AIM

AIM
Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring
Installation and Operation Manual
Models: AD5000, ST5700, TD5100
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IOM-256-B
Installation and Set Up Overview
Warning: Lithium Batteries and Shipping
Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring™ products
use lithium batteries as power source. Lithium
batteries are regulated in transportation by the
U.S. Department of Transportation and are also
covered by IATA (International Air Transportation
Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation
Organization), and ADR (2009 European agreement
concerning International Carriage of Dangerous
Goods). Confirm transmitters are packaged and
shipped in accordance with all shipping regulations.
Warning: Compliance
This transmitter complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following condition:
• This transmitter may not cause harmful interference.
• This transmitter must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operations.
Warning: Sparking Hazard
Risk of electrostatic sparking when installed in explosive
atmosphere, clean only with a damp cloth.
Warning: Explosion Hazard
Please review product certifications when installing
transmitter in explosive or potentially explosive
atmospheres. This transmitter must be installed
in accordance with appropriate local, national and
international standards, codes and practices.
Warning: Usage
This manual should be used by experienced personnel
as a guide to the installation of the Models AD5000,
ST5700, and TD5100 Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring™
System. Selection or installation of equipment should
always be accompanied by competent technical
assistance. You are encouraged to contact Armstrong
International or its local sales representative for
additional information.
Warning: Damaged Transmitter
If the transmitter becomes damaged, immediately
remove from service. Do not attempt repair or
maintenance. Contact Armstrong Smart Services
Group at:
+12692731415
Armstrong International, Inc.
816 Maple St.
Three Rivers, MI 49093
Warning: Environment
It is the responsibility of the end user to verify that
the process and environment that the transmitter
is placed in is free of hazards that will damage the
transmitter. Proper conditions are outlined in this
document and should be followed to ensure the
transmitter does not sustain damage.
Warning: Maintenance (Battery)
Authorized maintenance to the transmitter(s)
is limited to replacing the battery. All other
maintenance should be performed only by
Armstrong Smart Services Group. Do not attempt
any other maintenance aside from changing the
battery and contact Armstrong Smart Services
Group for repair:
Warning: Maintenance Safety
Use industrial standard safety protocol when
installing, removing, or performing authorized
maintenance procedures on Armstrong Intelligent
Monitoring™ transmitter on, or near, process
equipment (This includes, but is not limited
to, steam traps, relief valves, hot pipes, and
equipment).
+12692731415
Armstrong International, Inc.
816 Maple St.
Three Rivers, MI 49093
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Installation and Set Up Overview
Table of Contents
WirelessHART Overview
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Designing a WirelessHART Network
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Installing Battery
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Note: Start with transmitter closest to WirelessHART Gateway.
Programming
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Note: Program before installation to prevent access problems.
Verifying Operations
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installing Waveguide™ and Transmitter
Preparation
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9
Proper Installation by Pipe Temperature—Models ST5700 & AD5000
Install Acoustic Transmitter—Model AD5000
Install Steam Trap Transmitter—Model ST5700
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10
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11
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Install Temperature Transmitter—Model TD5100
Operation
7
Troubleshooting
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Product Specifications and Certifications
13
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Product Labels
Product Dimensions
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WirelessHART Overview
WirelessHART is a simple, reliable, and secure industrial wireless communications protocol.
When route is obstructed,
the network provides
another route.
WirelessHART Gateway (receiver)
is the controller of the network:
• It has network ID.
• It allows other transmitters to
join the network.
• It integrates into other
control systems.
Obstruction
Mesh network technology
allows several signal
routes to the receiver.
AIM® – Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring
transmitters:
• Acoustic Monitor (AD5000)
• Steam Trap Monitor (ST5700)
• Temperature Monitor (TD5100)
Page 1 of 16
Designing a WirelessHART Network
WirelessHART Best Practices
Obstructions affect transmission distance:
Level of Obstruction
Typical Transmission Distance
feet (meters)
Each transmitter should have
three neighbors minimum.
None
(line of sight)
Up to 1000 ft. (300 m)
25% of the transmitters should report
directly to WirelessHART Gateway.
Light
Up to 500 ft. (150 m)
Medium
(can drive a vehicle through it)
Up to 200 ft. (60 m)
Note: Allowable minimum is 10% or five
WirelessHART transmitters.
Heavy
(can only walk through it)
Up to 100 ft. (30 m)
Transmission rate affects network:
• Higher/frequent transmission rates
reduce the number of transmitters
allowed on network
• Higher transmission rates reduce
battery life
• Lower transmission rates reduce
resolution
Gateway
Transmitter
Recommended
Minimum
6 ft. (1.8 m)
Off Ground
Recommended
Minimum
2 ft. (0.6 m)
Off Ground
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Installing Battery
Recommendation: Install battery at monitoring
location to help transmitter learn network neighbors.
1 Remove back
housing cap.
2 Inspect O-ring:
• Replace if worn or
damaged.
• Lubricate if necessary.
3 Install battery with positive
side down.
Note: Use only TADIRAN
model TLH-5920 lithium
ion battery. Use caution
when installing battery not
to damage or bend any
components.
Rules and Regulations
This transmitter is designed for live maintenance
in hazardous environments. All maintenance
should be performed by experienced personnel
in accordance with local, national, and
international standards and codes.
4 Reinstall back housing cap
– torque 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
Warning: Explosion Hazard
Do not place conductive objects or materials
within battery compartment.
Warning: Explosion Hazard
Do not open when dust atmosphere is present.
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Note: Properly tighten cap
to avoid water leakage into
housing.
Programming
Obtain Network ID and Join Key
Note: The Network ID tells the transmitter what network to talk on. The Join Key is the password to talk on that network. Both
are necessary for the transmitter to communicate on the network and must be programmed into the transmitter to match the
Gateway.
2 Select Yes to show the Join Key.
1 Select Setup—Network—Settings.
Enable Active Advertising
Note: The transmitters will initiate communication with the Gateway automatically. To speed up the process, it is recommended
that the Active Advertising be turned on in the Gateway.
1 Login to Gateway.
3 Select Activate.
2 Select Setup—Network—Speed.
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Note: Transmitter should check
into Gateway within 30 minutes.
Programming (continued)
1 Remove front
housing cap.
Programming
Pins
(with display)
(without display)
2 Use HART communicator to program (see page 4)
the following:
• Transmitter ID
• Network ID
• Join key
– OR –
4
• Temperature setting
• Temperature units
• HART tag
Note: If programming in hazardous environment,
confirm programming transmitter is classified for
that location. See page 15 for Entity Parameters.
15
HART Communicator Options
USB Modem
Handheld
Communicator
Software
3 Reinstall front housing cap – torque 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
Note: Properly tighten cap to avoid water leakage into housing.
Page 5 of 16
Verifying Operations
Verify Transmitter is Checking in Properly
1 Select Explorer.
2 View HART status.
• Green = activated
• Red = not activated
Available Information through Local Display
Network and Transmitter Information
TRANSMITTER ID: Unique ID specific to
transmitter
NETWORK ID: Network ID of Gateway
and Transmitter(s)
NETWORK STATUS: OPERATIONAL or
SEARCHING; reflects if transmitter is
communicating on network
BATTERY VOLTAGE: Current voltage
available in battery
For Transmitter Monitoring Condition Displays,
refer to Transmitted Information Chart on page 12.
12
Page 6 of 16
Note: Repeat steps as needed to
activate transmitter.
Installing Waveguide™ and Transmitter
Preparation
Clearance
Make sure Waveguide is oriented so
that enough clearance is available to
install transmitter.
Note: Install antenna in vertical
position for optimal performance.
Okay
Obstruction
Important: To prevent damage, do not
rotate antenna more than 180 degrees.
Recommendation: Install transmitter at least
3 ft. (1 m) from any large structure for optimal
performance.
3'
Optimal
3'
Note: Install the transmitter so that hazards do
not interfere with or damage the transmitter.
Examples of physical hazards include, but are
not limited to: blowing steam or condensate
directly onto the transmitter, high temperature
pipes, installation in pathways where the
transmitter could be struck by personnel or
vehicles, etc.
3'
Installation Choice
Acoustic (AD5000)
Go to page 9.
9
Steam Trap (ST5700)
Go to page 10.
10
Page 7 of 16
Temperature (TD5100)
Go to page 11.
11
Proper Transmitter Positioning
for Models ST5700 & AD5000
Transmitter should be mounted as
depicted in the illustration based on the
pipe temperature.
Pipe Temperature
0-185 ºC / 32-365 ºF
Saturated Steam Pressure
0-150 PSI / 0-10 BAR
Pipe Temperature
186-231 ºC / 366-448 ºF
Saturated Steam Pressure
151-400 PSI / 11-27 BAR
Pipe Temperature
232-313 °C / 449-596 °F
Saturated Steam Pressure
401-1500 PSI / 28-103 BAR
Note: Heat Sink Required.
Page 8 of 16
Install Acoustic Transmitter—Model AD5000
Note: Make sure transmitter is programmed (see page 4) and preparation is completed (see page 6).
3 Refer to page 8 to
determine the proper
installation orientation
for pipe temperature/
steam pressure.
1 Position Waveguide no
greater than 6 in. (15 cm)
from body valve.
8
Note: If heat sink
required, make sure
cup side of heat sink is
up.
Note: Thread heat sink
to the top.
Maximum 6 in.
(15 cm)
Jam
Nut
Cup
4 Carefully thread
acoustic transmitter
stem into Waveguide.
Note: Do not crossthread stem.
5 Torque transmitter to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
6 Tighten jam nut to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
7
2 Install Waveguide:
• Assemble Waveguide
around discharge pipe.
• Torque Waveguide bolts
to 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
8
Page 9 of 16
Install insulation jacket
on transmitter(s) where
accelerated heat loss
may occur.
Consult Factory if needed.
Confirm caps are
tightened to 25 ft-lb
(34 N-m).
Install Steam Trap Transmitter—Model ST5700
Note: Make sure transmitter is programmed (see page 4) and preparation is completed (see page 6).
3 Refer to page 8 to
determine the proper
installation orientation
for pipe temperature/
steam pressure.
1 Position Waveguide
no greater than 6 in.
(15 cm) from inlet.
8
Note: If heat sink
required, make sure
cup side of heat sink is
up.
Note: Thread heat sink
to the top.
Maximum 6 in.
(15 cm)
Jam
Nut
Cup
4 Carefully thread steam
trap transmitter stem
into Waveguide.
Note: Do not crossthread stem.
5 Torque transmitter to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
6 Tighten jam nut to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
7
2 Install Waveguide:
• Assemble Waveguide
around pipe.
• Torque Waveguide bolts
to 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
8
Page 10 of 16
Install insulation jacket
on transmitter(s) where
accelerated heat loss
may occur.
Consult Factory if
needed.
Confirm caps are
tightened to 25 ft-lb
(34 N-m).
Install Temperature Transmitter—Model TD5100
Note: Make sure transmitter is programmed (see page 4) and preparation is completed (see page 6).
Important: The model TD5100 should not be
installed on surfaces in excess of 200°C (398°F).
1 Install Waveguide:
• Assemble Waveguide
around pipe.
• Torque Waveguide bolts
to 25 ft-lb (34 N-m).
Note: If alternate mounting
bracket is used, the stem
of the TD5100 transmitter
must touch surface that is
being monitored.
2 Carefully thread
temperature transmitter
stem into Waveguide.
Note: Do not crossthread stem.
3 Torque transmitter to
20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
4 Tighten Tighten jam nut
to 20 ft-lb (27 N-m).
5
6
Page 11 of 16
Install insulation jacket
on transmitter(s) where
accelerated heat loss
may occur.
Consult Factory if
needed.
Confirm caps are
tightened to 25 ft-lb
(34 N-m).
Operation
Transmitted Information
The following information is sent from the transmitters:
Information
Transmitter
ID
HART
Tag
Primary
Variable (PV)
Secondary
Variable (SV)
Tertiary
Variable (TV)
Quaternary
Variable (QV)
Acoustic—
Model AD5000
Counts (0-255)
Current
temperature
reading
(ºF or ºC)
Alarm Setting
(default 0)
Estimated
Battery Life
(Days)
Steam Trap—
Model ST5700
Trap Condition
• 1 – OK = no alarm; steam
trap is functioning properly.
• 2 – CD = alarm; steam trap
plugged/locked or steam
supply valve off.
• 3 – BT = alarm; steam trap
failed to open, experiencing
steam loss.
Current
temperature
reading
(ºF or ºC)
Temperature
Setting*
Estimated
Battery Life
(Days)
Temperature—
Model TD5100
Temperature (ºF or ºC)
Status Bit
• 1 – Temp.
above setting
• 2 – Temp.
below setting
Temperature
Setting
Estimated
Battery Life
(Days)
*Transmitter temperatures measuring less than user-defined set point will trigger COLD
alarm. Default value = 51ºC (125ºF)
Page 12 of 16
Troubleshooting
Condition
Possible Cause(s)
Action
Temperature reading
incorrect
External environmental Wrap insulation around stem of transmitter.
conditions (wind, rain,
cold)
Note: For continued incorrect readings, contact factory.
Transmitter stopped
communicating
Battery needs
replacement
1. Wipe unit with damp cloth to remove potential electrical discharge.
2. Install TADIRAN model TLH-5920 lithium ion battery.
See Installing Battery, page 3.
3
Transmitter out of
range
Transmitter not
Join key failure
displaying on Explorer
page
Install additional Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring™ transmitters to extend
network range.
Check the "Join failures" screen:
1. Select Diagnostics—Network—Join failures
2. Verify transmitter connection. If transmitter is not connected, reprogram
transmitter with network ID and join key that matches information key in
Gateway:
• Select Setup—Network—Settings.
• Select Yes to show join key.
3. See Programming, page 4.
4
Steam trap monitor
alternating between
CD and OK or reading
a constant CD
Temperature setting
too high
1. Verify steam is on to the steam trap.
2. Investigate and adjust temperature setting to a more appropriate value
using web interface.
“Deep Sleep” stated
on handheld
Transmitter has not
joined network
Re-join the transmitter to the network
“Critical Power
Failure” on handheld
Battery is very low or
installed wrong
Replace Battery
Page 13 of 16
Product Specifications and Certifications
Factory Mutual (FM) Approval
United States
Intrinsic Safe for Class I/II/III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, and G
Zone Rating: Zone 0, AEx ia IIC
Temperature Code: T3
Ambient Temperature Range: Tamb -40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
For use with TADIRAN model TLH-5920 lithium ion battery only
Standards used for Certification:
FM3600, FM3610, FM3810, ANSI/ISA 60079-0, ANSI/ISA 60079-11
Canada
Intrinsic Safe for Class I/II/III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, and G
Zone Rating: Zone 0, Ex ia IIC
Temperature Code: T3
Ambient Temperature Range: Tamb-40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
For use with TADIRAN model TLH-5920 lithium ion battery only
Standards used for Certification:
CSA 1010.1, CSAC22.2No.157, CSAC22.2No.25,CAN/CSAE60079-0, CAN/CSA60079-11
European
Certification
ATEX Intrinsic Safety
Ex ia IIC T3
Ambient Temperature Range: Tamb -40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
For use with TADIRAN model TLH-5920 lithium ion battery only
Standards used for Certification:
EN60079-0,EN60079-11, EN 60079-26
IECEx
Certification
Equipment Protection Level: Ga
Gas/Vapour: EX ia IIC T3
Ambient Temperature Range: Tamb -40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
For use with TADIRAN model TLH-5920 lithium ion battery only
Standards used for Certification:
IEC 60079-0, IEC 60079-11, IEC 60079-26
Ingress Protection Rating
IP66
Output
WirelessHART 2.4 GHz
Local Display (if applicable)
Liquid Crystal Display
Viewing Area: 1.34" x 0.55" (34 mm x 14 mm)
Temperature Operating Range
With display: -30ºC to 80ºC (-22ºF to 176ºF)
Without display: -40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
Materials of Construction
Housing – Aluminum
Paint – Powder Coat
O-ring – Nitrile
Stem – 304 SS
Antenna – Nylon 6,6
Nampelate – 304 SS
Battery Type
Tadiran Lithium Ion
Model – TLH-5920
Weight
2.2 lbs (1 Kg)
Page 14 of 16
Product Certifications
Hazardous Location / Explosive Atmosphere
Class I, II, III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G
Zone 0, Group IIC, IIB, IIA
T3 at T ambient = -40ºC to 90ºC (-40ºF to 194ºF)
Armstrong Int’l ST5700, AD5000 or
TD5100
Entity Approved/Certified HART
Programming Transmitter
Entity Parameters for HART Modem Port,
TB1, TB2: Ui = 1.9V, Isc = 32 uA, Pi = 61
uW, Ci = 5.64 uF, Li = 0 uH
Entity Parameters: Uo ≤ 1.9V, Isc ≤ 32 uA,
Po ≤ 61 uW, Ca ≥ 0.5.64 uF + Ccable
La ≥ 0 uH + Lcable
Notes:
1. Install per the National Electrical Code, ANSI/ISA-RP12.06.01, the Canadian Electrical Code, and applicable European or other
international installation codes, including EN / IEC 60079-14, as applicable.
2. WARNING – Explosion hazard - Do not place conductive objects or materials within battery compartment
3. WARNING – Explosion hazard - Do not open when explosive dust atmosphere is present
4. WARNING – Explosion hazard - Use only Tadiran type TLH-5920 cell
5. WARNING – Explosion hazard - To reduce risk of electrostatic sparking in explosive atmospheres, clean only with damp cloth
6. WARNING – Explosion hazard - Enclosure contains aluminium and is considered to present a potential risk of ignition by
impact or friction. Care must be taken into account during installation and use to prevent impact or friction
Page 15 of 16
Product Labels
WirelessHART™
Three Rivers, Michigan, USA
Model: AD5000
S/N:
Date:
US/Canada: Intrinsically Safe, Exi, CL I, II, III, Div 1, Gp A-G T3
Class I, Zone 0, Ex ia / AEx ia IIC T3
IECEx FMG 10.0024X
Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
-40°C≤Ta≤90°C
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
1725
FM10 ATEX 0062x
WARNING - Explosion Hazard
- Do not open when explosive dust atmosphere is present
- Do not place conductive objects or materials within battery compartment
- Use only Tadiran type TLH-5920
- To reduce risk of electrostatic sparking in explosive atmospheres, clean only with damp
cloth.
- Enclosure contains aluminum and is considered to present a potential risk of ignition by
impact or friction. Care must be taken into account during installation and use to prevent
impact or friction.
- Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.
- Install per control drawing IOM-256-A.
WirelessHART™
1725
FM10 ATEX 0062x
Three Rivers, Michigan, USA
Model: ST5700
S/N:
Date:
Three Rivers, Michigan, USA
Model: TD5100
Date:
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IECEx FMG 10.0024X
Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
-40°C≤Ta≤90°C
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
WARNING - Explosion Hazard
- Do not open when explosive dust atmosphere is present
- Do not place conductive objects or materials within battery compartment
- Use only Tadiran type TLH-5920
- To reduce risk of electrostatic sparking in explosive atmospheres, clean only with damp
cloth.
- Enclosure contains aluminum and is considered to present a potential risk of ignition by
impact or friction. Care must be taken into account during installation and use to prevent
impact or friction.
- Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.
- Install per control drawing IOM-256-A.
WirelessHART™
S/N:
US/Canada: Intrinsically Safe, Exi, CL I, II, III, Div 1, Gp A-G T3
Class I, Zone 0, Ex ia / AEx ia IIC T3
US/Canada: Intrinsically Safe, Exi, CL I, II, III, Div 1, Gp A-G T3
Class I, Zone 0, Ex ia / AEx ia IIC T3
1725
FM10 ATEX 0062x
IECEx FMG 10.0024X
Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
-40°C≤Ta≤90°C
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
WARNING - Explosion Hazard
- Do not open when explosive dust atmosphere is present
- Do not place conductive objects or materials within battery compartment
- Use only Tadiran type TLH-5920
- To reduce risk of electrostatic sparking in explosive atmospheres, clean only with damp
cloth.
- Enclosure contains aluminum and is considered to present a potential risk of ignition by
impact or friction. Care must be taken into account during installation and use to prevent
impact or friction.
- Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.
- Install per control drawing IOM-256-A.
Product Dimensions
Models AD500,
ST5700, and TD5100
without display screen
inches
[mm]
Models AD500,
ST5700, and TD5100
with display screen
inches
[mm]
Armstrong International
North America • Latin America • India • Europe / Middle East / Africa • China • Pacific Rim
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IOM-256-B
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