Digital EPIC D460/D470 For Rotary, Linear and Standard Applications Operating Manual

Digital EPIC D460/D470 For Rotary, Linear and Standard Applications Operating Manual
Digital EPIC D460/D470
For Rotary, Linear and Standard Applications
Operating Manual
1. Manual Scope
This manual contains installation, wiring, configurations and calibration instructions of the
Digital EPIC D460/D470 in standard applications for both rotary and linear actuators. These
transmitters are microprocessor-based devices, providing both 4-20 mA signal for position
feedback and digital communications via the HART® protocol for data evaluation and
diagnostics.
2. Symbols Used in this Document
This symbol warns the user of possible danger. Failure to heed this warning may
lead to personal injury or death and/or severe damage to equipment.
This symbol identifies information about operating the equipment in a particular
manner that may damage it or result in a system failure. Failure to heed this warning
can lead to total failure of the equipment or any other connected equipment.
This symbol draws attention to information that is essential for understanding the operation and/or features of the equipment.
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3.
D-Epic Mounting Instructions
3.1
Mounting D-EPIC on a Rotary Actuator Instructions
Press fit the inner beacon to the inner beacon coupler. The inner beacon needs to be properly
oriented. Use the symbols on the top of the inner beacon to orient correctly during installation as
shown in Condition 1 or Condition 2 (See Figures 1 and 2 below).
IMPORTANT: Condition 1 and Condition 2 show the placement of the inner beacon
with respect to the positioner housing while the actuator is in the fail position.
Condition 1-Actuator fails in a
clockwise direction.
IMPORTANT NOTE: INNER BEACON "b"
AND UNIT SENSOR "b" NEED TO BE
ALIGNED
Condition 2-Actuator fails in a counter
clockwise direction.
IMPORTANT NOTE: INNER BEACON "⎢⎢"
AND UNIT SENSOR "b" NEED TO BE
ALIGNED
Figure 2
Figure 1
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3.2
3.2.1
Mounting the DEPIC on a Linear Actuator Instructions
To Center the DEPIC:
3.2.1.1 Stroke the actuator to its upper limit and place a mark on the actuator’s yoke that lines
up with the red arrow on the magnet assembly.
3.2.1.2 Stroke the actuator to its lower limit and place a mark on the actuator’s yoke that lines
up with the red arrow on the magnet assembly.
3.2.1.3 Place a third mark on the yoke centered between the upper and lower limit marks.
3.2.1.4 Place Lastly, mount the DEPIC to the bracket so that the conduit entry (@ 9:00) faces
away from the diaphragm or cylinder (@ 12:00).
Figure 3
NOTE: For Fisher actuators model 657 & 667 sizes 34 thru 70, Westlock Controls
supplies a slotted mounting kit, to ease the mounting process. This will allow the user to
easily center the positioner sensor between the limits of the magnet assembly’s stroke.
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4.
D-EPIC Wiring Instructions
All wiring must be in accordance with National Electrical Code (ANSI-NFPA-70) for
the appropriate area classifications.
All wiring must be in accordance with National Electrical Code (ANSI-NFPA-70) for area
classifications. The valve monitors are approved for Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C and D;
Aex dII B + H2; Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D and AEx nA (zone 2) Enclosure
Type 4 IP67.
Always check the nameplate to make sure the agency approval ratings
coincide with the application.
The proper wiring diagram for your unit is shown on the inside of the enclosure cover.
Confirm that the area is known to be non-hazardous before opening the cover of a network
monitor and making or breaking any electrical connections.
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Remove Cover and terminate twisted shielded cable to terminal J1.
Figure 4
NEXT
SELECT
SOL
COIL
Two wire 4 to 20 mA current sink
(Current is proportional to the position) with 10 VDC
Min. to 30 VDC Max. across the Output terminals.
Terminal block accepts 14 to 22 AWG wire
Analog Input Connection polarity insensitive
SOL
PWR
For Hart Applications the auxiliary resistance is necessary only if unit is energized
without an Analog input card or with any device with negligible impedance. Hart hand
held needs to be connected down stream of the optional resistance.
5.
D-EPIC Configuration Instructions
The Configuration Menu (Cnfg) has two parameter menus. ‘Cnfg’ is displayed in LCD
upper right side. Each of the following selections will appear in LCD lower right side
until selected where it then moves to LCD upper right side.
5.1
Type
This allows the user to select the valve type, rotary (Rot) or linear (Lin). The factory
default is rotary. ‘Type’ appears in upper right side and the possible selections appear in
LCD lower right side.
5.2
FLOP
This allows the user to select how the current valve position is displayed in LCD sector 1,
either as percent open (OFF) or as percent closed (ON). The factory default is percent
open (OFF). ‘FLOP’ appears in LCD upper right side and the possible selections appear
in LCD lower right side.
Follow the Keypad Menu Flow Diagram.
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Keypad Menu Flow Diagram
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6.
D-Epic Calibration Instruction
6.1
Pushbutton Procedure
Utilize the Select and Next pushbuttons on the PCB Assembly (Figure 5) in the enclosure to
calibrate the D-EPIC.
NEXT
SELECT
Figure 5
Quick Calibration:
Note: Select Key = Red Button
Next Key = Black Button
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
Press the select key until “Ma Calb” is displayed.
Press the select key until “CLS?” is displayed.
Stroke the valve to the de-energized position (Valve Closed).
Once the de-energized position (Valve Closed) is achieved press select to calibrate
this position as the CLS (Closed) one.
6.1.5 Display shows “OPN?” as soon as the low Calibration is achieved.
6.1.6 Before pressing any keys, stroke the valve to the energized position (Valve Opened).
6.1.7 Once the energized position (Valve Opened) is achieved press select to calibrate this
position as the OPN (Opened) one.
6.1.8 Display shows “Calb Pass” as soon as calibration is completed.
6.1.9 Then press the Next Key until “Exit” is displayed on the LCD.
6.1.10 Once exit is displayed press the Select Key to exit calibration.
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6.2 HART Rosemount 275 Procedure
6.2.1
Connect D-EPIC to HART Handheld 275.
6.2.2
Select Main Menu by pressing → Key.
.
6.2.3
Select D-EPIC Cal by pressing → Key
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6.2.4 Once D-EPIC selected.
6.4.2.4.1 Calibration process can be aborted by pressing F3 key.
6.4.2.4.2 Calibration process can be continued by pressing F4 key.
6.2.5 First close the valve and wait until the valve fully reaches the closed
position.
6.2.5.1
Calibration Process can be aborted by pressing F3 key.
6.2.5.2
Calibration process can be continued by pressing F4 key.
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6.2.6 Now open the valve and wait until the valve fully reaches the open
position.
6.2.6.1
Calibration process can be aborted by pressing F3 key.
6.2.6.2
Calibration process can be continued by pressing F4 key.
6.2.7 Finish and except the new calibrated value.
6.2.7.1
To reject new calibrated value, and set back old value, select “ABORT ” by
pressing F3 key.
6.2.7.2
To except new calibrated value, select “OK” by pressing F4 key.
Note: Wait 5 seconds before doing this Operation
6.2.8 Return to online menu to read current output values by pressing ← key
once. This screen may view any calibration error flag.
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6.3
Hart Rosemount 275 & ALTEC 334 loop Calibrator Procedure
6.3.1
6.3.2
Disconnect both input wires from the D-Epic transmitter.
On the ALTEK Loop Calibrator move the slide switch to the “mA” position, the
left toggle switch to the “Source” position and the right toggle switch to the
“Adjust” position. Short the output leads together then turn thee adjustment knob
until the display shows full-scale output (usually 24.0 mA).
6.3.3 Connect the black lead (-) to one pin of the D-EPIC transmitter input connector
(J1). Connect the red lead (+) to a 250-Ohm 1/4W resistor. Connect the other end
of the 250-Ohm resistor to other pin of the EPIC transmitter input connector (J1).
6.3.4 Connect the leads of the HART 275 Communicator to TP1 and TP2 of the DEPIC transmitter.
Note:
The Loop calibrator does not control the D-Epic it only supplies current for it to operate.
The D-EPIC will draw (sink) current in proportion to the valve position (usually 4.0 mA
with the valve Closed and 20.0 mA with the valve current for the
EPIC to operate. This is why the Loop Calibrator is set to 24.0 mA so that it can
supply enough current for the EPIC to operate when the EPIC draws 20 mA.
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