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Installation Guide Control Module
QC31 DeviceNet™
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1 Applicable function modules
QC31- DeviceNet™ module Weather proof
QC31- DeviceNet™ module Non Incendive
OK
OK
2 Before starting
Fig. 2.1 Check proper mounting before connecting air supply and electrical wiring.
* Be sure that the actuator is correctly mounted
on the valve before connecting air supply and
electrical wiring (see Installation & Operation
Manual FieldQ Valve Actuator,
DOC.IOM.Q.E)
* Check the module label for the right execution
(see figure 2.2)
* Check the type of actuator: single or double
acting (see figure. 2.2)
OK
OK
Control Module Type Label =
QC31..WP.. = DeviceNet™ Weather proof
QC31..P4.. = DeviceNet™ Non Incendive
Actuator Type Label =
QS xxxx = Single acting (Spring Return)
QD xxxx = Double acting
Fig. 2.2 Identification
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3 Pneumatic connections
IMPORTANT
Single
acting
* The actuator/valve combination can move after
connecting the air supply.
* Ensure that the pneumatic module and the control
module are mounted properly to the actuator to
achieve a degree of ingress protection rated IP65/
NEMA4X, before connecting the air supply.
* Check the maximum pressure Pmax = 8bar/116Psi
* Be sure that the minimum required supply pressure for the application is available at the actuator.
* Condensation or moisture that enters the actuator,
the pneumatic module or the function module can
damage these components and can result in failures. We strongly recommend to install drip loops
in cables in pipes (see figure 3.2).
* The venting ports on the pneumatic module (see
figure 3.1) are equipped as standard with silencers/
filters rated IP65/NEMA4X.
* In case IP65/NEMA4X ingress protection is
required, the exhaust ports Ra and Rb and the
electrical entries must be fitted with devices rated
IP65/NEMA4X or higher.
Ps
Venting
ports
Control
Module cover
Ps
1/4”BSP or 1/4”NPT
Ra
Double
acting
Rb
1/4”BSP or 1/4”NPT
Rb
Fig. 3.1 Pneumatic connections
3.1 Operating media :
*
*
*
*
Air or inert gasses.
Air filtered at 50 micron.
Dew point 10 K below operating temperature.
For subzero applications take appropriate
measures.
3.2
Single acting (spring return) or Double
acting actuator :
1 Remove the plug from the air supply (Ps).
2 Connect air supply to port (Ps).
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4 Electric Connections
4.1
Electrical Input, DeviceNet™ Interface
DeviceNet
Connection
Voltage isolation
Nominal Power
Maximum Power
executions
5 pole terminal, or quick
connector
None
120mA @ 11VDC
75mA @ 25VDC
2.0 W
In case the Control module is used in Hazardous
locations, check the following Control Drawings:
Non incendive/Non Sparking
- QC31 DeviceNet™ Chapter 10
4.3
Environmental conditions :
-20°C to +80°C
Temperature *
(-4°F to +176°F)
0 to 85% at 25°C(+77°F) derate
Humidity
to 50% above 40°C (104°F) (noncondensing).
Operating full power available up
Altitude
to 2000 meter (6000 feet).
Use
In- and outdoor.
4.4
Cover screws
Cross slotted Phillips screws
nr. 0
Cross slotted Phillips screws
nr. 2
WARNING:
* Do not put the Control module and the Pneumatic
module in direct contact with magnetic material.
This can cause damage or malfunction of the position feedback.
* If the Control Module is used in a manner not
specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
* If required, mount earth wire (1) between top (2)
and bottom (3) ring of earth wire connection (see
figure 4.2).
Electrical data of the hazardous area
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2.5mm2 max.
0.2-2.5mm2 or 30-12 AWG
Tools (Screw driver)
Terminals
* In case the Control module is used in Hazardous locations, check the Control Drawings as
per chapter 4.2 for the applicable temperature
or voltage range.
4.2
Wiring dimensions
Solid wire
Stranded wire
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1 Remove control module cover (see figure 4.1)
2 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
-Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
-When IP65/NEMA4X ingress protection is
required, the electrical entries must be fitted
with glands rated IP65/NEMA4X or higher.
3 Connect the DeviceNet™ signal to the applicable terminals (see figure 4.3).
-For 7/8” or M12 quick connector pinout, see
figure 4.3.
-For hazardous area connections, see the
control drawings as indicated in chapter 4.2
4 Mount the function module cover to the housing
(see figure 4.1) or continue with chapter 5. Take
care that the cover seal is in place to comply
to dust and water tightness according to IP65 /
NEMA4X.
4.6
Control Module
Type Label
Terminals
Fig. 4.3 Terminal connections and Quick connec-
DeviceNet™ installation and wiring
guidelines
Please check www.ODVA.org for various application guides like installation and wiring guidelines.
4.7
Main status
LED
Fig.4.2 Earth wire connection
Main status LED indications
Status
OK (init successful)
Initializing
Init error
Init default
Identification
DeviceNet™ terminal wiring connections:
Status LED action
Constant on
Blinking (see fig. 5.1)
Flashing (see fig. 5.1)
Flashing (see fig. 5.1)
Flashing for 300 sec
-V
CAN_L
Shield
CAN_H
+V
Fig. 4.1 Installing wiring
1
2 QC31
3 DeviceNet™
4 control module
5
Quick connector pinouts:
(male chassis part)
3
2
4
5
1
7/8" UNC
4
1
3
2
5
3
5
1
4
2
M12
Quick
connector
Black
Blue
Grey
White
Red
1
2
3
4
5
Terminal
tor pinouts
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5 Initial setup
5.3.1 Baud rate
5.1 Initialization procedure
The FieldQ QC31 Devicnet Module is equiped with
an “auto-Baud” feature. This detects the current
Baud rate and set its own Baud rate according.
The Baud rate of the module is default set to
“auto-Baud”. This can be set by software to 125,
250 or 500kb/sec. (see Reference manual QC31,
DOC.RM.QC31.E)
Initialization sets the limit stop points for the position feedback of the actuator. This process is done
automatically, by the module, however, the user
must start it and the unit must be wired according
chapter 4. However, digital communication is not
required, power supply is necessary (11V to 25V
DC). The initialization process can be started in
one of two ways:
1. Initialization using the local buttons (see §5.2).
2. Initialization using a bus command (see Reference manual QC31, DOC.RM.QC31.E)
Automatic initialization:
Push 4 seconds
WARNING:
* During the initialization routine the actuator /valve
combination will cycle several times.
* Before initialization check whether the actuator
and valve have the same “Open” and “Closed”
positions (see Chapter 4 of Installation & Operation
Manuals FieldQ-series Pneumatic Actuator)
* Ensure that the valve stroke is not obstructed
before the initialization routine is started.
* During initialization “open” and “close” requests
will not be handled.
- Module
Main Status
LED
Open LED
- Network
Open reassignment button
Main Status LED
on
off
Initialization using local buttons
LED = Flashing
on
off
1 Push “Open” and “Closed” reassignment buttons at the same time for 4 seconds.
2 Status LED will blink.
3 Actuator will cycle 2 or 3 times.
4 At the end of the routine the Status LED
switches to constant on, meaning the initialization was successful.
5.3
Closed LED
DeviceNet™
status LEDs
1 2 3 4 5
5.2
Closed reassignment button
LED = Blinking
Time
The default setting of the reassignment buttons
is: Enabled
Fig. 5.1 FieldQ Button board and wiring compartment
Addressing
When a DeviceNet™ module ships from the
factory, it has the slave address “63”. The slave
address is software setable.
The slave address can be changed using a master
device. Please check the applicable sections of
the documentation supplied with these devices.
End stop
offsets
End stop
offsets
±40˚
±40˚
10˚max
“Close”
end
position
10˚max
“Open”
end position
Factory settings
Setting after initialization
Fig. 5.2 Feedback characteristic
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Table 1. Main status LED indications (see figure 5.1)
Status
Status LED action
Open/Close LED action
OK (Init successful)
Constant on
Normal operation (position indicated by LED which is constant on)
Initializing
Blinking
Normal operation
Init error
Flashing
Normal operation
Init default
Flashing
Activated LED (depending on position) blinking
Waiting for
Constant on
reassignment confirm
Activated by push button LED Flashing, other LED is off
Identification
Normal operation
Flashing for 300 sec
Table 2. Button board functionality (see figure 5.1)
Action
Reassignment buttons
Set to factory default
Push both buttons before power up, and than hold until Status LED is constant on.
Release and observe LEDs to indicate default
Initialize
While powered up push both buttons until Status LED starts blinking
Push “Open” button until “Open” LED starts flashing, release button and push
again until LED is constant on, Status LED indicates “init successful”.
Push “Close” button until “Close” LED starts flashing, release button and push
Reassignment “Close” end position
again until LED is constant on, Status LED indicates “init successful”.
Reassignment “Open” end position
Table 3. DeviceNet™ Module status LED (see figure 5.1)
For this state:
LED is:
To indicate:
No Power
Off
There is no power applied to the device
Operational
Green
The device is operating in a normal condition.
Standby (The
Device Needs
Commissioning)
Flashing Green
The device needs commissioning due to configuration missing,
incomplete or incorrect.
Minor Fault
Flashing Red
Recoverable Fault
Unrecoverable Fault
Red
The device has an unrecoverable fault; may need replacing
Device Self Testing
Flashing Red-Green
The Device is in Self Test.
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Table 4. DeviceNet™ Network status LED (see figure 5.1)
For this state:
LED is:
Not Powered / Not
On-line
Off
On-line, Not
Connected
Flashing Green
To indicate:
Device is not on-line.
- The device has not completed the Dup_MAC_ID test yet.
- The device may not be powered, look at Module Status LED.
Device is on-line but has no connections in the established state.
- The device has passed the Dup_MAC_ID test, is on-line, bus has no
established connections to other nodes.
- For a Group 2 Only device it means that this device is not allocated
to a master.
- For a UCMM capable device it means that the device has no
established connections.
The device is on-line and has connections in the established state.
- For a Group 2 Only device it means that the device is allocated to a
Master.
- For a UCMM capable device it means that the devise has one or
more established connections.
Link OK
On-line, Connected
Green
Connection Time-Out
Flashing Red
One or more I/O Connections are in the Timed-Out state.
Critical Link Failure
Red
Failed communication device. The device has detected an error that
has rendered it incapable of communicating on the network (Duplicate
MAC ID, or Bus-off).
Communication
Faulted and Received
an Identify Comm
Flashing Red
Fault Request- Long
Protocol.
5.4
A specific Communication Faulted device. Te device has detected
a Network Access error and is in the Communication Faulted state.
The device has subsequently received and accepted an Identify
Communication Faulted Request. Long Protocol message.
Troubleshooting
5.4.1 If auto initialization procedure has failed
(Status LED is flashing):
4 Release the button and push again until LED
burns constantly, Status LED indicates “init
successful”.
5 The feedback of the opposite position changes
automatically.
1 Check supply pressure
2 Check Actuator assembly code (see Installation & Operation Manual FieldQ Valve
Actuator DOC.IOM.Q.E)
3 Repeat auto initialization routine
4 When the actuator does not move within 10
seconds, the auto initialization will fail.
5 To solve this either;
- perform the “default setting” procedure (see
§5.4.5) and repeat the initialization procedure (see §5.2), or
- set manually the limit switch points (see
§5.4.4).
5.4.3 If readjustment of the exact positions is
needed without cycling the actuator:
After adjusting the mechanical limit stops on the
actuator, in such a way that the switch points are
not reached (i.e. reducing the stroke), the module
will not give proper position feedback.
The easiest way of readjustment of the exact
positions is performing the initialization procedure
(see §5.2).
During initialization the actuator will cycle 2 or 3
times. When it is not allowed that the actuator/
valve unit cycles, the new switch point can be set
with the following procedure:
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
5.4.2 If the position feedback on the button board
is reversed:
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
the valve, if yes:
2 Push the button, corresponding with the actual
position of the actuator, for 3 seconds (“Open”
or “Closed”).
3 The corresponding LED starts flashing.
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6 Check functioning
the valve, if yes:
2 Push the button, corresponding with the actual
position of the actuator, for 3 seconds (“Open”
or “Closed”).
3 The corresponding LED starts flashing.
4 Release the button and push again until LED
burns constantly, Status LED indicates “init
successful”.
To perform a function test, please see chapter xx
of Reference manual QC31, DOC.RM.QC31.E.
- After checking the functioning mount the
control module cover to the housing (see figure
3.1).
7 Maintenance
The FieldQ control modules are designed to operate without maintenance. For any further maintenance to the actuator see Installation & Operation
Manual FieldQ Valve Actuator, DOC.IOM.Q.E or
contact your local FieldQ representative.
Installation, adjustment, putting into service, use,
assembly, disassembly, maintenance and repair
of the control module must be done by qualified
personnel.
5.4.4 Manual setting of limit switch points
When the auto initialization procedure has failed,
the switch points can be set manually with the following procedure:
1 Move the actuator to the closed position (see
chapter 6 or 8)
2 Push the “closed” button on the board for
5 seconds.
3 The corresponding LED starts flashing.
4 Release the button and push again until LED
burns constantly (Status LED indicates “OK”).
5 Move the actuator to the open position (see
chapter 6)
6 Push the “open” button on the board for 5
seconds.
7 The corresponding LED starts flashing.
8 Release the button and push again until LED
burns constantly (Status LED indicates “OK”).
5.4.5 “Factory default settings”, using the button
board.
To set the control module to its factory default settings, do the following;
1 Power must be connected according chapter 4
and the Status LED is either “on” or “flashing.”
2 Disconnect the power.
3 Press both reassignment buttons.
4 Keep the buttons pressed and reconnect
power.
5 Status LED goes on.
6 Release the reassignment buttons.
7 Observe that the Status LED indicates that the
unit is in its “Init Default” state (flashing). The
unit can now be initialized (see §5.2)
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8 Optional Controls
9 Related Information
8.1
9.1
Local Manual Control options
(see figure . 8.1)
DeviceNet™ installation and wiring
guidelines
For commissioning, emergency or maintenance
purposes, the FieldQ can be supplied with Local
Manual Control options. These options can operate the actuator when there is air pressure available, but no control signal or power supply.
1 “Push” version. Pressing the spring return
button will operate the actuator. Releasing the
button will bring back the actuator to its original
position.
2 “Push & Lock” version. To operate this optional local manual control, use a screw driver.
Push and turn it 90°, to lock it in position and
keep the actuator in its operated state.
It is possible to rotate the screw multiple cycles.
The unit will toggle every 90° between “locked”
(1) and “unlocked” (0).
Please check www.ODVA.org for various application guides like installation and wiring guidelines.
8.2
9.3
9.2
These documents are available, in multiple languages, for download from www.FieldQ.com
Speed control option
(see figure . 8.2).
1
“Push & “Lock
1
1
0
2 (90°)
0
1
1 = “locked”
0 = “unlocked”
Fig. 8.1 Local Manual Control options
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DeviceNet™ EDS File
The DeviceNet™ EDS file can be downloaded
from www.FieldQ.com.
The FieldQ can be supplied with Speed Control
options. There are two versions of this option:
- One Way or Two Way
For more detailed information on these two speed
control version see data sheet 1.605.01 or manual
DOC.IOM.Q.E
To adjust the Speed Control options:
1 Remove the nut cap.
2 Clockwise rotation of the adjustment screw (1)
reduces the speed.
3 Counter clockwise rotation of the adjustment
screw (1) increases the speed.
4 Replace the nut cap.
“Push”
Other Related Information
Other documents containing information related to
the FieldQ module include:
1.604.09
DeviceNet™ Control Module
data sheet
DOC.RM.QM31.EReference Manual for FieldQ
with DeviceNet™ Control module.
DOC.IOM.Q.E Installation Operation & Maintenance Manual.
Fig. 8.2 Speed control operation
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EC Declaration of Conformity
Asveldweg 11
7556 BR, HENGELO
The Netherlands
ROC nr 8160
Rev. B
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Issued in accordance with the
- Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
- EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, Appendix 1
- ATEX Directive 94/9/EC
We hereby declare, that the products specified below meet the basic health and safety requirements of
the above mentioned European Directives.
Product description
Serial number
Year of Construction
ATEX DIRECTIVE
Types
ATEX Certificate No.
Marking QC01 & QC30
QC02
QC34
QC34
Applicable standards
Types
ATEX Certificate No.
Marking
Applicable standards
Notified body
EMC, LVD Directive
Types
Applicable standards
Note
: FieldQ Control module
: Each Control module has an identifiable serial number
: Each Control module has an identifiable Year of Construction
: QC01...P4... , QC02...P4... , QC30...P4... and QC34...P4...
: KEMA 02ATEX1258X,
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
II 3 D Ex tD A22 IP65 T90°C Ta = -20°C ... +75°C
:
:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
II 3 D Ex tD A22 IP65 T90°C Ta = -20°C ... +73°C
:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
II 3 D Ex tD A22 IP65 T90°C Ta = -20°C ... +50°C
:
II 3 G Ex nL IIC T4
II 3 D Ex tD A22 IP65 T80°C Ta = -20°C ... +50°C
: EN 60079-0 : 2006
EN 60079-15 : 2003
EN60079-27 : 2006
EN 61241-0 : 2006
EN 61241-1 : 2004
: QC03...P1..., QC04...P1... and QC34...P1...
: KEMA 02ATEX1242X,
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4
II 1 G Ex iaD 20 IP65 T80°C
:
: EN 60079-0 : 2006
EN 60079-11 : 2007
EN 60079-26 : 2007
EN 60079-27 : 2006
IEC 61241-0 : 2006
EN 61241-11 : 2006
: KEMA Quality B.V., Notified body no : 0344
Utrechtseweg 310, 6812 AR Arnhem, The Netherlands
:
:
:
:
QC01..., QC02..., QC03..., QC04..., QC30..., QC31..., QC34...
IEC61326-1 :1998 NAMUR Recommendations : NE21: 2004
IEC61010-1 : 2004
The above listed ATEX certified products are excluded from the Low
Voltage Directive
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Position : Vice President Operations
Emerson Process Management,
Valve Automation Europe
Date
: 2010-03-26
Place
: Hengelo (Ov.), The Netherlands
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10Non Incendive installation instructions
10.1 Product marking
10.3 Safety instructions
Type plate
• Do not open when module is energized.
• Prevent any kind ignition during installation,
adjustment, putting into service and use.
• Assembly, disassembly and maintenance
must be done in safe area’s without a potential
explosion hazard.
• Installation, adjustment, putting into service,
use, assembly, disassembly and maintenance
of the pneumatic actuator must be done by
qualified personnel.
• Provisions must be made to prevent the rated
supply voltage being exceeded by more than
40%.
Terminals
Do not open
when energized
Fig 10.1 Product marking
Hazardous or Classified Location
Non-Incendive, Class I, II, III, Div.2,
Group ABCDEFG T4, Type 4X/IP65
Class I, Zone 2, IIC T4
APPROVED
Nominal Power
Maximum Power
120mA @ 11VDC
75mA @ 25VDC
2.0 W
Hazardous or Classified Location
Non Incendive: Class I, II, III, Div.2,
Groups ABCDEFG, T4
Ex nA II T4, (Class I, Zone 2)
DIP A22 TA 90°C
Ambient temperature:
Ta = -20°C…+80°C (-4°F…176°F)
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10.3 Wiring instructions QC31
Non Incendive / Non Sparking Control Modules
Unclassified or Non Hazardous or Classified
Hazardous Location Location
-V
DeviceNet
power
+V
supply
1
2
3
4
5
DeviceNet
bus
CAN-L
CAN-H
Warning
* Cable may not be disconnected
without gas clearance
Certified Document:
No modification permitted without reference to the certifying authority.
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