2. Foundation Fieldbus Control Module

2. Foundation Fieldbus Control Module
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Integrated Control modules
QC54 with FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus digital communication.
Features:
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Basic actuator functions for:
- Spring return applications, or
- Double acting applications or,
- Double acting Fail in Last Position applications.
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Suitable for all Q-Series actuator sizes.
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FOUNDATION™-Fieldbus digital communication.
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IPT-technology (Intelligent Position Tracking).
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Initialization by FOUNDATION™- Fieldbus or Push
Button for easy setup of the actuator.
- Press and confirm press the "Auto-Init" button starts
auto-initialization procedure.
- Initialization sets automatically the switch points for the
position feedback of the actuator.
- Initialization checks if the actuator and control module
configuration match. This procedure will detect the action type (Fail-Open, Fail-Close or Fail in last position)
and generate an alert if there is a configuration issue.
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Readjustable or Reversible position feedback using
the re-reassignment buttons or by FOUNDATION™
Fieldbus.
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Adjustable switch points can be adjusted from 5% to
30% before the end of the stroke by FOUNDATION™
Fieldbus.
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APPROVED
Fig. 1. Control module QC54 with
FOUNDATION™-Fieldbus bus communication
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Three indication LED's for "Status", "Open" and
"Closed" position. Status LED indicates:
- Initialization procedure running (blinking),
- Successful initialization procedure (LED is on) or
- No or failed initialization (flashing) or
- A particular unit in the field.
Available as "Weather Proof" for indoors or
outdoors use.
- The robust aluminum alloy enclosure (IP66/
NEMA4X rated), protects the IPT system, pneumatic
components, the feedback switches and terminals and
makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
- The hazardous area versions are available with:
- ATEX, IECEx, or Inmetro Ex ib or Ex nA approvals
for use in Zone 1, 2, 21 and 22
- FM or CSA Intrinsically safe or Non-Incendive
approvals for use in Class I, Division 1 or Class I, Division 2.
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Lockable Control Module cover.
Control Module can be easily mounted to the actuator
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One larger entry (3/4"NPT) is available for larger multicore cables on imperial units.
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Description:
This Q-Series QC54 Control Module offers an integrated
concept for valve automation. Its compact and robust
construction incorporates basic control and feedback functionality and communicates through the FOUNDATION™Fieldbus protocol.
All electrical and pneumatic control components are located inside one module housing making it a compact and robust construction incorporating basic control and feedback
functionality and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Construction:
The Control Module is mounted at the side of the basic
actuator housing. Inside, wiring terminals are available
for connecting the FOUNDATION™- Fieldbus signals. Two
cable entries are available.
One pneumatic connection is available to feed the control
module. The pilot valves inside the control module are
used to send the actuator to its open or closed position.
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Terminal compartment
Control Module
Type Label
Option: 1 or 2
speed control
throttles
Lockable
Module cover
Electrical entries:
3/4”NPT
or M20
Button board
Pneumatic connections:
1/4”BSP or 1/4”NPT
1/2”NPT
or M20
Terminals
bus signal
Fig. 2. Control module overview
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Option: Local
Manual Control
Option: Additional Local Manual Control for
“Fail in Last Position”
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General specifications:
Communication Protocol:
Material housing:
Operating media:
Pneumatic entry:
Protocol :
Transmission :
Maximum current :
Required external :
protection current
Aluminium alloy
Air or inert gasses, filtered at 5µm
Metric units: G1/4"
Imperial units: 1/4”NPT
Electrical connections : Internal 3 pole terminal strip for
bus signal
Internal and external earth connection
Optional quick connectors: 7/8" or
M12 connector (see page 9)
Cable entries:
Metric units: 2x M20x1.5
Imperial units: 1/2” and 3/4"NPT
Enclosure:
Rated IP66 - NEMA4X
Switch points:
Factory set at 15° before each end
of travel (open and closed position).
- Adjustable range:
Between -3° to 15° and +75° to
+93° of the end position.
Finish:
Chromated with polyurethane
based coating.
Temperature range:
-20°C to +50°C (-4°F to +122°F)
Dimensions:
Metric:
Imperial/UNC:
DIN 3337:
See data sheet 1.603.08
See data sheet 1.603.09
See data sheet 1.603.10
Electrical safety requirements:
Use:
Altitude:
Maximum relative:
humidity
In- and outdoor.
Operating full power available up
to 2000 meter (6000 feet).
80% for temperatures up to 31°C
(87.8°F) decreasing linearly to
50% relative humidity at 40°C
(104°F).
Up to ±10% of nominal voltage
FOUNDATION™-Fieldbus
H1, IEC 61158-2
18mA from bus
Restrict the power supply
to <600mA.
Function blocks
The Control Module provides the following function blocks:
- Resource Block (RB)
- Transducer Block (TB)
- Analog Input (AI) Function Block
- Discrete Output (DO) Function Block
- 2x Discrete Input (DI) Function Block
- PID Function Block
Diagnostics and Alerts
Standard FOUNDATION™- Fieldbus diagnostics and
alerts provided meets Emerson PlantWeb Alerts standard.
Applicable diagnostics include:
- Travel times for the Open stroke, Close stroke and
Average travel times.
- Cycle Counters for Control Module, Pneumatic Module, Actuator and Valve
- Time in Position
- Various internal electronic health tests.
- Instrument temperature.
For more detailed information on diagnostics see page 10
and 11.
Mains supply:
fluctuation
Over voltage category: II
Pollution degree:
2 (3 when the cover remains
closed)
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Pneumatic control
Pneumatic control variations
The Control Module contains all the necessary pneumatic
components to control the actuator and control the incoming and outgoing airflow. Pneumatically the modules are
available for three applications:
1 Spring return or
2 Double acting or
3 Double Acting - "Fail-in-Last-Position".
To achieve these functions, each Control Module can
be fitted with one or two pilot valves depending on the
required functionality:
1
2
One pilot valve is default and suitable for normal operation of double acting or spring return actuators
Two pilot valves are required to achieve a "Fail-inLast-Position" functionality on double acting actuators.
Terminals
FOUNDATION
Field bus
Cartridge
Pilot valve 1
Cable range:
0.2 - 2.5mm2 or 30-12AWG
Fig. 4. One pilot valve and wiring connections for standard
Double Acting or Spring Return applications
Terminals
FOUNDATION
Field bus
Cartridge
Pilot valve 1
Pilot valve 2
Cable range:
0.2 - 2.5mm2 or 30-12AWG
Pneumatic cartridge
FOUNDATION™
Fieldbus cartridge
Terminals
bus signal
Fig. 5. Two pilot valves and wiring connections for Double
Acting "Fail in Last Position" applications
Fig. 3. Pilot valve and pneumatic cartridge
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Pneumatic components
The pneumatic components inside the module consist
out of one or two pilot valves and a 3/2 spool valve or 5/2
bistable spool valve. The spool valves are pneumatically
operated by the pilot valves.
To assure trouble-free operation, the spool valves are
equipped with big ports. This enables a large air flow and
makes it less sensitive for contamination of the internals.
The large air flow also fast cycle times and enables it to be
utilized for the entire Q-Series Series actuator range.
Internal corrosion protection:
The spring return models have standard a built in “Breather” function. During the spring stroke, the exhaust air
from the center chamber (A-Port) is first fed to the spring
chamber (B-port) preventing air from outside from being
sucked into the spring chamber. This reduces the possibility of internal corrosion and maximizes the actuators’
working life.
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Fail safe
(spring return)
A-port
B-port
Option: Throttle 1
3/2 Spool valve
Option: LMC
Ps
Ra
Pilot valve 1
Double acting
Pneumatic options
Speed Control
The QC54 control module 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.
A-port
5/2 Spool valve
Rb
Ps
Ra
Pilot valve 1
The exhaust ports Ra and Rb on the module are shipped
from the factory with transport protection.
The module can be equipped with either silencers or
vents.
For commissioning, emergency or maintenance purposes,
the QC54 control module can be supplied with Manual
Control options. These options can operate the actuator
when there is air pressure available, but no control signal
or power supply.
- 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.
Option:
Throttle 2
Option: LMC
Silencers and vents
Manual Control
B-port
Option:
Throttle 1
Double Acting
Fail in Last
Position
A-port
Option:
Throttle 1
B-port
Option:
Throttle 2
5/2 Spool valve
Option: LMC 1
Option: LMC 2
Ps
Rb
Ra
Pilot valve 1
Fig. 6. Pneumatic operation
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Pilot valve 2
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Switch point setting
The QC54 control modules are equipped with a button
board that allows you to set or readjust the switch points
for the position feed back.
Closed reassignment
button
Status LED
Press and
confirm press
Open reassignment
button
on
LED = Flashing
off
Initialization sets automatically the switch points for the
position feedback of the actuator and checks if the actuator and control module configuration match. This procedure will detect the action type (Fail-Open, Fail-Close
or Fail in last position) and generate an alert if there are
configuration issues.
This process is done automatically, by the module, however, the user must start it and the unit must be wired and
powered.
Digital communication is not required but power supply is
necessary (9V to 32V DC). The initialization process can
be started in one of two ways:
1. Initialization using the local buttons (see fig. 7).
2. Initialization using a bus command (see Reference
manual QC54, DOC.RM.QC54.E)
Indication LED's
on
off
Auto-Initialization
LED = Blinking
Time
* The default setting of the reassignment buttons is: enabled
when the unit is in “Out of Service”.
* ”Open” and “Closed” LED are disabled.
Fig. 7. Button board
Button board functions:
Initialization button:
Start Auto-Initialization procedure
Re-adjustment of the "Closed" switch point
Close button:
Set to factory settings
Re-adjustment of the "Closed" switch point
Open button:
Set to factory settings
End stop
offsets
End stop
offsets
±40°
±40°
Three indication LED's for "Status", "Open" and "Closed"
position are available. The status LED indicates:
- Initialization procedure running (blinking),
- Successful initialization procedure (LED is on) or
- No or failed initialization (flashing)
Recognize Function
An additional function of the Status LED is the recognize
function. To recognzie a particular unit in the plant, the
"Recognizing LED" function can be activated in the transducer block. When this function is activated, the Status
LED will blink for 300 seconds (5 minutes).
Changing Switch Point Setting
Readjustment of switch points
10°max
“Close”
end
position
10°max
When switch point re-adjustment is required but it is
not allowed that the actuator/valve unit cycles, the new
switch point can be set by pressing the corresponding
"Open" or "Closed" button.
Factory settings
Pressing both the Open and Close reassignment buttons,
while powering up, will set the module back to its factory
settings.
“Open”
end position
Factory settings
Setting after initialization
Fig. 8. Switch point setting
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Control Module Options
Local Manual Control
Speed Control
Description
Description
For commissioning, emergency or maintenance purposes,
the QC54 control module 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.
The QC54 control module 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. This
throttle consists of :
1 Nut cover
2 Main throttle with set screw.
Notes:
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One Local Manual Control is required for normal operation of Double acting or Spring return actuators.
For Double acting actuator with a Fail-in-last position function, a second Local Manual Control can be
mounted.
These options can be ordered together with the Control Module or as a kit to be mounted later.
For option ordering codes, see page 7
Note:
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For Spring Return actuators with one speed control
throttle, it is not possible to set both the stroke cycle
times to an equal time.
Four Double Acting actuators it is possible to mount
two speed control throttles.
The actual stroke cycle times depend on the actual
load on the actuator during the different strokes.
Spring Return:
Top entry only.
Location for 2nd
Local Manual
Control
Lock
45°
Unlock
On
Double Acting:
Bottom and/or top entries.
Default location of
Local Manual
Control
1
Off
Fig. 9. Local Manual Control option
Fig. 10. Speed control options
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Hazardous area executions
Control Module QC54 with FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is available with optional intrinsically safe (IS) or Non-Incendive/
Non Sparking (NI) approvals as listed below:
APPROVED
IECEx
ATEX
FM
Certificate No.: Pending
Certificate No.: Pending
Certificate No.: Pending
Intrinsically safe*
Intrinsically safe*
Intrinsically safe*
Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
Intrinsically safe,
Class I, II, III Div.1,
Groups ABCDEFG, T4,
Type4/IP66
Class 1, Zone 1,
AEx ib IIC T4
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db -
Non-Sparking
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
-
Non-Sparking
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
CSA
Non Incendive
-
Class I, II, III, Division 2,
Groups ABCDFG, T4,
Class I, Zone 2, IIC T4,
Certificate No.: Pending
Intrinsically safe*
-
Intrinsically safe,
Class I, II, III Div.1,
Groups ABCDEFG, T4
Ex ib IIC T4, IP66,
(Class 1, Zone 1)
Non Incendive
-
Class I, II, III Div.2,
Groups ABCDFG, T4
Ex nA II T4
(Class I, Zone 2)
Inmetro
Certificate No.: Pending
Intrinsically safe*
Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
Ex ib IIIC T80°C Db
Non-Sparking
Ex nA IIC T4 Gb IP66
Ex ic IIC T4 Gc IP66
Check Inmetro
product marking
Ambient temperature:
T4 @ Ta = -20°C...+50°C IP66
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Note:
* The assembly of a Q-Series Actuator with the intrinsically safe QC54 Control Module, may be used in (ATEX) classified Zones 1, 2 (Gasses) and/or 21, 22 (Dust).
FISCO systems
The Q-Series QC54 is suitable for use in a FISCO system in accordance with IEC 60079-27
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Wiring and Quick Connectors
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus terminal wiring
Wiring for hazardous areas
The QC54 module can be connected to the system by
hard wiring the module to the terminals The QC54 Module
can optionally be equipped with prewired quick connectors. Two versions are available: 7/8” or M12 (male chassis part).
Detailed safe area, Intrinsically safe or Non-Incendive/
Non-Sparking wiring instructions, will be shipped with the
product, see Installation Guide : DOC.IG.QC54.1
Field wiring
Quick connectors, as shown are excluded for non-Incendive or non-sparking use in hazardous area’s classified as
Zone 2 or 22 or Cl I, II, III, Div. 2.
Actuator wiring
+ 1
FF
Power
supply
Quick connectors
Wiring dimensions
2
- 3
Solid wire
Stranded wire
: 2.5mm2 max.
: 0.2-3.3mm2 or 24-12 AWG
Quick connector pinouts:
(male chassis part)
1
3
2
4
7/8" UNC
4
1
3
2
2
4
1
Blue
1
Brown
2
Green/Yellow
M12
Quick
connector
3
Terminal
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Diagnostics and PlantWeb Alerts
QC54 FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus
Diagnostics
PlantWeb Alerts
The Q-Series QC54 Control Module with FOUNDATION™
Fieldbus communication has diagnostic capabilities.
These process parameters can give information about
communication condition, valve and/or actuator unit. It
enables to predict failures in advance and makes maintenance easier to schedule. The following diagnostics are
available for the QC54 control module:
PlantWeb Alerts are alerts that have been predefined and
categorized for the user. These device alerts can be used
to help troubleshoot the instrument (see also page 4).
There are three categories:
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Failed alerts,
A failed alert indicates a failure within the device that
will make the device, or some part of the device, nonoperational.
1
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Maintenance alerts
A maintenance alert indicates that the device, or some
part of the device, needs maintenance soon.
-
Advisory alerts
An advisory alert indicates a condition that does not
have a direct impact on the device’s primary function.
If the condition is ignored, the device will eventually
fail.
2
Timer parameters:
1 Open and Closed travel time
2 High and low limits of Open and Closed travel time
3 Average travel times of last 30 strokes of Open and
Closed travel.
4 High and low limits of average Open and Closed
travel time
Cycle Counters
1. Control Module - Counts how many times the Control Module cycles (read only).
2. Pneumatic Module - Counts how many times the
Pneumatic Module cycles.
3. Actuator - Counts how many times the actuator
cycles.
4. Valve - Counts how many times the valve cycles.
3
Time In Position
5
Various internal electronic health tests.
These alerts, when enabled, can participate in the DeltaV
alarm interface tools such as the alarm banner, alarm list,
and alarm summary.
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Diagnostics and PlantWeb Alerts
Alerts & recommended actions
Alert default setting
Advisory
Alerts
Recommended actions
bit 0
Reserved
bit 1
Internal alerts, bad position sensor
bit 4
Internal alerts, bad temperature
sensor
Internal alerts, Specified system
temperature exceeded
Internal alerts, Software error
bit 5
Internal alert, travel deviation
bit 6
Internal alerts, Shutdown is set
bit 7
Internal alerts, Undefined error
Counter alerts, Control Module life
cycle exceeded
Counter alerts, Pneumatic Module
life cycle exceeded
Counter alerts, Actuator life cycle
exceeded
Counter alerts, Valve life cycle
exceeded
bit 2
bit 3
bit 8
bit 9
bit 10
bit 11
bit 12
Timer alerts: time in position limit
bit 16
Timer alerts: open travel time limit
exceeded
Timer alerts: close travel time limit
exceeded
Initialization Failed (reason from
AUTO_INITIALIZATION STATUS)
Reserved Primary Value Failure
bit 18
Reserved HW/SW Incompatibility
bit 13
bit 14
bit 15
Feedback problem, replace control
module when possible
Temperature sensor problem, replace
Control Module when possible
Take corrective actions to bring temperature within specified range.
Lost position, Check air pressure
Internal communications problem,
check shutdown configuration for
restart, Replace Control Module.
Control Module life cycle exceeded,
Replace Control Module
Pneumatic Module life cycle exceeded, Replace Pneumatic Module.
Actuator life cycle exceeded, Replace actuator.
Valve life cycle exceeded, take Valve
requires maintenance.
Time in position exceeded, appropriate action.
Open travel timer exceeded, check
valve system.
Close travel timer exceeded, check
valve system.
Check air pressure, check actuator
sizing, check valve system.
Internal communications are lost,
Reserved IO Failure (FF card lost IO
bit 19
device will act according to shutdown
board)
configuration.
bit 20
Reserved Mechanical Failure
Maintenance
Fail
enable
mask *
enable
mask *
enable
mask *
n
n
y
y
n
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y
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bit 21
Reserved TB NV Memory Failure
bit 22
Reserved RB NV Memory Failure
y
y
n
n
n
n
bit 23
Reserved TB Electronics Failure
y
n
n
n
n
n
bit 24
Reserved RB Electronics Failure
y
y
n
n
n
n
(*) Mask “n” indicates masked out (not visible).
For more detailed information about the configuration of the QC54 Foundation Fieldbus Module see Reference Manual
DOC.RM.QC54.E. This manual is available for download from www.FieldQ.com.
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Namur NE-107 Alarms
This section describes the parameter interaction to implement
a FieldQ™ QC54 Control module to the NAMUR NE-107
requirements as a parameter group in the Resource Block.
There are four alarm categories defined as per the NE-107
specification, Failed, Off Specification, Maintenance, and
Check function.
Maintenance Although the output signal is valid, the wear
reserve is nearly exhausted or a functions will soon be restricted due to operational conditions e.g. build-up of deposits
Off Specification Off-spec means that the device is operating outside its specified range or an internal diagnostic indicates deviations from measured or set values due to internal
problems in the device or process characteristics (e.g. bubble
formation in flow metering or valve sticking). Check Function Output signal temporarily invalid (e.g.
frozen) due to on-going work on the device.
Failed Output signal invalid due to malfunction in the field
device or its peripherals.
Parameter
Mnemonic
FD_CHECK_ACTIVE
Obj
Type
S
Data Type/
Structure
Bit String
Use/Model
Store
Each of these categories share 32 conditions that can be
defined by the device manufacturer. Each condition may be
mapped or not mapped for each category. If a condition is
mapped then it is indicated in the* ACTIVE parameter. If the
condition in the * ACTIVE parameter is not masked by the
corresponding bit in the *_MASK parameter then the condition will be queued for broadcast using the corresponding
*ALM parameter at the associated priority indicated by *PRI
parameter. The 4 categories are defined below.
The conditions are not expected to identify explicitly the root
cause of the condition, but rather to identify it in terms of:
• Replace the device
• Replace a part of the device
• Correct a configuration problem
• Fix something outside of the device
The above list is all that the operator needs to know to restore
his process functionality and if there are more than 31 device
conditions they should be grouped by definition into these bit
Size
Valid
Range
Initial
Value
C/FD Active
D
4
FD_CHECK_ALM
R
DS-87
C/Alarm
D
15
FD_CHECK_MAP
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_CHECK_MASK
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_CHECK_PRI
S
Unsigned8
C/Alert Priority
S
1
FD_EXTENDED_ACTIVE_n
S
Bit String
C/Contained
D
4
FD_EXTENDED_MAP_n
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_FAIL_ACTIVE
S
Bit String
C/FD Active
D
4
FD_FAIL_ALM
R
DS-87
C/Alarm
D
15
FD_FAIL_MAP
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_FAIL_MASK
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_FAIL_PRI
S
Unsigned8
C/Alert Priority
S
1
FD_MAINT_ACTIVE
S
Bit String
C/FD Active
D
4
FD_MAINT_ALM
R
DS-87
C/Alarm
D
15
FD_MAINT_MAP
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_MAINT_MASK
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_MAINT_PRI
S
Unsigned8
C/Alert Priority
S
1
FD_OFFSPEC_ACTIVE
S
Bit String
C/FD Active
D
4
FD_OFFSPEC_ALM
R
DS-87
C/Alarm
D
15
FD_OFFSPEC_MAP
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_OFFSPEC_MASK
S
Bit String
C/Contained
S
4
FD_OFFSPEC_PRI
S
Unsigned8
C/Alert Priority
S
1
0 - 15
0
FD_RECOMMEN_ACT
S
Unsigned16
C/Contained
D
2
0
FD_SIMULATE
R
DS-89
C/FD Simulate
D
9
1 – manf
spec
FD_VER
S
Unsigned16
C/Contained
S
2
Permission
Other
Read only
Range
Check
ALARM
ALARM
0 - 15
0
ALARM
Yes
Read only
Read only
ALARM
ALARM
0 - 15
0
ALARM
Yes
Read only
ALARM
ALARM
0 - 15
0
ALARM
Yes
Read only
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
Yes
Read only
disabled
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Product data sheet
Sheet No.: 1.604.12 - Rev: 1, Page 13 of 13
November 2015
Date:
FieldQ
Control Module Configuration:
Sample code:
QC54 . U WP G S A 1 . 0040 I NS 0 IP 0 1
QC54 • UWPSSA1 • 0150INS0IP01
Top entry glands and plugs
- Control module with
Bottom entry glands and plugs
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus
Pneumatic exhaust
•
Manual Control
- Imperial unit with 1/2"NPT and
Speed control
3/4"NPT electrical entries and
Mounting Options
1/4"NPT pneumatic entry.
- Weather Proof
IPT Device size actuator
- Standard control module
Language
- Suitable for Spring Return actuators
Future Expansions
•
Action
- With IPT probe for Q0150 size actuaControl module options
tor
- Installed to actuator.
Protection method
- No speed control option
Conduit connections
- No manual control option
Control module
- With IP65/NEMA4 exhaust
- Transport plug in bottom entry
- Metal blind plug in top entry
Control Module Type
QC54 Foundation Fieldbus communication
●
Conduit connections
M
2x M20 x 1.5
U
Top: 3/4"NPT, Bottom: 1/2" NPT
Protection method (see note 1)
WP Weatherproof: IP66/NEMA4X (no approvals)
P1
Intrinsically Safe - ATEX, CSA and FM (only for QC54)
P4
Non Spark/Incend, ATEX, CSA & FM (for QC40 and QC54)
Control Module Switch Type
S
Standard configuration (only for QC54)
Module Action
S
Single acting
D
Double acting
F
Double Acting Fail in Last Position
Future Expansion
A
Standard Yellow
Language Code
1
English
●
IPT probe size for actuator
0040 Q40 actuator
0065 Q65 actuator
0100 Q100 actuator
0150 Q150 actuator
0200 Q200 actuator
0350 Q350 actuator
0600 Q600 actuator
0950 Q950 actuator
1600 Q1600 actuator
0000 No IPT probe
Mounting Options
I
Installed On Actuator
U
Uninstalled
Speed control
NS
No Speed Control
N1
Spring Return (1x throttle)
N2
Double acting (2x throttle)
Manual Control (see note 2)
0
No Manual Control
1
1 x Manual Control (Push&Lock)
2
2 x Manual Control (Push&Lock)
Pneumatic exhaust
IP
IP65/NEMA4 rated exhaust
IN
Non metalic exhaust / Check valve
ZZ
Special exhaust
Glands & Plugs (see note 3, 4)
Bottom entry
0
Transport plug
1
Metal blind plug
2
Plastic Gland
3
Metal Gland
4
Eurofast (M12)
5
Minifast (7/8”)
Top entry
0
Transport plug
1
Metal blind plug
2
Plastic Gland
3
Metal Gland
4
Eurofast (M12)
5
Minifast (7/8”)
Note:
1 Metric control modules are marked with ATEX and IECEx markings.
2 Imperial control modules are marked with ATEX, IECEx, FM and
CSA markings.
3 The options below are all options available. Not all options apply to
all configurations.
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