Installation guide XP Control Modules QC41, QC42 QC43

Installation guide XP Control Modules QC41, QC42 QC43
Installation Guide Integrated XP Control modules
QC4124VDC
QC42115VAC
QC43230VAC
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1 Applicable Control modules:
2 Before starting
QC41- 24VDC -
-
* Actuator must be isolated both pneumatically
and electrically before any (dis)assembly is
begun.
* Installation, adjustment, putting into service,
use, assembly, disassembly and maintenance
of the control module must be done by qualified
personnel.
* Be sure that the actuator is correctly mounted
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).
* For mechanical installation of the module see
installation instruction leaflet DOC.QC4.MTI.1,
as shipped with the module.
QC42- 115VAC -
-
QC43- 230VAC -
-
Weather Proof
Explosion Proof / Flame
proof
Weather Proof
Explosion Proof / Flame
proof
Weather Proof
Explosion Proof / Flame
proof
Note:
Both executions can be equipped with one or two
pilot valves:
* One pilot valve is default and suitable for normal operation of double acting or spring return
actuators.
* Two pilot valves are required for Fail in Last
Position function on double acting actuators.
The enclosures of both Weather Proof and Explosion Proof / Flame proof modules, have a IP66 or
NEMA 4X, ingress protected rating.
2.1Intended use
The FieldQ actuator is an integrated concept for
the automation of quarter turn valves, dampers or
other quarter turn applications. It consists of two
basic parts (see figure 2.1):
1. Pneumatic actuator
2. Control Module
The control module allows operation of the actuator and supplies position feedback signals.
1
Control Module Type Label =
24VDC
QC41..WP..=Weather Proof
QC41..Px.. =Explosion-/Flame proof
2
115VAC
QC42..WP..=Weather Proof
QC42..Px.. =Explosion-/Flame proof
230VAC
QC43..WP..=Weather Proof
QC43..Px.. =Explosion-/Flame proof
Actuator Type Label =
QS xxxx = Single acting (Spring Return)
QD xxxx = Double acting
Fig. 2.1: Check proper mounting before connecting air supply and electrical wiring.
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2.2Mechanical alignment and mounting
of the control module
Alignment-edge
The control module is equipped with an alignmentedge on top of the module. This allows easy alignment and mounting of the control module on to the
actuator housing.
Alignment-edge
Procedure: (see figure 2.3)
1. First take care that both mating faces from the
actuator and control module are clean and free
of dirt.
2. Check if the module has the required function
3. Remove the transparent film from the control
module.
4. Ensure seals are placed correctly.
5. Level the screws with the surface.
6. Place the alignment-edge (1) of the control
module at the top of the pneumatic interface.
7. Flip the module down taking care that the IPT
Probe (see fig 5; nr.2) on the actuator fits in the
mating hole on the control module and loosely
place the screws.
8. Tighten screws according force in sequence.
Tightening moments
The Control Module should be fastened by using
an Allen key and applying the following tightening
moments:
- Allen Key No 5: 6.1 to 6.6 Nm
(54 - 58.4 In.lbs)
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Fig. 2.3 Alignment and mounting of control
module to actuator
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3 Pneumatic connections
IMPORTANT
Single acting
Ra
1 The actuator/valve combination can move after
connecting the air supply.
2 Ensure that the QC4x control modules are mounted
properly to the actuator to achieve good functioning and the required ingress protection, before
connecting the air supply.
3 Check that the maximum supply pressure
Pmax = 8bar/116Psi
4 Be sure that the minimum required supply pressure for the application is available at the actuator.
5 Take appropriate measures to prevent condensation or moisture to entering the actuator or the control module. Condensation or moisture can damage
these components and can result in failures.
6 The exhaust ports Ra and Rb on the module (see
figure 3.1) are shipped from the factory with transport protection.
* If ingress protection IP66 or NEMA 4X is required,
appropriate connections must be used in exhaust
ports Ra & Rb.
Control
Module cover
Ps
1/4” BSP or
1/4” NPT
Double acting
Ra
Rb
Ps
1/4” BSP or
1/4” NPT
Fig. 3.1: Pneumatic connections
3.1Operating media :
*
*
*
*
Air or inert gasses.
Air filtered at 50 micron.
Dew point 10 K below operating temperature.
For subzero applications take appropriate
measures.
3.2Single acting (spring return) or Double
acting actuator :
1 Remove the transport sticker from the air supply (Ps).
2 Connect air supply to port (Ps).
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4 Electric Connections
The conventional Control Module contains a pilot
valve for controlling the actuator and switches for
position feedback.
Caution! :
Risk of electric shock
* Installation, adjustment, putting into service, use,
assembly, disassembly and maintenance of the
control module is strictly reserved to qualified
personnel.
* Do not attempt to install or repair any electric
device without shutting off incoming power.
WARNING:
* If the Control Module is used in a manner not
specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
* For electrical safety the marked protective conductor terminal inside or outside the Control Module
housing shall be connected to earth.
* If required, mount earth wire (1) between top (2)
and stainless steel washer (3) of earth wire connection (see figure 4.2).
* To fulfill the electrical safety regulations according
IEC 61010-1, a switch and circuit-breaker shall be
included in the building installation. It is advised
to indicate the location of the circuit breaker by
means of a label on or nearby the installed FieldQ
modules. The disconnection switch or circuit
breaker shall disconnect all current-carrying conductors.
* Heat resistant cable and cable glands shall be
used, suitable for temperatures of at least 80°C
* Use and mount cable glands as required by national or local legislation.
* If IP66 or NEMA 4X ingress protection is required,
then the electrical entries must be fitted with devices rated IP66 or NEMA 4X.
Terminals
Control Module
Type Label
Lockable
Module cover
Electrical entries:
3/4”NPT
or M25
Pilot valve
terminals
1/2”NPT
or M20
Option: Manual
control
Electrical safety requirements:
Use
In- and outdoor.
Operating full power available up to
Altitude
2000 meter (6000 feet).
80% for temperatures up to 31°C
Maximum relative
(87.8°F) decreasing linearly to 50%
humidity
relative humidity at 40°C (104°F).
Mains supply
up to ±10% of nominal voltage
fluctuation
Over voltage
II
category
Pollution degree
2 (3 when the cover remains closed)
Temperature
see table 4.1
Switch terminals
Option: Additional
manual control for
“Fail in Last Position”
Fig. 4.1 Terminal connections behind cover.
Fig. 4.2 Earth wire connection
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4.1FieldQ QC4x modules
Hazardous Area instructions
3. Do not open cover of terminal compartment
when an explosive atmosphere is present.
4. Cleaning this housing by rubbing should be
done in a non-hazardous area,
5. Potential electrostatic charging hazard, clean
only with a damp cloth - danger of propagating
discharge.
6. The apparatus shall be installed in such a way
that the risk from electrostatic discharges and
propagating brush discharges caused by rapid
flow of dust is avoided.
7. All grounding and bonding installation requirements must be addressed.
8. The cable entry device and the closing elements of unused apertures must be of a certified flameproof type, suitable for the conditions
of use and correctly installed.
9 Blind plugs or cable gland shall be engaged
into the cable entries minimal 5.5 threads for
M20x1.5 entries and minimal 5 threads for NPT
entries.
10.Certified Ex t cable glands shall be use in a
dust environment.
11.Heat resistant cable and cable glands shall be
used, suitable for temperatures of at least 80°C
12.The maximum temperature of the supply air
must stay below the maximum ambient temperature as marked on the control module (see
table 4.1).
13.The maximum temperature of the base actuator must stay below the maximum ambient
temperature as marked on the control module
(see table 4.1).
14.Contact your local Emerson Process Management representative for information on the
dimensions of the flame proof joints.
15.Precaution shall be taken to avoid danger of
ignition due to electrostatic charges on the
marking plate of the enclosure.
Important
All installation, inspection, maintenance and repair
of the equipment should be performed by suitably
trained personnel.
The Control Modules must not be used in atmospheres that contains acetone, ethyl acetate or
acetic acid vapors.
4.1.1 ATEX/IECEx Intended use
The Control Modules QC4x..P5.. of the FieldQ
pneumatic actuator is a Group II category 2
(ATEX) equipment with protection level Gb, Db
(IECEx) and intended for use in areas in which
explosive atmospheres caused by mixtures of air
and gases, vapors, mists or by air/dusts are likely
to occur.
The pneumatic actuator part, together with the
pneumatic module part of the FieldQ pneumatic
actuators is a Group II category 2 equipment
and intended for use in areas in which explosive
atmospheres caused by mixtures of air and gases,
vapors, mists or by air/dusts are likely to occur.
Therefore it may be used in hazardous area classified Zones 1, 2 (Gasses) and/or 21, 22 (Dust).
& 2 (Gases)
Control Module Type Label =
QC41·MP5MSA1·0040UQP000
Pneumatic action
Switch cartridge
Fig. 4.4 Switch cartridge and pneumatic action
identification
4.1.3 FM Special safety instructions
4.1.2 Hazardous area Special safety
instructions for safe use
1. Metric entries are not allowed. Metric entries
are for IECEx or ATEX installations only.
2. Wiring must be done according NEC 500.
1. For ATEX, all installation, inspection, maintenance and repair must be done by suitably
trained personnel. For information refer to
EN60079-14, EN60079-17, EN60079-19.
2. Substitution of component may impair suitability for Zone 2 Increased Safety.
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Table 4.1 Ambient and maximum surface temperature rating.
Configuration
Module type
Max.
Switch Pneumatic
Power discartridge
action
sipation
QC41 (24VDC)
QC42, QC43
(115 or 230VAC)
QC42, QC43
(115 or 230VAC)
Temperature (°C)
M, G
O,C,N,H (1
Min.
ambient
Max.
ambient
Max.
Surface
Class
S,D,F
3.6W (1
-25°C /
-13°F
+60°C /
+140°F
+80°C /
176°F
T6/T4
S,D
3.6W (1
-25°C /
-13°F
+60°C /
+140°F
+80°C /
176°F
T6/T4
F
7.2W (2
-25°C /
-13°F
+60°C /
+140°F
+80°C /
176°F
T6/T4
Notes:
1 1x or 2x 24VDC pilot valves, or 1x 115/230 VAC pilot valve
2 2x 115 or 230 VAC pilot valves
Switch cartridge
M = Mechanical switches
G = Mechanical switches (gold contacts)
C = 3 wire PNP proximity switch
O = 3 wire NPN proximity switch
N = 2 wire proximity switch
H = 2 wire proximity switch
Pneumatic action
S = Spring Return (Single acting).
D = Double acting.
F = Double acting (Fail in Last Position)
4.1.4 Applied IECEx standards
For FieldQ Control Module:
- QC4x...P5... (x = 1, 2 or 3)
the following standards are applied:
- IEC 60079-0:2007
- IEC 60079-1:2007
- IEC 60079-31:2008
4.1.5 Product marking;
Each control module is marked with the applicable ambient temperature marking (see table 10.1).
IECEx hazardous or Classified Location:
Ex d IIB+H2 T4/T6 Gb
Ex t IIIC T80°C Db
IECEx DEK11.0043X
ATEX hazardous or Classified Location:
1180
II 2G Ex db IIB+H2 T4/T6
II 2D Ex tb IIIC T80°C
DEKRA 11ATEX0092 X
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CL I, II, III, DIV 1
Groups BCDEFG, T4/T6,
Type 4X
CL I, ZN 1, IIB+H2 T4/T6
CSA hazardous or Classified Location:
Class I, II, III, DIV 1
Groups CDEFG, T4/T6,
Type 4X
Ex d IIB+H2 T4/T6
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4.2
Connecting Pilot valve(s)
The Control Module can be equipped with one or
two pilot valves:
* One pilot valve is default and suitable for normal operation of double acting or spring return
actuators
* Two pilot valves are required for Fail in Last
Position for double acting actuators.
Important!
For hazardous area installations see instructions
in paragraph 4.1
Cable range:
0.2 - 2.5mm2 or
30-12AWG
Fig. 4.5 Default Pilot valve wiring connections
1. Before connecting the pilot valve, check the
voltage on the control module label.
2 Remove control module cover (see figure 4.1).
3 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
- Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
4 For normal operation, make the electrical connections as shown in figure 4.5.
For double acting actuators with Fail in Last
Position function, make the electrical connections as shown in figure 4.6
5 Mount the control 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 IP66 or
NEMA4X.
6 Lock the cover in position by turning the lock
screw in, until it blocks.
4.2.1Tools
Table 4.2 Tool table
For terminals
Screw driver 0.6 x 3.5
Cover lock screw
Allen key nr 2
Cable range:
0.2 - 2.5mm2 or
30-12AWG
Fig. 4.6 Pilot valve wiring connections for
Fail in Last Position
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4.3Connecting Mechanical Feedback
switches
Table 4.4 Maximum currents mechanical switches
Switch voltage
M type switch
G type switch
1. Before connecting the switches, check the
model code on the Control Module label.
QCXX.xxxMxx =
Mechanical switches
QCXX.xxxGxx =
Mechanical switches
(gold plated)
2 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
- Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
3. Make connections as shown in figure 4.8 and
table 4.3/4.4
4. Mount the Control Module cover. Take care that
the cover seal is in place to comply to dust and
water tightness according to IP66 or NEMA4X.
125 VAC
10 A (3 A1)
0.1 A 2
250 VAC
10 A (3 A1)
-
30 VDC
0.5 A
0.1 A 2
125 VDC
0.5 A
-
250 VDC
0.25 A
-
Contact
M
G (gold contacts)
Type
Mechanical
Voltage
M: 277 VAC or 250VDC (maximum)
Open
Switch
Switched
Unswitched
Signal
Normally
Open
Contacts
-3°
0°
15°
75°
Rotation
93°
90°
Fig 4.7 Adjustable switch range and factory settings
Table 4.3 Mechanical switches
Option code
Switch signal and adjustable
switch range
Close
switch
Important!
For hazardous area installations see instructions
in paragraph 4.1
Option code
Switch
operation
Wiring diagram:
- M = Mechanical
- G = Mechanical, gold contacts
G: 125 VAC or 30VDC (maximum)
Contacts
NO and NC
Temperature
See table 4.1
Notes:
1. The mechanical (M-type) switches are rated
for 3 A with inductive load.
2 The mechanical (G-type) switches have gold
contacts. For applications where the benefits of
gold contacts are required, the maximum current is 1 A.
Open
Close
Cable range : 0.2 - 2.5mm2 or 30-12AWG
1 Wiring diagram shown, is applicable for actuators with assembly code “CW”. For actuators with assembly code “CC”
(reverse acting) the “Open” and “Closed” switch connections
are also reversed.
2 Wiring diagram is shown in the actuators mid-stroke position.
Fig 4.8 Wiring diagram mechanical switches
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4.4Connecting 2-Wire proximity switches
Switch
1. Before connecting the switches, check the
model code on the Control Module label.
QCXX.xxxNxx = 2-Wire NAMUR proximity
QCXX.xxxHxx = 2-Wire 230VAC proximity
2 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
- Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
3. Make connections as shown in figure 4.11 and
table 4.5 or 4.6.
4. Mount the Control Module cover. Take care that
the cover seal is in place to comply to dust and
water tightness according to IP66 or NEMA4X.
Switch
operation
Switch signal and adjustable
switch range
Close
switch
Switched
Signal
2-Wire 115V
proximity
switch
Open
Switch
Unswitched
-3°
0°
15°
75°
Rotation
93°
90°
Fig 4.9 Switch characteristics 2-wire 230VAC
proximity switch
Important!
For hazardous area installations see instructions
in paragraph 4.1.
Table 4.5 2-Wire NAMUR proximity switches
Option code
N
Type
2-wire inductive, normally closed
Voltage
8 VDC nominal
Output
Unswitched: > 3mA
Switched:
Switch
operation
Switch signal and adjustable switch range
2-wire NAMUR proximity switch
Open Switch
Unswitched
< 1mA
≥ 3mA
Temperature
See table 4.1
Compliant to
DIN EN 60947-5-6 (NAMUR)
Switched
1mA
Table 4.6 2-Wire 230 VAC proximity switches
Option code
H
Voltage
20...250VAC / 10...300VDC
(50...60 Hz AC)
3mA
Maximum
100 mA
Current
Temperature
1mA
≤ 1 mA
-3°
15°
75°
93°
90°
75°
93°
90°
Rotation
0°
Close Switch
Unswitched
Peak
0,9A (20ms/0,5Hz)
Leakage
< 1.7 mA
See table 4.1
3mA
3mA
≥ 3mA
1mA
≥ 3mA
≤ 1 mA
-3°
3mA
15°
Switched
75°
0°
93°
90°
1mA
≤ 1 mA
-3°
15°
0°
Rotation
Fig 4.10 Switch characteristics 2-wire NAMUR
proximity switch
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Wiring diagram:
- 2-Wire NAMUR proximity switches
- 2-Wire 230 VAC proximity switches
1 L- 2
L+ 3
4 L- 5
2
2
1
1
Open
L+ 6
Close
Cable range : 0.2 - 2.5mm or 30-12AWG
2
1 Wiring diagram shown, is applicable for actuators with assembly code “CW”. For actuators with assembly code “CC”
(reverse acting) the “Open” and “Closed” switch connections
are also reversed.
Fig 4.11 Wiring diagram 2-Wire proximity
switches.
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4.5 “3-Wire” proximity switches
Switch
1. Before connecting the switches, check the
model code on the function module label.
QCXX.xxxOxx = 3-Wire PNP proximity
QCXX.xxxCxx = 3-Wire NPN proximity
2 Guide the cable(s) through the electrical
entry(ies).
- Use and mount cable glands as required by
national or local legislation.
3. Make connections as shown in figure 4.12 and
table 4.7
4. Mount the Control Module cover. Take care that
the cover seal is in place to comply to dust and
water tightness according to IP66 or NEMA4X.
Switch
operation
Switch signal and adjustable
switch range
Close
switch
Switched
Unswitched
Signal
3-Wire PNP or
NPN proximity
switch
Open
Switch
-3°
0°
15°
75°
Rotation
93°
90°
Fig. 4.12Switch characteristics 3-wire PNP or
NPN proximity switches.
Important!
For hazardous area installations see instructions
in chapter X
Wiring diagram:
3-Wire proximity switches PNP
Table 4.7 3-Wire proximity switches
Option code
O, V3 PNP
Option code
C, V3 NPN
Function
Make
Voltage
10 - 30V
Current
100 mA maximum
L-
L+
3
L-
5
4
3
4
1
L+
6
L+
6
3
4
1
PNP
0 ... 0.5 mA typical (Off-state)
Temperature
2
1
See table 4.1
Open
Close
Wiring diagram:
3-Wire proximity switches NPN
L-
2
1
L+
3
4
1
3
L-
5
4
3
4
1
NPN
Open
Close
Cable range : 0.2 - 2.5mm2 or 30-12AWG
1 Wiring diagram shown, is applicable for actuators with assembly code “CW”. For actuators with assembly code “CC”
(reverse acting) the “Open” and “Closed” switch connections
are also reversed.
Fig. 4.12Wiring diagram 3-wire PNP or NPN
proximity switches.
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5 Limit switch setting
5.1Factory settings
Mechanical stroke : 90°±0.5° (Actuator setting)
Switch points
: ± 15° before each end of
stroke (open and closed
position, see fig 5.1).
Adjustable range : See chapter 4.2 for the applicable switch type.
Switch points
Closed
15°max
15°max
Open
Factory settings
Fig. 5.1 Adjustable range and factory settings
If required the mechanical stroke and the limit
switch setting can be re-adjusted.
- For mechanical stroke adjustment please see
document DOC.IOM.Q.E, available from
www.FieldQ.com.
- For re-adjusting the limit switches, see procedure below.
5.2.2 Switch point setting and valve rotation
direction.
The QC41, QC42 and QC43 are equipped with
non-intrusive switch adjustment. The adjustment
screws are accessible behind a small shield in the
front of the module (see fig 5.2).
This means that the switch adjustment can be
done without opening the module.
Normally valves are “Closed” after a clock wise
rotation.
- In this case the top adjustment screw (see
fig. 5.2), sets the switch point of the “Closed”
position and bottom adjustment screw sets the
switch point of the “Open” position.
- When you have a valve that is “Open” after a
clock wise rotation, the position feedback will
be reversed.
The table below indicates which re-adjustment
screw and terminals are related to the “Open” or
“Closed” switch point setting (see fig 16).
Table 5.1 Re-adjustment screws
Re-adTerminals
justment
screw :
5.2Before re-adjusting the limit switches.
Valve movement
Bottom
1, 2, & 3
“Close” after
a clock wise
rotation
Open position
Top
4, 5, & 6
Close position
“Open” after
a clock wise
rotation
Close position
Open position
Important!
* Before mounting the actuator on the valve, be sure
that both the actuator and the valve have the same
“open” or “closed” position.
* Set the Mechanical stroke before setting the limit
switches.
5.2.1 Pneumatic and electrical connections
Make pneumatic and electrical connections before
adjusting the limit switch setting. See chapter 3
and 4.
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5.3Re-adjustment of switch points
7. Turn the screw minimal a 1/2 turn counter clock
wise. The “open” position switch point is now
set.
6. Turn the shield back over the adjustment
screws and fasten it with the screw.
Important
DO NO
T
3
4
1
To set and detect the switch point, use a multi meter, connected to the switch terminals, to measure
a resistance change as applicable per switch type
(see applicable wiring diagram in chapter 4.2). For
the proximity switches, you can use a proximity
switch tester.
2
Procedure (see fig 5.2):
“Closed”
Switch point
adjustment
1. Loosen the screw (1) of the shield (2) and turn
the shield down.
Closed Position:
2. Turn top screw (3) clock wise until the switch
trips to the “off state” (no signal).
3. Turn top screw (3) clock wise until the switch
trips to the “on state”. This position represents
the actual, mechanical “closed” position of the
valve.
4. Turn the screw minimal a 1/2 turn clock wise.
The “closed” position switch point is now set.
“Open”
Switch point
adjustment
Note:
360° rotation of adjustment screw is
±8° adjustment of switch point.
Fig. 5.2 Re-adjustment screws for “Open” and
“Closed” position feedback
Open Position:
5. Turn bottom screw (3) clock wise until the
switch trips to the “off state” (no signal).
6. Turn bottom screw (4) counter clock wise until
the switch trips to the “on state”.This position
represents the actual “open” position of the
valve.
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Below procedure assures that the position feedback complies more accurately with the valve position and will set the switch point at approximately
4° before the end of the stroke.
N WHEN E
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The procedure below assumes:
- That the actuator and control modules are
according the factory settings.
If the switch setting is somehow lost or
forgotten, then consult paragraph 6.3 to set
the switch point setting back to factory setting.
- That the actuator / valve assembly is closed
after a clock wise rotation (see chapter 5.2).
Table 5.2 Tool table
14
Shield screw
Cross slotted Phillips nr. PH2
Adjustment screws
0.6 x 3.5 or
Cross slotted Phillips nr. PH2
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5.4Check operation
6 Trouble shooting
5.4.1 Default (single) pilot valve
6.1The “Open” and “Closed” position
feedback signals are reversed from
the actual valve positions.
1 Connect pressure according chapter 3 and a
control signal to terminals (7) 8 and 9 according
§ 4.1 figure 4.3.
2 Actuator moves to “Open” position. “Open” limit
switch is activated and “Close” limit switch is
deactivated.
3 Remove voltage from terminals 9 and 8.
4 Actuator moves to “Close” position. “Close”
limit switch is activated and “Open” limit switch
is deactivated.
6 Mount the cover to the Control Module
(see fig. 4.1).
5.4.1 Dual pilot valve (Fail in Last Position)
operatation
1. Connect pressure according chapter 3 and a
control signal to terminals (7) 8 and 9 according
§ 4.1 figure 4.4.
2. Actuator moves to “Open” position. “Open” limit
switch is activated and “Close” limit switch is
deactivated.
3. Remove voltage from terminals 9 and 8.
4. Actuator Stays in the “Open” position.
5. Connect pressure according chapter 3 and a
control signal to terminals (10) 11 and 12 according § 4.1 figure 4.4.
6. Actuator moves to “Closed” position. “Close”
limit switch is activated and “Open” limit switch
is deactivated.
7. Remove voltage from terminals 9 and 8.
8. Actuator Stays in the “Closed” position.
9. Mount the cover to the Control Module
(see fig. 4.1).
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
the valve.
Before mounting the actuator on the valve, the
actuator and the valve should have the same
“open” or ‘closed” position (see Installation
& Operation Manual FieldQ Valve Actuator
DOC.IOM.Q.E).
2 Some valves may be operated in such a way
that they are:
- “Open” after a clock wise rotation and
- “Closed” after a clock wise rotation.
3 Please see § 5.2 for setting the “Open” and
“Closed” position feedback signals
6.2The actuator does not give (good)
position feedback signals.
1 Check if the actuator is correctly mounted to
the valve.
2 Re-adjust the limit switch setting as per chapter
5.3
6.3Factory setting of the switch points.
Important
The procedure below assumes;
- That the actuator / valve assembly is closed
after a clock wise rotation (see also chapter
5.2).
- The control module is pneumatically and
electrically connected according to chapter
3 and 4.
This procedure sets the switch point settings of the
switches, back to the factory settings (±15° before
each end of stroke), assuming a mechanical
stroke of 90°±0.5° of the actuator.
To set and detect the switch point, use a multi meter, connected to the switch terminals, to measure
a resistance change as applicable per switch type
(see applicable wiring diagram in chapter 4.2). For
the proximity switches, you can use a proximity
switch tester.
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7Maintenance
Procedure (see fig 5.2):
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.
1. Loosen the screw (1) of the shield (2) and turn
the shield down.
Closed Position:
2. Move the actuator/valve assembly to the closed
position by removing the control signal from
terminal 8 and 9 (see § 4.1).
3. Turn top screw (4) clock wise maximum 20
turns, until the switch trips. This can be detected by using use a multi meter, connected to
the switch terminals.
4. Turn back the screw 1 3/4 turn. The “closed”
position switch point is now set to factory setting.
Open Position:
5. Move the actuator to the open position by applying the applicable voltage to terminal 8 and
9 (see § 4.1).
6. Turn bottom screw (3) counter clock wise maximum 20 turns, until the switch trips. This can be
detected by using use a multi meter, connected
to the switch terminals.
7. Turn back the screw 1 3/4 turn. The “open” position switch point is now set to factory setting.
6. Turn the shield back over the adjustment
screws and fasten it with the screw.
8 Optional Controls
8.1Manual Control options
(see figure 8.1)
For commissioning, emergency or maintenance
purposes, the FieldQ can be supplied with one or
two Manual Control options. These can operate
the pilot valve(s) inside the module and as such
operate the actuator, when there is air pressure
available, but no control signal or power supply.
Location for 2nd
Manual Control
Lock
45°
Unlock
On
Default location
of Manual Control
Off
Fig. 8.1 Local Manual Control options
8.1.1 Mounting Manual Control
1 To add a Manual Control, remove the plug(s)
in front of the module and turn in the Manual
Control.
- For normal operation the module should be
fitted with one Manual Control.
- For Double Acting with a Fail-in-Last-Position function, two Manual Control can be
fitted.
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8.1.2 Manual Control operation
1 The Manual Control has a “Push & Lock” function:
- To operate the Manual Control, use a screw
driver, push to activate and release to deactivate the pilot valves.
- If required turn it 45°, to lock it in position
and keep the actuator in its operated state.
2 In case of a Fail in Last Position configuration
with two manual controls:
- The manual control on the right side (default
location) will pressurize the central air
chamber and cause the actuator to rotate
counter clock wise. For reverse acting
FieldQ actuators (Assembly code CC) the
actuator will rotate clock wise.
- The manual control on the left side (Location for 2nd Manual Control) will pressurize
the end cap air chambers and cause the
actuator to rotate clock wise. For reverse
acting FieldQ actuators (Assembly code
CC) the actuator will rotate counter clock
wise.
- In order to operate one of the manual control, be sure the opposite manual control is
de-activated and unlocked.
3 It is possible to rotate the screw multiple cycles.
The unit will than toggle every 90° between
“locked” (1) and “unlocked” (0).
8.2Speed control option
(see figure 8.2).
The FieldQ can be supplied with a Speed Control
option. One throttle is required for Spring Return
actuators and up to two for Double Acting actuators.
The speed control throttle controls the air flow
in and out of an air chamber and as such limits
the speed of the “Opening” and “Closing” stroke
simultaneously.
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Top entry only.
Double Acting:
Bottom and/or top
entries.
2
1
Fig. 8.2 Speed control operation
8.2.1 Mounting Speed Control throttle(s):
1 Remove the plug(s) at the side of the module
and turn in the throttle (1).
2 Spring Return actuators: Use the top entry only.
3 Double acting actuators: Use both bottom and
top entries.
- For standard actuators, the top entry will
throttle the closing stroke.
- For standard actuators, the bottom entry will
throttle the opening stroke.
- For reverse acting actuators, the opposite
strokes will be throttled.
8.2.2 Adjusting Speed Control throttle(s):
1 Remove the nut cap (2).
2 Clockwise rotation of the adjustment screw
reduces the speed.
3 Counter clockwise rotation of the adjustment
screw increases the speed.
4 Replace the nut cap.
9 Related Information
Other documents containing information related to
the FieldQ Module include:
- 1.604.xx
FieldQ Exd/XP Control Module
data sheets
- DOC.IOM.Q.E Installation Operation & Maintenance Manual.
These documents are available, in multiple languages, for download from www.FieldQ.com
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10EC - Declaration of Conformity
Asveldweg 11
7556 BR, HENGELO
The Netherlands
ROC nr 8300
Rev. 0
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
Applicable standards
Notified body
EMC, LVD Directive
Types
Applicable standards
Note
: FieldQ Control module Exd
: Each Control module has an identifiable serial number
: Each Control module has an identifiable Year of Construction
: QC41...P5... , QC42...P5... , QC43...P5...
: DEKRA 11ATEX0092 X
:
II 2G Ex db IIB+H2 T4/T6
II 2D Ex tb IIIC T80°C
: EN 60079-0 : 2009, EN 60079-1 : 2007,
EN 60079-31 : 2009
: SGS Baseefa Ltd., Notified body no : 1180
Rockhead Business Park Buxton Derbyshire SK17 9RZ, UK
: QC41...P5... , QC42...P5... , QC43...P5...
: EN 61010-1 : 2010
: The above listed ATEX certified products are excluded from the Low
Voltage Directive
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