Emerson 3051S Specifications

Emerson 3051S Specifications
Reference Manual
00809-0100-4801, Rev FA
October 2010
Rosemount 3051S Series
Scalable Pressure, Flow, and Level Solution
with HART® Protocol
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Reference Manual
00809-0100-4801, Rev FA
October 2010
Rosemount 3051S Series
Rosemount 3051S Series
Scalable Pressure, Flow, and
Level Solutions
NOTICE
Read this manual before working with the product. For personal and system safety, and for
optimum product performance, make sure you thoroughly understand the contents before
installing, using, or maintaining this product.
For technical assistance, contacts are listed below:
Customer Central
Technical support, quoting, and order-related questions.
United States - 1-800-999-9307 (7:00 am to 7:00 pm CST)
Asia Pacific- 65 777 8211
Europe/ Middle East/ Africa - 49 (8153) 9390
North American Response Center
Equipment service needs.
1-800-654-7768 (24 hours—includes Canada)
Outside of these areas, contact your local Emerson Process Management representative.
The products described in this document are NOT designed for nuclear-qualified
applications. Using non-nuclear qualified products in applications that require
nuclear-qualified hardware or products may cause inaccurate readings.
For information on Rosemount nuclear-qualified products, contact your local Emerson
Process Management Sales Representative.
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Rosemount 3051S Series
Table of Contents
SECTION 1
Introduction
Using This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Models Covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Recycling/Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SECTION 2
Installation
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Mechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Draft Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Installation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Mount the Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Process Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Consider Housing Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Configure Security and Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Connect Wiring and Power Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16
Remote Display Wiring and Power Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Quick Connect Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
Conduit Electrical Connector Wiring (Option GE or GM). . . . . . . 2-21
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21
Installing the LCD Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21
Rosemount 305, 306 and 304 Manifolds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Rosemount 305 Integral Manifold Installation Procedure . . . . . . 2-23
Rosemount 306 In-Line Manifold Installation Procedure. . . . . . . 2-23
Rosemount 304 Conventional Manifold Installation Procedure. . 2-24
Rosemount 305 and 304 Manifold Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24
Manifold Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25
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1-2
1-3
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Configuration
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Commissioning on the Bench with HART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Setting the Loop to Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Review Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Field Communicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Field Communicator User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Traditional Interface Menu Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Device Dashboard Menu Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Traditional Fast Key Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Device Dashboard Fast Key Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Check Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Process Variables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Module Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Set Process Variable Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Set Output (Transfer function) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Rerange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Damping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
LCD Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Detailed Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Failure Mode Alarm and Saturation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Alarm and Saturation Level Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
Alarm and Saturation Levels for Burst Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
Alarm and Saturation Values for Multidrop Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
Alarm Level Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
Process Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
Scaled Variable Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
Re-mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Sensor Temperature Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-25
Diagnostics and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-25
Loop Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Advanced Functions for HART Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-27
Saving, Recalling, and Cloning Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . 3-27
Burst Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
Multidrop Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
Changing a Transmitter Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Communicating with a Multidropped Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
Polling a Multidropped Transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-31
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SECTION 4
Operation and
Maintenance
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Calibration for HART Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Calibration Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Determining Calibration Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Choosing a Trim Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Sensor Trim Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Zero Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Sensor Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Recall Factory Trim—Sensor Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Analog Output Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Digital-to-Analog Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Digital-to-Analog Trim Using Other Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Recall Factory Trim—Analog Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Line Pressure Effect (Range 2 and Range 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Compensating for Line Pressure (Range 4 and Range 5) . . . . . 4-10
Diagnostic Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Field Upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Labeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Upgrading Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
SECTION 5
Troubleshooting
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disassembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove from Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove Interface Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove the SuperModule from the Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reassembly Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attach SuperModule to PlantWeb or Junction Box Housing . . . . .
Install Interface Assembly in the PlantWeb Housing . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reassemble the Process Flange. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5-1
5-1
5-3
5-3
5-3
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-5
5-5
5-5
5-6
SECTION 6
Safety
Instrumented
Systems
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Certification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3051S Safety Certified Identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Damping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm and Saturation Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proof Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Failure Rate Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spare Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-5
6-5
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-6
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Advanced HART
Diagnostic Suite
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Diagnostic Action Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Statistical Process Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Assigning Statistical Values to Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
SPM Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Troubleshooting the SPM Diagnostic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Power Advisory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-20
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-20
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Diagnostic Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Variable Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-26
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-26
Pressure Variable Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-26
Temperature Variable Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-28
Process Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Pressure Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Temperature Alerts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-30
Service Alerts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-31
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-31
Device Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-32
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-32
mA Output Diagnostic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-33
Transmitter Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-33
Smart Wireless THUM Adapter Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-33
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-33
Installation and Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-34
Rosemount 333 Hart Tri-Loop Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-34
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-34
Installation and Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-34
Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Certification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-36
3051S Safety Certified Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-36
3051S SIS Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-36
3051S SIS Commissioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-36
3051S SIS Operation and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-38
Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-39
3051S SIS Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-39
Other Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-40
Digital Trim with Non-DD Based Communicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-40
Temperature Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-40
Field Communicator Menu Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-41
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APPENDIX A
Specifications and
Reference Data
Performance Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Conformance to Specification (±3s (Sigma)). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Reference Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Transmitter Total Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
Long Term Stability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Dynamic Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Ambient Temperature Effect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4
Mounting Position Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Line Pressure Effect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Vibration Effect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Power Supply Effect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Transient Protection (Option T1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Functional Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6
Range and Sensor Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6
Minimum Span Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7
Overpressure Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9
Static Pressure Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9
Burst Pressure Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9
Temperature Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10
Humidity Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Turn-On Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Volumetric Displacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Damping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Failure Mode Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Physical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Safety-Certified Transmitter Failure Values. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Process Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Process-Wetted Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
Non-Wetted Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-13
Shipping Weights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-14
Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-16
Ordering Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Exploded View Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-41
Spare Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-42
APPENDIX B
Product
Certifications
Approved Manufacturing Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Ordinary Location Certification for FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Hazardous Locations Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2
Installation Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
Factory Mutual (FM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-27
KEMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-40
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Section 1
Rosemount 3051S Series
Introduction
Using This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-1
Models Covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-2
Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-3
Product Recycling/Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1-3
USING THIS MANUAL
The sections in this manual provide information on installing, operating, and
maintaining the Rosemount 3051S pressure transmitter with HART® protocol.
The sections are organized as follows:
•
Section 2: Installation contains mechanical and electrical installation
instructions, and field upgrade options.
•
Section 3: Configuration provides instruction on commissioning and
operating 3051S transmitters. Information on software functions,
configuration parameters, and online variables is also included.
•
Section 4: Operation and Maintenance contains operation and
maintenance techniques.
•
Section 5: Troubleshooting provides troubleshooting techniques for
the most common operating problems.
•
Section 6: Safety Instrumented Systems contains identification,
commissioning, maintenance, and operations information for the
3051S SIS Safety Transmitter.
•
Section 7: Advanced HART Diagnostics contains procedures for
installation, configuration, and operation of the 3051S HART
Diagnostics option.
•
Appendix A: Specifications and Reference Data supplies reference
and specification data, as well as ordering information.
•
Appendix B: Product Certifications contains intrinsic safety approval
information, European ATEX directive information, and
approval drawings.
For Rosemount 3051S with FOUNDATION™ fieldbus, see Manual
00809-0200-4801.
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MODELS COVERED
The following 3051S pressure transmitters and the Rosemount 300S Housing
Kit are covered in this manual.
Rosemount 3051S Coplanar™ Pressure Transmitter
Measurement Type
Performance
Class
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Ultra
X
X
X
Ultra for Flow
X
–
–
Classic
X
X
X
Rosemount 3051S In-Line Pressure Transmitter
Measurement Type
Performance
Class
Differential
Ultra
–
X
X
Classic
–
X
X
Gage
Absolute
Rosemount 3051S Liquid Level Pressure Transmitter
Measurement Type
Performance
Class
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Classic
X
X
X
Rosemount 3051S SIS Safety Certified Transmitter
Measurement Type
Performance
Class
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Classic
X
X
X
Rosemount 3051S HART Diagnostics Transmitter
Measurement Type
Performance
Class
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Ultra
X
X
X
Ultra for Flow
X
–
–
Classic
X
X
X
Rosemount 300S Scalable Housing Kits
Kits are available for all models of 3051S pressure transmitters.
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SERVICE SUPPORT
Rosemount 3051S Series
To expedite the return process outside of the United States, contact the
nearest Emerson Process Management representative.
Within the United States, call the Emerson Process Management Instrument
and Valves Response Center using the 1-800-654-RSMT (7768) toll-free
number. This center, available 24 hours a day, will assist you with any needed
information or materials.
The center will ask for product model and serial numbers, and will provide a
Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. The center will also ask for the
process material to which the product was last exposed.
Individuals who handle products exposed to a hazardous substance can avoid injury if they
are informed of and understand the hazard. If the product being returned was exposed to a
hazardous substance as defined by OSHA, a copy of the required Material Safety Data Sheet
(MSDS) for each hazardous substance identified must be included with the returned goods.
Emerson Process Management Instrument and Valves Response Center
representatives will explain the additional information and procedures
necessary to return goods exposed to hazardous substances.
PRODUCT
RECYCLING/DISPOSAL
Recycling of equipment and packaging should be taken into consideration
and disposed of in accordance with local and national legislation/regulations.
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Installation
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-1
Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-2
Installation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-5
Installing the LCD Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-21
Rosemount 305, 306 and 304 Manifolds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2-22
OVERVIEW
The information in this section covers installation considerations for HART
protocol. A Quick Installation Guide for HART protocol (document number
00825-0100-4801) is shipped with every transmitter to describe basic
installation, wiring, and startup procedures. Dimensional drawings for each
Rosemount 3051S variation and mounting configuration are included in
Appendix A: Specifications and Reference Data.
Instructions for performing configuration functions are given for Field
Communicator version 3.3 and AMS version 7.0, with the exception of
Section 7 Advanced HART Diagnostics. For convenience, Field
Communicator fast key sequences are labeled “Fast Keys” for each software
function below the appropriate headings.
SAFETY MESSAGES
Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to
ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operation. Information that
raises potential safety issues is indicated with a warning symbol (
). Refer
to the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by
this symbol.
Warnings
Explosions can result in death or serious injury.
•
Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive environments when the
circuit is live.
•
Fully engage both transmitter covers to meet explosion-proof requirements.
•
Before connecting a communicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the
instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or
non-incendive field wiring practices.
•
Verify that the operating atmosphere of the transmitter is consistent with the
appropriate hazardous locations certifications.
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Electrical shock can result in death or serious injury.
•
Avoid contact with the leads and terminals.
Process leaks could result in death or serious injury.
•
Install and tighten all four flange bolts before applying pressure.
•
Do not attempt to loosen or remove flange bolts while the transmitter is
in service.
Replacement equipment or spare parts not approved by Rosemount Inc. for use
as spare parts could reduce the pressure retaining capabilities of the transmitter
and may render the instrument dangerous.
•
Use only bolts supplied or sold by Rosemount Inc. as spare parts.
Improper assembly of manifolds to traditional flange can damage SuperModule™
Platform.
•
For safe assembly of manifold to traditional flange, bolts must break back
plane of flange web (i.e., bolt hole) but must not contact module housing.
SuperModule and electronics housing must have equivalent approval labeling in
order to maintain hazardous location approvals.
•
When upgrading, verify SuperModule and electronics housing certifications are
equivalent. Differences in temperature class ratings may exist, in which case
the complete assembly takes the lowest of the individual component
temperature classes (for example, a T4/T5 rated electronics housing
assembled to a T4 rated SuperModule is a T4 rated transmitter.)
CONSIDERATIONS
General
Measurement performance depends upon proper installation of the
transmitter and impulse piping. Mount the transmitter close to the process and
use minimum piping to achieve best performance. Also, consider the need for
easy access, personnel safety, practical field calibration, and a suitable
transmitter environment. Install the transmitter to minimize vibration, shock,
and temperature fluctuation.
IMPORTANT
Install the enclosed pipe plug (found in the box) in the unused conduit
opening. For straight threads, a minimum of 6 threads must be engaged. For
tapered threads, install the plug wrench-tight.
For material compatibility considerations, see document number
00816-0100-3045 on www.rosemount.com.
Mechanical
Steam Service
For steam service or for applications with process temperatures greater than
the limits of the transmitter, do not blow down impulse piping through the
transmitter. Flush lines with the blocking valves closed and refill lines with
water before resuming measurement.
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Side Mounting
When the transmitter is mounted on its side, position the Coplanar flange to
ensure proper venting or draining. Mount the flange as shown in Figure 2-3 on
page 2-11, keeping drain/vent connections on the bottom for gas service and
on the top for liquid service.
Draft Range
Installation
For the 3051S_CD0 draft range pressure transmitter, it is best to mount the
transmitter with the isolators parallel to the ground. Installing the transmitter in
this way reduces oil mounting effect and provides for optimal temperature
performance.
Be sure the transmitter is securely mounted. Tilting of the transmitter may
cause a zero shift in the transmitter output.
Reducing Process Noise
There are two recommended methods of reducing process noise: output
damping and, in gage applications, reference side filtering.
Output Damping
The output damping is factory set to 3.2 seconds as a default. If the
transmitter output is still noisy, increase the damping time. If faster response
is needed, decrease the damping time. Damping adjustment information is
available on Damping on page 3-11.
Reference Side Filtering
In gage applications it is important to minimize fluctuations in atmospheric
pressure to which the low side isolator is exposed. One method of reducing
fluctuations in atmospheric pressure is to attach a length of tubing to the
reference side of the transmitter to act as a pressure buffer.
Another method is to plumb the reference side to a chamber that has a small
vent to atmosphere. If multiple draft transmitters are being used in an
application, the reference side of each device can be plumbed to a chamber
to achieve a common gage reference.
Environmental
Access requirements and cover installation on page 2-5 can help optimize
transmitter performance. Mount the transmitter to minimize ambient
temperature changes, vibration, mechanical shock, and to avoid external
contact with corrosive materials. Appendix A: Specifications and Reference
Data lists temperature operating limits.
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Figure 2-1. HART Installation
Flowchart
START HERE
Bench
Calibration?
No
Field Install
Yes
Configure
(Section 3 )
Set Units
Configure
Security and
Alarm
(page 2-13)
Verify
Mount
Transmitter
(page 2-6)
Review
Transmitter
Configuration
(page 3-4)
Wire Transmitter
(pages 2-16–2-21)
Set Range
Points
Apply Pressure
Power
Transmitter
(page 2-17)
Set Output
Type
Within
Specifications
?
Set Damping
Yes
Check Process
Connection
(page 2-11)
No
Refer to
Section 4
Operation and
Maintenance
Confirm
Transmitter
Configuration
(page 3-7)
Trim Transmitter
for Mounting
Effects
(page 4-5)
Done
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INSTALLATION
PROCEDURES
Rosemount 3051S Series
For dimensional drawing information refer to Appendix A: Specifications and
Reference Data on page A-16.
Process Flange Orientation
Mount the process flanges with sufficient clearance for process connections.
For safety reasons, place the drain/vent valves so the process fluid is directed
away from possible human contact when the vents are used. In addition,
consider the need for a testing or calibration input.
Housing Rotation
See “Consider Housing Rotation” on page 2-12.
Terminal Side of Electronics Housing
Mount the transmitter so the terminal side is accessible. Clearance of 0.75 in.
(19 mm) is required for cover removal. Use a conduit plug in the unused
conduit opening.
Circuit Side of Electronics Housing
Provide 0.75 in. (19 mm) of clearance for units without an LCD display. Three
inches of clearance is required for cover removal if a meter is installed.
Cover Installation
Always ensure a proper seal by installing the electronics housing cover(s) so
that metal contacts metal. Use Rosemount O-rings.
Conduit Entry Threads
For NEMA 4X, IP66, and IP68 requirements, use thread seal (PTFE) tape or
paste on male threads to provide a watertight seal.
Cover Jam Screw
For transmitter housings shipped with a cover jam screw, as shown in
Figure 2-2, the screw should be properly installed once the transmitter has
been wired and powered up. The cover jam screw is intended to disallow the
removal of the transmitter cover in flameproof environments without the use of
tooling. Follow these steps to install the cover jam screw:
1. Verify that the cover jam screw is completely threaded into the housing.
2. Install the transmitter housing cover and verify that the cover is tight
against the housing.
3. Using an M4 hex wrench, loosen the jam screw until it contacts the
transmitter cover.
4. Turn the jam screw an additional 1/2 turn counterclockwise to secure the
cover. (Note: Application of excessive torque may strip the threads.)
5. Verify that the cover cannot be removed.
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Figure 2-2. Cover Jam Screw
PlantWeb® Housing
Junction Box Housing
Cover Jam
Screw
2X Cover Jam Screw
(1 per side)
Mount the Transmitter
Mounting Brackets
Facilitate mounting transmitter to a 2-in. pipe, or to a panel. The B4 Bracket
(SST) option is standard for use with the Coplanar and In-Line process
connections. “Coplanar Flange Mounting Configurations” on page A-18
shows bracket dimensions and mounting configurations for the B4 option.
Options B1–B3 and B7–B9 are sturdy, epoxy/polyester-painted brackets
designed for use with the traditional flange. The B1–B3 brackets have carbon
steel bolts, while the B7–B9 brackets have stainless steel bolts. The BA and
BC brackets and bolts are stainless steel. The B1/B7/BA and B3/B9/BC style
brackets support 2-inch pipe-mount installations, and the B2/B8 style brackets
support panel mounting.
NOTE
Verify transmitter zero point after installation. To reset zero point, refer to
“Sensor Trim Overview” on page 4-5.
Flange Bolts
The 3051S can be shipped with a Coplanar flange or a Traditional flange
installed with four 1.75-inch flange bolts. Mounting bolts and bolting
configurations for the Coplanar and Traditional flanges can be found on
page 2-8. Stainless steel bolts supplied by Emerson Process Management
are coated with a lubricant to ease installation. Carbon steel bolts do not
require lubrication. No additional lubricant should be applied when installing
either type of bolt. Bolts supplied by Emerson Process Management are
identified by their head markings:
B7M
Carbon Steel (CS) Head Markings
316
B8M
660
CL A
KM
Alloy K-500 Head Marking
Stainless Steel (SST) Head Markings
2-6
F593_*
* The last digit in the F593_ head marking
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Bolt Installation
Only use bolts supplied with the Rosemount 3051S or sold by Emerson
Process Management as spare parts. When installing the transmitter to
one of the optional mounting brackets, torque the bolts to 125 in-lb.
(0,9 N-m). Use the following bolt installation procedure:
1. Finger-tighten the bolts.
2. Torque the bolts to the initial torque value using a crossing pattern.
3. Torque the bolts to the final torque value using the same
crossing pattern.
Torque values for the flange and manifold adapter bolts are as follows:
Table 2-1. Bolt Installation
Torque Values
Bolt Material
Initial Torque Value
Final Torque Value
CS-ASTM-A449 Standard
316 SST—Option L4
ASTM-A-193-B7M—Option L5
Alloy K-500 —Option L6
ASTM-A-453-660—Option L7
ASTM-A-193-B8M—Option L8
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
150 in.-lb (17 N-m)
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
150 in.-lb (17 N-m)
150 in.-lb (17 N-m)
650 in.-lb (73 N-m)
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
650 in.-lb (73 N-m)
650 in.-lb (73 N-m)
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
300 in.-lb (34 N-m)
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GAGE/ABSOLUTE TRANSMITTER
DIFFERENTIAL TRANSMITTER
Drain/Vent
Plug
Drain/Vent
Drain/Vent
1.75 (44) x 4
1.75 (44) x 4
1.50 (38) x 4
1.50 (38) x 2
NOTE
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters).
Transmitter with
Flange Adapters
and Flange/ Adapter Bolts
Transmitter with
Flange Bolts
1.75 (44) x 4
2.88 (73) x 4
Description
Differential Pressure
Flange Bolts
Adapter Bolts
Flange/ Adapter Bolts
Gage/Absolute Pressure(2)
Flange Bolts
Adapter Bolts
Flange/ Adapter Bolts
Qty
Size in in. (mm)
4
4
4
1.75 (44)
1.50 (38)(1)
2.88 (73)
4
2
2
1.75 (44)
1.50 (38)(1)
2.88(73)
(1) DIN-compliant traditional flange requires 1.75 in. (44 mm) length adapter bolts.
(2) Rosemount 3051S In-line transmitters are direct mount and do not require bolts
for process connection.
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Impulse Piping
The piping between the process and the transmitter must accurately transfer
the pressure to obtain accurate measurements. There are five possible
sources of error: pressure transfer, leaks, friction loss (particularly if purging is
used), trapped gas in a liquid line, liquid in a gas line, density variations
between the legs, and plugged impulse piping.
The best location for the transmitter in relation to the process pipe depends on
the process itself. Use the following guidelines to determine transmitter
location and placement of impulse piping:
•
Keep impulse piping as short as possible.
•
For liquid service, slope the impulse piping at least 1 inch per foot
(8 cm per m) upward from the transmitter toward the
process connection.
•
For gas service, slope the impulse piping at least 1 inch per foot (8 cm
per m) downward from the transmitter toward the process connection.
•
Avoid high points in liquid lines and low points in gas lines.
•
Make sure both impulse legs are the same temperature.
•
Use impulse piping large enough to avoid friction effects and blockage.
•
Vent all gas from liquid piping legs.
•
When using a sealing fluid, fill both piping legs to the same level.
•
When purging, make the purge connection close to the process taps
and purge through equal lengths of the same size pipe. Avoid purging
through the transmitter.
•
Keep corrosive or hot (above 250 °F [121 °C]) process material out of
direct contact with the SuperModule and flanges.
•
Prevent sediment deposits in the impulse piping.
•
Keep the liquid head balanced on both legs of the impulse piping.
•
Avoid conditions that might allow process fluid to freeze within the
process flange.
Optional Advanced HART Diagnostics Electronics
Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM) provides statistical data (standard
deviation, mean, coefficient of variation) that can be used to detect process
and process equipment anomalies, including plugged impulse lines, air
entrainment, pump cavitation, furnace flame instability, distillation column
flooding and more. This diagnostic allows you to take preventative measures
before abnormal process situations result in unscheduled downtime or
rework.
Power Advisory diagnostic proactively detects and notifies you of degraded
electrical loop integrity before it can affect your process operation. Example
loop problems that can be detected include water in the terminal
compartment, corrosion of terminals, improper grounding, and unstable power
supplies.
The enhanced EDDL Device Dashboard presents the diagnostics in a
graphical, task-based interface that provides single click access to critical
process/device information and descriptive graphical troubleshooting.
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Suite includes: Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM), Power Advisory, Status
Log, Variable Log, Advanced Process Alerts, Service Alerts, and Time Stamp
capability.
The Advanced HART Diagnostics Electronics can be ordered using option
code DA2 in the transmitter model number or as a spare part (p/n
03151-9071-0001) to retrofit existing 3051S transmitters in the field. See
Section 7 Advanced HART Diagnostics of this manual for more information.
NOTE
Option code DA2 or spare part (p/n 03151-9071-000X) are limited to a T4
temperature rating.
Mounting Requirements
Impulse piping configurations depend on specific measurement conditions.
Refer to Figure 2-3 for examples of the following mounting configurations:
Liquid Flow Measurement
•
Place taps to the side of the line to prevent sediment deposits on the
process isolators.
•
Mount the transmitter beside or below the taps so gases vent into the
process line.
•
Mount drain/vent valve upward to allow gases to vent.
Gas Flow Measurement
•
Place taps in the top or side of the line.
•
Mount the transmitter beside or above the taps so to drain liquid into
the process line.
Steam Flow Measurement
•
Place taps to the side of the line.
•
Mount the transmitter below the taps to ensure that impulse piping will
remain filled with condensate.
•
In steam service above 250 °F (121 °C), fill impulse lines with water to
prevent steam from contacting the transmitter directly and to ensure
accurate measurement start-up.
NOTE
For steam or other elevated temperature services, it is important that
temperatures at the process connection do not exceed the transmitter’s
process temperature limits. See “Process Temperature Limits” on page A-11
for details.
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Figure 2-3. Coplanar Installation
Examples
Rosemount 3051S Series
LIQUID SERVICE
GAS SERVICE
STEAM SERVICE
FLOW
Figure 2-4. In-Line Installation
Examples
Process Connections
LIQUID
SERVICE
GAS SERVICE
STEAM SERVICE
3051S transmitter flange process connection size is 1/4–18 NPT. Flange
adapters with 1/2–14 NPT connections are available as the D2 option. Use
your plant-approved lubricant or sealant when making the process
connections. The process connections on the transmitter flange are on
21/8-inch (54 mm) centers to allow direct mounting to a three-valve or
five-valve manifold. Rotate one or both of the flange adapters to attain
connection centers of 2-in. (51 mm), 21/8-in. (54 mm), or 21/4-in. (57 mm).
Install and tighten all four flange bolts before applying pressure to avoid
leakage. When properly installed, the flange bolts will protrude through the top
of the SuperModule housing. Do not attempt to loosen or remove the flange
bolts while the transmitter is in service.
To install adapters to a Coplanar flange, perform the following procedure:
1. Remove the flange bolts.
2. Leaving the flange in place, move the adapters into position with the
O-ring installed.
3. Clamp the adapters and the Coplanar flange to the transmitter module
using the longer of the bolts supplied.
4. Tighten the bolts. Refer to Table 2-1 on page 2-7 for torque
specifications.
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Figure 2-5. O-Rings.
Failure to install proper flange adapter O-rings may cause process leaks, which can result in
death or serious injury. The two flange adapters are distinguished by unique O-ring grooves.
Only use the O-ring that is designed for its specific flange adapter, as shown below.
Rosemount 3051S / 3051 / 2051 / 3095
Flange Adapter
O-ring
PTFE Based
Elastomer
Rosemount 1151
Flange Adapter
O-ring
PTFE
Elastomer
Whenever you remove flanges or adapters, visually inspect the PTFE
O-rings. Replace them if there are any signs of damage, such as nicks or
cuts. If you replace the O-rings, re-torque the flange bolts after installation to
compensate for cold flow. Refer to the process sensor body reassembly
procedure in Section 5 Troubleshooting on page 5-6.
Consider Housing
Rotation
The housing can be rotated to improve field access to wiring or to better view
the optional LCD display. Perform the following procedure:
Figure 2-6. Housings
PlantWeb® Housing
Junction Box Housing
Housing Rotation
Set Screw
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1. Loosen the housing rotation set screw.
2. Turn the housing up to 180° to the left or right of its original (as shipped)
position.
NOTE
Do not rotate the housing more than 180 degrees without first performing a
disassembly procedure (see “Remove Interface Assembly” on page 5-4).
Over-rotation may sever the electrical connection between the sensor module
and the feature board.
3. Retighten the housing rotation set screw.
In addition to housing rotation, the optional LCD display can be rotated in
90-degree increments by squeezing the two tabs, pulling out, rotating and
snapping back into place.
NOTE
If LCD pins are inadvertently removed from the interface board, carefully
re-insert the pins before snapping the LCD display back into place.
Configure Security and
Alarm
NOTE
If alarm and security adjustments are not installed, the transmitter will operate
normally with the default alarm condition alarm high and the security off.
Configure Security (Write Protect)
Changes can be prevented to the transmitter configuration data with the write
protection PlantWeb housing switches and Junction Box housing jumpers.
Security is controlled by the security (write protect) switch/jumper located on
the interface assembly or terminal block. Position the switch/jumper in the
“ON” position to prevent accidental or deliberate change of configuration data.
If the transmitter write protection switch/jumper is in the “ON” position, the
transmitter will not accept any “writes” to its memory. Configuration changes,
such as digital trim and reranging, cannot take place when the transmitter
security is on.
To reposition the switches/jumpers, follow the procedure described
below.
1. Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive atmospheres when
the circuit is live. If the transmitter is live, set the loop to manual and
remove power.
2. Remove the electronics compartment cover, opposite the field terminal
side on the PlantWeb housing or the terminal block cover on the Junction
Box housing. Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive
atmospheres when the circuit is live.
3. Follow the procedure in Figure 2-7 on page 2-14 to reposition the
switches/jumpers as desired for the specific housing compartment.
4. Re-install the transmitter cover. Transmitter covers must be fully
engaged to meet explosion-proof requirements.
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Figure 2-7. Switch and jumper
configuration (option D1)
PlantWeb Housing
Switches
Security
Alarm
Slide the security and alarm
switches into the preferred position
by using a small screwdriver.
Junction Box Housing
Jumpers
Security
Alarm
Pull the pins out and rotate 90° into
desired position to set the security
and alarm.
(An LCD display or an adjustment
module must be in place to activate
the switches.)
Field Communicator
Fast Keys
1, 3, 4, 5
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 7
Usage Note
The Field Communicator can be used to configure the security on and off.
Otherwise, if the transmitter contains the D1 option, the switch/jumper will
override software write protect. To disable the zero and span buttons (local
keys), for transmitters with the D1 option, follow the “Local Keys Control”
on page 2-14.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Device Configuration”, then “Config Write
Protect” from the menu.
1. Enter write protect setting, click Next.
2. Click Next to acknowledge setting has changed. If hardware adjustments
are activated, click Next to acknowledge the “Switch option detected,
function disabled, write protect unchanged” screen. If the hardware
adjustments are activated, the write protect will not configure.
3. Click Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Local Keys Control
Local Keys control can be configured to enable or disable the use of the local
zero and span buttons.
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Field Communicator
Fast Keys
1, 4, 4, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 7
1. Enter the fast key sequence “Local Keys Control” to bring up the “Field
device info” screen.
2. Scroll down to Local Keys on the menu and use the right arrow key to
configure Enable or Disable.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “Device” tab, use the “Local keys” drop down menu to select
Enable or Disable and click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
Configure Alarm Direction
The transmitter alarm direction is set by repositioning the PlantWeb housing
switch or Junction Box housing jumper. Position the switch/ jumper in the HI
position for fail high and in the LO position for fail low. See “Failure Mode
Alarm and Saturation” on page 3-12 for more information.
Field Communicator
Fast Keys
1, 4, 2, 7, 6
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 7, 1
Usage Note
The Field Communicator can be used to configure the alarm direction to
High (HI) or Low (LO). Otherwise, if the transmitter contains the D1 option,
the switch/jumper on the transmitter will override the Field Communicator.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Device Configuration,” then
“Alarm/Saturation Levels,” then “Alarm Direction” from the menu.
1. Enter desired alarm direction, click Next.
2. Click Next to acknowledge setting has changed. If hardware adjustments
are activated, click Next to acknowledge the “Switch option detected,
function disabled, alarm direction unchanged” screen. If the hardware
adjustments are activated, the write protect will not configure.
3. Click Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
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Connect Wiring and
Power Up
Figure 2-8. HART Terminal
Blocks
Use twisted pairs to yield best results. To ensure proper communication, use
24 AWG to 14 AWG wire, and do not exceed 5000 feet
(1 500 meters).
PlantWeb
Junction Box
To make connections, perform the following procedure:
1. Remove the housing cover on terminal compartment side. Do not
remove the cover in explosive atmospheres when the circuit is live.
Signal wiring supplies all power to the transmitter.
2. Connect the positive lead to the terminal marked (+) and the negative
lead to the terminal marked (pwr/comm –). Avoid contact with leads and
terminals. Do not connect powered signal wiring to the test terminals.
Power could damage the test diode.
3. Plug and seal the unused conduit connection on the transmitter housing
to avoid moisture accumulation in the terminal side. Install wiring with a
drip loop. Arrange the drip loop so the bottom is lower than the conduit
connections and the transmitter housing.
Surges/Transients
The transmitter will withstand electrical transients of the energy level
usually encountered in static discharges or induced switching transients.
However, high-energy transients, such as those induced in wiring from
nearby lightning strikes, can damage the transmitter.
Optional Transient Protection Terminal Block
The transient protection terminal block can be ordered as an installed
option (Option Code T1 in the transmitter model number) or as a spare
part to retrofit existing 3051S transmitters in the field. For a complete
listing of spare part numbers for transient protection terminal blocks, refer
to page A-38. A lightning bolt symbol on a terminal block identifies it as
having transient protection.
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Signal Wiring Grounding
Do not run signal wiring in conduit or open trays with power wiring, or near
heavy electrical equipment. Grounding terminations are provided on the
sensor module and inside the Terminal Compartment. These grounds are
used when transient protect terminal blocks are installed or to fulfill local
regulations. See Step 2 below for more information on how the cable shield
should be grounded.
1. Remove the Field Terminals housing cover.
2. Connect the wiring pair and ground as indicated in Figure 2-9.
a. The terminals are not polarity sensitive.
b. The cable shield should:
•
Be trimmed close and insulated from touching the transmitter
housing.
•
Continuously connect to the termination point.
•
Be connected to a good earth ground at the power supply end.
Figure 2-9. Wiring
Minimize
Distance
Trim shield and
insulate
Ground for
Transient
Protection
DP
Insulate
Shield
Minimize
Distance
Connect Shield Back to the
Power Supply Ground
3. Replace the housing cover. It is recommended that the cover be
tightened until there is no gap between the cover and the housing.
4. Plug and seal unused conduit connections.
Power Supply 4–20 mA Transmitters
The dc power supply should provide power with less than two percent ripple.
Total resistance load is the sum of resistance from signal leads and the load
resistance of the controller, indicator, and related pieces. Note that the
resistance of intrinsic safety barriers, if used, must be included.
See “Load Limitations” on page A-7.
NOTE
A minimum loop resistance of 250 ohms is required to communicate with a
Field Communicator. If a single power supply is used to power more than one
3051S transmitter, the power supply used, and circuitry common to the
transmitters, should not have more than 20 ohms of impedance at 1200 Hz.
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Electrical Considerations
Proper electrical installation is necessary to prevent errors due to improper
grounding and electrical noise. For Junction Box housing, shielded signal
wiring should be used in high EMI/RFI environments.
Remote Display Wiring
and Power Up
The Remote Mount Display and Interface system consists of a local
transmitter and a remote mount LCD display assembly. The local 3051S
transmitter assembly includes a Junction Box housing with a three position
terminal block integrally mounted to a SuperModule. The remote mount LCD
display assembly consists of a dual compartment PlantWeb housing with a
seven position terminal block. See Figure 2-10 on page 2-19 for complete
wiring instructions. The following is a list of necessary information specific to
the Remote Mount Display system:
•
Each terminal block is unique for the remote display system.
•
A 316 SST housing adapter is permanently secured to the remote
mount LCD display PlantWeb housing providing an external ground
and a means for field mounting with the provided mounting bracket.
•
A cable is required for wiring between the transmitter and remote
mount LCD display. The cable length is limited to 100-ft.
•
50-ft. (option M8) or 100-ft. (option M9) cable is provided for wiring
between the transmitter and remote mount LCD display. Option M7
does not include cable; see recommended specifications below:
Cable type: Recommend Madison AWM Style 2549 cable. Other comparable
cable may be used as long as it has independent dual twisted shielded pair
wires with an outer shield. The Power wires must be 22 AWG minimum and
the CAN communication wires must be 24 AWG minimum.
Cable length: Up to 100-ft. (31 m) depending upon cable capacitance.
Cable capacitance: The capacitance as wired must be less than 5000
picofarads total. This allows up to 50 picofarads per ft. (0.3 m) for a 100-ft. (31
m) cable.
Intrinsic Safety Consideration: The transmitter assembly with remote
display has been approved with Madison AWM Style 2549 cable. Alternate
cable may be used as long as the transmitter with remote display and cable is
configured according to the installation control drawing or certificate. Refer to
appropriate approval certificate or control drawing in Appendix B for remote
cable IS requirements.
IMPORTANT
Do not apply power to the remote communications terminal. Follow wiring
instructions carefully to prevent damage to system components.
IMPORTANT
For ambient temperatures above 140 °F (60 °C), cable wiring must be rated at
least 9 °F (5 °C) above the maximum ambient temperature.
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Figure 2-10. Remote Mount
Display wiring diagram
Rosemount 3051S Series
Junction Box Housing
Remote Mount Display
(white) 24 AWG
(blue) 24 AWG
(black) 22 AWG
(red) 22 AWG
4-20 mA
NOTE
Wire colors provided above are per Madison AWM Style 2549 cable. Wire
color may vary depending on cable selected.
Madison AWM Style 2549 cable includes a ground shield. This shield must be
connected to earth ground at either the SuperModule or the Remote Display,
but not both.
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Quick Connect Wiring
As standard, the 3051S Quick Connect arrives properly assembled to the
SuperModule and is ready for installation. Cordsets and Field Wireable
Connectors (in shaded area) are sold separately.
Figure 2-11. Rosemount 3051S
Quick Connect Exploded View
Right Angle Field Wireable Connector(2)(3)
Straight Field
Wireable
Connector(1)(3)
Cordset(4)
Cordset / Field Wireable Coupling Nut
Quick Connect Housing
Quick Connect Coupling Nut
(1) Order part number 03151-9063-0001.
(2) Order part number 03151-9063-0002.
(3) Field wiring supplied by customer.
(4) Supplied by cordset vendor.
IMPORTANT
If Quick Connect is ordered as a 300S spare housing or is removed from the
SuperModule, follow the instructions below for proper assembly prior to field
wiring.
1. Place the Quick Connect onto the SuperModule. To ensure proper pin
alignment, remove coupling nut prior to installing quick connect onto
SuperModule.
2. Place coupling nut over quick connect and wrench tighten to a maximum
of 300 in-lb. (34 N-m).
3. Tighten the set screw using a 3/32-in hex wrench.
4. Install Cordset/ Field Wireable Connectors onto the Quick Connect.
Do not over tighten.
Figure 2-12. Quick Connect
Housing Pin-Out
For other wiring details, refer
to pin-out drawing and the
cordset manufacturer’s
installation instructions.
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Conduit Electrical
Connector Wiring
(Option GE or GM)
Rosemount 3051S Series
For 3051S transmitters with conduit electrical connectors GE or GM, refer to
the cordset manufacturer’s installation instructions for wiring details. For FM
Intrinsically Safe, non-incendive or FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe hazardous
locations, install in accordance with Rosemount drawing 03151-1009 to
maintain outdoor rating (NEMA 4X and IP66.) See Appendix B, page B-20.
Reassembly of Conduit Receptacles
If the conduit receptacle is removed or replaced, follow the instructions below
to re-wire the GE or GM conduit receptacle to the terminal block:
1. Connect the green/yellow lead wire to the internal ground screw.
2. Connect the brown lead wire to the terminal marked (+).
3. Connect the blue lead wire to the terminal marked (pwr/comm - ).
Grounding
Transmitter Case
Always ground the transmitter case in accordance with national and local
electrical codes. The most effective transmitter case grounding method is a
direct connection to earth ground with minimal impedance. Methods for
grounding the transmitter case include:
•
Internal Ground Connection: The Internal Ground Connection screw
is inside the terminal side of the electronics housing. The screw is
identified by a ground symbol ( ), and is standard on all 3051S
transmitters.
•
External Ground Assembly: This assembly is included with the
optional transient protection terminal block (Option Code T1), and it is
included with ATEX Flameproof Certification (Option Code E1), ATEX
Intrinsically Safe Certification (Option Code I1), and ATEX Type n
Certification (Option Code N1). The External Ground Assembly can
also be ordered with the transmitter (Option Code D4), or as a spare
part (03151-9060-0001).
NOTE
Grounding the transmitter case using the threaded conduit connection may
not provide a sufficient ground. The transient protection terminal block (Option
Code T1) will not provide transient protection unless the transmitter case is
properly grounded. Use the above guidelines to ground the transmitter case.
Do not run transient protection ground wire with signal wiring; the ground wire
may carry excessive current if a lightning strike occurs.
INSTALLING THE
LCD DISPLAY
Transmitters ordered with the LCD display will be shipped with the display
installed. The LCD display requires a PlantWeb housing. Installing the display
on an existing 3051S transmitter requires a small instrument screwdriver and
the display kit.
In addition to housing rotation, the optional LCD display can be rotated in
90-degree increments by squeezing the two tabs, pulling out, rotating and
snapping back into place.
If LCD pins are inadvertently removed from the interface board, carefully
re-insert the pins before snapping the LCD display back into place.
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Use the following procedure and Figure 2-13 to install the LCD display:
1. IF the transmitter is installed in a loop, THEN secure the loop and
disconnect power.
2. Remove the transmitter cover opposite the field terminal side. Do not
remove the instrument covers in explosive environments when the circuit
is live.
3. Remove Hardware Adjustment Module if installed. Engage the four-pin
connector into the LCD display and snap into place.
4. Install the meter cover and tighten to insure metal to metal contact.
Figure 2-13. Optional LCD
Display
LCD Display
Meter
Cover
ROSEMOUNT 305, 306
AND 304 MANIFOLDS
The Rosemount 305 is available in two designs: Traditional and Coplanar.
The traditional 305 Integral Manifold can be mounted to most primary
elements with mounting adapters in the market today. The Rosemount 306
In-Line Manifold is used with In-line transmitters to provide block-and-bleed
valve capabilities of up to 10000 psi (690 bar). The Rosemount 304 comes in
two basic styles: traditional (flange x flange and flange x pipe) and wafer. The
304 traditional manifold comes in 2, 3, and 5-valve configurations. The 304
wafer manifold comes in 3 and 5 valve configurations.
Figure 2-14. Integral Manifold
Designs
CONVENTIONAL
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COPLANAR
TRADITIONAL
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Procedure
Rosemount 3051S Series
To install a 305 Integral Manifold to a 3051S transmitter:
1. Inspect the PTFE SuperModule O-rings. If the O-rings are undamaged,
reusing them is recommended. If the O-rings are damaged (if they have
nicks or cuts, for example), replace them with new O-rings.
IMPORTANT
If replacing the O-rings, be careful not to scratch or deface the O-ring grooves
or the surface of the isolating diaphragm when removing the damaged
O-rings.
2. Install the Integral Manifold on the SuperModule. Use the four manifold
bolts for alignment. Finger tighten the bolts, then tighten the bolts
incrementally in a cross pattern to final torque value. See “Flange Bolts”
on page 2-6 for complete bolt installation information and torque values.
When fully tightened, the bolts should extend through the top of the
module housing.
3. If the PTFE SuperModule O-rings have been replaced, the flange bolts
should be re-tightened after installation to compensate for cold flow of
the O-rings.
4. If applicable, install flange adapters on the process end of the manifold
using the 1.75-in. flange bolts supplied with the transmitter.
NOTE
Always perform a zero trim on the transmitter/manifold assembly after
installation to eliminate mounting effects. See “Zero Trim” on page 4-6.
Rosemount 306 In-Line
Manifold Installation
Procedure
The 306 Manifold is for use only with a 3051S In-line transmitter.
Assemble the 306 Manifold to the 3051S In-line transmitter with a
thread sealant.
1. Place transmitter into holding fixture.
2. Apply appropriate thread paste or tape to threaded instrument end of the
manifold.
3. Count total threads on the manifold before starting assembly.
4. Start turning the manifold by hand into the process connection on the
transmitter.
NOTE
If using thread tape, be sure the thread tape does not strip when the manifold
assembly is started.
5. Wrench tighten manifold into process connection.
Note: Minimum torque value is 425 in-lbs.
6. Count how many threads are still showing.
Note: Minimum engagement is three revolutions.
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7. Subtract the number of threads showing (after tightening) from the total
threads to calculate the revolutions engaged. Further tighten until a
minimum of 3 rotations is achieved.
8. For block and bleed manifold, verify the bleed screw is installed and
tightened. For two-valve manifold, verify the vent plug is installed and
tightened.
9. Leak-check assembly to maximum pressure range of transmitter.
Rosemount 304
Conventional Manifold
Installation Procedure
To install a 304 Conventional Manifold to a 3051S transmitter:
1. Align the Conventional Manifold with the transmitter flange. Use the four
manifold bolts for alignment.
2. Finger tighten the bolts, then tighten the bolts incrementally in a cross
pattern to final torque value. See “Flange Bolts” on page 2-6 for complete
bolt installation information and torque values. When fully tightened, the
bolts should extend through the top of the module housing plane of
flange web (i.e. bolt hole) but must not contact module housing.
3. If applicable, install flange adapters on the process end of the manifold
using the 1.75-in. flange bolts supplied with the transmitter.
Rosemount 305 and 304
Manifold Styles
The Rosemount 305 Integral Manifold is available in two styles: Coplanar and
Traditional. The traditional 305 Integral Manifold can be mounted to most
primary elements with mounting adapters.
Figure 2-15. Rosemount 305
Manifold Styles
305 INTEGRAL
COPLANAR
305 INTEGRAL
TRADITIONAL
The Rosemount 304 comes in two basic styles: Traditional (flange x flange
and flange x pipe) and Wafer. The 304 traditional manifold comes in two,
three, and five-valve configurations. The 304 wafer manifold comes in three
and five-valve configurations.
Figure 2-16. Rosemount 304
Manifold Styles
304 TRADITIONAL
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Rosemount 3051S Series
Improper installation or operation of manifolds may result in process leaks,
which may cause death or serious injury.
Always perform a zero trim on the transmitter/manifold assembly after
installation to eliminate any shift due to mounting effects. See Section 4
Operation and Maintenance, “Sensor Trim Overview” on page 4-5.
Three and five-valve configurations shown:
In normal operation the two block valves between the
process and instrument ports will be open and the
equalizing valve will be closed.
L
H
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(open)
Process
1. To zero the 3051S, close the block valve to the low
pressure (downstream) side of the transmitter first.
L
H
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(closed)
Process
2. Open the center (equalize) valve to equalize the
pressure on both sides of the transmitter. The
manifold valves are now in the proper
configuration for zeroing the transmitter.
L
H
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Equalize
(open)
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Isolate
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Process
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3. After zeroing the transmitter, close the equalizing
valve.
L
H
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Process
4. Open the block valve on the low pressure side of
the transmitter to return the transmitter to service.
L
H
Drain/
Vent
Valve
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(open)
Process
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Five-valve Natural Gas configurations shown:
In normal operation, the two block valves between the
process and instrument ports will be open, and the
equalizing valves will be closed.
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(closed)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(open)
Process
1. To zero the 3051S, first close the block valve on
the low pressure (downstream) side of the
transmitter.
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(closed)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(closed)
Process
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
NOTE
Do not open the low side equalize valve before the high side equalize valve. Doing so will overpressure the
transmitter.
2. Open the equalize valve on the high pressure
(upstream) side of the transmitter.
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(open)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Process
Isolate
(closed)
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
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3. Open the equalize valve on the low pressure
(downstream) side of the transmitter. The manifold
is now in the proper configuration for zeroing the
transmitter.
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(open)
Equalize
(open)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(closed)
Process
4. After zeroing the transmitter, close the equalize
valve on the low pressure (downstream) side of
the transmitter.
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(open)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(closed)
Process
5. Close the equalize valve on the high pressure
(upstream) side.
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(closed)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Isolate
(closed)
Process
6. Finally, to return the transmitter to service, open
the low side isolation valve.
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
L
H
Test
(Plugged)
Test
(Plugged)
Equalize
(closed)
Equalize
(closed)
Isolate
(open)
Process
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(open)
Drain Vent
(closed)
Process
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Section 3
Rosemount 3051S Series
Configuration
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-1
Commissioning on the Bench with HART . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-2
Review Configuration Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-4
Field Communicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-5
Check Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-12
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-13
LCD Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-17
Detailed Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-18
Diagnostics and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-25
Advanced Functions for HART Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-27
Multidrop Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-30
OVERVIEW
This section contains information on commissioning and tasks that should be
performed on the bench prior to installation.
Instructions for performing configuration functions are given for Field
Communicator version 3.3 and AMS version 7.0. For convenience, Field
Communicator fast key sequences are labeled “Fast Keys” for each software
function below the appropriate headings.
Example Software Function
SAFETY MESSAGES
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, etc.
Device Dashboard Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, etc.
Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to
ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Information that
raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). Refer to
the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by
this symbol.
Warnings
Explosions can result in death or serious injury.
•
Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive environments when the
circuit is live.
•
Transmitter covers must be fully engaged to meet explosionproof
requirements.
•
Before connecting a communicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the
instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or
nonincendive field wiring practices.
Electrical shock can result in death or serious injury.
•
Avoid contact with the leads and terminals. High voltage that may be present
on leads can cause electrical shock.
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Commissioning consists of testing the transmitter and verifying transmitter
configuration data. 3051S transmitters can be commissioned either before or
after installation. Commissioning the transmitter on the bench before
installation using a 375 Field Communicator or AMS ensures that all
transmitter components are in working order.
To commission on the bench, required equipment includes a power supply, a
milliamp meter, and a Field Communicator or AMS. Wire equipment as shown
in Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2. Verify transmitter terminal voltage is between
10.5 - 42.4 Vdc. To ensure successful communication, a resistance of at least
250 ohms must be present between the Field Communicator loop connection
and the power supply. Connect the Field Communicator leads to the terminals
labeled “COMM” on the terminal block. (Connecting across the “TEST”
terminals will prevent successful communication.)
Set all transmitter hardware adjustments during commissioning to avoid
exposing the transmitter electronics to the plant environment after installation.
Refer to “Configure Security and Alarm” on page 2-13.
When using a Field Communicator, any configuration changes made must be
sent to the transmitter by using the “Send” key (F2). AMS configuration
changes are implemented when the “Apply” button is clicked.
Setting the Loop to
Manual
3-2
Whenever sending or requesting data that would disrupt the loop or change
the output of the transmitter, set the process application loop to manual. The
Field Communicator or AMS will prompt you to set the loop to manual when
necessary. Acknowledging this prompt does not set the loop to manual. The
prompt is only a reminder; set the loop to manual as a separate operation.
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Wiring Diagrams
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Bench Hook-up
Connect the bench equipment as shown in Figures 3-1 and 3-2, and turn on
the Field Communicator by pressing the ON/OFF key or log into AMS. The
Field Communicator or AMS will search for a HART-compatible device and
indicate when the connection is made. If the Field Communicator or AMS fail
to connect, it indicates that no device was found. If this occurs, refer to
Section 5: Troubleshooting.
Field Hook-up
Figures 3-1 and 3-2 illustrate wiring loops for a field hook-up with a Field
Communicator or AMS. The Field Communicator or AMS may be connected
at “COMM” on the transmitter terminal block, across the load resistor, or at
any termination point in the signal loop. Signal point may be grounded at any
point or left ungrounded.
Figure 3-1. PlantWeb Wiring
(4–20 mA)
Power Supply
RL 250
Figure 3-2. Junction Box Wiring
(4–20 mA)
Power Supply
RL 250
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REVIEW
CONFIGURATION DATA
NOTE
Information and procedures in this section that make use of Field
Communicator fast key sequences and AMS assume that the transmitter and
communication equipment are connected, powered, and operating correctly.
The following is a list of factory configurations. These can be reviewed by
using the Field Communicator or AMS.
Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence to view the configuration data.
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 5
Device Dashboard Fast Keys
1, 7
Manufacturer “Rosemount”
Transmitter model
Measurement type
Module configuration type
Range
PV Unit
PV Lower Sensor Limit (LSL)
PV Upper Sensor Limit (USL)
PV Lower Range Value (LRV)
PV Upper Range Value (URV)
PV minimum span
Lower sensor trim point
Upper sensor trim point
Sensor trim calibration type
Transfer function
Damping
Alarm direction
High Alarm (Value)
Low Alarm (Value)
High saturation
Low saturation
Alarm/Saturation type
Sensor S/N
Isolator material
Fill fluid
Process connector
Process connector material
O-Ring material
Drain/Vent material
Number of diaphragm seals
Seal type
Remote seal isolator material
Seal fill fluid
Tag
Date
Descriptor
Message
Write protect
Meter type
Local keys
Universal revision
Field device revision
Software revision
Hardware revision
Physical signal code
Final assembly number
Device ID
Burst mode
Burst option
Poll address
Number req preams
Multisensor device
Command #39, EEProm Control required
Distributor
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu. Select the
tabs to review the transmitter configuration data.
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(Version 3.3)
Field Communicator
User Interface
Figure 3-3. Traditional Interface
The corresponding Menu Tree can be viewed on page 3-6.
The fast key sequence can be viewed on page 3-7.
Figure 3-4. Device Dashboard
The corresponding Menu Tree can be viewed on page 3-7.
The fast key sequence can be viewed on page 3-11.
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Traditional Interface Menu Tree
1. PROCESS
VARIABLES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure
Percent of Range
Analog Output
Sensor Temperature
Scaled Variable
Process Variable is
2. DIAG/SERVICE
1. TEST DEVICE
3. BASIC SETUP
1. Self test
2. Status
1. Keypad Input
2. Apply Values
2. Loop Test
1. RERANGE
3. CALIBRATION
2. ANALOG OUTPUT TRIM
3. SENSOR TRIM
4. Recall Factory Trim
1. Tag
2. Unit
3. RANGE VALUES
⻫
4.
5.
6.
7.
1. Keypad Input
2. Apply Values
DEVICE INFO
Transfer Function
Damp
LCD Display Config.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1. Digital-to-Analog Trim
2. Scaled Digital-to-Analog Trim
Date
Descriptor
Message
Write Protect
Config. Write Protect
Model
Model Number I
Model Number II
Model Number III
1. PROCESS
VARIABLES
1. SENSORS
2. SIGNAL
CONDITION
Online Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
DEVICE SETUP
PV
AO
PV URV
PV LRV
1. PROCESS
VARIABLES
2. RANGE VALUES
3. Unit
4. Transfer Function
5. Damping
6. Sensor Temperature
Unit
7. ALM/SAT LEVELS
3. OUTPUT
CONDITION
5. Review
1. PROCESS
VARIABLES
4. SCALED VARIABLE
5. PROCESS ALERTS
6. VARIABLE
REMAPPING
4. DEVICE
INFORMATION
3-6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure
Percent of Range
Analog Output
Sensor Temperature
Scaled Variable
Process Variable is
1. SENSOR TRIM
2. Recall Factory Trim
1. Sensor Temperature
2. Sensor Temperature Unit
1. Keypad Input
2. Apply Values
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Alarm Direction
High Alarm
Low Alarm
High Saturation
Low Saturation
Config. Alarm Direction
Config. Alarm Level
Config. Saturation Levels
2. ANALOG OUTPUT
3. HART OUTPUT
Zero Trim
Lower Sensor Trim
Upper Sensor Trim
Sensor Trim Calibration Type
Sensor Trim Points
2. SENSOR
SERVICE
3. Unit
1. PRESSURE SENSOR
2. DEVICE TEMP. SENSOR
4. DETAILED
SETUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Zero trim
Lower Sensor Trim
Upper Sensor Trim
Sensor Trim
Calibration Type
5. Sensor Trim Points
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure
Percent of Range
Analog Output
Sensor Temperature
Scaled Variable
Process Variable is
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pressure
Percent of Range
Analog Output
Sensor Temperature
Scaled Variable
Process Variable is
Loop Test
Digital-to-Analog Trim
Scaled Digital-to-Analog Trim
Alarm Direction
1.
2.
3.
4.
Poll Address
Num Req Preams
Burst Mode
Burst Option
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
SV DATA POINTS
SV Units
SV Transfer Function
SV Cutoff Mode
SV Low Flow Cutoff
SV Linear Offset
SV Config.
1. Pressure High Alert
Value
2. Pressure Low Alert Value
3. Upper Span Limit
4. Lower Span Limit
1. Pressure Alert Mode
2. Temp Alert Mode
3. CONFIG. PRESSURE
ALERT
4. CONFIG. TEMP ALERT
1. Temp. High Alert Value
2. Temp. Low Alert Value
3. Sensor Temp. Upper
Span Limit
4. Sensor Temp. Lower
Span Limit
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pressure Input 1
Pressure Input 2
SV Output 1
SV Output 2
1. Process Variable is
2. Secondary Variable is 1. Tag
3. Tertiary Variable is
2. Date
3. Descriptor
1. FIELD DEVICE 1. Measurement Type
4. Message
INFO
5. Model
2. Module Config Type
6. Model Number I
3. Isolator Material
2. SENSOR INFO 4. Fill fluid
7. Model Number II
8. Model Number III
5. Process Connector
3. Self Test
6. Process Connection Material 9. Write Protect Conf
Write Protect Local
7. O-Ring Material
Keys
8. Drain Vent Material
REVISION #’S
1. # of Diaphragm Seals
Final Assembly #
2. Seal Type
Device ID
3. Seal Fill Fluid
4. DIAPHRAGM
Distributor
4. Remote Seal Isolator
SEALS INFO
Material
1. Universal
Rev.
2. Field
Device Rev.
3. Software
Rev.
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Device Dashboard Menu Tree
Figure 3-5. 3051S Device Dashboard - Overview
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Overview
1 Device Status
2 Comm Status
3 Pressure
4 Analog Output
5 Pressure URV
6 Pressure LRV
7 Device Information
Device Information
1 Identification
2 HART
3 Material of Construction
4 RS Material of Construction
5 Analog Alarm
6 Security
Identification
1 Tag
2 Model
3 Transmitter S/N
4 Date
5 Description
6 Message
7 Model Number 1
8 Model Number 2
9 Model Number 3
HART
1 Universal Revision
2 Field Device Revision
3 Software Revision
4 Hardware Revision
Material of Construction
1 Module Configuration
2 Sensor Range
3 Upper Sensor Limit
4 Lower Sensor Limit
5 Isolator Materials
6 Fill Fluid
7 Process Connection
8 Process Connection Material
9 O Ring Material
Drain Vent Material
RS Material of Construction
1 # of Remote Seals
2 RS Seal Type
3 RS Fill Fluid
4 RS Isolator Material
Analog Alarm
1 Alarm Direction
2 High Alarm
3 High Saturation
4 Low Saturation
5 Low Alarm
Security
1 Write Protect Status
2 Local Zero/Span
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Figure 3-6. 3051S Device Dashboard - Configure
Tag, Description, Message, Date, Pressure Units,
Temperature Units, Transfer Function, URV, LRV
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Configure
1 Guided Setup
2 Manual Setup
3 Alert Setup
Guided Setup
1 Basic Setup
2 Zero
3 Configure Display
4 Variable Mapping
5 Configure Alarm and Sat levels
6 Process Alerts
7 Scaled Variable
Manual Setup
1 Basic Setup
2 Scaled Variable
3 Display
4 HART
5 Device Information
6 Materials of Construction
7 Security
Alert Setup
1 Pressure Alert
2 Temperature Alert
Pressure Alert
1 Alert Mode
2 High Alert Value
3 Low Alert Value
Temperature Alert
1 Alert Mode
2 High Alert Value
3 Low Alert Value
Basic Setup
1 Tag
2 Unit
3 Range Values
4 Transfer Function
5 Pressure Damping
6 Module Temperature Units
7 Configure Alarm and Sat Levels
Scaled Variable
1 SV Data Points
2 SV Units
3 SV Transfer Function
4 SV Linear Offset
5 SV Config
Display
1 Pressure
2 Scaled Variable
3 Module Temperature
4 Percent of Range
HART
1 Variable Mapping
2 Burst Mode
3 Burst Option
Device Information
1 Tag
2 Model
3 Transmitter S/N
4 Date
5 Description
6 Message
7 Model Number 1
8 Model Number 2
9 Model Number 3
Materials of Construction
1 Process Connection
2 Process Connection Material
3 Drain Vent Material
4 # of Remote Seals
5 RS Seal Type
6 RS Fill Fluid
7 RS Isolator Material
Security
1 Write Protect Status
2 Local Zero/Span
3-8
Range Values
1 Pressure URV
2 Pressure LRV
Variable Mapping
1 Primary Variable
2 Secondary Variable
3 Third Variable
Burst Option
PV
% range/current
Process Vars/current
Process Variables
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Figure 3-7. 3051S Device Dashboard - Service Tools
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Service Tools
1 Device Alerts
2 Variables
3 Trends
4 Routine Maintenance
5 Simulate
Variables
1 Pressure
2 Scaled Variable
3 Module Temperature
Trends
1 Pressure
2 Scaled Variable
3 Module Temperature
Routine Maintenance
1 Pressure Calibration
2 Analog Output Calibration
3 Recall Factory Calibration
Device Alerts
1 Refresh Alerts
2 Configuration Changed
Only Active Alerts show up
Trend Graph
Pressure Calibration
1 Upper Sensor Trim
2 Lower Sensor Trim
3 Zero
4 Last Calibration Points
5 Sensor Limits
Last Callibration Points
1 Upper Calibration Point
2 Lower Callibration Point
Simulate
1 Loop Test
Sensor Limits
1 Upper
2 Lower
3 Minimum Span
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Traditional Fast Key
Sequence
The following menu indicates fast key sequences for common functions. A
check () indicates the basic configuration parameters. At minimum, these
parameters should be verified as part of the configuration and startup
procedure.




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Function
HART Fast Key Sequence
Alarm Level Configuration
1, 4, 2, 7, 7
Alarm and Saturation Levels
1, 4, 2, 7
Analog Output Alarm Direction
1, 4, 2, 7, 6
Analog Output Trim
1, 2, 3, 2
Burst Mode On/Off
1, 4, 3, 3, 3
Burst Options
1, 4, 3, 3, 4
Damping
1, 3, 6
Date
1, 3, 4, 1
Descriptor
1, 3, 4, 2
Digital To Analog Trim (4-20 mA Output)
1, 2, 3, 2, 1
Field Device Information
1, 4, 4, 1
LCD Display Configuration
1, 3, 7
Loop Test
1, 2, 2
Lower Sensor Trim
1, 2, 3, 3, 2
Message
1, 3, 4, 3
Number of Requested Preambles
1, 4, 3, 3, 2
Pressure Alert Configuration
1, 4, 3, 5, 3
Poll Address
1, 4, 3, 3, 1
Poll a Multidropped Transmitter
Left Arrow, 3, 1, 1
Re-mapping
1, 4, 3, 6
Rerange- Keypad Input
1, 2, 3, 1, 1
Saturation Level Configuration
1, 4, 2, 7, 8
Scaled D/A Trim (4–20 mA Output)
1, 2, 3, 2, 2
Scaled Variable Configuration
1, 4, 3, 4, 7
Self Test (Transmitter)
1, 2, 1, 1
Sensor Information
1, 4, 4, 2
Sensor Temperature
1, 1, 4
Sensor Trim
1, 2, 3, 3
Sensor Trim Points
1, 2, 3, 3, 5
Status
1, 2, 1, 2
Tag
1, 3, 1
Temperature Alert Configuration
1, 4, 3, 5, 4
Transfer Function (Setting Output Type)
1, 3, 5
Transmitter Security (Write Protect)
1, 3, 4, 5
Units (Process Variable)
1, 3, 2
Upper Sensor Trim
1, 2, 3, 3, 3
Zero Trim
1, 2, 3, 3, 1
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Key Sequence
Rosemount 3051S Series
The following menu indicates fast key sequences for common functions. A
check () indicates the basic configuration parameters. At minimum, these
parameters should be verified as part of the configuration and startup
procedure.
Function
Fast Key Sequence

Alarm and Saturation Levels
Alarm Level Configuration
Analog Output Alarm Direction
Burst Mode Control
Burst Option
Custom Display Configuration
Damping
1,4,5
2,2,1,7
1,4,5,1
2,2,4,2
2,2,4,3
2,1,3
2,2,1,5

Date
Descriptor
Digital to Analog Trim (4 - 20mA Output)
Disable Zero & Span Adjustment
Field Device Information
LCD Display Configuration
Loop Test
Lower Sensor Trim
Message
Module Temperature/Trend
Poll Address
Pressure Alert Configuration
Range Values
Re-mapping
Rerange - Keypad Input
Rerange with Keypad
Saturation Level Configuration
Scaled D/A Trim (4 - 20mA Output)
Scaled Variable Configuration
Sensor Information
Sensor Trim
Sensor Trim Points
Tag
2,2,5,4
2,2,5,5
3,4,2
2,2,7,2
1,7
2,2,3
3,5,1
3,4,1,2
2,2,5,6
3,3,3
1,2
2,3,1
2,2,1,3
2,2,4,1
1,5
2,2,1,3
2,2,1,7
3,4,2
2,2,7
1,7,3
3,4,1
3,4,1,4
2,2,5,1
Temperature Alert Configuration
2,3,2

Transfer Function (Setting Output Type)
2,2,1,4

Transmitter Security (Write Protect)
Units (Process Variable)
2,2,7,1
2,2,1,2
Upper Sensor Trim
Zero Trim
3,4,1,1
3,4,1,3
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Before performing other transmitter on-line operations, review the digital
output parameters to ensure that the transmitter is operating properly and is
configured to the appropriate process variables.
Process Variables
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 2
The process variables for the 3051S provide transmitter output, and are
continuously updated. The pressure reading in both engineering units and
percent of range will continue to track with pressures outside of the defined
range from the lower to the upper range limit of the SuperModule.
Field Communicator v3.3
The process variable menu displays the following process variables:
•
Pressure
•
Percent of range
•
Analog output
•
Module temperature
•
Scaled Variable (SV)
•
Primary Variable (PV)
NOTE
Regardless of the range points, the 3051S will measure and report all
readings within the digital limits of the sensor. For example, if the 4 and 20 mA
points are set to 0 and 10 inH2O, and the transmitter detects a pressure of
25 inH2O, it digitally outputs the 25 inH2O reading and a 250% of span
reading. However, there may be up to ±5.0% error associated with output
outside of the range points.
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Process Variables...” from the menu.The
process variable screen displays the following process variables:
Module Temperature
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 1, 4
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 2, 3
•
Pressure
•
Percent of range
•
Analog output
•
Module temperature
•
Scaled Variable (SV)
•
Primary Variable (PV)
The 3051S contains a temperature sensor near the pressure sensor in the
SuperModule. When reading this temperature, keep in mind the sensor is not
a process temperature reading.
Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence “Module Temperature” to view the sensor
temperature reading.
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Process Variables...” from the menu.
“Module Temp” is the sensor temperature reading.
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Set Process Variable
Units
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 3, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 2
The PV Unit command sets the process variable units to allow you to monitor
your process using the appropriate units of measure.
Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence “Set Process Variable Units.” Select from the
following engineering units:
•
•
•
•
•
•
inH2O
inHg
ftH2O
mmH2O
mmHg
psi
•
•
•
•
•
•
bar
mbar
g/cm2
kg/cm2
Pa
kPa
•
•
•
•
•
torr
atm
MPa
inH2O at 4 °C
mmH2O at 4 °C
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu. In the Basic
Setup tab, use “Unit” drop down menu to select units.
Set Output
(Transfer function)
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 3, 5
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 4
The 3051S has two output settings: Linear and Square Root. Activate the
square root output option to make analog output proportional to flow. As input
approaches zero, the 3051S automatically switches to linear output in order to
ensure a more smooth, stable output near zero (see Figure 3-8).
From 0 to 0.6 percent of the ranged pressure input, the slope of the curve is
unity (y = x). This allows accurate calibration near zero. Greater slopes would
cause large changes in output (for small changes at input). From 0.6 percent
to 0.8 percent, curve slope equals 42 (y = 42x) to achieve continuous
transition from linear to square root at the transition point.
NOTE
If low flow cutoff configuration is desired, use “Scaled Variable Configuration”
on page 3-21 to configure square root and “Re-mapping” on page 3-24 to
map Scaled Variable as the primary variable.
If Scaled Variable is mapped as the primary variable and square root mode is
selected, ensure transfer function is set to linear.
Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence “Set Output (Transfer function).”
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the Basic Setup tab, use “Xfer fnctn” drop down menu to select output,
click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
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Figure 3-8. Square Root Output
Transition Point
Sq. Root
Curve
Full Scale Full Scale
Flow (%)
Output
(mA dc)
Sq. Root Curve
Transition Point
Transition Point
Linear Section
Slope=42
Slope=1
% Pressure Input
NOTE
For a flow turndown of greater than 10:1 it is not recommended to perform a
square root extraction in the transmitter. Instead, perform the square root
extraction in the system. Alternatively, you can configure Scaled Variable for
square root output. This configuration allows you to select a low flow cutoff
value, which will work best for the application. If low flow cutoff configuration is
desired, use “Scaled Variable Configuration” on page 3-21 to configure
square root and “Re-mapping” on page 3-24 to map Scaled Variable as the
primary variable.
Rerange
The Range Values command sets the 4 and 20 mA points (lower and upper
range values). In practice, you may reset the transmitter range values as
often as necessary to reflect changing process conditions. Changing the
lower or upper range point results in similar changes to the span. For a
complete listing of Range & Sensor limits, refer to the “Range & Sensor
Limits” table on page A-6.
NOTE
Transmitters are shipped from Rosemount Inc. fully calibrated per request or
by the factory default of full scale (span = upper range limit.)
Select from one of the methods below to rerange the transmitter. Each
method is unique; examine all options closely before deciding which method
works best for your process.
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•
Rerange with a Field Communicator only.
•
Rerange with a pressure input source and a Field Communicator.
•
Rerange with a pressure input source and the local zero and span
buttons (option D1).
•
Rerange with AMS only.
•
Rerange with a pressure input source and AMS.
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NOTE
If the transmitter security jumper/switch is ON, adjustments to the zero and
span will not be able to be made. Refer to “Configure Security and Alarm” on
page 2-13 for security information.
Rerange with a Field Communicator v3.3 Only
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 1, 1
Device Dashboard Fast Keys
1, 5
The easiest and most popular way to rerange is to use the Field
Communicator only. This method changes the values of the analog 4 and 20
mA points independently without a pressure input.
From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Rerange with a
Communicator Only.”
1. At “Keypad Input” select 1 and use the keypad to enter lower range
value.
2. From “Keypad Input” select 2 and use the keypad to enter upper range
value.
Rerange with a Pressure Input Source and Field Communicator v3.3
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 1, 2
Device Dashboard Fast Keys
3, 4, 1
Reranging using the Field Communicator and a pressure source or process
pressure is a way of reranging the transmitter when specific 4 and 20 mA
points are unknown.
NOTE
The span is maintained when the 4 mA point is set. The span changes when
the 20 mA point is set. If the lower range point is set to a value that causes the
upper range point to exceed the sensor limit, the upper range point is
automatically set to the sensor limit, and the span is adjusted accordingly.
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Rerange with a
Pressure Input Source and a Field Communicator” to configure lower
and upper range values and follow the on-line instructions.
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Rerange with a Pressure Input Source and the
Local Zero and Span buttons (option D1)
Reranging using the local zero and span adjustments and a pressure source
is a way of reranging the transmitter.
1. Using a pressure source with an accuracy three to ten times the desired
calibrated accuracy, apply a pressure equivalent to the lower range value
to the high side of the transmitter.
2. Push and hold the zero adjustment button for at least two seconds but no
longer than ten seconds.
3. Apply a pressure equivalent to the upper range value to the high side of
the transmitter.
4. Push and hold the span adjustment button for at least two seconds but
no longer than ten seconds.
PlantWeb
Zero
Junction Box
Span
Zero
Span
Rerange with AMS v7.0 only
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu. In the Basic
Setup tab, locate the Analog Output box and perform the following procedure:
1. Enter the lower range value (LRV) and the upper range value (URV) in
the fields provided. Click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
Rerange with a Pressure Input Source and AMS v7.0
Right click on the device, select “Calibrate”, then “Apply values” from the
menu.
1. Select Next after the control loop is set to manual.
2. From the “Apply Values” menu, follow the on-line instructions to
configure lower and upper range values.
3. Select Exit to leave the “Apply Values” screen.
4. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
5. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Damping
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 3, 6
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 5
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The Damp command introduces a delay in processing which increases the
response time of the transmitter; smoothing variations in output readings
caused by rapid input changes. Determine the appropriate damp setting
based on the necessary response time, signal stability, and other
requirements of the loop dynamics of your system. The damping value of your
device is user selectable from 0 to 60 seconds. The current damping value
can be determined by executing the Field Communicator fast keys or going to
“Configure” in AMS.
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Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence “Damping.”
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “Basic Setup” tab, enter the damping value in the “Damp” field,
click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
LCD DISPLAY
The LCD display connects directly to the interface/electronics board which
maintains direct access to the signal terminals. The display indicates output
and abbreviated diagnostic messages. A display cover is provided to
accommodate the display.
The LCD display features a four-line display and a 0-100% scaled bar graph.
The first line of five characters displays the output description, the second line
of seven digits displays the actual value, the third line of six characters
displays engineering units and the fourth line displays “Error” when the
transmitter is in alarm. The LCD display can also display diagnostic
messages.
LCD Display Configuration with Field Communicator v3.3
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 3, 7
Device Dashboard Fast Keys
2, 2, 3
The factory default LCD display setting is engineering units. The Meter
Options command allows customization of the LCD display to suit application
requirements. The LCD display will alternate between the selected items (up
to four may be chosen):
•
Pressure (Engineering Units)
•
Percent of Range
•
Scaled Variable
•
Temperature
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “LCD” tab, select the desired options to suit your application
needs, click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
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Failure Mode Alarm and
Saturation
3051S transmitters automatically and continuously perform self-diagnostic
routines. If the self-diagnostic routines detect a failure, the transmitter drives
the output to configured alarm values. The transmitter will also drive the
output to configured saturation values if the applied pressure goes outside the
4-20 mA range values.
The transmitter will drive its output low or high based on the position of the
failure mode alarm jumper, see “Configure Security and Alarm” on page 2-13.
NOTE
The failure mode alarm direction can also be configured using the Field
Communicator or AMS.
3051S transmitters have three configurable options for failure mode alarm
and saturation levels:
Table 3-1. Rosemount
(Standard) Alarm and Saturation
Values
Table 3-2. NAMUR-Compliant
Alarm and Saturation Values
Table 3-3. Custom Alarm and
Saturation Values
•
Rosemount (Standard), see Table 3-1.
•
NAMUR, see Table 3-2.
•
Custom, see Table 3-3.
Level
4–20 mA Saturation
4–20 mA Alarm
Low
High
3.9 mA
20.8 mA
 3.75 mA
 21.75 mA
Level
4–20 mA Saturation
4–20 mA Alarm
Low
High
3.8 mA
20.5 mA
 3.6 mA
 22.5 mA
Level
4–20 mA Saturation
4–20 mA Alarm
Low
High
3.7 mA — 3.9 mA
20.1 mA — 21.5 mA
3.4 mA — 3.8 mA
20.2 mA — 23.0 mA
Failure mode alarm and saturation levels can be configured using a Field
Communicator or AMS, see “Alarm and Saturation Level Configuration” on
page 3-19. Per Table 3-3, custom alarm and saturation levels can be
configured between 3.6 mA and 3.9 mA for low values and between 20.1 mA
and 23 mA for high values. The following limitations exist for custom levels:
•
Low alarm level must be less than the low saturation level
•
High alarm level must be higher than the high saturation level
•
High saturation level must not exceed 21.5 mA
•
Alarm and saturation levels must be separated by at least 0.1 mA
The Field Communicator or AMS will provide an error message if a
configuration rule is violated.
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Alarm and Saturation
Level Configuration
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 2, 7
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 7
Rosemount 3051S Series
To configure alarm and saturation levels with a Field Communicator or AMS
perform the following procedure:
Field Communicator v3.3
1. From the HOME screen, follow the fast key sequence.
2. Select 7, Config. Alarm Level to configure alarm levels.
3. Select OK after setting the control loop to manual.
4. Select OK to acknowledge current settings.
5. Select desired setting, if “OTHER” is selected enter HI and LO custom
values.
6. Select OK to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic control.
7. Select 8, Config. Sat. Levels to configure saturation levels.
8. Repeat steps 3-6 to configure saturation levels.
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device, select “Device Configuration”, then select
“Alarm/Saturation Levels,” then “Alarm Levels” from the menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Click Next after acknowledging the current alarm levels.
3. Select the desired alarm settings: NAMUR, Rosemount, Other
4. If “Other” is selected, enter desired “HI Value” and “LO Value” custom
values.
5. Click Next to acknowledge new alarm levels.
6. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
7. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
8. Right click on the device, select “Device Configuration,” then select
“Alarm/Saturation Levels,” then “Saturation Levels” from the menu.
9. Repeat steps 2 - 8 to configure saturation levels.
Alarm and Saturation
Levels for Burst Mode
Transmitters set to burst mode handle saturation and alarm conditions
differently.
Alarm Conditions:
•
Analog output switches to alarm value
•
Primary variable is burst with a status bit set
•
Percent of range follows primary variable
•
Temperature is burst with a status bit set
Saturation:
•
Analog output switches to saturation value
•
Primary variable is burst normally
•
Temperature is burst normally
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Values for Multidrop
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Transmitters set to multidrop mode handle saturation and alarm conditions
differently.
Alarm Conditions:
•
Primary variable is sent with a status bit set
•
Percent of range follows primary variable
•
Temperature is sent with a status bit set
Saturation:
Alarm Level Verification
•
Primary variable is sent normally
•
Temperature is sent normally
The transmitter alarm level should be verified before returning the transmitter
to service if the following changes are made:
•
Replacement of electronics board, SuperModule, or LCD display
•
Alarm and saturation level configuration
This feature is also useful in testing the reaction of the control system to a
transmitter in an alarm state. To verify the transmitter alarm values, perform a
loop test and set the transmitter output to the alarm value (see Table 3-1,
Table 3-2, and Table 3-3 on page 3-18, and “Loop Test” on page 3-26).
Process Alerts
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 3, 5
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 3
Process alerts allow the user to configure the transmitter to output a HART
message when the configured data point is exceeded. Process alerts can be
set for pressure, temperature, or both. A process alert will be transmitted
continuously if the pressure or temperature set points are exceeded and the
alert mode is ON. An alert will be displayed on a Field Communicator, AMS
status screen or in the error section of the LCD display. The alert will reset
once the value returns within range.
NOTE
HI alert value must be higher than the LO alert value. Both alert values must
be within the pressure or temperature sensor limits.
Field Communicator v3.3
To configure the process alerts with a Field Communicator, perform the
following procedure:
1. From the HOME screen, follow the fast key sequence “Process Alerts.”
2. Select 3, “Config Press Alerts” to configure the pressure alert.
Select 4, “Config Temp Alerts” to configure the temperature alerts.
3. Use the right arrow key to configure the HI and LO alert values.
4. Use the left arrow to move back to the process alert menu.
Select 1, “Press Alert Mode” to turn on the pressure alert mode.
Select 2, “Temp Alert Mode” to turn on the temperature alert mode.
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Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “Analog Output” tab, locate the “Configuration Pressure Alerts”
box, enter “Press Hi Alert Val” and “Press Lo Alert Val” to configure the
pressure alerts.
2. Configure “Press Alert Mode” to “ON” or “OFF” using the drop down
menu.
3. In the “Configuration Temperature Alerts” box, enter “Temp Hi Alert Val”
and “Temp Lo Alert Val” to configure the temperature alerts.
4. Configure “Temp Alert Mode” to “ON” or “OFF” using the drop down
menu and click Apply.
5. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
Scaled Variable
Configuration
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 3, 4, 7
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 2
The scaled variable configuration allows the user to create a
relationship/conversion between the pressure units and user-defined/custom
units. There are two use cases for scaled variable. The first use case is to
allow custom units to be displayed on the transmitter's LCD display. The
second use case is to allow custom units to drive the transmitter's 4-20 mA
output.
If the user desires custom units to drive the 4-20 mA output, scaled variable
must be re-mapped as the primary variable. Refer to “Re-mapping” on
page 3-24.
The scaled variable configuration defines the following items:
•
Scaled variable units - Custom units to be displayed.
•
Scaled data options - Defines the transfer function for the application
a. Linear
b. Square root
•
Pressure value position 1 - Lower known value point (possible 4 mA
point) with consideration of linear offset.
•
Scaled variable value position 1 - Custom unit equivalent to the lower
known value point (The lower known value point may or may not be the
4 mA point.)
•
Pressure value position 2 - Upper known value point
(possible 20 mA point)
•
Scaled variable value position 2 - Custom unit equivalent to the upper
known value point (possible 20 mA point)
•
Linear offset - The value required to zero out pressures effecting the
desired pressure reading.
•
Low flow cutoff - Point at which output is driven to zero to prevent
problems caused by process noise. It is highly recommended to use
the low flow cutoff function in order to have a stable output and avoid
problems due to process noise at a low flow or no flow condition. A low
flow cutoff value that is practical for the flow element in the application
should be entered.
NOTE
If Scaled Variable is mapped as the primary variable and square root mode is
selected, ensure transfer function is set to linear. Refer to “Set Output
(Transfer function)” on page 3-13.
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To configure the scaled variable with a Field Communicator, perform the
following procedure:
1. From the HOME screen follow the fast key sequence “Scaled Variable
Configuration.”
2. Select OK after the control loop is set to manual.
3. Enter the scaled variable units.
a. Units can be up to five characters long and include A — Z, 0 — 9, -,
/,%, and *. Default unit is DEFLT.
b. The first character is always an asterisk (*), which identifies the units
displayed are scaled variable units.
4. Select scaled data options
a. Select linear if the relationship between PV and scaled variable units
are linear. Linear prompts for two data points.
b. Select square root if the relationship between PV and scaled
variable is square root (flow applications). Square root will prompt
for one data point.
5. Enter pressure value position 1. Pressure values must be within the
range of the transmitter.
a. (If performing a Linear Function) Enter the lower known value point
considering any linear offset.
b. (If performing a Square Root Function) Select OK to acknowledge
pressure value is set to zero.
6. Enter scaled variable position 1.
a. (If performing a Linear Function) Enter the lower known value
point; this value must be no longer than seven digits.
b. (If performing a Square Root Function) Select OK to acknowledge
scaled variable value is set to zero.
7. Enter pressure value position 2. Pressure values must be within the
range of the transmitter.
a. Enter the upper known value point.
8. Enter scaled variable position 2.
a. (If performing a Linear Function) Enter custom unit equivalent to
the upper known value point; this value must be no longer than
seven digits.
b. (If performing a Square Root Function) Enter custom unit
equivalent to the value in step 7; this value must be no longer than
seven digits. Skip to step 10.
9. Enter linear offset value in scaled variable (custom) units (If performing a
Linear Function). Skip to step 11.
10. Enter Low Flow cutoff mode (If performing a Square Root Function)
a. Select OFF if a low flow cutoff value is not desired.
b. Select ON if a low flow cutoff value is desired and enter this value in
scaled variable (custom) units on the next screen.
11. Select OK to acknowledge that the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
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Right click on the device and select “Device Configuration” then select “SV
Config” from the menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Enter desired scaled variable units in “Enter SV units” box and click
Next.
3. Select scaled data options: Linear or Square Root and click Next. If
square root is selected skip to Step 9.
4. Enter pressure value position 1 and click Next.
5. Enter scaled variable position 1 and click Next.
6. Enter pressure value position 2 and click Next.
7. Enter scaled variable position 2 and click Next.
8. Enter linear offset and click Next. Skip to Step 15.
9. Select Next to acknowledge that “Pressure value for position 1 is set to
zero.
10. Select Next to acknowledged that “Square root value for position 1 is set
to zero.
11. Enter pressure value for position 2 and click Next.
12. Enter square root value for position 2 and click Next.
13. Enter low flow cutoff mode: Off or On. If off is selected skip to Step 15.
14. Enter low flow cutoff value in scaled variable (custom) units and click
Next.
15. Select Next to acknowledge that the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
16. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
DP Level Example
Figure 3-9. Example tank
20 mA
230 in.
0.94 sg
200 in.
H
4 mA
12 in.
L
A differential transmitter is used in a level application where the span is
188 inH2O (200 in. * 0.94 sg). Once installed on an empty tank and taps
vented, the process variable reading is -209.4 inH2O. The process
variable reading is the head pressure created by fill fluid in the capillary.
Based on Figure 3-9, the Scaled Variable configuration would be as
follows:
Scaled Variable units:
inches
Scaled data options:
linear
Pressure value position 1:
0 inH2O (0 mbar)
Scaled Variable position 1:
12 in. (305 mm)
Pressure value position 2:
188 inH2O (0.47 bar)
Scaled Variable position 2:
212 in.(5385 mm)
Linear offset:
-209.4 inH2O (-0.52 bar)
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DP Flow Example
A differential transmitter is used in conjunction with an orifice plate in a
flow application where the differential pressure at full scale flow is 125
inH2O. In this particular application, the flow rate at full scale flow is
20,000 gallons of water per hour. It is highly recommended to use the low
flow cutoff function in order to have a stable output and avoid problems
due to process noise at a low flow or no flow condition. A low flow cutoff
value that is practical for the flow element in the application should be
entered. In this particular example, the low flow cutoff value is 1000
gallons of water per hour. Based on this information, the Scaled Variable
configuration would be as follows:
Scaled Variable units:
gal/h
Scaled data options:
square root
Pressure value position 2:
125 inH2O (311 mbar)
Scaled Variable position 2:
20,000 gal/h (75,708 lt/hr)
Low Flow Cutoff:
1000 gal/h (ON)
NOTE
Pressure value position 1 and Scaled Variable position 1 are always set to
zero for a flow application. No configuration of these values is required.
Re-mapping
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 3, 6
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 4, 1
The re-mapping function allows the transmitter primary, secondary, and
tertiary variables to be configured as desired. Default configuration for
transmitter variables is as shown below:
Primary variable (PV) = Pressure
Secondary variable (SV) = Temperature
Tertiary variable (TV) = Scaled Variable
NOTE
Variable assigned as the primary variable drives the 4-20 mA analog output.
The scaled variable can be remapped as the primary variable if desired.
Field Communicator v3.3
From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Re-mapping.”
1. Select OK after the control loop is set to manual (see “Setting the Loop
to Manual” on page 3-2).
2. Choose desired primary variable and select Enter.
3. Choose desired secondary variable and select Enter.
4. Select OK to acknowledge the tertiary variable setting.
5. Select OK to acknowledge that the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
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Right click on the device and select “Configure”.
1. In “Basic Setup” tab, locate “Variable Mapping” box.
2. Choose desired primary variable.
3. Choose desired secondary variable.
4. Choose desired tertiary variable.
5. Click Apply and then select Next to acknowledge the loop can be
returned to automatic control.
6. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Sensor Temperature Unit
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 1, 2, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 1, 6
The Sensor Temperature Unit command selects between Celsius and
Fahrenheit units for the sensor temperature. The sensor temperature output
is accessible via HART only.
Field Communicator v3.3
Enter the fast key sequence “Sensor Temperature Unit.”
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “Process Input” tab, use the drop down menu “Snsr temp unit” to
select F (Farenheit) or C (Celsius). Click Apply.
2. Click Next to acknowledge send warning.
3. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
4. After carefully reading the warning, select yes.
DIAGNOSTICS AND
SERVICE
Diagnostics and service functions listed below are primarily for use after field
installation. The Transmitter Test feature is designed to verify that the
transmitter is operating properly, and can be performed either on the bench or
in the field. The Loop Test feature is designed to verify proper loop wiring and
transmitter output, and should only be performed after you install the
transmitter.
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Loop Test
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 2, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 5, 1
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The Loop Test command verifies the output of the transmitter, the integrity of
the loop, and the operations of any recorders or similar devices installed in the
loop.
Field Communicator v3.3
To initiate a loop test, perform the following procedure:
1. Connect a reference meter to the transmitter by either connecting the
meter to the test terminals on the terminal block, or shunting transmitter
power through the meter at some point in the loop.
2. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Loop Test” to
verify the output of the transmitter.
3. Select OK after the control loop is set to manual (see “Setting the Loop
to Manual” on page 3-2).
4. Select a discrete milliamp level for the transmitter to output. At the
CHOOSE ANALOG OUTPUT prompt select 1: 4mA, select 2: 20mA, or
select 3: “Other” to manually input a value.
a. If you are performing a loop test to verify the output of a transmitter,
enter a value between 4 and 20 mA.
b. If you are performing a loop test to verify alarm levels, enter the
milliamp value representing an alarm state (see Table 3-1,
Table 3-2, and Table 3-3 on page 3-18).
5. Check the reference meter installed in the test loop to verify that it
displays the commanded output value.
a. If the values match, the transmitter and the loop are configured and
functioning properly.
b. If the values do not match, the current meter may be attached to the
wrong loop there may be a fault in the wiring, the transmitter may
require an output trim, or the reference meter may be
malfunctioning.
After completing the test procedure, the display returns to the loop test screen
to choose another output value or to end loop testing.
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Diagnostics and Test,” then “Loop test”
from the menu.
1. Connect a reference meter to the transmitter by either connecting the
meter to the test terminals on the terminal block, or shunting transmitter
power through the meter at some point in the loop.
2. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
3. Select desired analog output level. Click Next.
4. Click Next to acknowledge output being set to desired level.
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5. Check the reference meter installed in the test loop to verify that it
displays the commanded output value.
a. If the values match, the transmitter and the loop are configured and
functioning properly.
b. If the values do not match, the current meter may be attached to the
wrong loop, there may be a fault in the wiring, the transmitter may
require an output trim, or the reference meter may be
malfunctioning.
After completing the test procedure, the display returns to the loop test screen
to choose another output value or to end loop testing.
6. Select End and click Next to end loop testing.
7. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
8. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
FOR HART PROTOCOL
Saving, Recalling, and
Cloning Configuration
Data
Traditional Fast Keys
left arrow,
1, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 4, 3
Use the cloning feature of the Field Communicator or the AMS “User
Configuration” feature to configure several 3051S transmitters similarly.
Cloning involves configuring a transmitter, saving the configuration data, then
sending a copy of the data to a separate transmitter. Several possible
procedures exist when saving, recalling, and cloning configuration data. For
complete instructions refer to the Field Communicator manual (publication no.
00809-0100-4276) or AMS on-line guides. One common method is as follows:
Field Communicator v3.3
1. Confirm and apply configuration changes to the first transmitter.
NOTE
If transmitter configuration has not been modified, “SAVE” option in step 2 will
be disabled
2. Save the configuration data:
a. Select “SAVE” from the bottom of the Field Communicator screen.
b. Choose to save your configuration in either the “Internal Flash”
(default) or the “Configuration EM” (Configuration Expansion
Module).
c. Enter the name for this configuration file. The default name is the
transmitter tag number.
d. Select “SAVE”.
3. Power the receiving transmitter and connect with Field Communicator.
4. Access the HART Application menu by pressing the LEFT ARROW from
the HOME/ONLINE screen.
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5. Locate the saved transmitter configuration file.
a. Select “Offline”
b. Select “Saved Configuration”
c. Select either “Internal Flash Contents” or “Configuration EM
Contents” depending on where the configuration was stored per
step 2b.
6. Use the DOWN ARROW to scroll through the list of configurations in the
memory module, and use the RIGHT ARROW to select and retrieve the
desired configuration.
7. Select “Send” to transfer the configuration to the receiving transmitter.
8. Select “OK” after the control loop is set to manual.
9. After the configuration has been sent, select “OK” to acknowledge that
the loop can be returned to automatic control.
When finished, the Field Communicator informs you of the status. Repeat
steps 3 through 9 to configure another transmitter.
NOTE
The transmitter receiving cloned data must have the same software version
(or later) as the original transmitter.
AMS v7.0 creating a Reusable Copy
To create a reusable copy of a configuration perform the following procedure:
1. Completely configure the first transmitter.
2. Select View then User Configuration View from the menu bar (or click the
toolbar button).
3. In the User Configuration window, right click and select New from the
context menu.
4. In the New window, select a device from the list of templates shown, and
click OK.
5. The template is copied into the User Configurations window, with the tag
name highlighted; rename it as appropriate and press Enter.
NOTE
A device icon can also be copied by dragging and dropping a device template
or any other device icon from AMS Explorer or Device Connection View into
the User Configurations window.
The “Compare Configurations” window appears, showing the Current values
of the copied device on one side and mostly blank fields on the other (User
Configuration) side.
6. Transfer values from the current configuration to the user configuration
as appropriate or enter values by typing them into the available fields.
7. Click Apply to apply the values, or click OK to apply the values and close
the window.
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AMS v7.0 Applying a User Configuration
Any amount of user configurations can be created for the application. They
can also be saved, and applied to connected devices or to devices in the
Device List or Plant Database.
NOTE
When using AMS Revision 6.0 or later, the device to which the user
configuration is applied must be the same model type as the one created in
the user configuration. When using AMS Revision 5.0 or earlier, the same
model type and revision number are required.
To apply a user configuration perform the following procedure:
1. Select the desired user configuration in the User Configurations window.
2. Drag the icon onto a like device in AMS Explorer or Device Connection
View. The Compare Configurations window opens, showing the
parameters of the target device on one side and the parameters of the
user configuration on the other.
3. Transfer parameters from the user configuration to the target device as
desired, Click OK to apply the configuration and close the window.
Burst Mode
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 3, 3, 3
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 4, 2
When configured for burst mode, the 3051S provides faster digital
communication from the transmitter to the control system by eliminating the
time required for the control system to request information from the
transmitter. Burst mode is compatible with the analog signal. Because the
HART protocol features simultaneous digital and analog data transmission,
the analog value can drive other equipment in the loop while the control
system is receiving the digital information. Burst mode applies only to the
transmission of dynamic data (pressure and temperature in engineering units,
pressure in percent of range, and/or analog output), and does not affect the
way other transmitter data is accessed.
Access to information other than dynamic transmitter data is obtained through
the normal poll/response method of HART communication. A Field
Communicator, AMS or the control system may request any of the information
that is normally available while the transmitter is in burst mode. Between each
message sent by the transmitter, a short pause allows the Field
Communicator, AMS or a control system to initiate a request. The transmitter
will receive the request, process the response message, and then continue
“bursting” the data approximately three times per second.
Field Communicator v3.3
To configure the transmitter for burst mode, perform the following step:
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Burst Mode.”
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Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “HART” tab, use the drop down menu to select “Burst Mode ON or
OFF.” For “Burst option” select the desired properties from the drop down
menu. Burst options are as follows:
•
PV
•
% range/current
•
Process vars/crnt
•
Process variables
2. After selecting options click Apply.
3. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
MULTIDROP
COMMUNICATION
Multidropping transmitters refers to the connection of several transmitters to a
single communications transmission line. Communication between the host
and the transmitters takes place digitally with the analog output of the
transmitters deactivated. With smart communications protocol, up to fifteen
transmitters can be connected on a single twisted pair of wires, or over leased
phone lines.
Multidrop installation requires consideration of the update rate necessary from
each transmitter, the combination of transmitter models, and the length of the
transmission line. Communication with transmitters can be accomplished with
Bell 202 modems and a host implementing HART protocol. Each transmitter
is identified by a unique address (1–15) and responds to the commands
defined in the HART protocol. Field Communicators and AMS can test,
configure, and format a multidropped transmitter the same way as a
transmitter in a standard point-to-point installation.
Figure 3-10 shows a typical multidrop network. This figure is not intended as
an installation diagram.
NOTE
A transmitter in multidrop mode has the analog output fixed at 4 mA. If a
meter is installed to a transmitter in multidrop mode, it will alternate the
display between “current fixed” and the specified meter output(s).
Figure 3-10. Typical Multidrop
Network
HART
Modem
Power
Supply
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The 3051S is set to address zero (0) at the factory, which allows operation in
the standard point-to-point manner with a 4–20 mA output signal. To activate
multidrop communication, the transmitter address must be changed to a
number from 1 to 15. This change deactivates the 4–20 mA analog output,
sending it to 4 mA. It also disables the failure mode alarm signal, which is
controlled by the upscale/downscale switch/jumper position. Failure signals in
multidropped transmitters are communicated through HART messages.
Changing a Transmitter
Address
Traditional Fast Keys
1, 4, 3, 3, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
1, 2
To activate multidrop communication, the transmitter poll address must be
assigned a number from 1 to 15, and each transmitter in a multidropped loop
must have a unique poll address.
Field Communicator v3.3
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Changing a
Transmitter Address.”
AMS v7.0
Right click on the device and select “Configure” from the menu.
1. In the “HART” tab, in “ID” box, enter poll address located in the “Poll
addr” box, click Apply.
2. After carefully reading the warning provided, select yes.
Communicating with a
Multidropped
Transmitter
Traditional Fast Keys
Left arrow,
3, 1, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
1, 2
Field Communicator v3.3
To communicate with a multidropped transmitter, configure the Field
Communicator to poll for a non-zero address.
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Communicating
with a Multidropped Transmitter.”
2. On the polling menu, scroll down and select “Digital Poll.” In this mode,
the Field Communicator automatically polls for devices at addresses
0-15 upon start up.
AMS v7.0
Click on the HART modem icon and select “Scan All Devices.”
Polling a Multidropped
Transmitter
Traditional Fast Keys
Left arrow,
3, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
1, 2
Polling a multidropped loop determines the model, address, and number of
transmitters on the given loop.
Field Communicator v3.3
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Polling a
Multidropped Transmitter.”
AMS v7.0
Click on the HART modem icon and select “Scan All Devices.”
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Section 4
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Operation and Maintenance
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-1
Calibration for HART Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-1
Field Upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-15
OVERVIEW
This section contains information on commissioning and operating 3051S
Pressure Transmitters. Tasks that should be performed on the bench prior to
installation are explained in this section.
Instructions for performing configuration functions are given for Field
Communicator version 3.3 and AMS version 7.0. For convenience, Field
Communicator fast key sequences are labeled “Fast Keys” for each software
function below the appropriate headings.
CALIBRATION FOR
HART PROTOCOL
Calibrating a 3051S transmitter may include the following procedures:
•
Rerange: Sets the 4 and 20 mA points at required pressures.
•
Sensor Trim: Adjusts the position of the factory sensor characterization
curve to optimize performance over a specified pressure range, or to
adjust for mounting effects.
•
Analog Output Trim: Adjusts the analog output to match the plant
standard or the control loop.
The 3051S SuperModule uses a microprocessor that contains information
about the sensor’s specific characteristics in response to pressure and
temperature inputs. A smart transmitter compensates for these sensor
variations. The process of generating the sensor performance profile is called
factory sensor characterization. Factory sensor characterization also provides
the ability to readjust the 4 and 20 mA points without applying pressure to the
transmitter.
Trim and rerange functions also differ. Reranging sets analog output to the
selected upper and lower range points and can be done with or without an
applied pressure. Reranging does not change the factory sensor
characterization curve stored in the microprocessor. Sensor trimming requires
an accurate pressure input and adds additional compensation that adjusts the
position of the factory sensor characterization curve to optimize performance
over a specific pressure range.
NOTE
Sensor trimming adjusts the position of the factory sensor characterization
curve. It is possible to degrade performance of the transmitter if the trim is
done improperly or with inaccurate equipment.
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Table 4-1. Recommended
Calibration Tasks
Transmitter
3051S_ CD
3051S_ CG
3051S_ L
3051S_TG, Range 1-4
Bench Calibration Tasks
Field Calibration Tasks
1. Set output configuration parameters:
a. Set the range points.
b. Set the output units.
c. Set the output type.
1. Reconfigure parameters if necessary.
2. Zero trim the transmitter to
compensate for mounting effects or
static pressure effects.
d. Set the damping value.
2. Optional: Perform a sensor trim.
(Accurate pressure source required)
3051S_ CA
3051S_ TA
3051S_ TG, Range 5
3. Optional: Perform an analog output
trim. (Accurate multimeter required)
1. Set output configuration parameters:
a. Set the range points.
b. Set the output units.
c. Set the output type.
1. Reconfigure parameters if necessary.
2. Perform low trim value section of the
sensor trim procedure to correct for
mounting position effects.
d. Set the damping value.
2. Optional: Perform a sensor trim if
equipment available (accurate absolute
pressure source required), otherwise
perform the low trim value section of
the sensor trim procedure.
3. Optional: Perform an analog output
trim (Accurate multimeter required)
NOTE:
A Field Communicator is required for all sensor and output trim procedures.
Rosemount 3051S_C Range 4 and Range 5 transmitters require a special
calibration procedure when used in differential pressure applications under
high static line pressure (see “Compensating for Line Pressure (Range 4 and
Range 5)” on page 4-10).
Rosemount 3051S_TG Range 5 transmitters use an absolute sensor that
requires an accurate absolute pressure source to perform the optional sensor
trim.
Calibration Overview
Complete calibration of the 3051S pressure transmitter involves the following
tasks:
Configure the analog output parameters
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Set Process Variable Units (page 3-8)
•
Set Output Type (page 3-8)
•
Rerange (page 3-9)
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Set Damping (page 3-11)
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Calibrate the sensor
•
Sensor Trim (page 4-6)
•
Zero Trim (page 4-6)
Calibrate the 4–20 mA output
•
4–20 mA Output Trim (page 4-8); or
•
4–20 mA Output Trim Using Other Scale (page 4-9)
Figure 4-1 on page 4-3 illustrates 3051S transmitter data flow. Data flow can
be summarized in four major steps:
1. A change in pressure is measured by a change in the sensor output
(Sensor Signal).
2. The sensor signal is converted to a digital format that is understood by
the microprocessor (Analog-to-Digital Signal Conversion).
3. Corrections are performed in the microprocessor to obtain a digital
representation of the process input (Digital PV).
4. The Digital PV is converted to an analog value (Digital-to-Analog Signal
Conversion).
Figure 4-1 also identifies the approximate transmitter location for each
calibration task. Data flows from left to right, and a parameter change affects
all values to the right of the changed parameter.
Not all calibration procedures should be performed for each 3051S
transmitter. Some procedures are appropriate for bench calibration, but
should not be performed during field calibration. Table 4-1 identifies the
recommended calibration procedures for each type of 3051S transmitter for
bench or field calibration.
Figure 4-1. Transmitter Data
Flow with Calibration Options
Transmitter Ranged 0 to 100 inH2O
(0 to 0,25 bar)
SENSOR
(STEP 1)
A/D
(STEP 2)
MICRO
(STEP 3)
D/A
(STEP 4)
Output: 100 in. H2O
Output:
20.00 mA
Pressure
Source
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Determining Calibration
Frequency
Calibration frequency can vary greatly depending on the application,
performance requirements, and process conditions. Use the following
procedure to determine calibration frequency that meets the needs of your
application.
1. Determine the performance required for your application.
2. Determine the operating conditions.
3. Calculate the Total Probable Error (TPE).
4. Calculate the stability per month.
5. Calculate the calibration frequency.
Sample Calculation
Step 1: Determine the performance required for your application.
Required Performance:
0.30% of span
Step 2: Determine the operating conditions.
Transmitter:
3051S_CD, Range 2A [URL=250 inH2O(623 mbar)],
classic performance
Calibrated Span:
150 inH2O (374 mbar)
Ambient Temperature Change:
± 50 °F (28 °C)
Line Pressure:
500 psig (34,5 bar)
Step 3: Calculate total probable error (TPE).
TPE =
2
2
2
 ReferenceAccuracy  +  TemperatureEffect  +  StaticPressureEffect  = 0.112% of span
Where:
Reference Accuracy =
± 0.055% of span
Ambient Temperature Effect =
0.0125  URL
  ------------------------------------- + 0.0625 per 50 °F =  0.0833% of span


Span
Span Static Pressure Effect(1) =
0.1% reading per 1000 psi (69 bar) = 0.05% of span at maximum span
(1) Zero static pressure effect removed by zero trimming at line pressure.
Step 4: Calculate the stability per month.
 0.125  URL 
Stability =  --------------------------------------- % of span for 5 years =  0.0035% of span per month
Span
Step 5: Calculate calibration frequency.
 Req. Performance – TPE 
 0.3% – 0.112% 
Cal. Freq. = ----------------------------------------------------------------------- = --------------------------------------------- = 54 months
Stability per Month
0.0035%
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Choosing a Trim
Procedure
Rosemount 3051S Series
To decide which trim procedure to use, you must first determine whether the
analog-to-digital section or the digital-to-analog section of the transmitter
electronics needs trimming. Refer to Figure 4-1 and perform the following
procedure:
1. Connect a pressure source, a Field Communicator or AMS, and a digital
readout device to the transmitter.
2. Establish communication between the transmitter and the Field
Communicator.
3. Apply pressure equal to the upper range point pressure.
4. Compare the applied pressure to the pressure process variable value on
the Process Variables menu on the Field Communicator or the Process
Variables screen in AMS. For instructions on how to access process
variables, see page 3-7 of Section 3: Configuration.
a. If the pressure reading does not match the applied pressure (with
high-accuracy test equipment), perform a sensor trim. See “Sensor
Trim Overview” on page 4-5 to determine which trim to perform.
5. Compare the Analog Output (AO) line, on the Field Communicator or
AMS, to the digital readout device.
a. If the AO reading does not match the digital readout device (with
high-accuracy test equipment), perform an analog output trim. See
“Analog Output Trim” on page 4-7.
Sensor Trim Overview
Trim the sensor using either sensor or zero trim functions. Trim functions vary
in complexity and are application-dependent. Both trim functions alter the
transmitter’s interpretation of the input signal.
Zero trim is a single-point offset adjustment. It is useful for compensating for
mounting position effects and is most effective when performed with the
transmitter installed in its final mounting position. Since this correction
maintains the slope of the characterization curve, it should not be used in
place of a sensor trim over the full sensor range.
When performing a zero trim with a manifold, refer to Manifold Operation on
page 2-23.
NOTE
Do not perform a zero trim on 3051S Absolute pressure transmitters. Zero
trim is zero based, and absolute pressure transmitters reference absolute
zero. To correct mounting position effects on a 3051S Absolute Pressure
Transmitter, perform a low trim within the sensor trim function. The low trim
function provides an offset correction similar to the zero trim function, but it
does not require zero-based input.
Sensor trim is a two-point sensor calibration where two end-point pressures
are applied, and all output is linearized between them. Always adjust the low
trim value first to establish the correct offset. Adjustment of the high trim value
provides a slope correction to the characterization curve based on the low
trim value. The trim values allow you to optimize performance over your
specified measuring range at the calibration temperature.
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The transmitter must be within three percent of true zero (zero-based) in order
to calibrate with zero trim function.
Field Communicator
Calibrate the sensor with a Field Communicator using the zero trim function
as follows:
1. Vent the transmitter and attach a Field Communicator to the
measurement loop.
2. From the HOME screen, follow the fast key sequence “Zero Trim.”
3. Follow the commands provided by the Field Communicator to complete
the zero trim adjustment.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “Zero trim” from the
menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Click Next to acknowledge warning.
3. Click Next after applying appropriate pressure to sensor.
4. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
5. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Sensor Trim
Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 3
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 4, 1
NOTE
Use a pressure input source that is at least four times more accurate than the
transmitter, and allow the input pressure to stabilize for ten seconds before
entering any values.
Field Communicator
To calibrate the sensor with a Field Communicator using the sensor trim
function, perform the following procedure:
1. Assemble and power the entire calibration system including a
transmitter, Field Communicator, power supply, pressure input source,
and readout device.
2. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence under “Sensor
Trim.”
3. Select 2: Lower sensor trim. The lower sensor trim value should be the
sensor trim point that is closest to zero.
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NOTE
Select pressure input values so that lower and upper values are equal to or
outside the 4 and 20 mA points. Do not attempt to obtain reverse output by
reversing the high and low points. This can be done by going to “Rerange” on
page 3-9 of Section 3: Configuration. The transmitter allows approximately
five percent deviation.
4. Follow the commands provided by the Field Communicator to complete
the adjustment of the lower value.
5. Repeat the procedure for the upper value, replacing 2: Lower sensor trim
with 3: Upper sensor trim in Step 3.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “Sensor trim” from the
menu.
1. Select “Lower sensor trim.” The lower sensor trim value should be the
sensor trim point that is closest to zero.
2. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
3. Click Next after applying appropriate pressure to sensor.
4. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
5. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
6. Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” select “Sensor trim” from
the menu.
7. Select “Upper sensor trim” and repeat steps 2-5.
Recall Factory Trim—
Sensor Trim
Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 4, 1
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 4, 3
The Recall Factory Trim—Sensor Trim command allows the restoration of the
as-shipped factory settings of the sensor trim. This command can be useful
for recovering from an inadvertent zero trim of an absolute pressure unit or
inaccurate pressure source.
Field Communicator
Enter the fast key sequence “Recall Factory Trim—Sensor Trim.”
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “Recall Factory Trim”
from the menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Select “Sensor trim” under “Trim to recall” and click Next.
3. Click Next to acknowledge restoration of trim values is complete.
4. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
5. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Analog Output Trim
The Analog Output Trim commands allow you to adjust the transmitter’s
current output at the 4 and 20 mA points to match the plant standards. This
command adjusts the digital to analog signal conversion (see Figure 4-1 on
page 4-3).
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To perform a digital-to-analog trim with a Field Communicator, perform the
following procedure.
1. From the HOME screen, enter the fast key sequence “Digital-to-Analog
Trim.” Select OK after setting the control loop to manual, see “Setting the
Loop to Manual” on page 3-2.
2. Connect an accurate reference milliamp meter to the transmitter at the
CONNECT REFERENCE METER prompt. Connect the positive lead to
the positive terminal and the negative lead to the test terminal in the
transmitter terminal compartment, or shunt power through the reference
meter at some point.
3. Select OK after connecting the reference meter.
4. Select OK at the SETTING FLD DEV OUTPUT TO 4 MA prompt. The
transmitter outputs 4.0 mA.
5. Record the actual value from the reference meter, and enter it at the
ENTER METER VALUE prompt. The Field Communicator prompts you
to verify whether or not the output value equals the value on the
reference meter.
6. Select 1: Yes, if the reference meter value equals the transmitter output
value, or 2: No if it does not.
a. If 1 is selected: Yes, proceed to Step 7.
b. If 2 is selected: No, repeat Step 5.
7. Select OK at the SETTING FLD DEV OUTPUT TO 20 MA prompt, and
repeat Steps 5 and 6 until the reference meter value equals the
transmitter output value.
8. Select OK after the control loop is returned to automatic control.
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “D/A Trim” from the
menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Click Next after connecting the reference meter.
3. Click Next at the “Setting fld dev output to 4mA” screen.
4. Record the actual value from the reference meter, and enter it at the
“Enter meter value” screen and click Next.
5. Select Yes, if the reference meter value equals the transmitter output
value, or No if it does not. Click Next.
a. If Yes is selected, proceed to Step 6.
b. If No is selected, repeat Step 4.
6. Click Next at the “Setting fld dev output to 20mA” screen.
7. Repeat Step 4 - Step 5 until the reference meter equals the transmitter
output value.
8. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
9. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
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Using Other Scale
Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 2, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 4, 2, 2
Rosemount 3051S Series
The Scaled D/A Trim command matches the 4 and 20 mA points to a user
selectable reference scale other than 4 and 20 mA (for example, 1 to 5 volts if
measuring across a 250 ohm load, or 0 to 100 percent if measuring from a
Distributed Control System (DCS)). To perform a scaled D/A trim, connect an
accurate reference meter to the transmitter and trim the output signal to scale,
as outlined in the Output Trim procedure.
NOTE
Use a precision resistor for optimum accuracy. If you add a resistor to the
loop, ensure that the power supply is sufficient to power the transmitter to a
23 mA output (maximum alarm value) with additional loop resistance.
Field Communicator
Enter the fast key sequence “Digital-to-Analog Trim Using Other Scale.”
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “Scaled D/A trim” from
the menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Select Change to change scale, click Next.
3. Enter Set scale-Lo output value, click Next.
4. Enter Set scale-Hi output value, click Next.
5. Click Next to proceed with Trim.
6. Click Next after connecting the reference meter.
7. Click Next at the “Setting fld dev output to 4 mA” screen.
8. Record the actual value from the reference meter, and enter it at the
“Enter meter value” screen and click Next.
9. Select Yes, if the reference meter value equals the transmitter output
value, or No if it does not. Click Next.
a. If Yes is selected, proceed to Step 10.
b. If No is selected, repeat Step 8.
10. Click Next at the “Setting fld dev output to 20mA” screen.
11. Repeat Step 8 - Step 9 until the reference meter equals the transmitter
output value.
12. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
13. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
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Recall Factory Trim—
Analog Output
Fast Keys
1, 2, 3, 4, 2
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 4, 3
The Recall Factory Trim—Analog Output command allows the restoration of
the as-shipped factory settings of the analog output trim. This command can
be useful for recovering from an inadvertent trim, incorrect Plant Standard or
faulty meter.
Field Communicator
Enter the fast key sequence “Recall Factory Trim—Analog Output.”
AMS
Right click on the device and select “Calibrate,” then “Recall Factory Trim”
from the menu.
1. Click Next after setting the control loop to manual.
2. Select “Analog output trim” under “Trim to recall” and click Next.
3. Click Next to acknowledge restoration of trim values is complete.
4. Select Next to acknowledge the loop can be returned to automatic
control.
5. Select Finish to acknowledge the method is complete.
Line Pressure Effect
(Range 2 and Range 3)
The following specifications show the static pressure effect for the Rosemount
3051S Range 2 and Range 3 pressure transmitters used in differential
pressure applications where line pressure exceeds 2000 psi (138 bar).
Zero Effect
Ultra and Ultra for Flow:
Classic:
± 0.05% of the upper range limit plus an additional
± 0.1% of upper range limit error for each 1000 psi
(69 bar) of line pressure above 2000 psi (138 bar).
± 0.1% of the upper range limit plus an additional
± 0.1% of upper range limit error for each 1000 psi
(69 bar) of line pressure above 2000 psi (138 bar).
Example: Line pressure is 3000 psi (207 bar) for Ultra performance
transmitter. Zero effect error calculation:
± {0.05 + 0.1 x [3 kpsi - 2 kpsi]} = ± 0.15% of the upper range limit
Span Effect
Refer to “Line Pressure Effect” on page A-4.
Compensating for
Line Pressure (Range 4
and Range 5)
The Rosemount 3051S Range 4 and 5 pressure transmitters require a special
calibration procedure when used in differential pressure applications. The
purpose of this procedure is to optimize transmitter performance by reducing
the effect of static line pressure in these applications. The 3051S differential
pressure transmitters (Ranges 0, 1, 2, and 3) do not require this procedure
because optimization occurs in the sensor.
Applying high static pressure to the 3051S Range 4 and Range 5 pressure
transmitters causes a systematic shift in the output. This shift is linear with
static pressure; correct it by performing the “Sensor Trim” procedure on
page 4-6.
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The following specifications show the static pressure effect for the 3051S
Range 4 and Range 5 transmitters used in differential pressure applications:
Zero Effect:
± 0.1% of the upper range limit per 1000 psi (69 bar) for line pressures
from 0 to 2000 psi (0 to 138 bar)
For line pressures above 2000 psi (138 bar), the zero effect error is ± 0.2%
of the upper range limit plus an additional ± 0.2% of upper range limit error
for each 1000 psi (69 bar) of line pressure above 2000 psi (138 bar).
Example: Line pressure is 3000 psi (207 bar). Zero effect error calculation:
± {0.2 + 0.2 x [3 kpsi - 2 kpsi]} = ± 0.4% of the upper range limit
Span Effect:
Correctable to ±0.2% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar) for line pressures
from 0 to 3626 psi (0 to 250 bar)
The systematic span shift caused by the application of static line pressure is
-1.00% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar) for Range 4 transmitters, and -1.25%
of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar) for Range 5 transmitters.
Use the following example to compute corrected input values.
Example
A transmitter with model number 3051S_CD4 will be used in a differential
pressure application where the static line pressure is 1200 psi (83 bar).
The transmitter output is ranged with 4 mA at 500 inH2O (1,2 bar) and
20 mA at 1500 inH2O (3,7 bar).
To correct for systematic error caused by high static line pressure, first use
the following formulas to determine corrected values for the low trim and
high trim.
LT = LRV + S x (LRV) x P
Where:
LT =
Corrected Low Trim Value
LRV =
Lower Range Value
S=
–(Span shift per specification)
P=
Static Line Pressure
HT = URV + S x (URV) x P
Where:
HT =
Corrected High Trim Value
URV =
Upper Range Value
S=
–(Span shift per specification)
P=
Static Line Pressure
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In this example:
URV =
1500 inH2O (3.74 bar)
LRV =
500 inH2O (1.25 bar)
P=
1200 psi (82.74 bar)
S=
± 0.01/1000
To calculate the low trim (LT) value:
LT =
500 + (0.01/1000)(500)(1200)
LT =
506 inH2O (1.26 bar)
To calculate the high trim (HT) value:
HT =
1500 + (0.01/1000)(1500)(1200)
HT =
1518 inH2O (3.78 bar)
Complete a 3051S sensor trim and enter the corrected values for low trim (LT)
and high trim (HT), refer to “Sensor Trim” on page 4-6.
Enter the corrected input values for low trim and high trim through the Field
Communicator keypad after you apply the value of pressure as the transmitter
input.
NOTE
After sensor trimming 3051S Range 4 and 5 transmitters for high differential
pressure applications, verify that the 4 and 20 mA points are at values using
the Field Communicator. For the example above, this would be 500 and 1500
respectively. The zero effect can be eliminated by doing a zero sensor trim at
line pressure after installation without affecting the completed calibration.
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Diagnostic Messages
Rosemount 3051S Series
In addition to output, the LCD displays abbreviated operation, error, and
warning messages for troubleshooting. Messages appear according to their
priority; normal operating messages appear last. To determine the cause of a
message, use a Field Communicator or AMS to further interrogate the
transmitter. A description of each LCD diagnostic message follows.
Error Indicator
An error indicator message appears on the LCD display to warn of serious
problems affecting the operation of the transmitter. The meter displays an
error message until the error condition is corrected, “ERROR” appears at the
bottom of the display, and analog output is driven to the specified alarm level.
No other transmitter information is displayed during an alarm condition.
FAIL MODULE
The SuperModule is malfunctioning. Possible sources of problems
include:
Pressure or temperature updates are not being received in the
SuperModule.
A non-volatile memory fault that will affect transmitter operation has been
detected in the module by the memory verification routine.
Some non-volatile memory faults are user-repairable. Use a Field
Communicator or AMS to diagnose the error and determine if it is
repairable. Any error message that ends in “Factory” is not repairable. In
cases of non-user-repairable errors, replace the SuperModule. See
“Disassembly Procedures” on page 5-3.
FAIL CONFIG
A memory fault has been detected in a location that could effect
transmitter operation, and is user-accessible. To correct this problem, use
a Field Communicator or AMS to interrogate and reconfigure the
appropriate portion of the transmitter memory.
Warnings
Warnings appear on the LCD display to alert you of user-repairable problems
with the transmitter, or current transmitter operations. Warnings appear
alternately with other transmitter information until the warning condition is
corrected or the transmitter completes the operation that warrants the warning
message.
LCD UPDATE ERROR
A communications error has occurred between the LCD and the
SuperModule. Verify the LCD is firmly seated by squeezing the two tabs,
pulling the LCD out, and snapping it back into place. Replace LCD.
PV LIMIT
The primary variable read by the transmitter is outside of the transmitter’s
range.
NONPV LIMIT
A non-primary variable read by the transmitter is outside of the
transmitter’s range.
CURR SAT
The primary variable read by the module is outside of the specified range,
and the analog output has been driven to saturation levels.
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XMRT INFO
A non-volatile memory fault has been detected in the transmitter memory
by the memory verification routine. The memory fault is in a location
containing transmitter information. To correct this problem, use a Field
Communicator or AMS to interrogate and reconfigure the appropriate
portion of the transmitter memory. This warning does not affect the
transmitter operation.
PRESS ALERT
A HART alert when the pressure variable read by the transmitter is outside
of the user set alert limits.
TEMP ALERT
A HART alert when the sensor temperature variable read by the
transmitter is outside of the user set alert limits.
Operation
Normal operation messages appear on the LCD display to confirm actions or
inform you of transmitter status. Operation messages are displayed with other
transmitter information, and warrant no action to correct or alter the
transmitter settings.
LOOP TEST
A loop test is in progress. During a loop test or 4–20 mA trim, the analog
output is set to a fixed value. The meter display alternates between the
current selected in milliamps and “LOOP TEST.”
ZERO PASS
The zero value, set with the local zero adjustment button, has been
accepted by the transmitter, and the output should change to 4 mA.
ZERO FAIL
The zero value, set with the local zero adjustment button, exceeds the
maximum rangedown allowed for a particular range, or the pressure
sensed by the transmitter exceeds the sensor limits.
SPAN PASS
The span value, set with the local span adjustment button, has been
accepted by the transmitter, and the output should change to 20 mA.
SPAN FAIL
The span value, set with the local span adjustment button, exceeds the
maximum rangedown allowed for a particular range, or the pressure
sensed by the transmitter exceeds the sensor limits.
KEYS DISABL
This message appears during reranging with the integral zero and span
buttons and indicates that the transmitter local zero and span adjustments
have been disabled. The adjustments have been disabled by software
commands from the Field Communicator or AMS. Keys are disabled when
write protect jumper is “ON.” If alarm and security adjustments are not
installed, the transmitter will operate normally with the default alarm
condition alarm high and the security off.
STUCK KEY
The zero or span button is stuck in the depressed state or pushed too long.
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FIELD UPGRADES
Labeling
Each housing and each SuperModule is labeled individually, so it is
imperative that the approval codes on each label match exactly during
upgrade. The label on the SuperModule reflects the replacement model code
for reordering an assembled unit. The housing labeling will only reflect the
approvals and communication protocol of the housing.
Upgrading Electronics
The PlantWeb housing allows for electronics upgrades. Different electronics
assemblies provide new functionality and are easily interchanged for upgrade.
Keyed slots guide the assemblies into place, and assemblies are secured with
two provided screws. If the transmitter you are intending to upgrade does not
have a PlantWeb housing, refer to the spare parts section on page A-38 for
ordering information.
Hardware Adjustments
The D1 option is available for local hardware adjustments. This option is
available for both the PlantWeb and Junction Box housings. In order to use
zero, span, alarm and security functions, replace the existing PlantWeb
assembly with the Hardware Adjustment Interface Assembly (p/n
03151-9017-0001). Install the LCD display or hardware adjustment module to
activate the hardware adjustments.
Advanced HART Diagnostics
The DA2 option is available for Advanced HART Diagnostics. This option
requires the use of the PlantWeb housing. In order to gain full access to the
Advanced HART Diagnostic capabilities, simply add the 3051S HART
Diagnostics Electronics assembly (p/n 03151-9071-0001). Before replacing
the existing assembly with the new 3051S Diagnostics Electronics assembly,
record the transmitter configuration. Transmitter configuration data must be
reentered after adding the Advanced HART Diagnostics electronics assembly
and before putting the transmitter back into operation.
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade Kits are available for PlantWeb housings. Each
kit includes an electronics assembly and terminal block. To upgrade to
FOUNDATION fieldbus, replace the existing electronics assembly with the
FOUNDATION fieldbus Output Electronics assembly (P/N 03151-9020-0001)
and replace the existing terminal block with the FOUNDATION Fieldbus terminal
block (part number will vary based on the kit selected). Table 4-2 shows the
available kits.
Table 4-2. FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade Kits
Kit
Part Number
Standard FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade Kit
Transient Protection FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade Kit
FISCO FOUNDATION fieldbus Upgrade Kit
03151-9021-0021
03151-9021-0022
03151-9021-0023
Refer to “Disassembly Procedures” on page 5-3 for information on assembly.
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Section 5
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Troubleshooting
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5-1
Disassembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5-3
Reassembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5-5
OVERVIEW
Table 5-1 provides summarized maintenance and troubleshooting
suggestions for the most common operating problems.
If you suspect malfunction despite the absence of any diagnostic messages
on the Field Communicator display, follow the procedures described here to
verify that transmitter hardware and process connections are in good working
order. Always deal with the most likely checkpoints first.
SAFETY MESSAGES
Warnings (
Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to
ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Information that
raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). Refer to
the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by
this symbol.
)
Explosions can result in death or serious injury.
•
Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive environments when the
circuit is live.
•
Transmitter covers must be fully engaged to meet explosion proof
requirements.
•
Before connecting a communicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure
that the instruments in the loop are installed according to intrinsically safe or
nonincendive field wiring practices.
Improper installation or repair of the SuperModule with high pressure option (P0)
could result in death or serious injury.
•
For safe assembly, the high pressure SuperModule must be installed with
ASTM A193 Class 2 Grade B8M Bolts and either a 305 manifold or a
DIN-compliant traditional flange.
Static electricity can damage sensitive components.
•
Observe safe handling precautions for static-sensitive components.
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Table 5-1. Rosemount 3051S
troubleshooting table
Symptom
Corrective Actions
Transmitter milliamp reading is zero
Verify power is applied to signal terminals
Check power wires for reversed polarity
Verify terminal voltage is 10.5 to 42.4 Vdc
Check for open diode across test terminal
Transmitter Not Communicating with
Field Communicator
Verify the output is between 4 and 20 mA or saturation levels
Verify clean DC Power to transmitter (Max AC noise 0.2 volts peak to peak)
Check loop resistance, 250  minimum (PS voltage -transmitter voltage/loop current)
Check if unit is addressed properly
Transmitter milliamp reading is low or high
Verify applied pressure
Verify 4 and 20 mA range points
Verify output is not in alarm condition
Verify if 4 – 20 mA output trim is required
Transmitter will not respond to changes in
applied pressure
Check test equipment
Check impulse piping or manifold for blockage
Verify applied pressure is between the 4 and 20 mA set points
Verify output is not in alarm condition
Verify transmitter is not in Loop Test mode
Digital Pressure Variable reading is low or high
Check test equipment (verify accuracy)
Check impulse piping for blockage or low fill in wet leg
Verify transmitter is calibrated properly
Verify pressure calculations for application
Digital Pressure Variable reading is erratic
Check application for faulty equipment in pressure line
Verify transmitter is not reacting directly to equipment turning on/off
Verify damping is set properly for application
Milliamp reading is erratic
Verify power source to transmitter has adequate voltage and current
Check for external electrical interference
Verify transmitter is properly grounded
Verify shield for twisted pair is only grounded at one end
Transmitter output is normal but LCD is off
Diagnostics indicates an LCD problem
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DISASSEMBLY
PROCEDURES
Do not remove the instrument cover in explosive atmospheres when the
circuit is live.
Remove from Service
Be aware of the following:
•
Follow all plant safety rules and procedures.
•
Isolate and vent the process from the transmitter before removing the
transmitter from service.
•
Remove all electrical leads and conduit.
•
Detach the process flange by removing the four flange bolts and two
alignment screws that secure it.
•
Do not scratch, puncture, or depress the isolating diaphragms.
•
Clean isolating diaphragms with a soft rag and a mild cleaning solution,
and rinse with clear water.
•
Whenever you remove the process flange or flange adapters, visually
inspect the PTFE O-rings. Replace the O-rings if they show any signs
of damage, such as nicks or cuts. If they are not damaged, reuse them.
The 3051S transmitter is attached to the process connection by four bolts and
two cap screws. Remove the bolts and separate the transmitter from the
process connection. Leave the process connection in place and ready for
re-installation.
The 3051S in-line transmitter is attached to the process by a single hex nut
process connection. Loosen the hex nut to separate the transmitter from
the process.
Remove Terminal Block
Electrical connections are located on the terminal block in the compartment
labelled “FIELD TERMINALS.”
PlantWeb Housing
Loosen the two small screws located at the 10 o'clock and 4 o'clock positions,
and pull the entire terminal block out.
Junction Box Housing
Loosen the two small screws located at the 8 o'clock and 4 o'clock positions,
and pull the entire terminal block out. This procedure will expose the
SuperModule connector, see Figure 5-1.
PlantWeb
Junction Box
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Remove Interface
Assembly
The Standard Interface Assembly, Adjustment Interface Assembly, Safety
Certified Electronics Assembly (with yellow casing), or HART Diagnostics
Electronics Assembly (black casing with white label) is located in the
compartment opposite the terminal side in the PlantWeb housing. To remove
the assembly, perform the following procedure.
1. Remove the housing cover opposite the field terminal side.
2. Remove the LCD Display or Adjustment Module, if applicable. To do this,
hold in the two clips and pull outward. This will provide better access to
the two screws located on the Standard Interface Assembly, Adjustment
Interface Assembly, Safety Certified Electronics Assembly, or HART
Diagnostics Electronics Assembly.
3. Loosen the two small screws located on the assembly in the 8 o’clock
and 2 o’clock positions.
4. Pull out the assembly to expose and locate the SuperModule connector,
see Figure 5-1.
5. Grasp the SuperModule connector and pull upwards
(avoid pulling wires). Housing rotation may be required to access locking
tabs. (PlantWeb housing only)
Figure 5-1. SuperModule
connector view
Remove the
SuperModule from the
Housing
PlantWeb
Junction Box
IMPORTANT
To prevent damage to the SuperModule cable, disconnect it from the
PlantWeb assembly or Junction Box terminal block before you remove the
SuperModule from the housing.
1. Loosen the housing rotation set screw with a 3/32-inch hex wrench, then
rotate back one full turn.
2. Unscrew the housing from the SuperModule.
Housing Rotation Set
Screw (3/32-inch)
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REASSEMBLY
PROCEDURES
Attach SuperModule to
PlantWeb or Junction
Box Housing
Rosemount 3051S Series
IMPORTANT
The V-Seal must be installed at the bottom of the housing.
1. Apply a light coat of low temperature silicon grease to the SuperModule
threads and O-ring.
2. Thread the housing completely onto the SuperModule. The housing must
be no more than one full turn from flush with the SuperModule to comply
with explosion-proof requirements.
3. Tighten the housing rotation set screw using a 3/32-inch hex wrench.
Install Interface
Assembly in the
PlantWeb Housing
1. Apply a light coat of low temperature silicon grease to the SuperModule
connector.
2. Insert the SuperModule connector into the top of the SuperModule.
3. Gently slide the assembly into the housing, making sure the pins from
the PlantWeb housing properly engage the receptacles on the assembly.
4. Tighten the captive mounting screws.
5. Attach the PlantWeb housing cover and tighten so that metal contacts
metal to meet explosion-proof requirements.
Install the Terminal Block
PlantWeb Housing
1. Gently slide the terminal block into the housing, making sure the pins
from the PlantWeb housing properly engage the receptacles on the
terminal block.
2. Tighten the captive screws on the terminal block.
3. Attach the PlantWeb housing cover and tighten so that metal contacts
metal to meet explosion-proof requirements.
Junction Box Housing
1. Apply a light coat of low temperature silicon grease to the SuperModule
connector.
2. Insert the SuperModule connector into the top of the SuperModule.
3. Push the terminal block into the housing and hold for screw position
alignment.
4. Tighten the captive mounting screws.
5. Attach the Junction Box housing cover and tighten so that metal contacts
metal to meet explosion-proof requirements.
NOTE
If the installation uses a manifold, see “Rosemount 305, 306 and 304
Manifolds” on page 2-21.
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1. Inspect the SuperModule PTFE O-rings. If the O-rings are undamaged,
reusing them is recommended. If the O-rings are damaged (if they have
nicks or cuts, for example), replace them with new O-rings.
NOTE
If replacing the O-rings, be careful not to scratch or deface the O-ring grooves
or the surface of the isolating diaphragm when removing the damaged
O-rings.
2. Install the process flange on the SuperModule. To hold the process
flange in place, install the two alignment screws to finger tight (screws
are not pressure retaining). Do not overtighten; this will affect
module-to-flange alignment.
3. Install the appropriate flange bolts.
a. If the installation requires a 1/4–18 NPT connection(s), use four
1.75-in. flange bolts. Go to step d.
b. If the installation requires a 1/2–14 NPT connection(s), use four
2.88-in. process flange/adapter bolts. For gage pressure
configurations, use two 2.88-in. bolts and two 1.75-in. bolts. Go to
step c.
c. Hold the flange adapters and adapter O-rings in place while
finger-tightening the bolts. Go to step e.
d. Finger tighten the bolts.
e. Tighten the bolts to the initial torque value using a crossed pattern.
See Table 5-2 on page 5-7 for appropriate torque values.
f. Tighten the bolts to the final torque value using a crossed pattern.
See Table 5-2 for appropriate torque values. When fully tightened,
the bolts should extend through the top of the module housing.
g. If the installation uses a conventional manifold, then install flange
adapters on the process end of the manifold using the 1.75-in.
flange bolts supplied with the transmitter.
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Table 5-2. Bolt Installation
Torque Values
Rosemount 3051S Series
Bolt Material
Initial Torque Value
Final Torque Value
CS-ASTM-A445 Standard
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
650 in-lb. (73 N-m)
316 SST—Option L4
150 in-lb. (17 N-m)
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
ASTM-A-193-B7M—Option L5
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
650 in-lb. (73 N-m)
Alloy K-500 —Option L6
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
650 in-lb. (73 N-m)
ASTM-A-453-660—Option L7
150 in-lb. (17 N-m)
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
ASTM-A-193-B8M—Option L8
150 in-lb. (17 N-m)
300 in-lb. (34 N-m)
4. If you replaced the PTFE SuperModule O-rings, re-torque the flange
bolts after installation to compensate for cold flow.
5. Install the drain/vent valve.
a. Apply sealing tape to the threads on the seat. Starting at the base of
the valve with the threaded end pointing toward the installer, apply
two clockwise turns of sealing tape.
b. Take care to place the opening on the valve so that process fluid will
drain toward the ground and away from human contact when the
valve is opened.
c. Tighten the drain/vent valve to 250 in-lb. (28.25 N-m).
NOTE
After replacing O-rings on Range 1 transmitters and re-installing the process
flange, expose the transmitter to a temperature of 185 °F (85 °C) for two
hours. Then re-tighten the flange bolts in a cross pattern, and again expose
the transmitter to a temperature of 185 °F (85 °C) for two hours before
calibration.
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Section 6
Rosemount 3051S Series
Safety Instrumented Systems
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-1
Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-2
3051S Safety Certified Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-2
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-3
Operation and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-5
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-6
Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6-6
SAFETY MESSAGES
Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to
ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Information that
raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). Refer to
the following safety messages before performing an operation preceded by
this symbol.
Warnings
Explosions can result in death or serious injury.
•
Do not remove the transmitter covers in explosive environments when the
circuit is live.
•
Transmitter covers must be fully engaged to meet explosion-proof
requirements.
•
Before connecting a communicator in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the
instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or
nonincendive field wiring practices.
Electrical shock can result in death or serious injury.
•
Avoid contact with the leads and terminals. High voltage that may be present
on leads can cause electrical shock.
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CERTIFICATION
The 3051S safety certified pressure transmitter is certified to:
Low Demand; Type B
SIL 2 Capability for hardware (single use transmitter)
SIL 3 Capability for software (multiple use transmitter)
3051S SAFETY
CERTIFIED
IDENTIFICATION
All 3051S transmitters must be identified as safety certified before installing
into SIS systems.
NOTE
There are two versions of safety certified 3051S pressure transmitters. For
transmitters with a yellow SIS circuit board installed, please refer to Manual
Supplement 00809-0700-4801.
To identify a safety certified 3051S:
1. Connect a HART host to the transmitter.
2. Check the software to verify that the software revision is 7 or higher.
Fast Key Sequence - 1, 5
Revision #’s
Fld Dev Rev
7
Software Rev
7
Hardware Rev
16
3. Verify that option code QT is included in the transmitter model code.
INSTALLATION
No special installation is required in addition to the standard installation
practices outlined in this document. Always ensure a proper seal by installing
the electronics housing cover(s) so that metal contacts metal if housing is
used.
Environmental limits are available in the 3051S Product Data Sheet
(document number 00813-0100-4801). This document can be found at
http://www2.emersonprocess.com/siteadmincenter/PM%20Rosemount%20Documents/00813-0100-4801.pdf
The loop should be designed so the terminal voltage does not drop below
10.5 Vdc when the transmitter output is 23.0 mA.
If hardware security switches are installed, the security switch should be in
the “ON” position during normal operation. See Figure 6-2, “Security and
alarm configuration (option D1)” on page 6-4. If hardware security switches
are not installed, security should be “ON” in the software to prevent accidental
or deliberate change of configuration data during normal operation.
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COMMISSIONING
Rosemount 3051S Series
To commission the 3051S Safety Certified Transmitter, use the HART “Menu
Tree” on page 3-5 and “Fast Key Sequence” on page 3-6.
NOTE
Transmitter output is not safety-rated during the following: configuration
changes, multidrop, and loop test. Alternative means should be used to
ensure process safety during transmitter configuration and maintenance
activities.
For more information on the 375 Field Communicator see document
00809-0100-4276. AMS help can be found in the AMS on-line guides within
the AMS system.
Damping
User-selected damping will affect the transmitters ability to respond to
changes in the applied process. The damping value + response time should
not exceed the loop requirements.
Fast Key Sequence - 1, 3, 6
Alarm and Saturation
Levels
DCS or safety logic solver should be configured to match transmitter
configuration. Figure 6-1 identifies the three alarm levels available and their
operation values.
Figure 6-1. Alarm Levels
Rosemount Alarm Level
Normal Operation
3.75 mA
(1)
3.9 mA
low saturation
20 mA
4 mA
20.8 mA
high saturation
21.75(2)
Namur Alarm Level
Normal Operation
3.6 mA
(1)
4 mA
22.5(2)
20 mA
20.5 mA
high saturation
3.8 mA
low saturation
Custom Alarm Level(3)(4)
Normal Operation
3.6 - 3.8 mA
(1)
3.7 - 3.9 mA
low saturation
4 mA
20.2 - 23.0(2)
20 mA
20.1 - 21.5 mA
high saturation
(1) Transmitter Failure, hardware or software alarm in LO position.
(2) Transmitter Failure, hardware or software alarm in HI position.
(3) High alarm must be at least 0.1 mA higher than the high saturation value.
(4) Low alarm must be at least 0.1 mA lower than the low saturation value.
Setting the alarm values and direction varies whether the hardware switch
option is installed. You can use a HART master or communicator to set the
Alarm and Saturation values.
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1. If using a communicator, use the following fast key sequence to set the
Alarm and Saturation values.
Alarm Levels - Fast Key; 1, 4, 2, 7, 7
Saturation Levels - Fast Key; 1, 4, 2, 7, 8
2. Manually set the direction for the Alarm to HI or LO using the ALARM
switch as shown in Figure 6-2.
Switches not installed
3. If using a communicator, use the following fast key sequence to set the
Alarm and Saturation values and the Alarm Direction:
Alarm Levels - Fast Key; 1, 4, 2, 7, 7
Saturation Levels - Fast Key; 1, 4, 2, 7, 8
Alarm Direction Fast Key; 1, 4, 2, 7, 6
Figure 6-2. Security and alarm
configuration (option D1)
Security
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OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE
Proof Test
The following proof tests are recommended.
Proof test results and corrective actions taken must be documented at
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp
(Report a Failure button) in the event that an error is found in the safety
functionality.
Use “Fast Key Sequence” on page 3-6 to perform a Loop Test, Analog Output
Trim, or Sensor Trim.
Proof Test 1
Conducting an analog output Loop Test satisfies the proof test requirements
and will detect more than 52% of DU failures not detected by the 3051S_C or
3051S_L automatic diagnostics, and more than 62% of DU failures not
detected by the 3051S_T automatic diagnostics.
Required tools: HART host/communicator and mA meter.
1. On HART host/communicator enter the Fast Key Sequence 1, 2, 2.
2. Select “4 Other.”
3. Enter the milliampere value representing a high alarm state.
4. Check the reference meter to verify the mA output corresponds to the
entered value.
5. Enter the milliampere value representing a low alarm state.
6. Check the reference meter to verify the mA output corresponds to the
entered value.
7. Document the test results per your requirements.
Proof Test 2
This proof test, when combined with the Proof Test 1, will detect over 92% of
DU failures not detected by the 3051S_C or 3051S_L automatic diagnostics,
and over 95% of DU failures not detected by the 3051S_T automatic
diagnostics.
Required tools: HART host/communicator and pressure calibration
equipment.
1. Perform a minimum two point sensor calibration check using the 4-20mA
range points as the calibration points.
2. Check the reference mA meter to verify the mA output corresponds to
the pressure input value.
3. If necessary, use one of the “Trim” procedures on page 4-5.
4. Document the test results per your requirements.
NOTE
The user determines the proof test requirements for impulse piping.
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Visual Inspection
Not required
Special Tools
Not required
Product Repair
The 3051S is repairable by major component replacement.
All failures detected by the transmitter diagnostics or by the proof-test
must be reported. Feedback can be submitted electronically at
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp.
SPECIFICATIONS
The 3051S must be operated in accordance to the functional and
performance specifications provided in the 3051S Product Data Sheet
(document number 00813-0100-4801).
Failure Rate Data
The FMEDA report includes failure rates and common cause Beta factor
estimates.
The report is available at
http://www2.emersonprocess.com/en-US/brands/rosemount/Safety-Products/Pages/index.aspx.
Product Life
50 years – based on worst case component wear-out mechanisms –
not based on wear-out of process wetted materials
Report any safety related product information at
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp.
SPARE PARTS
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Additional spare parts are available in Appendix A: Specifications and
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Section 7
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Advanced HART Diagnostic Suite
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-1
User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-3
Statistical Process Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-4
Power Advisory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-20
Diagnostic Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-24
Variable Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-26
Process Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-29
Service Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-31
Device Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-32
Smart Wireless THUM Adapter Configuration . . . . . . . . . page 7-33
Rosemount 333 Hart Tri-Loop Configuration . . . . . . . . . . page 7-34
Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Certification . . . . . . page 7-36
Other Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-40
Field Communicator Menu Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7-41
OVERVIEW
The Advanced HART Diagnostic Suite is an extension of the Rosemount 3051S
Series of Instrumentation and takes full advantage of the scalable architecture.
The 3051S SuperModule™ Platform generates the pressure measurement while
the diagnostic electronics board is mounted in the PlantWeb housing and plugs
into the top of the SuperModule. The electronics board communicates with the
SuperModule and produces standard 4 – 20 mA and HART outputs while adding
advanced diagnostic capability.
NOTE
When a new SuperModule is connected to the diagnostic electronics board for the
first time, the transmitter will be in alarm state until pressure range is specified.
The Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite is designated by the option code “DA2” in
the model number. All options can be used with DA2 except the following:
•
Foundation Fieldbus protocol (Output code F)
•
Wireless (Output code X)
•
Quick Connect (Housing code 7J)
•
Junction box (Housing code 2A, 2B, 2C, 2J)
•
Remote display (Housing code 2E, 2F, 2G, 2M)
The HART Diagnostic transmitter has seven distinct diagnostic functions that can
be used separately or in conjunction with each other to detect and alert users to
conditions that were previously undetectable, or provide powerful troubleshooting
tools.
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1. Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM) – SPM technology detects changes
in the process, process equipment or installation conditions of the
transmitter. This is done by modeling the process noise signature (using
the statistical values of mean, standard deviation, and coefficient of
variation) under normal conditions and then analyzing the recorded
baseline values to current values over time. If a significant change in the
current values is detected, the transmitter can generate HART alerts or
analog alarms, depending on user configuration. The condition is time
stamped and is also noted on the LCD.
The statistical values are also available as secondary variables from the
transmitter via HART. Users can trend their process noise signature,
perform their own analysis or generate their own alarms or alerts based
on the secondary variables. Trending of statistical values in an analog
system can be done with the Smart Wireless THUM Adapter or
Rosemount 333 Tri-Loop. Refer to pages 7-33 and 7-34 for more details.
2. Power Advisory Diagnostic – This diagnostic functionality detects
changes in the characteristics of the electrical loop that may jeopardize
loop integrity. This is done by characterizing the electrical loop after the
transmitter is installed and powered up in the field. If terminal voltage
deviates outside of user configured limits, the transmitter can generate
HART alerts or analog alarms.
3. Diagnostic Log – The transmitter logs up to ten device status events,
each associated with the time stamp of when the event occurred.
Referencing this log allows for better understanding of the device health
and can be used in conjunction with device troubleshooting.
4. Variable Log – The transmitter logs the following values: Minimum and
Maximum Pressure and Minimum and Maximum Temperature with
independent time stamped values. The transmitter also logs total
elapsed time in over-pressure or over-temperature conditions and
number of pressure or temperature excursions outside of sensor limits.
5. Process Alerts – These are configurable alerts for both process pressure
and sensor temperature. Users can receive a HART alert if pressure or
temperature exceeds threshold limits. The time stamp of when the alert
occurred and the number of alert events is also recorded in the
transmitter. When alert is active, this notification is displayed on the LCD.
6. Service Alerts – This is a configurable service reminder that generates a
HART alert after user-specified time has expired. When alert is active,
this notification is displayed on the LCD.
7. Time Stamp – The diagnostic electronics board includes an embedded
Operational Hours clock whose purpose is two-fold.
a. Provides the total number of operating hours of the transmitter.
b. Provides an elapsed “Time Since” event indication or time stamping
for all diagnostics.
All time values are non-volatile and displayed in the following format:
YY:DDD:hh:mm:ss (years:days:hours:minutes:seconds). The time
stamping capability significantly enhances the user’s ability to
troubleshoot measurement issues, particularly transient events that may
be too fast to capture with DCS or PLC trending or historian capabilities.
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The 3051S with Advanced HART Diagnostic Suite can be used with any asset
management software that supports Electronic Device Description Language
(EDDL) or FDT/DTM.
Advanced HART Diagnostics is best viewed and configured using the latest
Device Dashboard interface based on Human Centered Design concepts.
The Device Dashboard can be obtained with DD revision 3051S HDT Dev. 3
Rev. 1.
The following screen shots are taken from Emerson Process Management’s
AMS™ Device Manager, version 10.5. All screens shown are based on the
Device Dashboard interface.
Figure 7-1. Device Dashboard
Figure 7-1 is the landing screen for the 3051S with Advanced HART
Diagnostic Suite. The device status will change if any device alerts are active.
Graphical gauges provide quick reading of the primary purpose variables.
Shortcut buttons are available for the most common tasks.
Diagnostic Action
Settings
Each diagnostic allows the user to select a type of action to take if the
diagnostic is tripped.
None – Transmitter provides no indication that any trip values were exceeded
or the diagnostic is turned off.
Alert Unlatched – Transmitter generates digital HART alert and does not
affect the 4 – 20 mA signal. When conditions return to normal or within
threshold levels, the alert is automatically cleared.
Alert Latched – Transmitter generates digital HART alert and does not affect
the 4 – 20 mA signal. When conditions return to normal, an alert reset is
required to clear the status. This type of alert action is recommended if a 3rd
party alert monitor software is likely to miss alerts due to slow polling of HART
data.
Alarm – Transmitter drives mA output to the configured Failure Alarm level
(HIGH or LOW).
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MONITORING
Introduction
Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM) provides a means for early detection of
abnormal situations in a process environment. The technology is based on
the premise that virtually all dynamic processes have a unique noise or
variation signature when operating normally. Changes in these signatures
may signal that a significant change will occur or has occurred in the process,
process equipment, or transmitter installation. For example, the noise source
may be equipment in the process such as a pump or agitator, the natural
variation in the DP value caused by turbulent flow, or a combination of both.
The sensing of the unique signature begins with the combination of the
Rosemount 3051S pressure transmitter and software resident in the
diagnostic electronics to compute statistical parameters that characterize and
quantify the noise or variation. These statistical parameters are the mean,
standard deviation, and coefficient of variation of the input pressure. Filtering
capability is provided to separate slow changes in the process due to setpoint
changes from the process noise or variation of interest. Figure 7-2 shows an
example of how the standard deviation value is affected by changes in noise
level while the mean or average value remains constant. Figure 7-3 shows an
example of how the coefficient of variation is affected by changes in the
standard deviation and mean.
The calculation of the statistical parameters within the device is accomplished
on a parallel software path used to filter and compute the primary output
signal (such as the 4 - 20 mA output). The primary output is not affected in
any way by this additional capability.
Figure 7-2. Changes in process
noise or variability and affect on
statistical parameters
Standard Deviation increases or decreases with changing noise level.
Process Noise
Standard
Deviation
Mean
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Figure 7-3. CV is the ratio of
Standard Deviation to Mean
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CV is stable if Mean is proportional to Standard Deviation.
Mean
Standard
Deviation
Coefficient of
Variation
SPM provides statistical information to the user in two ways. First, the
statistical parameters can be made available to the host system directly via
HART communication protocol or HART to other protocol converters. Once
available, the system can make use of these statistical parameters to indicate
or detect a change in process conditions. In the simplest example, the
statistical values may be stored in a data historian. If a process upset or
equipment problem occurs, these values can be examined to determine if
changes in the values foreshadowed or indicated the process upset. The
statistical values can then be made available to the operator directly, or made
available to alarm or alert software.
The second way for SPM to provide statistical information is with software
embedded in the 3051S. The 3051S uses SPM to baseline the process noise
or signature via a learning process. Once the learning process is completed,
the user can set thresholds for any of the statistical parameters. The device
itself can then detect significant changes in the noise or variation, and
communicate an alarm via the 4 – 20 mA output and/or alert via HART.
Typical applications are detection of plugged impulse lines, change in fluid
composition, or equipment related problems.
Overview
A block diagram of the SPM diagnostic is shown in Figure 7-4. The pressure
process variable is input to a module where basic high pass filtering is
performed on the pressure signal. The mean (or average) is calculated on the
unfiltered pressure signal, the standard deviation calculated from the filtered
pressure signal. These statistical values are available via HART and handheld
communication devices like the 375 Field Communicator or asset
management software like Emerson Process Management’s AMS™ Device
Manager. The values can also be assigned as secondary variables from the
device for 4-20 mA communication to the user through other devices like the
Smart Wireless THUM or Rosemount 333 HART Tri-loop.
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Figure 7-4. Statistical Process
Monitoring diagnostic resident in
transmitter
Standard Outputs
(4-20 mA / HART)
Learning
Module
Process
Variable
Statistical
Calculations
Module
Baseline
Values
Decision
Module
Statistical Parameters
Resident in Transmitter
Control Inputs
HART alert /
4-20 mA alarm
Outputs
SPM also contains a learning module that establishes the baseline values for
the process. Baseline values are established under user control at conditions
considered normal for the process and installation. These baseline values are
made available to a decision module that compares the baseline values to the
most current statistical values. Based on sensitivity settings and actions
selected by the user via the control input, the diagnostic generates alarms,
alerts, or takes other actions when a significant change is detected in either
value.
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Figure 7-5. Simplified SPM
flowchart
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Learning/Verifying
Monitoring
User Initiatives
Compute mean (X)
and std. dev. (  )
Compute mean,
std. dev. for
3 min.
Change Status
No
System
Stable?
Sufficient
Noise?
No
Yes
“Insufficient
Dynamics”
No
Decrease in
 > 60%?
Yes
No
Compute 2nd
mean, std. dev.
for 3 min.
Yes
No
“Low Variation
Detected”
Increase in
 > 60%?
Yes
System
Stable?
Yes
“High Variation
Detected”
Further detail of the operation of the SPM diagnostic is shown in the
Figure 7-5 flowchart. This is a simplified version showing operation using the
default values. While SPM continuously calculates the mean, standard
deviation, and coefficient of variation values, the learning and decision
modules must be turned on to operate. Once enabled, SPM enters the
learning/verification mode and the status will be “Learning”. The baseline
statistical values are calculated over a period of time controlled by the user
(Learning/Monitoring Period; default is 3 minutes). A check is performed to
make sure that the process has a sufficiently high noise or variability level
(above the low level of internal noise inherent in the transmitter itself). If the
level is too low, the diagnostic will continue to calculate baseline values until
the criteria is satisfied (or turned off). A second set of values is calculated and
compared to the original set to verify that the measured process is stable and
repeatable. During this period, the status will change to “Verifying”. If the
process is stable, the diagnostic will use the last set of values as baseline
values and change to “Monitoring” status. If the process is unstable, the
diagnostic will continue to verify until stability is achieved. The stability criteria
are also user defined.
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In the “Monitoring” mode, statistical values of mean, standard deviation, and
coefficient of variation are continuously calculated, with new values available
every second. When using mean and standard deviation as the SPM
variables, the mean value is compared to the baseline mean value. If the
mean has changed by a significant amount, the diagnostic can automatically
return to the “Learning” mode. The diagnostic does this because a significant
change in mean is likely due to a change in process operation and can result
in a significant change in noise level (i.e. standard deviation) as well. If the
mean has not changed, the standard deviation value is compared to the
baseline value. If the standard deviation has changed significantly and
exceeds configured sensitivity thresholds, this may indicate a change has
occurred in the process, equipment, or transmitter installation and a HART
alert or analog alarm is generated.
For DP flow applications where the mean pressure is likely to change due to
changing process operation, the recommended SPM variable for process
diagnostics is the coefficient of variation. Since the coefficient of variation is
the ratio of standard deviation to mean, it represents normalized process
noise values even when the mean is changing. If the coefficient of variation
changes significantly relative to the baseline and exceeds sensitivity
thresholds, the transmitter can generate a HART alert or analog alarm.
NOTE
SPM diagnostic capability in the Rosemount 3051S HART pressure
transmitter calculates and detects significant changes in statistical parameters
derived from the input pressure signal. These statistical parameters relate to
the variability of and the noise signals present in the pressure signal. It is
difficult to predict specifically which noise sources may be present in a given
pressure measurement application, the specific influence of those noise
sources on the statistical parameters, and the expected changes in the noise
sources at any time. Therefore, Rosemount cannot absolutely warrant or
guarantee that SPM will accurately detect each specific condition under all
circumstances.
Assigning Statistical
Values to Outputs
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 2, 5, 1
The statistical values of mean, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation
can be made available to other systems or data historians via HART
communication. WirelessHART adaptor, such as the Smart Wireless THUM
can also be used to obtain additional variables. Devices that convert HART
variables to analog 4-20 mA outputs, such as the Rosemount 333 Tri-Loop
can also be used.
Statistical values can be assigned to be 2nd variable, 3rd variable, or 4th
variable. This is accomplished through Variable Mapping. See Figure 7-6.
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Figure 7-6. Selection of
statistical values as secondary
variables
SPM Configuration
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 1, 2, 1
For inexperienced users, guided setup is recommended. Guided setup walks
the user through settings that configure the SPM diagnostic for most common
usage and applications.
Figure 7-7. Guided Setup Menu
The rest of the configuration section explains the parameters for manual
configuration of SPM diagnostic.
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Figure 7-8. Statistical Process
Monitoring main screen
The SPM Status screen shows overview information for the diagnostic.
The process for operation of the SPM diagnostic is:
•
Configure the diagnostic using Baseline Configuration and Detection
Configuration screens.
•
Turn on the diagnostic from the SPM Status screen.
The configuration process starts with Baseline Configuration, Figure 7-9 on
page 7-11. The configurable fields are:
SPM Variable:
This is the statistical variable to be used for SPM diagnostic detection.
Stdev & Mean (default)
Standard deviation and mean of the process are calculated. Users can set
independent sensitivity thresholds for both statistical variables.
Coefficient of Variation (CV)
CV is calculated from the ratio of standard deviation to mean and is better
suited for DP flow applications where the mean pressure is likely to
change due to changing process operation. CV puts standard deviation in
context of the mean and is represented as a % value.
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Figure 7-9. Baseline
Configuration screen
Learn/Monitor Period:
This is the learning and monitoring time period that SPM diagnostic uses to
sample the pressure signal. The mean and standard deviation or coefficient of
variation values determined during the learning period will become the
Baseline values. Decreasing this period can speed up the set up time and is
recommended for stable process operations. Increasing this value will give a
better baseline value for noisier processes. If false trips for “High Variation
Detected” are occurring due to rapid changes in the process and statistical
value, increasing the learning period is recommended. The
Learning/Monitoring Period is always set in minutes. The default value is 3
minutes and the valid range is 1 to 60 minutes.
Figure 7-10 illustrates the effect of Learn/Monitor Period on the statistical
calculations. Notice how a shorter sampling window of 3 minutes captures
more variation (e.g. plot looks noisier) in the trend. With the longer sampling
window of 10 minutes, the trend looks smoother because SPM uses process
data sampled over a longer period of time.
Figure 7-10. Effect of
Learn/Monitor Period on
Statistical Values
3 min.
5 min.
10 min.
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Power Interruption Action
This is used to direct what the diagnostic should do in the case of a power
interruption or if the diagnostic is manually disabled and then enabled. The
options are:
Monitor (default)
When SPM restarts, the diagnostic returns to the Monitoring mode
immediately and uses the baseline values computed before the
interruption.
Relearn
When SPM restarts, the diagnostic enters the Learning mode and will
recalculate new baseline values.
Low Pressure Cut-off
This is the minimum pressure required to operate the diagnostic with
Coefficient of Variation selected as the statistical variable. The coefficient of
variation is a ratio of standard deviation to mean and is defined for non-zero
mean values. When the mean value is near zero, the coefficient of variation is
sensitive to small changes in the mean, limiting its usefulness. Default value
is 1% of upper sensor limit.
Insufficient Variability
The SPM diagnostic uses process noise to baseline the process and detect
abnormal situations. Typically the Insufficient Variability check is on to ensure
there is sufficient noise for proper operation. In a quiet application with very
minimal process noise, this setting can be turned off. The default setting is
ON.
Parameter
Definition
On (default)
Off
Perform insufficient variation check
Do not perform insufficient variation check
Standard Deviation Difference, Mean Difference
If these difference values are exceeded during the Verification mode, SPM
diagnostic will not start Monitoring mode and will continue verifying the
baseline. If SPM diagnostic will not leave the Verification mode, these values
should be increased. If the diagnostic still remains in the Verification mode
with the highest level, the Learning/Monitoring period should be increased.
Table 7-1. Standard Deviation Verification Criteria
Parameter
Definition
None
10%
Do not perform any verification checks for standard deviation.
If the difference between baseline standard deviation value and the
verification value exceeds 10%, diagnostic will stay in Verification
mode.
If the difference between baseline standard deviation value and the
verification value exceeds 20%, diagnostic will stay in Verification
mode.
If the difference between baseline standard deviation value and the
verification value exceeds 30%, diagnostic will stay in Verification
mode.
20% (default)
30%
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Table 7-2. Mean Verification Criteria
Parameter
Definition
None
3 Stdev (default)
Do not perform any verification checks for mean.
If the difference between baseline mean value and the verification
value exceeds 3 standard deviations, diagnostic will stay in Verification
mode.
If the difference between baseline mean value and the verification
value exceeds 6 standard deviations, diagnostic will stay in Verification
mode.
If the difference between baseline mean value and the verification
value exceeds 2%, diagnostic will stay in Verification mode.
6 Stdev
2%
The Detection Configuration screen (Figure 7-11 and Figure 7-12) allows for
configuration of sensitivity threshold values for tripping the diagnostic and
how to receive the HART alert or analog alarm.
Figure 7-11. Detection
Configuration screen for
Standard Deviation & Mean
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Figure 7-12. Detection
Configuration screen for
Coefficient of Variation
Standard Deviation Sensitivity, Mean Sensitivity
Shows the current sensitivity level for detecting changes in standard deviation
or mean. Users can choose from preset values of High, Medium, and Low.
Custom sensitivity levels can also be configured.
Coefficient of Variation Sensitivity
Shows the current sensitivity level for detecting changes in the coefficient of
variation. Users can choose from preset values of High, Medium, and Low.
Custom sensitivity levels can also be configured.
Figure 7-13 illustrates the differences in preset sensitivity limits of High,
Medium, and Low. The preset High sensitivity setting (e.g. 20%) will cause the
SPM diagnostic to be more sensitive to changes in the process profile. The
preset Low sensitivity setting (e.g. 80%) will cause the SPM diagnostic to be
less sensitive as a much greater change in the process profile is needed to
trip the alert.
Figure 7-13. Preset sensitivity
levels
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Threshold Value
If sensitivity is Custom, this field will display the custom sensitivity setting as
% change from the baseline value.
Configure Sensitivity
This button launches a window for entering sensitivity settings.
Table 7-3. Standard Deviation Sensitivity Choices
Parameter
Definition
Low
Medium (default)
High
Custom
80% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
60% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
40% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
Adjustable from 1 to 10000%
Table 7-4. Mean Sensitivity Choices
Parameter
DP
GP/AP
Low
40% of baseline or 4% of span,
whichever is greater
20% of baseline or 2% of span,
whichever is greater
10% of baseline or 1% of span,
whichever is greater
Adjustable from 1 to 10000% of
value
20% of span
Medium (default)
High
Custom
10% of span
5% of span
Adjustable from 1 to 10000% of
span
Table 7-5. Coefficient of Variation Sensitivity Choices
Parameter
Definition
Low
Medium (default)
High
Custom
80% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
40% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
20% change from baseline value will trip the diagnostic
Adjustable from 1 to 10000%
Alert Delay
This value specifies the amount of delay from when the transmitter detects a
deviation of the sensitivity threshold to generating an alert or alarm. The
default value is 60 seconds and valid range is 0 to 3600 seconds. Increasing
the alert delay helps to avoid false detections resulting from the standard
deviation or CV exceeding the threshold only momentarily.
High Detection Message
Customizable message field related to standard deviation / coefficient of
variation crossing the upper threshold value. This message can be used to
describe the abnormal process condition or provide additional details for
troubleshooting. Message will appear along with the High Variation or High
CV Detected alert. Character limit is 32 including spaces.
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Low Detection Message
Customizable message field related to standard deviation / coefficient of
variation crossing the lower threshold value. This message can be used to
describe the abnormal process condition or provide additional details for
troubleshooting. Message will appear along with the Low Variation or Low CV
Detected alert. Character limit is 32 including spaces.
Mean Change Message
Customizable message field related to mean value crossing either the upper
or lower threshold value. This message can be used to describe the abnormal
process condition or provide additional details for troubleshooting. Message
will appear along with the Mean Change Detected alert. Character limit is 32
including spaces.
Operation
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
1, 3, 2
Figure 7-14. SPM diagnostic can
be activated from the SPM
Status screen
Turning On the SPM Diagnostic
The SPM diagnostic is enabled by selecting On for “SPM Mode”, shown on
Figure 7-14. Upon enabling SPM, the diagnostic will automatically begin
“Learning” with the following exception: if valid baseline values have been
previously established and “Monitor” has been selected as the option for
Power Interruption on the Baseline Configuration screen, then the diagnostic
will bypass Learning and begin Monitoring immediately. The diagnostic status
will stay in the Learning mode for the Learning Period specified on the
Baseline Configuration screen. After the learning period is complete, the
Mode will change to Verifying and a blue line will appear on the charts
indicating the learned baseline value. Upon completion of the Verify mode, the
diagnostic will use the parameters selected on the Verification Criteria page to
validate the baseline value. After the Verifying period the Mode will switch to
Monitoring and grey lines that indicate the sensitivity setting will appear on the
charts.
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Reset
If SPM trip action is set to “Alert Latched”, clicking on Reset will clear the alert
when process conditions are back to normal or baseline.
Relearn
Clicking this button will cause SPM to relearn the process condition and
establish a new baseline. Manually performing a relearn is recommended if
the process profile has been intentionally changed to a new set point.
Figure 7-15. Operational Values
screen
The Operational Values screen contains the parameter values used in the
SPM diagnostic.
Standard Deviation
This is the current value of standard deviation. This value is continuously
calculated and can be provided as a secondary variable.
Mean
This is the current value of mean. This value is continuously calculated
and can be provided as a secondary variable.
Coefficient of Variation
This is the current value for coefficient of variation. The CV is derived from
the ratio of standard deviation to mean. This value is continuously
calculated and can be provided as a secondary variable.
Number of Relearns
This is the number of times SPM relearn has been initiated by the user or
via automatic relearn.
Detection
If the SPM diagnostic detects a Standard Deviation, Mean, or Coefficient of
Variation change outside the threshold values, the SPM Status box will
indicate “Detection”, followed by the type of detection.
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The LCD will also indicate the diagnostic condition. The “Time Since
Detection” clock in the Time Stamp box will start incrementing until the
statistical value is returned to normal. If the diagnostic alert is latched, the
“Time Since Detection” clock will continue to increment until the alert is reset
or SPM diagnostic is turned off.
Interpreting Results
The SPM diagnostic can be used to detect installation, process and
equipment changes, or problems. However, as the diagnostic is based on
detecting changes in process noise or variability, there are many possible
reasons or sources for the change in values and detection. Following are
some possible causes and solutions if a diagnostic event is detected:
Table 7-6. Possible causes of SPM diagnostic events
Detection Type
LCD Display
Potential Cause
Corrective Action
High Variation
Detected / High
CV Detected
HIGH VARIA /
HIGH CV
Plugged impulse line (DP only).
Follow facility procedure to check for and clear plugged
impulse lines. Both lines must be checked as the SPM
diagnostic cannot determine if the plug is on the high or low
side. Conditions that lead to plugging on one side may lead to
an eventual plug on the other side.
a) If aeration is undesired, take necessary steps to eliminate
aeration.
b) If the measurement is DP flow and aeration is not desired,
move primary element to another location in the process piping
to ensure it remains full (no air) under all conditions.
If liquid is undesired, take necessary steps to eliminate liquid in
gas or steam flow.
If some liquid is normal, and error correction in the gas flow
measurement is being done (such as an over-reading in wet
natural gas measurements), you may need to determine the
volume fraction of the liquid (e.g. using a test separator) and a
new error correction factor for the gas flow measurement.
If solids are undesired, take necessary steps to eliminate.
Aeration or aeration increase
(liquid flow).
Liquid present or amount of liquid
increased (gas or steam flow).
High Variation
Detected
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Solids present or solids level
increased.
Control loop problem
(valve stiction, controller issue,
etc.).
Process or equipment change or
problem has resulted in an
increase in the pressure noise
level.
Rapid change of process variable
mean value.
Review control valve or loop for control problems.
Check process equipment.
Rapid changes in the process variable can result in indication
of high variation. If undesired, increase Alert Delay value
(default is 60 seconds). Increase the Learn/Monitor period
(default is 3 minutes).
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Table 7-6. Possible causes of SPM diagnostic events
Detection Type
LCD Display
Potential Cause
Low Variation
Detected / Low
CV Detected
LOW VARIA / LOW
CV
Plugged impulse line
(DP/AP/GP).
Mean Change
Detected
MEAN CHANGE
Corrective Action
Follow facility procedure to check for and clear plugged
impulse lines. Both lines must be checked as the SPM
diagnostic cannot determine if the plug is on the high or low
side
(DP devices only). Conditions that lead to plugging on one side
may lead to an eventual plug on the other side.
Aeration decrease.
If decrease is normal, reset and relearn. If not, check process
and equipment for change in operating conditions.
Decrease of liquid content in gas
If decrease is normal, reset and relearn. If not, check process
or steam flow.
and equipment for change in operating conditions.
Decrease in solids content.
If decrease is normal, reset and relearn. If not, check process
and equipment for change in operating conditions.
Reduction in variability in process. If decrease is normal, reset and relearn. If not, check process
and equipment for change in operating conditions. For
example, a stuck control valve can reduce variability.
Significant process setpoint
If change is normal, reset and relearn. Consider changing
change.
mean change detection to automatically relearn. If change is
not expected, check process and equipment for change in
operating conditions.
NOTE
Rosemount cannot absolutely warrant or guarantee that Statistical Process
Monitoring will accurately detect each specific abnormal condition under all
circumstances. Standard maintenance procedures and safety precautions
should not be ignored because SPM diagnostic is enabled.
Troubleshooting the SPM
Diagnostic
Users are encouraged to pretest the SPM diagnostic if possible. For example,
if the diagnostic is to be used to detect plugged impulse lines, and if root
valves are present in the installation, the user should set up the diagnostic as
described earlier, and then alternately close the high and the low side root
valve to simulate a plugged impulse line. Using the SPM Status screen, the
user can then note the changes to the standard deviation or coefficient of
variation under the closed conditions and adjust the sensitivity values as
needed.
Table 7-7. Possible SPM issues and resolutions
SPM Diagnostic Issue
Action
SPM diagnostic status indicates insufficient
variability and will not leave learning or
verifying mode
Process has very low noise. Turn off insufficient
variability check (Verification Criteria screen).
SPM diagnostic will be unable to detect a
significant decrease in noise level.
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Table 7-7. Possible SPM issues and resolutions
SPM Diagnostic Issue
Action
SPM diagnostic will not leave verifying
mode
Process is unstable. Increase learning sensitivity
checks (Verification Criteria screen). If this does
not correct the issue, increase the learning
verification period to match or exceed the cycle
time of the instability of the process. If maximum
time does not correct the problem, process is not
a candidate for SPM diagnostic. Correct stability
issue or turn off diagnostic.
With the condition present, but the process
operating, go to the SPM Status or Operational
Values screen and note the current statistical
values and compare to the baseline and
threshold values. Adjust the sensitivity values
until a trip of the diagnostic occurs.
The most likely cause is a fast change in the
value of the process variable. Direction of the
change is not important. Increase the
learning/monitoring period to better filter out
increases in standard deviation.
SPM diagnostic does not detect a known
condition
SPM diagnostic indicates “High Variation
Detected” when no diagnostic event has
occurred
POWER ADVISORY
Introduction
The Power Advisory diagnostic provides a means to detect issues that may
jeopardize the integrity of the electrical loop. Some examples are: water
entering the wiring compartment and makes contact with the terminals, an
unstable power supply nearing end of life, or heavy corrosion on the
terminals.
This technology is based on the premise that once a transmitter is installed
and powered up, the electrical loop has a baseline characteristic that reflects
the proper installation. If the transmitter terminal voltage deviates from the
baseline and outside the user configured threshold, the 3051S can generate a
HART alert or analog alarm.
To make use of this diagnostic, the user must first create a baseline
characteristic for the electrical loop after the transmitter has been installed.
The loop is automatically characterized with the push of a button. This creates
a linear relationship for expected terminal voltage values along the operating
region from 4 – 20 mA, see Figure 7-16.
Terminal Voltage
Figure 7-16. Baseline operating
region
Volts
4 mA
20 mA
Output Current
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The transmitter is shipped with Power Advisory off as default and without any
loop characterization performed. Once the transmitter is installed and
powered up, loop characterization must be performed for Power Advisory
diagnostic to function.
When the user initiates a loop characterization, the transmitter will check to
see if the loop has sufficient power for proper operation. Then the transmitter
will drive the analog output to both 4mA and 20mA to establish a baseline and
determine the maximum allowable terminal voltage deviation. Once this is
complete, the user enters a sensitivity threshold called “Terminal Voltage
Deviation Limit” and a check is in place to make sure this threshold value is
valid.
Once the loop has been characterized and Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit is
set, Power Advisory actively monitors the electrical loop for deviations from
the baseline. If the terminal voltage has changed relative to the expected
baseline value, exceeding the configured Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit,
the transmitter can generate an alert or alarm.
NOTE
Power Advisory diagnostic in the Rosemount 3051S HART pressure
transmitter monitors and detects changes in the terminal voltage from
expected values to detect common failures. It is not possible to predict and
detect all types of electrical failures on the 4-20mA output. Therefore,
Rosemount cannot absolutely warrant or guarantee that Power Advisory
Diagnostic will accurately detect failures under all circumstances.
Configuration
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 1, 2, 2
For inexperienced users, guided setup is recommended. Guided setup walks
the user through settings that configure the Power Advisory diagnostic for
most common usage and applications.
Figure 7-17. Guided Setup
Menu
The rest of the configuration section explains the parameters for manual
configuration of Power Advisory diagnostic.
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Figure 7-18. Manual
configuration of Power Advisory
main screen
The Power Advisory configuration screen allows users to characterize the
loop and configure the Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit and the Action. Two
instances of loop characterization data are recorded and presented on this
screen: “Baseline” and “Previous Baseline”. Baseline represents values from
the most recent loop characterization whereas Previous Baseline represents
values recorded prior to the most recent characterization.
Terminal Voltage
This field shows the current terminal voltage value in Volts. The terminal
voltage is a dynamic value and is directly related to the mA output value.
Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit +/The Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit should be set large enough that
“expected” voltage changes do not cause false failures. The default value of
1.5V will accommodate typical deviation of customer power supply voltage
and loop tests (amp meters connected across the test diode on the terminal
block). This value should be increased if your loop has additional “expected”
variation.
Figure 7-19. Voltage Deviation
Limit
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Severe changes in the electrical loop may inhibit HART communication or the ability to
reach alarm values. Therefore, Rosemount cannot absolutely warrant or guarantee that
the correct Failure Alarm level (HIGH or LOW) can be read by the host system at the
time of annunciation.
Resistance
This value is the calculated resistance of the electrical loop (in Ohms)
measured during the Characterize Loop procedure. Changes in the
resistance may occur due to changes in the physical condition of the loop
installation. Baseline and Previous Baselines can be compared to see how
much resistance has changed over time.
Power Supply
This value is the calculated power supply voltage of the electrical loop (in
Volts) measured during the Characterize Loop procedure. Changes in this
value may occur due to degraded performance of the power supply. Baseline
and Previous Baselines can be compared to see how much the power supply
has changed over time.
Characterization Time Stamp
This is the time stamp or elapsed time of the loop characterization event. All
time values are non-volatile and displayed in the following format:
YY:DDD:hh:mm:ss (years:days:hours:minutes:seconds).
Characterize Loop
Loop characterization must be initiated when the transmitter is first installed or
when electrical loop characteristics have been intentionally altered. Examples
include more transmitters being added onto the loop, modified power supply
level or loop resistance of the system, changing the terminal block on the
transmitter, or adding the Smart Wireless THUM to the transmitter. Another
case of required re-characterization is if the diagnostic electronics is taken out
of an existing 3051S transmitter and placed in a new 3051S installed on a
different loop.
NOTE
Power Advisory diagnostic is not recommended for transmitters operating in
HART Burst Mode (fixed current mode) or multidrop.
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Troubleshooting
Table 7-8. Possible Power Advisory issues and resolutions
Issue
Resolution
Transmitter automatically
resets upon annunciation
of HIGH alarm.
Transmitter does not
generate LOW alarm
value when it should.
The loop has been severely degraded and the transmitter does not
have enough voltage to generate a HIGH alarm. Transmitter reset
will create a low off-scale reading. Repair damaged loop.
The loop has been severely degraded and the host system is not
able to read the proper mA output from the transmitter. This may
occur if water floods the terminal compartment and “shorts out” the
+ to – terminals or the terminals to chassis. This is most likely to
occur if the loop resistor is connected to the + side of the power
supply. Repair the damaged loop. Consider setting alarm direction
to HIGH.
The loop has been severely degraded and the host system is not
able to read the proper mA output from the transmitter. This may
occur if water floods the terminal compartment and “shorts out” the
+ to – terminals or the terminals to chassis. This is most likely to
occur if the loop resistor is connected to the – side of the power
supply and is earth grounded. Repair the damaged loop. Consider
setting alarm direction to LOW.
Diagnostic will not trip if loop characterization was performed when
the loop was already damaged. Repair damaged loop and
re-characterize.
Re-characterize the loop and compare the baseline with the
previous baseline. Resistance changes may indicate poor or
intermittent connections. Power supply voltage changes may
indicate unstable supply. Test for the presence of AC voltage using
an AC DVM or oscilloscope. Adding an amp meter across the test
diode will cause voltage changes of up to 1V. If all conditions look
acceptable, increase the terminal voltage deviation.
Transmitter does not
generate HIGH alarm
value.
Diagnostic does not
detect a damaged loop.
Diagnostic is detecting
false alarms or alerts.
DIAGNOSTIC LOG
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
Overview
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The Diagnostic Log provides a history of the last ten transmitter alerts and
time stamp of when they occurred. This allows the user to reference a
sequence of events or alerts to aid the troubleshooting process. The log
prioritizes and manages the alerts in a first-in, first-out manner. This log is
stored in the non-volatile internal memory of the 3051S transmitter. If power is
removed from transmitter, the log remains intact and can be viewed again
when powered up.
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Figure 7-20. Diagnostic Log
Figure 7-20 shows the Diagnostic Log screen where a set of ten events and
time stamp can be seen.
Status Event
This is the name of the event that was recorded in the transmitter. Table 7-9
shows a list of possible status events that can be recorded.
Table 7-9. Possible status events for Diagnostic Log
Alert / Status
Criticality
CPU Error Set, Cleared
Electronics Failure Set, Cleared
Field Device Malfunction Set, Cleared
HW/SW Incompatibility Set, Cleared
mA Output Diagnostic Alert Set, Cleared
NV Error Set, Cleared
Pressure Not Updating Set, Cleared
RAM Error Set, Cleared
ROM Error Set, Cleared
Sensor Failure Set, Cleared
Stack Overflow Set, Cleared
SW Flow Control Error Set, Cleared
Transmitter Power Consumption Alert Set, Cleared
Analog Output Fixed Set, Cleared
Analog Output Saturated Set, Cleared
Power Advisory Diagnostic Alert Set, Cleared
Pressure Out of Limits Set, Cleared
Sensor Trim Mode Set, Cleared
Temperature Compensation Error Set, Cleared
Temperature Not Updating Set, Cleared
Cold Start Cleared
High CV Change Set, Cleared
Key Error Set, Cleared
LCD Update Error Set, Cleared
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Failed
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
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Table 7-9. Possible status events for Diagnostic Log
Alert / Status
Criticality
Low CV Change Set, Cleared
New Sensor Set, Cleared
Pressure Alert Set, Cleared
Scaled Variable Low Flow Set, Cleared
Service Alert Set, Cleared
SPM High Variation Set, Cleared
SPM Low Pressure Cutoff Set, Cleared
SPM Low Variation Set, Cleared
SPM Mean Change Detected Set, Cleared
Stuck Key Set, Cleared
Temperature Alert Set, Cleared
Temperature Out of Limits Set, Cleared
Transmitter Startup
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
Advisory
NOTE:
It is recommended that transmitters showing “Failed” status should be
replaced.
Time Since
This is the time stamp or elapsed time of the status event. All time values are
non-volatile and displayed in the following format: YY:DDD:hh:mm:ss
(years:days:hours:minutes:seconds).
Clear Log
This button launches a method to clear the status events in the Diagnostic
Log.
VARIABLE LOGGING
Overview
Variable Logging can be used in a number of ways. The first function is the
logging and time-stamping of the minimum and maximum pressures and
module temperatures. The second function is logging and time-stamping of
over pressure or over temperature conditions, events that could have an
effect on the life of the transmitter. Figure 7-21 shows the Pressure Variable
Logging screen. Figure 7-22 shows the Temperature Variable Logging
screen.
Pressure Variable Log
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
3, 2, 2
Minimum, Maximum Pressure
The meters indicate the lowest and highest pressure the transmitter has
measured since the last time the value was cleared. Time Since Event
indicates the elapsed time since the min/max pressure was measured.
Both the Min and Max values can be reset independently. Clicking on Reset
All Pressure Events will reset the Time Since Event clock and sets the
pressure to the currently measured value.
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Figure 7-21. Pressure Variable
Logging screen
Time Outside Sensor Limits gives the operator/maintenance personnel an
indication of possible misapplication of the transmitter. The Lower and Upper
operate the same. They both include a Time Since 1st Event, Number of
Events, and Total time.
Total Time Above / Below
This is the accumulated time the pressure sensor has been in an
over-pressure condition. This elapsed total time is independent of the number
of events or frequency; it is the total or sum time the transmitter was in this
condition. These values are not resettable.
Time Since 1st Event
The elapsed time since the first over-pressure was detected. This time can be
reset by clicking the Reset Time Since 1st Events button.
Number of Events
This is the number of times the pressure sensor has been in an over-pressure
condition. These values are not resettable.
Reset Time Since 1st Events
Selecting this reset will set the Since 1st Event for both Above Upper Sensor
Limit and Below Lower Sensor Limit to zero.
Reset All Pressure Events
Selecting this will reset all values on this screen to zero with the exception of
Total Operating Time, the Total Time above and below sensor limit, and the
Number of Events for above and below sensor limit.
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Temperature Variable
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Minimum, Maximum Temperature
The meter indicates the lowest and highest temperature the transmitter has
measured since the last time the value was cleared. The Time Since Event
indicates the elapsed time since that temperature was measured.
Both the Min and Max values can be reset independently. Clicking on Reset
All Temperature Events will reset the Time Since Event clock and sets the
temperature to the currently measured value.
Figure 7-22. Temperature
Variable Logging screen
Time Outside Sensor Limits gives the operator/maintenance personnel an
indication of possible misapplication of the transmitter. The Lower and Upper
operate the same. They both include a Time Since 1st Event, Number of
Events, and Total time.
Total Time Above / Below
This is the accumulated time the temperature sensor has been in an overtemperature condition. This elapsed total time is independent of the number
of events or frequency; it is the total or sum time the transmitter was in this
condition. These values are not resettable.
Time Since 1st Event
The elapsed time since the first over- temperature was detected. This time
can be reset by clicking the Reset Time Since 1st Events button.
Number of Events
This is the number of times the temperature sensor has been in an overtemperature condition. These values are not resettable.
Reset Time Since 1st Events
Selecting this reset will set the Since 1st Event for both Above Upper Sensor
Limit and Below Lower Sensor Limit to zero.
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Reset All Temperature Events
Selecting this will reset all values on this screen to zero with the exception of
Total Operating Time, the Total Time above and below sensor limit, and the
Number of Events for above and below sensor limit.
PROCESS ALERTS
Overview
Process alerts can be used in addition to alarm or alerts generated in the
control system to indicate problems with the process or installation.
Pressure Alerts
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 3, 4, 1
Figure 7-23. Process Pressure
Alerts screen
Figure 7-23 shows the configuration section for Pressure Alert. If applied
pressure goes above or below the alert values, the LCD will indicate a
pressure alert and a HART alert will be generated by the transmitter. An active
alert will not affect the transmitter’s 4 – 20 mA output signal.
Alert Mode
This setting dictates whether the diagnostic is On or Off. Selecting “On
Unlatched” will generate a HART alert when the alert values are tripped.
When pressure returns to normal and within the alert limits, the alert is
automatically cleared. Selecting “On Latched” will generate the same HART
alert but will require a manual reset to clear the alert.
Latched alert action is recommended if 3rd party alert monitor software is
likely to miss alerts due to slow polling of HART data.
High Alert Value / Low Alert Value
These are independent trip values for the diagnostic. These values are
represented on the graph by the red lines.
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Total Event Time (High / Low)
These fields show the total time the transmitter’s input pressure was above
the High Alert Value or below the Low Alert Value.
Time Since 1st Event (High / Low)
This is the elapsed time since the first Pressure Alert event for High Alert
Value and Low Alert Value. Subsequent events will increment the Total Event
Time values but this value will remain unchanged.
Number of Events (High / Low)
This is the number of times the transmitter’s input pressure was above the
High Alert Value or below the Low Alert Value.
Reset Alert Events
Selecting this will reset all time stamp values and number of events to zero.
Temperature Alerts
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
2, 3, 4, 2
Figure 7-24. Module
Temperature Alert screen
Figure 7-24 shows the configuration section for Temperature Alert. If ambient
temperature goes above or below the alert values, the LCD will indicate a
temperature alert and a HART alert will be generated by the transmitter. An
active alert will not affect the transmitter’s 4 – 20 mA output signal.
Alert Mode
This setting dictates whether the diagnostic is On or Off. Selecting “On
Unlatched” will generate a HART alert when the alert values are tripped.
When temperature returns to normal and within the alert limits, the alert is
automatically cleared. Selecting “On Latched” will generate the same HART
alert but will require a manual reset to clear the alert.
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Latched alert action is recommended if 3rd party alert monitor software is
likely to miss alerts due to slow polling of HART data.
High Alert Value / Low Alert Value
These are independent trip values for the diagnostic. These values are
represented on the graph by the red lines.
Total Event Time (High / Low)
These fields show the total time the transmitter’s module temperature was
above the High Alert Value or below the Low Alert Value.
Time Since 1st Event (High / Low)
This is the elapsed time since the first Temperature Alert event for High Alert
Value and Low Alert Value. Subsequent events will increment the Total Event
Time values but this value will remain unchanged.
Number of Events (High / Low)
This is the number of times the transmitter’s module temperature was above
the High Alert Value or below the Low Alert Value.
Reset Alert Events
Selecting this will reset all time stamp values and number of events to zero.
SERVICE ALERTS
Device Dashboard
Fast Keys
Overview
2, 3, 5
Service Alert can be used to generate a time-based HART alert with
customizable message. This can be used to remind personnel when to
perform maintenance on the transmitter. When the alert is generated, the LCD
will indicate “TIMER ALERT” and a HART alert will be generated by the
transmitter. An active alert will not affect the transmitter’s 4 – 20 mA output
signal.
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Figure 7-25. Service Alert
screen
Time Remaining
Amount of time remaining before the HART alert is generated. This value
begins counting down to zero as soon as the diagnostic is turned on. Time
Remaining can be configured in terms of number of Years, Days, and Hours.
If transmitter loses power, Time Remaining will not continue to count down.
Once powered up again, the timer resumes operation.
Message
User customizable message associated to the Service Alert. The message
field can contain up to 32 alphanumeric characters and is stored in the
non-volatile memory of the transmitter.
Alert Mode
This indicates whether the diagnostic is turned On or Off.
Configure
This method controls the Alert Mode of the diagnostic and allows for
configuration of timer and message.
Reset Alert
Selecting this will reset the Time Remaining value and start the count down
process again.
DEVICE DIAGNOSTICS
Overview
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transmitter fails, the 3051S HART Diagnostic transmitter has predictive device
diagnostics that detect issues in the electronics that may result in on-scale
failure.
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Figure 7-26. Device Diagnostics
screen
mA Output Diagnostic
The mA Output Diagnostic measures the actual 4 – 20 mA output from the
transmitter’s Digital-to-Analog converter and compares it against the output
by the transmitter’s microprocessor. If the measured value deviates from the
expected value by 2% or more, the diagnostic will generate an alarm or alert.
NOTE
The default trip action for mA Output Diagnostic is set to Alarm. For use in
SIS, the trip action must not be changed or the proper safety coverage stated
on the FMEDA will not be realized.
Transmitter Power
Consumption
Transmitter Power Consumption diagnostic monitors for excessive current
draw by the transmitter. This diagnostic is used to detect a potential on-scale
failure due to current leakage or failing electronics.
NOTE
If trip action is set to Alarm, the transmitter will drive the 4 – 20 mA output to
fail HIGH regardless of the alarm direction configured by the alarm switch.
SMART WIRELESS
THUM ADAPTER
CONFIGURATION
Overview
Many older legacy control systems that only use analog can not take full
advantage of HART diagnostics or additional process variables. The Smart
Wireless THUM Adapter can transmit up to four process variables and
additional HART status information at the user configurable update rate. The
selectable process variables are Pressure, Module Temperature, Scaled
Variable, Standard Deviation, Mean, and Coefficient of Variation.
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Installation and
Commissioning
Below are the four major steps to commission the 3051S HART Diagnostics
transmitter and THUM. Further detail on these steps can be found in the
Smart Wireless THUM Adapter instruction manual (p/n 00809-0100-4075).
1. Check the 3051S variable assignments (2nd, 3rd, and 4th variable) and
remap as necessary to assign variables intended for use with the THUM.
2. Configure the Network ID and Join Key in order for the THUM to join
wireless network.
3. Configure Update Rate for the THUM. This is frequency at which HART
data is taken and transmitted over the wireless network.
4. Connect the 3051S to the THUM, as shown in Figure 7-27 on page 7-34,
and make sure there is at least 250 Ohms resistance in the loop.
Figure 7-27. Wiring Diagram for
2-Wire Device
THUM Adapter
Wired Device
Green
Ground
Red
4-20 mA Loop +
Black
4-20 mA Loop -
White
Yellow
Splice Connector
- PWR / COMM
+ PWR / COMM
NOTE
The Smart Wireless THUM Adapter has a minimum update rate of 8 seconds
and may not capture alerts that appeared in between updates. It is
recommended to set diagnostic trip action to “Alert Latched” to minimize
chance of missed alerts in between updates.
NOTE
When using Power Advisory Diagnostic and the THUM to detect changes on
the electrical loop, a re-characterization of the loop must be performed when
the THUM is installed for the first time.
ROSEMOUNT 333
HART TRI-LOOP
CONFIGURATION
Overview
The Rosemount 333 HART Tri-Loop can be used in conjunction with the
Rosemount 3051S with Advanced HART Diagnostics to acquire up to three
more variables via 4-20mA analog signals. The additional three outputs are
selected by the user and can include: Pressure, Temperature, Scaled
Variable, Standard Deviation, Mean, or Coefficient of Variation.
Installation and
Commissioning
Below are the four major steps to commission the 3051S and Tri-Loop.
Further detail on these steps can be found in the Tri-Loop Instruction manual
(document number 00809-0100-4757).
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1. Check the 3051S variable mapping and remap as necessary to assign
the three variables intended to be the Tri-Loop output. Take note of the
variable information including variable, variable name, and variable units
as it will be necessary to duplicate this exactly in the Tri-Loop for proper
operation. Some useful variables for process diagnostics include
Standard Deviation, Mean, Coefficient of Variation, and Sensor
Temperature.
NOTE
The measured pressure will continue to be reported as a 4 – 20 mA value via
the primary variable output.
2. Connect the 3051S to the 333 Tri-Loop. The 3051S 4-20mA output
connects to the 333 Burst Input. See Figure 7-28.
Figure 7-28. 333 Tri-Loop Wiring
Diagram
HAZARDOUS
AREA
DIN
Rail Mounted
HART Trip-Loop
Ch. 3
Ch. 2
Ch. 1
Burst Input
to Tri-Loop
Each Tri-Loop
Channel
receives
power from
Control Room
Channel 1 must
be powered for
the Tri-Loop to
operate
Rosemount 3051S
RL 250 
HART Burst Command 3/
Analog Output
Device
receives power
from Control
Room
Intrinsically Safe Barrier
Control Room
NON HAZARDOUS AREA
3. Configure the Tri-Loop. The Channel configuration must be identical to
the variables mapped in the 3051S. Note: The Tri Loop default address
is 1. The HART host must be configured to Poll for the 333 in order to
find the Tri-Loop.
4. Enable Burst mode in the 3051S. The Burst Mode must be ON and the
Burst Option must be set to Process Vars/Crnt.
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SAFETY
INSTRUMENTED
SYSTEMS (SIS)
CERTIFICATION
The safety-critical output of the 3051S with Advanced HART Diagnostic is
provided through a two-wire, 4 - 20 mA signal representing pressure. The
3051S safety certified pressure transmitter is certified to: Low Demand; Type
B.
SIL 2 for random integrity @ HFT=0
SIL 3 for random integrity @ HFT=1
SIL 3 for systematic integrity
3051S Safety Certified
Identification
All 3051S transmitters must be identified as safety certified before installing
into SIS systems.
NOTE
There are three versions of safety certified 3051S pressure transmitters. For
transmitters with a yellow SIS circuit board installed (Output code B), please
refer to Manual Supplement 00809-0700-4801. For transmitters without the
Advanced HART Diagnostics circuit board installed, please refer to Section 6:
Safety Instrumented Systems.
To identify a safety certified 3051S with Advanced HART Diagnostics:
1. Connect a HART host to the transmitter.
2. Check transmitter Revision numbers to verify that Electronics SW rev is
10 or higher and Sensor SW rev is 5 or higher.
Fast Key Sequence - 1, 3, 5, 3
Revision Numbers
Field Device
3
Electronics Software
10 or higher
Electronics Hardware
1
Sensor Software
5 or higher
3. Verify that option code DA2 is included in the transmitter model code.
3051S SIS Installation
No special installation is required in addition to the standard installation
practices outlined in this document. Always ensure a proper seal by installing
the electronics housing cover(s).
Environmental limits are available in the 3051S Product Data Sheet
(document number 00813-0100-4801). This document can be found at
http://www2.emersonprocess.com/en-US/brands/rosemount/Documentation-and-Drawings/Prod
uct-Data-Sheets/Pages/index.aspx
The loop should be designed so the terminal voltage does not drop below
12.0 Vdc when the transmitter output is 23.0 mA.
Security switch should be in the “ON” position during normal operation. See
Figure 7-30 on page 7-38.
3051S SIS
Commissioning
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Use any HART-compliant master to communicate with and verify
configuration of the 3051S Safety Certified transmitter with Advanced HART
Diagnostics.
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For more information on the 375 Field Communicator see document
00809-0100-4276. AMS help can be found in the AMS on-line guides within
the AMS system.
NOTE
Transmitter output is not safety-rated during the following: configuration
changes, multidrop, and loop test. Alternative means should be used to
ensure process safety during transmitter configuration and maintenance
activities.
Statistical Process Monitoring and Power Advisory Diagnostics are shipped
with a default configuration. Both these diagnostics must be configured and
the trip action set to Alarm before any additional diagnostic coverage can be
realized. The default trip action for mA Output Diagnostic is set to Alarm and
must not be changed or proper diagnostic coverage will not be realized.
Damping
User-selected damping will affect the transmitters ability to respond to
changes in the applied process. The damping value + response time should
not exceed the loop requirements.
Fast Key Sequence - 2, 2, 1, 1, 3
Alarm and Saturation Levels
DCS or safety logic solver should be configured to match transmitter
configuration. Figure 7-29 identifies the three alarm levels available and their
operation values.
Figure 7-29. Alarm Levels
Rosemount Alarm Level
Normal Operation
3.75 mA
(1)
3.9 mA
low saturation
21.75(2)
20 mA
4 mA
20.8 mA
high saturation
Namur Alarm Level
Normal Operation
3.6 mA
(1)
4 mA
22.5(2)
20 mA
3.8 mA
low saturation
20.5 mA
high saturation
Custom Alarm Level(3)(4)
Normal Operation
3.6 - 3.8 mA(1)
3.7 - 3.9 mA
low saturation
4 mA
20.2 - 23.0(2)
20 mA
20.1 - 20.5 mA
high saturation
(1) Transmitter Failure, hardware or software alarm in LO position.
(2) Transmitter Failure, hardware or software alarm in HI position.
(3) High alarm must be at least 0.1 mA higher than the high saturation value.
(4) Low alarm must be at least 0.1 mA lower than the low saturation value.
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Configuring Alarm and Saturation Levels
1. If using a Field Communicator, use the following fast key sequence to set
the Alarm and Saturation values.
Fast Key Sequence - 2, 2, 2, 5, 6
2. Manually set the direction for the Alarm to HI or LO using the ALARM
switch as shown in Figure 7-30.
Figure 7-30. Security and alarm
configuration
Security
3051S SIS Operation and
Maintenance
Alarm
Proof Test
The following proof tests are recommended.
Proof test results and corrective actions taken must be documented at
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp
(to report a failure) in the event that an error is found in the safety functionality.
All proof test procedures must be carried out by qualified personnel.
Use “Fast Key Sequence” on page 3-6 to perform a Loop Test, Analog Output
Trim, or Sensor Trim. Security switch should be in the “OFF” position during
proof test execution and repositioned in the “ON” position after execution.
Simple Proof Test
The simple suggested proof test consists of a power cycle plus reasonability
checks of the transmitter output. This test will detect ~ 41% of possible DU
failures in the device.
Required tools: Field Communicator and mA meter.
1. Bypass the safety function and take appropriate action to avoid a false
trip.
2. Use HART communication to set the transmitter in fixed current mode.
For the Emerson Field Communicator, enter Fast Key Sequence 3, 5, 1.
Select “4 Other.”
3. Enter the milliamp value representing a high alarm state.
4. Check the reference meter to verify the mA output corresponds to the
entered value.
5. Enter the milliamp value representing a low alarm state.
6. Check the reference meter to verify the mA output corresponds to the
entered value.
7. Remove the bypass and otherwise restore normal operation.
8. Document the test results per your requirements.
9. Place the Security switch in the “ON” position.
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Comprehensive Proof Test
The comprehensive proof test consists of performing the same steps as the
simple suggested proof test but with a two point calibration of the pressure
sensor in place of the reasonability check. This test will detect ~ 87% of
possible DU failures in the device.
Required tools: Field Communicator and pressure calibration equipment.
1. Bypass the safety function and take appropriate action to avoid a false
trip.
2. Perform Proof Test 1.
3. Perform a minimum two point sensor calibration check using the 4-20
mA range points as the calibration points.
4. Check the reference mA meter to verify the mA output corresponds to
the pressure input value.
5. If necessary, use “Choosing a Trim Procedure” on page 4-5 of the 3051S
Reference Manual.
6. Document the test results per your requirements.
7. Remove the bypass and otherwise restore normal operation.
8. Place the Security switch in the “ON” position.
NOTE
The user determines the proof test requirements for impulse piping.
Inspection
Visual Inspection
Not required
Special Tools
Not required
Product Repair
The 3051S is repairable by major component replacement.
All failures detected by the transmitter diagnostics or by the proof-test must be
reported. Feedback can be submitted electronically at
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp
All product repair and part replacement should be performed by qualified
personnel.
3051S SIS Specifications
The 3051S must be operated in accordance to the functional and
performance specifications provided in the 3051S Product Data Sheet
(document number 00813-0100-4801).
Failure Rate Data
The FMEDA report includes failure rates and common cause Beta factor
estimates.
The report is available at
http://www2.emersonprocess.com/en-US/brands/rosemount/Safety-Products/Pages/index.aspx.
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Failure Values
Safety accuracy: 2.0%(1)
Transmitter response time: 145 ms
Diagnostic response time: 1.5 seconds
Self-diagnostics Test: At least once every 30 minutes
(1) A 2% variation of the transmitter mA output is allowed before a safety trip. Trip values in the DCS or
safety logic solver should be derated by 2%.
Product Life
50 years - based on worst case component wear-out mechanisms - not based
on wear-out of process wetted materials
Report any safety related product information at:
http://rosemount.d1asia.ph/rosemount/safety/ReportAFailure_newweb.asp
OTHER INFORMATION
Digital Trim with Non-DD
Based Communicators
The 3051S Pressure Transmitter with Advanced Diagnostics makes use of its
Device Description to support an enhanced digital trim function. Use of a
non-DD based host or communicator may require repeat trims to achieve
maximum accuracy.
Temperature Rating
Temperature rating for the Advanced HART Diagnostic electronics (p/n
03151-9071-000X) is T4. When upgrading a 3051S, the SuperModule and electronics
must have equivalent approval labeling in order to maintain hazardous location
approvals.
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FIELD COMMUNICATOR MENU TREES
Figure 7-31. Overview Menu Tree
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Overview
1 Status
2 Primary Purpose Variable
3 Shortcuts
Status
1 Device Status: Good
2 Communications: Polled
Sensor Calibration
1 Upper Sensor Trim
2 Lower Sensor Trim
3 Zero
Primary Purpose Variable
1 Pressure
2 Analog Output
Shortcuts
1 Calibration
2 SPM Status
3 All Variables
4 View Logs
5 Device Information
Pressure
1 Sensor Calibration
2 Range Values
3 Current Measurement
4 Last Calibration Points
5 Sensor Limits
Calibration
1 Pressure
2 Analog Output
3 Restore Factory Calibration
SPM Status
1 Detection Status
2 Statistical Values
3 Time Stamp
4 Trends
Analog Output
1 Analog Output
2 Percent of Range
3 Analog Calibration
Detection Status
1 SPM Status
2 SPM Status (cont.)
3 Standard Deviation Sensitivity*
4 Mean Sensitivity**
Range Values
1 Upper Range value (20 mA)
2 Lower Range Value (4 mA)
Current Measurement
1 Pressure
2 Damping
3 Transfer Function
Last Calibration Points
1 Upper
2 Lower
Sensor Limits
1 Upper
2 Lower
3 Minimum Span
*If CV is selected, "Coefficient of Variation Sensitivity"
**If CV is selected, this is not shown
Statistical Values
1 Standard Deviation*
2 Mean
SPM Status (cont.)
1 SPM Insufficient Variability
2 SPM Low Pressure Status
*Or Coefficient of Variation
Time Stamp
1 Time Since Detection
2 Total Operating Time
Trends
1 Standard Deviation*
2 Mean
All Variables
1 Primary Variable
2 2nd Variable
3 3rd Variable
4 4th Variable
5 Other Variables
*If CV is selected, "Coefficient of Variation"
Primary Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
2nd Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
3rd Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
4th Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
Other Variables
1 <Unmapped variable>
2 <Unmapped variable>
View Logs
1 Diagnostic Log
2 Pressure Variable Logging
3 Temperature Variable Logging
Diagnostic Log
1 Most Recent Status Event
2 View Other Status Events
3 Total Operating Time
4 Clear Log
Pressure Variable Logging
1 Pressure Variable Log
2 Time Outside Sensor Limits
3 Pressure
4 Total Operating Time
5 Reset All Pressure Events
Temperature Variable Logging
1 Temperature Variable Log
2 Time Outside Sensor Limits
3 Module Temperature
4 Total Operating Time
5 Reset All Temperature Events
Device Information
1 General
2 Model Numbers
3 Revision Numbers
4 Materials of Construction
Alarm and Security
Most Recent Status Event
1 Event 1 - Time since
View Other Status Events
1 Event 2 - Time since
2 Event 3 - Time since
3 Event 4 - Time since
4 Event 5 - Time since
5 Event 6 - Time since
6 Event 7 - Time since
7 Event 8 - Time since
8 Event 9 - Time since
9 Event 10 - Time since
Pressure Variable Log
1 Minimum Pressure
2 Time Since Minimum Event
3 Reset Minimum
4 Maximum Pressure
5 Time Since Maximum Event
6 Reset Maximum
Time Outside Sensor Limits
1 Above Upper Sensor Limit
2 Below Lower Sensor Limit
3 Reset Time Since 1st Events
General
1 Tag
2 Model
3 Date
4 Descriptor
5 Message
6 Serial Number
Temperature Variable Log
1 Minimum Temperature
2 Time Since Minimum Event
3 Reset Minimum
4 Maximum Temperature
5 Time Since Maximum Event
6 Reset Maximum
Model Numbers
1 Model Number 1
2 Model Number 2
3 Model Number 3
Time Outside Sensor Limits
1 Above Upper Sensor Limit
2 Below Lower Sensor Limit
3 Reset Time Since 1st Events
Revision Numbers
1 HART Universal
2 Field Device
3 Electronics SW
4 Electronics HW
5 Sensor SW
6 Sensor HW
Serial Number
1 Transmitter
2 Electronics
Materials of Construction
1 Sensor Module Information
2 Flange Information
3 Remote Seal Information
Alarm and Security
1 Alarm Direction
2 High Alarm
3 High Saturation
4 Low Saturation
5 Low Alarm
6 Write Protect Status
7 Local ZERO/SPAN Buttons
Sensor Module Information
1 Serial Number
2 Type
3 Configuration
4 Sensor Range
5 Sensor Limits
6 Isolator Material
7 Fill Fluid
Flange Information
1 Process Connection
2 Process Connection Material
3 O-ring Material
4 Drain Vent Material
Remote Seal Information
1 Number
2 Type
3 Diaphragm Material
4 Fill Fluid
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Figure 7-32. Configure (Guided Setup and Manual Setup) Menu Tree
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Configure
1 Guided Setup
2 Manual Setup
3 Alert Setup
(see Figure 7-33)
Guided Setup
1 Initial Setup
2 Diagnostics Setup
3 Optional Configuration
Initial Setup
1 Basic Setup
2 Zero Trim
Diagnostics Setup
1 Statistical Process Monitoring
2 Power Advisory
3 Process Alerts
4 Service Alert
Optional Configuration
1 Configure Display
2 Configure Burst Mode
Process Variables
1 Pressure Setup
2 Module Temperature Setup
Manual Setup
1 Process Variables
2 Analog Output
3 Scaled Variable
4 Display Options
5 HART
6 Security
7 Device Information
Analog Output
1 Set Range Points
2 Set Range Points Manually
3 Sensor Limits
4 Readings
5 Alarm and Saturation Levels
Basic Setup
1 Device Tagging
2 Units of Measure
3 Pressure Damping
4 Variable Mapping
5 Analog Output
6 Config Alarm & Saturation Levels
Display Options
1 Pressure: On or Off
2 Scaled Variable: On or Off
3 Module Temperature: On or Off
4 Percent of Range: On or Off
5 Standard Deviation: On or Off
6 Mean: On or Off
7 Coefficient of Variation: On or Off
Pressure Setup
1 Pressure
2 Units
3 Damping
4 Transfer Function
Module Temperature Setup
1 Module Temperature
2 Units
Set Range Points
1 PV Upper Range Value
2 PV Lower Range Value
3 Primary Variable
Set Range Points Manually
1 Range By Applying Pressure
Sensor Limits
1 Upper
2 Lower
3 Minimum Span
Readings
1 Analog Output
2 Percent of Range
Alarm and Saturation Levels
1 Alarm Direction
2 High Alarm
3 High Saturation
4 Low Saturation
5 Low Alarm
6 Config Alarm & Saturation Levels
Scaled Variable Setup
1 Scaled Variable
2 Units
3 Transfer Function
4 Linear Options*
5 Configure Scaled Variable
Linear Options
1 Offset
*If Square Root is selected for Transfer Function,
"Square Root Options"
Square Root Options
1 Cutoff Mode
2 Low Flow Cutoff
Display
1 Display Options
HART
1 Variable Mapping
2 Burst Mode Configuration
3 Communication Settings
Display Options
1 Pressure: On or Off
2 Scaled Variable: On or Off
3 Module Temperature: On or Off
4 Percent of Range: On or Off
5 Standard Deviation: On or Off
6 Mean: On or Off
7 Coefficient of Variation: On or Off
Variable Mapping
1 Primary Variable
2 2nd Variable
3 3rd Variable
4 4th Variable
Burst Mode Configuration
1 Mode
2 Option
Communication Settings
1 Polling Address
Security
1 Write Protect Status
2 Local ZERO/SPAN Buttons
Device Information
1 Identification
2 Flange Information
3 Remote Seal Information
Identification
1 Tag
2 Model
3 Date
4 Descriptor
5 Message
6 Transmitter Serial Number
7 Model Numbers
Flange Information
1 Process Connection
2 Process Connection Material
3 O-ring Material
4 Drain/Vent Material
Remote Seal Information
1 Number
2 Type
3 Diaphragm Material
4 Fill Fluid
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Figure 7-33. Configure (Alert Setup) Menu Tree
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Detection Status
1 SPM Status
2 SPM Status (cont.)
3 Standard Deviation Sensitivity*
4 Mean Sensitivity**
Configure
1 Guided Setup
2 Manual Setup
3 Alert Setup
Status
1 Detection Status
2 SPM Control
3 Statistical Values
4 Time Stamp
5 Trends
*If CV is selected, "Coefficient of Variation Sensitivity"
**If CV is selected, this is not shown
SPM Control
1 Mode
2 Reset
3 Relearn
Statistical Values
1 Standard Deviation*
2 Mean
Statistical Process Monitoring
Status
Baseline Configuration
Detection Configuration
Operational Values
*Or Coefficient of Variation
Time Stamp
1 Time Since Detection
2 Total Operating Time
Trends
1 View Standard Deviation Trend*
2 View Mean Trend
*Or Coefficient of Variation
Baseline Configuration
1 Learn Settings
2 Verification Criteria
Learn Settings
1 SPM Variable
2 Learn/Monitor Period
3 Power Interruption Action
4 Low pressure Cut-off *
*Shown only when CV is selected
Verification Criteria
1 Insufficient Variability
2 Standard Deviation Difference
3 Mean Difference
Detection Configuration
1 Standard Deviation Detection Settings*
2 Mean Detection Settings**
*If CV is selected, "Coefficient of Variation
Detection Settings"
**If CV is selected, this is not shown
Standard Deviation Change*
1 Standard Deviation Sensitivity
2 Threshold Value**
3 Configure Sensitivity
4 Action
5 Alert Delay
6 High Detection Message
7 Low Detection Message
* If CV is selected, “Coefficient of Variation Change”
**Shown only if Sensitivity is set to "Custom"
Alert Setup
1 Statistical Process Monitoring
2 Power Advisory Diagnostic
3 Device Diagnostics
4 Process Alerts
5 Service Alerts
Operational Values
1 Standard Deviation
2 Mean
3 Coefficient of Variation
4 SPM Detection Values
5 Number of Relearns
6 Reset Relearn Counter
Power Advisory Diagnostic
1 Power Advisory Diagnostic
2 Loop Power Characterization
Power Advisory Diagnostic
1 Terminal Voltage
2 Terminal Voltage Deviation Limit
3 Action
4 Reset Alert
Loop Power Characterization
1 Resistance
2 Power Supply
3 Characterization Time Stamp
4 Characterize Loop
Mean Change**
1 Mean Sensitivity
2 Threshold Value
3 Configure Sensitivity
4 Action
5 Mean Change Message
**If CV is selected, this is not shown
SPM Detection Values
1 Standard Deviation
2 Mean
3 Coefficient of Variation
Resistance
1 Previous Baseline
2 Baseline
Power Supply
1 Previous Baseline
2 Baseline
Characterization Time Stamp
1 Previous Characterization
2 Time Since Characterization
Device Diagnostics
1 mA Output Diagnostic
2 Transmitter Power Consumption
mA Output Diagnostic
1 Action
2 Reset Alert
Transmitter Power Consumption
1 Action
2 Reset Alert
Process Alerts
1 Pressure Alerts
2 Temperature Alerts
Pressure Alerts
1 View Trend
2 Pressure
3 Alert Settings
4 Pressure Alert Events
Temperature Alerts
1 View Trend
2 Module Temperature
3 Alert Settings
4 Module Temperature Alert Events
Service Alerts
1 Time Remaining
2 Message
3 Alert Mode
4 Configure
5 Reset Alert
Alert Settings
1 Alert Mode
2 High Alert Value
3 Low Alert Value
Pressure Alert Events
1 High Alert Events
2 Low Alert Events
3 Reset Alert Events
Alert Settings
1 Alert Mode
2 High Alert Value
3 Low Alert Value
Temperature Alert Events
1 High Alert Events
2 Low Alert Events
3 Reset Alert Events
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Figure 7-34. Service Tools Menu Tree
Home
1 Overview
2 Configure
3 Service Tools
Service Tools
1 Device Alerts
2 Variables
3 Trends
4 Maintenance
5 Simulate
Variables
1 All Variables
2 Pressure Variable Logging
3 Temperature Variable Logging
View Variables
1 Primary Variable
2 2nd Variable
3 3rd Variable
4 4th Variable
5 Other Variables
Primary Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
2nd Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
3rd Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
4th Variable
1 <Mapped variable>
Other Variables
1 <Unmapped variable>
2 <Unmapped variable>
Pressure Variable Logging
1 Pressure Variable Log
2 Time Outside Sensor Limits
3 Pressure
4Total Operating Time
5 Reset All Pressure Events
Pressure Variable Logging
1 Pressure Variable Log
2 Time Outside Sensor Limits
3 Pressure
4 Total Operating Time
5 Reset All Pressure Events
Time Outside Sensor Limits
1 Above Upper Sensor Limit
2 Below Lower Sensor Limit
3 Reset Time Since 1st Events
Temperature Variable Logging
1 Temperature Variable Log
2 Time Outside Sensor Limits
3 Module Temperature
4 Total Operating Time
5 Reset All Temperature Events
Pressure
1 View Trend
2 Pressure
Trends
Pressure
Module Temperature
Scaled Variable
Standard Deviation
Mean
Coefficient of Variation
Module Temperature
1 View Trend
2 Module Temperature
Temperature Variable Log
1 Minimum Temperature
2 Time Since Minimum Event
3 Reset Minimum
4 Maximum Temperature
5 Time Since Maximum Event
6 Reset Maximum
Time Outside Sensor Limits
1 Above Upper Sensor Limit
2 Below Lower Sensor Limit
3 Reset Time Since 1st Events
Scaled Variable
1 View Trend
2 Scaled Variable
Standard Deviation
1 View Trend
2 Standard Deviation
Mean
1 View Trend
2 Mean
Maintenance
Calibration
Diagnostic Log
Coefficient of Variation
1 View Trend
2 Coefficient of Variation
Pressure
1 Sensor Calibration
2 Range Values
3 Current Measurement
4 Last Calibration Points
5 Sensor Limits
Calibration
1 Pressure
2 Analog Output
3 Restore Factory Calibration
Analog Output
1 Analog Output
2 Percent of Range
3 Analog Calibration
Simulate
Loop Test
Most Recent Status Event
1 Event 1 - Time since
Diagnostic Log
1 Most Recent Status Event
2 View Other Status Events
3 Total Operating Time
4 Clear Log
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1 Event 2 - Time since
2 Event 3 - Time since
3 Event 4 - Time since
4 Event 5 - Time since
5 Event 6 - Time since
6 Event 7 - Time since
7 Event 8 - Time since
8 Event 9 - Time since
9 Event 10 - Time since
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Appendix A
Rosemount 3051S Series
Specifications and
Reference Data
Performance Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-1
Functional Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-6
Physical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-12
Dimensional Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-16
Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-23
Exploded View Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-41
Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page A-42
PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATIONS
For zero-based spans, reference conditions, silicone oil fill, glass-filled PTFE o-rings, SST
materials, Coplanar flange (3051S_C) or 1/2 in.- 14 NPT (3051S_T) process connections, digital
trim values set to equal range points.
Conformance to
Specification (±3
(Sigma))
Technology leadership, advanced manufacturing techniques, and statistical process control
ensure measurement specification conformance to ±3or better.
Reference Accuracy
Stated reference accuracy equations include terminal based linearity, hysteresis, and
repeatability.
Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
Differential Pressure (3051S_CD)
Gage Pressure (3051S_CG)
Ultra
Classic
Ultra for Flow(1)
Ranges 2 - 4
±0.025% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.005 + 0.0035(URL / Span)]% of
span
±0.055% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.015 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.04% of reading up to 8:1 DP
turndown from URL;
±[0.04 + 0.0023(URL /
Reading)]% of reading to 200:1
DP turndown from URL
Range 5
±0.05% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.005 + 0.0045(URL / Span)]% of
span
±0.065% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.015 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
Not Available
Range 1
±0.09% of span;
For spans less than 15:1,
±[0.015 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.10% of span;
For spans less than 15:1,
±[0.025 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
Not Available
Range 0
±0.09% of span;
For spans less than 2:1,
±0.045% of URL
±0.10% of span;
For spans less than 2:1,
±0.05% of URL
Not Available
Absolute Pressure (3051S_CA)
Ultra
Classic
Ranges 1 - 4
±0.025% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.004(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.055% of span;
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.0065(URL / Span)]% of span
Range 0
±0.075% of span;
For spans less than 5:1,
±[0.025 + 0.01(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.075% of span;
For spans less than 5:1,
±[0.025 + 0.01(URL / Span)]% of span
(1) Ultra for Flow is only available for 3051S_CD ranges 2-3. For calibrated spans from 1:1 to 2:1 of URL, add ±0.005% of span analog output error.
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Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module
Absolute Pressure (3051S_TA)
Gage Pressure (3051S_TG)
Ranges 1 - 4
Range 5
Ultra
±0.025% of span
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.004(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.04% of span
Classic
±0.055% of span
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.0065(URL / Span)]% of span
±0.065% of span
Liquid Level Transmitter
3051S_L
Ultra
±0.065% of span
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.015 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
Classic
±0.065% of span
For spans less than 10:1,
±[0.015 + 0.005(URL / Span)]% of span
Transmitter Total Performance
Total performance is based on combined errors of reference accuracy, ambient temperature effect, and line
pressure effect.
Models
3051S_CD
3051S_CG
3051S_CA
3051S_T
Ultra
Ranges 2-3
Ranges 2-5
Ranges 2-4
Ranges 2-4
3051S_L
Ultra for Flow(1)
Classic
±0.1% of span; for ±50°F (28°C) ±0.15% of span; for ±50°F (28°C) ±0.1% of reading; for ±50°F (28°C)
temperature changes; 0-100%
temperature changes; 0-100%
temperature changes; 0-100%
relative humidity, up to 740 psi
relative humidity, up to 740 psi
relative humidity, up to 740 psi
(51 bar) line pressure (DP only), (51 bar) line pressure (DP only), (51 bar) line pressure, over 8:1 DP
from 1:1 to 5:1 rangedown
from 1:1 to 5:1 rangedown
turndown from URL
Use Instrument Toolkit or the QZ Option to quantify the total performance of a remote seal assembly
under operating conditions.
(1) Ultra for Flow is only available for 3051S_CD Ranges 2-3.
Long Term Stability
Models
3051S_CD
3051S_CG
3051S_CA
3051S_T
Ranges 2-5
Ranges 2-5
Ranges 1-4
Ranges 1-5
Ultra and Ultra for Flow(1)
Classic
±0.20% of URL for 10 years; for ±50°F (28°C)
temperature changes, up to 1000 psi (68,9 bar)
line pressure
±0.125% of URL for 5 years; for ±50°F
(28°C) temperature changes, up to 1000 psi
(68,9 bar) line pressure
(1) Ultra for Flow is only available on 3051S_CD ranges 2-3.
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Warranty(1)
Models
All 3051S Products
Ultra and Ultra for Flow
(1)
(2)
12-year limited warranty
Classic
1-year limited warranty(3)
(1) Warranty details can be found in Emerson Process Management Terms & Conditions of Sale, Document 63445, Rev G (10/06).
(2) Rosemount Ultra and Ultra for Flow transmitters have a limited warranty of twelve (12) years from date of shipment. All other provisions of Emerson Process
Management standard limited warranty remain the same.
(3) Goods are warranted for twelve (12) months from the date of initial installation or eighteen (18) months from the date of shipment by seller, whichever period
expires first.
Dynamic Performance
Total Time Response at 75 °F (24 °C), includes dead time(1)
3051S_C, 3051S_L
3051S_T
DP Ranges 2-5: 100 ms
Range 1: 255 ms
Range 0: 700 ms
100 ms
(1) For option code DA2, add 45 ms (nominal) to stated values.
Dead Time(1)
3051S_C, 3051S_T, 3051S_L
45 ms (nominal)
(1) For option code DA2, dead time is 90 milliseconds (nominal).
Update Rate
3051S_C or T
3051S_L
22 updates per sec.
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Ambient Temperature Effect
Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
Differential Pressure: (3051S_CD)
Gage Pressure: (3051S_CG)
Ultra
per 50 °F (28 °C)
Ranges 2 - 5(2)
±(0.009% URL + 0.025% span)
from 1:1 to 10:1;
±(0.018% URL + 0.08% span)
from >10:1 to 200:1
Range 0 ±(0.25% URL + 0.05% span)
from 1:1 to 30:1
Range 1 ±(0.1% URL + 0.25% span)
from 1:1 to 50:1
Absolute Pressure: (3051S_CA)
Ranges 2-4
Range 0
Range 1
Classic
per 50 °F (28 °C)
Ultra for Flow(1)
-40 to 185 °F (-40 to 85 °C)
±(0.0125% URL +0.0625% span)
from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 100:1
±(0.25% URL + 0.05% span)
from 1:1 to 30:1
±(0.1% URL + 0.25% span)
from 1:1 to 50:1
±0.13% of reading up to 8:1 DP turndown
from URL;
±[0.13 + 0.0187(URL/Reading)]% of
reading to 100:1 DP turndown from URL
Not Available
Ultra
per 50 °F (28 °C)
Classic
per 50 °F (28 °C)
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625%
span) from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 200:1
±(0.1% URL + 0.25% span)
from 1:1 to 30:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625%
span) from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 100:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625% span) from 1:1
to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span) from >5:1
to 100:1
±(0.1% URL + 0.25% span) from 1:1 to
30:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625% span) from 1:1
to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span) from >5:1
to 100:1
Not Available
(1) Ultra for Flow is only available for 3051S_CD Ranges 2-3.
(2) Use Classic specification for 3051S_CD Range 5 Ultra.
Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module
Absolute Pressure: (3051S_TA)
Gage Pressure: (3051S_TG)
Ranges 2-4
Range 5
Range 1
Ultra
per 50 °F (28 °C)
Classic
per 50 °F (28 °C)
±(0.009% URL + 0.025% span)
from 1:1 to 10:1;
±(0.018% URL + 0.08% span)
from >10:1 to 100:1
±(0.05% URL + 0.075% span)
from 1:1 to 10:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625% span)
from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 100:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625% span)
from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 100:1
±(0.05% URL + 0.075% span)
from 1:1 to 10:1
±(0.0125% URL + 0.0625% span)
from 1:1 to 5:1;
±(0.025% URL + 0.125% span)
from >5:1 to 100:1
Liquid Level Transmitter
3051S_L
Ultra
See Instrument Toolkit
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Line Pressure Effect(1)
3051S_CD
Ultra and Ultra for Flow
Classic
Range 2-3
Range 0
Range 1
± 0.025% URL per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.125% URL per 100 psi (6,9 bar)
± 0.25% URL per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.05% URL per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.125% URL per 100 psi (6,9 bar)
± 0.25% URL per 1000 psi (69 bar)
Range 2-3
Range 0
Range 1
± 0.1% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.15% of reading per 100 psi (6,9 bar)
± 0.4% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.1% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar)
± 0.15% of reading per 100 psi (6,9 bar)
± 0.4% of reading per 1000 psi (69 bar)
Zero Error(2)
Span Error(3)
(1) For zero error specifications for line pressures above 2000 psi (137,9 bar) or line pressure effect specifications for DP Ranges 4-5, see the 3051S Reference
Manual (document number 00809-0100-4801).
(2) Zero error can be removed by performing a zero trim at line pressure.
(3) Specifications for option code P0 are 2 times those shown above.
Mounting Position Effects
Models
Ultra, Ultra for Flow, and Classic
3051S_CD or CG
Zero shifts up to ±1.25 inH2O (3,11 mbar), which can be zeroed
Span: no effect
Zero shifts to ±2.5 inH2O (6,22 mbar), which can be zeroed
Span: no effect
With liquid level diaphragm in vertical plane, zero shift of up to ±1 inH2O (2,5 mbar). With diaphragm in
vertical plane, zero shift of up to ±5 inH2O (12,5 mbar) plus extension length on extended units. All
zero shifts can be zeroed.
Span: no effect
3051S_CA
3051S_T
3051S_L
Vibration Effect
Less than ±0.1% of URL when tested per the requirements of IEC60770-1 field or pipeline with
high vibration level (10-60 Hz 0.21mm displacement peak amplitude / 60-2000 Hz 3g).
For Housing Style codes 1J, 1K, 1L, 2J, and 2M:
Less than ±0.1% of URL when tested per the requirements of IEC60770-1 field with general
application or pipeline with low vibration level (10-60 Hz 0.15mm displacement peak amplitude /
60-500 Hz 2g).
Power Supply Effect
Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Less than ±0.005% of calibrated span per volt change in voltage at the transmitter terminals
Meets all relevant requirements of EN 61326 and NAMUR NE-21.(1)
(1) NAMUR NE-21 does not apply to wireless output code X.
Transient Protection
(Option T1)
Tested in accordance with IEEE C62.41.2-2002,
Location Category B
6 kV crest (0.5 s - 100 kHz)
3 kA crest (8 × 20 microseconds)
6 kV crest (1.2 × 50 microseconds)
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Range and Sensor Limits
Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
DP Sensor
(3051S_CD, 3051S_LD)
AP Sensor(1)
(3051S_CA, 3051S_LA)
GP Sensor
(3051S_CG, 3051S_LG)
Range
Lower (LRL)(2)
Upper (URL)
Lower (LRL)(3)
Upper (URL)
Lower (LRL)
Upper (URL)
0
-3 inH2O
(-7,5 mbar)
-25 inH2O
(-62,3 mbar)
-250 inH2O
(-0,62 bar)
-1000 inH2O
(-2,49 bar)
-300 psi
(-20,7 bar)
-2000 psi
(-137,9 bar)
3 inH2O
(7,5 mbar)
25 inH2O
(62,3 mbar)
250 inH2O
(0,62 bar)
1000 inH2O
(2,49 bar)
300 psi
(20,7 bar)
2000 psi
(137,9 bar)
N/A
N/A
-25 inH2O
(-62,3 mbar)
-250 inH2O
(-0,62 bar)
-393 inH2O
(-979 mbar)
-14.2 psig
(-979 mbar)
-14.2 psig
(-979 mbar)
25 inH2O
(62,3 mbar)
250 inH2O
(0,62 bar)
1000 inH2O
(2,49 bar)
300 psi
(20,7 bar)
2000 psi
(137,9 bar)
0 psia
(0 bar)
0 psia
(0 bar)
0 psia
(0 bar)
0 psia
(0 bar)
0 psia
(0 bar)
N/A
5 psia
(0,34 bar)
30 psia
(2,07 bar)
150 psia
(10,34 bar)
800 psia
(55,16 bar)
4000 psia
(275,8 bar)
N/A
1
2
3
4
5
(1) Range 0 is not available for 3051S_LA.
(2) The Lower Range Limit (LRL) is 0 inH20 (0 mbar) for Ultra for Flow performance class.
(3) Assumes atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psig (1 bar).
Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module
GP Sensor
(3051S_TG)
AP Sensor
(3051S_TA)
Range
Lower (LRL)(1)
Upper (URL)
Lower (LRL)
Upper (URL)
1
2
3
4
5
-14.7 psig (-1,01 bar)
-14.7 psig (-1,01 bar)
-14.7 psig (-1,01 bar)
-14.7 psig (-1,01 bar)
-14.7 psig (-1,01 bar)
30 psig (2,07 bar)
150 psig (10,34 bar)
800 psig (55,16 bar)
4000 psig (275,8 bar)
10000 psig (689,5 bar)
0 psia (0 bar)
0 psia (0 bar)
0 psia (0 bar)
0 psia (0 bar)
0 psia (0 bar)
30 psia (2,07 bar)
150 psia (10,34 bar)
800 psia (55,16 bar)
4000 psia (275,8 bar)
10000 psia (689,5 bar)
(1) Assumes atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psig (1 bar).
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Minimum Span Limits
Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
DP Sensor
(3051S_CD, 3051S_LD)
Range
0
1
2
3
4
5
GP Sensor
(3051S_CG, 3051S_LG)
AP Sensor
(3051S_CA, 3051S_LA)
Ultra &
Ultra for Flow
Classic
Ultra
Classic
Ultra
Classic
0.1 inH2O
(0,25 mbar)
0.5 inH2O
(1,24 mbar)
1.3 inH2O
(3,11 mbar)
5.0 inH2O
(12,4 mbar)
1.5 psi
(103,4 mbar)
10.0 psi
(689,5 mbar)
0.1 inH2O
(0,25 mbar)
0.5 inH2O
(1,24 mbar)
2.5 inH2O
(6,23 mbar)
10.0 inH2O
(24,9 mbar)
3.0 psi
(206,8 mbar)
20.0 psi
(1,38 bar)
N/A
N/A
0.5 inH2O
(1,24 mbar)
1.3 inH2O
(3,11 mbar)
5.0 inH2O
(12,4 mbar)
1.5 psig
(103,4 mbar)
10.0 psig
(689,5 mbar)
0.5 inH2O
(1,24 mbar)
2.5 inH2O
(6,23 mbar)
10.0 inH2O
(24,9 mbar)
3.0 psig
(206,8 mbar)
20.0 psig
(1,38 bar)
0.167 psia
(11,5 mbar)
0.3 psia
(20,7 mbar)
0.75 psia
(51,7 mbar)
4 psia
(275,8 mbar)
20 psia
(275,8 mbar)
N/A
0.167 psia
(11,5 mbar)
0.3 psia
(20,7 mbar)
1.5 psia
(103,4 mbar)
8 psia
(0,55 bar)
40 psia
(2,76 bar)
N/A
Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module
GP Sensor
(3051S_TG)
AP Sensor
(3051S_TA)
Range
Ultra
Classic
Ultra
Classic
1
2
3
4
5
0.3 psig (20,7 mbar)
0.75 psig (51,7 mbar)
4 psig (275,8 mbar)
20 psig (1,58 bar)
1000 psig (68,9 bar)
0.3 psig (20,7 mbar)
1.5 psig (103,4 bar)
8 psig (0,55 bar)
40 psig (2,76 bar)
2000 psig (137,9 bar)
0.3 psia (20,7 mbar)
0.75 psia (51,7 mbar)
4 psia (275,8 mbar)
20 psia (1,58 bar)
1000 psia (68,9 bar)
0.3 psia (20,7 mbar)
1.5 psia (103,4 bar)
8 psia (0,55 bar)
40 psia (2,76 bar)
2000 psia (137,9 bar)
Service
Liquid, gas, and vapor applications
HART / 4–20 mA
Zero and Span Adjustment
Zero and span values can be set anywhere within the range.
Span must be greater than or equal to the minimum span.
Output
Two-wire 4–20 mA is user-selectable for linear or square root output. Digital process variable
superimposed on 4–20 mA signal, available to any host that conforms to the HART protocol.
Power Supply
External power supply required.
•
3051S: 10.5 to 42.4 Vdc with no load
•
3051S with Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite: 12 to 42.4 Vdc with no load
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Load Limitations
Maximum loop resistance is determined by the voltage level of the external power supply, as
described by:
3051S
Maximum Loop Resistance = 43.5 * (Power Supply Voltage – 10.5)
Load (Ohms)
1387
1000
500
Operating
Region
0
10.5
20
30
Voltage (Vdc)
42.4
The Field Communicator requires a minimum
loop resistance of 250 for communication.
3051S with HART Diagnostics
(option code DA2)
Maximum Loop Resistance = 43.5 * (Power Supply Voltage – 12.0)
Load (Ohms)
1322
1000
500
Operating
Region
0
12.0
20
30
Voltage (Vdc)
42.4
The Field Communicator requires a minimum
loop resistance of 250 for communication.
Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite
(Option Code DA2)
Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM) provides statistical data (standard deviation, mean,
coefficient of variation) that can be used to detect process and process equipment
anomalies, including plugged impulse lines, air entrainment, pump cavitation, furnace flame
instability, distillation column flooding and more. This diagnostic allows you to take
preventative measures before abnormal process situations result in unscheduled downtime
or rework.
Power Advisory diagnostic proactively detects and notifies you of degraded electrical loop
integrity before it can affect your process operation. Example loop problems that can be
detected include water in the terminal compartment, corrosion of terminals, improper
grounding, and unstable power supplies.
The enhanced EDDL Device Dashboard presents the diagnostics in a graphical, task-based
interface that provides single click access to critical process/device information and
descriptive graphical troubleshooting.
Suite includes: Statistical Process Monitoring (SPM), Power Advisory, Status Log, Variable
Log, Advanced Process Alerts, Service Alerts, and Time Stamp capability.
Power Supply
External power supply required; transmitters operate on 9.0 to 32.0 Vdc transmitter terminal
voltage.
Current Draw
17.5 mA for all configurations (including LCD display option)
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Overpressure Limits
Rosemount 3051S Series
Transmitters withstand the following limits without damage:
Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
DP(1) & GP
AP
Range
3051S_CD, 3051S_CG
3051S_CA
0
1
2
3
4
5
750 psi (51,7 bar)
2000 psi (137,9 bar)
3626 psi (250,0 bar)
3626 psi (250,0 bar)
3626 psi (250,0 bar)
3626 psi (250,0 bar)
60 psia (4,13 bar)
750 psia (51,7 bar)
1500 psia (103,4 bar)
1600 psia (110,3 bar)
6000 psia (413,7 bar)
N/A
(1) The overpressure limit of a DP Sensor with the P9 option is 4500
psig (310,3 bar). The overpressure limit of a DP Sensor with the
P0 option is 6092 psig (420 bar).
In-Line Sensor Module
GP
Range
AP
3051S_TG
1
2
3
4
5
3051S_TA
750 psi (51,7 bar)
1500 psi (103,4 bar)
1600 psi (110,3 bar)
6000 psi (413,7 bar)
15000 psi (1034,2 bar)
Liquid Level Transmitter (3051S_L)
Overpressure limit is dependent on the flange rating or sensor rating (whichever is lower). Use
Instrument Toolkit to ensure the seal system meets all pressure and temperature limits.
Static Pressure Limits
Coplanar Sensor Module (Single Variable)
Operates within specifications between static line pressures of:
DP Sensor(1)
Range
3051S_CD
0
1
2
3
4
5
0.5 psia to 750 psig (0,03 to 51,71 bar)
0.5 psia to 2000 psig (0,03 to 137,9 bar)
0.5 psia to 3626 psig (0,03 to 250 bar)
0.5 psia to 3626 psig (0,03 to 250 bar)
0.5 psia to 3626 psig (0,03 to 250 bar)
0.5 psia to 3626 psig (0,03 to 250 bar)
(1) The static pressure limit of a DP Sensor with the P9 option is 4500
psig (310,3 bar). The static pressure limit of a DP Sensor with the
P0 option is 6092 psig (420 bar).
Burst Pressure Limits
Coplanar Sensor Module (3051S_C)
10000 psig (689,5 bar)
In-Line Sensor Module (3051S_T)
• Ranges 1-4: 11000 psi (758,4 bar)
• Range 5: 26000 psi (1792,64 bar)
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Temperature Limits
Ambient
-40 to 185 °F (-40 to 85 °C)
With LCD display(1): -40 to 175 °F (-40 to 80 °C)
With option code P0: -20 to 185 °F (-29 to 85 °C)
(1) LCD display may not be readable and LCD updates will be slower
at temperatures below -4 °F (-20 °C).
Storage
-50 to 185 °F (-46 to 85 °C)
With LCD display: -40 to 185 °F (-40 to 85 °C)
Process Temperature Limits
At atmospheric pressures and above:
Coplanar Sensor Module (3051S_C)
Silicone Fill Sensor(1)(2)
with Coplanar Flange
-40 to 250 °F (-40 to 121 °C)(3)
with Traditional Flange
-40 to 300 °F (-40 to 149 °C)(3)(4)
with Level Flange
-40 to 300 °F (-40 to 149 °C)(3)
with 305 Integral Manifold
-40 to 300 °F (-40 to 149 °C)(3)(4)
Inert Fill Sensor
(1)(5)
-40 to 185 °F (-40 to 85 °C)(6) (7)
In-Line Sensor Module (3051S_T)
Silicone Fill Sensor(1)
Inert Fill Sensor
(1)
-40 to 250 °F (-40 to 121 °C)(3)
-22 to 250 °F (-30 to 121 °C)(3)
3051S_L Level Transmitter
Syltherm® XLT
Silicone 704
(8)
-102 to 293 °F (-75 to 145 °C)
32 to 401 °F (0 to 205 °C)
Silicone 200
-49 to 401 °F (-45 to 205 °C)
Inert (Halocarbon)
-49 to 320 °F (-45 to 160 °C)
Glycerin and Water
5 to 203 °F (-15 to 95 °C)
Neobee M-20®
5 to 401 °F (-15 to 205 °C)
Propylene Glycol and Water
5 to 203 °F (-15 to 95 °C)
(1) Process temperatures above 185 °F (85 °C) require derating the
ambient limits by a 1.5:1 ratio. For example, for process
temperature of 195 °F (91 °C), new ambient temperature limit is
equal to 170 °F (77 °C). This can be determined as follows:
(195 °F - 185 °F) x 1.5 = 15 °F,
185 °F - 15 °F = 170 °F
(2) 212 °F (100 °C) is the upper process temperature limit for DP
Range 0.
(3) 220 °F (104 °C) limit in vacuum service; 130 °F (54 °C) for
pressures below 0.5 psia.
(4) -20 °F (-29 °C) is the lower process temperature limit with option
code P0.
(5) 32 °F (0 °C) is the lower process temperature limit for DP Range 0.
(6) For 3051S_C, 160 ° F (71 °C) limit in vacuum service.
(7) Not available for 3051S_CA.
(8) Upper limit of 600 °F (315 °C) is available with 1199 seal
assemblies mounted away from the transmitter with the use of
capillaries and up to 500 °F (260 °C) with direct mount extension.
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Humidity Limits
0–100% relative humidity
Turn-On Time
When power is applied to the transmitter during startup, performance will be within specifications
per the time period described below:
Transmitter
Turn-On Time (Typical)
3051S, 3051S_L
Diagnostics
2 seconds
5 seconds
Volumetric Displacement
Less than 0.005 in3 (0,08 cm3)
Damping
Analog output response time to a step change is user-selectable from 0 to 60 seconds for one
time constant. Software damping is in addition to sensor module response time.
Failure Mode Alarm
HART 4-20 mA (output option code A)
If self-diagnostics detect a gross transmitter failure, the analog signal will be driven offscale to
alert the user. Rosemount standard (default), NAMUR, and custom alarm levels are available
(see Alarm Configuration below).
High or low alarm signal is software-selectable or hardware-selectable via the optional switch
(option D1).
Alarm Configuration
Default
NAMUR compliant(1)
Custom levels(2) (3)
High Alarm
Low Alarm
21.75 mA
22.5 mA
20.2 - 23.0 mA
3.75 mA
3.6 mA
3.4 - 3.8 mA
(1) Analog output levels are compliant with NAMUR
recommendation NE 43, see option codes C4 or C5.
(2) Low alarm must be 0.1 mA less than low saturation and high
alarm must be 0.1 mA greater than high saturation.
(3) For option code DA2, low alarm custom values are 3.6 - 3.8
mA.
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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Safety-Certified
Transmitter Failure
Values
Electrical Connections
(1)
Safety accuracy: 2.0%
Safety response time: 1.5 seconds
1
/2–14 NPT, G1/2, and M20 × 1.5 conduit. HART interface connections fixed to terminal block for
Output code A and X.
Process Connections
Coplanar Sensor Module (3051S_C)
Standard
Flange
Adapters
/4-18 NPT on 2 1/8-in. centers
/2-14 NPT and RC 1/2 on 2-in. (50.8 mm), 2 1/8-in.
(54.0 mm), or 2 1/4-in. (57.2 mm) centers
In-Line Sensor Module (3051S_T)
Standard
F11 Code
1
G11 Code
H11 Code
FF Seal
EF Seal
Process-Wetted Parts
1
1
/2-14 NPT Female
Non-threaded instrument flange (available in SST
for sensor ranges 1-4 only)
G 1/2 A DIN 16288 Male (available in SST for
sensor ranges 1-4 only)
Autoclave type F-250C (Pressure relieved 9/16-18
gland thread; 1/4 OD high pressure tube 60° cone;
available in SST for sensor range 5 only)
Level Transmitter (3051S_L)
2-in. (DN 50), 3-in. (DN 80), or 4-in. (DN 100);
ANSI Class 150, 300, or 600 flange; JIS 10K, 20K,
or 40K flange; PN 10/16 or PN 40 flange
Process Isolating Diaphragms
Coplanar Sensor Module (3051S_C)
316L SST (UNS S31603), Alloy C-276 (UNS N10276), Alloy 400
(UNS N04400), Tantalum (UNS R05440), Gold-Plated Alloy 400,
Gold-plated 316L SST
In-Line Sensor Module (3051S_T)
316L SST (UNS S31603), Alloy C-276 (UNS N10276)
Level Transmitter (3051S_L)
FF Seal
EF Seal
316L SST, Alloy C-276, Tantalum
Drain/Vent Valves
316 SST, Alloy C-276, or Alloy 400/K-500(1) material
(Drain vent seat: Alloy 400, Drain vent stem: Alloy K-500)
(1) Alloy 400/K-500 is not available with 3051S_L.
Process Flanges and Flange Adapters
Plated carbon steel
SST: CF-8M (Cast 316 SST) per ASTM A743
Cast C-276: CW-12MW per ASTM A494
Cast Alloy 400: M-30C per ASTM A494
Wetted O-rings
Glass-filled PTFE
(Graphite-filled PTFE with Isolating Diaphragm code 6)
(1)
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3051S_L Mounting Flange
Zinc-cobalt plated CS or 316 SST
3051S_L Seal Extension
CF-3M (Cast 316L SST, material per ASTM A743) or
CW-12MW (Cast C-276, material per ASTM A494)
Non-Wetted Parts
Electronics Housing
Low-copper aluminum alloy or CF-8M (Cast 316 SST)
NEMA 4X, IP 66, IP 68 (66 ft. (20 m) for 168 hours)
Coplanar Sensor Module Housing
SST: CF-3M (Cast 316L SST)
Bolts
Plated carbon steel per ASTM A449, Type 1
Austenitic 316 SST per ASTM F593
ASTM A453, Class D, Grade 660 SST
ASTM A193, Grade B7M alloy steel
ASTM A193, Class 2, Grade B8M SST
Alloy K-500
Sensor Module Fill Fluid
Silicone or inert halocarbon (Inert is not available with 3051S_CA). In-Line series uses Fluorinert®
FC-43.
Process Fill Fluid (Liquid Level Only)
3051S_L: Syltherm XLT, Silicone 704, Silicone 200, inert, glycerin and water, Neobee M-20,
propylene glycol and water.
Paint for Aluminum Housing
Polyurethane
Cover O-rings
Buna-N
Wireless Antenna
PBT/ polycarbonate (PC) integrated omnidirectional antenna
Power Module
Field replaceable, keyed connection eliminates the risk of incorrect installation, Intrinsically Safe
Lithium-thionyl chloride Power Module with PBT enclosure
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Shipping Weights
Sensor Module Weights
Coplanar Sensor Module(1)
3.1 lb (1,4 kg)
In-Line Sensor Module
1.4 lb (0,6 kg)
(1) Flange and bolts not included.
Transmitter Weights(1)
Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module (3051S_C)
Junction Box Housing, SST Flange
PlantWeb Housing, SST Flange
6.3 lb (2,8 kg)
6.7 lb (3,1 kg)
Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module (3051S_T)
Junction Box Housing
PlantWeb Housing
3.2 lb (1,4 kg)
3.7 lb (1,7 kg)
(1) Fully functional transmitter with sensor module, housing, terminal block, and covers. Does not include LCD display.
Transmitter Option Weights
Option Code
1J, 1K, 1L
2J
7J
2A, 2B, 2C
1A, 1B, 1C
M5
B4
B1, B2, B3
B7, B8, B9
BA, BC
B4
F12, F22
F13, F23
E12, E22
F14, F24
F15, F25
G21
G22
G11
G12
G31
G41
Option
SST PlantWeb Housing
SST Junction Box Housing
SST Quick Connect
Aluminum Junction Box Housing
Aluminum PlantWeb Housing
LCD Display for Aluminum PlantWeb Housing(1),
LCD Display for SST PlantWeb Housing(1)
SST Mounting Bracket for Coplanar Flange
Mounting Bracket for Traditional Flange
Mounting Bracket for Traditional Flange with SST Bolts
SST Bracket for Traditional Flange
SST Mounting Bracket for In-Line
SST Traditional Flange with SST Drain Vents(2)
Cast C-276 Traditional Flange with Alloy C-276 Drain Vents(2)
SST Coplanar Flange with SST Drain Vents(2)
Cast Alloy 400 Traditional Flange with Alloy 400/K-500 Drain Vents(2)
SST Traditional Flange with Alloy C-276 Drain Vents(2)
Level Flange—3 in., 150
Level Flange—3 in., 300
Level Flange—2 in., 150
Level Flange—2 in., 300
DIN Level Flange, SST, DN 50, PN 40
DIN Level Flange, SST, DN 80, PN 40
(1) Includes LCD display and display cover.
(2) Includes mounting bolts.
Item
Weight in lb. (kg)
Aluminum Standard Cover
SST Standard Cover
Aluminum Display Cover
SST Display Cover
LCD Display(1)
Junction Box Terminal Block
PlantWeb Terminal Block
Power Module
0.4 (0,2)
1.3 (0,6)
0.7 (0,3)
1.5 (0,7)
0.1 (0,04)
0.2 (0,1)
0.2 (0,1)
0.5 (0,2)
(1) Display only.
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Add lb (kg)
3.5 (1,6)
3.4 (1,5)
0.4 (0,2)
1.1 (0,5)
1.1 (0,5)
0.8 (0,4)
1.6 (0,7)
1.2 (0,5)
1.7 (0,8)
1.7 (0,8)
1.6 (0,7)
1.3 (0,6)
3.2 (1,5)
3.6 (1,6)
1.9 (0,9)
3.6 (1,6)
3.2 (1,5)
12.6 (5,7)
15.9 (7,2)
6.8 (3,1)
8.2 (3,7)
7.8 (3,5)
13.0 (5,9)
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Flush
2-in. Ext.
Flange
lb. (kg)
lb (kg)
2-in., 150
9.5 (4,3)
—
3-in., 150
15.7 (7,1)
16.4 (7,4)
4-in., 150
21.2 (9,6)
20.9 (9,5)
2-in., 300
11.3 (5,1)
—
3-in., 300
19.6 (8,9)
20.3 (9,2)
4-in., 300
30.4 (13.8)
30.3 (13,7)
2-in., 600
12.8 (5,8)
—
3-in., 600
22.1 (10,0)
22.8 (10,3)
DN 50 / PN 40
11.3 (5,1)
—
DN 80 / PN 40
16.0 (7,3)
16.7 (7,6)
DN 100 / PN 10/16
11.2 (5,1)
11.9 (5,4)
DN 100 / PN 40
12.6 (5,7)
13.3 (6,0)
Rosemount 3051S Series
4-in. Ext.
lb (kg)
—
17.6 (8,0)
22.1 (10,0)
—
21.5 (9,8)
31.5 (14,3)
—
24.0 (10,9)
—
17.9 (8,1)
13.1 (5,9)
14.5 (6,6)
6-in. Ext.
lb (kg)
—
18.9 (8,6)
23.4 (10,6)
—
22.8 (10,3)
32.8 (14,9)
—
25.3 (11,5)
—
19.2 (8,7)
14.4 (6,5)
15.8 (7,1)
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DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS
Figure A-1. Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module and Flange
PlantWeb Housing
Junction Box Housing
Wireless Housing
Front View
Front View
Front View
4.20 (107)
Extended Range,
External Antenna
4.20 (107)
External
Antenna
8.53
(217)
8.53
(217)
9.63
(245)
Side View
4.55 (116)
6.93
(176)
90°
10.91
(277)
4.20
(107)
9.63
(245)
Side View
Side View
3.45 (88)
3.46
(87.8)
6.72
(171)
6.06
(155)
7.70
(196)
8.53
(217)
9.63
(245)
6.44 (164)
6.44 (164)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
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6.44
(154)
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Figure A-2. Transmitter with Coplanar Sensor Module and Traditional Flange
PlantWeb Housing
Junction Box Housing
Wireless Housing
Front View
Front View
Front View
Extended Range,
External Antenna
External
Antenna
6.93
(176)
9.26
(235)
9.26
(235)
3.40
(86)
1.10
(28)
Side View
90°
10.91
(277)
4.20
(107)
3.40
(86)
1.10
(28)
3.40
(86)
Side View
1.10
(28)
Side View
3.45 (88)
3.46
(87.8)
6.72
(171)
6.06
(155)
7.70
(196)
9.26
(235)
1.63 (41)
1.63 (41)
2.13 (54)
2.13
(54)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
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Figure A-3. Transmitter with In-Line Sensor Module
PlantWeb Housing
Junction Box Housing
Wireless Housing
Front View
Front View
Front View
Extended Range,
External Antenna
4.20 (107)
4.20 (107)
External 90°
Antenna
6.93
(176)
3.46
(87.8)
4.20
(107
8.22
(209)
8.22
(209)
Side View
10.91
(277)
Side View
Side View
5.21 (132)
4.55 (116)
3.45 (88)
6.93
(176)
6.72
(171)
6.06
(155)
8.22
(209)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
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Figure A-4. Coplanar Mounting Configurations (B4 Bracket)
Pipe Mount
Front View
Panel Mount
Front View
Front View
4.55 (116)
2.58 (66)
6.15
(156)
2.81
(71)
4.70 (120)
3.54 (90)
6.25 (159)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
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Figure A-5. Traditional Mounting Configurations
Pipe Mount
Pipe Mount (Flat Bracket)
Panel Mount
10.70 (272)
8.18
(208)
2.62
(67)
7.7
(196)
13.03
(331)
0.93
(24)
5.32
(135)
2.62
(67)
3.42
(87)
3.42
(87)
4.85
(123)
7.70 (196)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
Figure A-6. In-Line Mounting Configurations (B4 Bracket)
Pipe Mount
Front View
Panel Mount
Side View
2.58
(66)
6.15
(156)
6.15
3.08
(78)
4.55 (116)
2.81
(71)
6.25
(159)
4.72 (120)
6.90 (175)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
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Figure A-7. Remote Display Mounting Configurations (B4 Bracket)
Pipe Mount
Front View
Panel Mount
Side View
2.33
(59)
5.19 (132)
1.82 (46)
4.48
(114
2.66
(68)
2.66
(68)
6.90 (175)
6.15
(156)
4.72 (120)
3.08
(78)
6.24 (158)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
(1)
Tolerances are 0.040 (1,02), –0.020 (0,51).
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Figure A-8. Rosemount 3051S_L Liquid Level Transmitter
Side View
Flush Flanged Configuration
Front View
Extended Flanged Configuration
5.21 (132)
4.20 (107)
4.20 (107)
4.55 (116)
7.09
9.65
(180) 8.53 (245)
(217)
E
D
A
A
H
B
C
H
Extension
2, 4, or 6 (51, 102, or 152)
Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
Class
ASME B16.5 (ANSI) 150
ASME B16.5 (ANSI) 300
ASME B16.5 (ANSI) 600
DIN 2501 PN 10–40
DIN 2501 PN 25/40
DIN 2501 PN 10/16
Pipe
Size
2 (51)
3 (76)
4 (102)
2 (51)
3 (76)
4 (102)
2 (51)
3 (76)
DN 50
DN 80
DN 100
DN 100
Flange
Thickness A
Bolt Circle
Diameter B
Outside
Diameter C
No. of
Bolts
Bolt Hole
Diameter
Extension
Diameter(1) D
E
H
0.69 (18)
0.88 (22)
0.88 (22)
0.82 (21)
1.06 (27)
1.19 (30)
1.00 (25)
1.25 (32)
20 mm
24 mm
24 mm
20 mm
4.75 (121)
6.0 (152)
7.5 (191)
5.0 (127)
6.62 (168)
7.88 (200)
5.0 (127)
6.62 (168)
125 mm
160 mm
190 mm
180 mm
6.0 (152)
7.5 (191)
9.0 (229)
6.5 (165)
8.25 (210)
10.0 (254)
6.5 (165)
8.25 (210)
165 mm
200 mm
235 mm
220 mm
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
8
4
8
8
8
0.75 (19)
0.75 (19)
0.75 (19)
0.75 (19)
0.88 (22)
0.88 (22)
0.75 (19)
0.88 (22)
18 mm
18 mm
22 mm
18 mm
N/A
2.58 (66)
3.5 (89)
N/A
2.58 (66)
3.5 (89)
N/A
2.58 (66)
N/A
66 mm
89 mm
89 mm
3.6 (92)
5.0 (127)
6.2 (158)
3.6 (92)
5.0 (127)
6.2 (158)
3.6 (92)
5.0 (127)
4.0 (102)
5.4 (138)
6.2 (158)
6.2 (158)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
7.65 (194)
7.65 (194)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
5.65 (143)
(1) Tolerances are 0.040 (1,02), –0.020 (0,51).
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ORDERING INFORMATION
Table A-1. Rosemount 3051S Scalable Coplanar Pressure Transmitter Ordering Information
★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Model
Transmitter Type
3051S
Scalable Pressure Transmitter
Performance Class
Standard
1
Ultra: 0.025 percent span accuracy, 200:1 rangedown, 10-yr stability, 12-yr limited warranty
3(1)
Ultra for Flow: 0.04 percent reading accuracy, 200:1 turndown, 10-yr stability, 12-yr ltd warranty
2
Classic: 0.055 percent span accuracy, 100:1 rangedown, 5-yr stability
Connection Type
Standard
C
Coplanar
Measurement Type(2)
Standard
D
Differential
G
Gage
Expanded
A
Absolute
Pressure Range
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Standard
1A
-25 to 25 inH2O (-62,2 to 62,2 mbar) -25 to 25 inH2O (-62,2 to 62,2 mbar) 0 to 30 psia (0 to 2,06 bar)
2A
-250 to 250 inH2O (-623 to
-250 to 250 inH2O (-623 to 623 mbar) 0 to 150 psia (0 to 10,34 bar)
623 mbar)
3A
-1000 to 1000 inH2O (-2,5 to 2,5 bar) -393 to 1000 inH2O (-0,98 to 2,5 bar) 0 to 800 psia (0 to 55,2 bar)
4A
-300 to 300 psi (-20,7 to 20,7 bar)
-14.2 to 300 psig (-0,98 to 21 bar)
0 to 4000 psia (0 to 275,8 bar)
5A
-2000 to 2000 psi (-137,9 to 137,9
-14.2 to 2000 psig (-0,98 to 137,9
N/A
bar)
bar)
Expanded
0A(3)
-3 to 3 inH2O (-7,47 to 7,47 mbar)
N/A
0 to 5 psia (0 to 0,34 bar)
Isolating Diaphragm
Standard
2(4)
316L SST
3(4)
Alloy C-276
Expanded
4
Alloy 400
5(5)
Tantalum
6
Gold-Plated Alloy 400 (includes Graphite-Filled PTFE o-ring)
7
Gold-plated 316L SST
Process Connection
Size
Materials of Construction
Flange
Material
Standard
000
A11(6)
A12(6)
B11(6)(7)(8)
B12(6)(7)(8)
C11(6)
D11(6)
EA2(6)
EA3(6)
EA5(6)
Drain Vent
None
Assemble to Rosemount 305 Integral Manifold
Assemble to Rosemount 304 or AMF Manifold and SST traditional flange
Assemble to one Rosemount 1199 Seal
SST
Assemble to two Rosemount 1199 Seals
SST
Assemble to Rosemount 405 Primary Element
Assemble to Rosemount 1195 integral orifice and Rosemount 305 Integral Manifold
Assemble to Rosemount Annubar® Primary Element with
SST
316 SST
Coplanar flange
Assemble to Rosemount Annubar Primary Element with
Cast C-276
Alloy C-276
Coplanar flange
Assemble to Rosemount Annubar Primary Element with
SST
Alloy C-276
Coplanar flange
Standard
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
Bolting
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
1
E11
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
CS
316 SST
1
E12
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
1
E13(4)
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
Cast C-276
Alloy C-276
1
E14
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
Cast Alloy 400 Alloy 400/K-500
1
E15(4)
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
Alloy C-276
1
E16(4)
Coplanar flange
/4–18 NPT
CS
Alloy C-276
E21
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
CS
316 SST
E22
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
SST
316 SST
E23(4)
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
Cast C-276
Alloy C-276
E24
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
Cast Alloy 400 Alloy 400/K-500
E25(4)
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
SST
Alloy C-276
E26(4)
Coplanar flange
RC 1/4
CS
Alloy C-276
1
F12
Traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
1
F13(4)
Traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
Cast C-276
Alloy C-276
1
F14
Traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
Cast Alloy 400 Alloy 400/K-500
1
F15(4)
Traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
Alloy C-276
F22
Traditional flange
RC 1/4
SST
316 SST
F23(4)
Traditional flange
RC 1/4
Cast C-276
Alloy C-276
F24
Traditional flange
RC 1/4
Cast Alloy 400 Alloy 400/K-500
F25(4)
Traditional flange
RC 1/4
SST
Alloy C-276
1
7
F52
DIN-compliant traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
/16-in. bolting
G11
Vertical mount level flange
2-in. ANSI class 150 SST
316 SST
G12
Vertical mount level flange
2-in. ANSI class 300 SST
316 SST
G21
Vertical mount level flange
3-in. ANSI class 150 SST
316 SST
G22
Vertical mount level flange
3-in. ANSI class 300 SST
316 SST
G31
Vertical mount level flange
DIN- DN 50 PN 40
SST
316 SST
G41
Vertical mount level flange
DIN- DN 80 PN 40
SST
316 SST
Expanded
1
F32
Bottom vent traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
F42
Bottom vent traditional flange
RC 1/4
SST
316 SST
1
F62
DIN-compliant traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
M10 bolting
1
F72
DIN-compliant traditional flange
/4–18 NPT
SST
316 SST
M12 bolting
Transmitter Output
Standard
A
4–20 mA with digital signal based on HART® protocol
F(9)
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol
(10)
X
Wireless (Requires wireless options and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Housing Style
Material
Conduit
Entry Size
Standard
00
None (SuperModule spare part, order output code A)
1
1A
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
/2–14 NPT
1B
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
M20 x 1.5
1
1J
PlantWeb housing
SST
/2–14 NPT
1K
PlantWeb housing
SST
M20 x 1.5
1
5A(22)
Wireless PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
/2–14 NPT
1
5J(22)
Wireless PlantWeb housing
SST
/2–14 NPT
1
2A
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
/2–14 NPT
2B
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
M20 x 1.5
1
2J
Junction Box housing
SST
/2–14 NPT
1
2E
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
Aluminum
/2–14 NPT
2F
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
Aluminum
M20 x 1.5
1
2M
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
SST
/2–14 NPT
(11)
7J
Quick Connect (A size Mini, 4-pin male termination)
SST
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★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
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Standard
★
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★
★
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★
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★
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Expanded
1C
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
G1/2
1L
PlantWeb housing
SST
G1/2
2C
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
G1/2
2G
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
Aluminum
G1/2
Wireless Options (Requires option code X and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Update Rate
Standard
WA
User Configurable Update Rate
Operating Frequency and Protocol
Standard
3
2.4 GHz DSSS, IEC 62591 (WirelessHART)
Omnidirectional Wireless Antenna
Standard
WK
External Antenna
WM
Extended Range, External Antenna
SmartPower™
Standard
Compatible with Black Power Module (I.S. Power Module Sold Separately)
1(12)
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Other Options (Include with selected model number)
PlantWeb Control Functionality
Standard
FOUNDATION fieldbus Advanced Control Function Block Suite
A01(13)
PlantWeb Diagnostic Functionality
Standard
FOUNDATION fieldbus Diagnostics Suite
D01(13)
Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite
DA2(13)(14)
PlantWeb Enhanced Measurement Functionality
Standard
FOUNDATION fieldbus Fully Compensated Mass Flow Block
H01(13)(15)
Mounting Bracket(16)
Standard
B4
Coplanar flange bracket, all SST, 2-in. pipe and panel
B1
Traditional flange bracket, CS, 2-in. pipe
B2
Traditional flange bracket, CS, panel
B3
Traditional flange flat bracket, CS, 2-in. pipe
B7
Traditional flange bracket, B1 with SST bolts
B8
Traditional flange bracket, B2 with SST bolts
B9
Traditional flange bracket, B3 with SST bolts
BA
Traditional flange bracket, B1, all SST
BC
Traditional flange bracket, B3, all SST
Software Configuration
Standard
Custom software configuration (Requires Configuration Data Sheet)
C1(17)
C2
Custom flow configuration (Requires H01 and Configuration Data Sheet)
Gage Pressure Calibration
Standard
C3
Gage pressure calibration on Rosemount 3051S_CA4 only
Alarm Limit
Standard
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, high alarm
C4(13)(17)
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, low alarm
C5(13)(17)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, high alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C6(13)(17)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, low alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C7(13)(17)
Low alarm (standard Rosemount alarm and saturation levels)
C8(13)(17)
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
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__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Hardware Adjustments
Standard
Hardware adjustments (zero, span, alarm, security)
D1(13)(17)(18)
Flange Adapter
Standard
1
/2-14 NPT flange adapter
D2(16)
Expanded
RC1/2 SST flange adapter
D9(16)
Custody Transfer
Standard
Measurement Canada Accuracy Approval
D3(19)
Ground Screw
Standard
D4
External ground screw assembly
Drain/Vent Valve
Standard
Delete transmitter drain/vent valves (install plugs)
D5(16)
Expanded
Coplanar flange without drain/vent ports
D7(16)
Conduit Plug
Standard
316 SST Conduit Plug
DO(20)
Product Certifications(21)
Standard
E1
ATEX Flameproof
I1
ATEX Intrinsic Safety
IA
ATEX FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
N1
ATEX Type n
K1
ATEX Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n, Dust
ND
ATEX Dust
E4
TIIS Flameproof
TIIS Intrinsic Safety
I4(22)
E5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof
I5
FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
IE
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
K5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Division 2
E6(23)
I6
CSA Intrinsically Safe
IF
CSA FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
(23)
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
K6
E7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof
I7
IECEx Intrinsic Safety
IG
IECEx FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
N7
IECEx Type n
K7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n
E2
INMETRO Flameproof
I2
INMETRO Intrinsic Safety
K2
INMETRO Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety
E3
China Flameproof
I3
China Intrinsic Safety
N3
China Type n
ATEX and CSA Flameproof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KA(23)
FM and CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KB(23)
FM and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KC
FM, CSA, and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe
KD(23)
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Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
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★
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★
★
★
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Table A-1. Rosemount 3051S Scalable Coplanar Pressure Transmitter Ordering Information
★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Sensor Fill Fluid
Standard
Inert sensor fill fluid
L1(24)
O-ring
Standard
L2
Graphite-filled PTFE o-ring
Bolting Material
Standard
Austenitic 316 SST bolts
L4(16)
ASTM A 193, Grade B7M bolts
L5(4)(16)
Alloy K-500 bolts
L6(16)
ASTM A453, Class D, Grade 660 bolts
L7(4)(16)
ASTM A193, Class 2, Grade B8M bolts
L8(16)
Display Type(25)
Standard
M5
PlantWeb LCD Display
M7(13)(26)(27)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, no cable, SST bracket
M8(13)(26)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 50 ft. (15 m) cable, SST bracket
M9(13)(26)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 100-ft. (31 m) cable, SST bracket
Pressure Testing
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
Expanded
P1(28)
Hydrostatic testing with certificate
Special Cleaning
Expanded
P2(16)
Cleaning for special services
P3(16)
Cleaning for less than 1PPM chlorine/fluorine
Maximum Static Line Pressure
Standard
P9
4500 psig (310 bar) static pressure limit (Rosemount 3051S_CD only)
P0(29)
6092 psig (420 bar) static pressure limit (Rosemount 3051S2CD only)
Calibration Certification
Standard
Q4
Calibration certificate
QP
Calibration certificate and tamper evident seal
Material Traceability Certification
Standard
Q8
Material traceability certification per EN 10204 3.1
Quality Certification for Safety
Standard
Prior-use certificate of FMEDA Data
QS(13)(17)
Safety-certified to IEC 61508 with certificate of FMEDA data
QT(30)
Transient Protection
Standard
Transient terminal block
T1(31)(32)
Drinking Water Approval
Standard
NSF Drinking Water Approval
DW(33)
Surface Finish Certification
Standard
Q16
Surface finish certification for sanitary remote seals
Toolkit Total System Performance Reports
Standard
QZ
Remote Seal System Performance Calculation Report
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Conduit Electrical Connector
Standard
GE(34)
M12, 4-pin, Male Connector (eurofast®)
(34)
GM
A size Mini, 4-pin, Male Connector (minifast®)
Typical Model Number: 3051S1CD 2A 2 E12 A 1A DA2 B4 M5
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Standard
★
★
This option is only available with range codes 2A and 3A, 316L SST or Alloy C-276 isolating diaphragm and silicone fill fluid.
Performance Class code 3 is available with Measurement Type code D only.
3051S_CD0 is only available with traditional flange, 316L SST diaphragm material, and Bolting option L4.
Materials of Construction comply with metallurgical requirements highlighted within NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 for sour oil field production environments.
Environmental limits apply to certain materials. Consult latest standard for details. Selected materials also conform to NACE MR0103 for sour refining
environments.
(5) Tantalum diaphragm material is only available for ranges 2A - 5A, differential and gage.
(6) “Assemble to” items are specified separately and require a completed model number. Process connection option codes B12, C11, D11, EA2, EA3, and
EA5 are only available on differential Measurement Type, code D.
(7) Consult an Emerson Process Management representative for performance specifications.
(8) Not available with performance class code 3.
(9) Requires PlantWeb housing.
(10) Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), CSA Intrinsically Safe (option code I6), ATEX Intrinsic Safety
(option code I1), and IECEx Intrinsic Safety (option code I7).
(11) Available with output code A only. Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), ATEX Intrinsic Safety (option code I1), or IECEx
Intrinsic Safety (option code I7). Contact an Emerson Process Management representative for additional information.
(12) Long-Life Power Module must be shipped separately, order Part #00753-9220-0001.
(13) Not available with output code X.
(14) Requires PlantWeb housing and output code A. Includes Hardware Adjustments as standard.
(15) Requires Rosemount Engineering Assistant to configure.
(16) Not available with process connection option code A11.
(17) Not available with output code F.
(18) Not available with housing style codes 00, 2E, 2F, 2G, 2M, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(19) Requires PlantWeb housing and Hardware Adjustments option code D1. Limited availability depending on transmitter type and range. Contact an Emerson
Process Management representative for additional information.
(20) Transmitter is shipped with 316 SST conduit plug (uninstalled) in place of standard carbon steel conduit plug.
(21) Valid when SuperModule Platform and housing have equivalent approvals.
(22) Only available with output code X.
(23) Not available with M20 or G ½ conduit entry size.
(24) Only available on differential and gage measurement types. Silicone fill fluid is standard.
(25) Not available with Housing code 7J.
(26) Not available with output code F, option code DA2, or option code QT.
(27) See the 3051S Reference Manual (document number 00809-0100-4801) for cable requirements. Contact an Emerson Process Management
representative for additional information.
(28) P1 is not available with 3051S_CA0.
(29) Requires 316L SST, Alloy C-276, or Gold-plated 316L SST diaphragm material, assemble to Rosemount 305 integral manifold or DIN-compliant traditional
flange process connection, and bolting option L8. Limited to Pressure Range (Differential), ranges 2A – 5A.
(30) Not available with output code F or X. Not available with housing code 7J.
(31) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(32) The T1 option is not needed with FISCO Product Certifications; transient protection is included in the FISCO product certification codes IA, IE, IF, and IG.
(33) Requires 316L SST diaphragm material, glass-filled PTFE O-ring (standard), and Process Connection code E12 or F12.
(34) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J. Available with Intrinsically Safe approvals only. For FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5) or
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (option code IE), install in accordance with Rosemount drawing 03151-1009 to maintain outdoor rating (NEMA 4X and IP66).
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Table A-2. Rosemount 3051S Scalable In-Line Pressure Transmitter Ordering Information
★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Model
Transmitter Type
3051S
Scalable Pressure Transmitter
Performance Class
Standard
1
Ultra: 0.025 percent span accuracy, 200:1 rangedown, 10-yr stability, 12-yr limited warranty
2
Classic: 0.055 percent span accuracy, 100:1 rangedown, 5-yr stability
Connection Type
Standard
T
In-Line
Measurement Type
Standard
G
Gage
A
Absolute
Pressure Range
Gage
Absolute
Standard
1A
-14.7 to 30 psi (-1,0 to 2,1 bar)
0 to 30 psia (2,1 bar)
2A
-14.7 to 150 psi (-1,0 to 10,3 bar)
0 to 150 psia (10,3 bar)
3A
-14.7 to 800 psi (-1,0 to 55 bar)
0 to 800 psia (55 bar)
4A
-14.7 to 4000 psi (-1,0 to 276 bar)
0 to 4000 psia (276 bar)
5A
-14.7 to 10000 psi (-1,0 to 689 bar)
0 to 10000 psia (689 bar)
Isolating Diaphragm
Standard
2(1)
316L SST
3(1)
Alloy C-276
Process Connection
Standard
A11(2)
Assemble to Rosemount 306 Integral Manifold
B11(2)(3)
Assemble to one Rosemount 1199 Seal
1
E11
/2–14 NPT female
G11
G1/2 A DIN 16288 male (Range 1-4 only)
Expanded
F11
Non-threaded instrument flange (I-flange) (Range 1-4 only)
Transmitter Output
Standard
A
4–20 mA with digital signal based on HART® protocol
F(4)
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol
(5)
X
Wireless (Requires wireless options and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Housing Style
Standard
00
None (SuperModule spare part, order output code A)
1A
PlantWeb housing
1B
PlantWeb housing
1J
PlantWeb housing
1K
PlantWeb housing
5A(16)
Wireless PlantWeb housing
5J(16)
Wireless PlantWeb housing
2A
Junction Box housing
2B
Junction Box housing
2J
Junction Box housing
2E
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
2F
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
2M
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
7J(6)
Quick Connect (A size Mini, 4-pin male termination)
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
Material
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
SST
Aluminum
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
SST
Conduit Entry Size
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
1
/2–14 NPT
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Expanded
1C
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
G1/2
1L
PlantWeb housing
SST
G1/2
2C
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
G1/2
2G
Junction Box Housing with output for remote display and interface
Aluminum
G1/2
Wireless Options (Requires option code X and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Update Rate
Standard
WA
User Configurable Update Rate
Operating Frequency and Protocol
Standard
3
2.4 GHz DSSS, IEC 62591 (WirelessHART)
Omnidirectional Wireless Antenna
Standard
WK
External Antenna
WM
Extended Range, External Antenna
SmartPower™
Standard
1(7)
Compatible with Black Power Module (I.S. Power Module Sold Separately)
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Other Options (Include with selected model number)
PlantWeb Control Functionality
Standard
A01(8)
FOUNDATION fieldbus Advanced Control Function Block Suite
PlantWeb Diagnostic Functionality
Standard
D01(8)
FOUNDATION fieldbus Diagnostics Suite
DA2(8)(9)
Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite
Mounting Bracket(10)
Standard
B4
Bracket, all SST, 2-in. pipe and panel
Software Configuration
Standard
C1(11)
Custom software configuration (Requires Configuration Data Sheet)
Alarm Limit
Standard
C4(8)(11)
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, high alarm
C5(8)(11)
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, low alarm
C6(8)(11)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, high alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C7(8)(11)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, low alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C8(8)(11)
Low alarm (standard Rosemount alarm and saturation levels)
Hardware Adjustments
Standard
D1(8)(11)(12)
Hardware adjustments (zero, span, alarm, security)
Custody Transfer
Standard
D3(13)
Measurement Canada Accuracy Approval
Ground Screw
Standard
D4
External ground screw assembly
Conduit Plug
Standard
DO(14)
316 SST Conduit Plug
A-30
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Product Certifications(15)
Standard
E1
ATEX Flameproof
I1
ATEX Intrinsic Safety
IA
ATEX FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
N1
ATEX Type n
K1
ATEX Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n, Dust
ND
ATEX Dust
E4
TIIS Flameproof
I4(16)
TIIS Intrinsic Safety
E5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof
I5
FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
IE
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
K5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
E6(17)
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Division 2
I6
CSA Intrinsically Safe
IF
CSA FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
(17)
K6
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
E7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof
I7
IECEx Intrinsic Safety
IG
IECEx FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol only)
N7
IECEx Type n
K7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n
E2
INMETRO Flameproof
I2
INMETRO Intrinsic Safety
K2
INMETRO Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety
E3
China Flameproof
I3
China Intrinsic Safety
N3
China Type n
KA(17)
ATEX and CSA Flameproof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KB(17)
FM and CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KC
FM and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KD(17)
FM, CSA, and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe
Sensor Fill Fluid
Standard
L1(18)
Inert sensor fill fluid
Display Type(19)
Standard
M5
PlantWeb LCD Display
M7(8)(20)(21)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, no cable, SST bracket
M8(8)(20)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 50 ft. (15 m) cable, SST bracket
M9(8)(20)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 100-ft. (31 m) cable, SST bracket
Pressure Testing
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
Expanded
P1
Hydrostatic testing with certificate
Special Cleaning
Expanded
P2(10)
Cleaning for special services
P3(10)
Cleaning for less than 1PPM chlorine/fluorine
Calibration Certification
Standard
Q4
Calibration certificate
QP
Calibration certificate and tamper evident seal
Material Traceability Certification
Standard
Q8
Material traceability certification per EN 10204 3.1
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Quality Certification for Safety
Standard
QS(8)(11)
Prior-use certificate of FMEDA Data
QT(22)
Safety-certified to IEC 61508 with certificate of FMEDA data
Transient Protection
Standard
T1(23)(24)
Transient terminal block
Drinking Water Approval
Standard
DW(25)
NSF Drinking Water Approval
Surface Finish Certification
Standard
Q16
Surface finish certification for sanitary remote seals
Toolkit Total System Performance Reports
Standard
QZ
Remote Seal System Performance Calculation Report
Conduit Electrical Connector
Standard
GE(26)
M12, 4-pin, Male Connector (eurofast®)
GM(25)
A size Mini, 4-pin, Male Connector (minifast®)
Typical Model Number: 3051S1TG 2A 2 E11 A 1A DA2 B4 M5
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
(1) Materials of Construction comply with metallurgical requirements highlighted within NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 for sour oil field production environments.
Environmental limits apply to certain materials. Consult latest standard for details. Selected materials also conform to NACE MR0103 for sour refining
environments.
(2) “Assemble to” items are specified separately and require a completed model number.
(3) Consult an Emerson Process Management representative for performance specifications.
(4) Requires PlantWeb housing.
(5) Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), CSA Intrinsically Safe (option code I6), ATEX Intrinsic Safety
(option code I1), and IECEx Intrinsic Safety (option code I7).
(6) Available with output code A only. Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), ATEX Intrinsic Safety (option code I1), or IECEx
Intrinsic Safety (option code I7). Contact an Emerson Process Management representative for additional information.
(7) Long-Life Power Module must be shipped separately, order Part #00753-9220-0001.
(8) Not available with output code X.
(9) Requires PlantWeb housing and output code A. Includes Hardware Adjustments as standard.
(10) Not available with process connection option code A11.
(11) Not available with output code F.
(12) Not available with housing style codes 00, 01, 2E, 2F, 2G, 2M, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(13) Requires PlantWeb housing and Hardware Adjustments option code D1. Limited availability depending on transmitter type and range. Contact an Emerson
Process Management representative for additional information.
(14) Transmitter is shipped with 316 SST conduit plug (uninstalled) in place of standard carbon steel conduit plug.
(15) Valid when SuperModule Platform and housing have equivalent approvals.
(16) Only available with output code X.
(17) Not available with M20 or G ½ conduit entry size.
(18) Silicone fill fluid is standard.
(19) Not available with Housing code 7J.
(20) Not available with output code F, option code DA2, or option code QT.
(21) See the 3051S Reference Manual (document number 00809-0100-4801) for cable requirements. Contact an Emerson Process Management
representative for additional information.
(22) Not available with output code F or X. Not available with housing code 7J.
(23) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(24) The T1 option is not needed with FISCO Product Certifications; transient protection is included in the FISCO product certification codes IA, IE, IF, and IG.
(25) Requires 316L SST diaphragm material and Process Connection code E11 or G11.
(26) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J. Available with Intrinsically Safe approvals only. For FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5) or
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (option code IE), install in accordance with Rosemount drawing 03151-1009 to maintain outdoor rating (NEMA 4X and IP66).
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Model
Transmitter Type
3051S
Liquid Level Transmitter
Performance Class
Standard
1
2
Standard
★
★
Ultra: 0.065% span accuracy, 100:1 rangedown, 12-year limited warranty
Classic: 0.065% span accuracy, 100:1 rangedown
Connection Type
Standard
L
Standard
★
Level
Measurement Type
Standard
D
G
A
Standard
★
★
★
Differential
Gage
Absolute
Pressure Range
Standard
2A
3A
4A
5A
Differential (LD)
Gage (LG)
Absolute (LA)
-250 to 250 inH2O (-623 to 623 mbar)
-1000 to 1000 inH2O (-2,5 to 2,5 bar)
-300 to 300 psi (-20,7 to 20,7 bar)
-2000 to 2000 psi (-137,9 to 137,9 bar)
-250 to 250 inH2O (-623 to 623 mbar)
-393 to 1000 inH2O (-0,98 to 2,5 bar)
-14.2 to 300 psig (-0,98 to 21 bar)
-14.2 to 2000 psig (-0,98 to 137,9 bar)
0 to 150 psia (10 bar)
0 to 800 psia (55 bar)
0 to 4000 psia (276 bar)
N/A
Standard
★
★
★
★
Transmitter Output
Standard
A
F(1)
X(2)
Housing Style
Standard
00
1A
1B
1J
1K
2A
2B
2E
2F
2J
2M
5A(17)
5J(17)
7J(3)
Expanded
1C
1L
2C
2G
Standard
★
★
★
4-20 mA with digital signal based on HART protocol
FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol
Wireless (Requires wireless options and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Material
None (SuperModule spare part, order output code A)
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
PlantWeb housing
SST
PlantWeb housing
SST
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
Junction Box housing
Aluminum
Junction Box housing with output for
Aluminum
remote interface
Junction Box housing with output for
Aluminum
remote interface
Junction Box housing
SST
Junction Box housing with output for
SST
remote interface
Wireless PlantWeb housing
Aluminum
Wireless PlantWeb housing
SST
Quick Connect (A size Mini, 4-pin male SST
termination)
PlantWeb housing
PlantWeb housing
Junction Box housing
Junction Box housing with output for
remote interface
Aluminum
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
Conduit Entry Size
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
M20 x 1.5
★
1
★
★
1
/2–14 NPT
/2–14 NPT
1
1
/2–14 NPT
/2–14 NPT
1
★
★
★
G1/2
G1/2
G1/2
G1/2
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Seal System Type
Standard
1
Standard
★
Direct-mount seal system
High Pressure Side Extension (Between Transmitter Flange and Seal)
Standard
0
Standard
★
Direct-Mount (No Extension)
Sensor Module Configuration (Low Side)
Standard
1(4)
2
3
Tuned-System Assembly, One Capillary Remote Seal (Requires 1199 model number, see Table A-3 of
Rosemount DP Level PDS for seal information)
316L SST isolator / SST transmitter flange
Alloy C-276 isolator / SST transmitter flange
Standard
★
★
★
Capillary Length
Standard
0
Standard
★
None
Seal Fill Fluid (High Side)
Standard
A
Syltherm XLT
C
Silicone 704
D
Silicone 200
H
Inert (Halocarbon)
G
Glycerine and Water
N
Neobee M-20
P
Propylene Glycol and Water
Process Connection Style
Standard
FF
Flush Flanged Seal
EF
Extended Flanged Seal
Temperature Limits (Ambient Temperature of 70° F (21° C))
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
-102 to 293 °F (-75 to 145 °C)
32 to 401 °F (0 to 205 °C)
-49 to 401 ° F (-45 to 205 °C)
-49 to 320 °F (-45 to 160 °C)
5 to 203 °F (-15 to 95 °C)
5 to 401 °F (-15 to 205 °C)
5 to 203 °F (-15 to 95 °C)
Standard
★
★
Process Connection Size (High Side)
Standard
G
7
J
9
Flush Flanged Seal
Extended Flanged Seal
2-in./DN 50
3-in.
DN 80
4-in./DN 100
—
3-in./DN 80, 2.58-in. diaphragm
—
4-in./DN 100, 3.5-in. diaphragm
Standard
★
★
★
★
Flange Rating (High Side)
Standard
1
2
4
G
E
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
ANSI/ASME B16.5 Class 150
ANSI/ASME B16.5 Class 300
ANSI/ASME B16.5 Class 600
PN 40 per EN 1092-1
PN 10/16 per EN 1092-1, Available with DN 100 only
Isolator, Flange Material (High Side)
Standard
CA
DA
CB
DB
CC
DC
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Flush Flanged Seal Isolator
Extended Flanged Seal Isolator and
Wetted Parts
Flange Material
316L SST
316L SST
Alloy C-276
Alloy C-276
Tantalum - seam welded(5)
Tantalum - seam welded(5)
316L SST
316L SST
Alloy C-276
Alloy C-276
—
—
CS
SST
CS
SST
CS
SST
Standard
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★
★
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__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Lower Housing Material for FF, Extension Length for EF (High Side)(6)
Standard
0
2
4
6
A
B
D
Flush Flanged Seal
Extended Flanged Seal
None
—
—
—
316 SST
Alloy C-276
Carbon Steel
—
2-in. (50 mm)
4-in. (100 mm)
6-in. (150 mm)
—
—
—
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Flushing Connection Quantity and Size (Lower Housing, High Side)
Standard
0
1
3
7
9
Flush Flanged Seal
Extended Flanged Seal
None
1 (1/4 - 18 NPT)
2 (1/4 - 18 NPT)
1 (1/2 - 14 NPT)
2 (1/2 - 14 NPT)
None
—
—
—
—
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Wireless Options (Requires option code X and wireless PlantWeb housing)
Update Rate
Standard
WA
User Configurable Update Rate
Operating Frequency and Protocol
Standard
★
Standard
3
2.4 GHz DSSS, IEC 62591 (WirelessHART)
Omnidirectional Wireless Antenna
Standard
★
Standard
WK
External Antenna
WM
Extended Range, External Antenna
SmartPower™
Standard
★
★
Standard
1(7)
Standard
★
Compatible with Black Power Module (I.S. Power Module Sold Separately)
Other Options (Include with selected model number)
Diaphragm Thickness
Expanded
SC
0.006-in. (150 µm) available with 316L SST and Alloy C-276
Flushing Plug, Vent/Drain Valve
Standard
SD
SG
SH
Alloy C-276 plug(s) for flushing connection(s)
316 SST plug(s) for flushing connection(s)
316 SST vent/drain for flushing connection(s)
Standard
★
★
★
Gasket Material
Standard
SJ
Expanded
SN
PTFE gasket (for use with flushing connection ring)
Standard
★
Grafoil® gasket (for use with flushing connection ring)
Code Conformance
Standard
ST(8)
Wetted Materials Compliance to NACE MRO175/ISO 15156, MRO103
Standard
★
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__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
PlantWeb Control Functionality
Standard
A01(11)
FOUNDATION fieldbus Advanced Control Function Block Suite
Standard
★
PlantWeb Diagnostic Functionality
Standard
D01(11)
FOUNDATION fieldbus Diagnostics Suite
DA2(9)(11)
Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite
Software Configuration
Standard
★
★
Standard
C1(10)
Custom software configuration (Requires Configuration Data Sheet)
Gage Pressure Calibration
Standard
★
Standard
C3
Alarm Limit
Standard
★
Gage Pressure Calibration (3051SxLA4 only)
Standard
C4(10)(11)
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, high alarm
C5(10)(11)
NAMUR alarm and saturation levels, low alarm
C6(10)(11)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, high alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C7(10)(11)
Custom alarm and saturation signal levels, low alarm (Requires C1 and Configuration Data Sheet)
C8(10)(11)
Low alarm (standard Rosemount alarm and saturation levels)
Hardware Adjustments
Standard
D1(10)(11)(12)
Hardware adjustments (zero, span, alarm, security)
Flange Adapter
Standard
1
D2
/2-14 NPT flange adapter
Expanded
D9
RC 1/2 SST flange adapter
Custody Transfer
Standard
D3(13)
Measurement Canada Accuracy Approval
Ground Screw
Standard
D4
External ground screw assembly
Drain/Vent Valve
Standard
D5
Delete transmitter drain/vent valves (install plugs)
Conduit Plug
Standard
DO(14)
316 SST Conduit Plug
Product Certifications(15)
Standard
E1
ATEX Flameproof
E2
INMETRO Flameproof
E3
China Flameproof
E4
TIIS Flameproof
E5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof
E6(16)
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Division 2
E7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof
I1
ATEX Intrinsic Safety
I2
INMETRO Intrinsic Safety
I3
China Intrinsic Safety
I4(17)
TIIS Intrinsic Safety
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Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
I5
FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
I6
CSA Intrinsically Safe
I7
IECEx Intrinsic Safety
IA
ATEX FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
IE
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
IF
CSA FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
IG
IECEx FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
K1
ATEX Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n, Dust
K2
INMETRO Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety
K5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
K6(16)
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
K7
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n
KA(16)
ATEX and CSA Flameproof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KB(16)
FM and CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KC
FM and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
KD(16)
FM, CSA, and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe
N1
ATEX Type n
N3
China Type n
N7
IECEx Type n
ND
ATEX Dust
Sensor Fill Fluid
Standard
L1(18)
O-ring
Inert sensor fill fluid
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
L2
Graphite-filled PTFE o-ring
Bolting Material
Standard
★
Standard
L4
Austenitic 316 SST bolts
L5(8)
ASTM A193, Grade B7M bolts
L6
Alloy K-500 bolts
L7(8)
ASTM A453, Class D, Grade 660 bolts
L8
ASTM A193, Class 2, Grade B8M bolts
Display Type(19)
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
M5
PlantWeb LCD Display
M7(11)(20)(21) Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, no cable, SST bracket
M8(11)(20)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 50 ft. (15 m) cable, SST bracket
M9(11)(20)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, 100-ft. (31 m) cable, SST bracket
Pressure Testing
Standard
★
★
★
★
Expanded
P1
Hydrostatic testing with certificate
Special Cleaning
Expanded
P2
Cleaning for special services
P3
Cleaning for less than 1PPM chlorine/fluorine
Calibration Certification
Standard
Q4
QP
Calibration certificate
Calibration certificate and tamper evident seal
Standard
★
★
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__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Material Traceability Certification
Standard
Q8
Material traceability certification per EN 10204 3.1
Quality Certification for Safety
Standard
★
Standard
QS(10)(11)
Prior-use certificate of FMEDA data
QT(22)
Safety certified to IEC 61508 with certificate of FMEDA data
Transient Protection
Standard
★
★
Standard
T1(23)(24)
Transient terminal block
Toolkit Total System Performance Reports
Standard
★
Standard
QZ
Remote Seal System Performance Calculation Report
Conduit Electrical Connector
Standard
GE(25)
M12, 4-pin, Male Connector (eurofast®)
GM(25)
A size Mini, 4-pin, Male Connector (minifast®)
Standard
★
Typical Model Number for EF seal:
3051S2LD 2A
A 1A
1
Standard
★
★
0
2
0
D
EF 7
1
DA
2
0
(1) Requires PlantWeb housing.
(2) Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), CSA Intrinsically Safe (option code I6), ATEX Intrinsic Safety
(option code I1), and IECEx Intrinsic Safety (option code I7).
(3) Available with output code A only. Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), ATEX Intrinsic Safety (option code I1), or IECEx
Intrinsic Safety (option code I7). Contact an Emerson Process Management representative for additional information.
(4) With option code 1, user must select Seal Location option code M in Table A-3 of Rosemount DP Level PDS.
(5) Not recommended for use with spiral wound metallic gaskets (see 1199 product data sheet, document 00813-0100-4016 for additional options).
(6) Standard gasket for lower housing consists of non-asbestos fiber.
(7) Long-life Power Module must be shipped separately, order Part No. 00753-9220-0001.
(8) Materials of Construction comply with metallurgical requirements highlighted within NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 for sour oil field production environments.
Environmental limits apply to certain materials. Consult latest standard for details. Selected materials also conform to NACE MR0103 for sour refining
environments.
(9) Requires PlantWeb housing and output code A. Includes Hardware Adjustments as standard.
(10) Not available with output code F.
(11) Not available with output code X.
(12) Not available with housing style codes 00, 2E, 2F, 2G, 2M, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(13) Requires PlantWeb housing and Hardware Adjustments option code D1. Limited availability depending on transmitter type and range. Contact an Emerson
Process Management representative for additional information.
(14) Transmitter is shipped with 316 SST conduit plug (uninstalled) in place of standard carbon steel conduit plug.
(15) Valid when SuperModule Platform and housing have equivalent approvals.
(16) Not available with M20 or G ½ conduit entry size.
(17) Only available with output code X.
(18) Only available on differential and gage measurement types. Silicone fill fluid is standard.
(19) Not available with Housing 7J.
(20) Not available with output code F, option code DA2, or option code QT.
(21) See the 3051S Reference Manual (document number 00809-0100-4801) for cable requirements. Contact an Emerson Process Management
representative for additional information.
(22) Not available with output code F or X. Not available with housing code 7J.
(23) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J.
(24) The T1 option is not needed with FISCO Product Certifications; transient protection is included in the FISCO product certification codes IA, IE, IF, and IG.
(25) Not available with Housing code 00, 5A, 5J, or 7J. Available with Intrinsically Safe approvals only. For FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5) or
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (option code IE), install in accordance with Rosemount drawing 03151-1009 to maintain outdoor rating (NEMA 4X and IP66).
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★ The Standard offering represents the most common options. The starred options (★) should be selected for best delivery.
__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
Model
Transmitter Type
300S
Code
Housing for 3051S Scalable Pressure Transmitter
Housing Style
Standard
1A
PlantWeb housing
1B
PlantWeb housing
1J
PlantWeb housing
1K
PlantWeb housing
2A
Junction Box housing
2B
Junction Box housing
2E
Junction Box housing with output for remote interface
2F
Junction Box housing with output for remote interface
2J
Junction Box housing
2M
Junction Box housing with output for remote interface
3A
Remote mount display and interface housing
3B
Remote mount display and interface housing
3J
Remote mount display and interface housing
7J(1)
Quick Connect (A size Mini, 4-pin male termination)
Expanded
1C
PlantWeb housing
1L
PlantWeb housing
2C
Junction Box housing
2G
Junction Box housing with output for remote interface
3C
Remote mount display and interface housing
Code
Transmitter Output
Material
Conduit Entry Size
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
SST
SST
1
Aluminum
SST
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
G1/2
G 1/2
G1/2
G1/2
G1/2
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
1
/2–14 NPT
1
/2–14 NPT
M20 x 1.5
1
/2–14 NPT
Standard
A
4-20 mA with digital signal based on HART protocol
F(2)
FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
Options (Include with selected model number)
PlantWeb Control Functionality
Standard
A01
FOUNDATION fieldbus Advanced Control Function Block Suite
PlantWeb Diagnostic Functionality
Standard
D01
FOUNDATION fieldbus Diagnostics Suite
DA2(3)
Advanced HART Diagnostics Suite
Hardware Adjustments
Standard
D1(4)
Hardware adjustments (zero, span, alarm, security)
Note: Not available with Housing Style codes 2E, 2F, 2G, 2M, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3J, or 7J.
Conduit Plug
Standard
DO
316 SST Conduit Plug
Product Certifications
Standard
E1
ATEX Flameproof
I1
ATEX Intrinsic Safety
IA
ATEX FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
N1
ATEX Type n
K1
ATEX Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n, Dust
ND
ATEX Dust
E5
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof
I5
FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
IE
FM FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
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__The Expanded offering is subject to additional delivery lead time.
K5
E6
I6
IF
K6
E7
I7
IG
N7
K7
E2
I2
K2
E3
I3
N3
KA
FM Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Division 2
CSA Intrinsically Safe
CSA FISCO Intrinsically Safe (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof
IECEx Intrinsic Safety
IECEx FISCO Intrinsic Safety (FOUNDATION fieldbus protocol only)
IECEx Type n
IECEx Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsic Safety, Type n
INMETRO Flameproof
INMETRO Intrinsic Safety
INMETRO Flameproof, Intrinsic Safety
China Flameproof
China Intrinsic Safety
China Type n
ATEX and CSA Flameproof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
Note: Only available on Housing Style codes IA, IJ, 2A, 2J, 2E, 2M, 3A, or 3J.
KB
FM and CSA Explosion-proof, Dust Ignition-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
Note: Only available on Housing Style codes IA, IJ, 2A, 2J, 2E, 2M, 3A, or 3J.
KC
FM and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe, Division 2
Note: Only available on Housing Style codes IA, IJ, 2A, 2J, 2E, 2M, 3A, or 3J.
KD
FM, CSA, and ATEX Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe
Note: Only available on Housing Style codes IA, IJ, 2A, 2J, 2E, 2M, 3A, or 3J.
Display Type (5)
Standard
M5
PlantWeb LCD Display
M7(6)(7)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, PlantWeb housing, no cable, SST bracket
M8(7)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, SST bracket, 50 ft. (15 m) cable
M9(7)
Remote mount LCD display and interface, SST bracket, 100-ft. (31 m) cable
Transient Protection
Standard
T1(8)
Transient terminal block
Conduit Electrical Connector
Standard
GE(9)
M12, 4-pin, Male Connector (eurofast®)
(9)
GM
A size Mini, 4-pin, Male Connector (minifast®)
Typical Model Number: 300S 1A A E5
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
★
★
★
Standard
★
Standard
★
★
(1) Available with output code A only. Available approvals are FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5), ATEX Intrinsic Safety (option code I1), or IECEx
Intrinsic Safety (option code I7). Contact an Emerson Process Management representative for additional information.
(2) Requires PlantWeb housing.
(3) Requires PlantWeb housing and output code A. Includes Hardware Adjustments as standard.
(4) Not available with output code F.
(5) Not available with Housing code 7J.
(6) See the 3051S Reference Manual (document number 00809-0100-4801) for cable requirements. Contact an Emerson Process Management representative
for additional information.
(7) Not available with output code F, or option code DA2. Only available on Housing Style codes 3A, 3B, 3C, or 3J.
(8) Not available with Housing code 3A, 3B, 3C, 3J, or 7J.
(9) Not available with Housing code 7J. Available with Intrinsically Safe approvals only. For FM Intrinsically Safe, Division 2 (option code I5) or FM FISCO
Intrinsically Safe (option code IE), install in accordance with Rosemount drawing 03151-1009 to maintain outdoor rating (NEMA 4X and IP66).
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EXPLODED VIEW DIAGRAM
The following drawing shows the name and location for commonly ordered spare parts.
PlantWeb Housing
Terminal Block
Cover O-ring
Transmitter Electronics
Cover
Module O-Ring
Coplanar Flange
Process Flange O-Ring
Drain/Vent Valve
Flange Adapter O-Ring
Flange Alignment Screw
(Not Pressure Retaining)
Flange Adapters
Flange/Adapter Bolts
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SPARE PARTS
See Rosemount 3051S_C, 3051S_T & 3051S_L ordering tables in Appendix A (A-23,
A-29, and A-33 respectively) for ordering spare sensor modules.
- Typical Model Number 3051S1CD2A2000A00
Electronics Board Assembly Hardware (PlantWeb® Housing)
LCD/Housing Interface Assemblies for Hart Output
Standard Interface
03151-9010-0001
Hardware Adjustment Kit
03151-9015-0001
Adjustment Interface
Adjustment Module
Adjustment Interface
03151-9017-0001
Adjustment Module
03151-9019-0001
Remote Display Interface
03151-9023-0001
Remote Display and Interface Cable, 50 ft. (15 m)
03151-9101-0001
Remote Display and Interface Cable, 100 ft. (31 m)
03151-9101-0002
Fieldbus Output (Includes A01 and D01 PlantWeb Functionality)
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus Upgrade Kit (Standard)
03151-9021-0021
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Output Electronics
Standard Dual Compartment Terminal Block
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Upgrade Kit (with Transient Protection)
03151-9021-0022
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Output Electronics
Transient Dual Compartment Terminal Block
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Upgrade Kit (FISCO)
03151-9021-0023
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Output Electronics
FISCO Dual Compartment Terminal Block
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Output Electronics
03151-9020-0001
HART Diagnostics Electronics
Advanced HART Diagnostics Upgrade Assembly
03151-9071-0001
Advanced HART Diagnostics Upgrade Assembly for SIS
03151-9071-0002
Advanced HART Diagnostics Replacement Assembly
03151-9071-0003
Miscellaneous
PlantWeb housing header cable O-ring (package of 12)
03151-9011-0001
Electrical Housing, Terminal Blocks
See Rosemount 300S Series Housing “Kit” in Appendix A, page A-39 for ordering spare
housings.
- Typical Model Number 300S1AAE5
PlantWeb Housing Terminal Block, HART (4-20 mA)
Standard Dual Compartment Terminal Block Assembly
03151-9005-0001
Transient Dual Compartment Terminal Block Assembly (Option T1)
03151-9005-0002
PlantWeb Housing Terminal Block, Fieldbus
Standard Dual Compartment Terminal Block Assembly
03151-9005-0021
Transient Dual Compartment Terminal Block Assembly (Option T1)
03151-9005-0022
FISCO Dual Compartment Terminal Block Assembly
03151-9005-0023
Junction Box Terminal Block, HART (4-20 mA)
Standard Junction Box Terminal Block Assembly
03151-9000-1001
Transient Junction Box Terminal Block Assembly (Option T1)
03151-9000-1002
Junction Box Terminal Block, HART (4-20 mA) with Adjustment
A-42
Standard Junction Box Terminal Block Assembly, Switch
03151-9000-2001
Transient Junction Box Terminal Block Assembly, Switch (Option T1)
03151-9000-2002
Alarm/Security Jumper with O-ring
03151-9001-0001
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Remote Meter Terminal Blocks
PlantWeb Housing 7-Position Remote Communications Terminal
Block Assembly
03151-9006-0101
Junction Box Remote Communications Standard Terminal Block
Assembly
03151-9000-1010
Junction Box Remote Communications Transient Terminal Block
Assembly
03151-9000-1011
Covers
Aluminum Electronics Cover; Cover and O-ring
03151-9030-0001
316L SST Electronics Cover; Cover and O-ring
03151-9030-0002
Housing Miscellaneous
External Ground Screw Assembly (Option D4): Screw, clamp,
washer
03151-9060-0001
Housing V-Seal for both PlantWeb and Junction Box housings
03151-9061-0001
Flanges
Part Number
Differential Coplanar Flange
Nickel-plated Carbon Steel
03151-9200-0025
316 SST
03151-9200-0022
Cast C-276
03151-9200-0023
Cast Alloy 400
03151-9200-0024
Gage/Absolute Coplanar Flange
Nickel-plated Carbon Steel
03151-9200-1025
316 SST
03151-9200-1022
Cast C-276
03151-9200-1023
Cast Alloy 400
03151-9200-1024
Coplanar Flange Alignment Screw (package of 12)
03151-9202-0001
Traditional Flange
316 SST
03151-9203-0002
Cast C-276
03151-9203-0003
Cast Alloy 400
03151-9203-0004
Level Flange, Vertical Mount
2 in., Class 150, SST
03151-9205-0221
2 in., Class 300, SST
03151-9205-0222
3 in., Class 150, SST
03151-9205-0231
3 in., Class 300, SST
03151-9205-0232
DIN, DN 50, PN 40
03151-9205-1002
DIN, DN 80, PN 40
03151-9205-1012
Flange Adapter Kits
(Each kit contains adapters, bolts, and O-ring for one DP transmitter or two GP/AP
transmitters.)
Differential Flange Adapter Kits
CS Bolts, Glass Filled PTFE O-Rings
SST Adapters
03031-1300-0002
Cast C-276 Adapters
03031-1300-0003
Cast Alloy 400 Adapters
03031-1300-0004
Ni Plated CS Adapters
03031-1300-0005
SST Bolts, Glass Filled PTFE O-Rings
SST Adapters
03031-1300-0012
Cast C-276 Adapters
03031-1300-0013
Cast Alloy 400 Adapters
03031-1300-0014
Ni Plated CS Adapters
03031-1300-0015
CS Bolts, Graphite PTFE O-Rings
SST Adapters
03031-1300-0102
Cast C-276 Adapters
03031-1300-0103
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Cast Alloy 400 Adapters
03031-1300-0104
Ni Plated CS Adapters
03031-1300-0105
SST Bolts, Graphite PTFE O-Rings
SST Adapters
03031-1300-0112
Cast C-276 Adapters
03031-1300-0113
Cast Alloy 400 Adapters
03031-1300-0114
Ni Plated CS Adapters
03031-1300-0115
Flange Adapter Union
Part Number
Nickel-plated Carbon Steel
03151-9259-0005
316 SST
03151-9259-0002
Cast C-276
03151-9259-0003
Cast Alloy 400
03151-9259-0004
Drain/Vent Valve Kits
(each kit contains parts for one transmitter)
Part Number
Differential Drain/Vent Kits
316 SST Valve Stem and Seat Kit
03151-9268-0022
Alloy C-276 Valve Stem and Seat Kit
03151-9268-0023
Alloy K-500 Valve Stem and Alloy 400 Seat Kit
03151-9268-0024
316 SST Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
03151-9258-0122
Alloy C-276 Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
03151-9268-0123
Alloy 400/K-500 Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
Gage/Absolute Drain/Vent Kits
03151-9268-0124
316 SST Valve Stem and Seat Kit
03151-9268-0012
Alloy C-276 Valve Stem and Seat Kit
03151-9268-0013
Alloy K-500 Valve Stem and Alloy 400 Seat Kit
03151-9268-0014
316 SST Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
03151-9268-0112
Alloy C-276 Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
03151-9268-0113
Alloy 400/K-500 Ceramic Ball Drain/Vent Kit
03151-9268-0114
O-Ring Packages (package of 12)
Electronic Housing, Cover (Standard and Meter)
03151-9040-0001
Electronics Housing, Module
03151-9041-0001
Process Flange, Glass-filled PTFE
03151-9042-0001
Process Flange, Graphite-filled PTFE
03151-9042-0002
Flange Adapter, Glass-filled PTFE
03151-9043-0001
Flange Adapter, Graphite-filled PTFE
03151-9043-0002
Gland and Collar Kits
Gland and Collar Kits
03151-9250-0001
Mounting Brackets
Coplanar Flange Bracket Kit
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B4 Bracket, SST, 2-in. pipe mount, SST bolts
In-line Bracket Kit
03151-9270-0001
B4 Bracket, SST, 2-in. pipe mount, SST bolts
Traditional Flange Bracket Kits
03151-9270-0002
B1 Bracket, 2-in. pipe mount, CS bolts
03151-9272-0001
B2 Bracket, panel mount, CS bolts
03151-9272-0002
B3 Flat Bracket for 2-in. pipe mount, CS bolts
03151-9272-0003
B7 (B1 style bracket with SST bolts)
03151-9272-0007
B8 (B2 style bracket with SST bolts)
03151-9272-0008
B9 (B3 style bracket with SST bolts)
03151-9272-0009
BA (SST B1 bracket with SST bolts)
03151-9272-0011
BC (SST B3 bracket with SST bolts)
03151-9272-0013
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Bolt Kits
COPLANAR FLANGE
Flange Bolt Kit {44 mm (1.75 in.)}
Carbon Steel (set of 4)
03151-9280-0001
316 SST (set of 4)
03151-9280-0002
ANSI/ASTM-A-193-B7M (set of 4)
03151-9280-0003
Alloy K-500 (set of 4)
Flange/Adapter Bolt Kit {73 mm (2.88 in.)}
03151-9280-0004
Carbon Steel (set of 4)
03151-9281-0001
316 SST (set of 4)
03151-9281-0002
ANSI/ASTM-A-193-B7M (set of 4)
03151-9281-0003
Alloy K-500 (set of 4)
Manifold/Flange Kit {57 mm (2.25 in.)}
03151-9281-0004
Carbon Steel (set of 4)
03151-9282-0001
316 SST (set of 4)
03151-9282-0002
ANSI/ASTM-A-193-B7M (set of 4)
03151-9282-0003
Alloy K-500 (set of 4)
TRADITIONAL FLANGE
Differential Flange and Adapter Bolt Kit
03151-9282-0004
Carbon Steel (set of 8)
03151-9283-0001
316 SST (set of 8)
03151-9283-0002
ANSI/ASTM-A-193-B7M (set of 8)
03151-9283-0003
Alloy K-500 (set of 8)
Gage/Absolute Flange and Adapter Bolt Kit
03151-9283-0004
Carbon Steel (set of 6)
03151-9283-1001
316 SST (set of 6)
03151-9283-1002
ANSI/ASTM-A-193-B7M (set of 6)
03151-9283-1003
Alloy K-500 (set of 6)
Manifold/Traditional Flange Bolts
03151-9283-1004
Carbon Steel
Use bolts supplied with
manifold
316 SST
Use bolts supplied with
manifold
LEVEL FLANGE, VERTICAL MOUNT
Flange Bolt Kit (Each kit contains bolts for one transmitter)
Carbon Steel (set of 4)
316 SST (set of 4)
Meters
03151-9285-0001
03151-9285-0002
Part Number
Indicating Meter for Plantweb Aluminum Housing
Meter Kit: LCD assembly, 4-pin interconnection header and
aluminum meter cover assembly
03151-9193-0001
Meter Only: LCD assembly, 4-pin interconnection header
03151-9193-0002
Cover Assembly Kit: aluminum meter cover assembly
Indicating Meter for Plantweb 316L SST Housing
03151-9193-0003
Meter Kit: LCD assembly, 4-pin interconnection header,
316L SST meter cover assembly
03151-9193-0004
Meter Only: LCD assembly, 4-pin interconnection header
03151-9193-0002
Cover Assembly Kit: 316L SST meter cover assembly
03151-9193-0005
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Appendix B
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Product Certifications
Approved Manufacturing Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page B-1
Ordinary Location Certification for FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page B-1
Hazardous Locations Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page B-2
Installation Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page B-10
This section contains hazardous location certifications for 3051S HART protocol.
APPROVED
MANUFACTURING
LOCATIONS
Rosemount Inc. — Chanhassen, Minnesota USA
Emerson Process Management GmbH & Co. — Wessling, Germany
Emerson Process Management Asia Pacific Private Limited — Singapore
Beijing Rosemount Far East Instrument Co., LTD — Beijing, China
Emerson Process Management LTDA — Sorocaba, Brazil
Emerson Process Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. — Daman, India
Emerson Process Management, Emerson FZE — Dubai, United Arab Emirates
ORDINARY LOCATION
CERTIFICATION FOR FM
As standard, the transmitter has been examined and tested to determine that the design meets
basic electrical, mechanical, and fire protection requirements by FM, a nationally recognized
testing laboratory (NRTL) as accredited by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA).
European Directive Information
The EC declaration of conformity for all applicable European directives for this product can be
found at www.rosemount.com. A hard copy may be obtained by contacting an Emerson Process
Management representative.
ATEX Directive (94/9/EC)
Emerson Process Management complies with the
ATEX Directive.
European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) (97/23/EC)
Models 3051S_CA4; 3051S_CD2, 3, 4, 5; (also with P9 option) Pressure Transmitters — QS
Certificate of Assessment EC No. 59552-2009-CE-HOU-DNV, Module H Conformity Assessment
All other Model 3051S Pressure Transmitters
— Sound Engineering Practice
Transmitter Attachments: Diaphragm Seal - Process Flange Practice
Manifold — Sound Engineering
Primary Elements, Flowmeter
— See appropriate Primary Element QIG
Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) (2004/108/EC)
EN 61326-1:2006
EN 61326-2-3:2006
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE)(1999/5/EC)
Emerson Process Management complies with the R&TTE Directive.
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HAZARDOUS
LOCATIONS
CERTIFICATIONS
North American Certifications
FM Approvals
E5
Explosion-proof for Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C, and D, T5 (Ta = 85 °C); Dust
Ignition-proof for Class II and Class III, Division 1, Groups E, F, and G, T5 (Ta = 85 °C);
hazardous locations; enclosure Type 4X, conduit seal not required when installed
according to Rosemount drawing 03151-1003.
I5/IE Intrinsically Safe for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, and D, T4 (Ta = 70 °C for
output options A or X; Ta = 60 °C for output option F); Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F, and
G; Class III, Division 1; Class I, Zone 0 AEx ia IIC T4 (Ta = 70 °C for output options A or X;
Ta = 60 °C for output option F) when connected in accordance with Rosemount drawing
03151-1006; Non-Incendive for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D; T4 (Ta = 70 °C
for output options A or X; Ta = 60 °C for output option F) Enclosure Type 4X
For entity parameters see control drawing 03151-1006.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
All CSA hazardous approved transmitters are certified per ANSI/ISA 12.27.01-2003.
E6
Explosion-proof for Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C, and D; Dust Ignition-proof for Class II
and Class III, Division 1, Groups E, F, and G; suitable for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B,
C, and D, when installed per Rosemount drawing 03151-1013, CSA Enclosure Type 4X;
conduit seal not required; Dual Seal.
I6/IF Intrinsically Safe for Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, and D when connected in
accordance with Rosemount drawings 03151-1016; Dual Seal.
For entity parameters see control drawing 03151-1016.
European Certifications
I1/IA ATEX Intrinsic Safety
Certificate No.: BAS01ATEX1303X
II 1G
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 70 °C) -HART/Remote Display/Quick Connect/HART
Diagnostics
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 70 °C) -FOUNDATION fieldbus
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 40 °C) -FISCO
1180
Input Parameters
Loop /
Power
Ui = 30 V
Groups
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote Display /
Quick Connect / HART Diagnostics
Ui = 17.5 V
FISCO
Ii = 300 mA
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote Display /
Quick Connect / HART Diagnostics
Ii = 380 mA
FISCO
Pi = 1.0 W
HART / Remote Display / Quick Connect /
HART Diagnostics
Pi = 1.3 W
FOUNDATION fieldbus
Pi = 5.32 W FISCO
Ci = 30 nF
SuperModule Platform
Ci = 11.4 nF HART / HART Diagnostics / Quick Connect
Ci = 0
FOUNDATION fieldbus / Remote Display / FISCO
Li = 0
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ FISCO / Quick
Connect / HART Diagnostics
Li = 60 µH
Remote Display
RTD Assembly (3051SFx Option T or R)
Ui = 5 Vdc
Ii = 500 mA
Pi = 0.63W
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Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. The apparatus, excluding the Types 3051 S-T and 3051 S-C (In-line and Coplanar
SuperModule Platforms respectively), is not capable of withstanding the 500V test as
defined in Clause 6.3.12 of EN 60079-11. This must be considered during installation.
2. The terminal pins of the Types 3051 S-T and 3051 S-C must be protected to IP20
minimum.
N1
ATEX Type n
Certificate No.: BAS01ATEX3304X
II 3 G
Ex nL IIC T4 (Ta = -40 °C TO 70 °C)
Ui = 45 Vdc max
Ci = 11.4 nF (Transmitter Output Option A)
Ci = 0 (Transmitter Output Option F)
Li = 0
For remote display, Ci = 0, Li = 60 μH
IP66
Special conditions for safe use (x)
The apparatus is not capable of withstanding the 500V insulation test required by Clause
6.8.1 of EN 60079-15.
This must be taken into account when installing the apparatus.
NOTE
RTD Assembly is not included with the 3051SFx Type n Approval.
ND
ATEX Dust
Certificate No.: BAS01ATEX1374X
II 1 D
Ex tD A20 T 105 °C (-20 °C  Tamb  85 °C)
Vmax = 42.4 volts max
A = 22 mA
IP66
1180
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. Cable entries must be used which maintain the ingress protection of the enclosure to at
least IP66.
2. Unused cable entries must be filled with suitable blanking plugs which maintain the
ingress protection of the enclosure to at least IP66.
3. Cable entries and blanking plugs must be suitable for the ambient range of the apparatus
and capable of withstanding a 7J impact test.
4. The 3051S must be securely screwed in place to maintain the ingress protection of the
enclosure. (The 3051S SuperModule must be properly assembled to the 3051S housing
to maintain ingress protection.)
E1
ATEX Flameproof
Certificate No.: KEMA00ATEX2143X
Ex d IIC T6 (-50 °C  Tamb  65 °C)
Ex d IIC T5 (-50 °C  Tamb  80 °C)
Vmax = 42.4V
1180
II 1/2 G
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. Appropriate ex d blanking plugs, cable glands, and wiring needs to be suitable for a
temperature of 90 °C.
2. This device contains a thin wall diaphragm. Installation, maintenance and use shall take
into account the environmental conditions to which the diaphragm will be subjected. The
manufacturer’s instructions for maintenance shall be followed in detail to assure safety
during its expected lifetime.
3. The 3051S does not comply with the requirements of EN 60079-1 Clause 5.2, Table 2 for
all joints. Contact Emerson Process Management for information on the dimensions of
flameproof joints.
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Japanese Certifications
E4
TIIS Flameproof
Ex d IIC T6
Certificate
Description
TC15682
TC15683
TC15684
Coplanar with Junction Box Housing
Coplanar with PlantWeb Housing
Coplanar with PlantWeb Housing
and LCD Display
In-Line SST with Junction Box Housing
In-Line Alloy C-276 with Junction Box Housing
In-Line SST with PlantWeb Housing
In-Line Alloy C-276 with PlantWeb Housing
In-Line SST with PlantWeb Housing
and LCD Display
In-Line Alloy C-276 with PlantWeb Housing
and LCD Display
Remote Display
3051SFA/C/P SST/Alloy C-276 with
PlantWeb Housing and LCD Display
3051SFA/C/P SST/Alloy C-276 with
PlantWeb Housing and Remote Display
3051SFA/C/P SST/Alloy C-276 with
Junction Box Housing
TC15685
TC15686
TC15687
TC15688
TC15689
TC15690
TC17102
TC17099
TC17100
TC17101
China (NEPSI) Certifications
E3
China Flameproof, Dust Ignition-proof
Certificate No. (manufactured in Chanhassen, MN): GYJ091035
Certificate No. (manufactured in Beijing, China): GYJ06366
Certificate No. (manufactured in Singapore): GYJ06364
Certificate No. (3051SFx RTC, BMMC, SMMC): GYJ071086
Ex d IIB+H2 T3~T5
DIP A21 TA T3~T5 IP66
Special conditions for safe use
1. Only the pressure transmitters, consisting of the 3051SC Series, 3051ST Series, 3051SL
Series, and the 300S Series, are certified.
2. Applicable ambient temperature range: -20 to 60 °C.
3. The temperature class depends on the temperature of process medium:
Temperature Class
Temperature of Process Medium
T5
95 °C
T4
130 °C
T3
190 °C
4. The earth connection in the enclosure should be connected reliably.
5. During installation, use, and maintenance of the pressure transmitter, observe the
warning, “Don’t open the cover when the circuit is alive.”
6. There should be no corrosive gases present that could damage the flameproof housing.
7. A cable entry, certified by NEPSI with type of protection Ex d IIC in accordance with
GB3836.1-2000 and GB3836.2-2000, should be used when installing in a hazardous
location. Five full threads should be engaged when the cable entry is assembled to the
pressure transmitter.
8. The diameter of the cable should meet the requirements of the cable entry instruction
manual. The compression nut should be tightened. Aged seal rings should be replaced.
9. Maintenance should not be performed if the location is hazardous.
10. End users are not permitted to change internal components.
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11. During installation, use, and maintenance of the pressure transmitter, observe the
following standards:
a. GB3836.13-1997 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 13:
Repair and overhaul for apparatus used in explosive gas atmospheres”
b. GB3836.15-2000 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 15:
Electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines)”GB50257-1996 “Code
for construction and acceptance of electric device for explosion atmospheres and
fire hazard electrical equipment installation engineering”
I3
China Intrinsic Safety, Dust Ignition-proof
Certificate No. (manufactured in Chanhassen, MN): GYJ081078
Certificate No. (manufactured in Beijing, China): GYJ06367
Certificate No. (manufactured in Singapore): GYJ06365
Certificate No. (3051SFx RTC, BMMC, SMMC): GYJ071293
Ex ia IIC T4
DIP A21 TA T4 IP66
Special conditions for safe use
1. Only the pressure transmitters, consisting of the 3051SC Series, 3051ST Series, 3051SL
Series, and the 300S Series, are certified.
2. Applicable ambient temperature range: -60 °C to 70 °C.
3. For explosive gas atmospheres:
Input Parameters
Loop /
Power
Groups
Ui = 30 V
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote Display /
Quick Connect / HART Diagnostics
Ii = 300 mA
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote Display /
Quick Connect / HART Diagnostics
Pi = 1.0 W
HART / Remote Display / Quick Connect /
HART Diagnostics
Pi = 1.3 W
FOUNDATION fieldbus
Ci = 38 nF
SuperModule Platform
Ci = 11.4 nF HART / HART Diagnostics / Quick Connect
Ci = 0
FOUNDATION fieldbus / Remote Display
Li = 0
SuperModule Platform
Li = 2.4 µH
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus / Quick Connect /
HART Diagnostics
Li = 58.2 µH Remote Display
RTD Assembly (3051SFx Option T or R)
Ui = 5 Vdc
Ii = 500 mA
Pi = 0.63W
4. During installation, protective measures should be taken to ensure ingress protection is
IP20 (GB4208) minimum.
5. The cable between the pressure transmitter and associated apparatus should be 2-wire,
insulated, shielded cable. The cable core section area should be greater than 0.5 mm2.
The cable shield must be grounded in a non-hazardous area and isolated from the
housing. The wiring should not be affected by electromagnetic disturbance.
6. The associated apparatus should be installed in a safe location. During installation,
operation, and maintenance, the requirements per the instruction manual should be
strictly observed.
7. End users are not permitted to change internal components.
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8. During installation, use, and maintenance of the pressure transmitter, observe the
following standards:
a. GB3836.13-1997 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 13: Repair
and overhaul for apparatus used in explosive gas atmospheres”
b. GB3836.15-2000 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 15:
Electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines)”
c. GB3836.16-2006 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 16:
Inspection and maintenance of electrical installation (other than mines)”
d. GB50257-1996 “Code for construction and acceptance of electric device for explosion
atmospheres and fire hazard electrical equipment installation engineering”
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China Type n - Energy Limited
Certificate No.: GYJ101112X
Ex nL IIC T5 (-40 °C ≤ Ta ≤ 70 °C)
IP66
Loop /
Power
Transmitter Output
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 300 mA
Pi = 1.0 W
Pi = 1.3 W
Ci = 11.4 nF
Ci = 0 nF
Li = 0 µH
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus
HART
FOUNDATION fieldbus
HART
FOUNDATION fieldbus
HART(1) / FOUNDATION fieldbus
(1) For remote meter option (M7, M8, M9), Li = 60 µH.
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. The apparatus is not capable of withstanding the 500V test to earth for one minute. This
must be taken into consideration during installation.
2. The ambient temperature range of the device is: -40 °C ≤ Ta ≤ 70 °C
3. Cable glands, conduit or blanking plugs, certified by NEPSI with Ex e or Ex n protection
type and IP66 degree of protection provided by enclosure should be used on external
connections and redundant cable entries.
4. See the Table for the input parameters for the energy limited transmitter.
5. The product should be used with an associated energy-limited apparatus certified by
NEPSI in accordance with GB3836.1-2000 and GB3836.8-2003 to establish an explosion
protection system that can be used in explosive gas atmospheres.
6. The cables between this product and associated energy-limited apparatus should be
shielded cables (the cables must have an insulated shield). The shield has to be grounded
reliably in the non-hazardous area.
7. Maintenance should be done in non-hazardous locations.
8. End users are not permitted to change internal components.
9. During installation, use, and maintenance of the pressure transmitter, observe the following
standards:
a. GB3836.13-1997 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 13: Repair
and overhaul for apparatus used in explosive gas atmospheres”
b. GB3836.15-2000 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 15:
Electrical installations in hazardous area (other than mines)”
c. GB3836.16-2006 “Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 16:
Inspection and maintenance of electrical installation (other than mines)”
d. GB50257-1996 “Code for construction and acceptance of electric device for explosion
atmospheres and fire hazard electrical equipment installation engineering”
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Brazilian Approval (INMETRO Approval) - Intrinsic Safety
Certificate number: CEPEL-EX-0722/05X
(manufacturing in Chanhassen, MN and Singapore)
Certificate number: CEPEL-EX-1414/07X
(manufacturing in Brazil)
INMETRO Marking: BR-Ex ia IIC T4 IP66W
Special conditions for safe use (x)
The apparatus, excluding the Types 3051S-T and 3051S-C (In-line and Coplanar
SuperModule Platforms respectively), is not capable of withstanding the 500V test as
defined in Clause 6.3.12 of IEC60079-11. This must be considered during installation.
E2
Brazilian Approval (INMETRO Approval) - Flameproof
Certificate number: CEPEL-EX-140/2003X
(manufacturing in Chanhassen, MN and Singapore)
Certificate number: CEPEL-EX-1413/07X
(manufacturing in Brazil)
INMETRO Marking: BR-Ex d IIC T5/T6 IP66W
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. This device contains a thin wall diaphragm. Installation, maintenance, and use shall take
into account the environmental conditions to which the diaphragm will be subjected. The
manufacturer’s instructions for installation and maintenance shall be followed in detail to
assure safety during its expected lifetime.
2. For ambient temperature above 60 ºC, cable wiring must have minimum isolation
temperature of 90 ºC, to be in accordance to equipment operation temperature.
3. The accessory of cable entries or conduit must be certified as flameproof and needs to
be suitable for use conditions.
4. Where electrical entry is via conduit, the required sealing device must be assembled
immediately close to enclosure.
IECEx Certifications
E7
IECEx Flameproof and Dust (each listed separately)
IECEx Flameproof
Certificate No.: IECExKEM08.0010X
Ex d IIC T6 (-50 °C  Tamb  65 °C)
Ex d IIC T5 (-50 °C  Tamb  80 °C)
Vmax = 42.4V
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. Appropriate ex d blanking plugs, cable glands, and wiring needs to be suitable for a
temperature of 90 °C.
2. This device contains a thin wall diaphragm. Installation, maintenance and use shall take
into account the environmental conditions to which the diaphragm will be subjected. The
manufacturer’s instructions for maintenance shall be followed in detail to assure safety
during its expected lifetime.
3. The 3051S does not comply with the requirements of IEC 60079-1 Clause 5.2, Table 2
for all joints. Contact Emerson Process Management for information on the dimensions
of flameproof joints.
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Certificate No. IECExBAS09.0014X
Ex tD A20 T105°C (-20 °C ≤ Tamb ≤ 85 °C)
Vmax = 42.4 V
A = 22 mA
IP66
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. Cable entries must be used which maintain the ingress protection of the enclosure to at
least IP66.
2. Unused cable entries must be filled with suitable blanking plugs which maintain the
ingress protection of the enclosure to at least IP66.
3. Cable entries and blanking plugs must be suitable for the ambient range of the
apparatus and capable of withstanding a 7J impact test.
4. The 3051S must be securely screwed in place to maintain the ingress protection of the
enclosure. (The 3051S SuperModule must be properly assembled to the 3051S housing
to maintain ingress protection.)
I7/IG IECEx Intrinsic Safety
Certificate No.: IECExBAS04.0017X
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 70 °C) -HART/Remote Display/Quick Connect/HART
Diagnostics
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 70 °C) -FOUNDATION fieldbus
Ex ia IIC T4 (Ta = -60 °C to 40 °C) -FISCO
IP66
Input Parameters
Loop / Power
Groups
Ui = 30 V
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote
Display / Quick Connect / HART
Diagnostics
Ui = 17.5 V
FISCO
Ii = 300 mA
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ Remote
Display / Quick Connect / HART
Diagnostics
Ii = 380 mA
FISCO
Pi = 1.0 W
HART / Remote Display / Quick
Connect / HART Diagnostics
Pi = 1.3 W
FOUNDATION fieldbus
Pi = 5.32 W
FISCO
Ci = 30 nF
SuperModule Platform
Ci = 11.4 nF
HART / HART Diagnostics / Quick
Connect
Ci = 0
FOUNDATION fieldbus / Remote Display /
FISCO
Li = 0
HART / FOUNDATION fieldbus/ FISCO /
Quick Connect / HART Diagnostics
Li = 60  H
Remote Display
RTD Assembly (3051SFx Option T or R)
Ui = 5 Vdc
Ii = 500 mA
Pi = 0.63 W
Special conditions for safe use (x)
1. The 3051S HART 4-20 mA, 3051S FOUNDATION fieldbus, 3051S Profibus and 3051S
FISCO are not capable of withstanding the 500V test as defined in clause 6.3.12 of IEC
60079-11. This must be taken into account during installation.
2. The terminal pins of the Types 3051S-T and 3051S-C must be protected to IP20
minimum.
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IECEx Type n
Certificate No.: IECExBAS04.0018X
Ex nC IIC T4 (Ta = -40 °C to 70 °C)
Ui = 45 Vdc MAX
IP66
Special conditions for safe use (x)
The apparatus is not capable of withstanding the 500 V insulation test required by Clause 8
of IEC 60079-15.
Combinations of Certifications
Stainless steel certification tag is provided when optional approval is specified. Once a device
labeled with multiple approval types is installed, it should not be reinstalled using any other
approval types. Permanently mark the approval label to distinguish it from unused approval types.
K1
Combination of E1, I1, N1, and ND
K2
Combination of E2 and I2
K5
Combination of E5 and I5
K6
Combination of E6 and I6
K7
Combination of E7, I7, and N7
KA
Combination of E1, I1, E6, and I6
KB
Combination of E5, I5, I6 and E6
KC
Combination of E5, E1, I5 and I1
KD
Combination of E5, I5, E6, I6, E1, and I1
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Index
A
Address
Changing . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Burst mode values . . . .
Failure mode values . .
Level configuration . . .
Level verification . . . . .
Multidrop mode values .
Alarm direction configuration
Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog output trim . . . . . . .
Approvals
Drawings . . . . . . . . . .
. 3-31
. 3-19
. 3-19
. 3-18
. 3-19
. 3-20
. 3-20
. 2-15
. 3-20
. . 4-7
. B-10
B
Basic setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Bolts
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Brackets
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Burst mode
Advanced functions . . . . 3-29
Alarm and saturation values 3-19
C
Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Choosing a procedure . .
Frequency, determining .
Full trim . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . .
Recal factory trim
Analog output . . . . .
Sensor trim . . . . . .
Sensor trim . . . . . . . . . .
Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero trim . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cloning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commissioning
HART protocol
AMS . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Communicator
Compensating line pressure .
. 4-1
. 4-5
. 4-4
. 4-6
. 4-2
4-10
. 4-7
. 4-5
. 4-2
. 4-6
3-27
. 3-2
. 3-2
4-10
Configuration
Alarm and saturation . . . 3-19
Applying a user configuration .
3-29
Cloning . . . . . . .
Data review . . . .
LCD meter . . . . .
Recalling . . . . . .
Reusable copy . .
Saving . . . . . . . .
Scaled variable . .
Configure
Alarm direction . .
Considerations
Compatibility . . .
Electrical, fieldbus
Environmental . .
General . . . . . . .
Mechanical . . . . .
. . . . . 3-27
. . . . . . 3-4
. . . . . 3-17
. . . . . 3-27
. . . . . 3-28
. . . . . 3-27
. . . . . 3-21
F
Failure mode alarm and saturation
Values . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-18
Full trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6
G
Gas mounting requirements .
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External assembly . . . .
Internal connection . . . .
Signal wiring grounding .
.2-10
.2-19
.2-21
.2-21
.2-17
. . . . . 2-15
H
. . . . . . 2-2
. . . . . 2-18
. . . . . . 2-3
. . . . . . 2-2
. . . . . . 2-2
D
Damping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Detailed setup . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Diagnostics and service . . . . 3-25
Loop
Test . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Messages . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Diagrams
Bench hook-up . . . . . . . . 3-3
Field hook-up . . . . . . . . . 3-3
HART terminal block . . . 2-16
Installation . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Multidrop network . . . . . 3-30
Typical multidrop network 3-30
Digital to analog trim . . . . . . . 4-8
Other scale . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Disassembly
Before disassembling . . . 5-3
Remove assembly . . . . . 5-4
Remove from service . . . 5-3
Remove housing . . . . . . . 5-4
Removing electronics board 5-4
Removing sensor module 5-4
Removing terminal block . 5-4
Disassembly procedures . . . . 5-3
Drawings
Approval . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
E
Electronics board
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Environmental considerations . 2-3
Housing Rotation
Junction Box . . . . . 2-6, 2-12
PlantWeb . . . . . . . 2-6, 2-12
I
Impulse piping . . . . . . . . . . . .2-9
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5
304 manifold . . . . . . . . .2-24
305 manifold . . . . . . . . .2-23
306 manifold . . . . . . . . .2-23
Alarm direction . . . . . . . .2-15
Bolts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5
HART flowchart . . . . . . . .2-4
Housing rotation . . . . . . .2-12
LCD meter . . . . . . . . . . .2-21
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Brackets . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Torque values . . . . . .2-7
Power supply
HART protocol . . . . .2-17
Power up . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16
Process Flange Orientation 2-5
Signal wiring grounding . .2-17
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
L
LCD meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17
Configuration . . . . . . . . .3-17
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . .2-21
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17
Lightning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16
Line pressure
Compensating . . . . . . . .4-10
Liquid mounting requirements 2-10
Loop
Setting to manual . . . . . . .3-2
Loop test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-26
Low flow cutoff . . . . . . . . . . .3-21
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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .
Manifold installations . . . . .
Manifolds . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual
Use of . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mechanical considerations .
Mounting
Bolt installation
Torque values . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . .
Mounting requirements . . . .
Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Liquid . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Steam . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multidrop communication . .
Advanced functions . . .
Communicating . . . . . .
Diagram . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 4-1
. 2-23
. 2-24
. . 1-1
. . 2-2
. . 2-7
. . 2-6
. 2-10
. 2-10
. 2-10
. 2-10
. 3-20
. 3-30
. 3-31
. 3-30
N
NAMUR-compliant values . . . 3-18
O
Operation . . . . . . . . . .
Options
LCD meter . . . . . .
Output
Process variables .
Recal factory trim .
Sensor temperature
Transfer function . .
. . . . . 4-1
. . . . 3-17
. . . . 3-12
. . . . 4-10
. . . . 3-12
. . . . 3-13
P
Piping, impulse . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Power supply
HART protocol . . . . . . . 2-17
Power up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16
Power supply HART protocol .
2-17
Remote meter . .
Process alerts . . . . .
Process connections
Process variables . .
Units . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . 2-18
. . . . . . 3-20
. . . . . . 2-11
. . . . . . 3-12
. . . . . . 3-13
Re-mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Remote Meter Wiring . . . . . . 2-18
Remote meter wiring
Wiring diagram . . . . . . . 2-19
Rerange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
AMS only . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Field Communicator only 3-15
Pressure Input Source
With AMS . . . . . . . 3-16
Pressure input source
With Field Communicator
3-15
With local zero and span .
3-16
Returning products and materials 5-7
Reusable copy . . . . . . . . . . 3-28
Index-2
. . 5-5
. . 5-5
. . 5-5
. . 5-5
. . 5-5
. 4-10
. . 4-7
. 3-27
. . . . .3-13
. . . . .2-16
. . . . .2-16
. . . . . .4-1
. . . . . .4-7
. . . . . .4-8
. . . . . .4-9
. . . . . .4-6
. . . . .4-10
. . . . . .4-7
. . . . . .4-5
. . . . . .4-6
. . . . . .5-1
. . . . . .5-2
S
Saturation
Burst mode values . . . . 3-19
Failure mode values . . . 3-18
Level configuration . . . . 3-19
Multidrop mode values . 3-20
Saving a configuration . . . . . 3-27
Scaled variable configuration 3-21
Security (Write Protect) . . . . 2-13
Sensor module
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Sensor temperature . . . . . . . 3-12
Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-25
Sensor trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Service and Diagnostics . . . . 3-25
Service Support . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Setup
Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Detailed . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Signal wiring grounding . . . . 2-17
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-42
Steam mounting requirements 2-10
SuperModule
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Surges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Switches and jumpers
Configuration
Junction Box . . . . . 2-14
PlantWeb . . . . . . . 2-14
Security (Write Protect) . 2-13
R
Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching SuperModule
Install terminal block . .
Process sensor body . .
Reassembly procedures . . .
Recall factory trim
Analog output . . . . . . .
Sensor trim . . . . . . . . .
Recalling . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer function . . . .
Transient
Protection . . . . . .
Transients . . . . . . . . .
Transmitter functions . .
Trim
Analog output . . .
Digital to Analog . .
Other scale . .
Full . . . . . . . . . . .
Recall factory
Analog output
Sensor trim . .
Sensor . . . . . . . .
Zero . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . .
Reference table . .
T
Tagging . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal block
Installing . . . . . . . .
Removing . . . . . . .
Terminal block diagrams
HARTprotocol . . . . .
Terminal Side . . . . . . . .
Torque values . . . . . . . .
. . . . 2-2
. . . . 5-5
. . . . 5-4
. . . 2-16
. . . . 2-5
. . . . 2-7
U
Units,Process variable . . . . . .3-13
Upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-15
Feature boards . . . . . . .4-15
W
Wiring
Remote meter . . . . . . .
Signal wiring grounding .
Surges . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transients . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring diagrams
Bench hook-up . . . . . . .
Field hook-up . . . . . . . .
.2-18
.2-17
.2-18
.2-16
. .3-3
. .3-3
Z
Zero trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6
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The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co.
Rosemount and the Rosemount logotype are registered trademarks of Rosemount Inc.
SuperModule and Coplanar trademarks of Rosemount Inc.
PlantWeb is a mark of one of the Emerson Process Management companies.
HART is a registered trademark of the HART Communications Foundation.
ASP Diagnostics Suite is a trademark of one of the Emerson Process Management companies.
Syltherm and D.C. are registered trademarks of Dow Corning Co.
Neobee M-20 is a registered trademark of Stephan Chemical Co.
The 3-A symbol is a registered trademark of the 3-A Sanitary Standards Symbol Council.
FOUNDATION fieldbus is a registered trademark of the Fieldbus Foundation.
Grafoil is a trademark of Union Carbide Corp.
All other marks are the property of their respective owners.
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Pacific Private Limited
1 Pandan Crescent
Singapore 128461
T (65) 6777 8211
F (65) 6777 0947
[email protected]
Beijing Rosemount Far East
Instrument Co., Limited
No. 6 North Street,
Hepingli, Dong Cheng District
Beijing 100013, China
T (86) (10) 6428 2233
F (86) (10) 6422 8586
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