Emerson Process Management 2088 Satellite Radio User Manual

Reference Manual
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Section 3
Rosemount 2088 and 2090
Installation
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-1
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-1
General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-4
Environmental Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-4
Mechanical Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-5
Electrical Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-11
Failure Mode and Security Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-13
Zero and Span Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3-15
OVERVIEW
This section is designed to guide you through a successful Rosemount 2088,
2090F, or 2090P Transmitter installation. Starting with an installation
flowchart, this section contains information on installation considerations and
transmitter options. Dimensional drawings are also included in this section.
SAFETY MESSAGES
Instructions and procedures in this section may require special precautions to
ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operations. Information that
raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warning symbol ( ). Please
refer to the following safety messages before performing an operation
preceded by this symbol.
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Warnings
Explosions could result in death or serious injury:
•
Do not remove the transmitter cover in explosive atmospheres
when the circuit is alive.
•
Before connecting a HART-based communicator in an explosive atmosphere,
make sure the instruments in the loop are installed in accordance with
intrinsically safe or non-incendive field wiring practices.
•
Verify that the operating atmosphere of the transmitter is consistent with the
appropriate hazardous locations certifications.
•
Both transmitter covers must be fully engaged to meet
explosion-proof requirements.
Failure to follow these installation guidelines could result in death or serious injury:
•
Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation.
High voltage that may be present on leads could cause electrical shock:
•
Avoid contact with leads and terminals.
Use appropriately rated sanitary clamps and gaskets during installation. The
maximum working pressure of the clamp and gasket must be greater than or equal to
the working pressure range of the transmitter. Failure to use proper clamps and
gaskets can cause process leaks and can result in death or serious injury.
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Figure 3-1. Installation
Flowchart.
NO
Bench
Calibration?
START HERE
YES
A
B
VERIFY
Check
Configuration
(See Chapter XX)
FIELD
INSTALL
Apply Pressure
Within
Specifications?
YES
Within
Specifications?
B
NO
Refer to
Troubleshooting
Section
NO
YES
A
Set Units
(See Chapter XX)
Check Jumper
or Switches
Mount
Transmitter
Check for Leaks
(Process
Connections)
Set Range Points
Wire
Transmitter
Set Output Type
Set Damping
Perform
Sensor and/or
Output Trim
A
Power
Transmitter
Confirm Transmitter
Configuration
Zero Trim
Transmitter for
Mounting Effects
DONE
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GENERAL
CONSIDERATIONS
The accuracy of the pressure measurement depends on proper installation of
the transmitter and impulse piping. The piping between the process and
transmitter must accurately transmit pressure to the transmitter. Mount the
transmitter close to the process and use a minimum of impulse piping to
achieve the best accuracy. Keep in mind, however, the need for convenient
access, safety of personnel, practical field calibration, and a suitable
transmitter environment. In general, install the transmitter to minimize
vibration, shock, and temperature fluctuations.
Do not apply torque directly to the electronics housing. Rotation between the electronics
housing and the process connection can damage the electronics. To avoid damage, apply
torque only to the hex-shaped process connection. Use a backup wrench on Process
Connection when installing an adapter.
Electronics
Housing
Process
Connection
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSIDERATIONS
Temperature
Mount the transmitter in a manner that minimizes variations in ambient
temperature.
Moisture and Corrosives
The transmitter is designed to resist attack by moisture and corrosives. The
electronics module is fully encapsulated and mounted in a compartment that
is sealed from the power-side conduit entries. O-ring seals protect both
compartments when the covers are installed.
In humid environments, it is possible for moisture to accumulate in the conduit
lines and reach the terminal compartment of the transmitter housing. To
prevent moisture from entering the terminal compartment, mount the
transmitter at a high point in the conduit run, if possible. Also, remove the
terminal compartment cover periodically and inspect the terminals for
moisture and corrosion.
Hazardous Locations
Installations
Rosemount 2088, 2090P, and 2090F transmitters are designed with
explosion-proof electronics enclosures and circuitry that complies with
intrinsic safety requirements and non-incendive operation. Individual
transmitters are clearly tagged with approvals. Refer to Section 5:
Specifications and Reference Data for a complete list of available approvals.
To maintain certified ratings for installed transmitters, install with applicable
installation codes and approval drawings.
NOTE
Once a device labeled with multiple approval types is installed, it should not
be reinstalled using any other approval types. Permanently mark the approval
label to distinguish it from unused approval types.
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MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Mounting
Rosemount 2088
The Rosemount 2088 Smart Transmitter weighs approximately 2.44 lb.
(1,11 kg). The 2088 Analog Transmitter weighs approximately 1.9 lb.
(0,86 kg). In many cases, its compact size and light weight makes it possible
to mount the 2088 directly to the impulse line without using an additional
mounting bracket. When this is not desirable, mount directly to a wall, panel,
or two-inch pipe using the optional mounting bracket (see Figure 3-3).
The 2088 also offers several process connections. Use your plant-approved
thread sealant to ensure a leak-proof connection.
Rosemount 2090P
The Rosemount 2090P is designed to be mounted directly to the process pipe
using a weld spud (see Figure 3-7). Mount the transmitter using an existing
weld spud, or install a new one using the instructions on page -9.
Rosemount 2090F
The Rosemount 2090F is designed to be mounted directly to the process pipe
using a standard sanitary fitting (see Figure 3-8). The transmitter is available
with either a 1.5- or 2-inch Tri-Clamp® connection.
Figure 3-2. Transmitter
Mounting Configurations with
Optional Bracket.
PIPE MOUNTING
PANEL MOUNTING
5.0 (125)
4.3 (110)
3.9 (100)
3.9
(100)
5.0
(139)
3.6
(90)
2.8
(70)
1.25 (32)
HEX
2.5
(63)
6.2
(160)
6.0 (150)
3.0 (80)
Mounting bracket ordering code B4, and optional block and bleed valve.
4.75 (120)
7.0 (175)
2.81 (71)
5
/16 × 1½ Bolts
for Panel Mounting
(not supplied)
2-inch U-Bolt
for Pipe Mounting
5
/16× 1½ Bolts
for Panel Mounting
(not supplied)
NOTE
Dimensions are in. (mm).
1.30 (33)
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Impulse piping configurations depend on specific measurement conditions.
Use the following information and Figure 3-3 as a guideline when installing
impulse piping.
Liquids: Make the line tap on the side of the pipe to prevent sediment
deposits from plugging the impulse line or transmitter. Mount the transmitter
level with or below the tap so gases vent into the process line.
Gases: Make line taps on either the top or the side of the process line. Mount
the transmitter level with or above the line tap so liquids drain into the process
line.
Steam: Make line taps in the side of the process line. Mount the transmitter
below the line tap to ensure that the impulse line remains filled with
condensate.
NOTE
Installing a “T”-connection with a shut-off valve in the impulse line between
the transmitter and the valve to the process line will allow you to vent the
transmitter to atmosphere, thereby enabling calibration without removing the
transmitter.
Figure 3-3. Transmitter
Mounting Configurations for
Liquids, Gases, and Steam
GAS OR LIQUID
SERVICE
LIQUID OR STEAM
SERVICE
GAS
SERVICE
NOTE
In steam or other high-temperature services, the temperature at the process
connection must not exceed the process temperature limit of the transmitter,
which is 250 °F (121 °C).
In steam service above 250 °F (121 °C), fill impulse lines with water to prevent
steam from contacting the transmitter. Condensate chambers are not
necessary since the volumetric displacement of the Rosemount 2088
is negligible.
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Access Requirements
When choosing a mounting location and position, take into account the need
for access to the transmitter.
Make wiring terminations through the conduit openings at the top of the
electronics housing. The field terminal side of the transmitter is clearly marked
on the transmitter neck. Test terminals are incorporated on the terminal block;
you do not need access to the electronics compartment to perform calibration
procedures.
The transmitter electronics compartment contains the electronics module with
failure mode and security jumpers, and the optional LCD meter. Consider the
need for access to both compartments when installing the transmitter. Refer
to Figure 3-5 for transmitter dimensional drawings.
Figure 3-4. Smart Transmitter Dimensional Drawings.
Rosemount 2088
0.75 (20)
Clearance for
Cover Removal
Certifications Tag
3.9 (100)
5.0 (125)
Optional Meter Cover
4.3 (110) Max.
2 ½–14 NPT*
Conduit
Connection
4.7
(120)
5.75
(146)
Transmitter Circuitry
Terminal
Connections
2 ¼–20 UNC-2B
Mounting Holes
½–14 NPT Female† Process Connection
*
M20 1.5 Female (CM20), PG 13.5, and G 1/2 Female (PF 1/2) also available as options.
†
DIN 16288 G 1/2 Male, RC 1/2 Female (PT 1/2), and M20 1.5 Male (CM20) also available.
Rosemount 2090P (1.5-in.)
Certification Tag
5.0 (125)
3.9 (100)
4.3 (110)
Optional Meter Cover
4.7
(120)
Terminal
Connections
Transmitter Circuitry
5.1(130)
Typical
2 1/4–20 UNC–2BX
Depth 0.60
Mounting Holes
M44 1.25
Weld Spud
Vessel Wall
2.38
(60)
0.82
(21)
Weld Spud
NOTE: Dimensions are in. (mm).
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Rosemount 2090P Compatible with 1-in. PMC® Process Connection
External Zero/Span (under Nameplate)
Nameplate
3.9
(100)
5.0 (125)
4.3 (110)
Optional Meter Cover
Terminal
Connections
Transmitter Circuitry Side
4.7 (140)
5.75 (146)
3X 5/16–18 UNC
Mounting Holes for
Rotational Mounting
Weld Spud
2X 1/4–20 UNC–2BX 0.60 Deep
Mounting Bracket Holes
1.03 (26.2)
1.0 (25.4)
0.7 (17,8)
1.05 (26.6)
1.32 (33,4)
O-ring (Viton
Vessel Wall
®
standard)
Rosemount 2090F
Certifications Tag
5.0 (125)
4.3 (110)
3.9 (100)
Optional Meter Cover
Transmitter Circuitry Side
Terminal
Connections
2 1/4–20 UNC–2BX 0.60
Deep Mounting Holes
11/2 or 2-in. Tri-Clamp Connection
*
M20 1.5 Female (M20) and PG 13.5 also available.
NOTE: Dimensions are in inches (millimeters).
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Rosemount 2090P
Rosemount 2088 and 2090
Installing the Rosemount 2090P transmitter involves attaching a weld spud to
the tapped process vessel, attaching the transmitter to the weld spud, and
making electrical connections. If you intend to use an existing weld spud,
proceed to the transmitter section of this installation procedure.
NOTE
The Rosemount 2090P Isolating Diaphragm can be mounted flush with the
inside diameter of any vessel larger than three inches in diameter.
Installation of the weld spud should be performed by a skilled welder using a TIG welder.
Improper installation may result in weld spud distortion.
Weld Spud
1.
Using the appropriate size hole saw, cut a hole in the process vessel
to accept the weld spud. The diameter for a weld spud with heat
isolator groove is 2.37 inch (60 mm); when compatible with 1-in.
PMC® process connection style spud, diameter is 1.32 in. (33,4 mm).
The hole should produce a tight, uniform fit when coupled with the
weld spud.
2.
Bevel the edge of the vessel hole to accept filler material (see Figure
3-5).
3.
Remove the weld spud from the transmitter and remove the Teflon®
gasket from the weld spud.
Excessive heat will distort the weld spud. Weld in sections, as shown in Figure 3-5,
cooling each section with a wet cloth. Allow adequate cooling between passes.
To reduce the chances of distorting the weld spud (for 1.5-in. connection), use a heat
sink—Rosemount Part Number 02088-0196-0001.
4.
Position the weld spud in the vessel hole, place heat sink and tack
spud in place using the welding sequence shown in Figure 3-5. Cool
each section with a wet cloth before proceeding to the next section.
5.
Weld the spud in place using 0.030 to 0.045 in. (0,762 to 1,143 mm)
stainless steel rod as filler in the bevelled area. Using between 100
and 125 amps., adjust the amperage for 0.080 in. (2,032 mm)
penetration.
Transmitter
1.
After the weld spud has cooled, remove the heat sink and install the
Teflon gasket into the weld spud. Ensure that the gasket is properly
positioned within the weld spud; improper placement could cause a
process leak (see Figure 3-6).
2.
Position the transmitter into the spud and begin to engage the
threads. Rotate the transmitter prior to seating the threads completely
to enable access to the housing compartments, the conduit entry, and
the local indicator.
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3.
Hand tighten the transmitter using the knurled retaining ring, then
snug an additional 1/8 turn with adjustable pliers.
IMPORTANT
Do not over-tighten the retaining ring. A spanner wrench (P/N
02088-0193-0001) hole is located on the knurled portion of the retaining ring
to assist in transmitter removal if it is over-tightened.
Figure 3-5. Installing the Weld Spud.
PREPARING THE VESSEL HOLE
308L SST
WELDING SEQUENCE
Weld Spud
3
1
Heat Isolation
Grooves
Bevelled
Edge
100–125 Amps
recommended
2.37 (60)
Code “C” in Model Structure or
P/N 02088-0295-0003
5
8
7
6
Process
Vessel
2
4
Figure 3-6. Teflon Gasket Placement.
Teflon Gasket
Figure 3-7. Rosemount 2090P Mounting Configuration Using a Weld Spud.
Nameplate
DETAIL OF WELD SPUD
Weld Spud
2 ¼–20
UNC–2BX
Depth 0.60
Mounting
Holes
Vessel Wall
Weld Spud
3-10
100–125 Amps
recommended
Bevelled Edge
Vessel
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Rosemount 2090F
Rosemount 2088 and 2090
The Rosemount 2090F sanitary pressure transmitter is designed to be
installed directly to a sanitary fitting. The transmitter is available with either a
1.5- or 2-inch clamp connection.
When installing the transmitter to the sanitary fitting it is important to use the
proper sanitary clamp and gasket (user-supplied). Check the clamp and
gasket specifications before installing. Refer to Standard Sanitary Clamp
Models in Figure 3-8 for a list of standard sanitary clamps, their respective
maximum pressure ranges, and the recommended torque to be applied when
mounting.
Figure 3-8. Rosemount 2090F Mounting Configuration Using a Sanitary Fitting.
Nameplate
DETAIL OF SANITARY
CONNECTION
1.1 (28)
Typical
User Supplied
Gasket and
Clamp
B
Mounting
Hole
A
CONNECTION SIZE
1.5- or 2-in.
Tri-Clamp
Connection
Connection
Size*
A
B
1.50 (38)
1.99 (50)
1.71 (43)
2.00 (51)
2.52 (64)
2.22 (56)
* Dimensions are in inches (millimeters)
STANDARD SANITARY CLAMP MODELS
Clamp Model
psi @ 70 °F
(kPa @ 21 °C)
psi @ 250 °F
(kPa @ 121 °C)
Recommended
Torque
13 MHHM 1.5-inch
13 MHHM 2-inch
450 (3 103)
500 (3 448)
250 (1 724)
250 (1 724)
25 in-lb (2.8 N•m)
13 MHHS 1.5-inch
13 MHHS 2-inch
600 (4 138)
550 (3 793)
300 (2 069)
275 (1 896)
25 in-lb (2.8 N•m)
1500 (10 345)
1000 (6 896)
1200 (8 276)
800 (5 517)
20 ft-lb (27 N•m)
13 MHP 1.5-inch
13 MHP 2-inch
ELECTRICAL
CONSIDERATIONS
The wiring terminations on the Rosemount 2088, 2090P, and 2090F are
located in the side of the transmitter housing marked “FIELD TERMINALS.”
Access to these terminations is required during installation and may be
necessary during periodic calibration of the transmitter.
Power Supply
The dc power supply should provide power to the transmitter with less than
one percent ripple. The total loop resistance load is the sum of the resistance
of the signal wires and the resistance load of the controller, indicator, and
other pieces of equipment in the loop. Note that the resistance of intrinsic
safety barriers, if used, must be included. Figure 3-9 shows the transmitter
power supply load limitations.
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Figure 3-9. Transmitter
Load Limitations
Max. Load = 45.4 (Power Supply Voltage) –10.5
1158
LOAD (OHMS)
1000
800
600
400
Operating
Region
200
0
10.5
15
20
25
30(1)
36
POWER SUPPLY (DC VOLTS)
(1) For CENLEC EX ia Approval, power supply must not exceed 30 volts.
NOTE
Minimum load impedance for Output Code N is 100 kilohms.
Field Wiring
All power to the transmitter is supplied over the signal wiring. Signal wiring
need not be shielded, but use twisted pairs for best results. Do not run
unshielded signal wiring in conduit or open trays with power wiring, or near
heavy electrical equipment. For high EMI/RFI environments, shielded twisted
pair cable should be used. To power the transmitter, connect the positive
power lead to the terminal marked “PWR/COMM+” and the negative power
lead to the terminal marked “–” (see Figure 3-10). Tighten the terminal screws
to ensure that proper contact is made. Avoid contact with the leads and the
terminals. No additional power wiring is required for transmitters with
4-20 mA output. For low power transmitters, connect positive signal lead to
“test +” and negative signal lead to terminal marked “-.”
To connect test equipment for monitoring the output of the Rosemount 2088
Smart during maintenance procedures, connect one lead to the terminal
labeled “TEST+” and the other lead to the terminal labeled “–” (see Figure
3-10). Avoid contact with the leads and the terminals.
Signal wiring may be grounded at any one point on the measurement loop, or
it may be left ungrounded. The negative side of the power supply is a
recommended grounding point. The transmitter case may be grounded or left
ungrounded.
Conduit connections at the transmitter should be sealed to prevent moisture
accumulating in the field terminal side of the transmitter housing. Also, install
wiring with a drip loop with the bottom of the drip loop lower than the conduit
connection of the transmitter housing.
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Figure 3-10. Rosemount 2088
Smart Signal Wiring Terminals.
Positive
Negative
Test
FAILURE MODE AND
SECURITY JUMPERS
Failure Mode
As part of normal operation, the Rosemount 2088/2090 Smart Pressure
Transmitter continuously monitors its own operation. This automatic
diagnostic routine is a timed series of checks repeated continuously. If the
diagnostic routine detects a failure in the transmitter, the transmitter drives its
output either below or above specific values depending on the position of the
failure mode jumper or switch.
The values to which 4–20 mA transmitters drive their output in failure mode
depend on whether they are factory-configured to standard or
NAMUR-compliant operation. The values for each are as follows:
Standard Operation
Linear output: 3.9 ≤ I ≤ 20.8 mA
Fail low: I ≤ 3.75 mA
Fail high: I ≥ 21.75 mA
NAMUR-Compliant Operation (Option Code C4)
Linear output: 3.8 ≤ I ≤ 20.8 mA
Fail low: I ≤ 3.6 mA
Fail high: 21.0 ≤ I ≤ 23.0 mA
To determine the failure mode configuration of your transmitter, review the
failure mode options using a 275 HART Communicator.
NOTE
The failure mode configuration, whether standard or NAMUR-compliant, is
configured at the factory and can not be changed in the field.
Jumper Locations
Without a meter installed
The failure mode alarm jumper is located on the front side of the electronics
module just inside the electronics housing cover and is labeled ALARM (See
Figure 3-11). Do not remove the transmitter cover in explosive atmospheres
when the circuit is alive. Both covers must be fully engaged to meet
explosion-proof requirements.
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With a meter installed
The failure mode alarm jumper is located on the LCD faceplate in the
electronics module side of the transmitter housing and is labeled ALARM
(See Figure 3-11). Do not remove the transmitter cover in explosive
atmospheres when the circuit is alive. Both covers must be fully engaged to
meet explosion proof requirements.
Transmitter Security
After commissioning the transmitter, you may wish to protect the configuration
data from unwarranted changes. The transmitter is equipped with a security
jumper that can be positioned to prevent changes to the configuration data
(see Figure 3-11). The circuit board is electrostatically sensitive. Observe
handling precautions for static-sensitive components to avoid circuit board
damage.
When the transmitter security jumper is in the “ON” position, the transmitter
will not accept any “writes” to its memory. This means that configuration
changes (such as digital trim and reranging) cannot take place when the
transmitter security is on. To reposition the jumper, use the following
procedure.
Figure 3-11. Transmitter Alarm
and Security Jumper Locations
1.
If the transmitter is installed, secure the loop, and remove power.
2.
Remove the housing cover opposite the field terminal side. Do not
remove the instrument cover in explosive atmospheres when the
circuit is alive.
3.
Reposition the jumper. Avoid contact with the leads and the terminals.
Refer to Figure 3-11 for the location of the jumper and the ON and
OFF positions.
4.
Reattach the transmitter cover. The cover must be fully engaged to
comply with explosion-proof requirements.
.
Low Power without LCD Display
Alarm
Alarm
Security
Security
With LCD Meter
2088A05A, 2088A05B
Without LCD Meter
Low Power with LCD Display
Security
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2088A05, 2088A05C
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NOTE
If either the alarm or security jumper is dislodged or removed from its position
the transmitter reverts to default alarm or security settings of: Alarm: Output
high; Security: Off
ZERO AND SPAN
ADJUSTMENTS
The smart Rosemount 2088 is equipped with local zero and span adjustment
buttons. The buttons are located on the top of the transmitter beneath the
certifications label. Use the zero and span adjustments to set the 4 and 20 mA
output points.
Rerange Procedure
To rerange the transmitter using the span and zero buttons, perform the
following procedure.
1.
Loosen the screw holding the nameplate on top of the transmitter
housing and rotate the nameplate to expose the zero and span
buttons (see Figure 3-12).
2.
Using a pressure source with an accuracy three to ten times the
desired calibrated accuracy, apply a pressure equivalent to the lower
range value.
3.
To set the 4 mA point, press and hold the zero button for at least two
seconds, then verify that the output is 4 mA. If a meter is installed, it
will display ZERO PASS.
4.
Apply a pressure equivalent to the upper range value.
5.
To set the 20 mA point, press and hold the span button for at least two
seconds, then verify that the output is 20 mA. If a meter is installed, it
will display SPAN PASS.
NOTE
If the transmitter security jumper is in the “ON” position, or if the local zero and
span adjustments are disabled through the software, you will not be able to
make adjustments to the zero and span using the local buttons. Refer to
Figure 3-11 on page -14 for the proper placement of the transmitter security
jumper.
Figure 3-12. Local Zero
and Span Adjustments
Span and Zero Adjustment Buttons
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Disabling the Zero
and Span Adjustments
After you rerange the transmitter using the span and zero adjustments, you
may wish to disable the adjustments to prevent further reranging. To disable
the span and zero adjustments, activate the transmitter security jumper (see
“Transmitter Security” on page -14).
NOTE
The transmitter security jumper prevents any changes to the transmitter
configuration data. The software lockout sequence only disables the local
span and zero adjustment buttons.
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