
12
0000
9999
12
3W
3
CONNEC.
Txt 6
3
0
0
DISP.LO
Txt 13
3
R 0%
Txt 7
R 100%
Txt 8
Pt
NI
TC
12
1000
10
12
Pt
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Pt TYPE
Txt 16
CONNEC.
Txt 6
1000
50
12
4W
3W
2W
12
POTM 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
0-20
4-20
12
CURR 3 4-20 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
I.RANGE
Txt 5
TEMP 3
IN TYPE
Txt 3
Ni
3 100 3
3W
SENSOR
Txt 10
Ni TYPE
Txt 17
CONNEC.
Txt 6
TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K
TC.L TC.N TC.R TC.S
TC.T TC.U TC.W3
TC.W5 TC.Lr
12
Continued on the page Routing diagram ADV.SET YES 3
ADV.SET
Txt 2
TC
Version No. V1R0
4W
3W
2W
12
SENSOR
Txt 10
INT
CONN
12
3 TC.K 3 INT
TC.TYPE
Txt 18
CJC
Txt 31
23
Safety Manual
9116 Universal converter
Routing diagram
If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default
state 1.0 without saving configuration changes.
1 Increase value / choose next parameter
2 Decrease value / choose previous parameter
3 Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu
Hold 3 Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving
999.9
-199.9
12
DISP
PERC
12
3 100.0 3 DISP 3
DISP.HI
Txt 14
REL.UNI
Txt 15
Continued on the next page
1.0 =
1.1 =
1.2 =
Default state. Line 1 shows
input status. Line 2 toggels between process
value and UNIT. Line 3 shows output and TAG No. Line 4 shows status for relay and communication and whether the device is SIL-locked. Static dot = SIL-locked and flashing
dot = not SIL-locked.
Only if password-protected.
Only if FastSet is activated and the relay function is
setpoint.
1.3 = Only if input types support sensor error check.
Not valid for these input signals: 0...20 mA and
voltage.
1.4 = Only if input signal is
temperaure.
1.5 = Only if the configuration is
not protected by a pass-
word.
Selectable UNITS:
3
@C
@F
12
3
@C
UNIT
Txt 9
3
@C
@F
K
%
m
cm
mm
um
ft
in
mils
yd
m3
l
s
min
m/s
mm/s
m/min
m/h
in/s
ips
ft/s
in/min
ft/min
in/h
ft/h
m/s2
rpm
Hz
3
24
Version No. V1R0
t
kg
g
N
Pa
MPa
kPa
hPa
bar
mbar
kj
Wh
MWh
kWh
W
GW
MW
kW
hp
A
kA
mA
uA
V
kV
mV
ohm
S
uS
m3/min
m3/h
l/s
l/min
l/h
gal/min
gal/h
t/h
mol
pH
[blank]
SETP
WIND
ERR
POW
OFF
12
9116 Universal converter
N.O.
N.C.
12
850
-200
12
INCR
DECR
12
SETP 3 N.O. 3 50.0 3 INCR 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
12
3600
0000
12
1.0
3 NONE 3
0
SETP.
Txt 21
ACT.DIR
Txt 22
HYST.
Txt 23
ERR.ACT
Txt 24
ON.DEL
Txt 25
OFF.DEL
Txt 26
O.I.W
C.I.W
12
849.9
-200
12
850.0
-199.9
12
262.5
0.1
12
HOLD
CLOS
OPEN
NONE
12
3600
0000
12
3600
0000
12
1.0
3 NONE 3
0
HYST.
Txt 30
ERR.ACT
Txt 24
ON.DEL
Txt 25
CONTAC
Txt 27
SETP.LO
Txt 28
SETP.HI
Txt 28
1.3
3
3
0
0
OFF.DEL
Txt 26
1.3
CLOS
OPEN
12
1.3
3600
0000
12
CONTAC
Txt 20
WIND 3 O.I.W 3 50.0 3 60.0 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
262.5
0.1
12
Safety Manual
ERR 3 OPEN 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
ERR.ACT
Txt 34
POW 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
OFF 3
REL.FUN
Txt 19
3
20-4
20-0
4-20
0-20
12
23mA
0/3.5mA
NONE
12
849
-200
12
850.0
-199.0
12
0.0
60
12
4-20 3 23mA 3 0.0 3 150.0 3 0.0 3
O.RANGE
Txt 37
OUT.ERR
Txt 38
1.3
OUT.LO
Txt 41
1.4 OUT.HI
Txt 42
RESP.
Txt 39
1.4 To default state 1.0
Version No. V1R0
25
Safety Manual
MEM, DISP,
PASS, LANG,
CAL, RAIL,
SIM, SIL
12
9116 Universal converter
SAVE
LOAD
12
16.3 Routing diagram Advanced settings (ADV.SET)
MEM 3 SAVE 3
SETUP
Txt 43
MEMORY
Txt 44
9
0
12
DISP 3
SETUP
Txt 43
3
9
0
12
3
9
TAG
ALT
A.OUT
12
9
A
12
3 TAG.1 3 A.OUT 3
CONTRA
Txt 45
LIGHT
Txt 46
TAGNO
Txt 47
YES
NO
12
9999
0000
12
YES
NO
12
DISP
Txt 48
PASS 3 YES 3 0000 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
EN.PASS
Txt 54
NEW.PAS
Txt 55
EN.FAST
Txt 56
NO
DE, DK, ES, FR,
IT, SE, UK
12
LANG 3
SETUP
Txt 43
UK
Red text signifies safety
parameters in a SIL configuration.
3
To default state 1.0
LANGUA
Txt 59
YES
NO
12
850.0
-200.0
12
CAL 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
@C
NO
850.0
-200.0
12
SIM 3 YES 3 23.0 3
EN.SIM
Txt 51
2.0 YES
NO
12
%
Txt 52
NO 0000
9999
12
3
REL.SIM
Txt 53
OPEN
LOCK
12
Verify SIL configuration
SIL 3 YES 3 2008 3 LOCK 3
SETUP
Txt 43
EN.SIL
Txt 64
NEW.PAS
Txt 55
CONFIG
Txt 66
3
3
3
3
SIL.OK
. . . . . . . .
NO
1.4
26
USE.CAL
Txt 60
Txt 62
NO
2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must
press 3 to return to the default state 1.0.
RAIL.ER
Txt 63
YES
NO
12
SETUP
Txt 43
YES
NO
12
@C
CAL.HI
Txt 50
Txt 61
RAIL 3 YES 3
SETUP
Txt 43
850.0
-200.0
12
2.0 3 YES 3 147.8 3 YES 3
CAL.LO
Txt 49
YES
NO
12
YES
NO
12
Version No. V1R0
. . . . . .
9116 Universal converter
Safety Manual
17 Connections diagram
Power Rail
connections
Supply and
status relay
31 32 33 34
91 92 93 94 95
Gnd.
+24 V
Gnd. NC NC
Error signal +24 V
NC = no connection
N.C.
Inputs:
RTD, 2-wire
RTD, 3- / 4-wire
TC, internal CJC sensor
*TC,
CJC connector
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42
+
+
-
Resistance, 2-wire
Resistance,
3- / 4-wire
Potentiometer
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
41 42 43 44
1
CJC
44
-
* Order separately:
CJC connector
5910Ex.
3
2
2-wire transmitter
Current
Voltage
51 52 53 54
51 52 53 54
51 52 53 54
- Tx +
+
-
+
-
Outputs:
Current
2-wire transmitter
(Passive output)
Relay
11 12 13 14
11 12 13 14
11 12 13 14
(Active output)
- mA +
+
mA
Version No. V1R0
N.O.
27
Displays
Programmable displays with a wide
selection of inputs and outputs for display of temperature,
volume and weight, etc. Feature linearisation, scaling,
and difference measurement functions for programming
via PReset software.
Ex interfaces Interfaces for analogue and digital
signals as well as HART® signals between sensors / I/P
converters / frequency signals and control systems in Ex
zone 0, 1 & 2 and for some modules in zone 20, 21 & 22.
Isolation
Galvanic isolators for analogue and
digital signals as well as HART® signals. A wide product
range with both loop-powered and universal isolators
featuring linearisation, inversion, and scaling of output
signals.
Temperature A wide selection of transmitters for DIN
form B mounting and DIN rail modules with analogue
and digital bus communication ranging from applicationspecific to universal transmitters.
Universal
PC or front programmable modules with
universal options for input, output and supply. This range
offers a number of advanced features such as process
calibration, linearisation and auto-diagnosis.
 www.prelectronics.fr
 sales@prelectronics.fr
 www.prelectronics.de
 sales@prelectronics.de
 www.prelectronics.es
 sales@prelectronics.es
 www.prelectronics.it
 sales@prelectronics.it
 www.prelectronics.se
 sales@prelectronics.se
 www.prelectronics.co.uk
 sales@prelectronics.co.uk
 www.prelectronics.com
 sales@prelectronics.com
 www.prelectronics.org.cn
 sales@prelectronics.org.cn
Head office
Denmark
PR electronics A/S
Lerbakken 10
DK-8410 Rønde
www.prelectronics.com
sales@prelectronics.dk
tel. +45 86 37 26 77
fax +45 86 37 30 85