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COUNTRY FLAME TECHNOLOGIES LR-01 Technical data
Handbook
LR01
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Free-Space Radar Level Meter
The LevelWave LR01 is designed to perform continuous level measurement in a wide range of industries and applications. Foxboro Eckardt is known for more than 50 years of experience in level measurement as a leading supplier
of extremely robust, durable and reliable level measurements. Unaffected by changes in temperature, specific gravity, pressure and with no need to recalibrate, offering a highly available measurement at low maintenance cost. With
the LevelWave LR01 you achieve a highly modular system which is designed for the requirements of the modern industry.
FEATURES
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2-wire Loop powered 10 GHz FMCW technology
Wave Horn Antenna in PP or PTFE for corrosive
media
360° rotatable housing with snap solution
Housing and cover with bayonet connectors
Horizontal or vertical housing position
Remote electronics (up to 100 m / 328 ft)
Weather protection cap
Measuring range up to 30 m / 98.4 ft
Empty Tank Spectrum (ETS) function
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HART Communication, 4 to 20 mA
Configuration via FDT-DTM
Continuous self-diagnostics, Status and diagnostic
messages, acc. to NE 107
Process temperature from –60 to +250 °C
Process pressure from –1 to 40 bar
SIL2-compliant acc. to IEC 61508 for
safety related systems
Local multilingual full graphic LCD, configurable in
%, mA or physical units
Display with external keypad
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Contents
1 Safety instructions
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
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Software history ............................................................................................................ 6
Intended use ................................................................................................................. 6
Certification................................................................................................................... 7
Radio approvals............................................................................................................ 8
1.4.1 European Union (EU) ......................................................................................................... 8
1.4.2 U.S.A. and Canada............................................................................................................. 9
1.5 Safety instructions from the manufacturer .................................................................. 10
1.5.1
1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
Copyright and data protection........................................................................................... 10
Disclaimer ......................................................................................................................... 10
Product liability and warranty............................................................................................ 11
Information concerning the documentation....................................................................... 11
Warnings and symbols used............................................................................................. 12
1.6 Safety instructions for the operator............................................................................. 12
2 Device description
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
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Scope of delivery ........................................................................................................ 13
Device description ...................................................................................................... 14
Visual Check............................................................................................................... 16
Nameplates................................................................................................................. 17
2.4.1 Nameplate (examples)...................................................................................................... 17
3 Installation
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
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General notes on installation ...................................................................................... 18
Storage ....................................................................................................................... 18
Transport .................................................................................................................... 19
Pre-installation requirements ...................................................................................... 19
Installation................................................................................................................... 20
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
3.5.6
3.5.7
3.5.8
3.5.9
Pressure and temperature ranges .................................................................................... 20
Recommended mounting position .................................................................................... 22
Mounting restrictions......................................................................................................... 24
Standpipes (stilling wells and bypass chambers) ............................................................. 29
Wall support for the remote version.................................................................................. 32
How to attach an antenna extension (Metallic Horn or Wave Guide antennas) ............... 33
How to turn or remove the signal converter...................................................................... 35
How to attach the weather protection to the device.......................................................... 36
How to open the weather protection ................................................................................. 39
4 Electrical connections
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4.1 Safety instructions ...................................................................................................... 40
4.2 Electrical installation: 2-wire, loop-powered................................................................ 40
4.2.1 Compact version............................................................................................................... 40
4.2.2 Remote version................................................................................................................. 42
4.3 Remote device data.................................................................................................... 43
4.3.1 Requirements for signal cables supplied by the customer ............................................... 43
4.3.2 How to prepare a signal cable supplied by the customer ................................................. 44
4.3.3 How to connect the signal cable to the device.................................................................. 45
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4.4 Electrical connection for current output ...................................................................... 49
4.4.1 Non-Ex devices................................................................................................................. 49
4.4.2 Devices for hazardous locations ....................................................................................... 49
4.5 Protection category .................................................................................................... 49
4.6 Networks .................................................................................................................... 50
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
5 Start-up
General information .......................................................................................................... 50
Point-to-point connection .................................................................................................. 50
Multi-drop networks .......................................................................................................... 51
Fieldbus networks ............................................................................................................. 52
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5.1 How to start the device............................................................................................... 54
5.1.1 Start-up checklist .............................................................................................................. 54
5.1.2 How to start the device ..................................................................................................... 54
5.2 Operating concept ...................................................................................................... 54
5.3 Digital display screen ................................................................................................. 55
5.3.1 Local display screen layout............................................................................................... 55
5.3.2 Functions of keypad buttons ............................................................................................. 56
5.4 Remote communication with PACTware™ ................................................................ 56
5.5 Remote communication with the AMS™ Device Manager......................................... 57
6 Operation
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6.1 User modes ................................................................................................................ 58
6.2 Normal mode.............................................................................................................. 58
6.3 Configuration mode .................................................................................................... 60
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
General notes ................................................................................................................... 60
How to get access to the commissioning menu................................................................ 60
Keypad functions .............................................................................................................. 61
Menu overview.................................................................................................................. 64
Function description.......................................................................................................... 65
6.4 Further information on device configuration ............................................................... 72
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
Quick Setup (Parameters) ................................................................................................ 72
Test ................................................................................................................................... 74
Protection of the device settings ....................................................................................... 75
HART® network configuration........................................................................................... 75
Distance measurement ..................................................................................................... 76
Level measurement .......................................................................................................... 77
How to configure the device to measure volume or mass ................................................ 78
How to make a filter to remove radar signal interference ................................................. 79
6.5 Status and error messages ........................................................................................ 81
6.5.1 Device status (markers) .................................................................................................... 81
6.5.2 Error handling ................................................................................................................... 83
7 Service
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
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Periodic maintenance................................................................................................. 87
How to clean horn antennas under process conditions.............................................. 87
Heating or cooling horn antennas under process conditions ..................................... 88
How to replace device components ........................................................................... 88
7.4.1 Service warranty ............................................................................................................... 88
7.5 Spare parts availability ............................................................................................... 89
7.6 Availability of services ................................................................................................ 89
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7.7 Returning the device to the manufacturer................................................................... 89
7.7.1 General information .......................................................................................................... 89
7.7.2 Form (for copying) to accompany a returned device ........................................................ 90
7.8 Disposal ...................................................................................................................... 90
8 Technical data
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
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Measuring principle..................................................................................................... 91
Technical data ............................................................................................................ 93
Minimum power supply voltage ................................................................................ 100
Pressure ratings........................................................................................................ 101
Antenna selection ..................................................................................................... 107
Dimensions and weights........................................................................................... 108
9 Description of HART interface
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9.1 General description................................................................................................... 115
9.2 Software description ................................................................................................. 115
9.3 Connection variants .................................................................................................. 116
9.3.1 Point-to-Point connection - analogue / digital mode ....................................................... 116
9.3.2 Multi-Drop connection (2-wire connection) ..................................................................... 116
9.4 HART® device variables ........................................................................................... 116
9.5 Field Communicator 375/475 (FC 375/475) ............................................................. 117
9.5.1 Installation....................................................................................................................... 117
9.5.2 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 117
9.6 Asset Management Solutions (AMS)........................................................................ 118
9.6.1 Installation....................................................................................................................... 118
9.6.2 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 118
9.6.3 Parameter for the basic configuration............................................................................. 118
9.7 Field Device Tool / Device Type Manager (FDT / DTM)........................................... 118
9.7.1 Installation....................................................................................................................... 118
9.7.2 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 118
9.8 Process Device Manager (PDM) .............................................................................. 119
9.8.1 Installation....................................................................................................................... 119
9.8.2 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 119
9.9 HART® menu tree for Basic-DD ............................................................................... 120
9.9.1 Overview Basic-DD menu tree (positions in menu tree)................................................. 120
9.9.2 Basic-DD menu tree (details for settings) ....................................................................... 121
9.10 HART® menu tree for AMS..................................................................................... 122
9.10.1 Overview AMS menu tree (positions in menu tree) ...................................................... 122
9.10.2 AMS menu tree (details for settings) ............................................................................ 123
9.11 HART® menu tree for PDM .................................................................................... 124
9.11.1 Overview PDM menu tree (positions in menu tree) ...................................................... 124
9.11.2 PDM menu tree (details for settings) ............................................................................ 125
10 Appendix
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10.1 Glossary.................................................................................................................. 127
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1 Safety instructions
1.1 Software history
"Firmware revision" agrees with NAMUR NE 53. It is a series of numbers used to record the
revision status of embedded software (firmware) in electronic equipment assemblies. It gives data
on the type of changes made and the effect that changes have on compatibility.
Data about software revisions is shown in menu 1.1.0 IDENT. For more data, refer to Function
description on page 65. If it is not possible to refer to the device menu, record the serial number of
the device (given on the device nameplate) and speak to the supplier.
Release
date
Printed circuit
assembly
Firmware revision Hardware revision Changes and
compatibility
Documentation
2013-01-11
Converter
1.00.05
4000342401k
Sensor
1.00.06
4001025501h
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Rev. 06.2013
HMI (LCD display option) 1.00.03
4000487601n
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1.2 Intended use
CAUTION!
Responsibility for the use of the measuring devices with regard to suitability, intended use and
corrosion resistance of the used materials against the measured fluid lies solely with the
operator.
INFORMATION!
The manufacturer is not liable for any damage resulting from improper use or use for other than
the intended purpose.
This level meter with Radar (FMCW) measures distance, level, mass, volume, flow rate (in open
channels) and reflectivity of liquids, pastes and slurries. It does not touch the measured product.
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1.3 Certification
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
In accordance with the commitment to customer service and safety, the device described
in this document meets the following safety requirements:
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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC in conjunction with EN 61326-1
(2006). SIL-approved devices agree with EN 61326-3-1 (2008) and EN 61326-3-2 (2008).
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R & TTE) Directive
1999/05/EC in conjunction with ETSI EN 302 372 (2006). For more data, refer to European
Union (EU) on page 8.
Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC in conjunction with EN 61010-1 (2001).
SIL-approved devices agree with EN 61508 (2010).
All devices are based on the CE marking and meet the requirements of NAMUR Guideline NE 21,
NE 43, NE 53 and NE 107.
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1.4 Radio approvals
1.4.1 European Union (EU)
LEGAL NOTICE!
This level transmitter is intended for installation in closed tanks. It meets the requirements of the
R & TTE (Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment) Directive 1999/05/EC
for use in the member countries of the EU.
An industry agreement includes approval for use of the frequency band (8.6...10.4 GHz) in
industrial environments.
According to article 6.4 of the R&TTE Directive, the product is marked by the CE sign + notified
body number (0682) + Class II identifier (= alert sign).
Refer to EN 302372 for installation conditions.
Figure 1-1: Radio approval information on the nameplate
1 CE sign
2 Notified body number (0682 = CETECOM ICT Services GmbH)
3 Class II identifier
According to ETSI EN 302 372 (2006-04), the radiated power outside a metallic tank is less than 30 dBm.
The device and the tank agree with Annex B of ETSI EN 302 372-1 if you obey the
regulations that follow:
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Install the device in a permanent position on a closed metallic tank, a reinforced concrete tank
or a stucture with a closed space made of an equivalent material. Make sure that the device is
correctly attached. We recommend that you install the device on the top of the tank and the
antenna points down.
Seal flanges and attachments with EMI/RFI shielding gaskets. This gasket is supplied as an
accessory.
Sight glasses must have a microwave-proof layer on them.
Close all openings and process connections.
Only approved personnel can install the device.
For data about how to install EMI/RFI shielding gaskets, refer to the instructions supplied with this
accessory.
Refer also to the radio approval certificate on the internet site.
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1.4.2 U.S.A. and Canada
LEGAL NOTICE!
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference which may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer
may void the FCC and IC authorizations to operate this equipment.
This legal information is shown on a label on the side of the device.
Figure 1-2: FCC ID and IC number label
Refer also to the radio approval certificate on the internet site.
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1.5 Safety instructions from the manufacturer
1.5.1 Copyright and data protection
The contents of this document have been created with great care. Nevertheless, we provide no
guarantee that the contents are correct, complete or up-to-date.
The contents and works in this document are subject to copyright. Contributions from third parties
are identified as such. Reproduction, processing, dissemination and any type of use beyond what
is permitted under copyright requires written authorisation from the respective author and/or the
manufacturer.
The manufacturer tries always to observe the copyrights of others, and to draw on works created
in-house or works in the public domain.
The collection of personal data (such as names, street addresses or e-mail addresses) in the
manufacturer's documents is always on a voluntary basis whenever possible. Whenever feasible,
it is always possible to make use of the offerings and services without providing any personal
data.
We draw your attention to the fact that data transmission over the Internet (e.g. when
communicating by e-mail) may involve gaps in security. It is not possible to protect such data
completely against access by third parties.
We hereby expressly prohibit the use of the contact data published as part of our duty to publish
an imprint for the purpose of sending us any advertising or informational materials that we have
not expressly requested.
1.5.2 Disclaimer
The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage of any kind by using its product, including, but
not limited to direct, indirect or incidental and consequential damages.
This disclaimer does not apply in case the manufacturer has acted on purpose or with gross
negligence. In the event any applicable law does not allow such limitations on implied warranties
or the exclusion of limitation of certain damages, you may, if such law applies to you, not be
subject to some or all of the above disclaimer, exclusions or limitations.
Any product purchased from the manufacturer is warranted in accordance with the relevant
product documentation and our Terms and Conditions of Sale.
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter the content of its documents, including this disclaimer
in any way, at any time, for any reason, without prior notification, and will not be liable in any way
for possible consequences of such changes.
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1.5.3 Product liability and warranty
The operator shall bear responsibility for the suitability of the device for the specific purpose. The
manufacturer accepts no liability for the consequences of misuse by the operator. Improper
installation and operation of the devices (systems) will cause the warranty to be void. The
respective "Standard Terms and Conditions" which form the basis for the sales contract shall also
apply.
1.5.4 Information concerning the documentation
To prevent any injury to the user or damage to the device it is essential that you read the
information in this document and observe applicable national standards, safety requirements and
accident prevention regulations.
If this document is not in your native language and if you have any problems understanding the
text, we advise you to contact your local office for assistance. The manufacturer can not accept
responsibility for any damage or injury caused by misunderstanding of the information in this
document.
This document is provided to help you establish operating conditions, which will permit safe and
efficient use of this device. Special considerations and precautions are also described in the
document, which appear in the form of underneath icons.
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1.5.5 Warnings and symbols used
Safety warnings are indicated by the following symbols.
DANGER!
This information refers to the immediate danger when working with electricity.
DANGER!
This warning refers to the immediate danger of burns caused by heat or hot surfaces.
DANGER!
This warning refers to the immediate danger when using this device in a hazardous atmosphere.
DANGER!
These warnings must be observed without fail. Even partial disregard of this warning can lead to
serious health problems and even death. There is also the risk of seriously damaging the device
or parts of the operator's plant.
WARNING!
Disregarding this safety warning, even if only in part, poses the risk of serious health problems.
There is also the risk of damaging the device or parts of the operator's plant.
CAUTION!
Disregarding these instructions can result in damage to the device or to parts of the operator's
plant.
INFORMATION!
These instructions contain important information for the handling of the device.
LEGAL NOTICE!
This note contains information on statutory directives and standards.
• HANDLING
This symbol designates all instructions for actions to be carried out by the operator in the
specified sequence.
i RESULT
This symbol refers to all important consequences of the previous actions.
1.6 Safety instructions for the operator
WARNING!
In general, devices from the manufacturer may only be installed, commissioned, operated and
maintained by properly trained and authorized personnel.
This document is provided to help you establish operating conditions, which will permit safe and
efficient use of this device.
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2 Device description
2.1 Scope of delivery
INFORMATION!
Do a check of the packing list to make sure that you have all the elements given in the order.
Figure 2-1: Scope of delivery
1 Signal converter and antenna (compact version)
2 Strap wrench
3 DVD-ROM (including Handbook, Quick Start, Technical Datasheet and related software)
INFORMATION!
METALLIC HORN AND WAVE GUIDE ANTENNAS
If the device has an antenna extension option, this part is attached to the device if the antenna
extension length, Lext ≤ 300 mm / 11.8¨. If Lext > 300 mm / 11.8¨, then the antenna extension is
not attached to the device. Obey the assembly procedure on page 33.
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2.2 Device description
The FMCW radar level transmitter is designed to measure the distance, level, mass, volume, flow
rate and reflection of liquids, pastes and slurries. Radar level transmitters use an antenna to guide
a signal to the surface of the measured product. Radar is a non-contact technology. It is
particularly suitable for the level measurement of corrosive and viscous products. For more data
about the measuring principle, refer to Measuring principle on page 91.
The signal converter of the device has 2 versions: Compact and Remote (Field). The converter
can also be ordered with horizontal or vertical housing options for easy access to the device
terminals and the optional display.
Compact version
The signal converter is attached directly to the process connection and the antenna (vertical
housing option shown).
Figure 2-2: Compact version
Remote (Field) version
The signal converter is installed away from the process connection and the antenna (for example:
at the bottom of a tank). The signal cable between the signal converter and the antenna has a
maximum length of 100 m / 328 ft.
Figure 2-3: Remote version
The illustration that follows shows the types of antenna. Antenna extensions are available for
PTFE Wave Horn and Metallic Horn antenna options for long nozzles.
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Figure 2-4: Types of antenna
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PP Wave Horn antenna (G 1½ or 1½ NPT threaded connection only)
PTFE Wave Horn antenna (DN50...150 / 2¨...6¨ flange connections)
Metallic Horn antenna (available antenna sizes: DN80 (3¨), DN100 (4¨), DN150 (6¨) and DN200(8¨))
Wave Guide antenna (Length options: 1...6 m / 3.28...19.68 ft, in increments of 0.5 m / 1.64 ft)
If the process connection temperature is more than +150°C / +302°F, the device has a hightemperature (HT) extension. This is only available for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antenna
options.
Figure 2-5: Signal converter with the HT extension
For more data about device options, refer to Technical data on page 91.
You can use the LCD display option or PACTware™ software installed on a computer or a
workstation for device configuration. The device configuration menu has a quick set-up wizard.
You usually will not need this document to install, set up and operate the device.
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2.3 Visual Check
INFORMATION!
Inspect the cartons carefully for damages or signs of rough handling. Report damage to the
carrier and to the local office of the manufacturer.
Figure 2-6: Visual check
1 Device nameplate (for more data, refer to Nameplate (examples) on page 17)
2 Process connection data (size and pressure rating, material reference and heat number)
3 Gasket material data - refer to the illustration that follows
Figure 2-7: Symbols for the supplied gasket material (on the side of the process connection)
1 EPDM
2 Kalrez® 6375
If the device is supplied with an FKM/FPM gasket, there is no symbol on the side of the process
connection.
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2.4 Nameplates
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
2.4.1 Nameplate (examples)
Figure 2-8: Compact and remote versions: Non-Ex nameplate attached to the housing
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Cable entry size
Input / output option
Degree of ingress protection (according to EN 60529 / IEC 60529)
Customer tag number
Date of manufacture
Order number
Type code (defined in order)
Model name and number
Company name and address
Figure 2-9: Remote version: Non-Ex nameplate attached to the antenna assembly
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Cable entry size
Degree of ingress protection (according to EN 60529 / IEC 60529)
Date of manufacture
Order number
Type code (defined in order)
Model name and number
Company name and address
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3 Installation
3.1 General notes on installation
INFORMATION!
Inspect the cartons carefully for damages or signs of rough handling. Report damage to the
carrier and to the local office of the manufacturer.
INFORMATION!
Do a check of the packing list to make sure that you have all the elements given in the order.
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
3.2 Storage
WARNING!
Do not keep the device in a vertical position. This will damage the antenna and the device will not
measure correctly.
Figure 3-1: Storage conditions
1 When you put the device into storage, do not keep it in a vertical position
2 Put the device on its side. We recommend that you use the packaging in which it was delivered.
3 Storage temperature range: -40...+80°C / -40...+176°F
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Store the device in a dry and dust-free location.
Store the device in its original packing.
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3.3 Transport
WARNING!
• Depending on the version, the device will weight approx. 5...30 kg / 11...66 lbs. To carry, use
both hands to lift the device carefully by the converter housing. If necessary, lift the device
with a hoist.
• When handling the device, avoid hard blows, jolts, impact, etc. to prevent damage.
3.4 Pre-installation requirements
INFORMATION!
Obey the precautions that follow to make sure that the device is correctly installed.
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Make sure that there is sufficent space on all sides.
Protect the signal converter from direct sunlight. The device has a weather protection option.
Do not subject the signal converter to heavy vibrations.
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3.5 Installation
3.5.1 Pressure and temperature ranges
DANGER!
If the ambient temperature is more than +70°C / +158°F, there is a risk of injury if you touch the
device. Use a protective cover or metallic grid to prevent injury.
Figure 3-2: Pressure and temperature ranges
1 Flange temperature
Non-Ex devices: Depends on the type of antenna, process connection and the seal material. Refer to the table that
follows.
Ex devices: see supplementary operating instructions
2 Ambient temperature for operation of the display
-20...+60°C / -4...+140°F
If the ambient temperature is not between these limits, the display screen switches off automatically. The device continues to operate.
3 Ambient temperature
Non-Ex devices: -40...+80°C / -40...+176°F
Ex devices: see supplementary operating instructions
4 Process pressure
Depends on the type of antenna and process connection. Refer to the table that follows.
Antenna
type
Process
connection
Seal
Process connection
temperature
[°C]
[°F]
Process pressure
[barg]
[psig]
PP
Wave Horn
G 1½;
1½ NPT
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-20...+100
-4...+212
-1...16
-14.5...232
PTFE
Wave Horn
Flange with
PTFE plate
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-50...+150
-58...+302
-1...40
-14.5...580
Metallic Horn
Wave Guide
Flange
Metaglas® with
FKM/FPM
-40...+200
-40...+392
-1...40
-14.5...580
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1
2
2
Metaglas® with
Kalrez® 6375
-20...+250
-4...+482
-1...40
-14.5...580
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1
2
2
Metaglas® with
PFA
-60...+130
-76...+266
-1...40
-14.5...580
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1
2
2
Metaglas® with
EPDM
-50...+130
-58...+266
-1...40
-14.5...580
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2
1 Higher temperature on request
2 Higher pressure on request
For more data on pressure ratings, refer to Pressure ratings on page 101
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Ambient temperature / flange temperature, flange and threaded connection, in °C
Figure 3-3: Ambient temperature / flange temperature, flange and threaded connection, in °C
Ambient temperature / flange temperature, flange and threaded connection, in °F
Figure 3-4: Ambient temperature / flange temperature, flange and threaded connection, in °F
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5
6
7
Maximum ambient temperature, °C
Maximum flange temperature, °C
Maximum ambient temperature, °F
Maximum flange temperature, °F
PP Wave Horn antenna
PTFE Wave Horn antennas. Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas (standard temperature version).
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas (high temperature version)
There is no change (de-rating) in ambient temperature below 0°C / 0°F. The process connection
temperature must agree with the temperature limits of the gasket material. For pressure rating
data, refer to Pressure ratings on page 101.
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3.5.2 Recommended mounting position
CAUTION!
Follow these recommendations to make sure that the device measures correctly. They have an
effect on the performance of the device.
Figure 3-5: Recommended mounting position for liquids, pastes and slurries
1
2
3
4
5
6
Sockets for the PP Wave Horn antenna
Nozzles for the PTFE Wave Horn antenna
Nozzles for DN150 or DN200 Metallic Horn antennas
Nozzles for Wave Guide antennas
Tank diameter
Minimum distance of the nozzle or socket from the tank wall (depends on the antenna type and size - refer to items 1,
2 , 3 and 4 in this list):
- PP/PTFE Wave Horn (1 and 2): 1/7 × tank height
- Metallic Horn (3): 1/10 × tank height
- Wave Guide (4): There is no minimum distance from the Wave Guide antenna to metallic walls and other metal
objects
Maximum distance of nozzle from the tank wall (depends on the antenna type and size - refer to items 1, 2 and 3 in
this list):
- PP/PTFE Wave Horn (1 and 2): 1/3 × tank diameter
- Metallic Horn (3): 1/3 × tank diameter
- Wave Guide (4): There is no maximum distance from the Wave Guide antenna to metallic walls and other metal
objects
7 Tank height
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Point the device in the correct direction
Figure 3-6: Point the device in the correct direction to get the best performance
Point the tag hole on the housing in the direction of the nearest tank wall.
1 Tag hole
2 Nearest tank wall
Figure 3-7: A maximum of 4 FMCW radar level meters can be operated in a tank
Figure 3-8: Tanks with conical bottoms
Conical bottoms have an effect on the measuring range. The device cannot measure to the bottom of the tank.
1 Axis of radar beam
2 Minimum level reading
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3.5.3 Mounting restrictions
CAUTION!
Follow these recommendations to make sure that the device measures correctly. They have an
effect on the performance of the device.
We recommend that you prepare the installation when the tank is empty.
Mounting restrictions: General data
Figure 3-9: Mounting restrictions: General data
1 Do not tilt the device more than 2°
2 We recommend that you do an empty spectrum recording if there are too many obstacles in the radar beam (refer to
Operation). If necessary, install a bypass chamber or stilling well or use an "S" antenna extension or a "L" antenna
extension (the device must be installed on the side of the tank) to move the device away from obstacles.
3 5 mm / 0.2¨ max. for high-dielectric constant liquids
4 Beam radius (DN80 (3¨) Metallic Horn antenna): increments of 290 mm/m or 3.4¨/ft (16°)
Beam radius (DN100 (4¨) Metallic Horn antenna): increments of 210 mm/m or 2.6¨/ft (12°)
Beam radius (DN150 (6¨) Metallic Horn antenna): increments of 140 mm/m or 1.7¨/ft (8°)
Beam radius (DN200 (8¨) Metallic Horn antenna): increments of 100 mm/m or 1.3¨/ft (6°)
Beam radius (PP Wave Horn and PTFE Wave Horn antenna): increments of 176 mm/m or 2.1¨/ft (10°)
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Obstacles in the tank
Figure 3-10: Obstacles in the tank
Do not put the device directly above obstacles (agitator, support beams, heating tubes etc.). Parasitic signals from obstacles will cause the device to measure incorrectly.
1 Solution 1: Put the device on another process connection away from obstacles
2 Solution 2: Use the same process connection, but also use an "S" extension
3 Solution 3: Attach the device to the side of the tank and use an "L" (right angle) extension
CAUTION!
Do not put the device near to the product inlet. If the product that enters the tank touches the
antenna, the device will measure incorrectly. If the product fills the tank directly below the
antenna, the device will also measure incorrectly.
Figure 3-11: Product inlets
1 The device is in the correct position.
2 The device is too near to the product inlet.
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Devices with Metallic Horn antenna
Figure 3-12: Devices with Metallic Horn antenna
1
2
3
4
If the roof is not flat, the antenna must project out of the nozzle
Short tank nozzle
Long tank nozzle (device with an antenna extension)
If the roof is flat and the tank fitting is symmetrical, it is not necessary for the antenna to project out of the nozzle. Thus,
the device can have a larger measuring range.
The antenna must project out of the nozzle. If necessary, use an antenna extension. But if the
tank roof is flat and the tank fitting is symmetrical, it is not necessary for the antenna to project out
of the nozzle. Thus, the device can have a larger measuring range.
Devices with PTFE or PP Wave Horn antenna
Figure 3-13: Devices with PTFE or PP Wave Horn antenna
Recommended height of tank process connection, a = 44...200 mm / 1.7...7.87¨
1 Device with a PTFE Wave Horn antenna and a flange connection. There are antenna extension options available
(100 mm / 4¨, 200 mm / 8¨ and 300 mm / 12¨) for long nozzles.
2 Device with a PP Wave Horn antenna and a thread connection
CAUTION!
If there are parasitic signals, the device will not measure correctly. Parasitic signals are caused
by:
• Objects in the tank.
• Sharp corners that are perpendicular to the path of the radar beam.
• Sudden changes in tank diameter in the path of the radar beam.
Do an Empty Spectrum recording (refer to Operation) to remove parasitic signals with a filter.
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Requirements for flange connections
Figure 3-14: Flange connection
Equipment needed:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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Device
Flange gasket (not supplied)
Wrench (not supplied)
Make sure the flange on the nozzle is level.
Make sure that you use the applicable gasket for the flange dimensions and the process.
Align the gasket correctly on the flange facing of the nozzle.
Lower the antenna carefully into the tank.
Make sure that you point the device in the correct direction. Refer to "Point the device in the
correct direction" in this section.
• Tighten the flange bolts.
i Refer to local rules and regulations for the correct torque to apply to the bolts.
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Requirements for threaded connections
Figure 3-15: Threaded connection
Equipment needed:
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•
•
•
Device
Gasket for G 1½ connection (not supplied)
Thread seal tape (PTFE) for 1½ NPT connection (not supplied)
50 mm / 2¨ wrench (not supplied)
WARNING!
Do not tighten the connection to a torque more than 40 Nm. If the connection is too tight, this will
damage the thread.
To prevent damage to the antenna, make sure that the minimum diameter of the hole for a
1½ NPT thread connection is not less than 43.4 mm / 1.71¨.
• Make sure the tank connection is level.
• ISO 228-1 (G) connection: Make sure that you use the applicable gasket for the connection
dimensions and the process.
• ISO 228-1 (G) connection: Align the gasket correctly.
• NPT connection: Wind the thread seal tape around the process connection in agreement with
good engineering practice.
• Lower the antenna carefully into the tank.
• Turn the threaded connection on the antenna to attach the device to the process connection.
• Make sure that you point the device in the correct direction. Refer to "Point the device in the
correct direction" in this section.
• Tighten the connection to the correct torque (not more than 40 Nm).
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3.5.4 Standpipes (stilling wells and bypass chambers)
Use a standpipe if:
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There is highly conductive foam in the tank.
The liquid is very turbulent or agitated.
There are too many other objects in the tank.
The device is measuring a liquid (petro-chemicals) in a tank with a floating roof.
The device is installed in a horizontal cylindrical tank (refer to the end of this section)
Figure 3-16: Installation recommendations for standpipes (stilling wells and bypass chambers)
1
2
3
4
A stilling well solution
A bypass chamber solution
Air circulation hole
Level of the liquid
CAUTION!
Installation requirements
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•
•
•
•
•
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The standpipe must be electrically conductive.
The inside diameter of the standpipe must not be more than 5 mm / 0.2¨ over the diameter of
the antenna (for a high-dielectric constant liquid).
The standpipe must be straight. There must be no sudden changes in internal diameter
greater than 1 mm / 0.04¨.
The standpipe must be vertical.
Recommended surface roughness: <±0.1 mm / 0.004¨.
Make sure that there are no deposits at the bottom of the standpipe.
Make sure that there is liquid in the standpipe.
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Stilling wells - general notes
Installation in tanks containing one liquid and foam
• Drill an air circulation hole (max. Ø10 mm / 0.4¨) in the stilling well above the maximum level.
• Remove the burr from the hole.
Installation in tanks containing one liquid or more without foam
• Drill an air circulation hole (max. Ø10 mm / 0.4¨) in the stilling well above the maximum level.
• Drill 1 or more liquid circulation holes in the stilling well (if there is more than 1 liquid in the tank).
i These holes help the liquid to move freely between the stilling well and the tank.
• Remove the burr from the hole.
Stilling wells: floating roofs
If the device must be installed on a tank with a floating roof, install it in a stilling well.
Figure 3-17: Floating roofs
1
2
3
4
5
6
Sediment
Support fixtures
Stilling well
Floating roof
Product
Tank
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Stilling wells: horizontal cylindrical tanks
We recommend that you install the device in a stilling well if the device:
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•
•
•
is for a horizontal cylindrical tank,
is in a metallic tank,
measures a product with a high dielectric constant and
is on the centerline of the tank.
Figure 3-18: Horizontal cylindrical tanks
1 The device is installed without a stilling well. There are multiple reflections. Refer to the CAUTION! that follows.
2 The device is installed in a stilling well and measures correctly.
CAUTION!
If the device is installed in horizontal cylindrical tank that contains a high dielectric constant liquid
without a stilling well, do not put it on the tank centerline. This will cause multiple reflections and
the device will not measure accurately. Use the 2.3.12 Multiple Reflections function in
Supervisor > Basic Parameters to keep the effects of multiple reflections to a minimum. For
more data, refer to Function description on page 65 (2. Supervisor).
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Bypass chambers
Installation next to tanks containing one liquid and foam
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•
The top process connection of the bypass chamber must be above the maximum level of
liquid.
The bottom process connection of the bypass chamber must be below the lowest measured
level of liquid.
Installation next to tanks containing more than one liquid
•
•
•
The top process connection of the bypass chamber must be above the maximum level of
liquid.
The bottom process connection of the bypass chamber must be below the lowest measured
level of liquid.
Additional process connections are necessary for the liquids to circulate freely along the
length of the bypass chamber.
3.5.5 Wall support for the remote version
Figure 3-19: Wall support for the remote version (attached to the remote converter)
1 Use marks on the wall to help you put the wall support in the correct position. For more data,
refer to Dimensions and weights on page 108.
2 Use equipement and tools that agree with health and safety regulations and good engineering
practice.
3 Make sure the wall support is correctly attached to the wall.
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3.5.6 How to attach an antenna extension (Metallic Horn or Wave Guide antennas)
CAUTION!
IF THE ANTENNA EXTENSION IS SUPPLIED WITH THE DEVICE AS AN OPTION:
If the antenna extension is attached to the device, no more work is necessary.
If the antenna extension is not attached to the device, refer to Procedure 1 in this section. It is not
necessary to change the device settings. The manufacturer sets the related menu items to the
correct values in the factory.
IF THE ANTENNA EXTENSION IS SUPPLIED AFTER DELIVERY OF THE DEVICE (SPARE
PART):
You must attach the antenna extension to the device and change the device settings in the
SUPERVISOR menu. If you have a straight antenna extension, refer to Procedures 1 and 2A. If
you have an "S" or "L" (right-angle) antenna extension, refer to Procedures 1 and 2B.
DANGER!
If you installed the device on the tank before the procedure, make the device safe (de-energize
the circuit, clean the device etc.) before you continue the work.
Equipment needed
Figure 3-20: Equipment needed
1
2
3
4
Device (with a Metallic Horn or Wave Guide antenna option only)
Antenna extension. From left to right: straight, "S" and "L" (right-angle) extension.
10 mm open-end or box-end wrench (not supplied)
3 hex head screws M6×25-A4-70 (supplied in a plastic sachet)
Obey the assembly procedure that follows:
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Figure 3-21: Procedure: How to attach an antenna extension
WARNING!
Make sure that you do not damage the PTFE cone when you remove or install the antenna.
Procedure 1: How to attach an antenna extension
1 Remove the 3 hex head screws from the antenna with the 10 mm wrench.
2 Remove the antenna. Make sure that you do not damage the PTFE cone when you remove
the antenna.
3 Attach the antenna extension below the flange. Make sure that the antenna extension is fully
engaged. Make sure that you do not damage the PTFE cone when you attach the antenna extension.
4 Attach 3 hex head screws to the antenna extension with a 10 mm wrench. Tighten the screws
to a torque of 8 Nm.
5 Attach the antenna below the antenna extension.
6 Attach 3 hex head screws to the antenna with a 10 mm wrench. Tighten the screws to a torque
of 8 Nm.
i If the antenna extension is supplied with the device, it is not necessary to change the device
settings. End of the procedure.
7 If the antenna extension is supplied after delivery of the device, it is necessary to change the
device settings. Make a selection from one of the procedures (2A or 2B) that follow: straight
antenna extension, "S" antenna extension or "L" (right angle) antenna extension.
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Procedure 2A: Device settings for a device with a straight antenna extension
• Enter the SUPERVISOR menu (2.0.0).
• Push [>], 2 × [], [>] and 6 × [] to go to menu item ANTENNA EXTENSION (2.3.7).
• Push [>] to change the value. Push [>] to change the position of the cursor. Push [] to
decrease the value or [] to increase the value.
i If the antenna extension has a length of 500 mm, enter the value "500" (if units for this menu
item are in mm).
• Push 3 × [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i End of the procedure.
Procedure 2A: Device settings for a device with an "S" or L" (right angle) antenna
extension
• Enter the SUPERVISOR menu (2.0.0).
• Push [>], 2 × [], [>] and 6 × [] to go to menu item ANTENNA EXTENSION (2.3.7).
• Push [>] to change the value. Push [>] to change the position of the cursor. Push [] to
decrease the value or [] to increase the value.
i If units are in mm, enter the value "243" (for an "S" extension) or "236" (for an "L" extension).
• Push [^] to go back to the menu. Push 2 × [] to go to menu item DIST.PIECE (2.3.9).
• Push [>] to change the value. Push [>] to change the position of the cursor. Push [] to
decrease the value or [] to increase the value.
i If units are in mm, enter the value "221" (for an "S" extension) or "236" (for an "L" extension).
• Push 3 × [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i End of the procedure.
Settings for devices with antenna extensions in mm
Antenna extension type
Device settings
ANTENNA EXTENSION
(2.3.7)
DIST.PIECE (2.3.9)
Straight
1
02
"S"
243
221 2
"L" (right angle)
236
236 2
1 This value depends on the length of the antenna extension. Enter the length of the antenna extension: 100, 200, 300,
400, 500 or 1000 mm
2 If the device has a high temperature extension, add 120 mm to this value
3.5.7 How to turn or remove the signal converter
The converter turns 360°, but we recommend that the tag hole on the housing points to the
nearest tank wall. For more data, refer to Recommended mounting position on page 22. The
converter can be removed from the process connection assembly under process conditions.
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Figure 3-22: How to turn or remove the signal converter
1 Tool: 5 mm Allen wrench (not supplied) for the lock screw on the signal converter
2 Cover for the wave guide hole on top of the process connection assembly (not supplied)
CAUTION!
Do not loosen the 4 socket head screws on the process connection assembly.
If you remove the housing, put a cover on the the wave guide hole on top of the process
connection assembly. Make sure that the wave guide hole is clean and dry.
When the housing is attached to the process connection assembly, tighten the lock screw with
the 5 mm Allen wrench 1.
3.5.8 How to attach the weather protection to the device
The device and the weather protection option are supplied disassambled in the same box. You
must attach the weather protection when you install the device.
Figure 3-23: Equipment needed
1 Device
2 Weather protection (option).
3 2 butterfly screws and spring washers. The manufacturer attaches these parts to the device before delivery.
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Figure 3-24: Installation of the weather protection (general procedure)
1 Remove the 2 butterfly screws from the housing. Make sure that spring washer is attached correctly to the housing (on the weather protection fixture).
2 Lower the weather protection onto the device.
3 Attach the 2 butterfly screws. Make sure that you use the correct holes to attach the weather
protection. The holes must agree with the housing option used (compact vertical (non-Ex or
Ex i-approved etc.)). For more data, refer to the illustration that follows:
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Figure 3-25: Holes for installation of the weather protection (housing versions)
1
2
3
4
Compact horizontal housing (non-Ex and Ex i-approved devices)
Compact horizontal housing (Ex d-approved devices)
Compact vertical housing (non-Ex and Ex i-approved devices)
Compact vertical housing (Ex d-approved devices)
The overall dimensions of the weather protection are on page 108.
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3.5.9 How to open the weather protection
Figure 3-26: How to open the weather protection
1 Loosen the bolt on each side of the weather protection.
2 Pull the sides of the weather protection out of the notch for the closed position.
3 Pull the weather protection up and back.
i This will open the weather protection.
4 Tighten the bolts to lock the weather protection in its open position.
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4 Electrical connections
4.1 Safety instructions
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
DANGER!
Observe the national regulations for electrical installations!
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
WARNING!
Observe without fail the local occupational health and safety regulations. Any work done on the
electrical components of the measuring device may only be carried out by properly trained
specialists.
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
4.2 Electrical installation: 2-wire, loop-powered
4.2.1 Compact version
Terminals for electrical installation
Figure 4-1: Terminals for electrical installation
1
2
3
4
Grounding terminal in the housing (if the electrical cable is shielded)
Current output Current output +
Location of the external grounding terminal (at the bottom of the converter)
INFORMATION!
Electrical power to the output terminal energizes the device. The output terminal is also used for
HART® communication.
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CAUTION!
• Use the applicable electrical cables with the cable glands.
• Make sure that the power supply does not have a current more than 5 A or that there is 5 Arated fuse in the electrical circuit that energizes the device.
• Make sure that the polarity of the power supply is correct. If the polarity is incorrect, you will
not cause damage to the device but the device will not operate.
Figure 4-2: How to open the terminal compartment cover
• Loosen the lock screw with a 2.5 mm Allen wrench.
• Turn the cover counterclockwise with a strap wrench.
• Remove the cover.
Figure 4-3: Procedure for electrical installation
Equipment needed:
•
Small slotted tip screwdriver (not supplied)
Procedure:
1 Do not disconnect the safety cord from the terminal compartment cover. Put the terminal compartment cover adjacent to the housing.
2 Remove the connector from the circuit board.
3 Connect the electrical wires to the connector. Attach the connector to the circuit board. Tighten
the cable entry glands.
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Figure 4-4: How to close the terminal compartment cover
• Put the cover on the housing and push it down.
• Turn the cover clockwise until it is fully engaged.
• Tighten the lock screw.
4.2.2 Remote version
Terminals for electrical installation
Figure 4-5: Terminals for electrical installation
1
2
3
4
Grounding terminal in the housing (if the electrical cable is shielded)
Current output Current output +
Location of the external grounding terminal (on the wall support)
INFORMATION!
Electrical power to the output terminal energizes the device. The output terminal is also used for
HART® communication.
CAUTION!
• Use the applicable electrical cables with the cable glands.
• Make sure that the power supply does not have a current more than 5 A or that there is 5 Arated fuse in the electrical circuit that energizes the device.
• Make sure that the polarity of the power supply is correct. If the polarity is incorrect, you will
not cause damage to the device but the device will not operate.
For more electrical installation data, refer to Compact version on page 40.
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4.3 Remote device data
4.3.1 Requirements for signal cables supplied by the customer
DANGER!
An Ex-approved signal cable is supplied by the manufacturer with devices for hazardous
locations. Use of this signal cable is mandatory.
Non-Ex devices only: The signal cable is an option for non-Ex devices. If the signal cable is not
supplied by the device manufacturer, the cable must have properties that follow:
Basic properties
•
Twisted cable 2 by 2, shielded or screened. For example, multicore cable — reference
MCD 5123 — from Cabletec ICS/JP Electronics.
Maximum length of the signal cable
•
100 m / 328 ft
Temperature
•
•
•
Use electrical cable with the applicable temperature rating for the operating conditions.
Ambient temperature range: -40...+80°C / -40...+175°F
We recommend that the cable agrees with UL 94V-0.
Dimensions of the insulated conductors
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•
•
Min.-max. cross-sectional area of the conductors: 4×0.326...4×2.5 mm² (22....14 AWG),
shielded cable
Use the applicable cable for the cable glands (Ø6....10 mm / 0.24...0.39¨).
Use the applicable cable glands for the cable entry openings in the housing.
Electrical characteristics
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•
•
Test voltage: Insulated conductor / shield (screen) ≥ 500 VAC
Line resistance: < 55 Ω/km
The cable must agree with EN 60811 (Low Voltage Directive) or equivalent national
regulations.
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4.3.2 How to prepare a signal cable supplied by the customer
Figure 4-6: Equipment needed to prepare the signal cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Signal cable (supplied on request)
2 heat-shrinkable sleeves for the PVC jacket (not supplied)
8 ferrules for the end of the conductors (not supplied)
2 Faston connectors for the shield wires
Shield wire insulation, 2 sleeves
Wire stripper (not supplied)
Crimping pliers (not supplied)
INFORMATION!
• The Faston connector for the stranded drain wire must agree with DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8
• The wire end ferrules for the twisted pair of conductors must agree with DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8
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Figure 4-7: How to prepare the signal cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
Remove the PVC jacket from the wire to dimension "a". a = 50 mm / 2¨.
Remove the insulation from the wire. Obey national regulations for electrical wiring.
Crimp the wire end ferrules on the conductors.
Install shield wire insulation on the 2 ends of the shield wire.
Crimp the Faston connectors on the 2 ends of the shield wire.
Install a heat-shrinkable sleeve on the PVC jacket.
4.3.3 How to connect the signal cable to the device
DANGER!
Cables may only be connected when the power is switched off.
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
WARNING!
Observe without fail the local occupational health and safety regulations. Any work done on the
electrical components of the measuring device may only be carried out by properly trained
specialists.
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Equipment needed
Figure 4-8: Equipment needed to prepare the signal cable
1 Remote coverter
2 Antenna housing
3 Signal cable (supplied on request for non-Ex devices) - for more data, refer to How to prepare a signal cable supplied
by the customer on page 44
4 Small slotted-tip screwdriver (not supplied)
Connections between the remote converter and the probe housing
Figure 4-9: Connections between the remote converter and the probe housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Remote coverter
Probe housing
Power supply: voltage in Power supply: voltage in +
Signal cable B
Signal cable A
Shielding wire (attached to Faston connectors in the housings of the remote converter and the probe housing)
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How to connect the signal cable to the remote converter
Figure 4-10: How to connect the signal cable to the remote converter
CAUTION!
Bending radius of the signal cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2¨
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Remove the terminal compartment cover.
Remove the 4-pin connector.
Put the signal cable into the opening of the cable gland.
Put the electrical wires in the connector terminals. Tighten the terminal screws with a small slotted-tip screwdriver. Make sure that the electrical wires agree with the terminals. For more data,
refer to the electrical schema in this section.
Put the connector into the 4-pin socket.
Attach the Faston connector (drain wire).
Attach the terminal compartment cover.
Tighten the cable gland. Make sure that the remote converter is correctly sealed.
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How to connect the signal cable to the antenna electronics
Figure 4-11: How to connect the signal cable to the antenna electronics
CAUTION!
Bending radius of the signal cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2¨
1
2
3
4
Remove the terminal compartment cover.
Remove the 4-pin connector.
Put the signal cable into the opening of the cable gland.
Put the electrical wires in the connector terminals. Tighten the terminal screws with a small slotted-tip screwdriver. Make sure that the electrical wires agree with the terminals. For more data,
refer to the electrical schema in this section.
5 Put the connector into the 4-pin socket. Attach the Faston connector (drain wire).
6 Attach the terminal compartment cover.
7 Tighten the cable gland. Make sure that the probe housing is correctly sealed.
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4.4 Electrical connection for current output
4.4.1 Non-Ex devices
Figure 4-12: Electrical connections for non-Ex devices
1 Power supply
2
3
4
5
Resistor for HART® communication
Optional connection to the grounding terminal
Output: 12...30 VDC for an output of 22 mA at the terminal
Device
4.4.2 Devices for hazardous locations
DANGER!
For electrical data for device operation in hazardous locations, refer to the related certificates of
compliance and supplementary instructions (ATEX, cFMus, ...). This documentation can be
downloaded from our website.
4.5 Protection category
INFORMATION!
The device fulfills all requirements per protection category IP 66/67. It also fulfils all requirements
per NEMA type 4X (housing) and type 6P (antenna).
DANGER!
Make sure that the cable gland is watertight.
Figure 4-13: How to make the installation agree with protection category IP 67
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•
•
•
•
Make sure that the gaskets are not damaged.
Make sure that the electrical cables are not damaged.
Make sure that the electrical cables agree with the national electrical code.
The cables are in a loop in front of the device 1 so water does not go into the housing.
Tighten the cable feedthroughs 2.
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• Close unused cable feedthroughs with dummy plugs 3.
The diameter of the outer sheath of the electrical cable and must be 6…10 mm or 0.2…0.39¨.
4.6 Networks
4.6.1 General information
The device uses the HART® communication protocol. This protocol agrees with the HART®
Communication Foundation standard. The device can be connected point-to-point. It can also
operate in a multi-drop network of up to 15 devices.
The device output is factory-set to communicate point-to-point. To change the communication
mode from point-to-point to multi-drop, refer to HART® network configuration on page 75.
4.6.2 Point-to-point connection
Figure 4-14: Point-to-point connection (non-Ex)
1 Address of the device (0 for point-to-point connection)
2 4...20 mA + HART®
3 Resistor for HART® communication
4 Power supply
5 HART® converter
6 HART® communication software
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4.6.3 Multi-drop networks
Figure 4-15: Multi-drop network (non-Ex)
1 Address of the device (each device must have a different address in multidrop networks)
2 4 mA + HART®
3 Resistor for HART® communication
4 Power supply
5 HART® converter
6 HART® communication software
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4.6.4 Fieldbus networks
INFORMATION!
Fieldbus options are available for the compact version of the device.
For more data, refer to the supplementary instructions for FOUNDATION™ fieldbus and
PROFIBUS PA.
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus network (non-Ex)
Figure 4-16: FOUNDATION™ fieldbus network (non-Ex)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Field device
Junction box
H1 network
H1/HSE converter
High Speed Ethernet (HSE)
Workstation
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Figure 4-17: PROFIBUS PA/DP network (non-Ex)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Field device
Bus termination
PROFIBUS PA bus segment
Segment coupler (PA/DP link)
PROFIBUS DP bus line
Control system (PLC / Class 1 master device)
Engineering or operator workstation (Control tool / Class 2 master device)
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5 Start-up
5.1 How to start the device
5.1.1 Start-up checklist
Check these points before you energize the device:
•
•
•
•
Are all the wetted components (antenna, flange and gaskets) resistant to the product in the ?
Does the information on the signal converter nameplate agree with the operating data?
Did you correctly install the device on the ?
Do the electrical connections agree with the national electrical codes? Use the applicable
electrical cables with the cable glands.
DANGER!
Before you energize the device, make sure that the supply voltage and polarity are correct.
DANGER!
Make sure that the device and the installation agrees with the requirements of the Ex certificate
of compliance.
5.1.2 How to start the device
• Connect the converter to the power supply.
• Energize the converter.
i Devices with the LCD display option only: After 10 seconds the screen will display
"Starting up". After 20 seconds the screen will display the software version numbers. After
30 seconds the default screen will appear.
• The device will display readings.
INFORMATION!
This chapter and the start of the chapter that follows tells you what data is given on the device
display in normal mode and how to change device settings in configuration mode. If you know
about how this device operates, you can ignore this data. Continue with the quick setup
procedure. For more data about this procedure.
5.2 Operating concept
You can read measurements and configure the device with:
•
•
•
•
A digital display screen (optional).
A connection to a system or PC with PACTware™. You can download the Device Type
Manager (DTM) file from the website.
A connection to a system or PC with AMS™. You can download the Device Description (DD)
file from the website.
A connection to a HART® Field Communicator. You can download the Device Description (DD)
file from the website.
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5.3 Digital display screen
5.3.1 Local display screen layout
Figure 5-1: Local display screen layout in Normal mode
1 Current output percentage (bar graph and text — only shown if the current output function is the same as the measurement on the screen in normal mode)
2 Measurement type (in this example, distance)
3 Device status (NE 107 symbols)
4 Device tag name
5 Updated measurement data symbol (the symbol flashes each time the measurement data is updated)
6 Measurement value and units
7 Device status (markers)
8 Keypad buttons (refer to the table in the section that follows)
The current output percentage is only shown if the measurement type (refer to item 2 in the
illustration) is the same as the output function. The parameter is set in menu item 2.4.1 OUTPUT
FUNC.). For example, if the output function is set to "Level" and the device shows "Level"
measurements in normal mode, the bar graph and value is shown (refer to item 1 in the
illustration).
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Figure 5-2: Local display screen layout in configuration mode
1 Function name
2 Configuration mode symbol
3 Menu number
5.3.2 Functions of keypad buttons
Keypad button
[Right]
[Return / Escape]
[Down]
Function
Normal mode: Enter Information menu (Enter Configuration mode)
Configuration mode: Move cursor to the right
Normal mode: Change units (m, cm, mm, in, ft)
Configuration mode: Exit
Normal mode: Change measurement type (distance, level , output (%),
output (mA), conversion, ullage conversion, reflection) 1
Configuration mode: Decrease value or change parameter
[Up]
Normal mode: Change measurement type (distance, level , output (%),
output (mA), conversion, ullage conversion, reflection) 1
Configuration mode: Increase value or change parameter
1 If you have made a strapping table in menu item 2.8.1 INPUT TABLE for volume or mass measurement, "Conversion"
and "Ullage Conv." will be shown in the list of measurement types
For data on keypad functions, refer to Normal mode on page 58.
5.4 Remote communication with PACTware™
PACTware™ displays measurement information clearly on a computer (PC) and lets you
configure the device from a remote location. It is an Open Source, open configuration software for
all field devices. It uses Field Device Tool (FDT) technology. FDT is a communication standard for
sending information between the system and the field device. Field devices are easily integrated.
Installation is supported by a user-friendly Wizard.
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Install these software programs and equipment:
•
•
Microsoft® .NET Framework version 1.1 or later.
PACTware.
•
•
HART® converter (USB, RS232...).
The Device Type Manager for the device.
The software and installation instructions are given on the DVD-ROM supplied with the device.
You can also download the latest version of PACTware™ and the DTM from our internet site.
Refer also to the PACTware™ consortium site at http://www.pactware.de.
Figure 5-3: Screen from the PACTware™ user interface
1 DTM menu
2 Information for device identification
3 Configuration summary
5.5 Remote communication with the AMS™ Device Manager
The AMS™ Device Manager is an industrial Plant Asset Management (PAM) software tool. Its
role is to:
•
Store configuration information for each device.
•
•
•
•
Support HART® and FOUNDATION™ fieldbus devices.
Store and read process data.
Store and read diagnostic status information.
Help plan preventive maintenance to reduce a plant's downtime to a minimum.
The DD file can be downloaded from our website.
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6 Operation
6.1 User modes
Normal mode
This mode displays measurement data. For more data, refer to Normal
mode on page 58.
Configuration mode
Use this mode to view parameters, commission the device, create tables for
volume or mass measurement, change critical values to measure in difficult
process conditions. To get access to supervisor menu, refer to Protection of
the device settings on page 75. For more data on menu items, refer to
Function description on page 65.
6.2 Normal mode
This mode shows measurement data. Use the table that follows:
•
•
for the selection of the measurement type (level, distance, percentage, conversion, reflection)
and
for the selection of the measurement units
Some measurement types will only be available if the device has the correct parameters entered
in the configuration mode.
Keypad functions
Button
Description
Right
Function
"Hot key" function
Enter configuration mode.
-
Return /
Escape
Change the measurement units.
-
Down
Change the measurement type.
-
Up
Change the measurement type.
Display language will change to
English 1
1 The display language will change when you push this button for 2 seconds. Push the button again and it will go back
to the original language.
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Measurement type definitions
Measurement type
Description
Available units
LEVEL
This is a display and an output function option. It is
the height from the bottom of the tank to the
surface of the liquid (Tank height - Distance).
m, cm, mm, in (inches), ft
(feet)
DISTANCE
This is a display and an output function option. It is
the distance from the face of the flange (or thread
stop) to the surface of the liquid.
m, cm, mm, in (inches), ft
(feet)
CONVERSION
This is a display and an output function option. It
gives the volume or mass of the tank contents.
This data is available if you prepare a volume or
mass table in configuration mode. For data on how
to prepare the conversion table, refer to How to
configure the device to measure volume or mass
on page 78. If the device is used with PACTware™
software, it can also show flow rate in a channel. 6
flow profiles are available in the menu: Parshall
(ISO 9826), Venturi Rectangular (ISO 4359),
Venturi Trapezoidal (ISO 4359), Venturi U
(ISO 4359), V-Notch (ISO 1438) or Rectangular
Notch (ISO 1438).
m3, L, gal (US gallons), ImpG
(Imperial gallons), ft3, bbl (oil
barrel), kg, t, Ston, Lton, m,
cm, mm, in, ft, m3/h, ft3/h
ULLAGE CONV.
This is a display and an output function option. It
gives the empty volume or remaining mass that
can be put in the tank. This data is available if you
prepare a volume or mass table in configuration
mode. For data on how to prepare the conversion
table, refer to How to configure the device to
measure volume or mass on page 78.
m3, L, gal (US gallons), ImpG
(Imperial gallons), ft3, bbl (oil
barrel), kg, t, Ston, Lton, m,
cm, mm, in, ft, m3/h, ft3/h
REFLECTION
This is a display and an output function option. It is
the percentage of the emitted radar signal which
makes a reflection on the surface of the liquid and
is received by the device.
%
The current output of the device.
mA
The percentage of the current output. 0% = 4 mA.
100% = 20 mA.
%
OUTPUT I (mA)
OUTPUT I (%)
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6.3 Configuration mode
6.3.1 General notes
Change the settings of your device in Configuration mode. Data about the menus is given on
page 65. You can:
•
•
Use the 1.0.0 INFORMATION menu to read settings, device software versions and error
records. For more data about the Information menu, refer to Table 1: Info.
Use the 2.0.0 SUPERVISOR menu to commission the device, to run diagnostic tests, set up a
conversion table for volume, mass or flow rate measurement, change critical parameters for
difficult process conditions, reset the device and change basic parameters (tank height etc.),
output settings, HART Address etc. For more data about the Supervisor menu, refer to Table
2: Supervisor.
INFORMATION!
It is not possible to enter the 3.0.0 SERVICE and 4.0.0 MASTER menus. These menus are for
factory calibration and approved personnel only.
6.3.2 How to get access to the commissioning menu
Do the steps that follow:
• Push the [>] button.
i This shows the Information menu. The Information menu is read only and does not have
password security.
• Push the [] button one time to scroll up to the Supervisor menu.
The screen shows the text "2.0.0 SUPERVISOR".
i
• Push the [>] button one time.
i The screen shows a line. You must enter the password. Push the buttons under the display
screen 6 times (in total and in a given order) to to get access to Configuration mode.
• Type in the password. The factory-set password is [>], [^], [], [], [>] and [^].
The device shows the text "2.1.0 COMMISSION.".
i
• Push [>]. Do the basic configuration of the device in the "'Parameters" menu. For more data on
the procedure, refer to Quick Setup (Parameters) on page 72. Push [^] at the end of each step
of the procedure to continue to the next step.
• Push [] to go to menu item 2.1.2 EMP.SPEC.REC. Push [>] to start the empty spectrum
recording procedure. For more data, refer to Function description on page 65, Table 2:
Supervisor.
CAUTION!
SIL-approved devices: For data about critical device parameters for SIL approval, refer to the
Safety Manual (SIL approval).
INFORMATION!
HOW TO SET THE SUPERVISOR PASSWORD TO "ON" OR "OFF"
The supervisor password is set to "on" by default. If it is necessary to set this function to "off",
refer to Function description on page 65, Table 2: Supervisor menu, menu item PSWD YES/NO
(2.7.4).
INFORMATION!
HOW TO CHANGE THE SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
You can change the password for the supervisor menu. For more data, refer to Function
description on page 65, Table 2: Supervisor menu, menu item PASSWORD (2.7.5).
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6.3.3 Keypad functions
Figure 6-1: Local display screen layout in configuration mode
1 Function name
2 Configuration mode symbol
3 Menu number
This is what you see when you are in Configuration mode. The functions of the buttons are given
in the table that follows:
Functions of buttons for menu navigation
Button
Description
Right
Function
•
•
Enter /
Esc (Escape)
•
•
Down
•
•
Up
•
•
Go down to the sub-menu level (for example, from menu 1.0.0 to
sub-menu 1.1.0).
Enter the menu item
Go up to the menu level (for example, from sub-menu 1.1.0 to
menu 1.0.0).
Go to Normal mode. If you changed settings in Configuration
mode, you must save or cancel your new settings. For more data,
refer to the end of this section.
Scroll down the menu list (for example, from menu 2.0.0 to menu
1.0.0).
Scroll down the sub-menu list (for example, from sub-menu 2.2.0
to sub-menu 2.1.0).
Scroll up the menu list (for example, from menu 1.0.0 to menu
2.0.0).
Scroll up the sub-menu list (for example, from sub-menu 2.1.0 to
sub-menu 2.2.0).
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Lists of parameters in menu items
Figure 6-2: Lists of parameters in menu items
1 Parameter
2 Menu name
This is what you see when you select a menu item that has a list of parameters. The functions of
the buttons are given in the table that follows:
Function of buttons in menu items that have a list of parameters
Button
Description
Function
Right
n/a
Enter /
Esc (Escape)
Select the parameter and go back to the menu
Down
Move down the list
Up
Move up the list
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Values in menu items
Figure 6-3: Values in menu items
1
2
3
4
Menu item with values stored at this time (first screen)
Push [>] again to change the values. A cursor shows on the first digit.
Menu item name
Cursor on the selected digit
This is what you see when you select a menu item that has a value. The functions of the buttons
are given in the table that follows:
Function of buttons in menu items that have values
Button
Description
Function
Right
•
•
•
Enter /
Esc (Escape)
Accept the value and go back to the sub-menu.
Down
Decrease the digit value.
Up
Increase the digit value.
Enter the menu item and see the value stored at this time.
Enter the menu item configuration level to change the value.
Move the cursor to the next digit on the right. If the cursor is on the
last digit, push [>] again to go back to the first digit.
How to save settings changed in the supervisor menu (menu 2.0.0)
• When you have changed parameters in all the necessary menu items, push [^] to accept the
new parameter.
• Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• The device will ask you to save or cancel your settings. Push [] or [] to select STORE YES
or STORE NO. Push [^] to accept or reject the new settings.
i The display goes back to Normal mode.
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6.3.4 Menu overview
1.0.0 Info. (Information)
1.1.0
Ident. (Identification)
1.2.0
Output
1.3.0
History
2.0.0 Supervisor
2.1.0
Commissioning
2.2.0
Tests
2.3.0
Basic Parameters
2.4.0
Output I
2.5.0
Application
2.6.0
Communication
2.7.0
Display
2.8.0
Conversion
2.9.0
Config/Reset
3.0.0 Service
n/a
Password locked. Menus for factory calibration and qualified
service personnel only.
4.0.0 Master
n/a
Password locked. Menus for factory calibration and qualified
service personnel only.
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6.3.5 Function description
1.0.0 Information (Info.) menu
Menu
No.
Function
Function description
Selection list
1.1.0 IDENT.
1.1.1
SERIAL NUM.
The device serial number.
Read only.
1.1.2
CONV.FIRM.VER
The converter firmware version.
Read only.
1.1.3
SEN.FIRM.VER
The sensor firmware version.
Read only.
1.1.4
HMI.FIRM.VER
The HMI (device display screen) firmware
version.
Read only.
This shows the settings at this time for the
output function (OUTPUT FUNC.), output
range (RANGE I), 4 mA setting (SCALE
4mA), 20 mA setting (SCALE 20mA), and
error delay (ERROR DELAY).
Read only.
ERROR RECORD A log of device errors. Push [>] to read the
errors. Push [] or [] to scroll up or
down the list. Each error is identified by a
code. Push [>] again to show the number
of incidents and the time since the last
incident in days, hours, minutes and
seconds. For more data about errors, refer
to Status and error messages on page 81.
Read only.
1.2.0 OUTPUT I
1.2.1
SUMMARY I
1.3.0 HISTORY
1.3.1
Default
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2.0.0 Supervisor menu
Menu
No.
Function
Function description
Selection list
Default
2.1.0 COMMISSION.
2.1.1
PARAMETERS
This starts a quick set-up procedure
applicable to most applications. The
supervisor can give the tank height (TANK
HEIGHT), type of tank (TANK TYPE),
output function (OUTPUT FUNC.), current
output range (RANGE I), 4 mA setting
(SCALE 4mA), 20 mA setting (SCALE
20mA), error delay (ERROR DELAY) and
tag name (TAG NAME).
2.1.2
EMP.SPEC.REC
.
Fixed and moving objects in the tank cause
interference signals. Put them through this
filter to correctly measure the tank contents.
A quick set-up procedure will go through the
steps that follow (refer also to "How to make
a filter to remove radar signal interference"
on page 79):
1
Do you have a completely filled tank?
If the tank is full, it is not possible to
complete this procedure. The tank must be
partially filled or empty.
Yes [>], No []
2
Please, activate moving parts!
We recommend that you switch on moving
equipment to filter all interference signals.
OK [>]
3
Is your tank partially filled or empty?
If the tank is partially filled, the device must
include the tank contents when it filters the
signal.
Partially [>], Empty []
4
MEAS.DISTANCE
If the tank is partially filled, type in a
distance shorter than that between the
flange and the tank contents.
min-max:
0…tank height (2.3.1)
distance to
tank contents 300 mm / 12¨
5
Emp.Spec.Type
Use the average value for tanks which
contain fixed objects only. Use the
maximum value for tanks which contain
many objects or moving objects.
Maximum, Average
?
6
Recording in progress
Reading in progress
7
Empty spectrum graph
This shows a set of spectra (signals found
in the tank). It also gives the amplitude and
location of each signal. Push [>] to make a
selection from the available spectra.
8
Do you want to save the empty spectrum
data?
Yes [>], No []
This sets the current output to a test value
[mA]. The output will change to the given
value, independent of the measured value.
The current output will go back to the
measured value when the display goes
back to the menu level.
3.5, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,
18, 20 or 22 mA
2.2.0 TESTS
2.2.1
SET OUTPUT
3.5 mA
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No.
Function
Function description
2.2.2
DIAGNOSTIC
This starts the hardware test. Push [>]
many times to show:
• D1, the time of operation
• T1, temperature of the electronic
converter board
• I1, loop current (internally measured
value)
• I2, load current (NOTE: this data is not
available at this time)
• V1, voltage 5.6 V. If the voltage is not
5.0<V1<5.7, speak to the supplier.
• V2, voltage on capacitors. If the voltage is
not 3.2<V2<3.4, speak to the supplier.
• V3, voltage 3.3 V. If the voltage is not
3.2<V3<3.4, speak to the supplier.
• C1, reset counter (watchdog timer). If
C1>1, replace the signal converter.
If an NE 107 symbol and a status marker
are shown, refer to Device status (markers)
on page 81.
If you push [>] again, the display goes back
to the menu level.
Selection list
Default
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2.3.0 BASIC PARAM.
2.3.1
TANK HEIGHT
The distance from the flange face / thread
stop of the tank connection down to the tank
bottom. If the tank has a dish-shaped or
conical bottom, the tank height is measured
to a point on the tank bottom directly below
the antenna. For more data about level
measurement, refer to Level measurement
on page 77. For more data about distance
measurement, refer to Distance
measurement on page 76.
min-max:
0…30 m / 0…98.4 ft
1
2.3.2
BLOCK. DIST.
Blocking distance. The distance from the
flange to the top limit of the measuring
range (a zone given by the user where it is
not possible to measure). We recommend a
blocking distance of 500 mm / 19.7¨ below
the process connection. We also
recommend that the limit of the measuring
range is not less than the blocking distance.
If it is possible that the tank contents will go
above the blocking distance, set 2.5.5
OVERF. ENAB. to "Yes". If the distance is
less than the blocking distance, the device
continues to display the blocking distance.
min:
100 mm / 13.9¨ or
2.3.6 ANTENNA.EXT
max:
2.3.1 TANK HEIGHT
500 mm / 19.7¨
2.3.3
TIME CONST.
Using this function, the device processes
several measurement readings to filter out
disturbances. Increasing the time constant
will smoothen the integrated readings,
decreasing will roughen the readings.
s=seconds.
min-max:
1.00...100.00 s
5.00 s
2.3.4
STILLWELL EN.
If the device is installed in a stilling well or
has a Wave-Guide antenna, set this menu
item to "Yes".
YES, NO
NO
2.3.5
STILLWELL D.
The inner diameter of the stilling well. If the
device is installed in a stilling well or has a
Wave-Guide antenna, enter the diameter.
The device will use this data if you set 2.3.4
STILLWELL EN. to "Yes". This menu item is
not shown if you set 2.3.4 STILLWELL EN.
to "No".
min-max:
22...999 mm / 0.9...39.3¨
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No.
Function
Function description
Selection list
Default
2.3.6
STILLWELL H.
The height of the stilling well. If the device is
installed in a stilling well or has a WaveGuide antenna, enter the height. The device
will use this data if you set 2.3.4
STILLWELL EN. to "Yes". This menu item is
not shown if you set 2.3.4 STILLWELL EN.
to "No".
min: 500 mm / 19.7¨
max: 2.3.1 TANK HEIGHT
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2.3.7
ANTENNA.EXT
Optional antenna extensions.These are
attached between the flange and the
antenna.
min:
0 mm / 0¨ or
2.3.6 ANTENNA.EXT
max:
2000 mm / 78.7¨ or
2.3.1 TANK HEIGHT
1
2.3.8
ANTENNA.TYP
Type of antenna. For more data, refer to
Technical data on page 91.
PP Horn, PTFE Horn,
Metal. Horn, Wave Stick,
Wave Guide
1
2.3.9
DIST.PIECE
Optional distance piece between the
converter and the process connection. This
is for high-temperature applications more
than +150°C / +302°F. The distance piece is
120 mm / 4.7¨ long. For more data, refer to
Technical data on page 91.
min: 0 mm / 0¨
max: TANK HEIGHT
1
2.3.10
TAG NAME
The device has an identification code (tag
name). The supervisor can enter a
maximum of 8 numbers or letters.
1
2.4.0 OUTPUT I
2.4.1
OUTPUT FUNC.
The output function. Select an output
function to scale the current values in
relation to a given point (usually the device
process connection or the tank bottom).
The output current value is shown on a bar
graph in normal mode if the measurement
type is the same as the output function.
Conversion parameters are shown
(Conversion, Ullage conversion) if there is
level-volume, level-mass or level-flow rate
data in 2.8.1 INPUT TABLE.
Distance, Level,
Conversion, Ullage
conversion, Reflection
1
2.4.2
RANGE I
This menu item sets the limits of the output
current range to 1 of the 2 available options:
standard limits (4...20 mA) or NAMUR
NE 43-compliant limits (3.8...20.5 mA). It
also tells the device what to do if an error
occurs. if you set RANGE I to 4-20/22E and
an error occurs (e.g. the tank is too full, ...),
the device output current will change to an
error value of 22 mA . If you set RANGE I
to 4-20 and the device senses a
measurement error, the value will stop at
the last correct measurement.
4-20, 4-20/22E, 4-20/3.6E,
3.8-20.5/22E,
3.8-20.5/3.6E
4-20/3.6E
2.4.3
SCALE 4mA
This gives a measurement value to 4 mA.
min.-max: 2
1
2.4.4
SCALE 20mA
This gives a measurement value to 20 mA.
min.-max: 2
1
2.4.5
ERROR DELAY
The time after which the current output
changes to an error value. The error value
shows that there is a measurement error.
mn=minutes and s=seconds.
0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 1 mn,
2 mn, 5 mn,15 mn
0s
The conditions in which the device is used.
If the surface of the product is flat, select
"Storage". If the surface of the product is
disturbed, select "Process". If the surface of
the product is agitated with vortexes and
foam, select "Agitator".
Storage, Process, Agitator
Process
2.5.0 APPLICATION
2.5.1
TANK TYPE
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Function
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Selection list
Default
TRACKING VEL. Maximum tracking velocity. This value must
agree with the maximum rate of change of
the level of the liquid in the tank.
min-max: 0.1…10.0 m/min
0.5 m/min
2.5.3
Er PRODUCT
min-max: 1.100 to 10.000
2.000
2.5.4
MEASUR.MODE The device uses the dielectric constant (εr)
of the tank contents to monitor level. In
direct mode (if the dielectric constant is
high), the level signal is a reflection on the
surface of the tank contents. If the dielectric
constant is low, the device uses TBF mode.
The device in TBF mode uses the radar
reflection on the bottom of the tank (the
signal goes through the tank contents). The
tank must have a flat bottom for the device
to operate correctly in TBF mode. This
menu item is set by default to "Direct" for
tank contents with an εr >1.8. If εr is very
low (<1.6), use "TBF Full". If εr is low (εr =
1.5...1.7), use "TBF Partial" mode. "TBF
Partial" is an automatic mode that lets the
device make a selection between "Direct
mode and "TBF" mode. If you use "TBF
Full" or "TBF Partial", enter the dielectric
constant in menu item 2.5.3 Er PRODUCT.
Refer also to "Measuring principle" on page
91.
Direct, TBF Partial, TBF
Full
Direct
2.5.5
OVERF. ENAB.
If this function is in operation, the device will
monitor the level even if it is in the blocking
distance. The reading shown on the display
stays fixed at the blocking distance if the
level is higher than the blocking distance.
The output will show that the tank is full. An
error is recorded by default.
If this function is not in operation, the
device looks for the largest signal between
the process connection and the tank
bottom.
YES, NO
NO
2.5.6
MULT.REF.EN.
Multiple reflections will cause the device to
display smaller level readings. Objects in
the tank, sharp corners, installation of the
device on a large nozzle or at the centre of
a dome roof, and low dielectric products
(εr = 1.8...5) can cause multiple reflections.
A very calm surface or a tank with a small
convex or flat roof can also cause multiple
reflections.
If this function is in operation, the device
looks for the first signal peak below the
process connection. This signal peak is
then used to measure the level of the tank
contents. If this function is not in operation,
the device looks for the largest signal below
the process connection.
YES, NO
NO
2.5.7
EMP.SPEC.EN.
The supervisor can start or stop the empty
spectrum filter.
YES, NO
NO
Any HART® address greater than 0 will
activate HART® multidrop mode. The
current output stays constant at 4 mA.
min.-max: 0…63
0
For measurement in TBF mode only. The
device automatically calculates the level
based on the product εr. If you select "TBF
Partial" or "TBF Full" in menu item 2.5.4
MEASUR.MODE, you can change the εr
value manually to adjust readings.
2.6.0 COMMUNICAT.
2.6.1
ADDRESS
70
Menu
No.
LevelWave LR01
Function
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Function description
Selection list
Default
2.7.0 DISPLAY
2.7.1
LANGUAGE
Data can be shown in any of the languages
stored in the device.
9 languages are available
in 3 packs: (1) English,
French, German and
Italian; (2) English, French,
Spanish and Portuguese;
(3) English, Chinese
(Mandarin), Japanese and
Russian
3
2.7.2
LENGTH UNIT
The length unit shown in normal mode.
m, cm, mm, in (inches), ft
(feet)
m
2.7.3
CONV UNIT
Conversion unit. The length, volume, mass
or flow rate conversion unit for the
conversion table and shown in normal
mode.
m3, L, gal (US gallons),
ImpG (Imperial gallons),
ft3, bbl (oil barrel), kg, t,
Ston, Lton, m, cm, mm, in,
ft, m3/h, ft3/h
L
2.7.4
PSWD YES/NO
If it is necessary to protect your settings in
the supervisor menu with a password, set
this menu item to YES.
YES, NO
YES
2.7.5
PASSWORD
This changes the password for the
supervisor menu. Push the buttons up to 6
times in any order. This will be the new
password. To confirm the change, enter the
new password a second time. For more
data, refer to Protection of the device
settings on page 75.
2.7.6
CONTRAST
The contrast control for the display screen.
You can select a shade of grey between
light grey (level 20) and black (level 54).
min.-max: 20…54
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[>], [^], [],
[], [>] and [^]
2.8.0 CONV. TABLE
2.8.1
INPUT TABLE
The device uses a conversion table
(strapping table) to convert measurements
to volume, mass and flow rate readings.
The readings are shown in normal mode.
Give the number of entries on the table
(min. 2; max. 30). Select an entry (01...30)
and enter the level and the related volume /
mass / flow rate value for that entry. Push
[^] to confirm the entry values. Continue
the procedure until the device has data for
all the entries. For more data, refer to How
to configure the device to measure volume
or mass on page 78.
min. 2 entries
max. 30 entries
(level / volume, mass or
flow rate)
0 entries
2.8.2
DELETE TABLE
This menu item erases the data in the
conversion table.
YES, NO
NO
2.9.0 CONFIG/RESET
2.9.1
SAVE
This menu item is not available.
YES, NO
NO
2.9.2
RECALL
This menu item is not available.
YES, NO
NO
2.9.3
RESTART
This menu item starts the device again.
YES, NO
NO
2.9.4
RESET FACT.
If you set this menu item to "YES", the
device goes back to its initial settings (set
by the manufacturer in the factory).
YES, NO
NO
1 This value is given in the customer order data
2 Units and range depend on the output function, length unit and volume unit selected
3 If the device has the LCD display option, this depends on data given in the customer order
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3. Service menu
Menu
No.
Function
Function description
3.0.0
SERVICE
Advanced settings. The settings in this
menu are protected with a password.
Only approved personnel can change
the parameters in this menu. For more
data, contact your local sales office.
Selection list
Default
Selection list
Default
4. Master menu
Menu
No.
Function
Function description
4.0.0
MASTER
Factory settings. The settings in this
menu are protected with a password.
Only approved personnel can change
the parameters in this menu. For more
data, contact your local sales office.
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6.4 Further information on device configuration
6.4.1 Quick Setup (Parameters)
Use this procedure to change the tank height, tank type, output function, output range and give
the top and bottom measuring limits. « xx » in the illustrations shows that you can change the
value or the parameter. Push the keypad buttons in the correct sequence:
Procedure
Screen
Steps
Description
•
[>], [] and [>].
Default screen.
Enter configuration mode (2.0.0
SUPERVISOR).
•
[>], [^], [], [], [>] and [^].
Enter the password (the default password
is shown). If it is necessary to change the
password, refer to Function description on
page 65, menu item 2.7.5 PASSWORD.
•
2 × [>]
Push this button to start the quick set-up
procedure.
•
•
•
[>] to change the tank height (H).
[>] to change the position of the cursor.
[] to decrease the value or [] to
increase the value.
[^] to confirm.
The distance from the flange face / thread
stop of the tank connection down to the
tank bottom. If the tank has a dish-shaped
or conical bottom, the tank height is
measured to a point on the tank bottom
directly below the antenna.
[] or [] for the selection of the
conditions in which the device is used
(Storage, Process, Agitator).
[^] to confirm.
If the surface of the product is flat, select
"Storage". If the surface of the product is
disturbed, select "Process". If the surface
of the product is agitated with vortexes and
foam, select "Agitator".
[] or [] for the selection of the
measurement name (Distance, Level,
Conversion, Ullage Conv. or Reflection).
[^] to confirm.
The manufacturer sets the output function
to “Level” before delivery.
If it is necessary to measure volume,
ullage volume, mass or ullage mass
(Conversion or Ullage Conv.), refer to How
to configure the device to measure volume
or mass on page 78.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[] or [] for the selection of the current
output range (4-20 mA/3.6E, 4-20, 3.820.5/3.6E, etc.).
[^] to confirm.
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Screen
Steps
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Description
[>] to change Scale 4 mA.
[>] to change the position of the cursor.
[] to decrease the value or [] to
increase the value.
[^] to confirm.
Use this step to give the 4 mA output
setting (0% limit) in the tank. Refer to the
illustrations that follow. Illustration 1 shows
the settings for level. Illustration 2 shows
the settings for distance.
[>] to change Scale 20 mA.
[>] to change the position of the cursor.
[] to decrease the value or [] to
increase the value.
[^] to confirm.
Use this step to give the 20 mA output
setting (100% limit) in the tank. Refer to the
illustrations that follow. Illustration 1 shows
the settings for level. Illustration 2 shows
the settings for distance.
[] or [] for the selection of the error
delay (0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 1 mn, 2 mn,
5 mn or 15 mn).
[^] to confirm.
The time after which the current output
changes to an error value. The error value
shows that there is a measurement error.
[>] to change the tag name.
[>] to change the position of the cursor.
[] to decrease the alphanumeric value
(A, B, ..., 1, 2, ...) or [] to increase the
alphanumeric value.
[^] to confirm.
The device has an identification code (tag
name). The supervisor can enter a
maximum of 8 numbers or letters.
2 × [^] to confirm.
[] or [] for the selection of the save
option (STORE NO or STORE YES).
[^] to confirm.
Set to STORE YES to save and use the
data. Set to STORE NO to cancel the
changes to the device settings.
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6.4.2 Test
Use this procedure to test the loop current. « xx » in the illustrations shows that you can change
the value or the parameter. Push the keypad buttons in the correct sequence:
Procedure
Screen
Step
Description
Default screen.
•
[>], [] and [>].
•
•
Enter the password: [>], [^], [], [], [>]
and [^].
[^]
•
[].
•
[>].
•
•
[>].
[] to decrease the value or [] to
increase the value.
[^] to confirm.
This step sets the loop current value. Make
a selection from 3.5, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,
18, 20 or 22 mA.
[^] 3 times to go back to the default
screen.
The loop current goes back to initial value.
Default screen.
•
•
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6.4.3 Protection of the device settings
The menu item PASSWORD (2.7.5) lets you change the supervisor menu password.
How to change the supervisor menu password
• After you enter the supervisor menu, push 6 × [], [>] and 4 × [] to go to the menu item
PASSWORD (2.7.5).
• Enter the new 6-character password (push the 4 buttons in any sequence).
• Enter the new 6-character password again.
i If the second entry is the same as the first, the device will go back to the sub-menu list
(2.7).If the second entry is not the same as the first, the device will not go back to the submenu list. Push [^] to start the password sequence again and enter the new 6-character
password 2 times.
• Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i The device will save the new password and go back to normal mode.
INFORMATION!
Make a note of the password and keep it in a safe place. If you lose the password, please contact
your supplier.
How to set the supervisor password to "on" or "off"
The supervisor password is set to "on" by default. If it is necessary to set this function to "off",
refer to Function description on page 65, Table 2: Supervisor menu, menu item PSWD YES/NO
(2.7.4).
6.4.4 HART® network configuration
INFORMATION!
For more data, refer to Networks on page 50.
The device uses HART® communication to send information to HART®-compatible equipment. It
can operate in either point-to-point or multidrop mode. The device will communicate in multidrop
mode if you change the address.
CAUTION!
Make sure that the address for this device is different from others in the multidrop network.
How to change from point-to-point to multidrop mode
• Enter the supervisor menu.
• Push [>], 5 × [] and [>] to go to menu item ADDRESS (2.6.1).
• Push [>] to change the value. Enter a value between 1 and and push [^] to confirm (refer to the
caution before this procedure).
• Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i The output is set to multidrop mode. The current output is set to 4 mA. This value does not
change in multidrop mode.
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How to change from multidrop to point-to-point mode
•
•
•
•
•
Enter the supervisor menu.
Push [>], 5 × [] and [>] to go to menu item ADDRESS (2.6.1).
Push [>] to change the value. Enter the value 0 and push [^] to confirm.
Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i The output is set to point-to-point mode. The current output changes to a range of 4...20 mA
or 3.8...20.5 mA (this range is set in menu item RANGE I (2.4.2)).
6.4.5 Distance measurement
The device displays distance measurements when the output function is set to
"Distance". Menu items related to distance measurement are:
•
•
•
Output Function (2.4.1)
Tank Height (2.3.1)
Blocking Distance (2.3.2)
CAUTION!
If the distance for 4 mA is set in the blocking distance, the device will not be able to use the full
current output range.
Figure 6-4: Distance measurement
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tank Height (2.3.1)
Blocking Distance (2.3.2)
4 mA Setting (2.4.3)
20 mA Setting (2.4.4)
Maximum effective measuring range
Non-measurement zone
For more data about the menu items, refer to Function description on page 65, table 2.
Supervisor menu.
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6.4.6 Level measurement
The device displays level measurements when the output function is set to "Level". Menu
items related to level measurement are:
•
•
•
Output Function (2.4.1)
Tank Height (2.3.1)
Blocking Distance (2.3.2)
CAUTION!
If the level for the 20 mA is set in the blocking distance, the device will not be able to use the full
current output range.
Figure 6-5: Level measurement
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tank Height (2.3.1)
Blocking Distance (2.3.2)
Maximum effective measuring range
20 mA Setting (2.4.4)
4 mA Setting (2.4.3)
Non-measurement zone
For more data about the menu items, refer to Function description on page 65, table 2:
Supervisor menu.
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6.4.7 How to configure the device to measure volume or mass
The device can be configured to measure volume or mass. You can set up a strapping table in the
conversion table (2.8.0 CONV. TAB) sub-menu. Each entry is a pair of data (level - volume, level mass or level - flow rate). The strapping table must have a minimum of 2 entries and a maximum
of 30. The reference point for the table is the bottom of the tank (as given in menu item 2.3.1
TANK HEIGHT).
CAUTION!
Enter the data in numerical sequence (strapping table entry number 01, 02, ...).
How to prepare a strapping table.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Enter the supervisor menu.
Push [>], 6 × [], [>] and [] to go to 2.7.2 LENGTH UNIT.
Push [] and [] to find the length unit that you will use in the table.
Push [^] to go to the sub-menu level.
Push [] to go to 2.7.3 CONV UNIT (conversion unit)
Push [] and [] to find the conversion unit that you will use in the table.
Push [^] to go to the sub-menu level and then [] and [>] to go to the menu item 2.8.1 INPUT
TAB
• Push [>] to make the strapping table. Enter the table entry number (01).
• Enter the length value and push [^].
• Enter the conversion value and push [^].
• Push [>] to enter the subsequent table entry number (02, 03, ..., 30).
• Repeat the last 3 steps to complete the table.
• Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
• Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i The device will store the data for the strapping table and go back to normal mode.
The device will give more accurate volume readings if you give more conversion data in these
areas:
•
•
Surfaces with curves.
Sudden changes in the cross section.
Refer also to the illustration that follows:
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Figure 6-6: A plot of points for a volume or mass table
1 Tank with reference points
2 Tank model with plotted points
How to delete a volume or mass table.
•
•
•
•
•
Enter the supervisor menu.
Push 7 × [], [>], and [] to go to 2.8.2 DELETE TABLE.
Push [>] and [] to set the parameter to YES.
Push [^] to go back to the "STORE" screen.
Push [] or [] to set the screen to STORE YES and push [^].
i The device will delete the data for the strapping table and go back to normal mode. The
"CONVERSION" and "ULLAGE CONV." data are not available in normal mode.
6.4.8 How to make a filter to remove radar signal interference
If the device measures level in a tank that contains obstructions (agitator, supports, heating pipes
etc.), these objects can cause radar signal interference (parasitic signals). You can use the empty
spectrum function (menu item 2.1.2) in the Commissioning menu to make a filter to remove radar
signal interference.
INFORMATION!
We recommend that you do an empty spectrum scan when the tank is empty and all the moving
parts (agitators etc.) are in operation..
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Figure 6-7: How to make a filter to remove radar signal interference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Empty tank before the device uses the empty spectrum scan (with a graph of reflections shown)
Partially filled tank before the device uses the empty spectrum scan (with a graph of reflections shown)
Partially filled tank after the device uses the empty spectrum scan (with a graph of reflections shown)
Agitator blades location
Tank bottom signal
Agitator blades signals (interference signals) before the device does the empty spectrum scan
Bad quality (mixed) signals of the liquid and the agitator blades before the device does the empty spectrum scan
Reflected signal if the device uses the data from the empty spectrum scan. The device only uses the reflection on the
surface of the liquid to measure distance.
• After you enter the supervisor menu, push 2 × [>] and [] to go to the menu item
EMP.SPEC.REC. (2.1.2).
• Do you have a completely filled tank? Select Yes or No and then push [^].
i If you select Yes, the device will not do the empty spectrum scan. Empty the tank and repeat
the procedure.
• Are all the moving parts switched on? Select Yes or No and then push [^].
• Is your tank partially filled or completely empty? Select Partially filled or Empty and then push
[^].
• Measured distance. If the tank is partially filled, enter the distance to the product surface 300 mm / 12¨. The device must include the tank contents when it filters the signal
• Do you want to use the average value or the maximum value? Select Average or Maximum
and then push [^].
i Use the maximum for tanks that have moving parts. Use the average value for tanks that do
not have moving parts. The device will do an empty spectrum scan and then show the
results on the signal screen.
• Make a selection from the available spectra to identify the correct level signal. Push [^].
• Do you want to save the spectrum? Select Yes or No and then push [^].
i If you select Yes, the device will use the empty spectrum scan results to make a filter to
remove radar signal interference.
INFORMATION!
For more data on empty spectrum scans, refer to Function description on page 65 - table 2:
Supervisor (menu item 2.1.2).
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6.5 Status and error messages
6.5.1 Device status (markers)
If the device senses a change in device status, the display screen will show 1 or more status
markers at the bottom right side of the display screen. The display screen will also show a symbol
that agrees with NAMUR Recommendation NE 107 (Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field
Devices) and VDI/VDE 2650. This is shown at the top left side of the display screen. More data is
given if you use PACTware™ software with the appropriate DTM on a PC. Error codes and data
are shown on the device display screen and in the DTM.
Menu item 2.2.2 DIAGNOSTIC (Configuration mode / Supervisor menu) supplies more data. This
includes internal voltages, the loop current and the reset counter (watchdog timer). You can see
this data on the device display screen and in the DTM.
Figure 6-8: Status markers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Device status (NAMUR NE 107 symbols)
Symbol: Failure
Symbol: Function check
Symbol: Out of specification
Symbol: Maintenance
Status marker line (marker 3 is shown)
When the status marker is on, a number is shown
Types of error message
NE 107
status
Type of
error
Description
Failure
Error
If an error message is shown in ERROR RECORD (menu item 1.3.1), the current output
goes to the error signal value set in menu item RANGE I (menu item 2.4.2) after the time
set in ERROR DELAY (menu item 2.4.5). For more data about menu items, refer to
Function description on page 65.
Out of
specification
Warning
If a warning message is shown, there is no effect on the current output value.
Maintenance
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NE 107
symbol
shown
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NE 107
Status
Failure
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Description
The device does not
operate correctly. The fault
message stays on. The
user cannot remove the
"Failure" message from the
Normal mode screen.
Status Error code (Type)
marker
shown
Possible errors
1
ERR 101 (Error)
Current Output Drift
3
ERR 102 (Error)
Temperature Out of Range
1
ERR 103 (Error)
Converter EEPROM
1
ERR 103 (Error)
Converter RAM
1
ERR 103 (Error)
Converter ROM
1
ERR 104 (Error)
Converter Voltage
1
ERR 200 (Error)
Internal Communication
2, 4
ERR 201 (Error)
Overfill
2, 4
ERR 203 (Error)
Peak Lost (Level Lost)
3
ERR 204 (Error)
Sensor no Signal
1
ERR 206 (Error)
Sensor Microwave
1
ERR 207 (Error)
Sensor EEPROM
1
ERR 207 (Error)
Sensor RAM
1
ERR 207 (Error)
Sensor ROM
1
ERR 208 (Error)
Sensor Voltage
1
ERR 210 (Error)
Sensor Not compatible
Function
check
The device operates
correctly, but the measured
value is incorrect. This fault
message is only
temporary. This symbol is
shown when the user
configures the device with
the DTM or a HART®
Communicator.
-
-
-
Out of
specification
It is possible that the
measured value is
unstable if the operating
conditions do not agree
with the device
specification.
4
(Warning)
Peak Lost
4
(Warning)
Overfill
3
(Warning)
Temperature out of range
The device does not
operate correctly because
of bad environmental
conditions (e.g. build-up on
the antenna). The
measured value is correct,
but maintenance is
neccessary a short time
after this symbol is shown.
5
(Warning)
Empty Spectrum Invalid
4
(Warning)
Signal Weak
4
(Warning)
Signal Strong
4
(Warning)
Bad Measurement Quality
3
(Warning)
Temperature <-35°C / -31°F
3
(Warning)
Temperature >+75°C / +167°F
Maintenance
If an "Out of specification" or a "Maintenance" status symbol is shown, refer to menu item 2.2.2
DIAGNOSTIC (Configuration mode / Supervisor menu) for more data.
For data on errors, error records and error codes, refer to Error handling on page 83.
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6.5.2 Error handling
Figure 6-9: Error record data
1 Error code for the error
2 Number of times the error occurred
3 Time since the last error record (2 days, 18 hours, 16 minutes and 43 seconds shown in this example)
How to find an error record
• Push [>] to enter configuration mode from normal mode.
• Push [>], 2 × [] and [>] to go to menu item 1.3.1 ERROR RECORD.
• Push 2 × [>] to look at the error list. Push [] or [] for the selection of an error.
i The error record gives the number of times the error occurred and the time since the last
error message.
INFORMATION!
The time since the error occurred is measured in Days (D), Hours (H), Minutes(') and Seconds
("). It only includes the time when the device is energized. The error is saved in the memory of
the device when it is de-energized. The counter continues when the device is energized again.
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Description of errors and corrective actions
Error
code
Error Message
Status
marker
shown
Cause
Corrective action
Failure (NE 107 status signal)
ERR 100
Device reset
1
The device detected an
internal error (watchdog timer
issue).
Record the data that is in menu
item 2.2.2 DIAGNOSTIC
(Configuration mode /
Supervisor menu). Speak to
the supplier.
ERR 101
Current Output Drift
1
The current output is not
calibrated.
Speak to the supplier to get the
calibration procedure.
1
Hardware error.
Replace the device.
ERR 102
Temperature out of range
1
The ambient temperature is
outside the given range. This
can cause loss or corruption of
data.
Measure the ambient
temperature. De-energize the
device until the ambient
temperature is back in the
given range. If the temperature
does not stay in the correct
range, make sure that there is
insulation around the signal
converter. If this error occurs 2
times, replace the device.
ERR 103
Converter memory failure
1
The device's hardware is
defective.
Replace the signal converter.
For more data, refer to How to
turn or remove the signal
converter on page 35.
ERR 104
Converter Voltage failure
1
The device's hardware is
defective.
Replace the signal converter.
For more data, refer to How to
turn or remove the signal
converter on page 35.
ERR 200
Internal Communication
1
The device's hardware or
software is defective. The
converter cannot transmit
signals to or receive signals
from the antenna electronics.
De-energize the device. Make
sure that the signal cable
engages in the terminal and
the screw connection is tight.
Energize the device. If the
problem continues, replace the
signal converter. For more
data, refer to How to turn or
remove the signal converter on
page 35.
ERR 201
Overfill
2
The level is in the blocking
distance. There is a risk that
the product will overflow and/or
cover the antenna.
Use a different procedure to
measure the level in the tank.
Remove some of the product
until the level is below the
blocking distance.
If a viscous product touched
the antenna:
• remove the device and clean
the antenna, or
• If the device has a purging
option, use the purging
system to clean the antenna.
ERR 203
Peak Lost (Level Lost)
2
The signal peak is not found
within the measuring window
that filters the signals received
by the antenna. The
measurement is not correct.
The device will automatically
increase this window to find the
correct signal.
Do a check of the device, tank
and the process. Reconfigure
the device and record a new
empty spectrum. Follow the
instructions on page 79. If
necessary, speak to the
supplier.
ERR 204
Sensor no Signal
3
The device's hardware is
defective.
Replace the signal
converter.For more data, refer
to How to turn or remove the
signal converter on page 35.
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code
Error Message
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Status
marker
shown
Cause
85
Corrective action
ERR 206
Sensor Microwave failure
1
The device's hardware is
defective.
Replace the signal
converter.For more data, refer
to How to turn or remove the
signal converter on page 35.
ERR 207
Sensor Memory failure
1
The device's hardware is
defective.
Replace the signal
converter.For more data, refer
to How to turn or remove the
signal converter on page 35.
ERR 208
Sensor Voltage failure
3
The device's hardware is
defective.
Do a check of the power supply
at the device terminals. Make
sure that voltage values are in
the specified limits in menu
item 2.2.2 DIAGNOSTIC
(Configuration mode /
Supervisor menu). If the
voltage is correct, replace the
signal converter. For more data
on how to replace the signal
converter, refer to How to turn
or remove the signal converter
on page 35.
ERR 210
Sensor Not compatible
1
The software version of the
sensor is not compatible with
the software version of the
signal converter.
1
Defective wiring.
Go to menu 1.1.0 IDENT. in
Configuration mode. Record
the version numbers of the
device software given in menu
items 1.1.2, 1.1.3 and 1.1.4.
Give this data to the supplier.
Out of specification (NE 107 status signal)
ERR 102
Temperature Out of Range
1
The ambient temperature is
outside the given range. This
can cause loss or corruption of
data.
Measure the ambient
temperature. De-energize the
device until the ambient
temperature is back in the
given range. If the temperature
does not stay in the correct
range, make sure that there is
insulation around the signal
converter. If this error occurs 2
times, replace the device.
ERR 201
Overfill
2
The level is in the blocking
distance. There is a risk that
the product will overflow and/or
cover the device.
Remove some of the product
until the level is below the
blocking distance.
ERR 203
Peak Lost
2
The signal peak is not found
within the measuring window
that filters the signals received
by the antenna. The
measurement is not correct.
The device will automatically
increase this window to find the
correct signal.
Do a check of the device, tank
and the process and make
sure that the data agrees with
the device configuration. If
necessary, record a new empty
spectrum. Follow the
instructions on page 79. If
necessary, speak to the
supplier.
5
The empty spectrum stored in
the device does not agree with
the installation. If you change
the device configuration (tank
height etc.), this message will
be shown. The recorded empty
spectrum will not be used by
the device while this error
message is shown. 1
Record a new empty spectrum.
Follow the instructions on page
79.
Maintenance (NE 107 status signal)
-
Empty Spectrum Invalid
86
Error
code
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Error Message
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Status
marker
shown
Cause
Corrective action
_
Signal Weak
4
The signal amplitude is less
than the average value. This
can occur if the liquid is
agitated or if there is foam in
the tank. If this error occurs
frequently, the device will
possibly show the "Peak Lost
(Level Lost)" error message. 1
If this error occurs frequently, it
is possible that you must install
the device in a stilling well or
use a different antenna type.
_
Signal Strong
4
This error can occur if there is
a large change in signal
amplitude. 1
No corrective action is
necessary.
_
Bad Measurement Quality
4
The measurement is incorrect
and continues to be incorrect
after more than 10 s. This error
can occur if the tank contents
are immediately below the
antenna. 1
Record the process with the
PACTware™ software tool to
find the cause of the problem.
If necessary, speak to the
supplier.
_
Temperature <-35°C / -31°F
3
The process connection or the
ambient temperaure is less
than -35°C / -31°F. This
temperature is near to the
minimum limit for device
operation. 1
Measure the ambient
temperature. De-energize the
device until the ambient
temperature is back in the
given range. If the temperature
does not stay in the correct
range, make sure that there is
insulation around the signal
converter.
_
Temperature >+75°C / +167°F
3
The ambient temperaure is
more than +75°C / +167°F.
This temperature is near to the
maximum limit for device
operation. 1
Measure the ambient
temperature. De-energize the
device until the ambient
temperature is back in the
given range. If the temperature
does not stay in the correct
range, make sure that there is
insulation around the signal
converter.
1 This error message does not have an effect on the current output signal
INFORMATION!
In 4.0.0 MASTER menu, the type of error shown for error codes 102, 201 and 203 can be
changed from "Error" to "Warning" (the NE 107 status signal changes from "Failure" to "Out of
specification"). For more data, speak to the supplier.
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7 Service
7.1 Periodic maintenance
No maintenance is necessary. If it is possible that there will be build-up on the antenna, clean the
antenna regularly. If your device has the purge option, refer to How to clean horn antennas under
process conditions on page 87.
WARNING!
Do not use bleach to clean the signal converter.
7.2 How to clean horn antennas under process conditions
If it is possible that there will be build-up, a purging option is available for DN150 / 6¨ and DN200 /
8¨ Metallic Horn antennas. Purge the antenna at intervals to make sure that the inner surface of
the antenna stays clean and the device measures accurately. For more data about dimensions,
refer to Dimensions and weights on page 108 (Purging and heating/cooling system options).
Purging system
Figure 7-1: Purging system
1
2
3
4
5
6
Purging system
Flange connection
Metallic Horn antenna
G ¼ plug for the purging system
Seal
Warning label - see the illustration that follows
Warning label
Figure 7-2: Warning label (on the top face of the flange connection)
1 Text: Attention! Purge connection. Do not open during operation.
WARNING!
Purge the antenna with a dry gas or liquid that is applicable to the process. For more data, refer
to the table that follows:
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How to use the purge
Process conditions
How to use the purge
The device is colder than other
elements in the process. It is
possible that there will be
condensation in the antenna.
Continuous use. Use low-pressure gas to remove condensation from
the antenna.
There is a risk of build-up in the
antenna
Purge at intervals. Use compressed air, nitrogen or another gas that
is applicable to the process up to 6 bar / 87 psi.
There is a build-up or risk of
build-up in the antenna
Purge at intervals. Use a liquid (hot water, solvent or another liquid
that is applicable to the process) to melt the liquid that has
crystallized on the antenna.
7.3 Heating or cooling horn antennas under process conditions
A heating / cooling system option is available for DN150 / 6¨ and DN200 / 8¨ Metallic Horn
antennas. The outer surface of the antenna is sealed in a metal heating / cooling jacket.There is
an inlet and an outlet for the heating / cooling jacket on the top of the flange. For more data about
dimensions, refer to Dimensions and weights on page 108 (Purging and heating/cooling system
options).
WARNING!
Make sure the the pressure in the heating / cooling system is not more than 6 bar / 87 psi.
Make sure that the flange temperature is not more than the maximum limit. For more data, refer
to Technical data on page 93.
It is also possible to use a purging system with the heating / cooling system. For more data, refer
to How to clean horn antennas under process conditions on page 87.
7.4 How to replace device components
7.4.1 Service warranty
WARNING!
Only approved personnel can do an inspection of the device and repairs. If you find a problem,
send the device back to the supplier for inspection and/or repairs.
INFORMATION!
The converter housing (compact or remote version) can be detached from the process
connection assembly under process conditions. For more data, refer to How to turn or remove
the signal converter on page 35.
Servicing by the customer is limited by warranty to:
•
•
•
The removal and installation of the device.
Compact version: The removal and installation of the signal converter (with the weather
protection, if this option is attached). For more data, refer to How to turn or remove the signal
converter on page 35.
Remote (field) version: The removal and installation of the remote converter and/or the
antenna housing. For more data, refer to How to turn or remove the signal converter on page
35.
For more data on how to prepare the device before you send it back, refer to Returning the device
to the manufacturer on page 89.
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7.5 Spare parts availability
The manufacturer adheres to the basic principle that functionally adequate spare parts for each
device or each important accessory part will be kept available for a period of 3 years after delivery
of the last production run for the device.
This regulation only applies to spare parts which are subject to wear and tear under normal
operating conditions.
7.6 Availability of services
The manufacturer offers a range of services to support the customer after expiration of the
warranty. These include repair, maintenance, technical support and training.
INFORMATION!
For more precise information, please contact your local sales office.
7.7 Returning the device to the manufacturer
7.7.1 General information
This device has been carefully manufactured and tested. If installed and operated in accordance
with these operating instructions, it will rarely present any problems.
CAUTION!
Should you nevertheless need to return a device for inspection or repair, please pay strict
attention to the following points:
• Due to statutory regulations on environmental protection and safeguarding the health and
safety of our personnel, manufacturer may only handle, test and repair returned devices that
have been in contact with products without risk to personnel and environment.
• This means that the manufacturer can only service this device if it is accompanied by the
following certificate (see next section) confirming that the device is safe to handle.
CAUTION!
If the device has been operated with toxic, caustic, flammable or water-endangering products,
you are kindly requested:
• to check and ensure, if necessary by rinsing or neutralising, that all cavities are free from such
dangerous substances,
• to enclose a certificate with the device confirming that is safe to handle and stating the
product used.
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7.7.2 Form (for copying) to accompany a returned device
Company:
Address:
Department:
Name:
Tel. no.:
Fax no.:
Manufacturer's order no. or serial no.:
The device has been operated with the following medium:
This medium is:
water-hazardous
toxic
caustic
flammable
We checked that all cavities in the device are free from such
substances.
We have flushed out and neutralized all cavities in the
device.
We hereby confirm that there is no risk to persons or the environment through any residual media
contained in the device when it is returned.
Date:
Signature:
Stamp:
7.8 Disposal
CAUTION!
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with legislation applicable in your country.
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8 Technical data
8.1 Measuring principle
A radar signal is emitted via an antenna, reflected from the product surface and received after a
time t. The radar principle used is FMCW (Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave).
The FMCW-radar transmits a high frequency signal whose frequency increases linearly during
the measurement phase (called the frequency sweep). The signal is emitted, reflected on the
measuring surface and received with a time delay, t. Delay time, t=2d/c, where d is the distance to
the product surface and c is the speed of light in the gas above the product.
For further signal processing the difference Δf is calculated from the actual transmitted frequency
and the received frequency. The difference is directly proportional to the distance. A large
frequency difference corresponds to a large distance and vice versa. The frequency difference Δf
is transformed via a Fourier transformation (FFT) into a frequency spectrum and then the distance
is calculated from the spectrum. The level results from the difference between tank height and
measuring distance.
Figure 8-1: Measuring principle of FMCW radar
1 Transmitter
2 Mixer
3 Antenna
4 Distance to product surface, where change in frequency is proportional to distance
5 Differential time delay, Δt
6 Differential frequency, Δf
7 Frequency transmitted
8 Frequency received
9 Frequency
10 Time
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Measurement modes
"Direct" mode
If the dielectric constant of the liquid is high (εr ≥1.8), the level signal is a reflection on the surface
of the liquid.
"TBF Partial" mode
If the dielectric constant of the liquid is low (εr ≥1.8, for long distance measurement), you must use
"TBF Partial" mode to measure level correctly. TBF Partial" is an automatic mode that lets the
device make a selection between "Direct mode and "TBF" mode. If the device finds a large radar
reflection above the "tank bottom area" (the bottom 20% of the tank height), the device will use
"Direct" mode. If the device finds a large radar reflection in the "tank bottom area", the device
uses TBF mode. This mode can be used only in tanks with flat bottoms.
"Full TBF" mode
TBF = Tank Bottom Following. If the dielectric constant of the liquid is very low (εr <1.8), you must
use "Full TBF" mode to measure level correctly. The device uses the radar reflection on the
bottom of the tank (the signal goes through the liquid). This mode can be used only in tanks with
flat bottoms.
CAUTION!
"FULL TBF" AND "TBF PARTIAL" MODES
It is important to enter the correct dielectric constant value in menu item 2.5.3 Er Product. If not,
the device will not measure level accurately.
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8.2 Technical data
INFORMATION!
• The following data is provided for general applications. If you require data that is more
relevant to your specific application, please contact us or your local sales office.
• Additional information (certificates, special tools, software,...) and complete product
documentation can be downloaded free of charge from the website.
Measuring system
Measuring principle
2-wire loop-powered level transmitter; X-band (10 GHz) FMCW radar
Application range
Level measurement of liquids, pastes and slurries
Primary measured value
Distance and reflection
Secondary measured value
Level, volume, mass and flow rate
Design
Construction
The measurement system consists of a measuring sensor (antenna) and a signal
converter
Options
Integrated LCD display (-20..+60°C / -4…+140°F); if the ambient temperature is not
in these limits, the display switches off automatically
High-temperature (HT) extension (if the process connection temperature is more
than +150°C / +302°F - Metallic Horn antenna only)
Straight antenna extensions
Max. extension length, PTFE Wave Horn antenna: 300 mm / 11.8¨;
Max. extension length, Metallic Horn antenna: 1000 mm / 39.4¨
"S" antenna extension
- only for DN150/6¨ and DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna options
"L" (right angle) antenna extension
- only for DN150/6¨ and DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna options
Antenna purging system
- only for DN150/6¨ and DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna options
Heating / cooling system (with or without the antenna purging system)
- only for DN150/6¨ and DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna options
Signal cable for remote housing version (refer to cable properties in "Electrical
connection: Remote device version")
Weather protection - for the compact version or the antenna housing (remote
version). It cannot be ordered after delivery of the device.
Max. measuring range
PTFE and PP Wave Horn antennas:
20 m / 65.6 ft
DN80 / DN100 Metallic Horn antennas (installation only in stilling wells):
10 m / 32.8 ft
DN150 / DN200 Metallic Horn antennas:
30 m / 98.4 ft
Wave Guide antenna:
6 m / 32.8 ft
Also depends on the dielectric constant of the product and the installation type.
Refer also to "Antenna selection".
Min. tank height
1 m / 3.3 ft
Top dead zone
Minimum value: Antenna length + antennna extension length + 100 mm / 3.9¨
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Beam angle (½ angle) of antenna PP Wave Horn: 10°
PTFE Wave Horn: 10°
Metallic Horn DN80 / 3¨: 16° - used only in stilling wells
Metallic Horn DN100 / 4¨: 12° - used only in stilling wells
Metallic Horn DN150 / 6¨: 8°
Metallic Horn DN200 / 8¨: 6°
Wave Guide / stilling well: n/a - the radar signal is inside the tube.
Display and user interface
Display
LCD display
128 × 64 pixels in 8-step greyscale with 4-button keypad
Interface languages
3 language pack options (the language is given in the customer order):
1 English, French German and Italian
2 English, French,Spanish and Portuguese
3 English, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Russian
Measuring accuracy
Resolution
1 mm / 0.04¨
Repeatability
±1 mm / ±0.04¨
Accuracy
Standard: ±10 mm / ±0.4¨, when distance < 10 m / 33 ft;
±0.1% of measured distance, when distance > 10 m / 33 ft
Option: ±5 mm / ±0.2¨, when distance < 10 m / 33 ft;
±0.05% of measured distance, when distance > 10 m / 33 ft
Reference conditions acc. to EN 61298-1
Temperature
+15...+25°C / +59...+77°F
Pressure
1013 mbara ±50 mbar / 14.69 psia ±0.73 psi
Relative air humidity
60% ±15%
Target
Metal plate in an anechoic chamber
Operating conditions
Temperature
Ambient temperature
-40…+80°C / -40…+176°F
Ex: see supplementary operating instructions or approval certificates
Storage temperature
-50…+85°C / -58…+185°F
Process connection temperature
(higher temperature on request)
PP Wave Horn antenna:
-20...+100°C / -4...+212°F
PTFE Wave Horn antenna:
-50...+150°C / -58...+302°F
Metallic Horn antenna / Wave Guide antenna:
Standard: FKM/FPM (-40…+150°C (+200°C with an HT extension) / -40…+302°F
(+392°F with an HT extension));
Options: Kalrez® 6375 (-20…+150°C (+250°C with an HT extension) / -4…+302°F
(+482°F with an HT extension)); PFA (-60°C…+130°C / -76…+266°F);
EPDM (-50...+130°C / -58...+266°F)The process connection temperature must
agree with the temperature limits of the gasket material.
Ex: see supplementary operating instructions or approval certificates 1
Pressure
Process pressure
PP Wave Horn antenna:
-1…16 barg / -14.5…232 psig.
For more data, refer to Pressure ratings on page 101.
PTFE Wave Horn antenna:
-1…40 barg / -14.5…580 psig.
For more data, refer to Pressure ratings on page 101.
Metallic Horn antenna / Wave Guide antenna:
Standard: -1…40 barg / -14.5…580 psig;
subject to the process connection used and the flange temperature. Higher
pressure on request.
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Purging system (option)
Max. 6 barg / 87 psig (higher pressure on request)
Heating / cooling system (option)
Max. 6 barg / 87 psig (higher pressure on request)
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Other conditions
Dielectric constant (εr)
Direct mode: ≥1.8
TBF mode: ≥1.1
Refer also to "Technical data: Antenna selection".
Ingress protection
IEC 60529: IP 66/67
NEMA 250: NEMA type 4X (housing) and type 6P (antenna)
Maximum rate of change
10 m/min / 32.8 ft/min
Installation conditions
Process connection size
The nominal diameter (DN) should be equal to or larger than the antenna diameter.
Process connection position
Make sure that there are not any obstructions directly below the process connection
for the device. For more data, refer to Installation on page 18.
Dimensions and weights
For dimensions and weights data, refer to Dimensions and weights on page 108.
Materials
Housing
Standard: Polyester-coated aluminium
Option: Stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L)
Antenna options / Wetted
materials
PTFE Wave Horn antenna with a PTFE flange cladding
PP Wave Horn antenna with a PP jacket/threaded process connection
Stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L) Metallic Horn antenna with a PTFE process seal and
an FKM/FPM, EPDM, Kalrez® 6375 or PFA O-ring gasket
Stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L) Wave Guide antennas with a PTFE process seal and
an FKM/FPM, EPDM, Kalrez® 6375 or PFA O-ring gasket
Feedthrough
PP Wave Horn antenna: this is a single-piece antenna (the feedthrough is filled with
PP)
PTFE Wave Horn antenna: this is a single-piece antenna (the feedthrough is filled
with PTFE)
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas: Dual process seal system - 1st seal:
PTFE with O-ring gasket , 2nd seal: Metaglas® with O-ring gasket 2
Cable gland
Standard: none
Options: Plastic (Non-Ex: black, Ex i-approved: blue); nickel-plated brass; stainless
steel
Weather protection (Option)
Stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L)
Process connections
Thread
PP Wave Horn antenna: G 1½; 1½ NPT
Flange version
EN
PTFE Wave Horn antenna: DN50…150 in PN16, PN40
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas: DN80…200 in PN16, PN40; others on
request
ASME
PTFE Wave Horn antenna: 2¨…6¨ in 150 lb / 300 lb
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas: 3¨…8¨ in 150 lb / 300 lb; others on request
JIS
PTFE Wave Horn antenna: 50...150A in 10K
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas: 80…200A in 10K; others on request
Other
Others on request
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Electrical connections
Power supply
Terminals output - Non-Ex / Ex i:
12…30 VDC; min./max. value for an output of 22 mA at the terminal
Terminals output - Ex d:
16…36 VDC; min./max. value for an output of 22 mA at the terminal
Maximum current
22 mA
Current output load
Non-Ex / Ex i: RL [Ω] ≤ ((Uext -12 V)/22 mA). For more data, refer to Minimum
power supply voltage on page 100.
Ex d: RL [Ω] ≤ ((Uext -16 V)/22 mA). For more data, refer to Minimum power supply
voltage on page 100.
Cable entry
Standard: M20×1.5; Option: ½ NPT
Cable gland
Standard: none
Options: M20×1.5 (cable diameter: 6...10 mm / 0.2...0.39¨); others are available on
request
Cable entry capacity (terminal)
0.5…2.5 mm²
Input and output
Current output / HART®
Output signal
4…20 mA HART® or 3.8…20.5 mA acc. to NAMUR NE 43 3
Resolution
±3 µA
Temperature drift
Typically 50 ppm/K
Digital temperature drift
Max. ±15 mm / 0.6¨ for the full temperature range
Error signal
High: 22 mA; Low: 3.6 mA acc. to NAMUR NE 43 4
PROFIBUS PA
Type
PROFIBUS MDP interface that agrees with IEC 61158-2 with 31.25 kbit/s; voltage
mode (MDP = Manchester Coded Bus Powered)
Function blocks
1 × Physical Block, 1 × Level Transducer Block, 4 × Analog Input Function Blocks
Device power supply
9...32 VDC - bus powered; no additional power supply required
Polarity sensitivity
No
Basic current
15 mA
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
Physical layer
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus protocol that agrees with IEC 61158-2 and FISCO model
Communication standard
H1
ITK version
6.1
Function blocks
1 × Resource Block (RB), 3 × Transducer Blocks (TB), 3 × Analog Input Blocks (AI),
1 x Proportional Integral Derivative Block (PID)
Analog Input Block: 30 ms
Proportional Integral Derivative Block: 40 ms
Device power supply
Not intrinsically safe: 9...32 VDC
Intrinsically safe: 9...24 VDC
Basic current
14 mA
Maximum error current
20.5 mA (= basic current + error current = 14 mA + 6.5 mA)
Polarity sensitivity
No
Minimum cycle time
250 ms
Output data
Level, distance, ullage conversion, level conversion
Input data
None
Error current FDE
Typically 0 mA (FDE =Fault Disconnection Electronic)
Link Master function
Supported
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Approvals and certification
CE
This device fulfils the statutory requirements of the EC directives. The manufacturer
certifies successful testing of the product by applying the CE mark.
Vibration resistance
EN 60068-2-64
Metallic Horn (without antenna extension options): 5 Hz to 100 Hz: 4g
Metallic Horn, PTFE or PP Wave Horn: 3.5 mm up to 8 Hz and 10 m/s²: 1g, 8.5 to
2000 Hz
Explosion protection
ATEX (Ex ia or Ex d)
DEKRA xxATEXxxxx X
Compact version
II 1/2 G, 2 G Ex ia IIC T6...T2 Ga/Gb or Ex ia IIC T6...T2 Gb;
II 1/2 D, 2 D Ex ia IIIC T90°C Da/Db or Ex ia IIIC T90°C Db IP6X;
II 1/2 G, 2 G Ex d ia IIC T6...T2 Ga/Gb or Ex d ia IIC T6...T2 Gb;
II 1/2 D, 2 D Ex ia tb IIIC T90°C Da/Db or Ex ia tb IIIC T90°C Db IP6X
Remote version, transmitter
II 2 G Ex ia [ia Ga] IIC T6...T4 Gb;
II 2 D Ex ia [ia Da] IIIC T90°C Db;
II 2 G Ex d ia [ia Ga] IIC T6...T4 Gb;
II 2 D Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T90°C Db
Remote version, sensor
II 1/2 G Ex ia IIC T6...T2 Ga/Gb
II 1/2 D Ex ia IIIC T90°C Da/Db
II 1/2 G Ex ia IIC T6...T2 Gb
II 1/2 D Ex ia IIIC T90°C Db
ATEX (Ex ic)
DEKRA xxATEXxxxx X
Compact version
II 3 G Ex ic IIC T6...T2 Gc;
II 3 D Ex ic IIIC T90°C Dc
Remote version, transmitter
II 3 G Ex ic [ic] IIC T6...T4 Gc;
II 3 D Ex ic [ic] IIIC T90°C Dc
Remote version, sensor
II 3 G Ex ic IIC T6...T2 Gc;
II 3 D Ex ic IIIC T90°C Dc
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Ex ia IIC T6…T2 Ga/Gb or Ex ia IIC T6…T2 Gb or Ex ic IIC T6…T2 Gc;
Ex ia IIIC T90°C Da/Db or Ex ia IIIC T90°C Db or Ex ic IIIC T90°C Dc;
Ex d ia IIC T6...T2 or Ex d ia IIIC T6...T2 Gb;
Ex ia tb IIIC T90°C Da/Db or Ex ia tb IIIC T90°C Db
Remote version, transmitter
Ex ia [ia Ga] IIC T6…T4 Gb or Ex ic IIC T6…T4 Gc;
Ex ia [ia Da] IIIC T90°C Db or Ex ic [ic] IIIC T90°C Dc;
Ex d ia [ia Ga] IIC T6...T4 Gb;
Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T90°C Db
Remote version, sensor
Ex ia IIC T6…T2 Ga/Gb or Ex ia IIC T6…T2 Gb or Ex ic IIC T6…T2 Gc;
Ex ia IIIC T90°C Da/Db or Ex ia IIIC T90°C Db or Ex ic IIIC T90°C Dc
cFMus - Dual Seal-approved
- for 4...20 mA HART output
(pending for fieldbus options)
NEC 500 (Division ratings)
XP-AIS / Cl. I / Div. 1 / Gr. ABCD / T6-T1;
DIP / Cl. II, III / Div. 1 / Gr. EFG / T6-T1;
IS / Cl. I, II, III / Div. 1 / Gr. ABCDEFG / T6-T1;
NI / Cl. I / Div. 2 / Gr. ABCD / T6-T1
NEC 505 (Zone ratings)
Cl. I / Zone 0 / AEx d [ia] / IIC / T6-T1;
Cl. I / Zone 0 / AEx ia / IIC / T6-T1;
Cl. I / Zone 2 / AEx nA / IIC / T6-T1;
Zone 20 / AEx ia / IIIC / T90°C
Zone 20 / AEx tb [ia] / IIIC / T90°C
Hazardous (Classified) Locations, indoor/outdoor Type 4X and 6P, IP66, Dual Seal
CEC Section 18 (Zone ratings)
Cl. I, Zone 0, Ex d [ia], IIC, T6-T1;
Cl. I, Zone 0, Ex ia, IIC, T6-T1;
Cl. I, Zone 2, Ex nA, IIC, T6-T1
CEC Section 18 and Annex J (Division ratings)
XP-AIS / Cl. I / Div. 1 / Gr. BCD / T6-T1
DIP / Cl. II, III / Div. 1 / Gr. EFG / T6-T1
IS / Cl. I / Div. 1 / Gr. BCD / T6-T1
NI / Cl. I / Div. 2 / Gr. ABCD / T6-T1
NEPSI
Ex ia IIC T2~T6 Gb or Ex ia IIC T2~T6 Ga/Gb DIP A20/A21 TA T90°C IP6X
Ex d ia IIC T2~T6 Gb or Ex d ia IIC T2~T6 Ga/Gb DIP A20/A21 TA T90°C IP6X
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Other standards and approvals
SIL
Compact version only: SIL 2 - according to EN 61508 and for high/low demand
mode operation
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC in conjunction with EN 613261 (2006)
SIL 2-approved devices agree with EN 61326-3-1 (2008) and EN 61326-3-2 (2008)
Radio approvals
R & TTE
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EC in conjunction with ESTI EN 302 372 (2006)
FCC Rules
Part 15
Industry Canada
RSS-210
LVD
Low-Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC in conjunction with EN 61010-1 (2001)
NAMUR
NAMUR NE 21 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of Industrial Process and
Laboratory Control Equipment
NAMUR NE 43 Standardization of the Signal Level for the Failure Information of
Digital Transmitters
NAMUR NE 53 Software and Hardware of Field Devices and Signal Processing
Devices with Digital Electronics
NAMUR NE 107 Self-Monitoring and Diagnosis of Field Devices
CRN
This certification is applicable for all Canadian provinces and territories. For more
data, refer to the website.
Construction code
Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas: NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156; NACE
MR0103
1 If the process connection temperature is more than 150°C / 302°F and the device has Kalrez® 6375 or FKM/FPM gaskets, the device
will also have an high temperature extension between the converter and the process connection. Kalrez® is a registered trademark of
DuPont Performance Elastomers L.L.C.The process connection temperature must agree with the temperature limits of the gasket material.
2 Metaglas® is a registered trademark of Herberts Industrieglas, GMBH & Co., KG
3 HART® is a registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation
4 Only the 3.6 mA error signal is applicable to SIL-approved devices
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8.3 Minimum power supply voltage
Use these graphs to find the minimum power supply voltage for a given current output load.
Non-Ex and Hazardous Location approved (Ex i / IS) devices
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
Figure 8-2: Minimum power supply voltage for an output of 22 mA at the terminal (Non-Ex and Hazardous Location
approval (Ex i / IS))
X: Power supply U [VDC]
Y: Current output load RL [Ω]
Hazardous Location (Ex d / XP/NI) approved devices
Figure 8-3: Minimum power supply voltage for an output of 22 mA at the terminal (Hazardous Location approval (Ex d /
XP/NI))
X: Power supply U [VDC]
Y: Current output load RL [Ω]
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8.4 Pressure ratings
WARNING!
Make sure that the devices are used within their operating limits.
EN flanges: Metallic Horn, Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
Figure 8-4: Pressure / temperature rating (EN 1092-1), flange connections, in °C and barg
-80 -60 -40-20 0
50
100 122 150 167 200212
257
300
400
Figure 8-5: Pressure / temperature rating (EN 1092-1), flange connections, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Flange connection, PN16: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, PN40: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, PN40: Metallic Horn, Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
Flange connection, PN16: Metallic Horn, Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
480 500
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ISO threaded connections: PP Wave Horn antenna
Figure 8-6: Pressure / temperature rating (ISO 228), threaded connection, in °C and barg
Figure 8-7: Pressure / temperature rating (ISO 228-1), threaded connection, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Threaded connection, G (ISO 228-1): PP Wave Horn antenna
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ASME flanges: Metallic Horn, Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
Figure 8-8: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B16.5), flange and threaded connections, in °C and barg
Figure 8-9: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B16.5), flange and threaded connections, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Flange connection, Class 150: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, Class 300: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, Class 300: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
Flange connection, Class 150: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
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INFORMATION!
CRN CERTIFICATION
There is a CRN certification option for devices with process connections that agree with ASME
standards. This certification is necessary for all devices that are installed on a pressure vessel
and used in Canada.
ASME flanges for CRN-approved devices: Metallic Horn, Wave Guide and PTFE Wave
Horn antennas
Figure 8-10: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B16.5), flange and threaded connections, in °C and barg
Figure 8-11: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B16.5), flange and threaded connections, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Flange connection, Class 150: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, Class 300: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
Flange connection, Class 300: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
Flange connection, Class 150: Metallic Horn and Wave Guide and PTFE Wave Horn antennas
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ASME threaded connections: PP Wave Horn antenna
Figure 8-12: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B1.20.1), threaded connection, in °C and barg
Figure 8-13: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B1.20.1), threaded connection, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Threaded connection, NPT (ASME B1.20.1): PP Wave Horn antenna
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INFORMATION!
CRN CERTIFICATION
There is a CRN certification option for devices with process connections that agree with ASME
standards. This certification is necessary for all devices that are installed on a pressure vessel
and used in Canada.
ASME threaded connections for CRN-approved devices: PP Wave Horn antenna
Figure 8-14: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B1.20.1), threaded connection, in °C and barg
Figure 8-15: Pressure / temperature rating (ASME B1.20.1), threaded connection, in °F and psig
1
2
3
4
5
p [barg]
T [°C]
p [psig]
T [°F]
Threaded connection, NPT (ASME B1.20.1): PP Wave Horn antenna
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8.5 Antenna selection
The graphs below show which antenna to select for the application based on:
•
•
D, the measuring range,
εr, is the dielectric constant of the product being measured
Figure 8-16: Selection of antenna (graph of distance in m against εr)
Figure 8-17: Selection of antenna (graph of distance in ft against εr)
1
2
3
4
5
Tank height / Measuring range [m]
Tank height / Measuring range [ft]
εr for storage tanks with smooth product surface
εr for process tanks without agitator or foam
All antennas:
- DN80/3¨ and DN100/4¨ Metallic Horn antenna: only for use in a stilling well*
- Wave Guide antenna: maximum measuring range is 6 m / 19.68 ft
6 DN150/6¨ or DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antennas in a stilling well* or DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna
7 DN200/8¨ Metallic Horn antenna in a stilling well*
* A stilling well is equivalent to the Wave Guide antenna option or a bypass chamber
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8.6 Dimensions and weights
Housing, process connection and antenna options
Figure 8-18: Housing, process connection and antenna options
1 Housing options. From left to right: compact converter with horizontal housing, compact converter with vertical housing, and remote converter (top) and antenna housing (bottom)
2 Process connection options. From left to right: flange connection for PTFE Wave Horn antenna, threaded connection
for PP Wave Horn antenna, flange connection for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas, flange connection with a
high-temperature (HT) extension for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas
3 Antenna options. From left to right: PTFE Wave Horn antenna, PP Wave Horn antenna, Metallic Horn antenna (with
or without an antenna extension option: straight, "L" or "S" extension), Wave Guide antenna
INFORMATION!
All housing covers have bayonet connectors unless it is an explosion-proof (XP / Ex d-approved)
device. The terminal compartment cover for explosion-proof devices has a thread with a flame
path.
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Housing options: Dimensions in mm and inches
Dimensions
Compact - horizontal
Compact - vertical
Remote
Non-Ex or Ex i (Ex d)
Non-Ex or Ex i (Ex d)
Non-Ex or Ex i (Ex d)
[mm]
[mm]
[inches]
[mm]
[inches]
[inches]
a
205 (265)
8.07 (10.43)
155 (212)
6.10 (8.35)
106 (106)
4.17 (4.17)
b
216 (216)
8.50 (8.50)
265 (265)
10.43 (10.43)
188 (188)
7.40 (7.40)
c
130 (130)
5.12 (5.12)
130 (130)
5.12 (5.12)
130 (130)
5.12 (5.12)
d
-
-
-
-
202 (202)
7.95 (7.95)
e
-
-
-
-
155 (218)
6.10 (8.58)
f
-
-
-
-
100 (100)
3.94 (3.94)
g
-
-
-
-
130 (130)
5.12 (5.12)
Process connection and antenna options: Dimensions in mm
Dimensions
[mm]
h
PTFE
Wave Horn
PP Wave
Horn
68
33
Metallic Horn
DN80 / 3¨
DN100 / 4¨ DN150 / 6¨ DN200 / 8¨
Wave
Guide
100 (220 for the HT extension) 1
100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 1000 2
k
-
-
m
296 3
322
112
148.5
223
335
1000...6000
Øp
43
43
80
100
140
200
30
1 The HT extension is only for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas. It is attached between the signal converter and the flange if the
process connection temperature is +150...+250°C.
2 These are the length options for the straight antenna extension. For data about the dimensions of "S" and "L" extensions, refer to the
illustrations that follow.
3 Other antenna lengths are available: 396, 496 or 596 mm. These options are for tanks with long nozzles.
Process connection and antenna options: Dimensions in inches
Dimensions
[inches]
PTFE
Wave Horn
PP Wave
Horn
Metallic Horn
h
2.68
1.30
3.94 (8.66 for the HT extension) 1
k
-
-
3.94, 7.87, 11.81, 15.75, 19.68 or 39.37 2
m
11.65 3
12.68
4.41
5.85
8.78
13.19
39.4...236.2
Øp
1.69
1.69
3.15
3.94
5.51
7.87
1.18
DN80 / 3¨
DN100 / 4¨ DN150 / 6¨ DN200 / 8¨
Wave
Guide
1 The HT extension is only for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas. It is attached between the signal converter and the flange if the
process connection temperature is +302...+482°F.
2 These are the length options for the straight antenna extension. For data about the dimensions of "S" and "L" extensions, refer to the
illustrations that follow.
3 Other antenna lengths are available: 15.59¨, 19.53¨ or 23.46¨. These options are for tanks with long nozzles.
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Special antenna extensions for tanks with obstructions (DN150 / 6¨ and DN200 / 8¨
Metallic Horn antenna options only)
Figure 8-19: Special antenna extensions for tanks with obstructions (DN150 / 6¨ and DN200 / 8¨ Metallic Horn antenna
options only)
1 "L" (right angle) antenna extension
2 "S" antenna extension
Special antenna extensions: Dimensions in mm
Dimensions
[mm]
Metallic Horn antenna
With "L" (right angle) extension
DN150 / 6¨
With "S" extension
DN200 / 8¨
DN150 / 6¨
DN200 / 8¨
k1
271
300
k2
271
322
m
494
606
545
657
Øp
140
200
140
200
Special antenna extensions: Dimensions in inches
Dimensions
[inches]
Metallic Horn antenna
With "L" (right angle) extension
DN150 / 6¨
With "S" extension
DN200 / 8¨
k1
DN150 / 6¨
DN200 / 8¨
10.67
k2
11.81
10.67
12.68
m
19.45
23.86
21.46
25.87
Øp
5.51
7.87
5.51
7.87
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Purging and heating/cooling system options
Figure 8-20: Purging and heating/cooling system options
1
2
3
4
5
Flange connection with purging option
Flange connection with heating/cooling system option
G ¼ threaded connection for purging system (the plug is supplied by the manufacturer)
G ¼ threaded connection for the heating/cooling system outlet (the plug is supplied by the manufacturer)
G ¼ threaded connection for the heating/cooling system inlet (the plug is supplied by the manufacturer)
Purging system and heating/cooling system: Dimensions in mm
Dimensions
[mm]
Metallic Horn antenna
Purging system
DN150 / 6¨
Heating/cooling system
DN200 / 8¨
DN150 / 6¨
DN200 / 8¨
m
223
351
202
360 1
Øp
140
200
139.7
195
q
34
34
53
70
1 This is the standard length. Longer on request.
Purging system and heating/cooling system: Dimensions in inches
Dimensions
[inches]
Metallic Horn antenna
Purging system
DN150 / 6¨
Heating/cooling system
DN200 / 8¨
DN150 / 6¨
DN200 / 8¨
m
8.78
13.82
8.0
14.17 1
Øp
5.51
7.87
5.5
7.68
q
1.34
1.34
2.1
2.76
1 This is the standard length. Longer on request.
INFORMATION!
All wetted parts (flange, antenna and heating/cooling jacket) of the heating/cooling system option
are made of 316Ti / 1.4571.
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Weather protection option
Figure 8-21: Weather protection option for Compact / Vertical and Remote versions
Figure 8-22: Weather protection option for Compact / Horizontal and Remote versions
1 Left side (with weather protection open)
2 Rear view (with weather protection closed)
3 Right side (with weather protection closed)
Dimensions and weights in mm and kg
Weather protection
Dimensions [mm]
a
b
c
Weights
[kg]
d
Compact / Vertical or Remote versions
251
170
274
285
1.6
Compact / Horizontal or Remote versions
228
170
274
269
1.6
Dimensions and weights in inches and lb
Weather protection
Dimensions [inches]
a
b
c
Weights [lb]
d
Compact / Vertical or Remote versions
9.9
6.7
10.8
11.22
3.5
Compact / Horizontal or Remote versions
9.0
6.7
10.8
10.59
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Converter and antenna housing weights
Type of housing
Weights
Aluminium housing
[kg]
Stainless steel housing
[lb]
[kg]
[lb]
Non-Ex / intrinsically-safe (Ex i / IS)
Compact
Remote converter 1
2.5
5.5
5.9
13.0
Antenna housing 1
2.0
4.4
4.1
9.0
Explosion proof (Ex d / XP)
Compact
3.2
7.1
7.5
16.5
Remote converter 1
2.9
6.40
7.1
15.65
Antenna housing 1
2.0
4.4
4.1
9.0
1 The remote version of the device has a "remote converter" and an "antenna housing". For more data, refer to "Housing dimensions" at
the start of this section.
Antenna option weights
Antenna options
Min./Max. weights
[kg]
[lb]
Standard options, without converter
PTFE Wave Horn antenna with flange connection
3.7
8.2
PTFE Wave Horn antenna with flange connection, with 100 mm antenna extension
3.78
8.3
PTFE Wave Horn antenna with flange connection, with 200 mm antenna extension
3.86
8.5
PTFE Wave Horn antenna with flange connection, with 300 mm antenna extension
3.94
8.7
0.7
1.5
DN80 / 3¨ Metallic Horn antenna with flange connection, standard length
5.6...37.1
12.3...81.8
DN100 / 4¨ Metallic Horn antenna with flange connection, standard length
9.1...37.2
20.1...82
DN150 / 6¨ Metallic Horn antenna with flange connection, standard length
13.6...37.5
30...82.7
DN200 / 8¨ Metallic Horn antenna with flange connection, standard length
14.0..37.8
30.9...83.3
1.6...9.9
3.5...21.8
Straight extension, length 100 mm 1
+0.76
+1.68
Straight extension, length 200 mm 1
+0.94
+2.07
Straight extension, length 300 mm 1
+1.12
+2.47
Straight extension, length 400 mm 1
+1.30
+2.87
Straight extension, length 500 mm 1
+1.48
+3.26
Straight extension, length 1000 mm 1
+2.38
+5.25
"S" extension 1
+1.56
+3.44
"L" (right-angle) extension 1
+1.48
+3.26
PP Wave Horn antenna with threaded connection
Wave Guide antenna with flange connection, 1...6 m / 3.28...19.68 ft
Antenna extension options
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Antenna options
Min./Max. weights
[kg]
[lb]
Other options
HT extension 2
+0.98
+2.16
1 This option is for Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antenna options
2 This component is only for the Metallic Horn and Wave Guide antennas. It is attached between the signal converter and the flange if
the process connection temperature is +150...+250°C / +302...+482°F.
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9 Description of HART interface
9.1 General description
The HART® Protocol is an open digital communication protocol for industry. It is free to use by
anyone. It is included in the software embedded in signal converters of HART-compatible
devices.
There are 2 classes of devices which support the HART® Protocol: operating devices and field
devices. There are 2 classes of operating devices (Master): PC-supported workstations (Primary
Master) and manual control units (Secondary Master). These can be used in control centres and
other locations. HART® field devices include sensors, converters and actuators. Field devices
include 2-wire and 4-wire devices, and also intrinsically-safe versions for use in hazardous areas.
There are 2 primary operation modes for HART-compatible devices: point-to-point mode and
multi-drop mode.
If the device is used in point-to-point mode, the HART® Protocol uses the Bell 202 Frequency
Shift Keying (FSK) standard to put a digital signal on top of the 4...20 mA signal. The connected
device sends and receives digital signals that agree with the HART® Protocol, and sends analog
signals at the same time. Only 1 device can be connected to the signal cable.
If the device is used in multi-drop mode, the network only uses a digital signal that agrees with
the HART® Protocol. The loop current is set to 4 mA. You can connect a maximum of 15 devices
to the signal cable.
An FSK or HART® modem is included in field devices and manual control units. It is necessary to
have an external modem for PC-supported workstations. The external modem is connected to the
serial interface.
9.2 Software description
HART® identification codes and revision numbers
Manufacturer ID:
0x45
Device:
Device Revision:
1
DD Revision
1
HART® Universal Revision:
6
FC 375/475 system SW.Rev.:
≥ 2.0
AMS version:
≥ 7.0
PDM version:
≥ 6.0
FDT version:
1.2
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9.3 Connection variants
The signal converter is a 2-wire device with 4...20 mA current output and HART® interface.
•
•
Multi-Drop Mode is supported
In a Multi-Drop communication system, more than 1 device is connected to a common
transmission cable.
Burst Mode is not supported
There are two ways of using the HART® communication:
•
•
as Point-to-Point connection and
as Multi-Drop connection with 2-wire connection.
9.3.1 Point-to-Point connection - analogue / digital mode
Point-to-Point connection between the signal converter and the HART® Master.
The current output of the device is passive.
Also refer to Point-to-point connection on page 50.
9.3.2 Multi-Drop connection (2-wire connection)
Up to 15 devices may be installed in parallel (this signal converter and other HART® devices).
For an illustration of multi-drop networks, refer to Multi-drop networks on page 51.
For data on communication in multi-drop mode, refer to HART® network configuration on page
75.
9.4 HART® device variables
The HART® dynamic variables PV (Primary Variable), SV (Secondary Variable), TV (Third
Variable) and 4V (Fourth Variable) can be assigned to any of the device variables.
The HART® dynamic variable PV is always connected to the HART® current output which is, for
example, assigned to level measurement.
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9.5 Field Communicator 375/475 (FC 375/475)
The Field Communicator is a hand terminal from Emerson Process Management that is designed
to configure HART® and Foundation Fieldbus devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to
integrate different devices into the Field Communicator.
9.5.1 Installation
CAUTION!
The Field Communicator cannot be used to correctly configure, operate or read data from the
device unless the Device Description (DD) file is installed.
System and software requirements for the Field Communicator
•
•
System card that includes the "Easy Upgrade Option"
Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Programming Utility
•
HART® Device Description file
For more data, refer to the Field Communicator User’s Manual.
9.5.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
The Field Communicator will not give you access to the service menu. A simulation is only
possible for current outputs.
The Field Communicator and the device's local display use almost the same procedures to
operate the signal converter. The online help for each menu item refers to the function number
given to each menu item on the local device display. Protection of settings is the same as on the
device's local display.
The Field Communicator always saves a complete configuration for communication with AMS.
For more data, refer to HART® menu tree for Basic-DD on page 120.
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9.6 Asset Management Solutions (AMS)
The Asset Management Solutions Device Manager (AMS) is a PC program from Emerson
Process Management which is designed to configure and manage HART®, PROFIBUS and
Foundation-Fieldbus devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to integrate different devices
into the AMS.
9.6.1 Installation
Please read the README.TXT file in the Installation Kit.
If the Device Description has not been installed at this time, install the Installation Kit HART®
AMS. This .EXE file can be downloaded from our website.
For installation data, refer to the "AMS Intelligent Device Manager Books Online" section "Basic
AMS Functionality > Device Configurations > Installing Device Types > Procedures > Install
device types from media".
9.6.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more data, refer to HART® menu tree for AMS on page 122.
9.6.3 Parameter for the basic configuration
Due to AMS requirements and conventions, there are differences when operating the signal
converter with AMS and operating using the local keyboard. The service menu parameters are
not supported and simulation is only possible for current outputs. The online help for each
parameter contains its function number as a reference to the local device display.
9.7 Field Device Tool / Device Type Manager (FDT / DTM)
A Field Device Tool Container (FDT Container) is a PC program used to configure HART®,
PROFIBUS and Foundation Fieldbus devices. To configure a device, an FDT container uses the
applicable Device Type Manager (DTM).
9.7.1 Installation
Before you operate the device, the Device Type Manager (Device DTM) must be installed in the
Field Device Tool Container. This .msi file can be downloaded from our website. For installation
and configuration data, refer to the documentation that is supplied in the "Downloads" section of
the website.
9.7.2 Operation
The DTM and the device's local display use almost the same procedures to operate the signal
converter. For more data, refer to Operation on page 58.
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9.8 Process Device Manager (PDM)
The Process Device Manager (PDM) is a Siemens PC program designed to configure HART®
and PROFIBUS devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to integrate different devices into
the PDM.
9.8.1 Installation
Install Device Description files supplied in the Device Install HART® PDM folder. This is
necessary for each type of field device that is used with SIMATIC PDM. This folder is available for
download from the website or on the DVD-ROM supplied with the device.
If you use PDM version 5.2, refer to PDM manual, section 11.1 - Install device / Integrate device
into SIMATIC PDM with Device Install.
If you use PDM version 6.0, refer to PDM manual, section 13 - Integrating devices.
For more data, refer to “readme.txt”. You can find this file in the Installation Kit.
9.8.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more data, refer to HART® menu tree for PDM on page 124.
There can be differences between the names of menus in the SIMATIC PDM software tool and
menus shown on the device display screen. Refer to the online help in SIMATIC PDM to find the
function number of each menu item. This function number agrees with the function number in the
device menus.
Use the same procedure for the protection of parameters in the supervisor menu.
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9.9 HART® menu tree for Basic-DD
Abbreviations of the following tables:
•
Opt
•
Rd
•
Cust
•
Loc
Optional, depending on device version and configuration
Read only
Custody lock protection
Local, affects only DD host views
9.9.1 Overview Basic-DD menu tree (positions in menu tree)
1 Measurements
1 Measurements
2 Outputs
2 Configuration and Test
1 Info.
1 Identification
2 Output
2 Supervisor
1 Test
2 Basis Parameters
3 Signal Out
4 Application
5 Display
6 Conversion Table
7 Reset
3 Diag/Service
1 Status
1 Standard Status
2 Device-specific Status
4 Access Rights
1 Access level
2 Method Login
3 Method entry Code
5 HART variables
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9.9.2 Basic-DD menu tree (details for settings)
1 Measurements
1 Measurements
1 Level value Rd / 2 Distance value Rd / 3 Volume value Rd / 4 Ullage value Rd /
5 Reflection value Rd
2 Inputs/Outputs
1 PV Rd / 2 PV Loop Current Rd / 3 PV % rnge Rd
2 Configuration and Test
1 Info.
2 Supervisor
1 Identification
1 Serial Number Rd / 2 Converter Firmware Version Rd /
3 Sensor Firmware Version Rd / 4 HMI Firmware Version Rd
2 Output
1 Function IRd / 2 Output Range Rd / 3 PV URV Rd / 4 PV LRV
Rd
/ 5 Output Error Delay Rd
1 Test
1 Test I
2 Basis Parameters
1 Tank Height / 2 Blocking Distance / 3 Time Constant /
4 Pipe Enabled / 5 Pipe Diameter / 6 Pipe Height /
7 Antenna Extension / 8 Antenna Type / 9 Distance Piece /
15 Length Unit (HART) / 16 Volume Unit (HART)
3 Signal Out
1 Function I / 2 PV LRV / 3 PV URV / 4 Output Range /
5 Output Error Delay / 6 Current Ouput CalibrationCust
4 Application
1 Tank Type / 2 Tracking Velocity / 3 Esilon R Product /
4 Measuring Mode / 5 Overfill Detection / 6 Multiple Reflection /
7 Empty Spectrum / 8 Record Empty Spectrum
5 Display
1 Language / 2 Display Length Unit / 3 Display Volume Unit
6 Conversion Table
1 Input table / 2 Delete table
7 Reset
1 Warm start / 2 Factory reset /
3 Reset Configuration Changed flag
1 Standard status
1 Device statusRd / 2 Write protectRd
2 Device-specific status
1 Device failures
1 ErrorRd / 2 ErrorRd /
3 ErrorRd
2 Device warning maintenance
required
1 WarningRd
3 Device warning out of
specification
1 WarningRd
4 Info
1 InfoRd
3 Diag/Service
1 Status
4 Access Rights
1 Access Level
(Access Not Granted)
2 Method Login
1 No Access (Log Out) / 2 Supervisor (Normal User) / 3 Service
3 Method Entry Code
5 HART variables
1 Poll addr / 2 Tag / 3 Hardware revRd / 4 Software revRd / 5 Descriptor / 6 Date /
7 Message / 8 ManufacturerRd / 9 ModelRd / Dev idRd / Universal idRd / Fld dev revRd /
Num req preamsRd / Num resp preamsRd / Write protectRd / Production numberRd /
Final asmbly numRd / PV is / SV is / TV is / QV is
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9.10 HART® menu tree for AMS
Abbreviations of the following tables:
•
Opt
•
Rd
•
Cust
•
Loc
Optional, depending on device version and configuration
Read only
Custody lock protection
Local AMS, affects only AMS views
9.10.1 Overview AMS menu tree (positions in menu tree)
Process variables
Measurements
Analog Output
Device Diagnostics
Overview
Fatal Errors (Failure)
Warnings (Maintenance required)
Warnings (Out of specifications)
Warnings (Function check)
Methods
Access Right
Tests
Calibrate
Empty Spectrum
Conversion Table
Master reset
Configure / Setup
Basic Setup
Basic Parameters
Local Display
Application
Analog Output
Output Functions
Output 1
Units
Device
HART
ID
-
Conversion table
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9.10.2 AMS menu tree (details for settings)
Process Variables
Measurements
Level Rd / Distance Rd / Volume/Mass/Flow Rd / Ullage Volume/Mass/Flow Rd /
Reflection Rd
Primary Output
Function I / Loop currentRd / PV Percent of RangeRd
Device Diagnostics
Overview
Primary variable out of limits / Non-primary variable out of limits /
Primary variable analog output saturated / Primary variable analog output
fixed / Cold Start / Configuration changed / Field device malfunction
Fatal Errors (Failure)
Converter EEPROM error / Converter RAM error / Converter ROM error /
Sensor EEPROM error / Sensor RAM error / Sensor ROM error / Current
output drift / Sensor Microwave error / Converter Voltage error / Sensor
Voltage error / Internal Comm. error / Temperat. out of range / Sensor not
compatible / Sensor no signal / Sensor processing failure / Peak lost error /
Overfill error
Warnings (Maintenance
required)
Empty spectrum invalid / Signal weak / Signal strong /
Bad Measurement Quality / Temperature < -35°C / Temperature > +75°C
Warnings (Out of
specification)
Peak lost / Overfill / Temperature out of range
Warnings (Function check) Local operation on the device
Information
Spectrum quality bad / Peak lost in tank bottom /
Temperature out of range for HMI
Methods
Acess right
Log In/Log Out / Password Yes/No
Tests
Test Output I
Calibrate
D/A Trim
Empty Spectrum
Empty Spec. Rec.
Conversion Table
Input table / Delete table
Reset
Restart Device / Reset Factory / Rst Conf. Chged flag
Configure / Setup
Basic Setup
Analog Output
Basic Parameters
Tank Height / Blocking Distance / Time Constant /
Stillwell Enabled / Stillwell Diameter / Stillwell
Height / Antenna Extension / Antenna Type /
Distance Piece / Tag
Local Display
Display length unit / Display volume unit / Language
Application
Tank Type / Tracking velocity / Epsilon R product /
Measuring Mode / Overfill Detection / Multiple
Detection / Empty Spectrum On/Off
Output Functions
Function I / SV / TV / QV
Output 1
Output Range / Output Error Delay / LRV / URV
Units
Length unit (HART) / Volume unit (HART) / Time constant
Device
Model / Manufacturer / Fld dev rev / Software rev / Write protect / Interface
option Rd / Descriptor / Message / Date / Serial number / Converter firmware
number / Sensor Firmware number / HMI Firmware number
HART
ID
Tag / Polling address / Device ID
Universal revision / Fld dev rev Num / Num request
preams
Conversion table
Number of points / Length unitRd / Conversion unitRd / Points (1...30 levelconversion pairs)
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9.11 HART® menu tree for PDM
Abbreviations of the following tables:
•
Opt
•
Rd
•
Cust
•
Loc
Optional, depending on device version and configuration
Read only
Custody lock protection
Local PDM, affects only PDM views
9.11.1 Overview PDM menu tree (positions in menu tree)
Overview: Menu Device
Communication Path
Download To Device...
Upload To PG/PC...
Update Diagnosis Status
Configuration and Test
Access Rights
watch status
Overview: Menu View
Measurements
Level Value
Distance Value
Ullage Value
Reflection Value
Yt diagram
Diag / Service
Toolbar
Status Bar
Update
Overview: PDM parameters
Configuration and Test
Info.
Identification
Output
Supervisor
Test
Basic Parameters
Signal Output
Application
Display
Conversion Table
Reset
Access rights
HART variables
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9.11.2 PDM menu tree (details for settings)
Device Menu
Communication Path
Downoad To Device...
Upload To PG/PC...
Update Diagnosis Status
Configuration and Test
Info.
Supervisor
Identification
Serial Number Rd / Converter Firmware versionRd /
Sensor Firmware versionRd /
HMI Firmware versionRd
Output
Function IRd / Output RangeRd / PV URVRd /
PV LRVRd / Output Error DelayRd
Test
Test I
Basic Parameters
Tank Height / Blocking Distance / Time Constant /
Pipe Enable / Pipe Diameter / Pipe Height /
Antenna Extension / Antenna Type /
Distance Piece / Length Unit (HART) /
Conversion Unit (HART)
Signal Output
Function I / Output Range / PV URV / PV LRV /
Output Error Delay / Current Output Calibration 1
Application
Tank Type / Tracking Velocity / Epsilon R product /
Measuring Mode / Overfill Detection /
Multiple Reflection / Empty Spectrum Recording /
Empty Spectrum On/Off
Display
Language / Display Length Unit /
Display Conversion Unit
Conversion Table
Input Table / Delete Table
Reset
Warm start (function to restart the device) / Factory
Reset / Reset Configuration Changed Flag
Access rights
Access levelRd
Method Login
Method Entry Code
HART Variables
1 Poll addr / 2 Tag / 3 Hardware revRd / 4 Software revRd / 5 Descriptor / 6 Date / 7 Message /
8 ManufacturerRd / 9 ModelRd / Dev idRd / Universal idRd / Fld dev revRd / Num req preamsRd / Num resp
preamsRd / Write protectRd / Production numberRd / Final asmbly numRd / PV is / SV is / TV is / QV is
1 Current Output Calibration is available only if the service password is used
View Menu
Measurements
Measurements
Level Value / Distance Value / Volume Value / Ullage Value / Reflection Value
Output
Level value / Loop curent / % Range
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Yt diagram
Diag / Service
Standard Status
Device status
PV Analog Channel Saturated /
Configuration changed
Device-specific status
Device failures
Sensor Microwave error / Current Output Drift /
Sensor ROM error / Sensor RAM error /
Sensor EEPROM error / Converter ROM error /
Converter RAM error /
Converter EEPROM error
Sensor No Signal / Sensor Not Compatible /
Temperature Out of Range /
Internal Communication Error /
Sensor Voltage Error / Converter Voltage Error
Peak Lost Error / Overfill Error
Device Warning
(Maintenance
Required)
Empty Spectrum Invalid / Signal Weak / Signal
Strong / Bad Measurement Quality / Temperature
Below -35°C / Temperature Above +75°C
Device Warning
(Out of Specification)
Overfill Warning / Peak Lost Warning /
Temperature Out of Range Warning
Info
First Start / Spectrum Quality Bad / Peak Lost in
Tank Bottom / Temperature out of range for HMI
Toolbar
Status Bar
Update
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10 Appendix
10.1 Glossary
D
Dead zone
Non-measurement zone.
Dielectric constant
An electrical property of the product to be measured used in Radar
measurement. Also known as εr, DK and relative permittivity. Defines the
strength of the wave reflected back to the device's signal converter.
Distance
The distance from the face of flange to the level (1 product) or the surface
of the top product (2 or more products). See the diagrams at the end of this
section.
DTM
Device Type Manager. A driver for use in the PACTware™ program. All data
and functions of the device are included in it.
E
Electromagnetic compatibilityDefines how much a device influences or is influenced by other devices that
generate electromagnetic fields during operation. Refer to European
standard EN 61326-1 for further details.
F
FMCW
Frequency-modulated continuous-wave radar technology. The signal is
continuously present, but the frequency is modulated, usually in successive
linear ramps over time (frequency sweeps).
H
Hazardous area
An area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Trained personnel can
install and use a device in this area. The device must be ordered with the
appropriate options. The device requires approvals (ATEX, IECEx, FM,
CSA, NEPSI etc.) related to site specifications. You can find more data
about hazardous areas in the Ex Manuals and Ex Certificates of
Compliance.
Horn (cone) antenna
A common antenna for most applications. It is used for the controlled
emission and collection of radar signals.
I
Interference signals
False radar reflections.
L
Level
Height from the bottom of the tank (user-defined) to the surface of the top
product (Tank height – distance). See the diagrams at the end of this
section.
M
Mass
Total mass of tank contents.
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O
Operators
Users who can choose how to display measurements. They cannot
configure the device in supervisor mode.
P
PACTware™
Software that operates and configures field devices from a remote
workstation. It is not necessary to use fieldbus software or programs
developed by the manufacturer.
R
Radar reflection
Signal reflected from the surface of the tank contents.
S
Signal converter
A set of electronic components in the device that send the measurement
signal through some signal filters. They identify and measure the level of
the tank contents.
Supervisor
Users who can configure the device in supervisor mode. They cannot
configure the device in service mode.
U
Ullage volume
Unfilled volume. See the diagrams at the end of this section.
V
Volume
Total volume of tank contents.
W
Wave-Guide antenna
An antenna that transmits the radar signal in tube of a constant diameter to
the measured product.
Waveguide
A PTFE component that is used to guide the emitted radar waves correctly
into the horn antenna.
Wave Horn antenna
A plastic-coated horn antenna for corrosive liquids. Plastic coating options
include PTFE and PP.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Distance
Dead zone
Flange facing
Gas (Air)
Tank height
Ullage volume or mass
Figure 10-2: Measurement definitions: level
1 Level
2 Volume or mass
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Product Specifications for Intelligent Level Transmitters
Product Specification: Device:
LevelWave Radar Transmitters
PSS EML3010
LG01
Guided Wave Radar Level Meter
PSS EML3020
LR01
Free-Space Radar Level Meter
LevelStar Buoyancy Transmitters
PSS EML0710
244LD
Intelligent Buoyancy Transmitter for Liquid Level, Interface and Density
with Displacer and Torque Tube
PSS EML1710
244LVP
Intelligent Buoyancy Transmitter for Liquid Level, Interface and Density
with Displacer
PSS EML0901
204xx
Accessories for Buoyancy Transmitters
PSS EMO0100
Accessories for Devices with HART-Protocol
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