Fujimoto FKK 4 Satellite Radio User Manual

Instruction Manual
FCX-CII SERIES TRANSMITTERS
Differentiel pressure Transmitter (FKK ...4)
Pressure Transmitter (FKP...4)
Pressure Transmitter with remote seal (FKP...E)
Absolute Pressure Transmitter (FKH...E)
Fuji Electric France S.A.
INF-TN3FCXC2b-E
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the Fuji FCX-CII Series Transmitter.
This instruction manual covers the FCX-CII series transmitter and contains information about the
installation, piping, wiring, operation and maintenance of the FCX-CII series (FKK...4 • FKP...4 •
FKP...E).
• First read this instruction manual carefully until an adequate understanding is required, and then
proceed to installation, operation and maintenance of the FCX-CII Series transmitter.
• The specifications of the transmitter will be changed without prior notice for further product
improvement.
• Modification of the transmitter without permission is strictly prohibited. Fuji will not bear any
responsibility for a trouble caused by such a modification.
• This instruction manual should be kept by a person who is actually using the transmitter.
• After reading this manual, keep it at a place easier to access.
• This manual should be delivered to the end user without fail.
• For detail specifications and outline diagrams, refer to the specifications furnished separately.
The product conforms to the requirements of the
Electromagnetic compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC as
detailed within the technical construction file number
TN513035. The applicable standards used to demonstrate
compliance are :EN 50081-2 :-1993
Conducted and Radiated emissions
EN 50082-2 :-1995
Radiated immunity, ESD and FBT
Manufacturer:
Type:
Date of manufacture:
Product nationality:
Fuji Electric France
Described in nameplate on main frame (see Page v)
Described in nameplate on main frame
France
© Fuji Electric France 2002
Request
Issued in February, 2002
• Transcription of a part or the whole of this manual without permission is prohibited.
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior
notice.
i
CAUTION ON SAFETY
First of all, read this “Caution on Safety” to ensure correct operation of the
transmitter.
• The cautionary descriptions listed here contain important information about safety, so they should be
observed without fail. Those safety precautions are classified into ranks “DANGER” and “CAUTION”.
DANGER
Wrong handling may cause a dangerous situation, in which there is a
risk of death or heavy injury.
CAUTION
Wrong handling may invite a dangerous situation, in which there is a
possibility of medium-level trouble or slight injury or only physical
damage is predictable.
On items listed under “
CAUTION ”, they may also lead to serious accidents depending on circumstances, and must be fully observed.
• The signs of prohibition and indication are explained in the following.
PROHIBITION
INDICATION
General items which pertain to prohibition (DO NOT)
General items which pertain to user’s action
Installation and Piping
DANGER
• Non-explosion-proof transmitter must not be used in a place with explosive gases to prevent
serious accidents such as explosion, fire, etc.
CAUTION
• The transmitter is heavy. Be careful when handling it.
• The transmitter should be installed in a place that meets the operating conditions shown in DS
sheet or this instruction manual.
• Install the transmitter according to the instruction manual. Improper installation may lead to the
cause of fall, trouble or incorrect operation.
• When installing, make sure that the transmitter interior is free from cable chips and other foreign
objects to prevent fire, trouble, or incorrect operation.
• When power is ON, do not change the position of the field indicator in an explosion-proof area.
• When power is ON, do not change the position of the transmission unit in an explosion-proof area.
• When power is ON, do not change the angle of the indicator.
• Main valve used for piping should be selected with the maximum pressure of the process taken
into account (piping parts such as main valve, etc. should be furnished by user). If the main valve
and other parts do not meet the rating, it may result in leakage of gas or liquid which could lead to
hazard.
• Pressure pipes to be used must meet the temperature/pressure rating.
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Wiring
DANGER
• On explosion-proof type transmitter, its wiring work must be performed according to the required
laws and regulations. Incorrect wiring may cause explosion, fire or other serious accidents.
CAUTION
• Before making wiring work, be sure to turn OFF the main power to prevent electric shocks.
• Use wiring materials of correct rating to prevent fire accidents.
• Connect a power source of correct rating to prevent fire accidents.
• The transmitter should be grounded as specified to prevent electric shocks or incorrect operation.
• After installing the transmitter, firmly close the covers of the transmission unit and terminal box.
If not, rain water enter the transmitter which may result in trouble or incorrect operation.
Adjustment of Smart Type
DANGER
• When using a flame-proof transmitter, do not connect HHC to the transmitter terminals and junction terminals.
Replacement of Maintenance Parts
DANGER
• When removing an explosion-proof transmitter, turn OFF the main power, then disconnect the
piping and wiring. Do not remove it when the power is ON to prevent serious accident such as
explosion, fire, etc.
iii
CAUTION ON USE
Be sure to observe the following Instructions
Storage for a long period
Store the transmitter in a dry room at normal temperature and humidity.
Keep protection caps in place at the conduit connection and process connection.
For installation, select an appropriate place
Site at location with minimal vibration, dust and corrosive gas
At a place allowing an adequate space for checkup
Site at location large enough to allow maintenance and checking.
Mounting angle
Mount to a pipe horizontally or vertically.
Attention to overload
Do not apply a pressure outside the specified range.
Other
Besides the above, be sure to observe the cautions given in this manual.
CONFIRMATION OF YOUR SPECIFICATION
The instrument nameplate as shown below is attached at the transmission unit of this transmitter. Before
use, make sure the contents of the nameplate agree exactly with your specifications.
Tag No.
Series
Type
Range
M.W.P.
Ser.No.
Power Supply
Output
4 ... 20mADC
Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.
Made in Japan
iv
Mfd.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. i
CAUTION ON SAFETY ...................................................................................................................... ii
CAUTION ON USE ............................................................................................................................. iv
CONFIRMATION OF YOUR SPECIFICATION .............................................................................. iv
1
OUTLINE ....................................................................................................................................... 1
2
OPERATING PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ...................................................................... 2
3
OPERATION AND SHUTDOWN ................................................................................................ 4
3.1 Preparation for operation ............................................................................................................. 4
3.2 Operation ...................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 Shutdown ...................................................................................................................................... 7
4
ADJUSTMENT OF SMART LINE ............................................................................................... 9
4.1 Adjustment with HHC ................................................................................................................. 9
4.2 Zero adjustment by the external screw ..................................................................................... 29
4.3 Span adjustment by the external screw ..................................................................................... 30
4.4 Local adjustment unit with LCD display .................................................................................. 31
5
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................... 34
5.1 Periodique inspection ................................................................................................................ 34
5.2 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 35
5.3 Replacement of parts ................................................................................................................. 36
5.4 Adjustment after replacement unit ............................................................................................ 41
6
INSTALLATION AND PIPING ................................................................................................. 42
6.1 Installation .................................................................................................................................. 42
6.2 Piping ......................................................................................................................................... 46
7
WIRING ........................................................................................................................................ 54
7.1 Wiring procedure ....................................................................................................................... 54
7.2 Power voltage and load resistance ............................................................................................ 53
7.3 Grounding .................................................................................................................................. 57
8
SPARE PARTS ............................................................................................................................. 58
A1 BUILT-IN ARRESTER ............................................................................................................... 61
A2 CALIBRATION ........................................................................................................................... 63
A3 PARAMETER SETTING PRIOR TO DELIVERY .................................................................... 65
A4 HAZARDOUS LOCATION INSTALLATION INFORMATION ............................................ 66
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1
OUTLINE
The FCX-CII series transmitter detects the differential pressure or pressure of various
fluids, converts it into a current signal of 4 to 20 mA DC and transmits it.
All the adjustment functions are incorporated in the transmission unit for making
adjustments easily and exactly.
Transmitter settings (such as range and damping time constant, etc.) can be changed from
an HHC (Hand Held Communicator).
Principle
The operating principle of the FCX-CII series transmitter is shown in the block
diagram below.
The input pressure is changed into an electrostatic capacitance in the detecting unit.
The change proportional to the pressure undergoes conditioning and amplification in
the transmission unit, and is then output as a current of 4 to 20mA DC.
Input
differential
pressure
Capacitance
change
Displacement
Diaphragm
Sensor
Detecting unit
Measuring
circuit
Operational
amplification
circuit
Transmission unit
1
Output
current
2
OPERATING PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
FCX-CII Series transmitter
Transmission unit
Process connection
Detecting unit
Analog indicator
connector
Transmission unit
Digital indicator
connector
Vent/drain
plug
Conduit
connection
Terminal unit
Indicator
(Digital)
(Analog)
CK+
OUT
DISP
FIX
%
ZERO
abs
0
CK–
Terminal unit
Zero/span
adjustment
screw
%
10
20
40 60 80
0
–
+
Description of FCX-CII Series transmitter
Part name
Description
Detecting unit
Detects pressure, differential pressure or level of fluid.
Transmission unit
Converts the detected signal into an output signal.
Vent/drain plug
Used for gas discharge or draining. (Attention should be paid
under a high pressure.)
Process connection
Connects impulse pipes from the process.
Conduit connection
Connects the output cable.
Zero adjustment screw
Adjusts zero. (For analog type, refer to Section 7.)
Transmission unit
Part name
Description
Analog indicator connector
Used for connecting an analog indicator.
Digital indicator connector
Used for connecting a digital indicator.
Indicator (option)
Analog or digital indicator, available.
Terminals
Symbol
Description
+, -
Connects the output cable.
CK+, CK-
Used for checking the output or connecting an indicator.
An external terminal used for grounding
2
Mode indicating function of digital indicator
OUT
DISP
%
FIX
ZERO
abs
Mode indication
Mode
%
When not indicated
When indicated
% output
Actual scale
External zero adjustment possible
External zero adjustment impossible
DISP
Digital indicator
Digital indicator proportional display
OUT
output
ZERO
FIX
display
Proportional output
Measurement mode
Fixed current mode
Sampling status (Flicker)
abs
–
N
Absolute pressure
Gage pressure
Output value < Zero
Output value
(a part of unit indicator)
3
Zero
3
OPERATION AND SHUTDOWN
3.1 Preparation for operation
Before operating the transmitter, be sure to perform the following checks and procedures. Note
that adjustment is required in a non-hazardous area for zero point check of intrinsically safe
explosionproof and flameproof transmitters, do not open terminal cover and do not use HHC.
Use the transmitter indicator and the external adjustment screw.
Preparation procedure
(1) Check for liquid or gas leakagefrom the process
connection, etc. by applying soapy water or the
like.
(2) Check the signal wiring according to the “Terminal block connection diagram” shown in 4.1
(Page 16).
(3) Vent gas from the transmitter.
Important
When the plant requires chemical cleaning at the start of operation, be sure to
close the valve of the transmitter to prevent entry of cleaning liquid into the
pressure receiving unit.
(4) Perform zero point adjustment.
4
Zero point check
Turn on the power to the transmitter.
Check the output signal of the transmitter by connecting a DC ammeter across CK+ and CK– of
the terminal block.
After ten minutes or longer, adjust the transmitter output current to 4 mA (zero adjustment). (See
below.)
(1) Zero adjustment
Zero point of the transmitter is adjustable by the zero screw on the electronics housing with
the zero adjustment screw.
• If the transmitter is locked (see section
“Operating procedure”, Lock of adjustment
function), it is not possible to adjust with the
external adjustment screw.
Decrease
Increase
• When a digital indicator is attached to the
transmitter, make sure that the LCD lamp
“ZERO” is ON.
(2) Adjustment by HHC
Refer “zero adjustment” explained in section 7.1.
When all the checks and preparatory operations are finished, tighten the cover securely. (Tightening torque 20 N•m {2 kgf•m} <14ft-lb>)
Important
1. After adjustment of the transmitter, it should be kept energized for about 10
seconds to write the adjustment result into memory.
2. Use a blade-edge screwdriver for adjusting the zero/span adjustment screw.
5
3.2 Operation
(1) Operation of pressure transmitter
Open the valve slowly to apply a pressure. When a pressure is applied, the transmitter is set
in the operating status.
Open
(2) Operation of differential pressure transmitter
Set the operating status by manipulating the manifold valve.
Stop valve
on the low
pressure side
Make sure the equalizing valve is open.
Open
Equalizing
valve
Stop valve
on the high
pressure side
Open the stop valve on the high pressure side slowly.
Open
Close
Close the equalizing valve.
6
Open
Finally, open the stop valve on the low pressure side
slowly.
Check of operating status
Use a field indicator, receiving instrument or HHC to check the operating status.
3.3 Shutdown
(1) Shutdown of pressure transmitter
Close the valve slowly to stop applying a pressure. The transmitter is set in the measurement
stop status.
Close
7
(2) Shutdown of differential pressure transmitter
Set the shutdown status by manipulating the manifold valve.
Turn off power supply.
Close the stop valve on the high pressure side (H side)
slowly.
Close
Open
Open the equalizing valve.
Close
Close the stop valve on the low pressure side (L side)
slowly.
Important
Before a long shutdown, discharge the process fluid and drain completely from
the transmitter.
This is to protect the transmitter from freezing, corrosion, etc.
8
4
ADJUSTMENT OF SMART TYPE
To operate the FCX-CII series transmitter, the HHC is used for each adjustment.
4.1 Adjustment with HHC
Startup and usage of the Hand Held Communicator (HHC) are detailed in the instruction manual
for HHC. Please refer to this manual before commencing adjustment.
Important
After adjustment of the transmitter, it should be kept energized for about 10 seconds to write the adjustment results into memory.
4.1.1 Connection of HHC
CK+
CK–
The HHC can be connected to the transmitter, junction terminal or the terminals in the instrument
room.
–
+
Field device
To junction
terminal or
instrument
room
To HHC
Instrument room
Junction terminal Zener barrier
Terminal block
DC power supply
DC16.1 ~ 45V
Load resistor
DANGER
In the case of a flameproof transmitter, never connect the HHC to the terminal block
of the transmitter in hazardous area installations.
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4.1.2
Outline of HHC operation
The following shows the flow of the key, explained for FXW Version 6.0
(FXW
1- A3).
FXW prior to Version 6.0 are not available of operation of FCX-CII series transmitter.
In this case, the user is requested to contract our office for ROM version up.
Classification
Display symbol
Key symbol
Referential
page
MENU
11
1 TAG No.
INC 1: TAG No
2 Type
INC 2: TYPE
3 Display of serial No.
INC 3: SERIAL No.
4 Industrial value unit
INC 4: UNIT
5 Range limit
INC 5: RANGE LIMIT
6 Range change
(LRV, URV)
INC 6: RANGE
RANG
14
7 Damping adjustment
INC 7: DAMPING
DAMP
15
8 Output mode
INC 8: OUTPUT MODE
LIN
/
16
9 Burnout direction
INC 9: BURNOUT
A Zero/span adjustment
INC A: CALIBRATE
CALB
18
INC B: OUTPUT ADJ
OUT
19
INC C: DATA
DATA
20
Calibration of
output circuit
Indication of
C
measured data
B
D Self-diagnosis
INC D: SELF CHECK
E Printer function
INC E: PRINT
F Lock of adjustment
functions
Indication of digital
G
indicator
Programmable lineariH
zation function
I Rerange (Set LRV/URV
calibration)
INC F: XMTR EXT.SW
MENU
MENU
INC
12
INC
13
UNIT
UNIT
DATA
INC H: LINEARIZE
DATA
DATA
10
INC
INC
INC
INC
INC
INC
20
INC
INC
DATA
17
INC
DATA
DATA
14
INC
LIN
/
INC G: XMTR DISPLAY
INC I: RERANGE
12
INC
INC
INC
INC
INC
21
INC
22
INC
INC
INC
INC
23
INC
26
INC
INC
INC
28
4.1.3 Operating procedure
In case of a flameproof transmitter, never connect the HHC to the terminal block of
transmitter in hazardous area installations.
TAG N°.
0:
PUSH MENU KEY
MENU
1:
TAG No
FICRA-1234 xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
< INC > < CHANGE >
INC
To menu
2 : TYPE
CHNG
1
1-1: TAG CHANGE
FICRA-1234 xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
< ENT > < CL >
ENT
1-1: TAG CHANGE
FICRA-4321 xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
CHNG OK?< ENT/CL >
after setting
ENT
CL
•
2
CL
•
3
•
1-2: TAG WRITE
FICRA-4321 xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
4
•
•
•
11
To set the TAG N°. of each field device, use the procedures shown in
the following diagram. TAG N°.
can be inputted up to 26 characters
of alphanumeric codes.
After PUSH MENU KEY is
displayed, press the <MENU> key
to display TAG N°.
To make changes press the
<CHNG> key and the cursor will be
displayed under display 1 .
Set the alphanumeric keys as
necessary under display 2 . To set
the alphabet, press the <CHNG
ALHA> key first.
Using <
> < > keys, cursor position can be moved.
At the completion of setting, press
the <ENT> key and a prompt is
displayed check entry under display
2 .
If the entry is correct, press the
<ENT> key to input it to the field
device under display 3 and 4 and
the initial image 1 is displayed.
To display TYPE display, press the
<INC> key under display 1 .
TYPE
Menu 1 : TAG N°
INC
•
2:
TYPE
FKCXXXXX-XXXXX
CHNG
< INC > < CHANGE >
1
INC
2-1: TYPE CHANGE
FKCXXXXX-XXXXX
< ENT > < CL >
ENT
CL
2-1: TYPE CHANGE
FKCXXXXX-XXXXX
CHNG OK?< ENT/CL >
after setting
ENT
To Menu
3 : SERIAL N°
•
2
CL
3
•
2-2: TYPE WRITE
FKCXXXXX-XXXXX
4
•
•
•
Type of field device is displayed and
changed (ex. of differential pressure
transmitter).
After TAG N°. is displayed, press
the <INC> key to display TYPE
image.
To make changes press the
<CHNG> key under display 1 and
the cursor will be displayed under
display 2 .
Set the alphanumeric keys as
necessary under display 2 . To set
the alphabet, press the <CHNG
ALHA> key first. Using < > < >
keys, cursor position can be moved.
At the completion of setting, press
the <ENT> key and a prompt is
displayed check entry under
display 2 .
If the entry is correct, press the
<ENT> key to input it to the field
device under display 3 and 4 and
the initial image 1 is displayed.
To display SERIAL NO., press the
<INC> key under display 1 .
Display of SERIAL N°.
2 : TYPE
SERIAL N°. and transmitters
software version are displayed.
INC
3:
SERIAL No.
N8G07131
VERSION 1.1
< INC >
• After setting TYPE, press the
<INC> key to display SERIAL
NO. and software version of
transmitter.
INC
• By pressing the <INC> key,
UNIT setting image is
displayed.
4 : UNIT
12
Industrial value unit
Available unit for FCX-C2
Menu N°3 :
SERIAL N°
mmH2 O
cmH 2 O
mH 2 O
g/cm 2
kg/cm2
Pa
hPa
kPa
MPa
mbar
bar
psi
inH 2 O
ftH 2 O
mmAq
cmAq
mAq
mmWC
cmWC
mWC
mmHg
cmHg
mHg
inHg
< Torr >
< atm >
INC
4:
UNIT
kPa
< INC >
INC
< CHNG >
1
CHNG
4-1: UNIT CHANGE
kPa
(NEXT MPa)
< INC > < ENT >
< CL > 2
CL
INC
ENT
< UNIT CHANG >
4-1: UNIT CHANGE
kPa
(NEXT MPa)
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
3
CL
ENT
4-1: UNIT WRITE
kPa
4
INC
Not suitable unit display
To menu N° 5 :
RANGE LIMIT
4-1: UNIT WRITE
Pa
NOT SUITABLE
UNIT < CL >
CL
DEC
Note: The mark < > is settable for absolute pressure transmitter only.
• When pressing <CHNG>
under display 1 , the display
for changing the unit of
industrial value 2 appears.
• The desired unit of industrial
value is selectable by using
<INC> or <DEC> under
display 2 .
• Display 3 is provided for confirming your change.
• Display 4 is for registering the
unit of industrial value.
Important
The unit of industrial value is set according to the range as ordered, but the display
resolution lowers depending on the unit being set.
When
4-1:UNIT CHANGE
Pa
NOT SUITABLE
UNIT <CL>
is displayed upon changing the unit of industrial value, output cannot be displayed in the
engineering unit selected.
In this case, press the CL key and change the engineering unit to a different one.
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Range limit
Menu N°4 :
UNIT
Indicates the maximum measuring
range of this transmitter.
INC
5: RANGE LIMIT
× × × kPa
Range change (LRV, URV)
< INC >
INC
CHNG
6:
RANGE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
< INC > < CHANGE >
1
INC
6-1:
RANGE CHANGE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
< LRV > < URV > < CL >
LRV
CL
6-2:
RANGE CHANGE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
< LRV > < URV > < CL >
CL
2
3
URV
CL
6-2:
RANGE CHANGE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
< LRV > < URV > < CL >
ENT
CL
6-2:
RANGE CHANGE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
4
To menu N°7 :
DAMPING
5
ENT
6-3:
LRV: Lower range value (0%
point)
URV: Upper range value (100%
point)
• When pressing <CHNG> under
display 1 , display changes to the
LRV and URV selection screen.
Press <LRV> for presenting the
display for setting the zero point
range (display 3 ), or <URV> for
presenting the display for setting
the span range (display 4 ).
• Under displays 3 and 4 , input
zero point and span values.
* Press <ENT> after setting LRV
and URV.
• When pressing <+/–> under
display 3 , 4 , negative value is
available.
RANGE WRITE
LRV ±× × × . × kPa
URV ±× × × . × kPa
6
Selectable setting range
Output (mA)
20
Reverse
action
Normal
action
URV LRV LRV 4
URV
Maximum measuring range
Important
Input
In case of the actual scale specification with a digital indicator
provided, if the range is changed, indicator display does not match.
So, setting is required again in response to the display in the digital
indicator (G: XMTR DISPLAY). In case of the actual scale
specification with an analog indicator provided, if the range is
changed, indicator display does not match. So, replacement of the
analog indicator is required.
14
Damping adjustment
When process input changes excessively, an appropriate damping time
constant should be set.
Menu N°6 :
RANGE
CHNG
7:
DAMPING
0.3SEC
7-1:
< INC > < CHANGE >
INC
DAMP CHANGE
0.3SEC
< ENT > < CL >
1
CL
after
setting
2
CL
Input time constant value under
display 2 , time constant can be
changed.
ENT
7-1:
DAMP CHANGE
1.2SEC
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
3
ENT
7-2:
DAMP WRITE
1.2SEC
Selectable time constant value
No damping ( = measuring period) to
32 sec
Note)
4
To menu N°8 :
OUTPUT MODE
15
The above damping constants are
used only for the electronics unit.
The detecting unit has its own constants independent of the
electronics unit (for details, refer to
the data sheet).
Output mode
LIN/
(a)
D
(DP)
8:
8
OUTPUT MODE
XMTR:DP
OUT=LIN
< INC > < CHANGE >
CHNG
INC
8-1: MODE CHANGE
XMTR : DP
OUT=LIN
< INC > < ENT > < CL >
1
8-1: MODE CHANGE
XMTR : GP
OUT=LIN
< ENT > < CL >
2
ENT
CL
*1
<OUTPUT MODE
In
case
of
OUT=
SQR
CHANGE>
8-1: MODE CHANGE
XMTR:DP
OUT=SQR
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
5
CL
ENT
8-2: MODE WRITE
XMTR:DP
OUT=SQR
CL
In case of OUT=LIN
8-1: MODE CHANGE
XMTR:DP
OUT=LIN
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
CL
ENT
8-2:
4
8-3: LOW CUT
POINT=××.××%FLOW
MODE=
< CHANGE > < CL >
CL
(a)
3
MODE WRITE
XMTR:DP
OUT=LIN
6
ENT
CHNG
: OUTPUT MODE
XMTR:GP
OUT=LIN
< INC > < CHANGE >
1
CHNG
INC
Menu No.9
The output mode is used to select the
proportional mode (proportional to input differential pressure) or square
root extraction mode (proportinal to
flow rate) for output signal (4 to 20
mA). In case of square root extraction
mode, the cut point and the mode
below the cut point can be set. Under
display 2 , press <INC> or <DEC> for
selection of the square root extraction
mode or proportional mode.
GP, AP, LL (Liquid Level)
= LINEAR or ZERO
7
8-4: POINT CHANGE
××.××%FLOW
*2
< ENT > < CL >
CL
ENT
8
*1 < INC >
< DEC > Available Mode
8-4: POINT CHANGE
××.××%FLOW
1 OUT=LIN
2 OUT=SQR
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
9
CL
ENT
Note) GP, AP, LL : OUT = LIN only
*2 0.00% Cut Point 20.00% FLOW
8-5: POINT WRITE
××.××%FLOW
10
8-6:
8-6: LOW CUT MODE
LINEAR
11
CL
CHNG
CL
12
Since display 7 is presented when the
square root extraction mode is
selected, the low flow cut point should
be set.
Cut point is adjustable within the range
of 0.00 to 20.00%. The cut point is
used for stabilizing output near 0%
when the square root extraction mode
is selected for output signal. There are
two modes; in one mode, proportional
output is selected for output below a
cut point (Fig. A) and in the other
mode, output is forcibly reduced to 0%
for output below a cut point (Fig. B).
Output
8-7: LOW CUT MODE
< 1 > LINEAR
< 2 > ZERO
< 1 > < 2 > <CL >
1
2
CL
Output
13
8-7: MODE CHANGE
ZERO
8-7: MODE CHANGE
LINEAR
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
ENT
LOW CUT MODE
ZERO
< CHANGE > < CL >
< CHANGE > < CL >
CHNG
Change of output mode
<INC> <DEC>
a OUT=LIN
b OUT=SQR
CL
14
8-8: MODE WRITE
LINEAR
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
ENT
CL
16
8-8: MODE WRITE
ZERO
15
17
Differential
input
Fig. A: With linear
output selected in
low cut mode
Differential
input
Fig. B: With zero
output selected in
low cut mode
Under display 13 , linear or zero output is selectable for output below the
cut point.
16
Burnout direction
CHNG
9:BURNOUT
NOT USED
(HOLD)
< INC > < CHANGE >
9-1: BURNOUT
< 1 > NOT USED
< 2 > OVER SCALE
< 3 > UNDER SCALE
2
1
INC
1
or
2
or
3
Selection of
burnout direction
(ex) 3
9-2:
BURNOUT
CHANGE
UNDER SCALE
< ENT > < CL >
A : CALIBRATE
CL
3
CL
ENT
9-2:
BURNOUT
CHANGE
UNDER SCALE
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
ENT
CL
9-5: BURNOUT
Saturate Current
3.8-20.8mA
< CL >
CL
6
4
9-4:
BURNOUT
UNDER SCALE
Y.YmA
< CHANGE > < CL >
5
CHNG
CL
9-5: BURNOUT CHNG
UNDER SCALE
Y.YmA
< DEC > <ENT > < CL >
7
UNDER SCALE (burnout current)
Y.YmA
3.8mA
3.7mA
3.6mA
INC
DEC
3.5mA
3.4mA
3.3mA
3.2mA
Upon pressing <DEC> or <INC>
burnout current can be changed.
(See above.)
CL
ENT
9-5: BURNOUT CHNG
UNDER SCALE
Y.YmA
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
8
Used for selecting output at occurrence of a fault in the detecting unit.
Burnout direction is selectable under display 2 .
• For selection of NOT USED, press
<1>.
• For selection of OVER SCALE,
press <2>.
• For selection of UNDER SCALE,
press <3>.
The meaning of each condition
above is as follows.
• NOT USED
Not used
(Output hold)
Saturation current = 3.8, 20.8mA
Note) Output value just before the occurrence of trouble is given in the output hold mode.
• OVER SCALE
Over scale
(Output 20.8 to 21.6mA)
Saturation current = 3.8, 20.8mA
• UNDER SCALE
Under scale
(Output 3.2 to 3.8 mA)
Saturation current = 3.8, 20.8mA
Burnout Current of FCX-CII series
transmitter
Over scale burnout current = 20.8 to
21.6mA
Under scale burnout current=3.2 to
3.8mA
Saturation current=3.8, 20.8mA
ENT
9-7: BURNOUT
Saturate Current
3.8-20.8mA
< CL >
9
CL
9: BURNOUT
UNDER SCALE
Y.YmA
< INC >
< CHANGE >
INC
CHNG
10
A : CALIBRATE
17
Change of Over scale current
21.6mA
21.5mA
21.4mA
21.3mA
INC
DEC
21.2mA
21.1mA
21.0mA
20.9mA
20.8mA
Zero/span adjustment
LRV < Zero adjustment >
A:
CALIBRATE
A-1:
< INC > < LRV > < URV >
1
INC
CALIBRATE
LRV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
< ENT > < CL >
Zero and span are adjustable by applying an actual pressure.
When pressing <LRV> under display 1
the screen for zero adjustment 2
appears, and that for span adjustment 5
appears when pressing <URV>.
Under display 2 , after applying actual
pressure equal to zero point, press
<ENT> two times. Zero adjustment will
be over.
When adjustment is made at any point
other than zero, input the pressure value
at that point at the display of 2 , then
press the <ENT> key at the display of 3
while applying a corresponding pressure to the transmitter.
Under display 5 , after applying actual
pressure equal to desired span, press
<ENT> two times. Span adjustment
will be over.
When adjustment is made at any point
other than span, input the pressure value
at that point at the display of 5 , then
press the <ENT> key at the display of 6
while applying a corresponding pressure to the transmitter.
2
CL
ENT
A-1:
URV
CL
CALIBRATE
LRV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
3
ENT
A-2:
CALIBRATING
LRV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
4
< Span adjustment >
A-3:
CL
CALIBRATE
URV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
< ENT > < CL >
CL
A-3:
5
ENT
CALIBRATE
URV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
6
ENT
A-4:
B : OUTPUT ADJ
CALIBRATING
URV ×××.××%
×××.× kPa
7
Important
Press LRV or URV at display of 1 .
When the following is displayed, it means that calibration can not be made because
Menu No. H: LINEARIZE is effective. In this case, set INVALID on the panel of
No. H: LINEARIZE.
A-1:CALIBRATE
Can’t proceed.
Set Linearize
invalid
<CL>
1. Span adjustment should be performed after zero adjustment is completed.
2. When the actual input exceeds the adjustable range, [NOT CALB <CL>] is
displayed.
In this case, adjustment is required again.
Adjustable range
Zero adjustment: Within ±40% of maximum span
Span adjustment: Within ±20% of calibrated span
3. When the adjustment point does not meet the following condition,
[SETTING ERR<CL>] is displayed. In this case, adjustment is required again.
Adjustment point setting condition
–1.000%CS (*) PL 100.000%CS(*) 0.000%CS(*) PH 110.000%CS(*)
PL =
PH =
(Lower adjustment point) - LRV
URV - LRV
(Higher adjustment point) - LRV
URV - LRV
× 100
× 100
(*) : CS (Calibrated Span) is equal to measuring range.
18
Calibration of output circuit (D/A)
G
OUT
B:
The output circuit (D/A) should be
calibrated by the following procedure
when necessary.
OUTPUT ADJ
< INC > < CHANGE >
CHNG
INC
B-1: OUTPUT SET
0mA
< LRV/URV/ENT/CL >
LRV
1
URV
ENT
B-1: OUTPUT SET
4.000mA
CL
(Input of XX.XXXmA at 1 )
B-1: OUTPUT SET
20.000mA
B-1: OUTPUT SET
XX.XXXmA
CHANGE OK? < ENT/CL > CHANGE OK? < ENT/CL > CHANGE OK? < ENT/CL >
2
ENT
CL
7
ENT
CL
8
CL
ENT
(OTHERS)
< OTHERS >
(4 , 20mA)
B-2:
OUTPUT MODE
XX.XXXmA
CURRENT CONST.
< CALB > < CHNG > < CL >
CL
CALB
CHNG
3
B-2:
OUTPUT MODE
XX.XXXmA
CURRENT CONST.
< CHANGE > < CL >
9 CHNG
CL
ENT
When the <LRV> key is pressed at
the display of 1 , the display 2 for
4mA current output and its
calibration will appear on the screen.
When the <URV> key is pressed, the
display 7 for 20mA current output
and its calibration will appear on the
screen.
Under display 1 , input a desired
value within a range of 3.8 to 20.8mA
and then press <ENT> two times.
At this input value, a regulated current output is available.
B-3: OUTPUT CALIB
XX.XXXmA CONST.
0mA (EXT.mA)
< ENT > < CL >
4
Make calibration wiring transmitter
according to "Calibration" in Appendix A2, and calibrate the output circuit with the HHC using the following procedure.
CL
Under display 4 , input digital values
measured by digital voltmeter.
B-3:
OUTPUT CALIB
XX.XXXmA CONST.
YY.YYYmA (EXT.mA)
CHANGE OK? < ENT/CL >
5
ENT
B-4:
Under display 4 , the output circuit is
calibrated when pressing <ENT>.
CL
OUTPUT
XX.XXXmA CONST.
YY.YYYmA (EXT.mA)
CALIBRATING
Important
After setting and calibrating the constant current output, be sure to reset
the HHC display to the initial display.
6
Calibration
impossible
B-4:
OUTPUT
XX.XXXmA CONST.
YY.YYYmA (EXT.mA)
NOT CAL1B. < CL >
10
C:
B:
appears when the
adjustable range is
exceeded.
OUTPUT ADJ
10
<INC> <CHANGE>
In this way, the transmitter output is
reset to the measurement output. It
should be noted that if HHC is
removed from the transmitter loop or
the HHC power is turned OFF when
the constant current output has been
set, the transmitter output is retained
at the constant current output.
CL
DATA
19
Indication of measured data
B
DATA
C:
C-1:
DATA
< INC > < ENT >
INC
DATA
XXX. X %FLOW
XXXXX kPa
< CHANGE > < CL >
CHNG
ENT
:
"FLOW" is displayed
when output mode is
square root extraction
mode.
:
" flicker" is displayed
when the communication between transmitter
and HHC is normal.
The measured value can be indicated.
For more information about
operating procedure, refer to the instruction manual of HHC.
CL
C-1: DATA
XXX. XX %FLOW
XXXXX kPa
< CHANGE > < CL >
CHNG
CL
(HHC is not used for 10 minutes)
STANDBY
PUSH CL KEY
Self-diagnosis
CL
ENT
D:
D-1:
SELF CHECK
< INC > < ENT >
INC
1
1
SELF CHECK
< 1 > AMP TEMP
< 2 > ALM CHECK
< 1 > < 2 > <CL >
2
D-2:
CL
2
SELF CHECK
TEMP=XXX.X °C
(YYY.Y °F)
< CL > <INC>
3
CL
D-2:
SELF CHECK
ALM CHECK
GOOD
< CL >
CL
4
(Temperature alarm is displayed)
D-2:
SELF CHECK
TEMP=XXX.X °C
TEMP.ALARM
Use for displaying the measured
temperature in the transmitter and
the alarm information.
When pressing <1> on display 2 ,
the temperature in the amplifier
(AMP TEMP) is displayed. When
pressing <2>, result of selfdiagnosis about transmitter (ALM
CHECK) is displayed.
Result of diagnosis
When the temperature in the amplifier is normal:
D-2: SELF CHECK
TEMP= ×××.×ûC
<CL>
5
INC
Temperature is displayed in °C and °F
alternately at each press of the <INC> key.
D-2: SELF CHECK
TEMP= ×××.×ûC
TEMP. ALARM
<CL>
(Trouble in transmitter)
E:
PRINT
D-2:
SELF CHECK
CELL FAULT (C1)
When no error has occurred:
< CL > < INC >
CL
When temperature alarm is detected:
6
D-2: SELFCHECK
ALM CHECK
GOOD
<CL>
When an error has occurred:
D-2: SELF CHECK
CELL FAULT (C1)
<CL> <INC>
For contents of error, refer to "Contents of message" on the next page.
20
[Contents of message]
As a result of self-diagnosis, the message below is appeared on the LCD display of HHC,
when there are trouble in the transmitter. For each error, its cause and remedy are suggested.
Indication on
digital indicator
Message
Cause
Remedy
CELL FAULT (C1)
Replacement of detecting unit
FL-1
Error of detecting unit
EEPROM (AMP) FLT
FL-2
EEPROM error on amplifier side Replacement of amplifier
EEPROM (CELL) FLT
FL-3
EEPROM error on cell side
CELL FAULT (C9)(*1)
TEMP. ALARM
T.ALM
(*2)
ZERO
XMTR FAULT
FL-1
Transmitter temperature is not Transmitter temperature is
within the allowable range (–45 normalized.
to 90°C).
Amplifier error
OVER
(*2)
Replacement of detecting unit
Replacement of amplifier
Input pressure is 105% or higher
of setting range.
Properly controlled.
ZERO
Under
(*2)
Input pressure is –1.25% or
lower of setting range.
Properly controlled.
ZERO
(*1) CELL FALUT (C5) to (C9) are appeared in case of “9” in 6th digit code of FKC.
(*2) Real indication
With Printer Unit
E:
PRINT
Printer function
< INC > < ENT >
INC
ENT
Set Year/Month/Date
Time (Hour, Minute)
E-1: PRINT
DATE YY : MM : DD
TIME HH : MM
< ENT > < CL >
CL
ENT
(Indicated when the printer unit is active)
E-2: PRINT OUT
INC
E-3: PRINT OUT
PRINT OUT END
< INC >PAPER FEED
< CL >
CL
Paper Feed (Printer)
Without Printer Unit
E:
PRINT
NO CONNECTION
< INC >
INC
F : XMTR EXT.SW
21
Usable only when a printer is connected.
Refer to the instruction manual of
HHC.
Lock of adjustment function
CHNG
F:
XMTR EXT. SW
F-1:
ENABLE
< INC > < CHANGE >
INC
1
XMTR EXT. SW
< 1 > INHIBIT
< 2 > ENABLE
< 1 > < 2 > < CL >
2
CL
1
F-2:
CL
XMTR EXT. SW
CHANGE
INHIBIT
< ENT > < CL >
3
ENT
F-2:
XMTR EXT. SW
CHANGE
INHIBIT
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
ENT
F-3:
The zero adjustment function can be
locked by the transmitter adjust
screw.
4
CL
XMTR EXT. SW
WRITE
INHIBIT
5
F : XMTR DISPLAY
22
When pressing <1> (INHIBIT) under display 2 , the external switch
lock function is activated, and it is
released when pressing <2> (ENABLE).
2
G : XMTR DISPLAY ±YYYYYY=XMTR DISPLAY
at 4mA
±YYYYYY/±ZZZZZZ
±ZZZZZZ=XMTR DISPLAY
UUUUUUU
at 20mA
< INC > < CHANGE >
UUUUUUU=XTMR DISPLAY
CHNG
CHNG
INC
UNIT
Note1) 0.00-100.00%LIN
0.0-100.0% LIN
3 G-1: DISP. CHANGE
0-100%
LIN
< 1 > % DISPLAY
0.00-100.00%FLOW
< 2 >ACTUAL DISP.
0.0-100.0% FLOW
< 1 > < 2 > < CL >
0-100%
FLOW
CL
1
2
1
G : XMTR DISPLAY
or
% DISPLAY
X.XX-XXX.XX%YYYY Note 1
< INC > < CHANGE >
INC
H : LINEARISE
1 or 2
4
A
G-2: DISP. CHANGE
< 1 > % LIN
< 2 > % FLOW
< 1 > < 2 > < CL >
1
CL
2
<2> % FLOW
5
1
2
3
<1> % LIN
G-3: DISP. CHANGE
< 1 > 0.00-100.00%
< 2 > 0.0-100.0%
< 3 > 0-100% < CL >
CL
6
8
1
2
3
CL
9
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
CL
7
G-4: DISP. WRITE
X.XX-XXX.XX%LIN
1
G-3: DISP. CHANGE
< 1 > 0.00-100.00%
< 2 > 0.0-100.0%
< 3 > 0-100% < CL >
4
G-4: DISP. CHANGE
X.XX-XXX.XX%LIN
ENT
GP, AP, LL
(liquid Level)
DP
G-3: DISP. CHANGE
Can't proceed.
XMTR doesn't
support.
< CL >
G-4: DISP. CHANGE
X.XX-XXX.XX%FLOW
0.00-100.00%
or 0.0-100.0%
or 0-100%
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
CL
ENT
4
10
CL
4
4
G-4: DISP. WRITE
X.XX-XXX.XX%FLOW
B
23
4
Indication of digital indicator
For digital indicator, either % display or actual-scale display is selectable. In display on the actual
scale, display values corresponding
to 0% (4mA) and 100% (20mA) are
settable.
In setting % display, proportional
mode and square root extraction
mode is selectable as shown in 4 .
In 4 ,
<1> %LIN is displayed in % in the
proportional mode
<2> %FLOW is set by % in the
square root extraction mode
(proportional to flow)
In case of pressure transmitter,
absolute pressure transmitter and
level transmitter, <2> % FLOW
cannot be set in 4 .
A
11
G-2 : DISP. CHANGE
LRV: 4mA=±YYYYYY
URV: 20mA=±ZZZZZZ
< LRV >< URV ><CL>
LRV
12
URV
CL
3
G-2 : DISP. CHANGE
LRV: 4mA=±YYYYYY
URV: 20mA=±ZZZZZZ
< ENT >< URV ><CL>
ENT
URV
CL
G-2 : DISP. CHANGE
LRV: 4mA=±YYYYYY
URV: 20mA=±ZZZZZZ
SET OK?< ENT ><CL>
ENT
16
13
11
13
14
Already set value
of transmitter
CL
15
G-2 : DISP. CHANGE
LRV: 4mA=±YYYYYY
URV: 20mA=±ZZZZZZ
< ENT >< URV ><CL>
ENT URV
CL
11
12
G-2 : DISP. CHANGE
LRV: 4mA=±YYYYYY
URV: 20mA=±ZZZZZZ
SETTING ERR <CL>
CL
11
11
G-3 : DISP. CHANGE
DispUNIT=UUUUUUU Already set value of transmitter
(
)
= PRESS./LEVEL/FLOW
<CHNG><ENT><CL>
CHNG
ENT
CL
19
17
18
<1>PRESS
G-5 : DISP. CHANGE
DispUNIT=UUUUUUU
(NEXT XXXXXXX)
<INC><ENT><CL>
INC
ENT
CL
18
17
G-2: DISP. CHANGE
Can’t proceed.
XMTR doesn't
support.
< CL >
G-4 : DISP. CHANGE
<1>PRESS.<3>FLOW
<2>LEVEL
<1><2><3><CL>
1
2
3
CL
<2>LEVEL
G-5 : DISP. CHANGE
DispUNIT=UUUUUUU
(NEXT XXXXXXX)
<INC><ENT><CL>
INC
ENT
CL
40 GP, AP, LL
(liquid Level)
11
CL
16 <3>FLOW
18
17
17
40
DP
G-5 : DISP. CHANGE
DispUNIT=UUUUUUU
(NEXT XXXXXXX)
<INC><ENT><CL>
INC
(b)
ENT
CL
17
(c)
(a)
19
NC
19
G-5 : DISP. CHANGE
G-5 : DISP. CHANGE
<DISP. UNIT CHANGE> DispUNIT=UUUUUUU
DispUNIT=UUUUUUU
(a)
(b) (c)
SET OK?<ENT><CL>
mmH2O mm Nm3/s SET OK?<ENT><CL>
cmH2O cm Nm3/min
ENT CL
ENT CL
3
mH2O m
Nm /h
17
17
2
3
20
g/cm
Nm /d 20
in
2
3
kg/cm ft
m /s
G-6 : DISP. CHANGE
G-6 : DISP. CHANGE
m3/min ±YYYYYY/±ZZZZZZ
Pa
±YYYYYY/±ZZZZZZ
hPa
m3/h
UUUUUUU
UUUUUUU
m3/d
kPa
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
t/s
MPa
ENT CL
ENT CL
t/min
mbar
11
11
t/h
bar
21
21
t/d
psi
DEC
G-7 : DISP. CHANGE
G-7 : DISP. CHANGE
l/s
inH2O
±YYYYYY/±ZZZZZZ
±YYYYYY/±ZZZZZZ
l/min
ftH2O
UUUUUUU
UUUUUUU
l/h
mmAq
cmAq
mAq
mmWC
cmWC
mWC
mmHg
cmHg
mHg
inHg
(Torr)
(atm)
( ) is available
for GP and AP.
l/d
gal/s
gal/min
gal/h
gal/d
ft3/s
ft3/min
2
ft3/h
(UNIT=PRESS. LEVEL)
ft3/d
bbl/s
bbl/min
bbl/h
bbl/d
B
(UNIT=FLOW)
(C) is available for DP.
24
When setting the actual-scale display,
first select <2> ACTUAL DISP in 3 .
Next, after setting the actual-scale
display value ( 11 to 14 ), perform the
actual-scale display unit setting
( 16 to 19 ).
In case of pressure transmitter,
absolute pressure transmitter and
level transmitter, the flow units cannot be set as shown in 17 .
After making sure of the setting of the
actual scale display 20 , enter the
[ENT] and then data is written in the
transmitter.
When setting of % Flow in %display or
Flow unit in actual scale display, low
flow cut point and low flow cut mode
are displayed ( 22 or 23 ).
When, in the OUTPUT MODE (Menu
No. 8), OUT = SQR is set, already set
low flow cut point and low flow cut
mode are displayed ( 23 ).
With OUT = LIN set, the present low
flow cut point and low flow cut mode
are displayed ( 22 ). Then, enter
<CHANGE>, and the setting can be renewed.
B
OUT=SQR at Menu No.8
OUT=LIN at
Menu No.8
22
23
G-8 : LOW CUT
G-8 : LOW CUT
POINT=XX.XX%FLOW
POINT=XX.XX%FLOW
MODE=YYYYYY
MODE=YYYYYY
<CHANGE><CL>
<CL>
CHNG
CL
CL
1 or 2
24
G-9 : POINT CHANGE
XX.XX%FLOW
<ENT><CL>
CL
ENT
1 or 2
Note2) CUT POINT
and
CUT MODE
are set at Menu No.8
YYYYYY=LINEAR or ZERO
22
25
G-9 : POINT CHANGE
XX.XX%FLOW
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
CL
ENT
24
26
27
G-A : POINT WRITE
XX.XX%FLOW
G-B : LOW CUT MODE
LINEAR
27
<CHANGE><CL>
CHNG
G-B : LOW CUT MODE
ZERO
<CHANGE><CL>
CL
CL
CHNG
1 or 2
28
1 or 2
G-C : MODE CHANGE
<1>LINEAR
<2>ZERO
<1><2><CL>
1
2
CL
27
29
G-D : MODE CHANGE
LINEAR
29
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
ENT
G-B : MODE CHANGE
ZERO
CHNG OK?<ENT/CL>
ENT
CL
CL
28
28
30
G-D : MODE WRITE
LINEAR
30
G-B : MODE WRITE
ZERO
25
Programmable linearization function
H:
LINEARIZE
INVALID
< INC > < CHNG >
1
CHNG
INC
CL
H-1:
CHNG
LINEARIZE
INVALID
< INC > < CHNG > < CL >
CL
H-2:
LINEARIZE
< 1 > INVALID
< 2 > EFFECTIVE
< 1 > < 2 > < CL >
2
INC
19
2
CL
CL
H-2:
LINEARIZE
H-3: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
EFFECTIVE
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
POINT 0
< INC > < CHNG > < CL >
3
CHNG
20
ENT
H-3:
LINEARIZE
CHANGE
POINT 0
< ENT > < CL >
21
CHNG
ENT
H-2:
In the case
where POINT
XX has been
set
4
CL
Input the value of
point and press
ENT (POINT XX)
INC
For DP
H-3: LINEARIZE
Set Output Mode
LIN-LIN or SQR-SQR
< CL >
CL
LINEARIZE
POINT XX
< INC > < CHNG > < CL >
CL
INC
5
H-3: LINEARIZE
< 1 >Lin. point:LP
< 2 >Comp value:CV
< 1 > < 2 > < CL >
1
H-4:
CL
2
CL
6
LINEARIZE
H-4:
LP1 XXX.XX%
< INC > < CNG/ENT/CL >
15
H-4:
LP3 XXX.XX%
< INC > < CNG/ENT/CL >
7
INC
16
H-4:
LP2 XXX.XX%
< INC > < CNG/ENT/CL >
8
9
INC
Next
parameter
CL
LINEARIZE
INC
LINEARIZE
CL
15
LINEARIZE
LP14 XXX.XX%
< INC > < CNG/ENT/CL >
10
INC
I : Rerange
CL
for display
for display
15
CL
16
7
16
15
16
for display
11
Important
Note) In the key stroke for Linearization, please set
each parameter in the below sequence.
1. Set the number of compensation points in the
range of 2 to 14.
2. Set each linearization option point (LP*) correctly,
and write them.
3. Set each compensation value (CV*) correctly, and
write them.
4. Set linearization option into EFFECTIVE and
write.
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User can set output compensation
against the input using 14
compensation points, (X 1, Y 1), (X 2,
Y2)…(X14, Y14). Each compensation
value between (Xn, Yn) and (Xn+1,
Yn+1) is connected by first order
approximate formula.
This linearization function is useful to
compensate the tank figure in level
measurement application and the flow
rate of steam or gas in flow measurement application .
Functions for LINEARIZE are
available for FXW Version 6.0 and
upward.
By pressing INC at display of 2 , the
display is shifted to the setting of LINEARIZE POINT 3 . Press CHNG at
display of 3 and input POINT XX to
be compensated. Then press ENT and
the display will be shifted to 5 .
Press INC at display of 5 and the display will be shifted to y for selection of
<1> Lin. point: LP and <2> Comp.
value : CV.
Select <1> Lin. point: LP at display of
6 and input XXX.XX% to each point
(LP1-LP ).
At the completion of input to all the
compensated points, press ENT twice
and the write of LP will be finished.
At this time, the display is shifted to 6 .
Select <2> Comp. point: CV at display
of 6 and input XXX. XX% to each
point (CV1-CV ) in the same manner
as noted in <1> LP. At the completion
of input to all the compensated points,
press ENT twice and the write of CV
will be finished.
At the completion of write of compensated program for LP/CV, press CL
twice at the display of 6 for shifting to
2 . Then, press CHNG for selection of
<1> INVALID and <2> EFFECTIVE
of 19 . At display of 19 , press <2>
and the display will be changed to
EFFECTIVE.
Change of compensated
point for LP
INC
LP1
LP2
LP3
LP14
DEC
6
CL
2
H-4:
LINEARIZE
H-4:
CV1 XXX.XX%
< INC> < CNG/ENT/CL >
17
H-4:
18
LINEARIZE
INC
Next
parameter
H-4:
CL
CV2 XXX.XX%
< INC> < CNG/ENT/CL >
8
INC
INC
13
17
LINEARIZE
DEC
CV14
Important
14
INC
CL
for display
18
CV3
18
CV14 XXX.XX%
< INC> < CNG/ENT/CL >
for display
17
CV2
LINEARIZE
CV3 XXX.XX%
< INC> < CNG/ENT/CL >
11 CL
INC
Change of compensated
point for CV
CV1
11 17 18
When INC is pressed at display of 3 ,
the following is displayed,
H-2: LINEARIZE
POINT 0
SETTING ERR <CL>
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
LPM XXX.XX%
< ENT > <CL >
CL
ENT
or
When ENT is pressed at display of 4 ,
the following is displayed,
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
LP1-14
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
15
16
ENT
for display 8
for display 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
CL
POINT=2 (number of correction) 14
setting err=00 or 01 or 15
for display 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
CL
When ENT is pressed at display of 15 ,
the following is displayed,
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
CV1-14
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
CVM XXX.XX%
< ENT > <CL >
ENT
H-3: LINEARIZE
POINT 15
POINT SET
SETTING ERR <CL>
17
18
ENT
for display 8
for display 11, 12 , 13, 14
CL
for display 11, 12 , 13, 14
Important
When ENT is pressed at display
of 20 , the following is displayed,
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
LPM
150.01%
SETTING ERR <CL>
Requirement of setting
-1.25% LP1 < LP2… <
LP14 +110%
When ENT is pressed at display of 17 ,
the following is displayed,
H-5: LINEARIZE
CHANGE
CVM
100.01%
SETTING ERR <CL>
H-3: LINEARIZE
Set LINEARIZE
Point, LP and CV
correctly.
<CL>
Requirement of setting
1. LP LP2 LP3…LP8 LP9…LP13 LP14 (In the
case that LP1-LP14=All Zero, it is inhibited to be
set enable)
2. If CVaπCVb, then it must be LPa < LPb. (Note1)
3. If LPa =LPb, then it must be CVa= CVb. (Note 1)
Note 1) a, b show next numeral such as a=1 b=2
or a=2 b=3 or ………a=13 b=14.
or
the following is displayed.
H-3: LINEARIZE
Set OUTPUT MODE
LIN-LIN or
SQR-SQR <CL>
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Requirement of setting
-100% CV1 < CV2… <
CV14 +100%
Before performing the LINEARIZE
setting, set either of the following
equations in the OUTPUT mode
(Menu No. 8) and XMTR DISPLAY
(Menu No. G):
OUT = LIN SMTR DISP = LIN or
OUT =SQR XMTR DISP = FLOW
(Note 1)
Note 1) XMTR DISP = FLOW means the
settings of % FLOW in %display
or of FLOW units in actual-scale
display.
Rerange (Set LRV/URV calibration)
I:
RERANGE
(application to level measurement) at
change of level (LRV/URV)
Functions of RERANGE can be made
with FXW Version 6.0 or upward.
< INC > < CHNG >
1
CHNG
INC
I-1:
RERANGE
< LRV > < URV > < CL >
I-2:
CL
2
CL
LRV
I-2:
RERANGE
LRV 0.00%
< ENT > < CL >
ENT
RERANGE
URV 100.00%
< ENT > < CL >
3
CL
ENT
I-3: RERANGE
CHANGE
LRV
.
%
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
ENT
CL
CL
6
I-3: RERANGE
CHANGE
URV
%
CHNG OK? < ENT/CL >
4
ENT
I-5: RERANGE
LRV ±
kPa
LRV ±
kPa
< CL >
1:
CL
URV
7
I-5: RERANGE
LRV ±
kPa
URV ±
kPa
< CL >
5
CL
8
When the lower range value (LRV) and
uppeer range value (URV) need to be
adjusted again during measurement of
tank level, the measurement levels can
be changed at the same time by setting
the LRV or URV to be adjusted from
FXW.
Apply an input pressure required for
rerange of LRV at display of 3 and
press ENT twice.
TAG N°
Important
Adjustment point setting condition
-1.00% LRV 100.00% 0.00% URV 110.00%
In the case that point is out of setting limit.
(Ex)
1-2: RERANGE
LRV
100.01%
SETTING ERR <CL>
In case of the actual scale specification with a digital
indicator provided, if the range is changed, indicator
display might not match. So, setting is required again
in response to the display in the digital indicator
(G:XMTR DISPLAY).
In case of the actual scale specification with an analog
indicator provided, if the range is changed, the scale
for indicator might not ensure exact reading.
When CHNG is pressed at display of 1, the following
is displayed.
1-1: RERANGE
Can’t proceed.
Set Linearize
invalid.
<CL>
This means that RERANGE cannot be made because
MENU No. H: LINEARIZE is set in EFFECTIVE.
In this case, press the CL key and set in INVALID on
the panel of No. H: LINEARIZE.
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In this way, the rerange of LRV is completed, then the new measurement
range LRV and URV, which conforms
to the actual input pressure, is displayed.
When rerange is made at a point other
than 0%, input the set value (PV%) of
that point at display of 3 , and press
ENT at display of 4 while applying a
corresponding pressure. In this way,
the measurement range can be changed
to the input corresponding to that pressure.
Apply an input pressure required for
rerange of URV at display of 6 and
press ENT twice. The rerange of URV
is completed, then the new
measurement range LRV and URV
corresponding to the actual input pressure is displayed. When rerange is
made at a point other than 100%, input
the set value (PV%) of that point at display of 6 and press ENT at display of
7 while applying a corresponding pressure. In this way, the measurement
range can be changed to the input corresponding to that pressure.
Note)The unit of LRV/URV at 5 and 8 are
displayed in theunit selected by Menu No.
4:UNIT.
4.2 Zero Adjustment by the external screw
Zero point of the transmitter is adjustable by the outside screw with the mode setting switch in
the housing set at zero position. The figure shown below is an example of “Mode setting
switch” is attached.
(1) Set the mode setting switch to zero position.
Mode setting switch
Set switch to “zero”
for zero calibration
(2) Apply standard input pressure corresponding to new Lower Range Value
(3) Adjust output to 4mA by turning the outside screw
Decrease
Increase
For zero suppression or elevation, apply the
specified input pressure in advance and adjust the
output to 4mA using the outside screw.
Note 1) If the transmitter is locked, it cannot be adjusted by the external adjustment screw.
Note 2) When a digital indicator is attached to the transmitter, make sure that the LCD lamp
“ZERO” is ON.
Important
After adjustment, the transmitter should be kept energized at about 10 seconds to
write the adjustment results into memory.
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4.3 Span adjustment by the external screw
The measuring range for each transmitter is determinated according to its type.
Span is changed by the outside screw with the mode setting switch in the housing set at span
position. The figure shown below is an example of “Mode setting switch” is attached.
(1) Set the mode setting switch to span position.
Mode setting switch
Set switch to “zero”
for zero calibration
(2) Apply standard input pressure corresponding to new Upper Range Value.
(3) Adjust output to 20mA by turning the outside screw
Decrease
Increase
(4) Then return to applying input pressure of zero again and make sure output is 4mA.
Note 1) If the transmitter is locked, it cannot be adjusted by the external adjustment screw.
Note 2) When a digital indicator is attached to the transmitter, make sure that the LCD lamp “ZERO” is
ON.
Important
After adjustment, the transmitter should be kept energized at about 10 seconds to
write the adjustment results into memory.
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4.4 Local adjustment unit with LCD display
1. Outline
When local adjustment unit with LCD display (Parts number is *ZZPFCX4-A055) is installed in the
FCX-CII transmitter, some functions are available without HHC (Hand Held Communicator).
Name of each part in local adjustment unit with LCD display and their functions are indicated
below.
Mode setting
switch
Damping setting
switch
LOCAL/COMM.
changing switch
LCD display
Table 1.Functions of Mode setting switch
Positions of
switch
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Functions of external
adjustment screw
Zero adjustment
Span adjustment
Locking of function
Adj. fixed current
Adj. fixed current
Adj. fixed current
Span adjustment
Locking of function
Output
Difference pressure & Flow transmitter
Pressure and Absolute pressure
(Model:FKC)
transmitter (Model:FKG,FKA)
Proportional to differential pressure
Proportional to differential pressure
Proportional to differential pressure
4mA fixed current
12mA fixed current
20mA fixed current
Proportional to flow
Proportional to flow
Table 2.Functions of Damping setting switch
Positions of
switch
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Time constant (sec.)
0
0,3
0,6
1,2
2,4
4,8
9,6
19,2
Table 3. LOCAL/COMM. Changing switch
Positions of switch
LOCAL
COMM.
Adjustment methods
Adjustments of transmitter are carried
out by Mode setting switch and Damping
setting switch.
Adjustments of transmitter are carried
out by HHC.
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Proportional to pressure
Proportional to pressure
Proportional to pressure
4mA fixed current
12mA fixed current
20mA fixed current
Proportional to pressure
Proportional to pressure
2.Selection of transmitter adjustment method
LOCAL/COMM. Changing switch decides the method of FCX-CII transmitter adjustment. If switch
is set to “COMM.” side, adjustment of transmitter is carried out by HHC. This method is explained
in instruction manual.
If switch is set to “LOCAL” side, adjustment of transmitter is carried out by Mode setting switch
and Damping setting switch.
This method is explain below.
3.Range change procedure
For changing the measuring range, carry out zero adjustment first, and span adjustment next. (If
zero adjustment is performed after span adjustment, the 100% point may not be adjusted correctly.).
There is no interference between zero adjustment and span adjustment.
3.1 Zero adjustment(Change Lower Range Value)
Zero point of the transmitter is adjustable by the external adj. screw with the mode setting
switch set at “0” position.
(1) Check if “ZERO” is lit on the LCD indicator.
If not lit, set the mode setting switch to “0” position.
(2) Apply standard input pressure corresponding to new Lower Range Value
(3) Adjust output signal to 4.00mA by turning the external adj. screw
Decrease
Increase
For zero suppression or elevation ranges, apply the specified LRV pressure in advance and adjust
the output signal to 4.00mA using the external adj. screw.
Max zero elevation with :
max span
min span
-100%
Output
signal
100% (20mA)
min span
Max
max Zero
span suppression with :
0%
(4mA)
0%
Zero suppression
Zero elevation
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Input signal
%URL
+100%
3.2 Span adjustment (Change Upper Range Value)
The measuring range for each transmitter is determined according to its type.
The span is changed by the external adj. screw when the mode setting switch is set at “1” or ”6"
position.
(1) Set the mode setting switch to “1” or ”6” position.
(2) Apply standard input pressure corresponding to new Upper Range Value.
(3) Adjust output to 20.00mA by turning the external adj. screw.
Decrease
Increase
(4) Then, apply input pressure corresponding to new Lower Range Value again and make sure
output is 4mA.
(5) After span adjustment according to above procedure from 3.2-(1) to (4), please set mode
setting switch to appropriate position
After adjustment, the transmitter should be kept energized at about 10 seconds to write
Important the adjustment parameter into memory.
4. Damping adjustment
If a pulsation of the output current is caused due to flow noise etc., it can be attenuated by performing
damping adjustment.
Damping is adjustable in 8 steps. The damping constant becomes lager in the order of 0,1,2,3and 4.
These damping constant correspond to time constant 0, 0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2 seconds for the
transmission unit regardless of span.
The relationship between position of switch and time constant are indicated in table 2.
Note)
The damping constant above is a time constant applied to the transmission unit only. The
detecting unit has additional time constant
(Please see data sheet about details)
When the transmitter respose speed is changed, the time constant of the control system
Important is also changed. Be sure to check the controllability again.
5. Fixed current output and its adjustment
Output of fixed current regardless of input is available.
Output of fixed current is convenient for loop check.
When the output(4 or 20mA)is in error, it can be adjusted by the external adjustment screw.
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5
MAINTENANCE
5.1 Periodic inspection
In order to ensure the measurement accuracy and long life of the transmitter, it is
essential to inspect the transmitter periodically according to the operating conditions.
Visual inspection
Visually inspect each part of the transmitter for damage, corrosion, etc.
If you detect any material which may cause corrosion, it should be cleaned off.
Check of cover and O-ring
The transmitter has a water and dust-proof construction.
Make sure the O-ring of the case cover is not damaged or deteriorated.
Carefully prevent foreign materials from sticking to threads.
Piping leakage check
Using soapy water or the like, check the all process connections for leakage of
process fluid. If necessary, drain the moisture which has accumulated in
the transmitter and process pipe.
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5.2 Troubleshooting
If an abnormality occurred in the process or transmitter, action should be taken with reference to the
table below.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Repair the valve so that it opens/closes normally.
(1) The manifold valve does
not open/close normally.
(2) Pressure leak is occurring.
(3) Process piping is improper.
(4) Process pipe is clogged.
(5) Power supply voltage
and/or load resistance is
improper.
Output
current
overshoots
scale
(exceeds
20mA).
Repair a leak.
Make correct piping.
Eliminate the cause of clogging.
Make arrangement to obtain proper values.
(For power supply voltage and load resistance,
refer to “7.2” (page 50).)
(For intrinsically safe installations, the power
supply voltage should be 10.5 to 26V DC for
smart type.)
Check for faulty cable, insulation, etc. and repair
as needed.
(For power supply voltage and load resistance,
refer to “7.2” (page 50).)
(For intrinsically safe installations, the power
supply voltage should be 10.5 to 26V DC for
smart type.)
Readjust according to sections 4 (page 9).
(6) Voltage between the
external connection
terminals of transmission
unit is wrong.
(7) Zero and span are not
adjusted.
No output
current (less
than 3.8 mA).
(8) Electronics unit is faulty.
Replace the electronics unit according to 5.3 (page
32).
(1) Same as (1) to (4) above
(2) Power supply polarity is
wrong.
(3) Power supply voltage and/
or load resistance is
improper.
Correct wiring (according to 7.1 (page 48)).
Make arrangement to obtain proper values.
(For power supply voltage and load resistance,
refer to “7.2” (page 50).)
(For intrinsically safe installations, the power
supply voltage should be 10.5 to 26V DC for
smart type.)
Check for faulty cable, insulation, etc. and repair
as needed.
(For power supply voltage and load resistance,
refer to "7.2" (page 50).)
(For intrinsically safe installations, the power
supply voltage should be 10.5 to 26V DC for
smart type.)
Replace the electronics unit according to 5.3 (page
32).
Correct the piping.
Vent or drain the transmitter.
Perform density compensation.
Minimize the temperature change.
(4) Voltage between the
external connection
terminals is wrong.
(5) Electronics unit is faulty.
(1) Process piping is improper.
Output current (2) Gas or solution is mixed in.
error
(3) Liquid density changes.
(4) Ambient temperature
changes widely.
(5) Zero or span has deviated.
(6) Electronics unit is faulty.
Readjust zero or span.
Replace the electronics unit according to 5.3 (page
32).
If remedy is impossible, contact Fuji Electric’s service department.
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5.3 Replacement of parts
If the transmitter requires a replacement part, drain process fluid from the transmitter,
disconnect it from the process and carry out replacement in an instrument room.
DANGER
When removing an explosion-proof transmitter, turn OFF the main power, then disconnect the piping and wiring. Do not remove it when the power is ON to prevent
serious accident such as explosion, fire, etc.
To identify faulty part
Replace the transmission unit with a spare one in order to determine whether it is the
detecting unit or transmission unit which is faulty.
When the faulty unit is identified, it should be replaced with a new one.
Replacement of electronics unit
Replacing procedure
Electronics unit
(1) Turn off the power supply.
(2) Remove the indicator.
Indicator
(3) Remove the electronics unit.
Unplug each connector.
(4) Remove the stud bolts which fastens
the indicator.
Connection at rear
of electronics unit
(5) Replace the electronics unit with a
new one and assemble it by
reversing the above procedure from
(4) to (1).
Important
When installing the electronics unit, make sure that the
zero adjust screw and the volume control are posiZero/span
tioned as shown the right.
Volume control
adjustment screw
(6) After completion of replacement, perform zero and span adjustments.
Important
The electronics unit should be removed carefully so as not to damage the internal
wiring.
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Replacement of detecting unit
Transmission unit
Detecting unit
Flexible printed circuit board
Hexagonal socket bolt
Replacing procedure
(1) Remove the electronics unit according to “Replacement of electronics unit”.
(2) Remove the hex. socket bolts from the electronic housing.
Pull the electronics housing straight forward and away from the detecting unit.
(3) Replace the detecting unit with a new one of the same type.
(4) Fit the transmission unit to the detecting unit and tighten it.
(5) Connect each connector of the electronics unit and attach it to the transmission
unit.
(6) After reassembly, carry out zero and span adjustments.
Important
• Ensure that replacement detector unit is the same specification as the original
by comparing dataplates.
• When removing the transmitter case, pay attention not to damage the flexible
printed circuit board.
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Replacement of the internal parts of detecting unit
In case of differential transmitter (code symbol : FKK/FDK) :
Nut
Seal diaphragm
O-ring
Measurement
chamber
detecting cover
Seal tape
Seal tape
Bolt
Replacing procedure
(1) Remove four hexagon socket head bolts with a torque wrench, etc..
(2) Disassembly gives access to the casing covers, O-rings, hexagon socket head bolts and nuts.
(3) After disassembly, replace the faulty part with a new one.
(4) Before reassembly, clean the O-ring face of casing cover with the soft cloth immersed in
water, alcohol, or similar detergent.
(5) Reassemble the detecting unit by reversing the disassembling procedure. The casing covers
should be assembled so as to be symmetrical with each other in the left-right direction and
carefully so as not to damage the seal diaphragm. Tightening torque should follow the table
below.
Bolt size Bolt material
Tightening
torque
[N•m]
(kgf•m)
<ft-lb>
Maximum working
pressure
[MPa]
{bar}
<psi>
Application
M10
Cr-Mo steel
50
(5)
<36>
42
{420}
<6000>
Working pressure 42 MPa {420 bar} <6000 psi> or less
M10
SUS304
ASTMB7M
ASTML7M
30
(3)
<22>
10
{100}
<1400>
Working pressure 10MPa {100 bar} <1400 psi> or less
M10
SUS630
50
(5)
<36>
42
{420}
<6000>
Working pressure 42 MPa {420 bar} <6000 psi> or less
(6) After assembly, carry out a pressure test. Apply a pressure equal to 150% of the maximum
working pressure to both high pressure (H) and low pressure (L) measurement chambers of
the transmitter simultaneously for 15 minutes, and make sure there is no leakage.
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Replacement of field indicator
1. Replacement of analog indicator
Analog indicator
Transmitter cover
Replacing procedure
(1) Detach the transmitter cover.
(2) Remove the analog indicator.
(3) Pull out the connector extending from the analog indicator.
(4) Connect the connector of a new analog indicator to the electronics section. (See the figure
below.)
(5) Then, mount the analog indicator at the electronics section.
(6) Attach the transmitter cover.
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2. Replacement of digital indicator
Digital indicator
Transmitter cover
Digital indicator mounting board
Replacing procedure
(1) Detach the transmitter cover.
(2) Remove two fixing screws which fasten the digital indicator and separate the indicator.
(3) Pull out the leading end of the flexible PC board extending from the digital indicator after
raising the slider (white knob) in the electronics section. (See the figure below.)
(4) Insert the leading end of the flexible PC board of a new digital indicator into the connector
plug-in port of the electronics section and fix it by pushing in the slider. Before inserting the
flexible PC board, confirm its correct orientation.
Digital indicator
plugin port
Pin Plug
(5) Fasten the digital indicator to the electronics section by tightening two fixing screws.
Before tightening, make sure a small recess on the surface is positioned at the top as shown
below.
When twisting the flexible PC board for mounting, adequate attention should be paid not to
damage the board.
(6) Attach the transmitter cover.
Fixing screw
Small recess
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5.4 Adjustment after replacement of unit
Adjustment
After completion of the assembly work mentioned above, use the following procedures for adjustment and setting. Adjustment should be performed using the HHC.
(1) After replacement of electronics unit (including replacement of internal parts)
Step
Adjustment item
Relevant page
1
Constant current output (output circuit)
P19
2
TAG. No.
P11
3
Type
P12
4
Industrial value unit
P13
5
Range (zero/span)
P14
6
Zero/span adjustment
P18
7
Damping
P15
8
Output mode (LIN/
9
Burnout direction
P17
10
Lock of adjustment function
P22
selection)
P16
(2) After replacement of detecting unit (including replacement of internal parts)
Step
1
Adjustment item
Relevant page
Range (zero/span)
P14
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6
INSTALLATION AND PIPING
6.1 Installation
After unpacking, check the delivered items.
This transmitter can be mounted on a pipe or on a wall.
Note that the bolts (M8) for wall mounting should be supplied by the customer.
CAUTION
DANGER
Important
• The transmitter is heavy. Be careful when handling it.
• The transmitter should be installed in a place that meets the operating conditions
shown in DS sheet or instruction manual.
• Install the transmitter according to the instruction manual. Improper installation
may lead to the cause of fall, trouble or incorrect operation.
• When installing, make sure that the transmitter interior is free from cable chips
and other foreign objects to prevent fire, trouble or incorrect operation.
• Non-explosion-proof transmitter must not be used in a place with explosive gas to
prevent serious accidents such as explosion, fire, etc.
If the transmitter is not used soon after delivery, then leave it packed and store it in a
room at the normal temperature and humidity (25°C <77°F>, 60%RH).
Bracket mounting
Mount the bracket to the transmitter.
The bracket should be mounted to the process cover as shown below.
(Pressure and absolute transmitter, types : FKP & FKH)
(Differential pressure transmitter,
type FKK)
Mount to a horizontal pipe
Mount to a vertical pipe
Transmitter
Transmitter
Measuring chamber
detector cover
Transmitter
Bracket
Bracket
Bracket
Plain washer
Spring washer
Plain washer
Spring washer
Mounting bolt
(M8 × 12)
Mounting bolt
(M4 × 10)
Adaptor (Option)
Mounting
Plain washer
Spring washer
Mounting bolt
(M4 × 10)
Adaptor (Option)
Pipe mounting
(Differential pressure transmitter)
U-bolt
(Pressure and absolute pressure transmitters transmitter)
Mount to a horizontal pipe
Mount to a vertical pipe
(1) Fasten the transmitter to a vertical or horizontal pipe using the supplied U-bolt (tightening torque
approximately 15 N•m (1.5 kgf•m) <11ft-lb>).
(2) Use a pipe of outer diameter ø60.5 <2.38">mm.
Wall mounting
(1) Fasten to wall face by M8 bolt utilizing the U-bolt holes.
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Change of field indicator position
CAUTION
Avoid the following procedure in an explosionproof area.
It is sometimes preferable to mount the indicator on the terminal block side due to
installation location.
In such a case, the following mounting procedure should be followed for analog indicator.
Digital indicator cannot be mounted on the terminal block side.
Indicator attached
to transmission
unit side.
➀ Remove the terminal
unit side cover.
➁ Remove the transmission
unit side cover with
window and indicator.
➂ Attach the cover.
➃ Remove pin
plug fitted to
indicator.
➄ Mount the supplied
attachment on
indicator.
Pin plug
Attachment
➅ Mount the studs
➆ Connect the red wire (+)
of the indicator to CK+
and the black wire (-) of
the indicator to CK-, then
attach the cover with
window.
supplied with the
attachment on
the terminal
block.
Studs
Indicator attached to
terminal board side.
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Change of transmission unit position
CAUTION
Avoid the following procedure in an explosionproof area.
Wiring is sometimes difficult depending on the installation location. In such a case, it is convenient to carry out the following.
Before turning the transmission unit, remove the electronics
unit.
The transmission unit is secured by 2 hexagonal socket bolts.
Loosen the bolts, turn the transmission unit at 90˚ or 180˚ in the
clockwise or counterclockwise direction and fix it by the screws.
Then, carry out wiring.
Important
Hex.
socket bolt
If the transmission unit has been turned
excessively without removing the
electronics unit, straighten the ribbon
cable which connects the electronics unit
in the transmission unit and the detecting
unit, and set the transmission unit again.
Turn at 90°
in the counterclockwise.
Turn at 90°
in the clockwise.
Change of indicator angle
0
20
40
60
80
0
10
CAUTION
Avoid the following procedure in an
explosionproof area.
In case of an analog indicator, it can be turned ±180˚ in 90˚
increments because it is connected with a pin plug.
Digital indicator does not allow change of its mounting
direction.
0
10
80
60
40
0
20
10
44
0
80
0
80
60
60
40
0
10
40
20
0
20
Change of vent/drain plug position
Hold the hexagonal area of the vent/drain plug
with a wrench and remove it by turning slowly.
Peel the existing seal tape and wind a new seal
type. Then, screw the vent/drain plug into the
process connection for changing.
Process connection
Tightening torque: 25N•m (2.5kgf•m) <18ft-lb>
Check space
Ensure a space of about 500mm against the cover in order to facilitate check, adjustment, etc.
500
500
500
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6.2 Piping
It is generally recognized that there are appropriate positioning relationship between the
transmitter and main process piping for accurate measurement to avoid harmful gas or liquid
accumulation.
General recognizations are;
1- Mount transmitter below main process piping for liquid or steam measurement.
2- Mount transmitter above main process piping for gas measurement.
The standard style of FCX-CII series transmitter except gauge pressure transmitter correspond to
the piping procedure 1 mentioned above. Change the vent/drain plug to correspond to the piping
procedure 2.
Main valve used for piping should be selected with the maximum pressure of the process taken into account (piping parts such as main valve, etc. should be furnished by
CAUTION user). If the main valve and other parts do not meet the rating, it may result in leakage
of gas or liquid which could lead to a hazard.
6.2.1 Piping of differential pressure transmitters
Check of high/low pressure sides of transmitter
The detecting unit of the differential pressure transmitter bears
symbols H and L which represent high and low pressure sides,
respectively.
Also, vent/drain plugs are provided at the lower process connection,
while impulse pipes are connected at the upper process connections.
L H
Removal of protective cap
The process connection ports of the transmitter and manifold (equalizer) valve are fitted with
protective caps. Before piping, be sure to remove the caps. When removing the caps, carefully protect the threaded portion and sealing face from damage.
Connection of transmitter and impulse pipes
(1) When using the manifold valve, it should be fixed to the transmitter by tightening four oval
flange setbolts (7/16-20UNF), and then the impulse pipe should be connected to the manifold
valve. Tightening torque of 7/16-20UNF mounting bolt should be 30 to 40 N•m (3 to 4
kgf•m).
(2) If a manifold valve is not used, the impulse pipes can directly be screwed into the transmitter. If thread size does not match between the transmitter and impulse pipes, an oval flange
should be used. Tightening torque of 7/16-20UNF mounting bolt in an oval flange should
be 30 to 40 N•m (3 to 4 kgf•m).
Position of process taps (Horizontal main process piping)
The position of the process tap is determined by the relationship between the condition, characteristics and measuring point of the process fluid.
Note the following figures when planning and installing the piping.
Gas measurement
45°
Liquid measurement
45
Upper
Lower
Differential pressure
source is located upper
side of main process piping
Within 45°upward from
vertical direction
Steam measurement
Main process piping
°
Upper
45°
45°
Differential pressure
source is located lower
side of main process piping
Within 45° downward
from horizontal direction
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Differential pressure source
45°
45°
Lower
Differential pressure
source is located upper
side of main process piping
Within 45° upward from
horizontal direction
Typical examples of piping
Manifold valve
1
Flow measurement (in case of gas)
Impulse pipe
Place the transmitter above the differential pressure source.
Stop valve
Process pipe
Differencial pressure source (orifice)
Differencial pressure source (orifice)
2
Flow measurement (in case of liquid)
Place the transmitter below the differential pressure source.
Process pipe
Make piping so that gas in the impulse pipe is not
delivered to the transmitter, and incorporate gas
reservoirs as required.
Impulse pipe
Stop valve
Manifold valve
Stop valve
3
Process pipe
Flow measurement (in case of steam)
Set two condensers at the same height near the
process tap. Fill the line between the condensers
and transmitter with condensed water.
Install a drain port as required.
Condenser
Impulse pipe
Manifold valve
Process pipe
4
Pressure measurement (in case of liquid)
Zero point can be checked with a manifold valve
installed.
Pressure source
Atmospheric air inlet
Stop valve
Manifold valve
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Impulse pipe
Important
(1) Protection is required to prevent dust from entering through the atmospheric
air inlet after installation of the manifold valve.
(2) If process pressure range is narrow (below 10kPa (1000mmH2O)), the following should be considered.
• Pressure variation due to wind around atmospheric air inlet
• Temperature variation near process taps
• Difference in atmospheric pressure between process tap and transmitter
location.
To overcome this, provide atmospheric pressure-side pipe with a proper orifice
and consider accommodating the transmitter and atmospheric air inlet in a box.
5
Pressure measurement (in case of gas)
Mount the transmitter above the process pipes to
preventing moisture from entering the inside of
transmitter.
Manifold valve
Impulse pipe
Stop valve
Atmospheric
air inlet
6
Process pipe
Pressure source
Level measurement
(1) In case of wet leg:
For measurement, connect the highest liquid level tapping of tank with the low pressure side of transmitter, and the lowest liquid level tapping of tank with the high
pressure side of transmitter.
ρ1
Condensor
< Level calculation formula >
LRV: rH2 - r0H1
URV: rH2 + r1h - r0H1
Span (DP): r1h
LRV: Low limit of measurement (0% point)
URV: High limit of measurement (100% point) H
r0,r,r1: Density
H1, H2: Liquid level, h: Liquid level change
h
ρ
ρ0
Manifold
valve
1
Max. liquid
level
Min. liquid
level
H2
High
pressure
side
Low
pressure
side
(2) In case of dry leg:
For an open tank, leave the low pressure side of transmitter open to atmosphere.
< Level calculation formula >
LRV: rH1
URV: rH1 + r1h
Atomospheric
Span (DP): r1h
air inlet
LRV: Low limit of measurement (0% point)
URV: High limit of measurement (100% point)
Low
r,r1: Density
pressure
side
H1: Liquid level, h: Liquid level change
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ρ1
Max. liquid
level
h
ρ
Manifold
valve
H1
High
pressure
side
Min. liquid
level
Cautions on impulse piping
• For liquid, the impulse pipes should have an upward slope of 1/10 or more between the
process connection and the transmitter to prevent accumulation of gas, etc. in the detecting unit.
• For gas, the impulse pipes should have a downward slope of 1/10 or more between the
process connection and transmitter to prevent accumulation of moisture, etc. in the detecting unit.
• Do not bent the impulse pipes acutely near the pressure outlet port, to prevent gas or drain
from staying in the pipe.
• Take care not to apply an excessive force to the transmitter during connection.
• In order to prevent vibration of the transmitter body and capillary from interfering with
output, the transmitter body should be installed at a vibration-free place and the capillary
should be fixed to a stable support.
• The impulse pipes used should be suitable for the working temperature, pressure, etc.
• When the measuring fluid is likely to freeze in the cover of the measurement chamber,
the cover needs to be warmed up with steam or a heater.
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6.2.2 Piping of pressure transmitter type : FKP
Removal of protective cap
The process connection port of the transmitter is fitted with a protective cap. Before piping,
remove the cap carefully. When removing the cap, carefully protect the threaded portion and
sealing face from damage.
Connection of transmitter and impulse pipe
• Impulse pipe should directly be screwed into the transmitter.
• After connection, close the stop valve of transmitter in order to prevent foreign materials
from entering the inside.
Position of process taps (Horizontal main process piping)
The position of the process tap is determined by the relationship between condition, characteristics and measurement point of process fluid. Note the following figures when planning
and installing the piping.
Gas measurement
45°
45
Liquid measurement
Steam measurement
Main process piping
°
Upper
Lower
Upper
45°
45°
Pressure source
45°
45°
Lower
Pressure source is
located upper side of
main process piping
Pressure source is
located lower side of
main process piping
Pressure source is
located upper side of
main process piping
Within 45° upward from
vertical direction
Within 45° downward
from horizontal direction
Within 45° upward from
horizontal direction
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Typical examples of piping
1
Gas measurement
Manual valve
Impulse pipe
0
10
0
Place the transmitter above the pressure source.
20
40
60
80
Stop valve
Pressure source
2
Liquid measurement
Process pipe
Pressure source
Stop valve
Impulse pipe
0
10
0
Place the transmitter below the pressure source.
Make piping so that gas in the process pipe is not
delivered to the transmitter, and incorporate gas
reservoirs as required.
This is required for preventing gas from remaining in the impulse pipe and transmitter.
3
Process pipe
20
40
60
80
Manual valve
Pressure source
Steam measurement
Place the transmitter below the pressure source.
Stop valve
Impulse pipe
0
10
0
20
40
60
80
Manual valve
Cautions on impulse piping
• For liquid, the impulse pipe should have an upward slope of 1/10 or more between the
process connection and transmitter to prevent accumulation of gas, etc. in the detecting
unit.
• For gas, the impulse pipe should have a downward slope of 1/10 or more between process
connection and transmitter to prevent accumulation of moisture, etc. in the detecting unit.
• Avoid any sharp bends in impulse pipe which may cause gas or moisture to accumulate in
the impulse pipe.
CAUTION
The impulse pipe used should be suitable for the working temperature, pressure,
etc.
• Take care not to apply an excessive force to the transmitter during its connection.
• When the measurement fluid is likely to freeze in the cover of measurement chamber, the
cover needs to be warmed up with steam or a heater.
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6.2.3 Piping of level transmitter type : FKP for open tank
Seal on mounting flange face
When mounting the flange on the pressure side, a gasket should be inserted as
follows.
Transmitter flange
Process side flange
0
10
0
20
40
60
80
Gasket
Important On the projection type, be sure to use a gasket with an internal diameter larger
than the flange to prevent the gasket form touching the seal diaphragm.
Connecting method of the mounting flange
Thighten bolts of mounting flange and process flange in a diagonal order and
about three cycles.
Removal of protective cap from process connection port
The process connection port on the low pressure side is fitted with a protective
cap. Before piping, remove the cap carefully. When removing the cap,
carrefully protect the threaded portion and sealing face from damage.
Connection of transmitter and impulse pipe
After connection, close the stop valve of the transmitter in order to prevent
foreign materials from entering the inside.
Typical example of piping
Level measurement of open tank
Leave the below pressure side of the transmitter open to atmosphere.
Level circulation formula
LRV = ρ.H1
URV = ρ.(H1+h)
ρ
H1
0
80
100
52
60
H1 = Liquid level
h = liquid level change
h
40
URV = high limit of measurement (100%)
ρ = measuring liquid density
20
LRV = low limit of measurement (0%)
Caution of installation
• Restriction on H1
Liquid level is not proportional to the transmitter output at some points inside
the seal diaphragm.
Therefore, H1 should be set higher than the value shown in the table below.
• In order to prevent vibration, the transmitter body should be installed at a
vibration-free place.
• Do not shock the seal diaphragm by hitting hard object against it, for example.
• Take care not to apply an excessive force to the flange during connection.
Minimum value of H1
Flange size
DN40 / 1 1/2”
DN50 / 2”
DN80 / 3”
DN100 / 4”
Important
Non projection type
30mm
30mm
55mm
55mm
Projection type
30mm
40mm
55mm
It should be noted that leakage of fluid from the wetted parts would affect
the performance due to the progress of corrosion.
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7
WIRING
Cautions on wiring
(1) Application of a voltage exceeding 60 V DC or 40 V AC (exceeding 32 V DC or 23 V AC
when arrester equipped) between “+” and “–” terminals may result in damage to the transmitter.
(2) Use a shielded cable for the transmission line where possible.
(3) Avoid installation of signal cable and power cable in same conduit or cable tray in order to
prevent increased noise. Also, do not bring the signal cable close to large electrical equipment.
DANGER
In case of an explosionproof arrangement, wiring shall be made in accordance with
the relevant regulations to ensure the explosionproofing.
7.1 Wiring procedure
CAUTION
• Before making wiring work, be sure to turn OFF the main power to prevent
electric shocks.
• Use wiring materials of correct rating to prevent fire accidents.
• After installing the transmitter, firmly close the covers of the transmission unit
and terminal box. If not, rain water enter the transmitter which may result in
trouble or incorrect operation.
Sealing of conduit connection
Use sealing tape, if using metal pipe screw coupling or rubber gasket and fastening gland in the
case of cable (OD ø11) <0.43"> to ensure airtightness of the connection box.
Important
1. If the connection box is located above the transmitter when using a protective tube for the wiring, then moisture may enter the protective tube and have
an adverse effect on the transmitter. So maintaining airtightness of the
connection box is an important practice.
2. The thread of conduit tube should meet the selected size and a seal fixture
should be used.
Cable
Metal
pipe
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Terminal block connection diagram
Tighten the terminal screws (M4 x10) to a torque of approximately 1.5 N•m (15 kgf•cm) <11ftlb> so that the wires will not loosen.
After connection, fasten the cover until it does not turn.
Terminal
–
CK
–
+
CK
+
10.5 ~ 45 V DC (Analog type)
16.1 ~ 45 V DC (Smart type)
Conveter
Output DC4 ~ 20mA
When using an external field indicator
For direct connection to an external field indicator, connect the “+” and “–” sides of the field
indicator to CK+ and CK– of the transmitter as shown below.
Use an external field indicator with internal resistance of 12W or less.
–
+
4 ~ 20mA DC
–
CK
–
+
CK
+
10.5 ~ 45 V DC (Analog type)
16.1 ~ 45 V DC (Smart type)
Converter
Output DC4 ~ 20mA
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Things convenient to know beforehand
When using conduit connection at the top
For wiring from the top conduit connection, use the following procedure.
(1)
Remove the screw plug of the top conduit connection.
(2)
Screw the removed screw plug into the bottom conduit connection.
(3)
Insert the cable from the top and connect it.
Hexagon key
wrench
Flash screw
Important
• The unused conduit connection is of great importance to flameproofing and
moisture prevention. So be sure to tighten the flush screw and packing into
the connection.
• When performing an insulation check after wiring, use a Megger (insulation
resistance meter) of 250 V DC or less and avoid applying a high voltage. If an
arrester is equipped, avoid the insulation resistance test and the dielectric
strength measurement.
7.2 Power voltage and load resistance
Make sure the load resistance of the wiring connected to the loop is within the range shown below.
CAUTION
Connect power source of correct rating. Use of power source in excess of the
rating may cause a fire.
Load resistance ( )
1533
Note
600
Operating
zone
250
0
10.5
16.1
24
45
Power voltage (Vdc)
Note) For communication with HHC, the smart type requires load resistance 250 Ω as
minimum.
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7.3 Grounding
CAUTION
The transmitter must be grounded. Otherwise, it may cause electric shocks or
incorrect operation.
Grounding terminals are provided at two places (at the inside of terminal box and on the side of
conduit connection).
By any of the methods given below, ground the transmitter in compliance with the relevant stipulation in the standard on explosionproof installation (for example, grounding resistance 100 Ω or
less by one of the methods given below). In case of intrinsically safe and flameproof installation,
be sure to use the ground terminal for grounding.
Grounding of transmitter casing
–
CK
+
CK
–
Grounding from ground terminal
+
External grounding terminal
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8
SPARE PARTS
A-5
A-41
A-6
A-39
A-40
A-12
A-2
58
A-20A
A-11A
A-24A
A-13A
A-10
A-40
12
28
A-12A
A-31A
B-14
A-5A
A-5
B-16
B-9
A-3
B-8
A-1
B1~5
B-12
B-16
C1~4
B-17
C-17
C-7
This diagram shows main parts of the differential pressure transmitter, pressure transmitter.
For details, contact our office.
No.
Parts No.
Part Name
Q’ty
Material
Remarks
A-1
* ZZPFCX4-A010
Cover
1
Aluminium alloy Blue
ADC12
A-2
* ZZPFCX4-A020
Cover
1
Aluminium alloy Blue
ADC12
A-3
* ZZPFCX4-A030
Cover ass'y
1
Aluminium alloy With indicator
ADC12
A-5
* ZZPFCX4-A050
Indicator
1
Analog, 0 to 100% linear
* ZZPFCX4-A051
Indicator
1
Analog, 0 to 100% square-root
* ZZPFCX4-A052
Indicator
1
Analog, dual scale
* ZZPFCX4-A053
Indicator
1
Analog, actual scale
* ZZPFCX4-A054
Indicator
1
LCD Meter
* ZZPFCX4-A054A Indicator kit
1
A-5A
* ZZPFCX4-A05A
Unit name plate
1
A-6
* ZZPFCX4-A061
Amplifier unit
1
A-9
* ZZPFCX1-A091
Switch over plug
1
A-10
* ZZPFKK1-A101
Electronics housing
1
Aluminium alloy With Pg13.5 connection
ADC12
* ZZPFKK1-A102
Electronics housing
1
Aluminium alloy With NPT1/2 connection
ADC12
* ZZPFKK1-A103
Electronics housing
1
Aluminium alloy With M20 x 1.5 connection
ADC12
1
Plug for Pg13.5 connection.
* ZZPFCX4-A123A Plug
1
Plug for M20 x 1.5 connection.
* ZZPFCX1-A122
Plug
1
Stainless steel
* ZZPFCX4-A121
Plug
1
Aluminium alloy Plug for Pg13.5 connection.
ADC12
* ZZPFCX4-A123
Plug
1
Aluminium alloy Plug for M20 x 1.5 connection.
ADC12
A-13A * ZZPFCX4-A132
Terminal block unit
1
Round washer type.
* ZZPFCX4-A133
Terminal block unit
1
Wire retaining washer type.
* ZZPFCX4-A134
Terminal block unit
1
Round washer type with arrester.
* ZZPFCX4-A135
Terminal block unit
1
Wire retaining washer type with arrester.
A-12A * ZZPFCX4-A121A Plug kit
A-12
LCD Indicator type
Normal/Reverse action switch over plug.
Plug for NPT1/2 connection.
A-20A * ZZPFCX1-A200A Cable gland kit
1
A-24A * ZZPFKK1-A240A Fastener kit
1
A-31A * ZZPFCX1-A310A Hex. socket screw kit
2
Minimum order q’ty 10 pcs.
A-39
* ZZPFCX2-A390
Blank name plate
1
Standard (Minimum order q’ty 5 pcs.)
A-40
* ZZPFCX1-A400
Rivet
4
Minimum order q’ty 50 pcs.
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No.
Parts No.
Part Name
Q’ty
B-1~5
––––––––
Detecting unit
(Differential pressure and Flow)
1
* ZZPFCX4-B080
O-ring
2
Viton
* ZZPFCX4-B081
Square section gasket
2
Teflon
* ZZPFCX4-B091
Cover
2
SCS14
S
B-8
B-9
Material
Remarks
Contact our office for inquiry

 Minimum order q’ty 10 pcs.

4th digit of
type code
* ZZPFCX4-B093
Cover
2
SCS14
T,X
* ZZPFCX4-B095
Cover
2
SCS14
V,W
B-12A * ZZPFHC1-B122
Vent/drain kit
2
B-14
* ZZPFHC1-B143
Bolt/Nut kit
4
C.S.
* ZZPFHC1-B144
Bolt/Nut kit
4
Stainless steel
Up to 10MPa {100kgf/cm2}
* ZZPFHC1-B145
Bolt/Nut kit
4
Stainless steel
Up to 14MPa {140kgf/cm2}
B-16
* ZZPFHC1-B160
O-ring
1
Chloroprene
Minimum order q’ty 10 pcs.
B-17
* ZZPFHK1-B171
Mounting bracket kit
1
Stainless steel
C-1~4
––––––––
Detecting unit
(Pressure)
1
* ZZPFHP1-C071
Adapter
1
Stainless steel
Rc1/2
* ZZPFHP1-C072
Adapter
1
Stainless steel
NPT1/4
* ZZPFHP1-C171
Mounting bracket kit
1
Stainless steel
C-7
C-17
NPT1/4
Contact our office for inquiry
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A1
BUILT-IN ARRESTER
General
An arrester is used to protect a transmitter or receiver from an abnormal voltage such as lightning
surges induced into signal lines. A built-in type arrester is mounted behind the terminal unit. A
nameplate marked “with arrester” is attached to the terminal unit of transmitter with a built-in
arrester.
Installation
The built-in arrester should be used in combination with panel mounting type arrester (type PXC)
for distributor protection.
+
1
2
1–
PXC
5
–
Transmitter
(with arrester)
E
PWM
6
Panel mounting
type arrester
1+
E
Distributor
Grounding
Since transmitter and arrester groundings are internally connected together, user have only to
connect the external grounding terminals to ground.
Grounding terminal must be used, in case of the explosionproof or intrinsic safety type
transmitter.
FCX-C series transmitter
Grounding terminal
External grounding terminal
–
CK
–
+
CK
+
External grounding terminal
Important
1. Grounding resistance should be 100W or less.
2. Avoid common grounding with a lightning rod.
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Maintenance
♦ Check of arrester
• Measure output current from the transmitter check terminals and output current to flow into
transmitter (see figures below).
When current is measured with an ammeter connected to CK+ and CK- terminals, the
internal resistance of the ammeter should be 12Ω or less.
• If the measured two output current are the same, the arrester is normal.
• In case the measured values have a difference of 0.1% (0.016mA) or more, the arrester is
not functioning.
• In the above case, the arrester unit (terminal unit) should be replaced with a new one.
♦ Limitation of insulation resistance and dielectric strength test
An insulation resistance and dielectric strength test should be avoided as a rule, since it
may damage the arrester.
Output measurement at check terminals
Digital voltmeter
To CK +
To CK –
Standard resistor
(1 or 10Ω)
Output measurement outside transmitter
* Disconnect the wire from the - (minus)
terminal and connect the measurement device a
shown below.
To (–) terminal
To (+) terminal
DC power To (+) side wiring
supply
To (–) side
wiring
Standard resistance
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Digital voltmeter
A2
CALIBRATION
Preparation for calibration
The transmitter should be calibrated in a calibration room. For calibration of each transmitter, the
following devices are required.
o Pressure source and pressure measuring equipment (should have as high an accuracy as possible)
* Measurable ranges are listed in the table below.
o Power supply : DC power supply (24 V DC) or Fuji Electric FC series power supply unit
(type PXJ or PXL)
o Load resistor : Standard resistor 250 Ω (within ±0.0125 Ω)
o Measuring device : Digital voltmeter (capable of measuring transmitter output with an
accuracy better than 0.1%)
* Use meter having a 5-digit display.
o Hand Held Communicator (HHC) type FXW
* For use with smart type
Differential pressure range of FKK
Smart type
Differential pressure range
[kPa] {mmH2O} <inH2O>
0.375~6 {37.5~600} <1.5~24>
2~32 {200~3200} <8~125>
8.125~130 {812.5~13000} <32.5~520>
31.25~500 {3125~50000} <4.375~70psi>
125~2000 {12500~200000} <17.5~280psi>
Pressure range of FKP
Smart type
Pressure range
[kPa] {bar} <psi>
8.125~130 {0.08125~1.3} <1.188~19>
31.25~500 {0.3125~5} <4.375~70>
187.5~3000 {1.875~30} <26.875~430>
625~10000 {6.25~100} <93.75~1500>
Pressure range of FKH
Smart type
Pressure range
[kPa] {bar} <psi>
8.125~130 {0.08125~1.3} <1.188~19>
31.25~500 {0.3125~5} <4.375~70>
187.5~3000 {1.875~30} <26.875~430>
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Calibration procedure
(1) Make wiring according to the diagram below.
Connect DC power supply (power source), digital voltmeter (measuring device), standard
resistance and HHC (Hand Held Communicator):
When current is measured with an ammeter connected to CK+ and CK- terminals, the internal
resistance of the ammeter should be 12Ω or less.
HHC
Digital voltmeter
DC power supply
Load resistance
Standard resistance
Important
For communication with the HHC, a load resistor of 250Ω is necessary.
(2) Calibration of output circuit (D/A)
Calibrate the output circuit with reference to “Calibration of output circuit” (page 20) in “ADJUSTMENT ”.
(3) Zero/span adjustment
Refer to “Zero/span adjustment” (page 35) in Section 7.
(4) Accuracy test
Apply input pressures in the order of 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, 75%, 50%, 25% and 0%,
and read output at each input pressure.
Make sure the difference between each output value and input pressure (%) is within the
accuracy rating listed in the table below.
The voltage values in the table are dependent on use of “DC power supply + standard resistor
250Ω + digital voltmeter (measuring device).
Accuracy
Measurement category
Reference value
Percent display (%)
0, 25, 50, 75, 100
±0.1
±0.2
Current measurement (mA)
4, 8, 12, 16, 20
±0.016
±0.032
Voltage measurement (V)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
±0.004
±0.008
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Accuracy:0.1% Accuracy:0.2%
A3
PARAMETER SETTING PRIOR TO DELIVERY
The damping value (time constant), function of zero/span adjust screw, output current mode, indicator
scale, cut point, mode below cut point and burnout, have been set prior to delivery as shown in the
following.
No.
1
2
Item
Contents of parameter
Damping value
No Damping
(time constant)
(= measuring period)
Zero adjust
Zero point adjustment possible
screw function
Current output mode
To be set by designation
when ordering (Note 2)
3
Digital indicator scale
To be set by designating type
(9th digit of code
symbols)
when ordering
Cut point
4
7.07%
(square-root extraction
mode setting)
Mode below cut point
5
Linear
(square-root setting)
6
Burnout
7
Linearization function
To be set by designation
when ordering ( Note 3)
Invalid
Note 1: For span adjustment, HHC should be used. HHC can also be used for zero adjustment.
Note 2: In both the differential pressure transmitter and remote seal type, the output current mode is
set in linear unless it is designated.
Note 3: Burnout direction is selectable from HHC, Hold, Over scale (20.8 to 21.6), under scale (3.2 to
3.8mA).
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A4 HAZARDOUS LOCATION INSTALLATION INFORMATION
This appendix contains one table and four drawings that present installation instruction for the FCX-A/C
Series Transmitter in a hazardous location. Refer to these figures when installing or servicing a
transmitter mounted in a hazardous location.
When installed the apparatus MUST be provided with a voltage limiting device which will prevent the
rated voltage of 45V being exceeded.
Table 1 BASEEFA Certificate numbers of FCX-A/C series transmitter
Item
Certificate number
Transmitter
Intrinsically Safety
Ex95D2444
Transmitter
Type N
Ex95Y4446X
FXW
Intrinsically Safety
Ex90C2370X
FXE
Intrinsically Safety
Ex93C2154
System
Intrinsically safety
Ex95D2445
Transmitter
Flameproof
FCX-A:
Ex96Y1003
FCX-C:
Ex96Y1002
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CK–
–
+
–
CK–
CK+
FXE
FXE
CK+ +
CK+
Shunt Bar
CK–
CK– –
+
–
FXE
FXE
– CK–
+ CK+
n2
Field Indicator (FXE)
CK+ +
CK– –
– CK–
+ CK+
N = (n1 + n2 ) <
= 3 (for IIC, IIB, IIA)
FXE
FXE
<3
=
0.085
0.265
0.715
IIC
IIB
IIA
Capacitance [µF]
N
Group
Ex
440
165
55
<
=3
N: Number of field indicator (FXE) <
=3
15.6
5.6
1.6
<
=3
Inductance [mH] or L/R Ratio [µH/Ω]
Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.
FCX-A/C Series Transmitter System
SYST BAS No. EX 95D2445
System Label
Table 1: Cable Parameters
(See Note 3)
BARRIER
(See Note 4)
NON-HAZARDOUS AREA APPARATUS
Which is unspecified except that it must
not be supplied from nor contain under
normal or abnormal conditions, a source
of potential with respect to earth in excess
of 250 volts RMS or 250 volts DC.
Non-hazardous Area
Figure 1. FCX-A/C Series transmitter, Intrinsically Safe Installation for BASEEFA
The output current of the barrier must be limited by a resistor “R” that;
Imax; out = Uz / R
4. Any shunt zenor diode safety barrier certified by an EEC Approved Body to [EEx ia] IIC
having the following maximum parameters;
Uz = 28 Vdc, Imax;out = 93 mAdc, Wmax;out = 0.65 W
3. The installation, including barrier earthing arrengements, must comply with the installation
requirements of the country of use.
e.g. in the U.K., BS 5345: Part 4:1977
2. The capacitance and inductance of the hazardous area cables must not exceed the values
shown in Table 1.
1. The electrical circuit in the hazardous area must be capable of withstanding an A.C. test
voltage of 500 volts rms to earth of frame of the apparatus for one minute.
Notes:
CK+
+
FXE
Field Indicator
BAS No. Ex 93C2154
EEx ia IIC T4 (Ta<
=85°C)
EEx ia IIC T5 (Ta<
=50°C)
FCX-A/C Series Transmitter
BAS No. Ex 95D2444
<85°C)
EEx ia IIC T4 (Ta=
<40°C)
EEx ia IIC T5 (Ta=
Field Indicator (FXE)
n1
FXW
The HART Communicator
Measurement Technology Ltd.
Hand Held Communicator
Communicator
BAS No. Ex 90C2370X
BAS No. Ex 92C2516
or
or
EEx ia IIC T3 (Ta<
MTL611 BAS No. Ex 91C2323
=85°C)
EEx ia IIC T4 (Ta<
CNF61 BAS No. Ex 91C2071
=40°C)
Hazardous Area
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