SMART POSITIONER YT-3400 / 3450 SERIES

SMART POSITIONER YT-3400 / 3450 SERIES
SMART POSITIONER
YT-3400 / 3450 SERIES
PRODUCT MANUAL
VERSION 1.03
Contents
1. Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………………………
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1.1 General information for the users ……………………………………………………………….
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1.2 Manufacturer Warranty ……………………………………………………………………………
4
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3
2. Product Description …………………………………………………………………………………..
5
2.1 General ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
5
2.2 Main Features and Functions …………………………………………………………………….
5
1.3 Explosion Proof Warning
2.3 Label Description ………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
2.4 Product Number ……………………………………………………………………………………
6
2.5 Product Specification ……………………………………………………………………………… 7
2.6 Parts and Assembly ……………………………………………………………………………….. 8
2.7 Product Dimension ………………………………………………………………………………… 8
2.7.1
YT-3400 / 3450L…………………………………………………………………………
8
2.7.2
YT-3400 / 3450R………………………………………………………………………… 9
3. Installation ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9
3.1 Safety ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 9
3.2 YT-3400 / 3450L Installation ……………………………………………………………………… 9
3.2.1
Installation Steps ………………………………………………………………………... 10
3.3 YT-3400 / 3450R Installation ……………………………………………………………………… 12
3.3.1
Bracket Information ……………………………………………………………………... 12
3.3.2
Installation Steps ………………………………………………………………………… 13
4. Connections …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 14
4.1 Safety ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 14
4.2 Supply Pressure Condition ……………………………………………………………………….. 14
4.3 Piping Condition ……………………………………………………………………………………. 14
4.4 Connection – Actuator ……………………………………………………………………………... 14
4.4.1
Single acting actuator …………………………………………………………………… 14
4.4.2
Double acting actuator ………………………………………………………………….. 15
4.5 Connection – Power ……………………………………………………………………………….. 15
4.5.1
Safety ……………………………………………………………………………………... 15
4.5.2
Terminal Overview ………………………………………………………………………. 16
4.5.2.1
Input Signal Terminal …………………………………………………………. 16
4.5.2.2
Feedback Signal Terminal …………………………………………………… 16
4.5.2.3
Limit Switch Terminal …………………………………………………………. 17
4.5.2.4
Ground …………………………………………………………………………. 17
5. Adjustment ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 18
5.1 Limit Switch Adjustment …………………………………………………………………………… 18
5.2 Variable Orifice Adjustment ………………………………………………………………………. 18
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6. Operation ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 19
6.1 Safety ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19
6.2 Button Description ………………………………………………………………………………… 19
6.3 Run Mode (RUN) ………………………………………………………………………………….. 19
6.3.1
Auto Calibration (AUTO CAL) …………………………………………………………. 20
6.3.1.1
AUTO1 Calibration (AUTO1) ……………………………………………….. 20
6.3.1.2
AUTO2 Calibration (AUTO2) ……………………………………………….. 20
6.3.1.3
AUTO3 Calibration (AUTO3) ……………………………………………….. 21
6.3.2
Manual Mode (MANUAL) ……………………………………………………………… 21
6.3.3
Parameter Mode (PARAM) ……………………………………………………………. 21
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.3.1
Dead-Zone (dEAdZONE) …………………………………………………… 21
6.3.3.2
P1 Value (KP1) ………………………………………………………………. 22
6.3.3.3
D1 Value (Kd1) ……………………………………………………………….. 22
6.3.3.4
P2 (KP2) and D2 (Kd2) Values ……………………………………………… 23
6.3.3.5
P_ (KP_) and D_ (Kd_) Values ……………………………………………… 23
6.3.3.6
PT1 (PT1) and PT2 (PT2) Values …………………………………………... 23
6.3.3.7
Period T (PERIOD T) …………………………………………………………. 23
6.3.3.8
Auto DZ (AUTO dZ) …………………………………………………………... 23
Hand Calibration Mode (HAND CAL) …………………………………………………. 24
6.3.4.1
Zero-Point (PV_ZERO) and End-Point (PV_END) for Valves …………… 24
6.3.4.2
Zero-Point (TR_ZERO) and End-Point (TR_END) for Transmitter …….. 24
6.3.4.3
End-Point Ratio for Valve (PE_TRIM) ……………………………………… 25
6.3.4.4
Normal / Reverse Feedback Signal (TR_NORM / REV) ………………… 25
6.3.4.5
Normal / Reverse HART Signal (HT_NORM / REVS) …………………… 26
Valve Mode (VALVE) ……………………………………………………………………. 26
6.3.5.1
Acting Adjustment (ACT) …………………………………………………….. 26
6.3.5.2
Characteristic Adjustment (CHAR) …………………………………………. 26
6.3.5.3
User Characteristics (USER SET) ………………………………………….. 27
6.3.5.4
Tight Shut Open (TSHUT OP) ………………………………………………. 27
6.3.5.5
Tight Shut Close (TSHUT CL) ………………………………………………. 28
6.3.5.6
Split Range Mode (SPLIT) …………………………………………………… 28
6.3.5.7
Custom Zero Setting Mode (CST ZERO) …………………………………..28
6.3.5.8
Custom End Setting Mode (CST ENd) ……………………………………..28
6.3.5.9
Interpolation Mode (ITP OFF / ON) …………………………………………. 29
View Mode (VIEW) ……………………………………………………………………….29
7. Error and Warning Code ………………………………………………………………………………. 30
7.1 Error Code ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 30
7.2 Warning Code ……………………………………………………………………………………… 31
8. PST (Partial Stroke Test)……………………………………………………………………………….. 35
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8.1 Run Mode (RUN) ………………………………………………………………………………….. 33
8.2 Run Mode (RUN) ………………………………………………………………………………….. 34
8.3 How to run PST on the field device………...…………………………………………………….. 35
8.3.1
Set PST Configuration …………………………………………………………………. 35
8.3.2
Set PST Mode …………………..………………………………………………………. 35
8.3.3
Check PST Result …….………..………………………………………………………. 35
8.4 How to run PST on the HART communication………………………………………………….. 36
8.4.1
Set PST Configuration …………………………………………………………………. 36
8.4.2
Set PST Mode …………………..………………………………………………………. 36
8.4.3
Check PST Result …….………..………………………………………………………. 36
9. Main Software Map …………………………………………………………………………………….. 37
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1. Introduction
1.1
General Information for the users
Thank you for purchasing Young Tech Co., Ltd products.
Each product has been fully
inspected after its production to offer you the highest quality and reliable performance.
Please read the product manual carefully prior to installing and commission the product.
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For the safety, it is important to follow the instructions in the manual.
Young Tech Co.,
Ltd will not be responsible for any damages caused by user’s negligence.
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The manual should be provided to the end-user.
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Any modifications or repairs to the product may only be performed if expressed in this
manual.
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The manual can be altered or revised without any prior notice.
Any changes in
product’s specification, design, and/or any components may not be printed immediately
but until the following revision of the manual.
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The manual should not be duplicated or reproduced for any purpose without prior
approval from Young Tech Co., Ltd, Gimpo-si, South Korea.
1.2
Manufacturer Warranty
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For the safety, it is important to follow the instructions in the manual.
Manufacturer will
not be responsible for any damages caused by user’s negligence.
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Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damages or accidents as a result of any
alteration or modification of the product and its parts.
If any alteration or modifications
are necessary, please contact Young Tech Co., Ltd directly.
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Manufacturer warrants the product from the date of original purchase of the product for
eighteen (18) months, except as otherwise stated.
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Manufacturer warranty will not cover products that have been subjected to abuse,
accidents, alterations, modifications, tampering, negligence, misuse, faulty installation,
lack of reasonable care, repair or service in any way that is not contemplated in the
documentation for the product, or if the model or serial number has been altered,
tampered with, defaced or removed; damages that occurs in shipment, due to act of
God, failure due to power surge, or cosmetic damage.
Improper or incorrectly
performed maintenance will void this limited warranty.
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1.3
For detailed warranty information, please contact Young Tech Co., Ltd – South Korea.
Explosion Proof Warning
Please ensure the unit is being used and installed within the explosion proof certified
environment.
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YT-3400/3450 series explosion proof grade is Ex d IIC T6 and can be used in zone 1
and 2.
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Explosion proof type of cables and gaskets should be used, when explosion gases are
present at the installation site.
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Power should be turned off completely when opening product’s cover. When opening
the cover, ensure that there is no power remaining in any electrical parts nearby.
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YT-3400 series has 2 ports for power connection.
packing should be used.
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Explosion proof type wires and
Blind plug is required when any port is not being used.
Cable rug with surface area of more than 0.195mm 2 with M4 spring washer should be
used to connect the power.
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For external ground terminal, cable rug with surface area of more than 5.5mm 2 should
be used.
2. Product Description
2.1
General
YT-3400/3450 series Smart Valve Positioner accurately controls valve stroke in response to
an input signal of 4-20mA from the controller.
Built-in micro-processor optimizes the
positioner’s performance and provides unique functions such as Auto-Calibration, PID
Control, Alarms, and HART Protocol Communications.
2.2
Main Features and Functions
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LCD display enables users to monitor the positioner status.
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Positioner operates normally during sudden changes in supply pressure and / or high
vibration environment.
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Low air consumption level and low voltage use (8.5 V) yield to lower plant operating
costs. The YT-3400/3450 is compatible with most of controllers.
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Variable orifice can be used to minimize the hunting occurrence and optimize operating
conditions.
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Valve system feedback is greatly improved by the accuracy and fast response of the YT3400/3450.
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Different valve characteristics can be adjusted – Linear, Quick Open, Equal Percentage,
and Custom which user can make 16 points characterizations.
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Tight Shut – Close and Shut - Open can be set.
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PID parameters can be adjusted in the field without any additional communicator.
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A/M switch can be used to direct supply air to the actuator or to manually operate the
positioner or valve.
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Split range 4-12mA or 12-20mA can be set.
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Operating temperature is -40 ~ 85’C.
YT-3400/3450 series
2.3
Label Description
Fig. 1: YT-3400/3450 Body Label
A.
Model:
B.
Supply:
C. Amb. Temp.:
D. Input Signal:
E.
Protection of Enclosure:
F.
Explosion Proof:
2.4
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Indicates the model number of the positioner.
Indicates the supply pressure range.
Indicates the allowable ambient temperature.
Indicates input signal range.
Indicates protection grade.
Indicates certified explosion proof grade.
Product Number
YT-3400/3450 series
2.5
Product Specification
Model
Acting Type
YT-3400/3450L
Single
YT-3400/3450R
Double
Single
Double
Input Signal
4~20mA DC
Minimum Current Signal
3.2mA(Standard), 3.8mA(Hart Included)
Supply Pressure
0.14~0.7 MPa (1.4~7 bar)
Stroke
10~150 mm
0~90°
Impedance
Max.460Ω @ 20mA DC
Air Connection
PT, NPT 1/4
Gauge Connection
PT, NPT 1/8
Conduit Entry
PF(G) 1/2
Protection Grade
IP66
Explosion Proof
Ex d IIC T6
Operating Temp. :-30~80℃
Ambient Temperature
Explosion Proof Temp. : -40~70℃(T6) / -40~85℃(T5)
Linearity
±0.5% F.S.
Hysteresis
0.5% F.S.
Sensitivity
±0.2% F.S
Repeatability
±0.3% F.S.
Flow Capacity
70 LPM (Sup.=0.14 MPa)
Air Consumption
0.01 LPM (Sup.=0.14 MPa @ idle)
Output Characteristic
Linear, Quick Open, EQ%, User Set (16 point)
Vibration
No Resonance upto 100Hz @ 6G
Humidity
5-95% RH @ 40℃
Communication (Option)
HART Communication
Feedback Signal (Option)
4~20mA (DC 10~30V)
Material
Aluminum Diecasting
Weight
Painting
3.0kg <YT-3400>
Epoxy Polyestere Powder Coating
Tested under ambient temperature of 20’C, absolute pressure of 760mmHg, and humidity of 65%.
specification.
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6.0 kg <YT-3450>
* Explosion proof certification is in progress.
YT-3400/3450 series
Please contact Young Tech Co., Ltd for detailed testing
2.6
Parts and Assembly
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1
4
6
2
8
10
7
5
Fig. 2:
YT-3400/3450 series exploded view
1. Pilot Cover
6.
2. Pilot Unit
7.
3. Main Cover
8.
4. Main PCB
9.
5. Feedback Lever
10.
2.7
Product Dimension
2.7.1
YT-3400/3450L
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Potentiometer
Main Body
Terminal PCB
Terminal Cover
Manifold
YT-3400/3450 series
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2.7.2
YT-3400/3450R
3. Installation
3.1
Safety
When installing a positioner, please ensure to read and follow safety instructions.
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Any input or supply pressures to valve, actuator, and / or to other related devices must
be turned off.
3.2
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Use bypass valve or other supportive equipment to avoid entire system “shut down”.
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Ensure there is no remaining pressure in the actuator.
YT-3400/3450L Installation
YT-3400/3450L should be installed on linear motion valves such as globe or gate type which
uses spring return type diaphragm or piston actuators.
installation, ensure following components are available.
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Positioner unit
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Feedback lever and lever spring
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Flange nut (bottom side of YT-3400/3450L)
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4 pcs x hexagonal headed bolts (M8 x 1.25P)
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4 pcs x M8 plate washer
YT-3400/3450 series
Before proceeding with the
3.2.1
Installation Steps
1. Proper bracket must be made in order to adapt the positioner on the actuator yoke.
Please consider following important points when a bracket is being designed.
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Positioner’s feedback lever must be parallel to the ground at 50% of the valve stroke.
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Feedback lever connection with the pin of the actuator clamp should be installed in
such a way that the valve stroke length coincides with the corresponding figure in
“mm” marked on the feedback lever.
Improper setting may cause poor linearity and
may create unnecessary hunting during the operation.
2. Assemble the positioner with the bracket made in previous
step by fastening the bolts.
Please refer to the backside of
the positioner for size of the bolts.
M8 x 1.25P.
The standard bolt size is
Please contact Young Tech Co., Ltd for other
bolt sizes.
3. Attach the positioner with bracket to the actuator yoke – DO NOT TIGHTEN
POSITIONER COMPLETELY.
4. Connect positioner’s feedback lever to the actuator
clamp.
6.5mm.
The hole gap on the feedback lever is
The connection pin’s outer diameter
should be less than 6.3mm.
5. Connect supply pressure to the actuator temporarily.
Supply enough supply pressure to
the actuator in order to position the actuator clamp at 50% of the total valve stroke.
6. Insert connection pin into the feedback lever.
The pin should be inserted when the
actuator clamp is at 50% of the total valve stroke.
Proper way to connect feedback lever, connection pin, and lever spring
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7. Check if feedback lever is parallel to the ground at 50% of the valve stroke.
parallel, adjust the bracket or feedback link bar to make parallel.
If it is not
Improper installation
may cause poor linearity and may create unnecessary hunting during the operation.
8. Check the valve stroke.
positioner.
The stroke marks are indicated on the feedback lever of the
Position the connection pin at the number on the feedback lever which
corresponds to the desired valve stroke.
To adjust, move the bracket, the connection
pin or both.
Fig. 3:
Pin Insertion when valve stroke is 40mm (up) and is 90mm (bottom)
9. After installing the positioner, operate the valve from 0% to 100% stroke by using direct
air to the actuator (manual position).
On both 0% and 100%, the feedback lever should
not touch the lever stopper, which is located on the backside of the positioner.
If the
feedback lever touches the stopper, the positioner should be installed further away from
the yoke.
Fig. 4:
Feedback lever should not touch lever stopper 0% ~ 100% valve stroke.
10. After the installation, tighten all of the bolts on the bracket, the feedback lever, and the
connection pin.
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3.3
YT-3400/3450R Installation
YT-3400/3450R should be installed on rotary motion valve such as ball or butterfly type
which uses rack and pinion, scotch yoke or other type of actuators which stem rotates 90
degrees.
Before proceeding with the installation, ensure following components are
available.
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Positioner unit
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Fork lever and lever spring
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Standard rotary bracket (included with the positioner)
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4 pcs x hexagonal headed bolts (M8 x 1.25P)
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4 pcs x M8 plate washer
Fig. 5:
3.3.1
Fork lever type (left) and NAMUR lever type (right)
Bracket information
Standard bracket (included with the positioner) contains two components.
be used for both fork lever and NAMUR lever type.
actuator with 20mm stem height (H).
bracket must be adjusted.
The bracket is designed to fit onto the
If actuator’s stem height (H) is 30mm or 50mm,
Please refer to below table how to adjust the bracket.
Markings of bolt holes
Actuator stem
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The bracket can
height (H)
A-L
B-L
A-R
B-R
20mm
H : 20
H : 20, 30
H : 20
H : 20, 30
30mm
H : 30
H : 20, 30
H : 30
H : 20, 30
50mm
H : 50
H : 50
H : 50
H : 50
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3.3.2
Installation Steps
1. Please check the actuator’s stem height and adjust the bracket by
referring to the bracket table.
2. Attached the bracket onto the actuator.
bolts will not be loosen from vibration.
It is recommended to use spring washer so the
3. Set rotation position of the actuator stem at 0%. For single acting actuator, it is easy to
check 0% point by supplying no pressure to the actuator. For double acting actuator,
check actuator stem’s rotation direction – clockwise or counter-clockwise - by supplying
pressure to the actuator.
4. Install the fork lever after setting actuator’s stem at 0%.
rotation direction – clockwise or counter-clockwise.
Check the actuator stem’s
Installation angle of the fork lever
should be 45 degrees in relation to the linear shaft. For NAMUR shaft installation, the
angle does not matter.
Fig. 6:
Counter-clockwise and clockwise rotation.
5. After setting fork lever position, assemble lock nuts
which are located on the bottom of the fork lever.
Ensure to set the height of the upper fork lever
between 6~11mm, which is lower than the upper
bracket’s height.
6. Attach the positioner to the bracket.
Fix the
clamping pin on the main shaft’s center of the
positioner and insert connection pin into the fork
lever slot.
This will lock to the fork lever spring.
Setting alignment of the main shaft of the positioner
and center of the actuator’s stem is very important.
Poor alignment of the main shaft and the actuator’s
stem decreases the positioner’s durability due to
unnecessary forces on the main shaft.
7. Tighten the positioner and the bracket with hexagon-headed bolts and plate washer after
checking the positioner’s position.
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4. Connections
4.1
Safety
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Supply pressure should be clean and dry air – avoiding moisture, oil or dust.
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Always recommended to use air filter regulator (i.e. YT-200 series).
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Young Tech Co., Ltd has not tested positioner’s operation with any other gases
other than clean air.
4.2
4.3
Please contact Young Tech Co., Ltd for any questions.
Supply Pressure Condition
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Dry air with at least 10℃ lower than ambient temperature.
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Avoid from dusty air.
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Avoid oil.
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Comply with ANSI/ISA-57.3 1975(R1981) or ISA S7.3-1975(R1981).
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Supply pressure range is 1.4 ~ 7 kgf/cm 2 (140-700 kPA)
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Set air filter regulator’s pressure level 10% higher than actuator’s spring range pressure.
Positioner’s inner filter can only filter 5 micron or larger.
Piping Condition
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Ensure inside of pipe is clean of obstructions.
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Do not use pipeline that is squeezed or shows any type of damamges.
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Pipeline should have more than 6mm of inner diameter (10mm outer diameter) to
maintain flow rate.
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4.4
4.4.1
The length of pipeline system should not be extremely long.
may affect flow rate due to the friction inside of the pipeline.
Longer pipeline system
Connection – Actuator
Single acting actuator
Singe acting type positioner is set to use OUT1 port. OUT1 port should be connected with
supply pressure port from actuator when using single acting type of spring return actuator.
Fig. 7: Singe acting linear (left) and rotary (right) type actuator
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4.4.2
Double acting actuator
Double acting type positioner is set to use OUT1 and OUT2 port.
As input signal increases,
the supply pressure will be supplied through OUT1 port.
Fig. 8:
4.5
Connection – Power
4.5.1
Safety
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Double acting linear (left) and rotary (right) type actuator
When installing in hazardous and explosive gas area, conduit tube or pressure-proof
packing union must be used.
The compound charging box should be the flameproof
type and must be sealed completely.
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Conduit entry connection tap is PF 1/2 or G 1/2.
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Before connecting terminal, ensure that the power is off completely.
Do not open the
cover when the power is still alive.
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Please use ring-type rug to protect against vibration or any other external impact.
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Positioner with PTM options must be supplied 10~28V DC separately.
separate 12-24V DC must be supplied.
For L/S option,
For both options, it should not exceed 30V
DC.
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Positioner should be grounded.
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Please use twisted cable with conductor section are 1.25mm 2 and that is suitable for
600V (complying to the conductor table of NEC Article 310.)
The outer diameter of the
cable should be between 6.35 ~ 10mm. Use shield wire to protect against electromagnetic field and noise.
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Please do not install the cable near high noise equipments, such as high-capacity
transformer or motor.
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4.5.2
Terminal Overview
Fig. 9:
Positioner Terminal
IN +:
Input Signal (+)
Upper right 3 terminals:
Limit switch 0%
IN -:
Input Signal (-)
Lower right 3 terminals:
Limit switch 100%
OUT+:
Feedback Signal (+)
OUT-:
Feedback Signal (-)
4.5.2.1 Input Signal Terminal
1. Open terminal cover by removing stopper bolt using 3mm wrench.
2. Locate two conduit entries on the right hand bottom part of the positioner body.
use appropriate entry by considering the operating condition.
Insert cable with using
proper flameproof type packing union
3. Locate terminal of input signal on the
left hand bottom side of the positioner.
Insert terminal bolts into the conduit
entry and secure them with (+) and (-)
terminals on the plate.
Make sure to
tighten bolts with 1.5 Nm (15 kgf/cm 2)
torque.
Please check the polarity of
the terminals.
4. Close the terminal cover and fasten stopper bolt using 3mm wrench.
4.5.2.2 Feedback Signal Terminal
1. Open terminal cover and locate feedback signal
terminals.
<Fig.9>
2. Locate terminal of feedback signal and connect (+)
and (-) according to the polarity.
tighten bolts with 1.5 Nm (15
Make sure to
kgf/cm2).
3. Close the terminal cover and fasten stopper bolt
using 3mm wrench.
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Please
4.5.2.3 Limit Switch Terminal
1. Open terminal cover and locate limit switch terminals.
<Fig. 9>
2. Locate terminal of limit switch and connect (+) and (-) according to the polarity.
sure to tighten bolts with 1.5 Nm (15
Make
kgf/cm 2).
3. Close the terminal cover and fasten stopper bolt using 3mm wrench.
4.5.2.4 Ground
1. Ground must be done before operating the positioner.
2. Open terminal cover and locate ground terminal plate on the right hand bottom side of
the terminal plate.
The outer cable entry is located at outside of the terminal.
Please
make sure that the resistance is less than 100ohm.
3. When using external ground, use (+) screw driver to unscrew the ground bolts.
Insert
outside ground bolts and spring washer into ring type terminal of the ground cables and
tighten them with bolts.
4. When using inside ground, use 3mm wrench to loosen locking bolts of the terminal box
cover.
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5. Adjustments
5.1
Limit Switch Adjustment
1. HIGH variable resistor adjusts the sensing point of valve end-point.
In case of Direct
Action type, it will sense 4mA point, and for Reverse Action type, 20mA of input signal
will be its sensing point.
Upon sensing, red LED will be lighted.
2. LOW variable resistor adjusts the sensing point of valve zero-point.
In case of Direct
Action type, it will send 20mA point, and for Reverse Action type, 4mA of input signal will
be its sensing point.
Upon sensing, red LED will be lighted.
3. If V+ and COM terminals are connected, electric current can be used on limit switch.
It
can light up control room’s lamp or make alarm sound.
4. If V- and COM terminals are connected, electric voltage can be used on limit switch.
It
can receive signal from a computer.
5. LS-ACTION dip switch enable to switch
the action between direct or reverse
action.
6. By adjusting variable resistor, limit switch
operation range can be set. If it is turn
clockwise, range will be widen; if turned
in counter-clockwise, range will be
shortened. As range adjusts, red LED
light will indicate the completion of the
adjustment.
5.2
Variable Orifice Adjustment
Hunting can be occurred when the actuator’s volume is too small.
hunting, orifice can be adjusted.
By adjusting the orifice, the flow rate of the supply
pressure to actuator can be adjusted.
Fig. 10:
Please use (-) driver to adjust the orifice.
Variable orifice adjustment
Clockwise turn:
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In order to prevent
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reducing the flow rate
6. Operation
6.1
Safety
Following process will operate valve and actuator. Before proceed with any AUTO
Calibration, please separate valve from the entire system, so AUTO Calibration will
affect entire valve process.
6.2
Button Description
Positioner has
4 buttons, and they enable
to
various functions.
perform
Fig. 11:
6.3
<ENTER>:
Enter to main and sub menus, and save
<ESC>:
Return to previous menu
<UP> & <DOWN>:
Move to next menu, and adjust.
Run Mode (RUN)
After power connection to the positioner, Run Mode will be
appeared on positioner’s LCD screen within 6 seconds.
“RUN”
indicates that the positioner adjusts the valve stroke according to
the receiving signal.
There are six types of display message in
“RUN” Mode.
1. Run PV:
Process Value - valve stroke %
2. Run SV %:
Set Value – input signal 0~100%
3. Run SV mA:
Set Value – input signal 4~20mA
4. Run MV:
Manipulate Valve – Motor Manipulate Value (digit)
5. Run Vel:
Velocity – Current valve stem’s velocity (digit)
6. Run Err:
Error – Difference between SV and PV (%)
To change display, push <ESC> + <UP> buttons at the same time. The display will change
in the order indicated above.
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If <ESC> + <DOWN> pushed, the order will be appeared in
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opposite order.
6.3.1
By pressing <ESC>, the display will return to “RUN” mode.
Auto Calibration (AUTO CAL)
Auto Calibration (AUTO CAL) automatically calibrates the positioner.
“AUTO CAL” process
takes about 2~3 minutes, and the duration of the process varies upon the size of the actuator.
There are 3 types of AUTO CAL.
Zero Point
End Point
KP, KI, KD
RA / DA
AUTO 1
O
O
X
X
AUTO 2
O
O
O
O
AUTO 3
X
X
O
O
It is recommend to perform AUTO2 calibration for initial positioner setting.
6.3.1.1 AUTO1 Calibration (AUTO1)
AUTO1 changes zero and end points; however, KP, KI, KD will not be adjusted.
It is
recommended to perform AUTO1 when the positioner has been set by the valve
manufacturer already, and the field user wants to re-calibrate the positioner.
⇨
⇨
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.1.2 AUTO2 Calibration (AUTO2)
AUTO2 changes all of the parameters.
It is recommended to perform AUTO2 when the
positioner has been installed on the valve for the first time.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
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⇨
<DOWN>
6.3.1.3 AUTO3 Calibration (AUTO3)
AUTO3 changes only the valve parameters.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
2 times
⇨
<ENTER>
6.3.2
Manual Mode (MANUAL)
Manual mode is used to maneuver valve stem manually.
bypasses supply air to the actuator.
During “MANUAL”, the positioner
The movement of the stroke does not affect the
positioner’s save data valves.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
<UP>
⇨
<DOWN>
6.3.3
⇨
<DOWN>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
Parameter Mode (PARAM)
AUTO CAL optimizes most of the valve actuator control values.
However, in some
instances, hunting or oscillation may occur when the valve actuator control values are not
optimized.
Hunting or oscillation can be prevented by adjusting parameter values.
Once parameter values have been changed, the changed values are being affected as
soon as you save the value. To save the changes, please ensure to press “ENTER”
button. There is no need to go back to “RUN” mode after changes are being made to
observe the changes.
6.3.3.1 Dead-Zone (dEAdZONE)
Dead-Zone indicates the percentage of error allowance.
In case of high level of packing
friction, which may cause hunting, creating Dead-Zone can stable the valve operation.
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⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
2 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
<ENTER>
6.3.3.2 P1 value (KP1)
P value indicates the ratio of the compensation signal based on the percentage of error
allowance.
As the value increase, the positioner finds the target value quickly, but it is more
likely to have hunting.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
1time
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.3.3 D1 value (Kd1)
D value indicates the derivative value of the compensation signal based on the percentage of
error allowance.
As the value increase, it is more likely to have hunting.
As the value
decreases, it can have poor linearity.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
·
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⇨
<DOWN>
2 times
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
<ENTER>
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⇨
<ENTER>
6.3.3.4 P2 (KP2) and D2 (Kd2) values
P2 and D2 values’ principles are same as P1 and D1, but these values are applicable for
only when input signal is decreasing.
6.3.3.5 P_ (KP_) and D_ (Kd_) values
P_ and D_ values’ principles are same as P and D, but these values are applicable only
when the positioner’s actual stroke reaches its target stroke per input signal.
6.3.3.6 PT1 (PT1) and PT2 (PT2) values
PT value indicates minimum time duration of internal signal.
PT1 is for increased input
signal, and PT2 is for decreased input signal’s PT values.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
7 times
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
·
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.3.7 Period T (PERIOD T)
Period T indicates the positioner’s internal control time interval.
As default, positioner will
check current position respective to current input signal in every 100 msec.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
9 times
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
·
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.3.8 Auto DZ (AUTO dZ)
After the auto calibration, the positioner will create deadzone automatically.
In some cases,
due to the valve packing friction or to some other reasons, deadzone may need to be
increased to reduce hunting or oscillation.
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⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
10 times
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
·
6.3.4
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
Hand Calibration Mode (HAND CAL)
The positioner can be manually calibrated by entering into Hand Calibration Mode.
6.3.4.1 Zero-Point (PV_ZERO) and End-Point (PV_END) for Valves
PZ_ZERO adjusts the zero point of the valve, and PV_END adjusts the end point of the
valve.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
Zero Adjustment
⇨
<ESC>
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
⇨
<ENTER>
End Adjustment
⇨
<ESC>
6.3.4.2 Zero-Point (TR_ZERO) and End-Point (TR_END) for Transmitter
TR_ZERO adjusts the zero point of the transmitter
(4-20mA feedback), and TR_END adjusts the end
point of the transmitter (4-20mA feedback)
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⇨
<ENTER>
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⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
⇨
<ENTER>
Match
feedback
signal with 4mA
Zero Adjustment
⇨
<ESC>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN)
⇨
<DOWN>
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
End Adjustment
⇨
<ESC>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN)
Match
feedback
signal with 20mA
<ENTER>
6.3.4.3 End-Point Ratio for Valve (PE_TRIM)
When reverse acting operating is used, End-Point can be adjusted within 10% of total valve
stroke, without adjusting valve’s zero point.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
4 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN)
<ENTER>
6.3.4.4 Normal / Reverse Feedback Signal (TR_NORM / REV)
The feedback signal from the positioner can be viewed as normal or as reverse.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
5 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
Zero Adjustment
⇨
<DOWN>
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6.3.4.5 Normal / Reverse HART Signal (HT_NORM / REVS)
HART signal from the positioner can be viewed as normal or as reverse.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
6 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
Zero Adjustment
⇨
<DOWN>
6.3.5
Valve Mode (VALVE)
6.3.5.1 Acting Adjustment (ACT)
The positioner can be set as Direct Action (DA) or Reverse Action (RA).
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.2 Characteristic Adjustment (CHAR)
The valve characteristic can be set on the field’s requirement. There are
3 types of characteristics – linear (LIN), equal percentage (EQ), and quick
open (QO).
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⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.3 User Characteristics (USER SET)
In case positioner requires a specific characteristic, the valve characteristic curve can be
made by selecting up to 16 points of the curve.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<DOWN>
2 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP><DOWN>
<ENTER>
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
Repeat step if
necessary
6.3.5.4 Tight Shut Open (TSHUT OP)
Tight Shut Open allows the valve to open completely as the input signal reaches around
20mA.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
<ENTER>
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⇨
<ENTER>
6.3.5.5 Tight Shut Close (TSHUT CL)
Tight Shut Close allows the valve to close completely as the input signal reaches around
4mA.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
4 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.6 Split Range Mode (SPLIT)
The valve can be operated by split range control – 4~12mA or 12~20mA.
⇨
<ENTER>
6 seconds
⇨
<DOWN>
5 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.7 Custom Zero Setting Mode (CST ZERO)
Custom Zero Setting Mode allows the user to set any specific point as zero position.
For
example, the zero point can be set at input signal of 7mA.
⇨
⇨
⇨
<ENTER>
<DOWN>
6 times
<ENTER>
⇨
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
<UP>/<DOWN>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.8 Custom End Setting Mode (CST ENd)
Custom End Setting Mode allows the user to set any specific point as end position.
example, the end point can be set at input signal of 11mA.
and end point must be greater or equal to 4mA.
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For
The difference between zero
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<DOWN>
7 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
<ENTER>
6.3.5.9 Interpolation Mode (ITP OFF / ON)
Positioner can control the valve accurately if the feedback lever angle range is within
designed range.
For some instance, the angle exceeds the suggested range angle.
Positioner can reduce the error through interpolation.
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<UP>/<DOWN>
⇨
<DOWN>
8 times
⇨
<ENTER>
⇨
<ESC>
3 times
<ENTER>
6.3.6
View Mode (VIEW)
Different information can be shown on the positioner’s LCD.
⇨
<DOWN>
4 times
⇨
<ENTER>
<UP>/<DOWN>
<ESC>
Description
YT-2600L
Positioner model
VERSION
Main software version
HART V
HART protocol version
POL AddR
HART protocol channel address
0Y 0d
Total used time duration. If a unit was used less than 1 minute, the
time will not accumulate.
FULL_OP
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Time elapsed for valve to fully open
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FULL_CL
Time elapsed for valve to fully close.
VM NOR
Type of valve stroke on LCD.
(in percentage or in value)
Erro
Error code or warning message.
ABS
Absolute resistance value.
7. Error and Warning Code
7.1
Error code
Error Code
MT ERR L
Code Description and Cause
Action

Positioner is improperly installed.

Re-install the positioner.

Positioner is not parallel to the

Ensure the feedback lever does
ground at 50% point.
Lever is at
not touch the lever stopper at 0%
lower position than actual 50% point.

Positioner is improperly installed.

Positioner is not parallel to the
MT ERR H
ground at 50% point.
Lever is at
and 100%.

Re-install the positioner.

Ensure the feedback leer does
not touch the lever stopper at 0%
higher position than actual 50%
and 100%.
point.

CHK AIR
Valve
does
not
operate
when
positioner receive “Full Open” signal

Check supply pressure level.

Adjust bracket so the positioner
during the auto calibration.
RNG ERR

Operating angle is too small due to
can
improper positioner installation.
be
mounted
closer
to
actuator.
Error of 10% or more persists more than 1
minute.
C

No valve movement.

High level of valve friction

Changes in setting pressure of actuator.

Perform BIAS calibration.

Check setting pressure of actuator.

Perform auto calibration.

Check setting pressure of actuator.
I-value reaches at maximum or minimum
limit.
D
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
Changes in valve friction.

Changes in setting pressure of actuator.
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7.2
Warning code
Warning
Description
Action
Code
B

Pv Span – Pv Zero range is below 500.

The angle of feedback lever is too small.

F
than 1 second.

G
H
Full open/close elapsed time is less
Actuator size is too small.

Pv is below 100.

The angle of feedback lever is too large.

Pv is over 4000.

The angle of feedback lever is too large.

Re-install the positioner.

Ensure the feedback lever does not
touch the lever stopper at 0% and
100%.

After re-installation, perform AUTO1.

Use variable orifice.

Use larger actuator.

Re-install the positioner.

Ensure the feedback lever does not
touch the lever stopper at 0% and
100%.

After re-installation, perform AUTO1

Re-install the positioner.

Ensure the feedback lever does not
touch the lever stopper at 0% and
100%.

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After re-installation, perform AUTO1
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8. PST (Partial Stroke Test)
8.1
Glossary
INTERVAL
Interval time between current PST and next PST in the schedule mode
LATENCY
Latency for next movement after valve move
LIMIT TM
limit the stroke time between START PO and TARGET 1,2
Perform PST
Run PST immediately
PST
Partial Stroke Test
PST MODE
Running mode for PST
PST NOW
Run PST immediately
PST OFF
Stop PST Schedule
PST REC1,2,3
Record of PST result
PST SCHD
PST Scheduling mode
START PO
Start position when PST runs
TARGET 1
1st target position
TARGET 2
2nd target position
TOL
Tolerance of start Position when PST runs
8.2
Introduction
TARGET 2
TOL
START PO
TARGET 1
LATENCY
INTERVAL
When PST runs by PST NOW or SCHD, if valve position is in the range of TOL from START
PO, Positioner supply or vent air until the valve reach the TARGET 1, 2. But PST test will
stop if valve position goes out of the TOL or doesn’t reach TARGET1, 2 within the LIMIT TM.
After the valve position reach the TARGET 1, 2, the valve will pause during the LATENCY
and move back to the START PO. The valve will be under ready state during the INTERVAL
time after completing 1 cycle of PST in the SCHD mode.
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8.3
How to run PST on the field device
8.3.1
View Mode (VIEW)
Check Parameter values and configure them if you need
8.3.2
PARAMETER
VALUE
DEFAULTE
UNIT
START PO
0 – 100
100
%
TARGET 1
0 – 100
90
%
TARGET 2
NA , 0-100
NA
%
INTERVAL
1-365
365
Day
TOL
0.1-10
5
%
LIMIT TM
0-600
600
Sec
LATENCY
1-60
10
Sec
Set PST Mode
To run PST, select a PST mode. There are 3 mode for running PST.
Mode
Description
PST OFF
Stop PST Schedule. It’s a default mode
PST SCHD
Run PST immediately. After PST complete, it
turns back to the previous mode
PST runs repeatedly by interval value
PST NOW
8.3.3
Check PST Result
It will record or memorize maximum three PST results. The longest stroke time from START PO to the TARGET 1,2
or Error messages will be recorded
NAME
VAULE
DEFAULT
PST REC1
OOT,LTO,NR, 0-600(sec)
0
PST REC2
OOT,LTO,NR, 0-600(sec)
0
PST REC3
OOT,LTO,NR, 0-600(sec)
0
Error Message
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OOT
When the valve position is out of tolerance(TOL) from Start Position(START PO)
LTO
When the valve doesn’t reach to the target position within the Limit Time(LIMIT TM)
NR
When the valve doesn’t move
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8.4
How to run PST on the HART communication
8.4.1
Set PST configuration
Check the Parameter values in PST Configuration under Diagnostic and configure them if you require.
8.4.2
Run PST
There are 2 ways to run PST. One way is to start PST by set Parameter value as scheduled and the other way is by
running Perform PST. Perform PST is the same as PST NOW on the Field Device menu.
8.4.3
Check PST Result
You can see the results on PST result menu.
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9. Main Software Map
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Manufacturer:
Young Tech Co., Ltd
#3022, Hagun-ri, Yangchon-myeon
Kimpo-si, Kyeonggi-do, 415-843
South Korea
Tel:
+82-31-986-8545
Fax:
+82-31-986-2683
Email:
ytc@ytc.co.kr
Copyright © Young Tech Co., Ltd.
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