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PR electronics A/S tilbyder et bredt program af analoge og digitale signalbehandlingsmoduler til industriel automation. Programmet består af Isolatorer, Displays, Ex-barrierer, Temperaturtransmittere,

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PR electronics A/S offers a wide range of analogue and digital signal conditioning devices for industrial automation. The product range includes Isolators, Displays, Ex Interfaces, Temperature

Transmitters, and Universal Devices. You can trust our products in the most extreme environments with electrical noise, vibrations and temperature fluctuations, and all products comply with the most exacting international standards. »Signals the Best« is the epitome of our philosophy – and your guarantee for quality.

PR electronics A/S offre une large gamme de produits pour le traite ment des signaux analogiques et numériques dans tous les domaines industriels. La gamme de produits s’étend des transmetteurs de température aux afficheurs, des isolateurs aux interfaces SI, jusqu’aux modules universels. Vous pouvez compter sur nos produits même dans les conditions d’utilisation sévères, p.ex. bruit électrique, vibrations et fluctuations de température.

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UNIvERSAL CONvERTER

9116

CONTENTS

Warning .............................................................................. 2

Safety instructions .............................................................. 2

How to demount system 9000 ........................................... 4

EC declaration of conformity ............................................. 5

Advanced features ............................................................. 6

Application ......................................................................... 6

Technical characteristics .................................................... 6

Applications ........................................................................ 7

PR 4501 Display / programming front ............................... 8

Ordering codes for 9116B .................................................. 9

Accessories ........................................................................ 9

Electrical specifications ...................................................... 9

Configuration of sensor error check .................................. 13

Input signal outside range ............................................... 14

Sensor error detection ..................................................... 14

Hardware error ................................................................. 15

Connections ....................................................................... 17

Block diagram .................................................................... 18

Signal error and cable fault indications

without display front ........................................................ 19

Configuration / operating the function keys ...................... 20

Routing diagram ................................................................. 25

Routing diagram, Advanced settings (ADV.SET) ................ 27

Scrolling help texts in display line 3 ................................... 28

Graphic depiction of window ............................................. 30

Graphic depiction of setpoint ............................................ 31

Appendix ............................................................................ 32

IECEx Installation Drawing .............................................. 33

ATEX Installation Drawing ............................................... 37

FM Installation Drawing ................................................... 41

Safety Manual .................................................................. 44

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WARNING

The following operations should only be carried out on a disconnected device and under ESD-safe conditions:

General mounting, connection and disconnection of wires.

Troubleshooting the device.

Repair of the device and replacement of circuit breakers must be done by PR electronics A/S only.

WARNING

Do not open the front plate of the device as this will cause damage to the connector for the display / programming front

PR 4501. This device contains no DIP-switches or jumpers.

SymBOL IDENTIFICATION

Triangle with an exclamation mark: Read the manual before installation and commissioning of the device in order to avoid incidents that could lead to personal injury or mechanical damage.

The CE mark proves the compliance of the device with the essential requirements of the directives.

The double insulation symbol shows that the device is protected by double or reinforced insulation.

Ex devices have been approved according to the ATEX directive for use in connection with installations in explosive areas. See installation drawings in appendix.

SAFETy INSTRUCTIONS

DEFINITIONS

Hazardous voltages have been defined as the ranges: 75...1500 Volt DC, and

50...1000 Volt AC.

Technicians are qualified persons educated or trained to mount, operate, and also troubleshoot technically correct and in accordance with safety regulations.

Operators, being familiar with the contents of this manual, adjust and operate the knobs or potentiometers during normal operation.

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RECEIPT AND UNPACKING

Unpack the device without damaging it and check whether the device type corresponds to the one ordered. The packing should always follow the device until this has been permanently mounted.

ENvIRONmENT

Avoid direct sunlight, dust, high temperatures, mechanical vibrations and shock, as well as rain and heavy moisture. If necessary, heating in excess of the stated limits for ambient temperatures should be avoided by way of ventilation.

The device must be installed in pollution degree 2 or better.

The device is designed to be safe at least under an altitude up to 2 000 m.

mOUNTING

Only technicians who are familiar with the technical terms, warnings, and in struc tions in the manual and who are able to follow these should connect the device.

Should there be any doubt as to the correct handling of the device, please contact your local distributor or, alternatively,

PR electronics A/S www.prelectronics.com

The use of stranded wires is not permitted for mains wiring except when wires are fitted with cable ends.

Descriptions of input / output and supply connections are shown in the block diagram and on the side label.

The device is provided with field wiring terminals and shall be supplied from a

Power Supply having double / reinforced insulation. A power switch shall be easily accessible and close to the device. The power switch shall be marked as the disconnecting unit for the device.

For installation on Power Rail 9400 the power is supplied by Power Control Unit

9410.

Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.

CALIBRATION AND ADjUSTmENT

During calibration and adjustment, the measuring and connection of external voltages must be carried out according to the specifications of this manual. The technician must use tools and instruments that are safe to use.

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NORmAL OPERATION

Operators are only allowed to adjust and operate devices that are safely fixed in panels, etc., thus avoiding the danger of personal injury and damage. This means there is no electrical shock hazard, and the device is easily accessible.

CLEANING

When disconnected, the device may be cleaned with a cloth moistened with distilled water.

LIABILITy

To the extent the instructions in this manual are not strictly observed, the customer cannot advance a demand against PR electronics A/S that would otherwise exist according to the concluded sales agreement.

HOW TO DEmOUNT SySTEm 9000

Picture 1:

By lifting the bottom lock, the device is detached from the power rail.

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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORmITy

As manufacturer

PR electronics A/S

Lerbakken 10

DK-8410 Rønde

hereby declares that the following product:

Type: 9116

Name: Universal converter

is in conformity with the following directives and standards:

The EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and later amendments

EN 61326-1 : 2006

For specification of the acceptable EMC performance level, refer to the electrical specifications for the device.

The Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and later amendments

EN 61010-1 : 2001

The ATEX Directive 94/9/EC and later amendments

EN 60079-0 : 2009, EN 60079-11 : 2012,

EN 60079-15 : 2005 and EN 60079-26 : 2007

ATEX certificate: KEmA 10ATEX0053 X

Notified body

DEKRA Quality B.v. (0344)

Utrechtseweg 310, 6812 AR Arnhem

P.O. Box 5185, 6802 ED Arnhem

The Netherlands

Rønde, 10 August 2012 Kim Rasmussen

Manufacturer’s signature

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UNIvERSAL CONvERTER

9116

• Input for RTD, TC, Ohm, potentiometer, mA and V

• Supply for 2-wire transmitters

• Active / passive mA output and relay output

• Can be supplied separately or installed on power rail, PR 9400

• SIL 2-certified via Full Assessment

Advanced features

• Configuration and monitoring by way of detachable display front (PR 4501); process calibration, signal and relay simulation.

• Advanced relay configuration, e.g. setpoint, window, delay, sensor error indication and power monitoring.

• Copying of the configuration from one device to others of the same type via

PR4501.

• Reduced Uo Ex data < 8.3 V for active input signals.

• TC inputs with internal or external CJC for higher accuracy.

• The device automatically detects whether it must supply an active or a passive current signal.

Application

• The device can be mounted in the safe area and in zone 2 / cl. 1 div. 2 and receive signals from zone 0, 1, 2 and zone 20, 21, 22 including M1 / Class I/

II/III, Div. 1, Gr. A-G.

• Conversion and scaling of temperature, voltage, potentiometer and linear resistance signals.

• Power supply and signal isolator for 2-wire transmitters.

• Monitoring of error events and cable breakage via the individual status relay and/or a collective electronic signal via the power rail.

• The 9116 has been designed, developed and certified for use in SIL 2 applications according to the requirements of IEC 61508.

Technical characteristics

• 1 green and 1 red front LED indicate operation status and malfunction. 1 yellow LED indicates relay status.

• 2.6 kVAC galvanic isolation between input, output and supply.

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APPLICATIONS

Output signals: Input signals:

Poten- tiometer

RTD and lin. R

Connection, wires TC

*

Analogue, 0/4...20 mA and relay

12

+ mA

mA

+

11

14

Relay

13

Relay

N.O.

* Order separately:

CJC connector 5910Ex

Power rail

Status relay signal

Rail, +24 VDC

Rail, Gnd.

No connection

No connection

Tx

-

+

Current

+

Volt- age

54

+

53

52

51

Zone 0, 1, 2,

20, 21, 22, M1 /

Cl. I/II/III, div. 1 gr. A-G

Supply via power rail

Power connection:

31

Gnd.

Supply +19.2...31.2 VDC

32

33

Device status

N.C.

34

Device status

Zone 2 / Cl. 1, div. 2, gr. A-D or safe area

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PR 4501 DISPLAy / PROGRAmmING FRONT

Functionality

The simple and easily understandable menu structure and the explanatory help texts guide you effortless ly and automatically through the configuration steps, thus making the product very easy to use. Functions and configuration options are described in the section ”Configuration / operating the function keys”.

Application

• Communications interface for modification of operational parameters in 9116.

• Can be moved from one 9116 device to another and download the configuration of the first unit to subsequent units.

• Fixed display for visualisation of process data and status.

Technical characteristics

• LCD display with 4 lines; Line 1 (H=5.57 mm) shows input status, line 2

(H=3.33) mm toggels between input value and tag. no. Line 3 (H=3.33 mm) shows output value and UNIT. Line 4 shows status for relay and communication and whether the device is SIL-locked. Static dot = SIL-locked and flashing dot = not SIL-locked.

• Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The password is saved in the device in order to ensure a high degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.

mounting / installation

• Click 4501 onto the front of 9116.

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Ordering codes for 9116B

Type max. loop voltage

9116

Uo 28 VDC

Uo 22 VDC

: 1

: 2

Accessories

4501 = Display / programming front

5910Ex = CjC connector

9400 = Power rail

9404 = module stop for rail

9410 = Power control unit

9420 = Power supply 24 v / 120 W - Ex nAC

Electrical specifications

Specifications range .................................... -20°C to +60°C

Storage temperature ................................... -20°C to +85°C

Common specifications:

Supply voltage, DC ..................................... 19.2...31.2 VDC

Max. consumption.......................................

≤ 3.5 W

Fuse ............................................................. 1.25 A SB / 250 VAC

Isolation - test / working:

Input to any .......................................... 2.6 kVAC / 300 VAC reinforced

Analogue output to supply................... 2.6 kVAC / 300 VAC reinforced

Status relay to supply .......................... 1.5 kVAC / 150 VAC reinforced

Communications interface .......................... Programming front 4501

Signal / noise ratio ...................................... Min. 60 dB (0...100 kHz)

Response time (0...90%, 100...10%):

Temperature input, programmable ...... 1...60 s mA / V input, programmable ................ 0.4...60 s

Calibration temperature............................... 20...28°C

Accuracy, the greater of the general and basic values:

Input type

All

General values

Absolute accuracy

≤ ±0.1% of span

Temperature coefficient

≤ ±0.01% of span / °C

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Input type mA

Volt

Pt100, Pt200,

Pt 1000

Pt500, Ni100,

Ni120, Ni 1000

Pt50, Pt400, Ni50

Pt250, Pt300

Pt20

Pt10

TC type:

E, J, K, L, N, T, U

TC type: R, S,

W3, W5, LR

TC type: B

160...400°C

TC type: B

400...1820°C

Basic values

Basic accuracy

≤ ±16 µA

≤ ±20 µV

≤ ±0.2°C

≤ ±0.3°C

≤ ±0.4°C

≤ ±0.6°C

≤ ±0.8°C

≤ ±1.4°C

≤ ±1°C

≤ ±2°C

≤ ±4.5°C

≤ ±2°C

Temperature coefficient

≤ ±1.6 µA / °C

≤ ±2 µV / °C

≤ ±0.02°C / °C

≤ ±0.03°C / °C

≤ ±0.04°C / °C

≤ ±0.06°C / °C

≤ ±0.08°C / °C

≤ ±0.14°C / °C

≤ ±0.1°C / °C

≤ ±0.2°C / °C

≤ ±0.45°C / °C

≤ ±0.2°C / °C

EMC immunity influence ..................................... < ±0.5% of span

Extended EMC immunity:

NAMUR NE 21, A criterion, burst ....................... < ±1% of span

Auxiliary supplies for 9116B1:

2-wire supply (terminal 54...52) ................... 28...16.5 VDC / 0...20 mA

Auxiliary supplies for 9116B2:

2-wire supply (terminal 54...52) ................... 22...16.5 VDC / 0...20 mA

Wire size (max....min.) ................................. AWG 26...14 / 0.13...2.08 mm stranded wire

Screw terminal torque ................................. 0.5 Nm

Relative humidity ......................................... < 95% RH (non-cond.)

Dimen., without display front (HxWxD) ....... 109 x 23.5 x 104 mm

Dimensions, with display front (HxWxD) ..... 109 x 23.5 x 116 mm

Protection degree ........................................ IP20

Weight ......................................................... 185 g / 200 g with 4501

2

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RTD, linear resistance and potentiometer input:

Input type

Min. value

Max. value

Pt100

Ni100

Linear resist.

Potentiometer

-200°C

-60°C

0 Ω

10 Ω

+850°C

+250°C

10000 Ω

10000 Ω

Standard

IEC60751

DIN 43760

-

-

Input for RTD types:

Pt10*, Pt20*, Pt50*, Pt100, Pt200, Pt250, Pt300, Pt400, Pt500, Pt1000

Ni50, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000

Effect of sensor cable resistance

(3- / 4-wire), RTD ......................................... < 0.002 Ω / Ω

Sensor error detection, RTD ....................... Programmable ON / OFF

Short circuit detection, RTD ........................ Yes

Cable resistance per wire (max.), RTD ........ 50 Ω

Sensor current, RTD .................................... Nom. 0.2 mA

* No short circuit detection for Pt10, Pt20 and Pt50

* No short circuit detection for Lin. R_0% ≤ app. 18 Ω

TC input:

Type

Min. value

Max. value Standard

L

N

R

S

B

E

J

K

T

U

W3

W5

LR

+0°C

-100°C

-100°C

-180°C

-200°C

-180°C

-50°C

-50°C

-200°C

-200°C

0°C

0°C

-200°C

+1820°C

+1000°C

+1200°C

+1372°C

+900°C

+1300°C

+1760°C

+1760°C

+400°C

+600°C

+2300°C

+2300°C

+800°C

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

DIN 43710

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

IEC 60584-1

DIN 43710

ASTM E988-90

ASTM E988-90

GOST 3044-84

Cold junction compensation (CJC): via external sensor in connector 5910 20...28°C ≤ ±1°C

-20...20°C and 28...70°C via internal CJC sensor ........................ ±(2.0°C + 0.4°C * ∆t)

∆t = internal temperature - ambient temperature

≤ ±2°C

Sensor error detection ................................ Programmable ON or OFF

(only wire breakage)

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Sensor error current: when detecting .................................... Nom. 2 μA

else ....................................................... 0 μA

Current input:

Measurement range .................................... 0...20 mA

Programmable measurement ranges .......... 0...20 and 4...20 mA

Input resistance ........................................... Nom. 20

Ω + PTC 50 Ω

Sensor error detection:

Loop break 4...20 mA .......................... Yes

NB: Only when input is selected as 4...20 mA

voltage input:

Measurement range .................................... 0...10 VDC

Programmable measurement ranges .......... 0...1 / 0.2...1 / 0...5 / 1...5 /

0...10 and 2...10 VDC

Input resistance ........................................... Nom. >10 M

Ω

Current output:

Signal range (span) ...................................... 0...20 mA

Programmable signal ranges ...................... 0...20 / 4...20 /

20...0 and 20...4 mA

Load (max.) .................................................. 20 mA / 600

Ω / 12 VDC

Load stability ...............................................

≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω

Sensor error reaction ................................... 0 / 3.5 / 23 mA / none

NAMUR NE 43 Upscale / Downscale .......... 23 mA / 3.5 mA

Output limitation: on 4...20 and 20...4 mA signals ........... 3.8...20.5 mA on 0...20 and 20...0 mA signals .............. 0...20.5 mA

Current limit .................................................

≤ 28 mA

2-wire 4...20 mA output:

Signal range ................................................ 4...20 mA

Load stability ............................................... ≤ 0.01% of span / 100 Ω

Load resistance ........................................... ≤ (Vsupply -3.5) / 0.023 A [Ω]

External 2-wire supply range ...................... 3.5...26 VDC

Effect of external 2-wire supply voltage variation .......................................... < 0.005% of span / V

Relay output in safe area:

Relay functions ............................................ Setpoint, Window, Sensor error,

Power and Off

Hysteresis, in % of span / display range .... 0.1...25 / 1...25

On and Off delay ......................................... 0...3600 s

Sensor error reaction ................................... Break / Make / Hold

Max. voltage ................................................ 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Max. current ................................................ 2 AAC / 2 ADC

Max. AC power ........................................... 500 VA / 60 W

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Status relay in safe area:

Max. voltage ................................................ 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Max. current ................................................ 0.5 AAC / 0.3 ADC

Max. AC power ........................................... 62.5 VA / 32 W

Approvals:

EMC 2004/108/EC ...................................... EN 61326-1

LVD 2006/95/EC .......................................... EN 61010-1 c UL us, Standard for Safety ...................... UL 61010-1

GOST R

marine:

Det Norske Veritas, Ships & Offshore ......... Stand. f. Certific. No. 2.4

I.S. / Ex:

ATEX 94/9/EC .............................................. KEMA 10ATEX0053 X

IECEx ........................................................... IECEx KEM 10.0022X

c FM us ....................................................... 3038267-C

GOST Ex

Functional Safety:

exida, Cert No. ............................................ PREl 070902 P0002 C05

SIL2 Certified & Fully Assessed acc. to IEC 61508

FMEDA report - www.prelectronics.com

of span = of the currently selected measurement range

Configuration of sensor error check

Device:

9116

Sensor error check:

Configuration

ERR.ACT=NONE - OUT.ERR=NONE.

Else:

Sensor error detection:

OFF

ON

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visualisation in 4501 of:

Input signal outside range

Input

VOLT

CURR

LIN.R

POTM

TEMP

Outside range readout (IN.LO, IN.HI):

If the valid range of the A/D converter or the polynomal is exceeded.

Range

0...1 V / 0.2...1 V

Readout

IN.LO

IN.HI

Limit

< -25 mV

> 1.2 V

0...10 V / 2...10 V

0...20 mA / 4...20 mA

IN.LO

IN.HI

IN.LO

IN.HI

< -25 mV

> 12 V

< -1.05 mA

> 25.05 mA

0...800

0...10 k

Ω

Ω

0 - 100%

TC / RTD

IN.LO

IN.HI

IN.LO

IN.HI

IN.LO

IN.HI

IN.LO

IN.HI

< -10

> 900

<-10

> 11 k

Ω

Ω

Ω

Ω

< -0.5 %

> 100.5 %

< temperature range -2°C

> temperature range +2°C

Input

All

Display readout below . / above max. (-1999, 9999):

Range Readout

All

-1999

9999

Limit

Display readout <-1999

Display readout >9999

Sensor error detection

Input

CURR

POTM

LIN.R

TEMP

Sensor error detection (SE.BR, SE.SH):

Range Readout

Loop break (4...20 mA)

All, SE.BR on all 3-wire

SE.BR

SE.BR

SE.SH

All

For Lin. R_0%

≥ app. 18 Ω

All

Pt100 to Pt1000 and Ni50 to Ni1000

SE.BR

SE.SH

SE.BR

SE.SH

Condition

<= 3.6 mA; > = 21 mA

Sensor broken

Sensor shorted

Sensor broken or wire resistance too high

Sensor shorted

Sensor broken or wire resistance too high

Sensor shorted

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Hardware error

CJC sensor error - check device temperature

CJC connector error - check CJC connector block

Input error - check input connection and reset power

Output error - check output connections and reset power

No communication

Flash memory error - check configuration

Invalid configuration type or version

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Hardware error

Error search

Readout at hardware error

Readout

CJ.ER

CJ.CE

IN.ER

AO.ER

NO.CO

FL.ER

CO.ER

TY.ER

RA.ER

IF.ER

SW.ER

AD.ER

AO.SU

CA.ER

CM.ER

RE.ER

II.ER

RS.ER

IC.ER

M1.ER

MC.ER

MF.ER

MR.ER

MS.ER

MP.ER

MI.ER

DE.ER

FC.ER

Cause

Defect internal CJC sensor or

CJC temperature out of allowed range **

Defect (or missing) CJC connector or temperature out of allowed range **

Signal levels on input beyond limits or connected to wrong terminals*

Error in analogue output current

(SIL mode only)*

No communication with (4501)

FLASH error

(configuration invalid)***

Configuration read from

EEprom has invalid type or rev. no.

RAM error*

Internal Flash error*

SW monitor error*

A/D converter error*

Analogue output supply error*

Factory calibration error*

Main CPU error*

Relay readback error*

Initialization check error*

Reset error*

Input communication error*

Main CPU to Ch.1 error*

Main CPU config. error*

Main CPU Flash error*

Main CPU Ram error*

Main CPU supply error*

Main CPU ProgFlow error*

Main CPU initialization check error*

Device error*

Invalid code checksum in 4501

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! All error indications in the display flash once per second (1 Hz), and the corresponding help text is shown. If the error is a sensor error, the display backlight flashes as well - this is acknowledged (stopped) by pushing the OK button.

* Error is acknowledged by resetting the device power

** Error can be disregarded by selecting input type different than TC.

*** Error is acknowledged by stepping through the basic setup.

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Power Rail connections

91 92 93 94 95

CONNECTIONS

Supply and status relay

31 32 33 34

Error signal +24 V

Gnd.

NC NC

N.C.

Gnd.

+24 V

NC = no connection

Inputs:

RTD, 2-wire RTD, 3- / 4-wire

41 42 43 44 41 42 43 44

TC, internal CJC sensor

41 42 43 44

*TC,

CJC connector

41 42

Resistance, 2-wire

41 42 43 44

Resistance,

3- / 4-wire

41 42 43 44

+ -

Potentiometer

41 42 43 44

+ -

* Order separately:

CJC connector

5910Ex.

2-wire transmitter

51 52 53 54

Current

51 52 53 54

1 3

2

Voltage

51 52 53 54

-

Tx

+

Current

(Active output)

11 12 13 14

+ +

Outputs:

2-wire transmitter

(Passive output)

11 12 13 14

Relay

11 12 13 14

mA

+

+

N.O.

mA

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BLOCK DIAGRAm

+

+24V

Volt- age

Potentiometer

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Relay output

Signal error and cable fault indications without display front

Condition

No supply

Device failure

Device OK

Signal OK

Output relay energized

Output relay energized w. wire short/break

Output relay de-energized w. wire short/break

Output relay de-energized

List of LED and error signal indications

Green LED

Relay: yellow LED

OFF OFF

OFF

Flashing

Flashing

Flashing ON

Error:

Red LED

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

Status relay,

N.C.

De-energized

De-energized

Energized

Energized

Energized

Flashing ON Flashing De-energized

Power rail signal status

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Closed (if enabled)

Flashing

Flashing

OFF

OFF

Flashing

OFF

De-energized

Energized

Closed (if enabled)

Open

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CONFIGURATION /

OPERATING THE FUNCTION KEyS

Documentation for routing diagram.

In general

When configuring the 9116, you will be guided through all parameters and you can choose the settings which fit the application. For each menu there is a scrolling help text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.

Configuration is carried out by use of the 3 function keys:

1 will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter

2 will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter

3 will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu

When configuration is completed, the display will return to the default state 1.0.

Pressing and holding

3

will return to the previous menu or return to the default state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.

If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state

(1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.

Further explanations

Password protection: Programming access can be blocked by assigning a password. The password is saved in the converter in order to ensure a high degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.

Default password 2008 allows access to all configuration menus. Password protection is mandatory in SIL applications.

Selection of units

After choosing the input signal type you can choose which process units should be shown in the display (see table). By selection of temperature input the process value is always displayed in Celsius or Fahrenheit. This is selected in the menu point after selection of temperature input.

CjC

In the CJC menu you can choose between CJC connector and internal cold junction compensation. The CJC connecter (PR 5910Ex) must be ordered separately.

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Signal and sensor error information via display front 4501

Sensor error (see limits in the table) is displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or

SE.SH (sensor short). Signals outside the selected range (not sensor error, see table for limits) are displayed as IN.LO indicating low input signal or IN.HI indicating high input signal. The error indication is displayed as text in line 1 and at the same time the backlight flashes. Line 4 of the display is a status line which shows whether the device is SIL-locked (static dot = SIL-locked and flashing dot = not SIL-locked) as well as relay status and COM (running circle) indicating correct functioning of 4501.

Signal and sensor error indication without display front

Status of the unit can also be read from the 3 LEDs in the front of the device.

Green flashing LED indicates normal operation.

No light in the green LED indicates lack of supply voltage or error in the device.

Steady red LED indicates fatal error.

Flashing red LED indicates sensor error.

Relay functions

5 different settings of relay function can be selected.

Setpoint: The unit works as a single trip amplifier

Window: The relay has a window that is defined by a low and a high set - point. On both sides of the window the relay has the same status.

Error function: The relay is activated by sensor error.

Power:

Off:

The relay is activated as long as the power is on.

The relay is deactivated.

Increasing/decreasing: The relay can be set to activate at increasing or decreasing input signal.

Delay: An ON and an OFF delay can be set in the range 0...3600 s.

Hysteresis: A hysteresis can be set at 0.1...25% of the span or between 1 and

25% of display range.

Window: The window function is selected by choosing ”window” in the menu and defining a high and a low setpoint.

See the graphic depiction of the window functions on page 30.

Setpoint: The setpoint function is selected by choosing ”setpoint” in the menu and entering the desired limit. The device then works as a single limit switch.

See the graphic depiction of the window functions on page 31.

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An activated relay means that the contact is closed if the contact function

”normally open” is selected, and the contact is open if the contact function

”normally closed” is selected.

The delay time for activation and deactivation can be set independently of each other in the menus ON.DEL and OFF DEL respectively.

Advanced functions

The unit gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached by answering “Yes” to the point “adv.set”.

Display setup: Here you can adjust the brightness contrast and the backlight.

Setup of TAG numbers with 5 alphanumerics. Input value is always shown in line 2. Selection of functional readout in line 3 of the display - choose between readout of analogue output or tag no or alternating display.

Two-point process calibration: The device can be process-calibrated in 2 points to fit a given input signal . A low input signal (not necessarily 0%) is applied and the actual value is entered via 4501. Then a high signal (not necessarily 100%) is applied and the actual value is entered via 4501. If you accept to use the calibration, the device will work according to this new adjustment. If you later reject this menu point or choose another type of input signal the device will return to factory calibration.

Process simulation function: In the menu point “EN.SIM” it is possible to simulate an input signal by means of the arrow keys and thus control the output signal up or down, or the relay state OFF and ON . You must exit the menu by pressing 3 (no time-out). The simulation function exits automatically, if the 4501 is detached.

Password: Here you can choose a pass word between 0000 and 9999 in order to protect the device against unauthorised modifications to the configuration.

The device is delivered default without password.

memory: In the memory menu you can save the configuration of the device in the 4501, and then move the 4501 onto another device of the same type and download the configuration in the new device.

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Language: In the menu ”lang.setup” you can choose between 7 different language versions of help texts that will appear in the menu. You can choose between UK, DE, FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.

Power rail: In the menu ”RAIL” you can choose if sensor errors are transmitted to the central surveillance in the PR 9410 power control unit.

Safety integrity level: See Safety Manual for details

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Power up

1

I

I

30.00

I o

12.00mA

1.0

3

1.2

1 2

50.0

SETP.

Txt 57

If SIL-locked directly to EN.SIL]

0000

9999

1 2

NO

YES

1 2

3

Fast setpoint adjustment and relay test

1

Increase setpoint

2

Decrease setpoint

3

Save and exit the menu

1

and 2 simultaneously = change relay state

VOLT

LIN.R

POTM

CURR

TEMP

1 2

2-10

0-10

1-5

0-5

0.2-1

0-1

1 2

0000

PASSW.

Txt 1

1.1

Error indication, example

3 NO

ADV.SET

Txt 2

3 VOLT

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 2-10

V.RANGE

Txt 4

4W

3W

2W

1 2

3

—

SE.BR

— o3.50mA

LIN.R

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 3W

CONNEC.

Txt 6

3

@C mA rpm

(70 units)

1 2

UNIT

%

Txt 11

0000

9999

1 2

0

R 0%

Txt 7

3

3

1111

111.1

11.11

1.111

1 2

111.1

DEC.P

Txt 12

0000

9999

1 2

0

R 100%

Txt 8

3

3

999.9

-199.9

1 2

0.0

DISP.LO

Txt 13

Red text signifies safety parameters in a SIL configuration. See safety manual for details

POTM

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3

0-20

4-20

1 2

CURR

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 4-20

I.RANGE

Txt 5

3

TEMP

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3

Pt

NI

TC

1 2

1000

-

10

1 2

4W

3W

2W

1 2

Pt

SENSOR

Txt 10

3 100

Pt TYPE

Txt 16

3 3W

CONNEC.

Txt 6

1000

-

50

1 2

Ni

SENSOR

Txt 10

3 100

Ni TYPE

Txt 17

3 3W

YES

ADV.SET

Txt 2

Continued on the page

Routing diagram ADV.SET

3

TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K

TC.L TC.N TC.R TC.S

TC.T TC.U TC.W3

TC.W5 TC.Lr

1 2

TC

SENSOR

Txt 10

3

TC.K

TC.TYPE

Txt 18

INT

CONN

INT

CJC

Txt 31

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ROUTING DIAGRAm

If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state 1.0 without saving configuration changes.

1

Increase value / choose next parameter

2

Decrease value / choose previous parameter

3

Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu

Hold 3 Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving

999.9

-199.9

1 2

DISP

PERC

1 2

3 100.0

DISP.HI

Txt 14

3 DISP

REL.UNI

Txt 15

3

Continued on the next page

3

3

1.0 = Default state. Line 1 shows input status. Line 2 shows input value and TAG NO.

Line 3 shows output value and units. Line 4 shows status for relay and commu- nication and whether the device is SIL-locked. Static dot = SIL-locked and flashing dot = not SIL-

locked.

1.1 = Only if password-protected.

1.2 = Only if FastSet is activated and the relay function is

setpoint.

1.3 = Only if input types support sensor error check.

Not valid for these input signals: 0...20 mA and

voltage.

1.4 = Only if input signal is

temperaure.

1.5 = Only if the configuration is not protected by a pass-

word.

@C

@F

1 2

@C

UNIT

Txt 9

3

Selectable

UNITS:

@C

@F

K

% m cm mm um ft in mils yd m3 l s min m/s mm/s m/min m/h in/s ips ft/s in/min ft/min in/h ft/h m/s2 rpm

Hz t kg g

N

Pa

MPa kPa hPa bar mbar kj

Wh

MWh kWh

W

GW

MW kW hp

A kA mA uA

V kV mV ohm

S uS m3/min m3/h l/s l/min l/h gal/min gal/h t/h mol pH

[blank]

3

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SETP

WIND

ERR

POW

OFF

1 2

SETP

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

N.O.

N.C.

1 2

N.O.

CONTAC

Txt 20

O.I.W

C.I.W

1 2

WIND

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

O.I.W

CONTAC

Txt 27

3

3

50.0

SETP.LO

Txt 28

3

60.0

SETP.HI

Txt 28

3

1.0

HYST.

Txt 30

1.3

ERR

REL.FUN

Txt 19

CLOS

OPEN

1 2

3

OPEN

ERR.ACT

Txt 34

3

850

-200

1 2

50.0

SETP.

Txt 21

849.9

-200

1 2

INCR

DECR

1 2

850.0

-199.9

1 2

262.5

0.1

1 2

3 INCR

ACT.DIR

Txt 22

3 1.0

HYST.

Txt 23

262.5

0.1

1 2

3

HOLD

CLOS

OPEN

NONE

1 2

3 NONE

ERR.ACT

Txt 24

1.3

HOLD

CLOS

OPEN

NONE

1 2

3

NONE

ERR.ACT

Txt 24

1.3

3

3600

0000

1 2

0

ON.DEL

Txt 25

3600

0000

1 2

0

ON.DEL

Txt 25

3600

0000

1 2

3 0

OFF.DEL

Txt 26

3600

0000

1 2

3

0

OFF.DEL

Txt 26

POW

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

OFF

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

3

20-4

20-0

4-20

0-20

1 2

23mA

0/3.5mA

NONE

1 2

849

-200

1 2

4-20

O.RANGE

Txt 37

3

23mA

OUT.ERR

Txt 38

1.3

3

0.0

OUT.LO

Txt 41

1.4

850.0

-199.0

1 2

0.0

60

1 2

3

150.0

OUT.HI

Txt 42

1.4

3

0.0

RESP.

Txt 39

3

To default state 1.0

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MEM, DISP,

PASS, LANG,

CAL, RAIL,

SIM, SIL

1 2

MEM

SETUP

Txt 43

SAVE

LOAD

1 2

3

SAVE

MEMORY

Txt 44

3

ROUTING DIAGRAm

ADVANCED SETTINGS (ADV.SET)

9

0

1 2

DISP

SETUP

Txt 43

3

3

CONTRA

Txt 45

3

9

0

1 2

9

LIGHT

Txt 46

9

A

1 2

TAG

ALT

A.OUT

1 2

3

TAG.1

TAGNO

Txt 47

3

A.OUT

DISP

Txt 48

3

YES

NO

1 2

PASS

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

EN.PASS

Txt 54

DE, DK, ES, FR,

IT, SE, UK

1 2

9999

0000

1 2

YES

NO

1 2

NO

0000

NEW.PAS

Txt 55

3 YES

EN.FAST

Txt 56

3

LANG

SETUP

Txt 43

3 UK

LANGUA

Txt 59

YES

NO

1 2

3

CAL

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

CAL.LO

Txt 49

YES

NO

1 2

850.0

-200.0

1 2

3

NO

2.0

@C

Txt 61

3

RAIL

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

RAIL.ER

Txt 63

3

YES

NO

1 2

YES

CAL.HI

Txt 50

To default state 1.0

850.0

-200.0

1 2

YES

NO

1 2

3

NO

147.8

@C

Txt 62

3 YES

USE.CAL

Txt 60

3

2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must press 3 to return to the default state 1.0.

YES

NO

1 2

SIM

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

2.0

EN.SIM

Txt 51

YES

NO

1 2

SIL

SETUP

Txt 43

3

YES

EN.SIL

Txt 64

850.0

-200.0

1 2

3 23.0

NO

%

Txt 52

0000

9999

1 2

3

REL.SIM

Txt 53

OPEN

LOCK

1 2

3

Verify SIL configuration

3

2008

3

LOCK

3 3 3 3

NEW.PAS

Txt 55

CONFIG

Txt 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

NO

1.4

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SIL.OK

3

27

[19]

[17]

[18]

[11]

[12]

[13]

[14]

[15]

[16]

[07]

[08]

[09]

[10]

[05]

[06]

[01]

[02]

[03]

[04]

SCROLLING HELP TEXTS IN DISPLAy LINE 3

Set correct password

Enter Advanced setup menu?

Select Temperature input

Select Potentiometer input

Select Linear resistance input

Select Current input

Select Voltage input

Select 0.0-1 V input range

Select 0.2-1 V input range

Select 0-5 V input range

Select 1-5 V input range

Select 0-10 V input range

Select 2-10 V input range

Select 0-20 mA input range

Select 4-20 mA input range

Select 2-Wire sensor connection

Select 3-Wire sensor connection

Select 4-Wire sensor connection

Set Resistance value low

Set Resistance value high

Select Celsius as temperature unit

Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit

Select TC sensor type

Select Ni sensor type

Select Pt sensor type

Select Display unit

Select Decimal point position

Set Display range low

Set Display range high

Select Relay setpoint in % of input range

Select Relay setpoint in display units

Select Pt10 sensor type

Select Pt20 sensor type

Select Pt50 sensor type

Select Pt100 sensor type

Select Pt200 sensor type

Select Pt250 sensor type

Select Pt300 sensor type

Select Pt400 sensor type

Select Pt500 sensor type

Select Pt1000 sensor type

Select Ni50 sensor type

Select Ni100 sensor type

Select Ni120 sensor type

Select Ni1000 sensor type

Select TC-B sensor type

Select TC-E sensor type

Select TC-J sensor type

Select TC-K sensor type

Select TC-L sensor type

Select TC-N sensor type

Select TC-R sensor type

Select TC-S sensor type

Select TC-T sensor type

Select TC-U sensor type

Select TC-W3 sensor type

Select TC-W5 sensor type

Select TC-Lr sensor type

Select OFF function - relay is permanently off

Select POWER function - relay indicates power status OK

Select ERROR function - relay indicates sensor error only

Select WINDOW function - relay is controlled by 2 setpoints

Select SETPOINT function - relay is controlled by 1 setpoint

[57]

[58]

[59]

[60]

[61]

[62]

[63]

[64]

[49]

[50]

[51]

[52]

[53]

[54]

[55]

[56]

[44]

[45]

[46]

[47]

[48]

[43]

[38]

[39]

[41]

[42]

[30]

[31]

[34]

[37]

[25]

[26]

[27]

[28]

[29]

[20]

[21]

[22]

[23]

[24]

Select Normally Closed contact

Select Normally Open contact

Set Relay setpoint

Select Action on decreasing signal

Select Action on increasing signal

Set Relay hysteresis

Select No error action - undefined status at error

Select Open relay contact at error

Select Close relay contact at error

Select Hold relay status at error

Set Relay ON delay in seconds

Set Relay OFF delay in seconds

Select Contact is Closed Inside Window

Select Contact is Open Inside Window

Set Relay window setpoint low

Set Relay window setpoint high

Set Relay window hysteresis

Select Internal temperature sensor

Select CJC connector (Accessory)

Select Open relay contact at error

Select Close relay contact at error

Select 0-20 mA outout range

Select 4-20 mA output range

Select 20-0 mA output range

Select 20-4 mA output range

Select No error action - output undefined at error

Select Downscale at error

Select Namur NE43 downscale at error

Select Namur NE43 upscale at error

Select Analogue output response time in seconds.

Set Temperature for analogue output low

Set Temperature for analogue output high

Enter SIL setup

Enter Simulation mode

Enter Rail setup

Perform Process Calibration

Enter Language setup

Enter Password setup

Enter Display setup

Perform Memory operations

Load saved configuration into module

Save configuration in display front

Adjust LCD contrast

Adjust LCD backlight

Write a 5-character channel TAG

Show Analog output value in display

Show TAG on display

Alternate shown information in display

Calibrate Input low to process value?

Calibrate Input high to process value?

Enable input simulation?

Set the input simulation value

Relay simulation - use 1 to toggle relay

Enable Password protection?

Set New password

Enable Fastset functionality?

Relay setpoint - press 3 to save

Relay setpoint - Read only

Select Language

Use process calibration values?

Set value for low calibration point

Set value for high calibration point

Enable Rail status signal output?

Enable SIL configuration lock?

0...20 mA is not a valid output range for SIL operation

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[85]

[86]

[87]

[88]

[89]

[90]

[65]

[66]

[80]

[81]

[82]

[83]

[84]

[91]

[92]

[93] is channel using process-compensated calibration data?

Configuration SIL status (Open / Locked)

Sensor short circuit

Sensor wire breakage

Display underrange

Display overrange

Input underrange

Input overrange

Input error - check input connections and reset power

Output error - check connentions and reset power

Flash memory error - chek configuration

Invalid configuration type or version

Hardware error

CJC sensor error - check device temperature

CJC error - check CJC connector block

No communication

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Graphic depiction of window

30 9116 - Product Version 9116-003

Graphic depiction of setpoint

Input signal

ON delay

Hysteresis

Setpoint

(increasing)

Closed

Relay contact

(N.O.)

Open

Relay On

OFF delay

Time

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APPENDIX

IECEx Installation drawing

ATEX Installation drawing

Fm Installation drawing

Safety manual

32 9116 - Product Version 9116-003

9116QI01

LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK

IECEx Installation drawing

9116

For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and standards that apply to this area.

Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.

4501

For Installation in Zone 2 the following must be observed.

The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics modules. It is important that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way. Only 4501 modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.

IECEx Certificate: ...................................................................... .KEM 10.0022X

Marking:.....................................................................................

[Ex ia Ga] IIC/IIB/IIA

Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc

[Ex ia Da] IIIC

[Ex ia Ma] I

Standards

Hazardous area

Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22

T

-

Loop V

-

+

Potm. 2

Potm. 3

Potm. 1

4- wire 3- wire 2- wire

RTD / LinR

-

+

TC

-

+ mA

54

53

52

51

42

41

44

43

IEC60079-15:2005, IEC60079-11:2011, IEC60079-0:2011

IEC60079-26:2006

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

Power Rail

4501

9116

34

12

11

14

13

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m

: 253 V; max. 400 Hz

Revision date:

2012-07-04

Version Revision

V6 R0

Prepared by:

PB

Page:

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9116 - Product Version 9116-003 33

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9116QI01

LERBAKKEN 10, 8410 ROENDE DENMARK

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

93 mA

650 mW

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-53

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

1.1 mA

8 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

8.3 V

0.2 mA

0.4 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B1

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo 8.3 V

Io

Po

13.1 mA

27.3 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω

73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

93 mA

650 mW

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-53

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

1.1 mA

8 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

8.3 V

0.2 mA

0.4 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B2

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo 8.3 V

Io

Po

13.1 mA

27.3 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Co

7 μF

Lo

207 mH

Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

1 mH/Ω

73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Installation notes:

For group I (mines), the parameters for group IIA apply.

Install in pollution degree 2, overvoltage category II as defined in IEC60664-1

Do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.

Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is present.

Disconnect power before servicing.

The wiring of unused terminals is not allowed.

In type of protection [Ex ia Da] the parameters for intrinsic safety for gas group IIB are applicable.

For installation in Zone 2, the module shall be installed in an enclosure in type of protection Ex n or Ex e, providing a degree of protection of at least IP54. Cable entry devices and blanking elements shall fulfill the same requirements.

For installation on Power Rail in Zone 2, only Power Rail type 9400 supplied by Power Control Unit type 9410 (Type Examination Certificate KEMA 07ATEX0152 X) is allowed.

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Hazardous area

Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4-20 mA

Loop-powered transmitter

T

+

-

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

9116

Power Rail

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2A DC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 V AC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 54-52

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

Module 9116B1

Term. 54-52; 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

93 mA

650 mW

Module 9116B2

Term. 54-52; 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

93 mA

650 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

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Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Lo

9116

Power Rail

Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Co

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

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4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

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(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

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Hazardous area

Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

0/4-20 mA

Current source

-

+

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 51-52

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

Module 9116B 1/2

Term. 52-51, 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

16.6 V

0.2 mA

0.8 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

0.4 μF

2.3 μF

9.5 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

100 mH 25mH/Ω

100 mH 100mH/Ω

100 mH 200mH/Ω

-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4501

9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

4501

9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250VAC / 30VDC

Power max: 500VA / 60W

Current max: 2A AC / 2ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

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ATEX Installation drawing

9116

For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and standards that apply to this area.

Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.

4501

For installation in Zone 2 the following must be observed.

The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics’ modules. It is important that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way.

Only 4501 modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.

ATEX Certificate:.........................................................................KEMA 10 ATEX 0053 X

Marking: II (1) G [Ex ia Ga] IIC/IIB/IIA

II 3 G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc

II (1) D [Ex ia Da] IIIC

I (M1) [Ex ia Ma] I

Standards

Hazardous area

Zone 0,1,2, 20, 21, 22

EN 60079-0 : 2009, EN 60079-11 : 2012, EN 60079-15 : 2005

EN 60079-26 : 2007

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4501

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

T

+

54

53

34

33

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max:

Current max:

16 VA / 32 W

0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

-

52 32

-

-

+

51 31

Potm. 2

4- wire 3- wire 2- wire

Potm. 3

Potm. 1

Loop V mA

+

-

44

43

42

41

14

13

12

11

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

RTD / LinR TC

9116

Power Rail

( terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m

: 253 V; max 400 Hz

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Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

93 mA

650 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-53

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

1.1 mA

8 mW

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

8.3 V

0.2 mA

0.4 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B1

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo

Io

Po

8.3 V

13.1 mA

27.3 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF

73 μF

207 mH

828 mH

1 mH/Ω

5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

93 mA

650 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-53

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

1.1 mA

8 mW

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

8.3 V

0.2 mA

0.4 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B2

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo 8.3 V

Io

Po

13.1 mA

27.3 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

Co

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Lo Lo/Ro

0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 207 mH 1 mH/Ω

73 μF 828 mH 5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Installation notes:

For group I (mines), the parameters for group IIA apply.

Install in pollution degree 2, overvoltage category II as defined in EN60664-1

Do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.

Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is present.

Disconnect power before servicing.

The wiring of unused terminals is not allowed.

In type of protection [Ex ia Da] the parameters for intrinsic safety for gas group IIB are applicable.

For installation in Zone 2, the module shall be installed in an enclosure in type of protection Ex n or Ex e, providing a degree of protection of at least IP54. Cable entry devices and blanking elements shall fulfill the same requirements.

For installation on Power Rail in Zone 2, only Power Rail type 9400 supplied by Power Control Unit type 9410 (Type Examination Certificate KEMA 07ATEX0152 X) is allowed.

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9116QA01

Hazardous area

Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4-20 mA

Loop-powered transmitter

T

+

-

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

4501

9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 54-52

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

Module 9116B1

Term. 54-52; 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

28 V

93 mA

650 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Module 9116B2

Term. 54-52; 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

21.4 V

93 mA

650 mW

Revision date:

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Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Co Lo Lo/Ro

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

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9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max:

U m:

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64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

253 V max. 400 Hz

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Hazardous area

Zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22

Non Hazardous area or Zone 2

-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

9116QA01

0/4-20 mA

Current source

-

+

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 51-52

Ui

Ii

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

Module 9116B 1/2

Term. 52-51, 51-52

Uo

Io

Po

16.6 V

0.2 mA

0.8 mW

Group

IIC

IIB

IIA

Co

0.4 μF

2.3 μF

9.5 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

100 mH 25mH/Ω

100 mH 100mH/Ω

100 mH 200mH/Ω

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

9116

Power Rail

9116

Power Rail

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

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FM Installation drawing

9116

For safe installation of 9116B the following must be observed. The module shall only be installed by qualified personnel who are familiar with the national and international laws, directives and standards that apply to this area.

Year of manufacture can be taken from the first two digits in the serial number.

4501

For Installation in Zone 2 / Division 2 the following must be observed.

The 4501 programming module is to be used solely with PR electronics modules. It is important that the module is undamaged and has not been altered or modified in any way. Only 4501 modules free of dust and moisture shall be installed.

c-FM-us Certificate …………………………………………………….. 3038267

Hazardous Classified Location

Class I/II/III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [AEx ia] IIC or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [Ex ia] IIC

Unclassified Location or

Hazardous Classified Location

Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4 or Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC T4

-20 ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

Simple Apparatus or

Intrinsic safe apparatus with entity parameters:

Vmax (Ui) ≥ Vt (Uo)

Imax (Ii) ≥ It (Io)

Pi ≥ Pt (Po)

Ca ≥ C

La ≥ L cable cable

+ Ci

+ Li

54

4501

34

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

T

-

Loop V

-

RTD / LinR

+

Potm. 2

Potm. 3

Potm. 1

4- wire 3- wire 2- wire

+

-

TC

+

mA

42

41

44

43

53

52

51

9116

12

11

14

13

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

Power Rail

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9116QF01

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui, Vmax

Ii, Imax

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

28 V

Group

IIC or A,B

93 mA IIB or C,E,F

650 mW IIA or D,G

Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-53

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

Group

28 V IIC or A,B

1.1 mA IIB or C,E,F

8 mW

IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

80 nF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

640 nF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

2.1 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Module 9116B1

Terminal 51-52

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

8.3 V

Group

IIC or A,B

0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F

0.4 mW IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Module 9116B1

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

8.3 V

Group

IIC or A,B

13.1 mA IIB or C,E,F

27.3 mW IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF

73 μF

207 mH

828 mH

1 mH/Ω

5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52, 51-53

Ui, Vmax

Ii, Imax

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

1 μH

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-54, 52-54

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

Group

21.4 V IIC or A,B

93 mA IIB or C,E,F

650 mW IIA or D,G

Co

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-53

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

Group

21.4 V IIC or A,B

1.1 mA IIB or C,E,F

8 mW

IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

0.16 μF 1000 mH 4 mH/Ω

1.13 μF 1000 mH 17 mH/Ω

4.15 μF 1000 mH 35 mH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 51-52

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

8.3 V

Group

IIC or A,B

0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F

0.4 mW IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF 1000 mH 100 mH/Ω

73 μF 1000 mH 400 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 800 mH/Ω

Module 9116B2

Terminal 41,42,43,44

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

8.3 V

Group

IIC or A,B

13.1 mA IIB or C,E,F

27.3 mW IIA or D,G

Co Lo Lo/Ro

7 μF

73 μF

207 mH

828 mH

1 mH/Ω

5 mH/Ω

1000 μF 1000 mH 10 mH/Ω

Installation notes:

The installation and wiring shall be in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code for Canada and

National Electrical Code NFPA 70, Article 500 or 505 for installation in USA.

The module must be supplied from a Power Supply having double or reinforced insulation.

The use of stranded wires is not permitted for mains wiring except when wires are fitted with cable ends.

For installation on the 9400 Power Rail the power must be supplied from Power Control Module Unit 9410.

Install in pollution degree 2 or better, overvoltage category I or II.

The module must be installed in an enclosure suitable for the environment for which it is used.

In Class I, Division 2 /Zone 2 installations, the subject equipment shall be mounted within a tool-secured enclosure which is capable of accepting one or more of the Class I, Division 2 wiring methods specified in the National Electrical Code for USA or the Canadian Electrical Code for Canada

The module is galvanic isolated and does not require grounding.

Use 60 / 75 ºC Copper Conductors with wire Size AWG: (26-14).

Warning: Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety.

Warning: To prevent ignition of the explosive atmospheres, disconnect power before servicing and do not separate connectors when energized and an explosive gas mixture is present.

Warning: Do not mount or remove modules from the Power Rail when an explosive gas mixture is present.

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Hazardous Classified Location

Class I/II/III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [AEx ia] IIC or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [Ex ia] IIC

-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4-20 mA

Loop-powered transmitter

T

+

-

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

4501

9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Unclassified Location or

Hazardous Classified Location

Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4 or Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC T4

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 52-54

Ui, Vmax

Ii, Imax

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

Module 9116B1

Terminals 52-54

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

28 V

Group

IIC or A,B

93 mA IIB or C,E,F

650 mW IIA or D,G

Co

80 nF

640 nF

2.1 μF

Module 9116B2

Terminal 52-54

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

Group

21.4 V IIC or A,B

93 mA IIB or C,E,F

650 mW IIA or D,G

Co

0.16 μF

1.13 μF

4.15 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

Lo Lo/Ro

4 mH 54 μH/Ω

16 mH 218 μH/Ω

32 mH 436 μH/Ω

4501

9116

Power Rail

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Non hazardous area installation

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

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Hazardous Classified Location

Class I/II/III, Division 1, Group A,B,C,D,E,F,G or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [AEx ia] IIC or Class I, Zone 0/1 Group IIC, [Ex ia] IIC

0/4-20 mA

Current Source

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminal 51-52

Ui, Vmax

Ii, Imax

Pi

Ci

Li

30 V

120 mA

900 mW

3 nF

2 μH

-

+

Unclassified Location or

Hazardous Classified Location

Class I, Division 2 Group A,B,C,D T4 or Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC T4

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

44

43

42

41

54

53

52

51

-20 ºC ≤Ta ≤ +60ºC

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Status relay, terminal (33,34)

Unclassified location installation:

Voltage max: 125 VAC / 110 VDC

Power max: 62.5 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 0.3 ADC

Zone 2 installation:

Voltage max: 32 VAC/ 32 VDC

Power max: 16 VA / 32 W

Current max: 0.5 A AC / 1 A DC

9116

Power Rail

9116

Power Rail

4501

14

13

12

11

34

33

32

31

Relay output, terminal (13,14)

Unclassified location installation:

Voltage max: 250 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 500 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

Zone 2 installation

Voltage max: 32 VAC / 30 VDC

Power max: 64 VA / 60 W

Current max: 2 A AC / 2 ADC

(terminal 11,12,13,14)

(terminal 31,32,33,34)

(terminal 91,92,93,94,95)

U m:

253 V max. 400 Hz

Module 9116B 1/2

Terminals 51-52

Uo, Voc

Io, Isc

Po

Group

16.6 V IIC or A,B

0.2 mA IIB or C,E,F

0.8 mW IIA or D,G

Co

0.4 μF

2.3 μF

9.5 μF

Lo Lo/Ro

100 mH 25mH/Ω

100 mH 100mH/Ω

100 mH 200mH/Ω

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unIVeRSal COnVeRteR

9116

this safety manual is valid for the following product versions:

9116-003

9116-002

9116-001

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0 COntentS

1 Observed standards ..................................................................................................... 3

2 Acronyms and abbreviations ....................................................................................... 3

3 Purpose of the product ................................................................................................ 3

4 Assumptions and restrictions for use of the product .................................................. 4

4.1 Basic safety specifications .................................................................................. 4

4.2 Safety accuracy ................................................................................................... 4

4.2.1 Minimum span ......................................................................................... 4

4.2.2 Range limitations ..................................................................................... 4

4.3 Associated equipment ......................................................................................... 4

4.3.1 RTD or linear resistance sensor wiring .................................................... 4

4.3.3 Process calibration .................................................................................. 5

4.3.4 Analogue output ...................................................................................... 5

4.3.5 Relay output ............................................................................................. 5

4.4 Failure rates ......................................................................................................... 5

4.5 Safe parameterisation .......................................................................................... 5

4.6 Installation in hazardous areas ............................................................................ 5

5 Functional specification of the safety function ............................................................ 5

6 Functional specification of the non-safety functions ................................................... 6

7 Safety parameters ........................................................................................................ 6

8 Hardware and software configuration .......................................................................... 7

9 Failure category ............................................................................................................ 8

10 Periodic proof test procedure ...................................................................................... 9

11 Procedures to repair or replace the product................................................................ 9

12 Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 9

13 Documentation for routing diagram ............................................................................. 9

13.1 In general ............................................................................................................. 9

13.2 Further explanations ............................................................................................ 9

13.2.1 Password protection ................................................................................ 9

13.2.2 Sensor/cable fault information via display front 4501 ............................. 10

13.3 Advanced functions (ADV.SET) ............................................................................ 10

13.3.1 Memory (MEM) ........................................................................................ 10

13.3.2 Display setup (DISP) ................................................................................ 10

13.3.3 Password (PASS) ..................................................................................... 10

13.3.4 Language (LANG)..................................................................................... 10

13.3.5 Process calibration (CAL) ........................................................................ 10

13.3.6 Power rail (RAIL) ...................................................................................... 10

13.3.7 Simulation (SIM) ....................................................................................... 11

13.3.8 Safety integrity level (SIL) ........................................................................ 11

14 Safe parameterisation - user responsibility ................................................................. 11

14.1 Safety-related configuration parameters ............................................................. 11

14.1.1 Common parameters ............................................................................... 11

14.1.2 Parameters related to Relay Output ........................................................... 14

14.1.3. Parameters related to analouge output ................................................... 15

14.2. Verification procedure .............................................................................. 16

14.2.1 If no password is set ............................................................................... 17

14.2.2 If password is set ..................................................................................... 20

14.2.3 If any parameter is found to be incorrect during verification .................. 20

14.3 Functional test ..................................................................................................... 20

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15 Fault reaction and restart condition ............................................................................. 20

16 User interface ............................................................................................................... 21

16.2 Routing diagram .................................................................................................. 23

16.3 Routing diagram - Advanced settings (ADV.SET)................................................ 26

17 Connections diagram ................................................................................................... 27

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1 Observed standards

Standard Description

IEC 61508 safety Manual

Functional Safety of electrical / electronic / programmable electronic safety-related systems

Part 2: Requirements for electrical / electronic / programmable electronic safety-related systems

IEC 61508-

2:2000

IEC 61508-

3:1998

IEC 61326-3-

1:2008

Part 3: Software requirements

Immunity requirements for safety-related systems

2 acronyms and abbreviations

Acronym /

Abbreviation

Designation

Element

PFD

PFH

SFF

SIF

SIL

Description

Probability of Failure on Demand

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour

Safe Failure Fraction

Safety Integrity

Function

Safety Integrity Level

Term defined by IEC 61508 as “part of a subsystem comprising a single component or any group of components that performs one or more element safety functions”

This is the likelihood of dangerous safety function failures occurring on demand.

The term “Probability” is misleading, as IEC

61508 defines a Rate.

Safe Failure Fraction summarises the fraction of failures which lead to a safe state and the fraction of failures which will be detected by diagnostic measures and lead to a defined safety action.

Function that provides fault detection (to ensure the necessary safety integrity for the safety functions)

The international standard IEC 61508 specifies four discrete safety integrity levels (SIL 1 to SIL 4). Each level corresponds to a specific probability range regarding the failure of a safety function.

3 Purpose of the product

Conversion and scaling of temperature (Pt, Ni and TC), voltage, potentiometer, linear resistance and current signals from hazardous area.

The device can be mounted in the safe area and in zone 2 / div. 2 and receive signals from zone

0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22 / Class I/II/III, Div. 1, Gr. A-G.

Error events, including cable faults, are monitored and signalled via the individual status relay and/or a collective electronic signal via the power rail.

The 9116 has been designed, developed and certified for use in SIL 2 applications according to the requirements of IEC 61508.

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4 assumptions and restrictions for use of the product

4.1 Basic safety specifications

Operational temperature range................ -20...+60°C

Storage temperature range...................... -20...+85°C

Power supply type, min. .......................... Double or reinforced

Supply voltage ......................................... 19.2...31.2 VDC

Relay output pulse length, min. ............... 70 ms

Loop supply ............................................ >16.5 V @ 20 mA

External loop supply voltage ................... 5...26 VDC + external drop

(Passive output)

Mounting area .......................................... Zone 2 / Division 2 or safe area

Mounting environment ............................. Pollution degree 2 or better

4.2 Safety accuracy

The analogue output and relay output corresponds to the applied input within the safety accuracy.

Safety accuracy ....................................... ±2%

4.2.1 minimum span

For temperature measurements, the selected range (OUT.HI - OUT.LO), and for linear resistance measurements the selected range (R 100% - R 0%), shall be larger or equal to the values below:

Input type

Pt100, Pt200, Pt1000

minimum span for safety accuracy

28°C

Pt500, Ni100, Ni120, Ni1000

Pt50, Pt400, Ni50

Pt250, Pt300

Pt20

Pt10

TC: E, J, K, L, N, T, U

TC: B, R, S, W3, W5, LR

Linear resistance, R 100% ≤ 800 W

Linear resistance, R 100% > 800 W

43°C

57°C

85°C

142°C

283°C

91°C

153°C

53 W

667 W

4.2.2 Range limitations

TC type B shall not be used below +400°C

4.3 associated equipment

4.3.1 RtD or linear resistance sensor wiring

If a 2-wire or a 3-wire connection for RTD or linear resistance is selected,

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4.3.2 Sensor errors

If the loop supply is used to supply a current input signal, the sensor error indication shall be enabled on the safety output(s).

If sensor error detection is disabled, or if any of the conficurations below are used, the user must ensure that the applied sensor, including wiring, has a failure rate that qualifies it for the safety application without sensor error detection enabled:

• Input is current, 0-20 mA

• Input is voltage

• Input is linear resistance and R_0% < 18 W (no short circuit detection)

• Input it Pt10, Pt20 or Pt50 (no short circuit detection)

• Input is potentiometer (no short circuit detection on arm)

4.3.3 Process calibration

If a process calibration is taken into SIL-mode operation, it is mandatory that the accuracy of the device (and sensor, if applicable) are tested by the end user after SIL-mode is entered, in addition to the normal functional test. Refer to section 14 - Safe parameterisation - user responsibility.

4.3.4 analogue output

The connected safety PLC shall be able to detect and handle the fault indications on the analogue output of the 9116 converter by having a

NAMUR NE43-compliant current input.

4.3.5 Relay output

The relay output shall only be connected to equiment which has a current limiting function of 2 A.

4.4 failure rates

The basic failure rates from the Siemens standard SN 29500 are used as the failure rate database.

Failure rates are constant, wear-out mechanisms are not included.

External power supply failure rates are not included.

4.5 Safe parameterisation

The user is responsible for verifying the correctness of the configuration parameters. (See section 14 Safe parameterisation - user responsibility).

Manual override may not be used for safety applications.

4.6 Installation in hazardous areas

The IECEx Installation drawing, ATEX Installation drawing and FM Installation drawing shall be followed if the products are installed in hazardous areas.

5 functional specification of the safety function

Conversion of current signals (0...20 mA or 4...20 mA), voltage signals, potentiometer, linear resistance, RTD sensor signals or thermocouple sensor signals from hazardous areas to a

4...20 mA current output signal, and/or an output relay, within specified accuracy.

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For RTD and linear resistance input sensors, cable resistances of up to 50 W per wire can be compensated if 3- or 4-wire connection is configured.

For thermocouple sensors, cold junction temperature errors can be compensated, either by an internally mounted temperature sensor, or by an accessory connector with a built-in temperature sensor. The selection of CJC measurement must be done and verified by the end user.

6 functional specification of the non-safety functions

The status relay (terminal 33 and 34), error signal on power rail (terminal 91) and LED outputs are not suitable for use in any Safety Instrumented Function.

7 Safety parameters

RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Current output

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH) 4.30E-08

Note

1

Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Relay output

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)

2.82E-04

4 years

93%

6.20E-08

Note

1

Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

Voltage input, Current output

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)

4.03E-04

3 years

90%

5.60E-08

Note

1

Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

Voltage input, Relay output

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)

3.66E-04

3 years

93%

7.60E-08

Note

1

Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

4.89E-04

2 years

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Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

Current input, Relay output

Probability of dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH)

4.20E-08

Note

1

2.77E-04

5 years

95%

Probability of failure on demand (PFD) -

1 year proof test interval

Proof test interval (10% of loop PFD)

Safe Failure Fraction

Common Safety Parameters

Demand response time

Demand mode

Demand rate

Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)

Diagnostic test interval

Hardware Fault Tolerance (HFT)

Component Type

SIL capability

Description of the “Safe State”, analogue output

6.20E-08

Note

1

4.00E-04

3 years

93%

Signal input: < 0.5 seconds

Potentiometer and linear resistance input < 0.65 seconds

Temperature input: < 1.1 seconds

High

3000 seconds

0

B

24 hours

30 seconds

SIL 2

Output

≤ 3.6 mA or

Output ≥ 21 mA

Description of the “Safe State”, relay output

Relay lifetime (Note2)

Contact open (relay de-energized)

100 000 times

Note1: The 9116 contains no lifetime limiting components, therefore the PFH figures are valid for up to 12 years, according to IEC 61508.

Note2: The user must calculate the product lifetime with regard to the relay lifetime.

8 Hardware and software configuration

All configurations of software and hardware versions are fixed from factory, and cannot be changed by end-user or reseller.

This manual only covers products labelled with the product version (or range of versions) specified on the front page.

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9 failure category

failure rates (1/h) for RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Current output

Fail Safe Detected

Fail Safe Undetected

0.000E-0

2.78E-07

Fail Dangerous Detected

Fail Dangerous Undetected

3.52E-07

4.30E-08

failure rates (1/h) for RTD, TC, LinR and Potentiometer input, Relay output

Fail Safe Detected 0.000E-0

Fail Safe Undetected

Fail Dangerous Detected

3.59E-07

2.30E-07

Fail Dangerous Undetected

failure rates (1/h) for Voltage input, Current output

6.20E-08

Fail Safe Detected

Fail Safe Undetected

Fail Dangerous Detected

0.000E-0

3.95E-07

4.79E-07

Fail Dangerous Undetected

failure rates (1/h) for Voltage input, Relay output

5.60E-08

Fail Safe Detected 0.000E-0

Fail Safe Undetected 4.80E-07

Fail Dangerous Detected

Fail Dangerous Undetected

3.53E-07

7.60E-08

Fail Safe Detected

failure rates (1/h) for Current input, Current output

0.000E-0

Fail Safe Undetected

Fail Dangerous Detected

4.44E-07

5.54E-07

Fail Dangerous Undetected

failure rates (1/h) for Current input, Relay output

4.20E-08

Fail Safe Detected

Fail Safe Undetected

Fail Dangerous Detected

0.000E-0

6.36E-07

3.20E-07

Fail Dangerous Undetected 6.20E-08

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10 Periodic proof test procedure

Step action

1 Bypass the safety PLC or take other appropriate action to avoid a false trip

2

Connect a simulator identical to the input setup

3

Apply input value corresponding to 0/100% output range

4

Observe whether the outputs acts as expected

5

Restore the input terminals to full operation

6

Remove the bypass from the safety PLC or otherwise restore normal operation

This test will detect approximately 95% of possible “du” (dangerous undetected) failures in the device. The proof test is equivalent to the functional test.

11 Procedures to repair or replace the product

Any failures that are detected and that compromise functional safety should be reported to the sales department at PR electronics A/S.

Repair of the device and replacement of circuit breakers must be done by PR electronics A/S only.

12 maintenance

No maintenance required.

13 Documentation for routing diagram

The routing diagram is shown in section 16.2.

13.1 In general

When configuring the 9116, you will be guided through all parameters and you can choose the settings which fit the application. For each menu there is a scrolling help text which is automatically shown in line 3 on the display.

Configuration is carried out by use of the 3 function keys:

1

will increase the numerical value or choose the next parameter

2

will decrease the numerical value or choose the previous parameter

3

will accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu

When configuration is completed, the display will return to the default state 1.0.

Pressing and holding 3 will return to the previous menu or return to the default state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.

If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state (1.0) without saving the changed values or parameters.

13.2 further explanations

13.2.1 Password protection

Access to the configuration can be blocked by assigning a password.

The password is saved in the device in order to ensure a high degree of protection against unauthorised modifications to the configuration. Default password 2008 allows access to all configuration menus.

Password protection is mandatory in SIL applications.

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13.2.2 Sensor/cable fault information via display front 4501

When the function is enabled and supported by selected input type, sensor or cable faults are displayed as SE.BR (sensor break) or SE.SH

(cable short-circuited).

In case of sensor or cable fault the backlight flashes. This can be reset by pressing the 3 key. When the sensor or cable fault has been remedied, the device will return to normal operation.

13.3 advanced functions (aDV.Set)

The device gives access to a number of advanced functions which can be reached by answering “Yes” to the point “ADV.SET”.

13.3.1 memory (mem)

In the memory menu a non-SIL configuration can be either saved or loaded from the local memory of the 4501 display unit. Choose SAVE to store the current configuration in the 4501 memory. Press LOAD to read a previously stored configuration in the 4501 memory and store it in the device. It is only possible to load a configuration stored from the same type of device and from the same version, or earlier.

13.3.2 Display setup (DISP)

The brightness contrast and the backlight can be adjusted.

Tag number with 5 alphanumerics can be entered.

Functional readout in line 3 of the display can be selected: choose between readout of output current or tag no. When selecting ”ALT” the readout alternates between output current and tag no.

13.3.3 Password (PaSS)

Here you can choose a password between 0000 and 9999 in order to protect the device against unauthorised modifications to the configuration. The device is delivered default without password.

13.3.4 language (lanG)

In this menu you can choose between 7 different language versions of help texts that will appear in the menu. You can choose between UK, DE,

FR, IT, ES, SE and DK.

13.3.5 Process calibration (Cal)

A process calibration can be made by the end user. A known process signal must be applied for both low and high end of the input measurement range. The known input of the applied low end signal must be entered in the CAL.LO menu and confirmed by pressing OK before removing or changing the applied signal to the high end signal. The known input of the applied high end signal must be entered in the CAL.HI menu and confirmed by pressing OK before removing. It is possible to enable or disable the use of the latest process calibration.

13.3.6 Power rail (RaIl)

In this menu it can be chosen if sensor errors are transmitted to the central surveillance in the PR 9410 power control device.

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13.3.7 Simulation (SIm)

It is possible to override the actual measured input signal by a simulated value. In the REL.SIM menu it is posible to simulate the relay state with out affecting the analogue output, by pressing 1 . Leaving the simulation menus, or disconnecting the 4501 device, will disable the simulation mode and bring the output back to correspond to the actual measured value. Simulation is not possible in SIL-mode.

13.3.8 Safety integrity level (SIl)

See section 14 - Safe parameterisation - user responsibility

14 Safe parameterisation - user responsibility

14.1 Safety-related configuration parameters

14.1.1 Common parameters

Name

IN.TYPE

I.RANGE

V.RANGE

SENSOR

Function

Selected input type:

TEMP = Temperature

CURR = Current

VOLT = Voltage

LIN.R = Linear resistance

POTM = Potentiometer

Selected fixed input range for current measurements (for

IN.TYPE = CURR):

0_20 = 0...20 mA (no sensor error detection!)

4_20 = 4...20 mA

Selected fixed input range for voltage measurements

(for IN.TYPE = VOLT)

Selected temperature sensor type (for IN.TYPE = TEMP):

TC = Thermocouple

Ni = Ni RTD sensor

Pt = Pt RTD sensor

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Ni.TYPE

TC.TYPE

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Pt sensor type (for SENSOR = Pt):

10 = Pt10

}

50 = Pt50

100 = Pt100

200 = Pt200

250 = Pt250

300 = Pt300

400 = Pt400

500 = Pt500

1000 = Pt1000

Ni sensor type (for SENSOR = Ni):

50 = Ni50

100 = Ni100

120 = Ni120

1000 = Ni1000

Thermocouple type (for SENSOR = TC):

TC.B = Thermocuple type B

TC.E = Thermocuple type E

TC.J = Thermocuple type J

TC.K = Thermocuple type K

TC.L = Thermocuple type L

TC.N = Thermocuple type N

TC.R = Thermocuple type R

TC.S = Thermocuple type S

TC.T = Thermocuple type T

TC.U = Thermocuple type U

TC.W3 = Thermocuple type W3

TC.W5 = Thermocuple type W5

TC.Lr = Thermocuple type Lr

CJC type for SENSOR = TC:

INT = Internal CJC sensor measurement

CONN = CJC connector measurement (accessory)

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R 100%

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Selected sensor connection type for RTD or linear resistance measurements (for SENSOR = Ni or Pt or IN.TYPE = LIN.R):

2W = 2-wire

3W = 3-wire

4W = 4-wire

If 2W or 3W is selected, the end user must ensure that the applied sensor wiring does not introduce failures exceeding the requirements for the safety application.

0% input range for linear resistance measurements

(for IN.TYPE = LIN.R).

This value must be < (R 100% - minimum span), refer to 4.2.1

100% input range for linear resistance measurements

(for IN.TYPE = LIN.R)

This value must be > (R 0% + minimum span), refer to 4.2.1

Selected temperature unit for IN.TYPE = TEMP

°C = degrees Celsius

°F = degrees Fahrenheit

For IN.TYPE

≠ TEMP selectable units refer to routing diagram

0% display value on 4501. Can be used as base for relay setpoints (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

100% display value on 4501. Can be used as base for relay setpoints (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

Password for protection of the device configuration from unauthorized access. Range from 0 to 9999.

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14.1.2 Parameters related to Relay Output

REL.UNI

REL.FUN

Relay Units (for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP):

PERC = Relay setpoint in percent of input range.

DISP = Relay setpoints and hysteresis values relates to DISP.LO and DISP.HI (display units)

Relay Function:

OFF (Note3) = Relay is always OFF

POW (Note3) = Relay is always ON if power is applied

ERR = Relay is activated when sensor error is present

WIND = Relay is activated when input signal is between SETP.

LO and SETP.HI values

SETP = Relay is activated when input signal reaches SETP value

CONTAC.

SETP.

SETP.LO

SETP.HI

ACT.DIR

HYST

Relay contact function:

N.C. = Normaly Closed relay contact (for REL.FUN = SETP)

N.O. = Normally Open relay contact (for REL.FUN = SETP)

O.I.W = Relay contact Open Inside Window (for REL.FUN =

WIND)

C.I.W = Relay contact Closed Inside Window (for REL.FUN =

WIND)

Relay setpoint value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = SETP)

Relay setpoint low value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = WIND)

Relay setpoint high value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or in UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = WIND)

Relay action for increasing or decreasing input signal

(for REL.FUN = SETP):

DECR = Relay activates when input signal ≤ SETP.

INCR = Relay activates when input signal ≥ SETP.

Hysteresis value in REL.UNI units for IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP or in

UNIT for IN.TYPE = TEMP. (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

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ERR.ACT

ON.DEL

Relay sensor error action (for REL.FUN = SETP, WIND or ERR):

Only relevant if IN.TYPE = TEMP, CURR and I.RANGE = 4-20,

POTM or LIN.R and R 0% is ≥ 18.

NONE (Note3) = Sensor error detection NOT enabled (Note4), relay state at sensor error is undefined. (NOT for REL.FUN =

ERR)

OPEN = Relay contact is open at sensor error

CLOS = Relay contact is closed at sensor error

HOLD (Note3) = Relay contact holds the state as before sensor error occurred. (NOT for REL.FUN = ERR)

Relay ON delay from SETP or SETP.LO/HI is crossed in units of seconds (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

OFF.DEL

Relay OFF delay from SETP +/- HYST or SETP.LO/HI +/- HYST is crossed in units of seconds (for REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

Note3: Value not allowed if the relay is used in a safety application (EN.SIL =

YES) and IN.TYPE = CUR and loop supply is used to supply a current input signal.

Note4: Error detection is enabled if OUT.ERR ≠ none, but relay state at sensor erroris undefined.

14.1.3. Parameters related to analouge output

Name Function

O.RANGE

OUT.ERR

Fixed output range for current output:

0-20 = 0...20 mA

Value not allowed when EN.SIL = YES (Safety applications)

4-20 = 4...20 mA

20-0 = 20...0 mA

Value not allowed when EN.SIL = YES (Safety applications)

20-4 = 20...4 mA

Fixed output value on detected sensor error:

NONE (Note5) = Sensor error detection NOT enabled (Note6), output at sensor error is undefined.

The end user must ensure that the applied sensor including wiring has a failure rate qualifying it for the safety application without the detection enabled.

0 mA = Output is 0 mA at sensor error

3.5 mA = Output is 3.5 mA at sensor error (NE43 downscale)

23 mA = Output is 23 mA at sensor error (NE4 upscale)

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OUT.LO

OUT.HI

RESP

Selected temperature value for 0% output for IN.TYPE = TEMP in units defined by the UNIT parameter (°C or °F)

Range is defined by the selected temperature sensor (SENSOR and TC.TYPE, Ni.TYPE or Pt.TYPE), but value must be less than

OUT.HI - minimum span.

Selected temperature value for 100% output for IN.TYPE =

TEMP in units defined by the UNIT parameter (°C or °F).

Range is defined by the selected temperature sensor (SENSOR and TC.TYPE, Ni.TYPE or Pt.TYPE), but must be larger than

OUT.LO + minimum span.

Analogue output response time in seconds.

Range is 0.0 to 60.0 seconds.

USE.CAL

Use the applied process calibration values:

NO = The last performed process calibration is not used. The channel operates with accuracy as specified.

YES = The last performed process calibration is in operation.

The required accuracy must be verified by user.

End user must verify by test that the applied process calibration does not introduce failures exceeding the requirements for the safety application.

Note5: Value not allowed if analogue output is used in a safety application (EN.SIL =

YES) and IN.TYPE = CURR and loop supply is used to supply a current input signal.

Note6: Error detection is enabled if ERR.ACT ≠ NONE, but analogue output value is undefined.

14.2. Verification procedure

The verification is done using the display / programming front PR 4501 and following the procedure described below.

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14.2.1 If no password is set action

1 Press OK

2 Set (ADV.SET) to Yes and press OK

3 Set SETUP to SIL and press OK

4 Set EN.SIL to YES and press OK

5 Set password to a number between 0 and

9999 and press OK

(At this time the device starts operating in SIL mode with the entered configuration parameters!) safety Manual

Display shows

ADV.SET

SETUP

EN.SIL

NEW.PAS

CONFIG

Verify

OPEN->LOCK

(Note7)

6 Press OK to confirm verification of the OPEN-

>LOCK in the display

7 Verify input type and press OK

8 Verify fixed input current range and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = CURR)

IN.TYPE

I.RANGE

CONNEC

9 Verify sensor connection type and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Ni or Pt or IN.TYPE = LIN.R)

UNIT

10 Verify temperature unit and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)

11 Verify temperature sensor type and press OK

( ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)

12 Verify Pt sensor type and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Pt)

13 Verify Ni sensor type and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = Ni)

SENSOR

Pt.TYPE

Ni.TYPE

TC.TYPE

14 Verify Thermocouple type and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = TC)

Note7: Open is shown briefly in the display.

CJC

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Action

Verify CJC type and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP and SENSOR = TC)

Verify fixed input voltage range and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = VOLT)

Verify input resistance 0% range and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = LIN.R)

Verify input resistance 100% range and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = LIN.R)

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

Display shows

V.RANGE

R 0%

R 100%

UNIT

Verify display units for 4501 and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

DEC.P

Verify display decimal point for 4501 and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

DISP.LO

Verify display value for 4501 at 0% input and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

DISP.HI

REL.UNI

Verify display value for 4501 at 100% input and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

Verify relay setpoint units and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE ≠ TEMP)

Verify relay function and press OK

Verify relay contact function and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN ≠ OFF or POW)

Verify relay setpoint and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP)

Verify low setpoint value and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = WIND)

Verify high setpoint value and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = WIND)

REL.FUN

CONTAC.

SETP.

SETP.LO

SETP.HI

ACT.DIR

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Action

29 Verify relay activation direction and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP)

30 Verify relay setpoint hysteresis and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

Display shows

HYST

ERR.ACT

31 Verify relay action on sensor error and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP, WIND or ERR and the selected input type and range support sensor error detection, refer to section 4.3.2)

ON.DEL

OFF.DEL

32 Verify relay ON delay and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

33 Verify relay OFF delay and press OK

(ONLY if REL.FUN = SETP or WIND)

O.RANGE

34 Verify fixed output range for current output OUT.ERR

35 Verify fixed output value on detected sensor error and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE

≠ VOLT, or IN.TYPE = CURR and

I.RANGE

≠ 0-20 mA)

36 Verify temperature for 0% output and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)

OUT.LO

OUT.HI

37 Verify temperature for 100% output and press OK

(ONLY if IN.TYPE = TEMP)

RESP

38 Verify analogue output response time and press OK CH1.CAL

39 Verify the use of applied process calibration values and press OK

PASSW.

40 Verify password and press OK

41 Verify SIL mode within 1 second

SIL.OK

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14.2.2 If password is set action

1 Press OK

2 Enter password and press OK

3 Set ADV.SET to Yes and press OK

4 Set SETUP to SIL and press OK

5 Set EN.SIL to YES and press OK

(At this time the device starts operating in SIL mode with the entered configuration parameters!)

6 to

41

As step 6 to 41 for 14.2.1

Note8: Open is shown briefly in the display

Display shows

PASSW

ADV.SET

SETUP

EN.SIL

CONFIG

Verify

OPEN->LOCK

(Note8)

As step 6 to 41 for

14.2.1

14.2.3 If any parameter is found to be incorrect during verification

Remove SIL-mode (by entering the password and selecting EN.SIL = NO).

Go through the setup menu and correct the parameter(s).

Repeat step 1 to 36 (with correct parameters).

14.3 functional test

The user is responsible to make a functional test after verification of the safety parameters. The procedure for periodic proof test described in section 10 shall be used.

In addition, if a process calibration is taken into SIL-mode operation (refer to section 13.3 - Advanced functions), it is mandatory that the accuracy of the device

(and sensor, if applicable) are tested.

15 fault reaction and restart condition

When the 9116 detects a fault the outputs will go to Safe State, in which the outputs will be

“de-energised”.

If the fault is application-specific (cable error detection) the 9116 will restart when the fault has been corrected.

Power cycle the device for bringing it out of Safe State.

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[08]

[09]

[10]

[05]

[06]

[01]

[02]

[03]

[04]

Set correct password

Enter Advanced setup menu?

Select Temperature input

Select Potentiometer input

Select Linear resistance input

Select Current input

Select Voltage input

Select 0.0-1 V input range

Select 0.2-1 V input range

Select 0-5 V input range

Select 1-5 V input range

Select 0-10 V input range

Select 2-10 V input range

Select 0-20 mA input range

Select 4-20 mA input range

Select 2-Wire sensor connection

Select 3-Wire sensor connection

Select 4-Wire sensor connection

Set Resistance value low

Set Resistance value high

Select Celsius as temperature unit

Select Fahrenheit as temperature unit

Select TC sensor type

Select Ni sensor type

Select Pt sensor type

Select Display unit

Select Decimal point position

Set Display range low

Set Display range high

Select Relay setpoint in % of input range

Select Relay setpoint in display units

Select Pt10 sensor type

Select Pt20 sensor type

Select Pt50 sensor type

Select Pt100 sensor type

Select Pt200 sensor type

Select Pt250 sensor type

Select Pt300 sensor type

Select Pt400 sensor type

Select Pt500 sensor type

Select Pt1000 sensor type

Select Ni50 sensor type

Select Ni100 sensor type

Select Ni120 sensor type

Select Ni1000 sensor type

Select TC-B sensor type

Select TC-E sensor type

Select TC-J sensor type

Select TC-K sensor type

Select TC-L sensor type

Select TC-N sensor type

Select TC-R sensor type

Select TC-S sensor type

Select TC-T sensor type

Select TC-U sensor type

Select TC-W3 sensor type

Select TC-W5 sensor type

Select TC-Lr sensor type safety Manual

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[45]

[46]

[47]

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[21]

[22]

[23]

[24]

[19] Select OFF function - relay is permanently off

Select POWER function - relay indicates power status OK

Select ERROR function - relay indicates sensor error only

Select WINDOW function - relay is controlled by 2 setpoints

Select SETPOINT function - relay is controlled by 1 setpoint

Select Normally Closed contact

Select Normally Open contact

Set Relay setpoint

Select Action on decreasing signal

Select Action on increasing signal

Set Relay hysteresis

Select No error action - undefined status at error

Select Open relay contact at error

Select Close relay contact at error

Select Hold relay status at error

Set Relay ON delay in seconds

Set Relay OFF delay in seconds

Select Contact is Closed Inside Window

Select Contact is Open Inside Window

Set Relay window setpoint low

Set Relay window setpoint high

Set Relay window hysteresis

Select Internal temperature sensor

Select CJC connector (Accessory)

Select Open relay contact at error

Select Close relay contact at error

Select 0-20 mA outout range

Select 4-20 mA output range

Select 20-0 mA output range

Select 20-4 mA output range

Select No error action - output undefined at error

Select Downscale at error

Select Namur NE43 downscale at error

Select Namur NE43 upscale at error

Select Analogue output response time in seconds.

Set Temperature for analogue output low

Set Temperature for analogue output high

Enter SIL setup

Enter Simulation mode

Enter Rail setup

Perform Process Calibration

Enter Language setup

Enter Password setup

Enter Display setup

Perform Memory operations

Load saved configuration into module

Save configuration in display front

Adjust LCD contrast

Adjust LCD backlight

Write a 5-character channel TAG

Show Analog output value in display

Show TAG on display

Alternate shown information in display

Calibrate Input low to process value?

Calibrate Input high to process value?

Enable input simulation?

Set the input simulation value

Relay simulation - use 1 to toggle relay

Enable Password protection?

Set New password

Enable Fastset functionality?

Relay setpoint - press 3 to save

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Relay setpoint - Read only

Select Language

Use process calibration values?

Set value for low calibration point

Set value for high calibration point

Enable Rail status signal output?

Enable SIL configuration lock?

0...20 mA is not a valid output range for SIL operation is channel using process-compensated calibration data?

Configuration SIL status (Open / Locked)

Sensor short circuit

Sensor wire breakage

Display underrange

Display overrange

Input underrange

Input overrange

Input error - check input connections and reset power

Output error - check input connentions and reset power

Flash memory error - chek configuration

Invalid configuration type or version

Hardware error

CJC sensor error - check device temperature

CJC error - check CJC connector block

No communication

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16.2 Routing diagram

safety Manual

Power up

1

I

I

30.00

I o

12.00mA

1.0

3

1.2

1 2

50.0

SETP.

Txt 57

0000

9999

1 2

NO

YES

1 2

3

Fast setpoint adjustment and relay test

1

Increase setpoint

2

Decrease setpoint

3

Save and exit the menu

1

and 2 simultaneously = change relay state

VOLT

LIN.R

POTM

CURR

TEMP

1 2

2-10

0-10

1-5

0-5

0.2-1

0-1

1 2

0000

PASSW.

Txt 1

1.1

Error indication, example

3 NO

ADV.SET

Txt 2

3 VOLT

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 2-10

V.RANGE

Txt 4

4W

3W

2W

1 2

3

—

SE.BR

— o3.50mA

LIN.R

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 3W

CONNEC.

Txt 6

3

@C mA rpm

(70 units)

1 2

UNIT

%

Txt 11

0000

9999

1 2

0

R 0%

Txt 7

3

3

1111

111.1

11.11

1.111

1 2

111.1

DEC.P

Txt 12

0000

9999

1 2

0

R 100%

Txt 8

3

3

999.9

-199.9

1 2

0.0

DISP.LO

Txt 13

POTM

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3

0-20

4-20

1 2

CURR

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3 4-20

I.RANGE

Txt 5

3

TEMP

IN TYPE

Txt 3

3

Pt

NI

TC

1 2

1000

-

10

1 2

4W

3W

2W

1 2

Pt

SENSOR

Txt 10

3 100

Pt TYPE

Txt 16

3 3W

CONNEC.

Txt 6

1000

-

50

1 2

Ni

SENSOR

Txt 10

3 100

Ni TYPE

Txt 17

3 3W

YES

ADV.SET

Txt 2

Continued on the page

Routing diagram ADV.SET

3

TC.B TC.E TC.J TC.K

TC.L TC.N TC.R TC.S

TC.T TC.U TC.W3

TC.W5 TC.Lr

1 2

INT

CONN

TC

3

TC.K

INT

SENSOR TC.TYPE

CJC

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ROutInG DIaGRam

If no key is activated for 1 minute, the display will return to the default state 1.0 without saving configuration changes.

1

Increase value / choose next parameter

2

Decrease value / choose previous parameter

3

Accept the chosen value and proceed to the next menu

Hold 3 Back to previous menu / return to menu 1.0 without saving

999.9

-199.9

1 2

DISP

PERC

1 2

3

100.0

DISP.HI

Txt 14

3

DISP

REL.UNI

Txt 15

3

Continued on the next page

3

3

@C

@F

1 2

@C

UNIT

Txt 9

3

1.0 = Default state. Line 1 shows input status. Line 2 toggels between process value and UNIT. Line 3 shows output and TAG No.

Line 4 shows status for relay and communication and whether the device is

SIL-locked. Static dot =

SIL-locked and flashing dot = not SIL-locked.

1.1 = Only if password-protected.

1.2 = Only if FastSet is activated and the relay function is

setpoint.

Selectable

UNITS:

@C

@F

K

% m cm mm um ft in mils yd m3 l s min m/s mm/s m/min m/h in/s ips ft/s in/min ft/min in/h ft/h m/s2 rpm

Hz t kg g

N

Pa

MPa kPa hPa bar mbar kj

Wh

MWh kWh

W

1.3 = Only if input types support sensor error check.

Not valid for these input signals: 0...20 mA and

voltage.

1.4 = Only if input signal is

temperaure.

1.5 = Only if the configuration is not protected by a pass-

word.

GW

MW kW hp

A kA mA uA

V kV mV ohm

S uS m3/min m3/h l/s l/min l/h gal/min gal/h t/h mol pH

[blank]

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SETP

WIND

ERR

POW

OFF

1 2

SETP

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

N.O.

N.C.

1 2

N.O.

CONTAC

Txt 20

O.I.W

C.I.W

1 2

WIND

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

O.I.W

CONTAC

Txt 27

3

3

50.0

SETP.LO

Txt 28

3

60.0

SETP.HI

Txt 28

3

1.0

HYST.

Txt 30

1.3

ERR

REL.FUN

Txt 19

CLOS

OPEN

1 2

3 OPEN

ERR.ACT

Txt 34

3

850

-200

1 2

50.0

SETP.

Txt 21

849.9

-200

1 2

INCR

DECR

1 2

850.0

-199.9

1 2

262.5

0.1

1 2

3 INCR

ACT.DIR

Txt 22

3 1.0

HYST.

Txt 23

262.5

0.1

1 2

3

HOLD

CLOS

OPEN

NONE

1 2

3 NONE

ERR.ACT

Txt 24

1.3

HOLD

CLOS

OPEN

NONE

1 2

3

NONE

ERR.ACT

Txt 24

1.3

3

3600

0000

1 2

0

ON.DEL

Txt 25

3600

0000

1 2

0

ON.DEL

Txt 25

3600

0000

1 2

3 0

OFF.DEL

Txt 26

3600

0000

1 2

3

0

OFF.DEL

Txt 26

POW

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

OFF

REL.FUN

Txt 19

3

3

20-4

20-0

4-20

0-20

1 2

23mA

0/3.5mA

NONE

1 2

849

-200

1 2

4-20

O.RANGE

Txt 37

3

23mA

OUT.ERR

Txt 38

1.3

3

0.0

OUT.LO

Txt 41

1.4

850.0

-199.0

1 2

0.0

60

1 2

3

150.0

OUT.HI

Txt 42

1.4

3

0.0

RESP.

Txt 39

3

To default state 1.0

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MEM, DISP,

PASS, LANG,

CAL, RAIL,

SIM, SIL

1 2

MEM

SETUP

Txt 43

3

SAVE

LOAD

1 2

SAVE

MEMORY

Txt 44

3

16.3 Routing diagram - advanced settings (aDV.Set)

9

0

1 2

9

0

1 2

9

A

1 2

TAG

ALT

A.OUT

1 2

DISP

SETUP

Txt 43

3

3

CONTRA

Txt 45

3

9

LIGHT

Txt 46

3

TAG.1

TAGNO

Txt 47

3

A.OUT

DISP

Txt 48

3

YES

NO

1 2

PASS

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

EN.PASS

Txt 54

9999

0000

1 2

YES

NO

1 2

NO

0000

NEW.PAS

Txt 55

3 YES

EN.FAST

Txt 56

3

DE, DK, ES, FR,

IT, SE, UK

1 2

Red text signifies safety parameters in a SIL configuration.

LANG

SETUP

Txt 43

3 UK

LANGUA

Txt 59

3

To default state 1.0

CAL

SETUP

Txt 43

YES

NO

1 2

3 YES

CAL.LO

Txt 49

YES

NO

1 2

3

850.0

-200.0

1 2

NO

2.0

@C

Txt 61

3

YES

NO

1 2

YES

CAL.HI

Txt 50

850.0

-200.0

1 2

YES

NO

1 2

3

NO

147.8

@C

Txt 62

3 YES

USE.CAL

Txt 60

3

RAIL

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

RAIL.ER

Txt 63

3

2.0 In the submenu simulation (SIM) you must press 3 to return to the default state 1.0.

26

YES

NO

1 2

SIM

SETUP

Txt 43

3 YES

EN.SIM

Txt 51

NO

1 2

SIL

SETUP

Txt 43

3

YES

EN.SIL

Txt 64

850.0

-200.0

1 2

3 23.0

%

Txt 52

3

REL.SIM

Txt 53

3

NO

0000

9999

1 2

3

2008

NO

1.4

NEW.PAS

Txt 55

3

OPEN

LOCK

1 2

LOCK

CONFIG

Txt 66

Verify SIL configuration

3 3 3 3

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Power Rail connections

91 92 93 94 95

Supply and status relay

31 32 33 34 safety Manual

Error signal +24 V

Gnd.

NC NC

N.C.

Gnd.

+24 V

NC = no connection

Inputs:

RTD, 2-wire RTD, 3- / 4-wire

41 42 43 44 41 42 43 44

TC, internal CJC sensor

41 42 43 44

*TC,

CJC connector

41 42

Resistance, 2-wire

41 42 43 44

Resistance,

3- / 4-wire

41 42 43 44

+ -

Potentiometer

41 42 43 44

+ -

* Order separately:

CJC connector

5910Ex.

2-wire transmitter

51 52 53 54

Current

51 52 53 54

1 3

2

Voltage

51 52 53 54

-

Tx

+

Current

(Active output)

11 12 13 14

+ +

Outputs:

2-wire transmitter

(Passive output)

11 12 13 14

Relay

11 12 13 14

mA

+

+

N.O.

mA

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Displays

Programmable displays with a wide selection of inputs and outputs for display of temperature, volume and weight, etc. Feature linearisation, scaling, and difference measurement functions for programming via PReset software.

Ex interfaces

Interfaces for analogue and digital signals as well as HART

®

signals between sensors / I/P converters / frequency signals and control systems in Ex zone 0, 1 & 2 and for some modules in zone 20, 21 & 22.

Isolation

Galvanic isolators for analogue and digital signals as well as HART

®

signals. A wide product range with both loop-powered and universal isolators featuring linearisation, inversion, and scaling of output signals.

Temperature

A wide selection of transmitters for DIN form B mounting and DIN rail devices with analogue and digital bus communication ranging from application- specific to universal transmitters.

Universal

PC or front programmable devices with universal options for input, output and supply. This range offers a number of advanced features such as process calibration, linearisation and auto-diagnosis.

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