TWM 9000 Handbook - Honeywell Process Solutions

TWM 9000 Handbook - Honeywell Process Solutions
TWM 9000
Handbook
Electronic Revision:
ER 3.3.xx
(SW.REV. 3.3x)
The documentation is only complete when used in combination with the relevant
documentation for the sensor.
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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
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Abstract
This document provides descriptions and procedures for the Installation, Configuration,
Operation, and Troubleshooting of your device.
Contacts
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customers.
Honeywell Organization
WWW Address (URL)
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Technical tips
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CONTENTS
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1 Safety instructions
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
9
Software history ............................................................................................................... 9
Intended use ................................................................................................................... 11
Certifications .................................................................................................................. 11
Safety instructions from the manufacturer ................................................................... 12
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
Copyright and data protection .............................................................................................. 12
Disclaimer ............................................................................................................................. 12
Product liability and warranty .............................................................................................. 13
Information concerning the documentation......................................................................... 13
Warnings and symbols used................................................................................................. 14
1.5 Safety instructions for the operator............................................................................... 14
2 Device description
15
2.1 Scope of delivery............................................................................................................. 15
2.2 Device description .......................................................................................................... 16
2.2.1 Field housing......................................................................................................................... 17
2.2.2 Wall-mounted housing ......................................................................................................... 18
2.3 Nameplates .................................................................................................................... 19
2.3.1 Compact version (example) .................................................................................................. 19
2.3.2 Remote version (example) .................................................................................................... 20
2.3.3 Electrical connection data of inputs/outputs (example of basic version)............................ 21
3 Installation
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
23
Notes on installation ...................................................................................................... 23
Storage ........................................................................................................................... 23
Transport ........................................................................................................................ 23
Installation specifications .............................................................................................. 23
Mounting of the compact version................................................................................... 24
Mounting the field housing, remote version .................................................................. 24
3.6.1 Pipe mounting ....................................................................................................................... 24
3.6.2 Wall mounting ....................................................................................................................... 25
3.6.3 Turning the display of the field housing version .................................................................. 26
3.7 Mounting the wall-mounted housing, remote version .................................................. 27
3.7.1 Pipe mounting ....................................................................................................................... 27
3.7.2 Wall mounting ....................................................................................................................... 28
4 Electrical connections
29
4.1 Safety instructions.......................................................................................................... 29
4.2 Important notes on electrical connection...................................................................... 29
4.3 Electrical cables for remote device versions, notes...................................................... 30
4.3.1 Notes on signal cables A and B ............................................................................................ 30
4.3.2 Notes on field current cable C.............................................................................................. 30
4.3.3 Requirements for signal cables provided by the customer ................................................. 31
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4.4 Preparing the signal and field current cables ............................................................... 32
4.4.1 Signal cable A (type DS 300), construction........................................................................... 32
4.4.2 Preparing signal cable A, connection to signal converter ................................................... 33
4.4.3 Length of signal cable A........................................................................................................ 35
4.4.4 Signal cable B (type BTS 300), construction......................................................................... 36
4.4.5 Preparing signal cable B, connection to signal converter ................................................... 36
4.4.6 Length of signal cable B ....................................................................................................... 39
4.4.7 Preparing field current cable C, connection to signal converter......................................... 40
4.4.8 Preparing signal cable A, connection to measuring sensor ................................................ 42
4.4.9 Preparing signal cable B, connection to measuring sensor................................................ 43
4.4.10 Preparing field current cable C, connection to measuring sensor ................................... 44
4.5 Connecting the signal and field current cables ............................................................. 45
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
Connecting the signal and field current cables, field housing ............................................ 46
Connecting the signal and field current cables, wall-mounted housing............................. 47
Connecting the signal and field current cables, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE).......... 48
Connection diagram for measuring sensor, field housing .................................................. 49
Connection diagram for measuring sensor, wall-mounted housing................................... 50
Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE)................ 51
Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE)................ 52
4.6 Grounding the measuring sensor .................................................................................. 53
4.6.1 Classical method................................................................................................................... 53
4.6.2 Virtual reference ................................................................................................................... 54
4.7 Power supply connection ............................................................................................... 54
4.8 Inputs and outputs, overview ......................................................................................... 57
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
Combinations of the inputs/outputs (I/Os) ........................................................................... 57
Description of the CG number .............................................................................................. 58
Fixed, non-alterable input/output versions.......................................................................... 59
Alterable input/output versions............................................................................................ 61
4.9 Description of the inputs and outputs............................................................................ 62
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
4.9.4
4.9.5
Current output ...................................................................................................................... 62
Pulse and frequency output.................................................................................................. 63
Status output and limit switch .............................................................................................. 64
Control input ......................................................................................................................... 65
Current input......................................................................................................................... 66
4.10 Electrical connection of the inputs and outputs .......................................................... 67
4.10.1
4.10.2
4.10.3
4.10.4
4.10.5
Field housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs ......................................... 67
Wall-mounted housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs.......................... 68
19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs ....... 69
19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs ....... 70
Laying electrical cables correctly....................................................................................... 70
4.11 Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs ................................................................ 71
4.11.1
4.11.2
4.11.3
4.11.4
4.11.5
4.11.6
Important notes................................................................................................................... 71
Description of the electrical symbols ................................................................................. 72
Basic inputs/outputs ........................................................................................................... 73
Modular inputs/outputs and bus systems .......................................................................... 76
Ex i inputs/outputs .............................................................................................................. 85
HART® connection .............................................................................................................. 90
5 Start-up
93
5.1 Switching on the power .................................................................................................. 93
5.2 Starting the signal converter ......................................................................................... 93
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6 Operation
95
6.1 Display and operating elements .................................................................................... 95
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
Display in measuring mode with 2 or 3 measured values ................................................... 96
Display for selection of sub-menu and functions, 3 lines.................................................... 96
Display when setting parameters, 4 lines ............................................................................ 97
Display when changing parameters, 4 lines ........................................................................ 97
Using an IR interface (option) ............................................................................................... 98
6.2 Menu structure ............................................................................................................... 99
6.3 Function tables ............................................................................................................. 102
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
Menu A, quick setup............................................................................................................ 102
Menu B, test ........................................................................................................................ 104
Menu C, setup ..................................................................................................................... 106
Set free units....................................................................................................................... 122
6.4 Description of functions ............................................................................................... 123
6.4.1 Reset counter in the menu "quick setup" .......................................................................... 123
6.4.2 Deleting error messages in the menu "quick setup"......................................................... 123
6.5 Status messages and diagnostic information.............................................................. 124
7 Service
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
131
Spare parts availability................................................................................................. 131
Availability of services .................................................................................................. 131
Repairs.......................................................................................................................... 131
Returning the device to the manufacturer................................................................... 131
7.4.1 General information............................................................................................................ 131
7.4.2 Form (for copying) to accompany a returned device.......................................................... 132
7.5 Disposal ........................................................................................................................ 132
8 Technical data
133
8.1 Measuring principle...................................................................................................... 133
8.2 Technical data............................................................................................................... 134
8.3 Dimensions and weights .............................................................................................. 146
8.3.1 Housing ............................................................................................................................... 146
8.3.2 Mounting plate, field housing ............................................................................................. 147
8.3.3 Mounting plate, wall-mounted housing ............................................................................. 147
8.4 Flow tables ................................................................................................................... 148
8.5 Measuring accuracy ..................................................................................................... 150
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9 Description of HART interface
151
9.1 General description ...................................................................................................... 151
9.2 Software history ........................................................................................................... 151
9.3 Connection variants...................................................................................................... 152
9.3.1 Point-to-Point connection - analogue / digital mode......................................................... 153
9.3.2 Multi-Drop connection (2-wire connection) ....................................................................... 154
9.3.3 Multi-Drop connection (3-wire connection) ....................................................................... 155
9.4 Inputs/outputs and HART® dynamic variables and device variables.......................... 156
9.5 Parameter for the basic configuration......................................................................... 157
9.6 Field Communicator 375/475 (FC 375/475) ................................................................. 158
9.6.1 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 158
9.6.2 Operation............................................................................................................................. 158
9.6.3 Parameter for the basic configuration ............................................................................... 158
9.7 Asset Management Solutions (AMS) ............................................................................ 159
9.7.1 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 159
9.7.2 Operation............................................................................................................................. 159
9.7.3 Parameter for the basic configuration ............................................................................... 159
9.8 Field Device Manager (FDM) ........................................................................................ 160
9.8.1 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 160
9.8.2 Operation............................................................................................................................. 160
9.9 Process Device Manager (PDM)................................................................................... 160
9.9.1 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 160
9.9.2 Operation............................................................................................................................. 161
9.9.3 Parameter for the basic configuration ............................................................................... 161
9.10 Field Device Tool / Device Type Manager (FDT / DTM) .............................................. 162
9.10.1 Installation ........................................................................................................................ 162
9.10.2 Operation........................................................................................................................... 162
9.11 Appendix A: HART® menu tree for Basic-DD ............................................................ 162
9.11.1 Overview Basic-DD menu tree (positions in menu tree).................................................. 163
9.11.2 Basic-DD menu tree (details for settings)........................................................................ 164
9.12 Appendix B: HART® menu tree for AMS .................................................................... 168
9.12.1 Overview AMS menu tree (positions in menu tree) .......................................................... 168
9.12.2 AMS menu tree (details for settings)................................................................................ 169
9.13 Appendix C: HART® menu tree for PDM.................................................................... 173
9.13.1 Overview PDM menu tree (positions in menu tree).......................................................... 173
9.13.2 PDM menu tree (details for settings) ............................................................................... 175
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1
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1.1 Software history
The "Electronic Revision" (ER) is consulted to document the revision status of electronic
equipment according to NE 53 for all GDC devices. It is easy to see from the ER whether
troubleshooting or larger changes in the electronic equipment have taken place and how that
has affected the compatibility.
Changes and effect on compatibility
1
Downwards compatible changes and fault repair with no effect on operation (e.g. spelling
mistakes on display)
2-_
Downwards compatible hardware and/or software change of interfaces:
3-_
H
HART®
P
PROFIBUS
F
Foundation Fieldbus
M
Modbus
X
all interfaces
Downwards compatible hardware and/or software change of inputs and outputs:
I
Current output
F, P
Frequency / pulse output
S
Status output
C
Control input
CI
Current input
X
all inputs and outputs
4
Downwards compatible changes with new functions
5
Incompatible changes, i.e. electronic equipment must be changed.
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INFORMATION!
In the table below, "x" is a placeholder for possible multi-digit alphanumeric combinations,
depending on the available version.
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Release date
Electronic Revision
Changes and
compatibility
Documentation
2006-12-12
ER 3.1.0x
(SW.REV. 3.10 (2.21))
-
-
2007-02-07
ER 3.1.1x
(SW.REV. 3.10 (2.21))
1; 2
Iss.1 GLO Dec 07 US
2007-03-12
ER 3.1.2x
(SW.REV. 3.10 (2.21))
1; 2-H; 3-I
Iss.1 GLO Dec 07 US
2007-05-25
ER 3.1.3x
(SW.REV. 3.10 (2.21))
1; 3-I
Iss.1 GLO Dec 07 US
2008-05-13
ER 3.2.0x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.00))
1; 2-X; 3-X; 4
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2008-07-25
ER 3.2.1x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2008-08-29
ER 3.2.2x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2008-10-30
ER 3.2.4x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2009-05-15
ER 3.2.5x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
2-F
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2009-12-07
ER 3.2.6x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2009-11-02
ER 3.2.7x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2009-12-07
ER 3.2.8x
(SW.REV. 3.20 (3.03))
1
Iss.2 GLO Mar 09 US
2010
ER 3.3.0x
(SW.REV. 3.30 (3.04))
1; 2-H; 2-F; 3-X; 4
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1.2 Intended use
The electromagnetic flowmeters are designed exclusively to measure the flow and conductivity
of electrically conductive, liquid media.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
WARNING!
If the device is not used according to the operating conditions (refer to chapter "Technical data),
the intended protection could be affected.
1.3 Certifications
CE marking
The device fulfils the statutory requirements of the following EC directives:
• Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
as well as
• EN 61010
• EMC specification acc. to EN 61326/A1
• NAMUR recommendations NE 21 and NE 43
The manufacturer certifies successful testing of the product by applying the CE marking.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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1.4 Safety instructions from the manufacturer
1.4.1 Copyright and data protection
The contents of this document have been created with great care. Nevertheless, we provide no
guarantee that the contents are correct, complete or up-to-date.
The contents and works in this document are subject to copyright. Contributions from third
parties are identified as such. Reproduction, processing, dissemination and any type of use
beyond what is permitted under copyright requires written authorisation from the respective
author and/or the manufacturer.
The manufacturer tries always to observe the copyrights of others, and to draw on works created
in-house or works in the public domain.
The collection of personal data (such as names, street addresses or e-mail addresses) in the
manufacturer's documents is always on a voluntary basis whenever possible. Whenever
feasible, it is always possible to make use of the offerings and services without providing any
personal data.
We draw your attention to the fact that data transmission over the Internet (e.g. when
communicating by e-mail) may involve gaps in security. It is not possible to protect such data
completely against access by third parties.
We hereby expressly prohibit the use of the contact data published as part of our duty to publish
an imprint for the purpose of sending us any advertising or informational materials that we have
not expressly requested.
1.4.2 Disclaimer
The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage of any kind by using its product, including,
but not limited to direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages.
This disclaimer does not apply in case the manufacturer has acted on purpose or with gross
negligence. In the event any applicable law does not allow such limitations on implied warranties
or the exclusion of limitation of certain damages, you may, if such law applies to you, not be
subject to some or all of the above disclaimer, exclusions or limitations.
Any product purchased from the manufacturer is warranted in accordance with the relevant
product documentation and our Terms and Conditions of Sale.
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter the content of its documents, including this
disclaimer in any way, at any time, for any reason, without prior notification, and will not be liable
in any way for possible consequences of such changes.
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1.4.3 Product liability and warranty
The operator shall bear responsibility for the suitability of the device for the specific purpose.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for the consequences of misuse by the operator. Improper
installation and operation of the devices (systems) will cause the warranty to be void. The
respective "Standard Terms and Conditions" which form the basis for the sales contract shall
also apply.
1.4.4 Information concerning the documentation
To prevent any injury to the user or damage to the device it is essential that you read the
information in this document and observe applicable national standards, safety requirements
and accident prevention regulations.
If this document is not in your native language and if you have any problems understanding the
text, we advise you to contact your local office for assistance. The manufacturer can not accept
responsibility for any damage or injury caused by misunderstanding of the information in this
document.
This document is provided to help you establish operating conditions, which will permit safe and
efficient use of this device. Special considerations and precautions are also described in the
document, which appear in the form of underneath icons.
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1.4.5 Warnings and symbols used
Safety warnings are indicated by the following symbols.
DANGER!
This information refers to the immediate danger when working with electricity.
DANGER!
This warning refers to the immediate danger of burns caused by heat or hot surfaces.
DANGER!
This warning refers to the immediate danger when using this device in a hazardous atmosphere.
DANGER!
These warnings must be observed without fail. Even partial disregard of this warning can lead to
serious health problems and even death. There is also the risk of seriously damaging the device
or parts of the operator's plant.
WARNING!
Disregarding this safety warning, even if only in part, poses the risk of serious health problems.
There is also the risk of damaging the device or parts of the operator's plant.
CAUTION!
Disregarding these instructions can result in damage to the device or to parts of the operator's
plant.
INFORMATION!
These instructions contain important information for the handling of the device.
LEGAL NOTICE!
This note contains information on statutory directives and standards.
• HANDLING
This symbol designates all instructions for actions to be carried out by the operator in the
specified sequence.
i RESULT
This symbol refers to all important consequences of the previous actions.
1.5 Safety instructions for the operator
WARNING!
In general, devices from the manufacturer may only be installed, commissioned, operated and
maintained by properly trained and authorized personnel.
This document is provided to help you establish operating conditions, which will permit safe and
efficient use of this device.
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2.1 Scope of delivery
INFORMATION!
Inspect the cartons carefully for damage or signs of rough handling. Report damage to the
carrier and to the local office of the manufacturer.
INFORMATION!
Check the packing list to check if you received completely all that you ordered.
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
Figure 2-1: Scope of delivery
1 Device in the version as ordered
2 Documentation (calibration report, Quick Start, CD-Rom with product documentation for measuring sensor and signal
converter)
3 Signal cable (only for remote version)
Possible scope of delivery for signal converter / measuring sensor
Measuring sensor
Measuring sensor + signal converter TWM 9000
Compact
Remote field
housing
Remote wallmounted housing
Remote rack-mounted
housing
R (28 TE)
VersaFlow Mag 100
VersaFlow Mag 100
+ TWM 9000 C
VersaFlow Mag 100
+ TWM 9000 F
VersaFlow Mag 100
+ TWM 9000 W
VersaFlow Mag 100 +
TWM 9000 R
VersaFlow Mag 1000
VersaFlow Mag 1000
+ TWM 9000 C
VersaFlow Mag 1000
+ TWM 9000 F
VersaFlow Mag 1000
+ TWM 9000 W
VersaFlow Mag 1000 +
TWM 9000 R
VersaFlow Mag 2000
VersaFlow Mag 2000
+ TWM 9000 C
VersaFlow Mag 2000
+ TWM 9000 F
VersaFlow Mag 2000
+ TWM 9000 W
VersaFlow Mag 2000 +
TWM 9000 R
VersaFlow Mag 4000
VersaFlow Mag 4000
+ TWM 9000 C
VersaFlow Mag 4000
+ TWM 9000 F
VersaFlow Mag 4000
+ TWM 9000 W
VersaFlow Mag 4000 +
TWM 9000 R
VersaFlow Mag 3000
VersaFlow Mag 3000
+ TWM 9000 C
VersaFlow Mag 3000
+ TWM 9000 F
VersaFlow Mag 3000
+ TWM 9000 W
VersaFlow Mag 3000 +
TWM 9000 R
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2.2 Device description
Electromagnetic flowmeters are designed exclusively to measure the flow and conductivity of
electrically conductive, liquid media.
Your measuring device is supplied ready for operation. The factory settings for the operating
data have been made in accordance with your order specifications.
The following versions are available:
• Compact version (the signal converter is mounted directly on the measuring sensor)
• Remote version (electrical connection to the measuring sensor via field current and signal
cable)
Figure 2-2: Device versions
1
2
3
4
5
16
Compact version
Measuring sensor with connection box
Field housing
Wall-mounted housing
19" rack-mounted housing
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2.2.1 Field housing
Figure 2-3: Construction of the field housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cover for electronics and display
Cover for power supply and inputs/outputs terminal compartment
Cover for for measuring sensor terminal compartment with locking screw
Cable entry for measuring sensor signal cable
Cable entry for measuring sensor field current cable
Cable entry for power supply
Cable entry for inputs and outputs
Mounting plate for pipe and wall mounting
INFORMATION!
Each time a housing cover is opened, the thread should be cleaned and greased. Use only resinfree and acid-free grease.
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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2.2.2 Wall-mounted housing
Figure 2-4: Construction of wall-mounted housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cover for terminal compartments
Terminal compartment for measuring sensor
Terminal compartment for inputs and outputs
Terminal compartment for power supply with safety cover (shock-hazard protection)
Cable entry for signal cable
Cable entry for field current cable
Cable entry for inputs and outputs
Cable entry for power supply
1 Turn lock to the right and open the cover.
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2.3 Nameplates
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
2.3.1 Compact version (example)
Figure 2-5: Example of a nameplate for compact version
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Approvals-related information: Ex approval, EC type test certificate, hygienic approvals, etc.
Approvals-related thresholds
Approvals-related connection data of the inputs/outputs; Vm = max. power supply
Approvals-related data (e.g. accuracy class, measuring range, temperature thresholds, pressure thresholds and viscosity thresholds)
Approvals-related pressure and temperature thresholds
Power supply; protection category; materials of wetted parts
GK/GKL values (measuring sensor constants); size (mm /inches); field frequency
Product designation, serial number and manufacturing date
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2.3.2 Remote version (example)
Figure 2-6: Example of a nameplate for remote version
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
Manufacturer
Product designation, serial number and manufacturing date
GK/GKL values (measuring sensor constants); size (mm /inches); field frequency
Power supply
Materials of wetted parts
Field coil resistance
Approvals-related data (e.g. accuracy class, measuring range, temperature thresholds, pressure thresholds and viscosity thresholds)
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2.3.3 Electrical connection data of inputs/outputs (example of basic version)
Figure 2-7: Example of a nameplate for electrical connection data of inputs and outputs
1
2
3
4
5
Power supply (AC: L and N; DC: L+ and L-; PE for ≥ 24 VAC; FE for ≤ 24 VAC and DC)
Connection data of connection terminal D/DConnection data of connection terminal C/CConnection data of connection terminal B/BConnection data of connection terminal A/A-; A+ only operable in the basic version
• A = active mode; the signal converter supplies the power for connection of the subsequent
devices
• P = passive mode; external power supply required for operation of the subsequent devices
• N/C = connection terminals not connected
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3.1 Notes on installation
INFORMATION!
Inspect the cartons carefully for damage or signs of rough handling. Report damage to the
carrier and to the local office of the manufacturer.
INFORMATION!
Check the packing list to check if you received completely all that you ordered.
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
3.2 Storage
•
•
•
•
Store the device in a dry, dust-free location.
Avoid continuous direct sunlight.
Store the device in its original packing.
Storage temperature: -50...+70°C / -58...+158°F
3.3 Transport
Signal converter
• No special requirements.
Compact version
• Do not lift the device by the signal converter housing.
• Do not use lifting chains.
• To transport flange devices, use lifting straps. Wrap these around both process connections.
3.4 Installation specifications
INFORMATION!
The following precautions must be taken to ensure reliable installation.
• Make sure that there is adequate space to the sides.
• Protect the signal converter from direct sunlight and install a sun shade if necessary.
• Signal converters installed in control cabinets require adequate cooling, e.g. by fan or heat
exchanger.
• Do not expose the signal converter to intense vibration. The flowmeters are tested for a
vibration level in accordance with IEC 68-2-3.
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3.5 Mounting of the compact version
INFORMATION!
The signal converter is mounted directly on the measuring sensor. For installation of the
flowmeter, please observe the instructions in the supplied product documentation for the
measuring sensor.
3.6 Mounting the field housing, remote version
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
3.6.1 Pipe mounting
Figure 3-1: Pipe mounting of the field housing
1 Fix the signal converter to the pipe.
2 Fasten the signal converter using standard U-bolts and washers.
3 Tighten the nuts.
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3.6.2 Wall mounting
Figure 3-2: Wall mounting of the field housing
1 Prepare the holes with the aid of the mounting plate. For further information refer to Mounting
plate, field housing on page 147.
2 Use the mounting material and tools in compliance with the applicable occupational health
and safety directives.
3 Fasten the housing securely to the wall.
Mounting multiple devices next to each other
a ≥ 600 mm / 23.6"
b ≥ 250 mm / 9.8"
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3.6.3 Turning the display of the field housing version
Figure 3-3: Turning the display of the field housing version
The display of the field housing version can be turned in 90° increments.
1
2
3
4
5
Unscrew the cover from the display and operation control unit.
Using a suitable tool, pull out the two metal puller devices to the left and right of the display.
Pull out the display between the two metal puller devices and rotate it to the required position.
Slide the display and then the metal puller devices back into the housing.
Re-fit the cover and tighten it by hand.
CAUTION!
The ribbon cable of the display must not be folded or twisted repeatedly.
INFORMATION!
Each time a housing cover is opened, the thread should be cleaned and greased. Use only resinfree and acid-free grease.
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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3.7 Mounting the wall-mounted housing, remote version
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
3.7.1 Pipe mounting
Figure 3-4: Pipe mounting of the wall-mounted housing
1 Fasten the mounting plate to the pipe with standard U-bolts, washers and fastening nuts.
2 Screw the signal converter to the mounting plate with the nuts and washers.
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3.7.2 Wall mounting
Figure 3-5: Wall mounting of the wall-mounted housing
1 Prepare the holes with the aid of the mounting plate. For further information refer to Mounting
plate, wall-mounted housing on page 147.
2 Fasten the mounting plate securely to the wall.
3 Screw the signal converter to the mounting plate with the nuts and washers.
Mounting multiple devices next to each other
a ≥ 240 mm / 9.4"
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4.1 Safety instructions
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
DANGER!
Observe the national regulations for electrical installations!
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
WARNING!
Observe without fail the local occupational health and safety regulations. Any work done on the
electrical components of the measuring device may only be carried out by properly trained
specialists.
INFORMATION!
Look at the device nameplate to ensure that the device is delivered according to your order.
Check for the correct supply voltage printed on the nameplate.
4.2 Important notes on electrical connection
DANGER!
Electrical connection is carried out in conformity with the VDE 0100 directive "Regulations for
electrical power installations with line voltages up to 1000 V" or equivalent national regulations.
CAUTION!
• Use suitable cable entries for the various electrical cables.
• The sensor and converter are configured together in the factory. For this reason, please
connect the devices in pairs. Ensure that the sensor constant GK/GKL (see type plates) are
identically set.
• If delivered separately or when installing devices that were not configured together, set the
converter to the DN size and GK/GKL of the sensor, refer to Function tables on page 102.
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4.3 Electrical cables for remote device versions, notes
4.3.1 Notes on signal cables A and B
INFORMATION!
The signal cables A (type DS 300) with double shield and B (type BTS 300) with triple shield
ensure proper transmission of measured values.
Observe the following notes:
•
•
•
•
Lay the signal cable with fastening elements.
It is permissible to lay the signal cable in water or in the ground.
The insulating material is flame-retardant to EN 50625-2-1, IEC 60322-1.
The signal cable does not contain any halogens and is unplasticized, and remains flexible at
low temperatures.
• The connection of the inner shield is carried out via the stranded drain wire (1).
• The connection of the outer shield is carried out via the shield (60) or the stranded drain wire
(6), depending on the housing version. Observe the following notes.
4.3.2 Notes on field current cable C
DANGER!
A non-shielded three-wire copper cable is sufficient for the field current cable. If you
nevertheless use shielded cables, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of the signal
converter.
INFORMATION!
The field current cable is not part of the scope of delivery.
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4.3.3 Requirements for signal cables provided by the customer
INFORMATION!
If the signal cable was not ordered, it is to be provided by the customer. The following
requirements regarding the electrical values of the signal cable must be observed:
Electrical safety
• To EN 60811 (Low Voltage Directive) or equivalent national regulations.
Capacitance of the insulated conductors
• Insulated conductor / insulated conductor < 50 pF/m
• Insulated conductor / shield < 150 pF/m
Insulation resistance
• Riso > 100 GΩ x km
• Umax < 24 V
• Imax < 100 mA
Test voltages
• Insulated conductor / inner shield 500 V
• Insulated conductor / insulated conductor 1000 V
• Insulated conductor / outer shield 1000 V
Twisting of the insulated conductors
• At least 10 twists per meter, important for screening magnetic fields.
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4.4 Preparing the signal and field current cables
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
The electrical connection of the outer shield is different for the various housing variants. Please
observe the corresponding instructions.
4.4.1 Signal cable A (type DS 300), construction
• Signal cable A is a double-shielded cable for signal transmission between the measuring
sensor and signal converter.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Figure 4-1: Construction of signal cable A
1 Stranded drain wire (1) for the inner shield (10), 1.0 mm2 Cu / AWG 17 (not insulated, bare)
2 Insulated wire (2), 0.5 mm2 Cu / AWG 20
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4
5
6
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Insulated wire (3), 0.5 mm2 Cu / AWG 20
Outer sheath
Insulation layers
Stranded drain wire (6) for the outer shield (60)
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4.4.2 Preparing signal cable A, connection to signal converter
Field housing
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The outside shield (60) is connected in the field housing directly via the shield and a clip.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials:
•
•
•
•
PVC insulation tubing, Ø2.5 mm / 0.1"
Heat-shrinkable tubing
Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
2x wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for the insulated conductors (2, 3)
Figure 4-2: Signal cable A, preparation for field housing
a = 80 mm / 3.15"
b = 10 mm / 0.39"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
Trim the outer shield to dimension b and pull it over the outer sheath.
2 Cut off the inner shield (10) and the stranded drain wire (6). Make sure not to damage the
stranded drain wire (1).
3 Slide an insulating tube over the stranded drain wire (1).
4 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors (2, 3) and stranded drain wire.
5 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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Wall mounted housing
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The connection of the outer shield (60) is carried out in the wall-mounted housing via the
stranded drain wire (6).
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials
• Push-on connector 6.3 mm / 0.25", insulation to DIN 46245 for conductor Ø = 0.5...1 mm2 /
AWG 20...17
• PVC insulation tubing, Ø2.5 mm / 0.1"
• Heat-shrinkable tubing
• Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
• 2x wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for the insulated conductors (2, 3)
Figure 4-3: Signal cable A, preparation for wall-mounted housing
a = 80 mm / 3.15"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
2 Cut off the inner shield (10) and the outer shield (60). Make sure not to damage the stranded
drain wires (1) and (6).
3 Slide the insulation tubing over the stranded drain wires.
4 Crimp the push-on connector onto the stranded drain wire (6).
5 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors (2, 3) and stranded drain wire (1).
6 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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4.4.3 Length of signal cable A
INFORMATION!
For temperatures of the medium above 150°C / 300°F, a special signal cable and a ZD
intermediate socket are necessary. These are available including the changed electrical
connection diagrams.
Measuring sensor
DN [mm]
[inch]
Min. electrical
conductivity
[µS/cm]
VersaFlow Mag 100 F
10...150
3/8...6
5
A1
VersaFlow Mag 1000 F
25...150
1...6
20
A1
200...2000
8...80
20
A2
2.5...150
1/10...6
1
A1
200...2000
8...80
1
A2
2.5...100
1/10...4
1
A1
150...250
6...10
1
A2
2.5...150
1/10...6
1
A1
VersaFlow Mag 4000 F
VersaFlow Mag 2000 F
VersaFlow Mag 3000 F
Nominal size
Curve for signal
cable A
Figure 4-4: Maximum length of signal cable A
1 Maximum length of signal cable A between the measuring sensor and signal converter [m]
2 Maximum length of signal cable A between the measuring sensor and signal converter [ft]
3 Electrical conductivity of the medium being measured [μS/cm]
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4.4.4 Signal cable B (type BTS 300), construction
• Signal cable B is a triple-shielded cable for signal transmission between the measuring
sensor and signal converter.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Figure 4-5: Construction of signal cable B
1 Stranded drain wire for the inner shield (10), 1.0 mm2 Cu / AWG 17 (not insulated, bare)
2 Insulated wire (2), 0.5 mm2 Cu / AWG 20 with stranded drain wire (20) of shield
3 Insulated wire (3), 0.5 mm2 Cu / AWG 20 with stranded drain wire (30) of shield
4 Outer sheath
5 Insulation layers
6 Stranded drain wire (6) for the outer shield (60), 0.5 mm2 Cu / AWG 20 (not insulated, bare)
4.4.5 Preparing signal cable B, connection to signal converter
Field housing
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The outside shield (60) is connected in the field housing directly via the shield and a clip.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials
•
•
•
•
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Heat-shrinkable tubing
Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
4 wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for the insulated conductors 2 and 3 and the
stranded drain wires (20, 30)
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Figure 4-6: Signal cable B, preparation for field housing
a = 80 mm / 3.15"
b = 10 mm / 0.39"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
2 Trim the outer shield to dimension b and pull it over the outer sheath.
3 Cut off the inner shield (10), the stranded drain wire (6) and the shields of the insulated conductors. Make sure not to damage the stranded drain wires (1, 20, 30).
4 Slide the insulation tubing over the stranded drain wires (1, 20, 30).
5 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors and stranded drain wires.
6 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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Wall-mounted housing
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The connection of the outer shield (60) is carried out in the wall-mounted housing via the
stranded drain wire (6).
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials:
• Push-on connector 6.3 mm / 0.25", insulation to DIN 46245 for conductor Ø = 0.5...1 mm2 /
AWG 20...17
• PVC insulation tubing, Ø2.5 mm / 0.1"
• Heat-shrinkable tubing
• Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
• 4 wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for insulated conductors 2 and 3 and the stranded
drain wires (20, 30)
Figure 4-7: Signal cable B, preparation for wall-mounted housing
a = 80 mm / 3.15"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
2 Cut off the inner shield (10), the outer shield (60) and the shields for the conductor (2, 3). Make
sure not to damage the stranded drain wires (1, 6, 20, 30).
3 Slide the insulation tubing over the stranded drain wires.
4 Crimp the push-on connector onto the stranded drain wire (6).
5 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors and stranded drain wires (1, 20, 30).
6 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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4.4.6 Length of signal cable B
INFORMATION!
For temperatures of the medium above 150°C / 300°F, a special signal cable and a ZD
intermediate socket are necessary. These are available including the changed electrical
connection diagrams.
Measuring sensor
DN [mm]
[inch]
Min. electrical
conductivity
[µS/cm]
VersaFlow Mag 100 F
10...150
3/8...6
5
B2
VersaFlow Mag 1000 F
25...150
1...6
20
B3
200...2000
8...80
20
B4
2.5...6
1/10...1/6
10
B1
10...150
3/8...6
1
B3
200...2000
8...80
1
B4
2.5
1/10
10
B1
4...15
1/6...1/2
5
B2
25...100
1...4
1
B3
150...250
6...10
1
B4
2.5...15
1/10...1/2
10
B1
25...150
1...6
1
B3
VersaFlow Mag 4000 F
VersaFlow Mag 2000 F
VersaFlow Mag 3000 F
Nominal size
Curve for signal
cable B
Figure 4-8: Maximum length of signal cable B
1 Maximum length of signal cable B between the measuring sensor and signal converter [m]
2 Maximum length of signal cable B between the measuring sensor and signal converter [ft]
3 Electrical conductivity of the medium being measured [μS/cm]
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4.4.7 Preparing field current cable C, connection to signal converter
DANGER!
A non-shielded three-wire copper cable is sufficient for the field current cable. If you
nevertheless use shielded cables, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of the signal
converter.
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• Field current cable C is not part of the scope of delivery.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials:
• Shielded 3-wire copper cable with suitable heat-shrinkable tubing
• DIN 46 228 wire end ferrules: size according to the cable being used
Length and cross-section of field current cable C
Length
[m]
Cross-section AF (Cu)
[ft]
[mm2]
[AWG]
0...150
0...492
3 x 0.75 Cu 1
3 x 18
150...300
492...984
3 x 1.50 Cu 1
3 x 14
300...600
984...1968
3 x 2.50 Cu 1
3 x 12
1 Cu = copper cross-section
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In the wall-mounted housing version the connection terminals are designed for the
following cable cross-sections:
• Flexible cable ≤ 1.5 mm2 / AWG 14
• Solid cable ≤ 2.5 mm2 / AWG 12
Figure 4-9: Field current cable C, preparation for the signal converter
a = 80 mm / 3.15"
1
2
3
4
Strip the conductor to dimension a.
Remove any shield that is present.
Pull a shrinkable tube over the prepared cable.
Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors 7, 8 and 9.
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4.4.8 Preparing signal cable A, connection to measuring sensor
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The outer shield (60) is connected in the terminal compartment of the measuring sensor
directly via the shield and a clip.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials
•
•
•
•
PVC insulating tube, Ø2.0...2.5 mm / 0.08...0.1"
Heat-shrinkable tubing
Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
2 wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for the insulated conductors (2, 3)
Figure 4-10: Preparing signal cable A, connection to measuring sensor
a = 50 mm / 2"
b = 10 mm / 0.39"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
2 Trim the outer shield (60) to dimension b and pull it over the outer sheath.
3 Remove the stranded drain wire (6) of the outer shield and the inner shield (10). Make sure not
to damage the stranded drain wire (1) of the inner shield.
4 Slide an insulating tube over the stranded drain wire (1).
5 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto conductors 2 and 3 and the stranded drain wire (1).
6 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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4.4.9 Preparing signal cable B, connection to measuring sensor
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• The outer shield (60) is connected in the terminal compartment of the measuring sensor
directly via the shield and a clip.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials
•
•
•
•
PVC insulation tubing, Ø2.0...2.5 mm / 0.08...0.1"
Heat-shrinkable tubing
Wire end ferrule to DIN 46 228: E 1.5-8 for the stranded drain wire (1)
2x wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: E 0.5-8 for the insulated conductors (2, 3)
Figure 4-11: Preparing signal cable B, connection to measuring sensor
a = 50 mm / 2"
b = 10 mm / 0.39"
1 Strip the conductor to dimension a.
2 Trim the outer shield (60) to dimension b and pull it over the outer sheath.
3 Remove the stranded drain wire (6) of the outer shield and the shields and stranded drain
wires of the insulated conductors (2, 3). Remove the inner shield (10). Be sure not to damage
the stranded drain wire (1).
4 Slide an insulating tube over the stranded drain wire (1).
5 Crimp the wire end ferrules onto conductors 2 and 3 and the stranded drain wire (1).
6 Pull the heat-shrinkable tubing over the prepared signal cable.
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4.4.10 Preparing field current cable C, connection to measuring sensor
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
• Field current cable C is not part of the scope of delivery.
• The shield for field current cable C can be connected to the measuring sensor.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Required materials
• Heat-shrinkable tubing
• 3 wire end ferrules to DIN 46 228: size according to the cable being used
Figure 4-12: Field current cable C, preparation for the measuring sensor
a = 50 mm / 2"
1
2
3
4
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Strip the conductor to dimension a.
Remove any shield that is present.
Pull a shrinkable tube over the prepared cable.
Crimp the wire end ferrules onto the conductors 7, 8 and 9.
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4.5 Connecting the signal and field current cables
DANGER!
Cables may only be connected when the power is switched off.
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
WARNING!
Observe without fail the local occupational health and safety regulations. Any work done on the
electrical components of the measuring device may only be carried out by properly trained
specialists.
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4.5.1 Connecting the signal and field current cables, field housing
• The outer shield of signal cable A and/or B is connected electrically with the housing via the
clip of the strain relief.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Figure 4-13: Electrical connection of the signal and field current cables, field housing
1 Remove the locking screw and open the housing cover.
2 Pass the prepared signal and field current cables through the cable entries and connect the
corresponding stranded drain wires and conductors.
3 Secure the field current cable using the clip. Any shield that is present must NOT be connected.
4 Secure the signal cable using the clip. This also connects the outer shield to the housing.
5 Close the housing cover and secure it with the locking screw.
INFORMATION!
Each time a housing cover is opened, the thread should be cleaned and greased. Use only resinfree and acid-free grease.
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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4.5.2 Connecting the signal and field current cables, wall-mounted housing
• The outer shield of signal cable A and/or B is connected via the stranded drain wire.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• Bending radius: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
Figure 4-14: Electrical connection of the signal and field current cables, wall-mounted housing
1 Open the housing cover.
2 Pass the prepared signal cable through the cable entry and connect the corresponding stranded drain wires and conductors.
3 Connect the stranded drain wire of the outer shield.
4 Pass the prepared field current cable through the cable entry and connect the corresponding
conductor.
Any shield that is present must NOT be connected.
5 Tighten the screw connections of the cable entry and close the housing cover.
INFORMATION!
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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4.5.3 Connecting the signal and field current cables, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE)
Figure 4-15: Connection signal cable A and field current cable
1 Signal cable A
2 Shield and insulated wires 2 and 3
3 Field current cable
Figure 4-16: Connection signal cable B and field current cable
1 Signal cable B
2 Shield and insulated wires 2 and 3
3 Field current cable
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4.5.4 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, field housing
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• The outer shield of signal cable A or B in the signal converter housing is connected via the
strain relief terminal.
• Bending radius of signal and field current cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
• The following illustration is schematic. The positions of the electrical connection terminals
may vary depending on the housing version.
Figure 4-17: Connection diagram for measuring sensor, field housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
Electrical terminal compartment in housing of the signal converter for signal and field current cable.
Signal cable A
Signal cable B
Field current cable C
Connection box of measuring sensor
Functional ground FE
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4.5.5 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, wall-mounted housing
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• The outer shield of the signal cable is connected in the signal converter housing via the
stranded drain wire.
• Bending radius of signal and field current cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
• The following illustration is schematic. The positions of the electrical connection terminals
may vary depending on the housing version.
Figure 4-18: Connection diagram for measuring sensor, wall-mounted housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Electrical terminal compartment in housing of the signal converter for signal and field current cable.
Signal cable A
Signal cable B
Field current cable C
Connection box of measuring sensor
Functional ground FE
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4.5.6 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE)
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• The outer shield of the signal cable is connected in the signal converter housing via the
stranded drain wire.
• Bending radius of signal and field current cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
• The following illustration is schematic. The positions of the electrical connection terminals
may vary depending on the housing version.
Figure 4-19: Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Electrical terminal compartment in housing of the signal converter for signal and field current cable.
Signal cable A
Signal cable B
Field current cable C
Connection box of measuring sensor
Functional ground FE
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4.5.7 Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE)
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
• If a shielded field current cable is used, the shield must NOT be connected in the housing of
the signal converter.
• The outer shield of the signal cable is connected in the signal converter housing via the
stranded drain wire.
• Bending radius of signal and field current cable: ≥ 50 mm / 2"
• The following illustration is schematic. The positions of the electrical connection terminals
may vary depending on the housing version.
Figure 4-20: Connection diagram for measuring sensor, 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Electrical terminal compartment in housing of the signal converter for signal and field current cable.
Signal cable A
Signal cable B
Field current cable C
Connection box of measuring sensor
Functional ground FE
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4.6 Grounding the measuring sensor
4.6.1 Classical method
CAUTION!
There should be no difference in potential between the measuring sensor and the housing or
protective earth of the signal converter!
•
•
•
•
The measuring sensor must be properly grounded.
The grounding cable should not transmit any interference voltages.
Do not use the grounding cable to connect more than one device to ground at the same time.
In hazardous areas, grounding is used at the same time for equipotential bonding. Additional
grounding instructions are provided in the separate Ex documentation, which are only
supplied together with hazardous-duty equipment.
• The measuring sensors are connected to ground by means of a functional grounding
conductor FE.
• Special grounding instructions for the various measuring sensors are provided in the
separate documentation for the measuring sensor.
• The documentation for the measuring sensor also contain descriptions on how to use
grounding rings and how to install the measuring sensor in metal or plastic pipes or in pipes
which are coated on the inside.
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4.6.2 Virtual reference
For pipelines which are electrically insulated on the inside (e.g. have an inner liner or are made
completely out of plastic), it is also possible to measure without additional grounding rings or
electrodes.
The signal converter's input amplifier records the potentials of both measuring electrodes and a
patented method is used to create a voltage which corresponds to the potential of the
ungrounded medium. This voltage is then the reference potential for signal processing. That
means there are no interfering potential differences between the reference potential and the
measuring electrodes during signal processing.
Ungrounded use is also possible for systems with voltages and currents in the pipelines, e. g.
electrolysis and galvanic systems.
INFORMATION!
If there is a virtual reference with wall housing, voltage is permitted between PE/FE of the
converter and the measuring sensor!
Thresholds for measuring operation with the virtual reference
Size
≥ DN10 / ≥ 3/8"
Electrical conductivity
≥200 µS/cm
Signal cable
use only A (type DS 300)
Signal cable length
≤ 50 m / ≤ 150 ft
4.7 Power supply connection
DANGER!
The device must be grounded in accordance with regulations in order to protect personnel
against electric shocks.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
• The protection category depends on the housing versions (IP65...67 to IEC 529 / EN 60529 or
NEMA4/4X/6).
• The housings of the devices, which are designed to protect the electronic equipment from
dust and moisture, should be kept well closed at all times. Creepage distances and
clearances are dimensioned to VDE 0110 and IEC 664 for pollution severity 2. Supply circuits
are designed for overvoltage category III and the output circuits for overvoltage category II.
• Fuse protection (IN ≤ 16 A) for the infeed power circuit, as well as a separator (switch, circuit
breaker) to isolate the signal converter must be provided close to the device.
The separator must conform to IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3 and must be marked as the
separator for this device.
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100...230 VAC (tolerance range: -15% / +10%)
• Note the power supply voltage and frequency (50...60 Hz) on the nameplate.
• The protective ground terminal PE of the power supply must be connected to the separate Uclamp terminal in the terminal compartment of the signal converter
For 19" rack-mounted housing please refer to the connection diagrams.
INFORMATION!
240 VAC + 5% is included in the tolerance range.
12...24 VDC (tolerance range: -55% / +30%)
• Note the data on the nameplate!
• When connecting to functional extra-low voltages, provide a facility for protective separation
(PELV) (acc. to VDE 0100 / VDE 0106 and/or IEC 364 / IEC 536 or relevant national
regulations).
INFORMATION!
12 VDC - 10% is included in the tolerance range.
24 VAC/DC (tolerance range: AC: -15% / +10%; DC: -25% / +30%)
• AC: Note the power supply voltage and frequency (50...60 Hz) on the nameplate.
• DC: When connecting to functional extra-low voltages, provide a facility for protective
separation (PELV) (acc. to VDE 0100 / VDE 0106 and/or IEC 364 / IEC 536 or relevant national
regulations).
INFORMATION!
12 V is not included in the tolerance range.
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Power supply connection (excluding 19" rack-mounted housing)
1 100...230 VAC (-15% / +10%), 22 VA
2 24 VDC (-55% / +30%), 12 W
3 24 VAC/DC (AC: -15% / +10%; DC: -25% / +30%), 22 VA or 12 W
Power supply connection for 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE)
Power supply connection for 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE)
INFORMATION!
For safety reasons the manufacturer has connected the 28d contacts internally to the 28z, 30z
and 32z contacts. You are advised to also connect contacts 28z, 30z and 32z to the external
protective conductor.
CAUTION!
The protective conductor contacts must not be used to loop through the PE connection.
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4.8 Inputs and outputs, overview
4.8.1 Combinations of the inputs/outputs (I/Os)
This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations.
Basic version
• Has 1 current output, 1 pulse output and 2 status outputs / limit switches.
• The pulse output can be set as status output/limit switch and one of the status outputs as a
control input.
Ex i version
• Depending on the task, the device can be configured with various output modules.
• Current outputs can be active or passive.
• Optionally available also with Foundation Fieldbus and Profibus PA
Modular version
• Depending on the task, the device can be configured with various output modules.
Bus systems
• The device allows intrinsically safe and non intrinsically safe bus interfaces in combination
with additional modules.
• For connection and operation of bus systems, please note the separate documentation.
Ex option
• Please refer to the separate instructions for connection and operation of the Ex-devices.
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4.8.2 Description of the CG number
Figure 4-21: Marking (CG number) of the electronics module and input/output variants
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ID number: 0
ID number: 0 = standard; 9 = special
Power supply option
Display (language versions)
Input/output version (I/O)
1st optional module for connection terminal A
2nd optional module for connection terminal B
The last 3 digits of the CG number (5, 6 and 7) indicate the assignment of the terminal
connections. Please see the following examples.
Examples for CG number
CG 300 11 100
100...230 VAC & standard display; basic I/O: Ia or Ip & Sp/Cp & Sp & Pp/Sp
CG 300 11 7FK
100...230 VAC & standard display; modular I/O: Ia & PN/SN and optional module PN/SN & CN
CG 300 81 4EB
24 VDC & standard display; modular I/O: Ia & Pa/Sa and optional module Pp/Sp & Ip
Description of abbreviations and CG identifier for possible optional modules
on terminals A and B
Abbreviation
Identifier for CG No.
Description
Ia
A
Active current output
Ip
B
Passive current output
Pa / Sa
C
Active pulse, frequency, status output or limit switch (changeable)
Pp / Sp
E
Passive pulse, frequency, status output or limit switch (changeable)
PN / SN
F
Passive pulse, frequency, status output or limit switch according to
NAMUR (changeable)
Ca
G
Active control input
Cp
K
Passive control input
CN
H
Active control input to NAMUR
Signal converter monitors cable breaks and short circuits acc. to
EN 60947-5-6. Errors indicated on LC display. Error messages possible
via status output.
IIna
P
Active current input
IInp
R
Passive current input
-
8
No additional module installed
-
0
No further module possible
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4.8.3 Fixed, non-alterable input/output versions
This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations.
• The grey boxes in the tables denote unassigned or unused connection terminals.
• In the table, only the final digits of the CG no. are depicted.
• Connection terminal A+ is only operable in the basic input/output version.
CG no.
Connection terminals
A+
A
A-
B
B-
C
C-
D
D-
Basic I/Os (standard)
100
Sp passive
Pp / Sp passive 2
200
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 2
300
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 2
Ip + HART® passive 1
Sp / Cp passive 2
Ia + HART® active 1
Ex i IOs (option)
210
Ia active
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 2
310
Ia active
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 2
220
Ip passive
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 2
320
Ip passive
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 2
230
IIna active
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 2
330
IIna active
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 2
240
IInp passive
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 2
340
IInp passive
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 2
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Connection terminals
A+
A
A-
B
B-
C
C-
D
D-
PA+
PA-
PA+
PA-
PROFIBUS PA (Ex i) (option)
D00
D10
D20
D30
D40
Ia active
Ip passive
IIna active
IInp passive
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
PA+
PA+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
PA+
PA+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
PA+
PA+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
PA+
PA+
PAPAPAPA-
PAPAPAPA-
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
V/D+
V/D+
FOUNDATION Fieldbus (Ex i) (option)
E00
E10
Ia active
V/D-
V/D-
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
V/D+
V/D+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
V/D+
V/D-
E20
Ip passive
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
V/D+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
E30
IIna active
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
V/D+
V/D+
FISCO Device
FISCO Device
PN / SN NAMUR
Cp passive 2
V/D+
V/D+
E40
IInp passive
V/D-
V/D-
V/DV/D-
FISCO Device
V/DV/DV/D-
FISCO Device
1 function changed by reconnecting
2 changeable
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4.8.4 Alterable input/output versions
This signal converter is available with various input/output combinations.
• The grey boxes in the tables denote unassigned or unused connection terminals.
• In the table, only the final digits of the CG no. are depicted.
• Term. = (connection) terminal
CG no.
Connection terminals
A+
A
A-
B
B-
C
C-
D
D-
Modular IOs (option)
4__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ia + HART® active
Pa / Sa active 1
8__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ip + HART® passive
Pa / Sa active 1
6__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ia + HART® active
Pp / Sp passive 1
B__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ip + HART® passive
Pp / Sp passive 1
7__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ia + HART® active
PN / SN NAMUR 1
C__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Ip + HART® passive
PN / SN NAMUR 1
PA+ (2)
PA- (2)
PA+ (1)
PA- (1)
V/D+ (2)
V/D- (2)
V/D+ (1)
V/D- (1)
RxD/TxDN(2)
Terminati
on N
RxD/TxDP(1)
RxD/TxDN(1)
PROFIBUS PA (option)
D__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
FOUNDATION Fieldbus (option)
E__
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
PROFIBUS DP (option)
F_0
1 optional module for
term. A
Terminati
on P
RxD/TxDP(2)
Modbus (Option)
G__ 2
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Common
Sign. B
(D1)
Sign. A
(D0)
H__ 3
max. 2 optional modules for term. A + B
Common
Sign. B
(D1)
Sign. A
(D0)
1 changeable
2 not activated bus terminator
3 activated bus terminator
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4.9 Description of the inputs and outputs
4.9.1 Current output
INFORMATION!
The current outputs must be connected depending on the version! Which I/O versions and
inputs/outputs are installed in your signal converter are indicated on the sticker in the cover of
the terminal compartment.
• All outputs are electrically isolated from each other and from all other circuits.
• All operating data and functions can be adjusted.
• Passive mode: external power Uext ≤ 32 VDC at I ≤ 22 mA
• Active mode: load impedance RL ≤ 1 kΩ at I ≤ 22 mA;
RL ≤ 450 Ω at I ≤ 22 mA for Ex i outputs
•
•
•
•
Self-monitoring: interruption or load impedance too high in the current output loop
Error message possible via status output, error indication on LC display.
Current value error detection can be adjusted.
Automatic range conversion via threshold or control input. The setting range for the
threshold is between 5 and 80% of Q100%, ± 0...5% hysteresis (corresponding ratio from
smaller to larger range of 1:20 to 1:1.25).
Signaling of the active range possible via a status output (adjustable).
• Forward / reverse flow measurement (F/R mode) is possible.
INFORMATION!
For further information refer to Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs on page 71 and refer
to Technical data on page 134.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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4.9.2 Pulse and frequency output
INFORMATION!
Depending on the version, the pulse and frequency outputs must be connected passively or
actively or according to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6! Which I/O version and inputs/outputs are
installed in your signal converter are indicated on the sticker in the cover of the terminal
compartment.
• All outputs are electrically isolated from each other and from all other circuits.
• All operating data and functions can be adjusted.
• Passive mode:
External power supply required: Uext ≤ 32 VDC
I ≤ 20 mA at f ≤ 10 kHz (override up to fmax ≤ 12 kHz)
I ≤ 100 mA at f ≤ 100 Hz
• Active mode:
Use of the internal power supply: Unom = 24 VDC
I ≤ 20 mA at f ≤ 10 kHz (override up to fmax ≤ 12 kHz)
I ≤ 20 mA at f ≤ 100 Hz
• NAMUR mode: passive in accordance with EN 60947-5-6, f ≤ 10 kHz,
over range up to fmax ≤ 12 kHz
• Scaling:
Frequency output: in pulses per time unit (e.g. 1000 pulses/s at Q100%);
Pulse output: quantity per pulse.
• Pulse width:
Symmetric (pulse duty factor 1:1, independent of output frequency)
automatic (with fixed pulse width, duty factor approx. 1:1 at Q100%) or
fixed (pulse width adjustable as required from 0.05 ms...2 s)
• Forward / reverse flow measurement (F/R mode) is possible.
• All pulse and frequency outputs can also be used as a status output / limit switch.
CAUTION!
At frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables must be used to prevent radio interference.
INFORMATION!
For further information refer to Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs on page 71 and refer
to Technical data on page 134.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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4.9.3 Status output and limit switch
INFORMATION!
Depending on the version, the status outputs and limit switches must be connected passively or
actively or according to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6! Which I/O version and inputs/outputs are
installed in your signal converter are indicated on the sticker in the cover of the terminal
compartment.
• The status outputs / limit switches are electrically isolated from each other and from all
other circuits.
• The output stages of the status outputs/limit switches during simple active or passive
operation behave like relay contacts and can be connected with any polarity.
• All operating data and functions can be adjusted.
• Passive mode: external power supply required:
Uext ≤ 32 VDC; I ≤ 100 mA
• Active mode: use of the internal power supply:
Unom = 24 VDC; I ≤ 20 mA
• NAMUR mode: passive in accordance with EN 60947-5-6
• For information on the adjustable operating states refer to Function tables on page 102.
INFORMATION!
For further information refer to Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs on page 71 and refer
to Technical data on page 134.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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4.9.4 Control input
INFORMATION!
Depending on the version, the control inputs must be connected passively or actively or
according to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6! Which I/O version and inputs/outputs are installed in your
signal converter are indicated on the sticker in the cover of the terminal compartment.
• All control inputs are electrically isolated from each other and from all other circuits.
• All operating data and functions can be adjusted.
• Passive mode: external power supply required:
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Active mode: use of the internal power supply:
Unom = 24 VDC
• NAMUR mode: in accordance with EN 60947-5-6
(Active control input to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6: signal converter monitors cable breaks and
short circuits acc. to EN 60947-5-6. Errors indicated on LC display. Error messages possible
via status output.
• For information on the adjustable operating states refer to Function tables on page 102.
INFORMATION!
For further information refer to Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs on page 71 and refer
to Technical data on page 134.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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4.9.5 Current input
INFORMATION!
Depending on the version, the current inputs must be connected passively or actively! Which I/O
version and inputs/outputs are installed in your signal converter are indicated on the sticker in
the cover of the terminal compartment.
• All current inputs are electrically isolated from each other and from all other circuits.
• All operating data and functions can be adjusted.
• Passive mode: external power supply required:
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Active mode: use of the internal power supply:
Uint, nom = 24 VDC
• For information on the adjustable operating states refer to Function tables on page 102.
INFORMATION!
For further information refer to Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs on page 71 and refer
to Technical data on page 134.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
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4.10 Electrical connection of the inputs and outputs
INFORMATION!
Assembly materials and tools are not part of the delivery. Use the assembly materials and tools
in compliance with the applicable occupational health and safety directives.
4.10.1 Field housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce radiation
from electrical interferences (EMC).
• Terminal A+ is only operable in the basic version.
Figure 4-22: Terminal compartment for inputs and outputs in field housing
1 Open the housing cover
2 Push the prepared cable through the cable entry and connect the necessary conductors.
3 Connect the shield if necessary.
• Close the cover of the terminal compartment.
• Close the housing cover.
INFORMATION!
Each time a housing cover is opened, the thread should be cleaned and greased. Use only resinfree and acid-free grease.
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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4.10.2 Wall-mounted housing, electrical connection of the inputs and outputs
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce radiation
from electrical interferences (EMC). The shield must be electrically connected using
6.3 mm / 0.25" push-on connectors (insulation to DIN 46245) in the I/O terminal
compartment.
• Terminal A+ is only operable in the basic version.
Figure 4-23: Connection of inputs and outputs in wall-mounted housing
1 Open the housing cover
2 Push the prepared cables through the cable entry and connect them to the supplied connector
plugs 4.
3 Connect the shield if necessary.
4 Route the connector plugs with the clamped conductors into the sockets provided for that purpose.
5 Close the housing cover.
INFORMATION!
Ensure that the housing gasket is properly fitted, clean and undamaged.
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4.10.3 19" rack-mounted housing (28 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Terminal A+ is only operable in the basic version.
Figure 4-24: Terminal compartment for inputs and outputs in rack-mounted housing
1 Shielding
• Connect the conductor to the multipolar plug according to the illustration.
• The signal cable shield is connected to the Pin S.
• Press the plug into the connector.
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4.10.4 19" rack-mounted housing (21 TE), electrical connection of the inputs and outputs
DANGER!
All work on the electrical connections may only be carried out with the power disconnected. Take
note of the voltage data on the nameplate!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Terminal A+ is only operable in the basic version.
A+
D
D-
B
B-
A
A-
A+
C
C-
Figure 4-25: Terminal compartment for inputs and outputs in rack-mounted housing
• Connect the conductor to the multipolar plug according to the illustration.
• Press the plug into the connector.
4.10.5 Laying electrical cables correctly
Figure 4-26: Protect housing from dust and water
1
2
3
4
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Lay the cable in a loop just before the housing.
Tighten the screw connection of the cable entry securely.
Never mount the housing with the cable entries facing upwards.
Seal cable entries that are not needed with a plug.
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4.11 Connection diagrams of inputs and outputs
4.11.1 Important notes
INFORMATION!
Depending on the version, the inputs/outputs must be connected passively or actively or acc. to
NAMUR EN 60947-5-6! Which I/O version and inputs/outputs are installed in your signal
converter are indicated on the sticker in the cover of the terminal compartment.
• All groups are electrically isolated from each other and from all other input and output
circuits.
• Passive operating mode: An external power supply is necessary to operate (activation) the
subsequent devices (Uext).
• Active operating mode: The signal converter supplies the power for operation (activation) of
the subsequent devices, observe max. operating data.
• Terminals that are not used should not have any conductive connection to other electrically
conductive parts.
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
Description of used abbreviations
Ia
Ip
Current output active or passive
Pa
Pp
Pulse/frequency output active or passive
PN
Sa
Pulse/frequency output passive acc. to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6
Sp
SN
Ca
Status output/limit switch passive acc. to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6
Cp
CN
IIna
Status output/limit switch active or passive
Control input active or passive
Control input active acc. to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6:
Signal converter monitors cable breaks and short circuits acc. to EN 60947-5-6. Errors
indicated on LC display. Error messages possible via status output.
IInp
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4.11.2 Description of the electrical symbols
mA meter
0...20 mA or 4...20 mA and other
RL is the internal resistance of the measuring point including the cable
resistance
DC voltage source (Uext), external power supply, any connection polarity
DC voltage source (Uext), observe connection polarity according to
connection diagrams
Internal DC voltage source
Controlled internal power source in the device
Electronic or electromagnetic counter
At frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables must be used to connect the
counters.
Ri Internal resistance of the counter
Button, NO contact or similar
Table 4-1: Description of symbols
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4.11.3 Basic inputs/outputs
CAUTION!
Observe connection polarity.
Current output active (HART®), basic I/Os
• Uint, nom = 24 VDC nominal
• I ≤ 22 mA
• RL ≤ 1 kΩ
Figure 4-27: Current output active Ia
Current output passive (HART®), basic I/Os
• Uint, nom = 24 VDC nominal
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• U0 ≥ 1.8 V
• RL ≤ (Uext - U0) / Imax
Figure 4-28: Current output passive Ip
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INFORMATION!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Compact and field housing versions: Shield connected via the cable terminals in the terminal
compartment.
Wall-mounted version: Shield connected using 6.3 mm / 0.25" push-on connectors
(insulation to DIN 46245) in the terminal compartment.
• Any connection polarity.
Pulse/frequency output passive, basic I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• fmax in operating menu set to fmax ≤ 100 Hz:
I ≤ 100 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V at I ≤ 100 mA
• fmax in the operating menu set to 100 Hz < fmax ≤ 10 kHz:
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 1.5 V at I ≤ 1 mA
U0, max = 2.5 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 5.0 V at I ≤ 20 mA
• If the following maximum load resistance RL, max is exceeded, the load resistance RL must be
reduced accordingly by parallel connection of R:
f ≤ 100 Hz: RL, max = 47 kΩ
f ≤ 1 kHz: RL, max = 10 kΩ
f ≤ 10 kHz: RL, max = 1 kΩ
• The minimum load resistance RL, min is calculated as follows:
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• Can also be set as status output; for the electrical connection refer to status output
connection diagram.
Figure 4-29: Pulse/frequency output passive Pp
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INFORMATION!
• Any connection polarity.
Status output / limit switch passive, basic I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 100 mA
• RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V at I ≤ 100 mA
• The output is open when the device is de-energized.
• X stands for the terminals B, C or D. The functions of the connection terminals depend on the
settings refer to Function tables on page 102.
Figure 4-30: Status output / limit switch passive Sp
Control input passive, basic I/Os
• 8 V ≤ Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Imax = 6.5 mA at Uext ≤ 24 VDC
Imax = 8.2 mA at Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Switching point for identifying "contact open or closed":
Contact open (off): U0 ≤ 2.5 V with Inom = 0.4 mA
Contact closed (on): U0 ≥ 8 V with Inom = 2.8 mA
• Can also be set as a status output; for the electrical connection refer to status output
connection diagram.
Figure 4-31: Control input passive Cp
1 Signal
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4.11.4 Modular inputs/outputs and bus systems
CAUTION!
Observe connection polarity.
INFORMATION!
• For further information on electrical connection refer to Description of the inputs and outputs
on page 62.
• For the electrical connection of bus systems, please refer to the separate documentation for
the respective bus systems.
Current output active (only current output terminals C/C- have HART® capability),
modular I/Os
• Uint, nom = 24 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• RL ≤ 1 kΩ
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or C, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-32: Current output active Ia
Current output passive (only current output terminals C/C- have HART® capability),
modular I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• U0 ≥ 1.8 V
• RL ≤ (Uext - U0) / Imax
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or C, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-33: Current output passive Ip
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INFORMATION!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Compact and field housing versions: Shield connected via the cable terminals in the terminal
compartment.
Wall-mounted version: Shield connected using 6.3 mm / 0.25" push-on connectors
(insulation to DIN 46245) in the terminal compartment.
• Any connection polarity.
Pulse/frequency output active, modular I/Os
• Unom = 24 VDC
• fmax in operating menu set to fmax ≤ 100 Hz:
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 24 V at I = 20 mA
• fmax in the operating menu set to 100 Hz < fmax ≤ 10 kHz:
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 22.5 V at I = 1 mA
U0, nom = 21.5 V at I = 10 mA
U0, nom = 19 V at I = 20 mA
• If the following maximum load resistance RL, max is exceeded, the load resistance RL must be
reduced accordingly by parallel connection of R:
f ≤ 100 Hz: RL, max = 47 kΩ
f ≤ 1 kHz: RL, max = 10 kΩ
f ≤ 10 kHz: RL, max = 1 kΩ
• The minimum load resistance RL, min is calculated as follows:
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-34: Pulse / frequency output active Pa
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INFORMATION!
For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
Pulse/frequency output passive, modular I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• fmax in the operating menu set to fmax ≤ 100 Hz:
I ≤ 100 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V at I ≤ 100 mA
• fmax in the operating menu set to 100 Hz < fmax ≤ 10 kHz:
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 1.5 V at I ≤ 1 mA
U0, max = 2.5 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 5 V at I ≤ 20 mA
• If the following maximum load resistance RL, max is exceeded, the load resistance RL must be
reduced accordingly by parallel connection of R:
f ≤ 100 Hz: RL, max = 47 kΩ
f ≤ 1 kHz: RL, max = 10 kΩ
f ≤ 10 kHz: RL, max = 1 kΩ
• The minimum load resistance RL, min is calculated as follows:
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• Can also be set as status output; refer to status output connection diagram.
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-35: Pulse frequency output passive Pp
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INFORMATION!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Compact and field housing versions: Shield connected via the cable terminals in the terminal
compartment.
Wall-mounted version: Shield connected using 6.3 mm / 0.25" push-on connectors
(insulation to DIN 46245) in the terminal compartment.
• Any connection polarity.
Pulse and frequency output passive PN NAMUR, modular I/O
• Connection in conformity with EN 60947-5-6
• open:
Inom = 0.6 mA
closed:
Inom = 3.8 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-36: Pulse and frequency output passive PN to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6
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Status output / limit switch active, modular I/Os
• Observe connection polarity.
• Uint = 24 VDC
• I ≤ 20 mA
• RL ≤ 47 kΩ
• open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 24 V at I = 20 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-37: Status output / limit switch active Sa
Status output / limit switch passive, modular I/Os
• Any connection polarity.
• Uext = 32 VDC
• I ≤ 100 mA
• RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V at I ≤ 100 mA
• The output is open when the device is de-energized.
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-38: Status output / limit switch passive Sp
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Status output / limit switch SN NAMUR, modular I/Os
• Any connection polarity.
• Connection in conformity with EN 60947-5-6
• open:
Inom = 0.6 mA
closed:
Inom = 3.8 mA
• The output is open when the device is de-energized.
• X designates the connection terminals A, B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-39: Status output / limit switch SN to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6
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CAUTION!
Observe connection polarity.
Control input active, modular I/Os
• Uint = 24 VDC
• External contact open:
U0, nom = 22 V
External contact closed:
Inom = 4 mA
• Switching point for identifying "contact open or closed":
Contact open (off): U0 ≤ 10 V with Inom = 1.9 mA
Contact closed (on): U0 ≥ 12 V with Inom = 1.9 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-40: Control input active Ca
1 Signal
Control input passive, modular I/Os
• 3 V ≤ Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Imax = 9.5 mA at Uext ≤ 24 V
Imax = 9.5 mA at Uext ≤ 32 V
• Switching point for identifying "contact open or closed":
Contact open (off): U0 ≤ 2.5 V with Inom = 1.9 mA
Contact closed (on): U0 ≥ 3 V with Inom = 1.9 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-41: Control input passive Cp
1 Signal
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CAUTION!
Observe connection polarity.
Control input active CN NAMUR, modular I/Os
• Connection acc. to EN 60947-5-6
• Switching point for identifying "contact open or closed":
Contact open (off): U0, nom = 6.3 V with Inom < 1.9 mA
Contact closed (on): U0, nom = 6.3 V with Inom > 1.9 mA
• Detection of cable break:
U0 ≥ 8.1 V with I ≤ 0.1 mA
• Detection of cable short circuit:
U0 ≤ 1.2 V with I ≥ 6.7 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-42: Control input active CN to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6
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Current input active, modular I/Os
• Uint, nom = 24 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• Imax ≤ 26 mA (electronically limited)
• U0, min = 19 V at I ≤ 22 mA
• no HART
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-43: Current input active IIna
1 Signal
2 2-wire transmitter (e.g. temperature)
Current input passive, modular I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• Imax ≤ 26 mA
• U0, max = 5 V at I ≤ 22 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-44: Current input passive IInp
1 Signal
2 2-wire transmitter (e.g. temperature)
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4.11.5 Ex i inputs/outputs
DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
INFORMATION!
For further information on electrical connection refer to Description of the inputs and outputs on
page 62.
Current output active (only current output terminals C/C- have HART® capability), Ex i
I/Os
• Observe connection polarity.
• Uint, nom = 20 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• RL ≤ 450 Ω
• X designates the connection terminals A or C, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-45: Current output active Ia Exi
Current output passive (only current output terminals C/C- have HART® capability),
Ex i I/Os
• Any connection polarity.
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• U0 ≥ 4 V
• RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
• X designates the connection terminals A or C, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-46: Current output passive Ip Exi
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DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
INFORMATION!
• For frequencies above 100 Hz, shielded cables are to be used in order to reduce effects from
electrical interferences (EMC).
• Compact and field housing versions: Shield connected via the cable terminals in the terminal
compartment.
Wall-mounted version: Shield connected using 6.3 mm / 0.25" push-on connectors
(insulation to DIN 46245) in the terminal compartment.
• Any connection polarity.
Pulse and frequency output passive PN NAMUR, Ex i I/Os
• Connection acc. to EN 60947-5-6
• open:
Inom = 0.43 mA
closed:
Inom = 4.5 mA
• X designates the connection terminals B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-47: Pulse and frequency output passive PN as per NAMUR EN 60947-5-6 Exi
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INFORMATION!
• Any connection polarity.
Status output/limit switch SN NAMUR, Ex i I/Os
• Connection acc. to EN 60947-5-6
• open:
Inom = 0.43 mA
closed:
Inom = 4.5 mA
• The output is closed when the device is de-energized.
• X designates the connection terminals B or D, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-48: Status output/limit switch SN to NAMUR EN 60947-5-6 Exi
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DANGER!
For devices used in hazardous areas, additional safety notes apply; please refer to the Ex
documentation.
INFORMATION!
• Any connection polarity.
Control input passive, Ex i I/Os
• 5.5 V ≤ Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• Imax = 6 mA at Uext ≤ 24 V
Imax = 6.5 mA at Uext ≤ 32 V
• Switching point for identifying "contact open or closed":
Contact open (off): U0 ≤ 3.5 V with I ≤ 0.5 mA
Contact closed (on): U0 ≥ 5.5 V with I ≥ 4 mA
• X designates the connection terminals B, if available.
Figure 4-49: Control input passive Cp Exi
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Current input active, Ex i I/Os
• Uint, nom = 20 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• U0, min = 14 V at I ≤ 22 mA
• In the event of a short circuit, the voltage is cut off.
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-50: Current input active IIna
1 Signal
2 2-wire transmitter (e.g. temperature)
Current input passive, Ex i I/Os
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• I ≤ 22 mA
• U0, max = 4 V at I ≤ 22 mA
• X designates the connection terminals A or B, depending on the version of the signal
converter.
Figure 4-51: Current input passive IInp
1 Signal
2 2-wire transmitter (e.g. temperature)
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4.11.6 HART® connection
INFORMATION!
• In the basic I/O the current output at connection terminals A+/A-/A always has HART®
capability.
• For modular I/O, only the current output module for the connection terminals C/C- has
HART® capability.
HART® connection active (point-to-point)
Figure 4-52: HART® connection active (Ia)
1 Basic I/O: terminals A and A+
2 Modular I/O: terminals C- and C
3 HART® communicator
The parallel resistance to the HART® communicator must be R ≥ 230 Ω.
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HART® connection passive (Multi-Drop operation)
• I: I0% ≥ 4 mA
• Multi-Drop mode I: Ifix ≥ 4 mA = I0%
• Uext ≤ 32 VDC
• R ≥ 230 Ω
Figure 4-53: HART® connection passive (Ip)
1 Basic I/O: terminals A- and A
2 Modular I/O: terminals C- and C
3 HART® communicator
4 Other HART®- capable devices
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START-UP 5
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5.1 Switching on the power
Before connecting to power, please check that the system has been correctly installed.
This includes:
• The device must be mechanically safe and mounted in compliance with the regulations.
• The power connections must have been made in compliance with the regulations.
• The electrical terminal compartments must be secured and the covers have been screwed
on.
• Check that the electrical operating data of the power supply are correct.
• Switching on the power.
5.2 Starting the signal converter
The measuring device, consisting of the measuring sensor and the signal converter, is supplied
ready for operation. All operating data have been set at the factory in accordance with your order
specifications.
When the power is switched on, a self test is carried out. After that the device immediately
begins measuring, and the current values are displayed.
Figure 5-1: Displays in measuring mode (examples for 2 or 3 measured values)
x, y and z denote the units of the measured values displayed
It is possible to change between the two measured value windows, the trend display and the list
with the status messages by pressing the keys ↑ and ↓. For information about possible status
messages, their meaning and cause refer to Status messages and diagnostic information on
page 124.
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OPERATION 6
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6.1 Display and operating elements
Figure 6-1: Display and operating elements (Example: flow indication with 2 measuring values)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Indicates a possible status message in the status list
Tag number (is only indicated if this number was entered previously by the operator)
Indicates when a key has been pressed
1st measured variable in large representation
Bargraph indication
Keys (see table below for function and representation in text)
Interface to the GDC bus (not present in all signal converter versions)
Infrared sensor (not present in all signal converter versions)
INFORMATION!
• The switching point for the 4 optical keys is located directly in front of the glass. It is
recommended to activate the keys at right angles to the front. Touching them from the side
can cause incorrect operation.
• After 5 minutes of inactivity, there is an automatic return to measuring mode. Previously
changed data is not saved.
Key
Measuring mode
Menu mode
Sub-menu or function Parameter and data
mode
mode
>
Switch from measuring
mode to menu mode;
press key for 2.5 s,
"Quick Start" menu is
then displayed
Access to displayed
menu, then 1st
submenu is displayed
Access to displayed sub- For numerical values,
menu or function
move cursor
(highlighted in blue) one
position to the right
^
Reset of display
Return to measuring
mode but prompt
whether the data should
be saved
Press 1 to 3 times,
return to menu mode,
data saved
Return to sub-menu or
function, data saved
↓ or ↑
Switch between display
pages: measured
value 1 + 2, trend page
and status page(s)
Select menu
Select sub-menu or
function
Use cursor highlighted
in blue to change
number, unit, setting
and to move the decimal
point
Esc (> + ↑)
-
-
Return to menu mode
without acceptance of
data
Return to sub-menu or
function without
acceptance of data
Table 6-1: Description of key functionality
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6.1.1 Display in measuring mode with 2 or 3 measured values
Figure 6-2: Example for display in measuring mode with 2 or 3 measured values
1
2
3
4
5
Indicates a possible status message in the status list
Tag number (is only indicated if this number was entered previously by the operator)
1st measured variable in large depiction
Bargraph indication
Depiction with 3 measured values
6.1.2 Display for selection of sub-menu and functions, 3 lines
Figure 6-3: Display for selection of sub-menu and functions, 3 lines
Indicates a possible status message in the status list
Menu, sub-menu or function name
Number relating to 2
Indicates position within menu, sub-menu or function list
Next menu, sub-menu or function
(_ _ _ signalise in this line the end of the list)
6 Current menu, sub-menu or function
7 Previous menu, sub-menu or function
(_ _ _ signalise in this line the beginning of the list)
1
2
3
4
5
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6.1.3 Display when setting parameters, 4 lines
Figure 6-4: Display when setting parameters, 4 lines
Current menu, sub-menu or function
Number relating to 1
Denotes factory setting
Denotes permissible value range
Permissible value range for numeric values
Currently set value, unit or function (when selected, appears with white text, blue background)
This is where the data is changed.
7 Current parameter (open with >)
8 Factory setting of parameter (non-alterable)
1
2
3
4
5
6
6.1.4 Display when changing parameters, 4 lines
Figure 6-5: Display when changing parameters, 4 lines
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Current menu, sub-menu or function
Number relating to 1
Denotes the change of a parameter (simple to check changed data when browsing through lists)
Next parameter
Currently set data from 6
Current parameter (for selection press key >; then see previous chapter)
Factory setting of parameter (non-alterable)
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6.1.5 Using an IR interface (option)
The optical IR interface serves as an adapter for PC-based communication with the signal
converter without opening the housing.
INFORMATION!
• This device is not part of the scope of delivery.
• For more information about activation with the functions A6 or C5.6.6 refer to Function tables
on page 102.
Figure 6-6: IR interface
1
2
3
4
Glass panel in front of the control and display panel
IR interface
LED lights up when IR interface is activated.
Suction cups
Time-out function
Following activation of the IR interface in Fct. A6 or C5.6.6 the interface must be properly
positioned and attached to the housing with the suction cups within 60 seconds. If this does not
happen within the specified time period, the device can be operated using the optical keys again.
Upon activation, the LED 3 lights up and the optical keys no longer function.
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6.2 Menu structure
INFORMATION!
Note the key function within and between the columns.
Measuring mode
^
Select
menu
↓ Select menu and/or sub-menu
↑ ↓↑
Select
function
and set
data
↓↑>
Press
> 2.5 s
A quick setup
> A1 language
^
A2 Tag
A3 reset
>
^
> A3.1 reset errors
^
A3.2 counter 1
A3.3 counter 2
A3.4 counter 3
A4 analogue outputs
A4.1 measurement
A4.2 unit
A4.3 range
A4.4 low flow cutoff
A4.5 time constant
A5 digital outputs
A5.1 measurement
A5.2 pulse value unit
A5.3 value p. pulse
A5.4 low flow cutoff
A6 GDC IR interface
A7 process input
> A7.1 device serial no.
^
A7.2 zero calibration
A7.3 size
A7.4 GK
A7.5 GKL
A7.6 coil resistance Rsp
A7.7 calib. coil temp.
A7.8 target conduct.
A7.9 EF electr. factor
A7.10 field frequency
A7.11 flow direction
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^
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Select
menu
↓ Select menu and/or sub-menu
↑ ↓↑
Select
function
and set
data
↓↑>
Press
> 2.5 s
B test
> B1 simulation
^
> B1.1 flow speed
^
B1.2 volume flow
>
^
B1.… current out X
B1.… pulse output X
B1.… frequency out X
B1.… control input X
B1.… limit switch X
B1.… status output X
B1.… current input X
B1.7 flow fraction
B1.8 level
B2 actual values
> B2.1 operating hours
^
B2.2 act. flow speed
B2.3 act. coil temp.
B2.4 electr. temperature
B2.5 act. conductivity
B2.6 act. electr. noise
B2.7 act. flow profile
B2.8 act. coil resistance
B2.9 current input A
B2.10 current input B
B2.11 flow fraction
B2.12 level
B3 information
> B3.1 C number
^
B3.2 process input
B3.3 SW.REV.MS
B3.4 SW.REV.UIS
B3.6 Electronic
Revision ER
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Measuring mode
^
Select
menu
↓ Select menu and/or sub-menu
↑ ↓↑
Select
function
and set
data
↓↑>
Press
> 2.5 s
C setup
> C1 process input
^
> C1.1 calibration
^
C1.2 filter
>
^
C1.3 self test
C1.4 information
C1.5 simulation
> C2 I/O (Input/Output)
^
^
> C2.1 hardware
^
C2.… current out X
>
^
C2.… frequency out X
C2.… pulse output X
C2.… status output X
C2.… limit switch X
C2.… control input X
C2.… current input X
> C3 I/O counter
^
^
> C3.1 counter 1
^
C3.2 counter 2
>
^
C3.3 counter 3
> C4 I/O HART
^
^
> C4.1 PV is
^
C4.2 SV is
>
^
C4.3 TV is
C4.4 4V is
C4.5 HART units
> C5 device
^
^
> C5.1 device info
^
C5.2 display
>
^
C5.3 1. meas. page
C5.4 2. meas. page
C5.5 graphic page
C5.6 special functions
C5.7 units
C5.8 HART
C5.9 quick setup
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6.3 Function tables
INFORMATION!
Depending on the device version, not all functions are available.
6.3.1 Menu A, quick setup
No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
A1 language
A1
language
Language selection depends on the device version.
Tag
Measuring point identifier (Tag no.) appears in the LC display header.
A3
reset
-
A3.1
reset errors
reset? Select: no/yes
A3.2
reset counter 1
reset counter? Select: no / yes (available if activated in C5.9.1)
A3.3
reset counter 2
reset counter? Select: no / yes (available if activated in C5.9.2)
A3.4
reset counter 3
reset counter? Select: no / yes (available if activated in C5.9.3)
A2 Tag
A2
A3 reset
A4 analogue outputs (only for HART®)
A4
analogue outputs
Applicable to all current outputs (terminals A, B and C), frequency outputs
(terminals A, B and D), limit switches (terminals A, B, C, and/or D) and the
1st display page / line 1.
A4.1
measurement
1) Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity
2) Use for all outputs? (also use this setting for Fct. A4.2...A4.5!)
Setting: no (applies only to the main current output ) / yes (applies to all
analogue outputs)
A4.2
unit
Selection of the unit from a list, depending on the measurement.
A4.3
range
1) Setting for main current output (range: 0...100%)
Setting: 0…x.xx (format and unit, depending on measurement, see A4.1 and
A4.2 above)
2) Use for all outputs? Make setting, see Fct. A4.1 above !
A4.4
low flow cutoff
1) Setting for main current output (sets output value to "0")
Setting: x.xxx ± x.xxx% (range: 0.0…20%)
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
2) Use for all outputs? Make setting, see Fct. A4.1 above !
A4.5
time constant
1) Setting for main current output (applicable to all flow measurements)
Setting: xxx.x s (range: 000.1…100 s)
2) Use for all outputs? Make setting, see Fct. A4.1 above !
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A4 station address (only for PROFIBUS)
A4
station address
Setting of device address.
A4 slave address (only for MODBUS)
A4
slave address
Setting of device address.
A5 digital outputs (only for HART®)
A5
digital outputs
Valid for all pulse outputs (terminals A, B and/or D) and counter 1.
A5.1
measurement
1) Select measurement: volume flow / mass flow (not valid for PF (partly
filled))
2) Use for all outputs? (also use this setting for Fct. A5.2...A5.4!)
Setting: no (only for pulse output D) / yes (for all digital outputs)
A5.2
pulse value unit
Selection of the unit from a list, depending on the measurement.
A5.3
value p. pulse
1) Setting for pulse output D (volume or mass value per pulse)
Setting: xxx.xxx in l/s or kg/s
2) Use for all outputs? Make setting, see Fct. A5.1 above!
A5.4
low flow cutoff
1) Setting for pulse output D (sets output value to "0")
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
2) Use for all outputs? Make setting, see Fct. A5.1 above!
A6 GDC IR interface
A6
GDC IR interface
After this function has been activated an optical GDC adapter can be
connected to the LC display. If approximately 60 seconds pass without a
connection being established or after the adapter is removed, then the
function is exited and the optical keys are active once again.
Select: break (exit function without connection) /
activate (the IR interface (adapter) and interrupt the optical keys)
A7 process input
A7.1
device serial no.
Serial no. of the system.
The following process input parameters are only available, if the quick access has been activated in the menu "setup /
device / quick setup.
A7.2
zero calibration
Display of actual zero calibration value.
Query: calibrate zero?
Setting: break (return with ^) / standard (factory setting) /
manual (display last value, set new value, range: -1.00…+1 m/s) /
range: -1.00…+1 m/s) /
automatic (shows the current value as the new zero calibration value)
A7.3
size
Select from size table.
A7.4
GK
A7.5
GKL
Depending on the selection in Fct. A7.4 / A7.5, the Fct. C1.1.0, 5 or 6 appears
Set value acc. to nameplate; range: 0.5…12 (20)
A7.6
coil resistance Rsp
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calib. coil temp.
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The coil temperature is derived from the coil resistance at the reference
temperature.
Set coil temperature:
break (return with ^ key)
standard (= 20°C)
automatic (set current temperature); range: -40.0…+200°C
Set coil resistance:
break (return with ^ key)
standard (= setting of Fct. A7.6)
automatic (= calibration with the current resistance)
A7.8
target conduct.
Reference value for on-site calibration; range: 1.000...50000 μS/cm
A7.9
EF electr. factor
For calculation of the conductivity based on the electrode impedance
(Fct. C1.1.11).
Select: break (return with ^ key) /
standard (with factory setting) /
manual (set desired value) /
automatic (determines EF according to the setting in Fct. A7.8 or
Fct. C1.1.10)
A7.10
field frequency
A7.11
flow direction
Setting as on measuring sensor nameplate =
line frequency x value (from the following list):
2; 4/3; 2/3; 1/2; 1/4; 1/6; 1/8; 1/12; 1/18; 1/36; 1/50
Define polarity of flow direction.
forwards (according to the arrow on the measuring sensor) or backwards (in
the opposite direction to the arrow)
6.3.2 Menu B, test
No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
B1 simulation
B1
simulation
Displayed values are simulated.
B1.1
flow speed
Simulation of the flow speed
Select: break (exit function without simulation) /
set value (range: -12…+12 m/s; unit selection in Fct. C5.7.7)
Query: start simulation?
Settings: no (exit function without simulation) / yes (start simulation)
B1.2
volume flow
Volume flow simulation, sequence and settings similar to B1.1, see above!
X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B, C or D
… stands for Fct. no. B1.3...1.6
B1.…
current out X
B1.…
pulse output X
B1.…
frequency out X
B1.…
control input X
B1.…
limit switch X
B1.…
status output X
B1.…
current input X
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X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B, C or D
Sequence and settings similar to B1.1, see above!
For pulse output a set number of pulses are output in 1 s!
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No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
B2 actual values
B2
actual values
Display the current values; exit the displayed function with key ^.
B2.1
operating hours
Display the actual operating hours; exit the displayed function with key ^.
B2.2
act. flow speed
Display the actual flow speed; exit the displayed function with key ^.
B2.3
act. coil temp.
See also Fct. C1.1.7...C1.1.8
B2.4
electr. temperature
Display the actual electronics temperature; exit the displayed function with
key ^.
B2.5
act. conductivity
See also Fct. C1.3.1...C1.3.2
B2.6
act. electr. noise
See also Fct. C1.3.13...C1.3.15
B2.7
act. flow profile
See also Fct. C1.1.10...C1.1.12
B2.8
act. coil resistance
Display the actual resistance of the field coils depending on the current coil
temperature.
B2.9
current input A
Displays the active current value.
B2.10
current input B
B3 information
B3
information
-
B3.1
C number
CG number, non-alterable (I/O version)
B3.2
process input
Process input section
LC display:
1st line: ID No. of the circuit board
2nd line: software version
3rd line: production date
B3.3
SW.REV.MS
Electronics and HART® software.
LC display:
1st line: ID No. of the circuit board
2nd line: software version
3rd line: production date
B3.4
SW.REV.UIS
User interface
LC display:
1st line: ID No. of the circuit board
2nd line: software version
3rd line: production date
B3.5
"bus interface"
Only appears with Profibus, Modbus and FF.
LC display:
1st line: ID No. of the circuit board
2nd line: software version
3rd line: production date
B3.6
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6.3.3 Menu C, setup
No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
C1 process input
C1.1 calibration
C1.1
calibration
Grouping of all functions related to measuring sensor calibration.
C1.1.1
zero calibration
Display of actual zero calibration value.
Query: calibrate zero?
Setting: break (return with ^ key) /
standard (with factory setting) /
manual (display last value, set new value, range: -1.00…+1 m/s) /
range: -1.00…+1 m/s) /
automatic (shows the current value as the new zero calibration value)
C1.1.2
size
Select from size table.
C1.1.3
GK selection
Select the field current and the active GKx values; select GK value (see
nameplate of the measuring sensor).
Select: GK & GKL (both values possible / linearity test) /
GK (250 mApp) (only GK values possible) /
GKL (125 mApp) (only GKL values possible) /
GKH (250 mApp) (only GKH values possible)
C1.1.4
GK
Depending on the selection in Fct. C1.1.3, Fct. C1.1.4 appears.
Set value acc. to nameplate; range: 0.5…12 (20)
C1.1.5
GKL
Depending on the selection in Fct. C1.1.3, Fct. C1.1.5 appears.
Set value acc. to nameplate; range: 0.5…12 (20)
C1.1.6
GKH
Depending on the selection in Fct. C1.1.3, Fct. C1.1.6 appears.
Set value acc. to nameplate; range: 0.5…12 (20)
C1.1.7
coil resistance Rsp
Field coil resistance at 20°C; range: 10.00...220 Ω
C1.1.8
calib. coil temp.
The coil temperature is derived from the coil resistance at the reference
temperature.
Set coil temperature:
break (return with ^ key)
standard (= 20°C)
automatic (set current temperature); range: -40.0…+200°C
Set coil resistance:
break (return with ^ key)
standard (= setting of Fct. C1.1.7)
automatic (= calibration with the current resistance)
C1.1.9
density
Calculation of mass flow with constant density of product;
range: 0.1…5 kg/l
C1.1.10
target conduct.
Reference value for on-site calibration; range: 1.000...50000 μS/cm
C1.1.11
EF electr. factor
For calculation of the conductivity based on the electrode impedance.
Select: break (return with ^ key) /
standard (with factory setting) /
manual (set desired value) /
automatic (determines EF according to the setting in Fct. C1.1.10)
C1.1.12
num. of electrodes
Selection see measuring sensor nameplate:
2 electrodes (no full pipe electrode available) /
3 electrodes (with full pipe electrode but no grounding electrode available) /
4 electrodes (full pipe and grounding electrode available)
C1.1.13
field frequency
Setting as on measuring sensor nameplate =
line frequency x value (from the following list):
2; 4/3; 2/3; ½; 1/4; 1/6; 1/8; 1/12; 1/18; 1/36; 1/50
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No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
C1.1.14
select settling
Select settling (special function)
Select: standard (fixed allocation) /
manual (manual time setting for the settling time for the field current)
C1.1.15
settling time
Only when "manual" selected in Fct. C1.1.14; range: 1.0…250 ms
C1.1.16
line frequency
Set line frequency.
automatic (measuring & setting; for DC systems fixed setting 50 Hz)
Select: 50 Hz or 60 Hz (fixed setting)
C1.1.17
act. coil resistance
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C1.2 filter
C1.2
filter
Grouping of all functions related to filter of measuring sensor electronics.
C1.2.1
limitation
Limitation of all flow values, before smoothing by time constant, affects all
outputs.
Settings: -xxx.x / +xxx.x m/s; condition: 1st value < 2nd value
Range 1st value: -100.0 m/s ≤ value ≤ -0.001 m/s
Range 2nd value: +0.001 m/s ≤ value ≤ +100 m/s
C1.2.2
flow direction
Define polarity of flow direction.
forwards (according to the arrow on the measuring sensor) or backwards (in
the opposite direction to the arrow)
C1.2.3
time constant
C1.2.4
pulse filter
For all flow measurements and outputs.
xxx.x s; range: 0.0…100 s
Suppresses noise due to solids, air/gas bubbles and sudden changes in pH.
Select: off (without pulse filter) / on (with old pulse filter) / automatic (with
new pulse filter)
Pulse filter "on": The change from one measurement value to the next one is
limited to the value "pulse limitation" for the total time "pulse width".
This filter allows a faster signal tracking for slowly changing flow values.
Pulse filter "automatic": The raw flow values are collected into a buffer,
covering two times the "pulse width" values. This filter is called "median"
filter.
This filter allows a better suppression of pulse shaped disturbances
(particles or air bubbles in very noisy environment).
C1.2.5
pulse width
Length of interference and delays to be suppressed on sudden changes in
flow.
Only available, if pulse filter (Fct. C1.2.4) is "on" or "automatic"
xx.x s; range: 0.01...10 s
C1.2.6
pulse limitation
C1.2.7
noise filter
C1.2.8
noise level
C1.2.9
noise suppression
Dynamic limitation from one measured value to the next; only effective, if
pulse filter (Fct. C1.2.4) is "on".
xx.x s; range: 0.01...100 m/s
Suppresses noise at low conductivity, high solids content, air and gas
bubbles, and chemically inhomogeneous media.
Select: off (without noise filter) / on (with noise filter)
Range within which changes are evaluated as noise, and outside of which
changes are evaluated as flow (only with noise filter switched on,
Fct. C1.2.7).
xx.xx m/s; range: 0.01...10 m/s
Set noise suppression (only when noise filter switched on, Fct. C1.2.7).
Range: 1…10, noise suppression factor [min = 1...max = 10]
C1.2.10
low flow cutoff
Sets output value of all outputs to "0":
x.xxx ± x.xxx m/s (ft/s); range: 0.0…10 m/s
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
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C1.3 self test
C1.3
self test
Grouping of all functions related to self test of measuring sensor
electronics.
C1.3.1
empty pipe detect
Switch conductivity measurement off and on (measurement of the electrode
resistance).
Select: Off (no electrode resistance measurement, conductivity
measurement or empty pipe indication) /
conductivity (only conductivity measurement) /
cond. + empty pipe [F] (conductivity measurement and empty pipe indication,
error category [F] application);
Flow indication "= 0" when pipe empty /
cond. + empty pipe [S] (conductivity measurement and empty pipe indication,
error category [S] measurement out of specification);
Flow indication "= 0" when pipe empty
cond. + empty pipe [I] (conductivity measurement and empty pipe indication,
error category [I] information);
Flow indication "= 0" when pipe empty
C1.3.2
limit empty pipe
Only available when empty pipe activated [..] in Fct. C1.3.1.
Range: 0.0…9999 μS (set max 50% of the lowest occurring conductivity in
operation. Conductivity below this value = signal as empty pipe)
C1.3.3
act. conductivity
Only available when empty pipe activated [..] in Fct. C1.3.1.
Actual conductivity is indicated. Activation takes place only after setting
mode is exited!
C1.3.4
full pipe detect
Only for measuring sensors with 3 (4) electrodes.
Select: off (no full pipe measurement) / on (full pipe measurement by 3rd
electrode)
C1.3.5
limit full pipe
C1.3.6
linearity
Only when full pipe detection activated, see Fct. C1.3.4.
Range: 0.0…9999 μS (conductivity over this value = signal as full pipe)
Only if GK values "GK+GKL" are activated with Fct. C1.1.3 (check carried out
with 2 field currents).
Select: off (no linearity check) / on (linearity check activated)
C1.3.7
act linearity
Only available when linearity test "on" activated in Fct. C1.3.6. The
conductivity measurement must also be activated, see Fct. C1.3.1.
Activation takes place only after setting mode is exited!
C1.3.8
gain
Automatic test switched off / on.
Select: off /on
C1.3.9
coil current
C1.3.10
flow profile
Automatic test switched off / on.
Select: off /on
C1.3.11
limit flow profile
Only with flow profile switched on, see Fct. C1.3.10.
Range: 0.000…10 (absolute values above this threshold generate an error of
category [S])
C1.3.12
act. flow profile
Only available when flow profile "on" activated in Fct. C1.3.10. Activation
takes place only after setting mode is exited!
C1.3.13
electrode noise
Automatic test switched off / on.
Select: off /on
C1.3.14
limit electr. noise
Only with electrode noise activated, see Fct. C1.3.13.
Range: 0.000…12 m/s (noise above this threshold generates an error of
category [S])
C1.3.15
act. electr. noise
Only available when electrode noise "on" activated in Fct. C1.3.13. Activation
takes place only after setting mode is exited!
C1.3.16
settling of field
Automatic test switched off / on.
Select: off /on
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diagnosis value
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Select diagnosis value for testing the various analogue outputs.
Select:
off (no diagnosis) / electrode noise (activate Fct. C1.3.13) /
flow profile (activate Fct. C1.3.10) / linearity (activate Fct. C1.3.6) /
terminal 2 DC (electrode DC voltage) / terminal 3 DC (electrode DC voltage)
C1.4 information
C1.4
information
Grouping of all functions related to information with respect to measuring
sensor and sensor electronics.
C1.4.1
liner
Shows material of the liner.
C1.4.2
electr. material
Shows material of the electrodes.
C1.4.3
calibration date
Not available at this time.
C1.4.4
serial no. sensor
Shows serial no. of the measuring sensor.
C1.4.5
V no. sensor
Shows the order number of the measuring sensor.
C1.4.6
sensor electr. info
Sows serial number of circuit board, software version number and
calibration date of circuit board
C1.5 simulation
C1.5
simulation
Grouping of all functions for simulating measuring sensor values. These
simulations have effect on all outputs, including counters and display.
C1.5.1
flow speed
Sequence see Fct. B1.1
C1.5.2
volume flow
Sequence see Fct. B1.2
No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
C2 I/O (Inputs/Outputs)
C2.1 hardware
C2.1
hardware
Assignment of connection terminals dependent on signal converter version:
active / passive / NAMUR
C2.1.1
terminal A
Select: off (switched off) / current output / frequency output / pulse output /
status output / limit switch / control input / current input
C2.1.2
terminal B
Select: off (switched off) / current output / frequency output / pulse output /
status output / limit switch / control input / current input
C2.1.3
terminal C
Select: off (switched off) / current output / status output / limit switch
C2.1.4
terminal D
Select: off (switched off) / frequency output / pulse output / status output /
limit switch
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C2.… current out X
C2.…
current out X
X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B or C
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B) / C2.4 (C)
C2.….1
range 0%…100%
Current range for the selected measurement, e.g. 4...20 mA,
corresponds to 0…100%
xx.x … xx.x mA; range: 0.00…20 mA
(condition: 0 mA ≤ 1st value ≤ 2nd value ≤ 20 mA)
C2.….2
extended range
Defines the min. and max. limits.
xx.x … xx.x mA; range: 03.5…21.5 mA
(condition: 0 mA ≤ 1st value ≤ 2nd value ≤ 21.5 mA)
C2.….3
error current
C2.….4
error condition
Specify error current.
xx.x mA; range: 3…22 mA (condition: outside of extended range)
The following error conditions can be selected.
Select: error in device (error category [F]) / application error (error category
[F]) / out of specification (error category [S])
C2.….5
measurement
Measurements for activating the output.
Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity
C2.….6
range
C2.….7
polarity
0…100% of the measurement set in Fct. C2.….5
0…xx.xx _ _ _ (format and unit depend on the measurement, see above)
Set polarity, please note flow direction in C1.2.2!
Select: both polarities (plus and minus values are displayed) / positive
polarity (display for negative values = 0) / negative polarity (display for
positive values = 0) / absolute value (use for the output)
C2.….8
limitation
Limitation before applying the time constant.
±xxx … ±xxx%; range: -150…+150%
C2.….9
low flow cutoff
Sets output value to "0"
x.xxx ± x.xxx%; range: 0.0…20%
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C2.….10
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C2.….11
special function
Select: off (switched off) /
automatic range (range is changed automatically, extended lower range,
only makes sense together with a status output) /
external range (change by control input, extended lower range, control input
must also be activated)
C2.….12
threshold
Appears only when Fct. C2.….11 threshold is activated between extended
and normal range. The automatic range function always changes from the
extended to the normal range when the 100% current is reached.
The upper 100% value of the hysteresis is then = 0. The threshold is then the
hysteresis value, instead of "threshold ± hysteresis" as shown in the display.
Range: 5.0…80%
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C2.….13
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….14
simulation
Sequence see B1.… current out X
C2.….15
4mA trimming
Trimming of the current at 4 mA
Reset to 4 mA restores the factory calibration.
Used for HART® setting.
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20mA trimming
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Trimming of the current at 20 mA
Reset to 20 mA restores the factory calibration.
Used for HART® setting.
C2.… frequency out X
C2.…
frequency out X
X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B or D
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B) / C2.5 (D)
C2.….1
pulse shape
Specify the pulse shape.
Select: symmetric (about 50% on and 50% off) / automatic (constant pulse
with about 50% on and 50% off at 100% pulse rate) / fixed (fixed pulse rate,
setting see below Fct. C2.….3 100% pulse rate)
C2.….2
pulse width
Only available if set to "fixed" in Fct. C2.….1
Range: 0.05…2000 ms
Note: max. setting value Tp [ms] ≤ 500 / max. pulse rate [1/s], gives the pulse
width = time where the output is activated
C2.….3
100% pulse rate
Pulse rate for 100% of the measuring range.
Range: 0.0…10000 1/s
Limitation 100% pulse rate ≤ 100/s: Imax ≤ 100 mA
Limitation 100% pulse rate > 100/s: Imax ≤ 20 mA
C2.….4
measurement
Measurements for activating the output.
Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity
C2.….5
range
0…100% of the measurement set in Fct. C2.….4
0…xx.xx _ _ _ (format and unit depend on the measurement, see above)
C2.….6
polarity
Set polarity, please note flow direction in C1.2.2!
Select: both polarities (plus and minus values are displayed) / positive
polarity (display for negative values = 0) / negative polarity (display for
positive values = 0) / absolute value (use for the output)
C2.….7
limitation
Limitation before applying the time constant.
±xxx … ±xxx%; range: -150…+150%
C2.….8
low flow cutoff
Sets output value to "0":
x.xxx ± x.xxx%; range: 0.0…20%
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C2.….9
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C2.….10
invert signal
Select:
off (activated output generates a high current at the output, switch closed) /
on (activated output generates a low current at the output, switch open)
C2.….11
phase shift w.r.t. B
Only available when configuring the A or D terminal and only if output B is a
pulse or frequency output. If setting in Fct. 2.5.6 is "Both polarities", the
phase shift is prefixed by a symbol, e.g. -90° and +90°
Select: off (no phase shift) / 0° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B,
inversion possible) / 90° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B, inversion
possible) / 180° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B, inversion
possible)
C2.3.11
special functions
This function is only available at the terminal B frequency output. At the
same time, 2 frequency outputs must be available:
1st output at terminal A or D / 2nd output at terminal B
The B output is operated as a slave output, controlled and set using master
output A or D
Selection: off (no phase shift) / phase shift w.r.t. D or A (slave output is B and
master output is D or A)
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C2.….12
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….13
simulation
Sequence see B1.… frequency out X
C2.… pulse output X
C2.…
pulse output X
X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B or D
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B) / C2.5 (D)
C2.….1
pulse shape
Specify the pulse shape.
Select: symmetric (about 50% on and 50% off) / automatic (constant pulse
with about 50% on and 50% off at 100% pulse rate) / fixed (fixed pulse rate,
setting see below Fct. C2.….3 100% pulse rate)
C2.….2
pulse width
Only available if set to "fixed" in Fct. C2.….1
Range: 0.05…2000 ms
Note: max. setting value Tp [ms] ≤ 500 / max. pulse rate [1/s], gives the pulse
width = time where the output is activated
C2.….3
max. pulse rate
Pulse rate for 100% of the measuring range.
Range: 0.0…10000 1/s
Limitation 100% pulse rate ≤ 100/s: Imax ≤ 100 mA
Limitation 100% pulse rate > 100/s: Imax ≤ 20 mA
C2.….4
measurement
Measurements for activating the output.
Select: volume flow / mass flow
C2.….5
pulse value unit
Selection of the unit from a list, depending on the measurement.
C2.….6
value p. pulse
Set value for volume or mass per pulse.
xxx.xxx, range in [l] or [kg] (volume or mass for current output C2.….6)
At max. pulse rate see above C2.….3 pulse output.
C2.….7
polarity
Set polarity, please note flow direction in C1.2.2!
Select: both polarities (plus and minus values are displayed) / positive
polarity (display for negative values = 0) / negative polarity (display for
positive values = 0) / absolute value (use for the output)
C2.….8
low flow cutoff
Sets output value to "0"
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C2.….9
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C2.….10
invert signal
Select:
off (activated output generates a high current at the output, switch closed) /
on (activated output generates a low current at the output, switch open)
C2.….11
phase shift w.r.t. B
Only available when configuring the A or D terminal and only if output B is a
pulse or frequency output. If setting in Fct. 2.5.6 is "Both polarities", the
phase shift is prefixed by a symbol, e.g. -90° and +90°
Select: off (no phase shift) / 0° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B,
inversion possible) / 90° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B, inversion
possible) / 180° phase shift (between outputs A or D and B, inversion
possible)
C2.3.11
special functions
This function is only available at the pulse output of terminal B. At the same
time, 2 pulse outputs must be available:
1st output at terminal A or D / 2nd output at terminal B
The B output is operated as a slave output, controlled and set using master
output A or D
Selection: off (no phase shift) / phase shift w.r.t. D or A (slave output is B and
master output is D or A)
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C2.….12
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….13
simulation
Sequence see B1.… pulse output X
C2.… status output X
C2.…
status output X
X (Y) stands for one of the connection terminals A, B, C or D
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B) / C2.4 (C) / C2.5 (D)
C2.….1
mode
The output shows the following measuring conditions:
out of specification (output activated, signals application error or error in
device refer to Status messages and diagnostic information on page 124 /
application error (output activated, signals application error or error in
device refer to Status messages and diagnostic information on page 124 /
polarity flow (polarity of the current flow) /
over range flow (over range of the flow) /
counter 1 preset (activates when counter X preset value is reached) /
counter 2 preset (activates when counter X preset value is reached) /
counter 3 preset (activates when counter X preset value is reached) /
output A (activated by the status of output Y, additional output data see
below) /
output B (activated by the status of output Y, additional output data see
below) /
output C (activated by the status of output Y, additional output data see
below) /
output D (activated by the status of output Y, additional output data see
below) /
off (switched off) /
empty pipe (when pipe empty, output activated) (contains the low-level
detection for PF option (partly filled)) /
error in device (when error, output activated)
C2.….2
current out Y
Only appears if output A...C is set under "mode (see above)", and this output
is a "current output".
Select:
polarity (is signalled) /
over range (is signalled) /
automatic range signals lower range
C2.….2
frequency out Y and pulse
output Y
Only appears if output A, B or D is set under "mode (see above)", and this
output is a "frequency/pulse output".
Select:
polarity (is signalled) /
over range (is signalled)
C2.….2
status output Y
Only appears if output A...D is set under "mode (see above)", and this output
is a "status output".
Same signal (like other connected status output, signal can be inverted, see
below)
C2.….2
limit switch Y and control
input Y
Only appears if output A...D / input A or B is set under "mode (see above)",
and this output / input is a "limit switch / control input".
Status off (is always selected here if status output X is connected with a limit
switch / control input Y.
C2.….2
off
Only appears if output A...D is set under "mode (see above)" and this output
is switched off.
C2.….3
invert signal
Select:
off (activated output supplies a high current, switch closed) /
on (activated output supplies a low current, switch open)
C2.….4
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….5
simulation
Sequence see B1.… status output X
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C2.… limit switch X
C2.…
limit switch X
X stands for one of the connection terminals A, B, C or D
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B) / C2.4 (C) / C2.5 (D)
C2.….1
measurement
Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity
C2.….2
threshold
Switching level, set threshold with hysteresis
xxx.x ±x.xxx (format and unit depend on the measurement, see above)
(1st value = threshold / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C2.….3
polarity
Set polarity, please note flow direction in C1.2.2!
Select: both polarities (plus and minus values are displayed) / positive
polarity (display for negative values = 0) / negative polarity (display for
positive values = 0) / absolute value (use for the output)
C2.….4
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C2.….5
invert signal
Select:
off (activated output generates a high current, switch closed) /
on (activated output generates a low current, switch open)
C2.….6
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….7
simulation
Sequence see B1.… limit switch X
C2.… control input X
C2.…
control input X
X stands for connection terminal A or B
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B)
C2.….1
mode
off (control input switched off) /
hold all outputs (hold current values, not display and counters) /
output Y (hold current values) /
all outputs to zero (current values = 0%, not display and counters) /
output Y to zero (current value = 0%) /
all counters (reset all counters to "0") /
counter "Z" reset (set counter 1, (2 or 3) to "0") /
stop all counters /
stop counter "Z" (stops counter 1, (2 or 3) /
zero outp.+stop Cnt. (all outputs 0%, stop all counters, not the display) /
external range Y (control input for external range of current output Y) - also
make this setting on current output Y (no check if current output Y is
available) /
error reset (all resettable errors are deleted)
C2.….2
invert signal
Select:
off (control input is activated when a current is applied at the input by voltage
to passive inputs or a low-value resistor to active inputs) /
on (control input is activated when no current is applied at the input, low
voltage to passive inputs or a high-value resistor to active inputs)
C2.….3
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….4
simulation
Sequence see B 1.… control input X
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C2.… current input X
C2.…
current input X
X stands for connection terminal A or B
… stands for Fct. no. C2.2 (A) / C2.3 (B)
C2.….1
range 0%…100%
Fixed current range (4...20 mA) for the assigned value range; The range
indicated cannot be changed.
C2.….2
extended range
Adjustable, extended, linear range goes from 3.6...21.0 mA;
Error ranges: 0.5...<3.6 mA / >21.0...23.0 mA / <0.5 mA open circuit / >23.0
closed circuit
C2.….3
measurement
The connected sensor delivers the values to the current input; possible
values: temperature, pressure or current
C2.….4
range
Measuring range from 0...100% in the corresponding unit.
C2.….5
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C2.….6
information
Serial no. of the I/O board, software version no. and production date of the
circuit board
C2.….7
simulation
Sequence see B 1.… current input X
C2.….8
4mA trimming
Trimming of the current at 4 mA
Reset to 4 mA restores the factory calibration.
C2.….9
20mA trimming
Trimming of the current at 20 mA
Reset to 20 mA restores the factory calibration.
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Function
Settings / descriptions
C3 I/O counter
C3.1
counter 1
Set function of counter …
… stands for 1, 2, 3 (= counter 1, 2, 3)
The basic version (standard) has only 2 counters!
These functions are only available for HART® devices.
C3.2
counter 2
C3.3
counter 3
C3.….1
function
Select: sum counter (counts positive and negative values) / +counter (counts
only the positive values) / -counter (counts only the negative values) / off
(counter is switched off)
C3.….2
measurement
Selection of the measurement for counter …
Select: volume flow / mass flow
C3.….3
low flow cutoff
Sets output value to "0"
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C3.….4
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C3.….5
preset value
If this value is reached, positive or negative, a signal is generated that can be
used for a status output at which "preset counter X" has to be set.
C3.….6
reset counter
Sequence see Fct. A3.2, A3.3 and A3.4
C3.….7
set counter
Set counter … to the desired value.
Preset value (max. 8 digits) x.xxxxx in selected unit, see C5.7.10 + 13
Select: break (exit function) / set value (opens the editor to make the entry)
Query: set counter?
Select: no (exit function without setting the value) / yes (sets the counter and
exits the function)
C3.….8
stop counter
Counter … stops and holds the current value.
Select: no (exits the function without stopping the counter) / yes (stops the
counter and exits the function)
C3.….9
start counter
Start counter … after that counter is stopped.
Select: no (exits the function without starting the counter) / yes (starts the
counter and exits the function)
C3.….10
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Function
Settings / descriptions
I/O HART
Selection / display of the 4 dynamic variables (DV) for HART®.
C4 I/O HART
C4
The HART® current output (terminal A basic I/Os or terminal C modular I/Os)
always has a fixed link to the primary variables (PV). Fixed links of the other
DVs (1-3) are only possible if additional analogue outputs (current and
frequency) are available; if not, the measurement can be freely selected
from the following list: in Fct. A4.1 "measurement".
… stands for 1, 2, 3 or 4
X stands for connection terminals A...D
C4.1
PV is
Current output (primary variable)
C4.2
SV is
(secondary variable)
C4.3
TV is
(tertiary variable)
C4.4
4V is
(4th variable)
C4.5
HART units
Changes units of DVs (dynamic variables) in the display
Break: return with ^ key
HART display®: copies the settings for the display units to the settings for
DVs
Standard: sets factory defaults for DVs
C4.….1
current out X
Shows the current analogue measured value of the linked current output.
The measurement cannot be changed!
C4.….1
frequency out X
Shows the current analogue measured value of the linked frequency output,
if present. The measurement cannot be changed!
C4.….1
HART dynamic var.
Measurements of the dynamic variables for HART®.
Linear measurements: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow
speed / coil temperature / conductivity
Digital measurements: counter 1 / counter 2 / counter 3 / operating hours
No.
Function
Settings / descriptions
C5 device
C5.1 device info
C5.1
device info
Grouping of all functions that have no direct effect on the measurement or
any output.
C5.1.1
Tag
Settable characters (max. 8 digits):
A…Z; a…z; 0…9; / - , .
C5.1.2
C number
CG number, non-alterable (input/output versions)
C5.1.3
device serial no.
Serial no. of the system.
C5.1.4
electronic serial no.
Serial no. of the electronic assembly, cannot be changed.
C5.1.5
SW.REV.MS
Serial no. of the circuit board, version no. of the main software, production
date of the circuit board
C5.1.6
Electronic Revision ER
Reference identification number, electronic revision and production date of
the device; includes all hardware and software changes
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C5.2 display
C5.2
display
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C5.2.1
language
Language selection depends on the device version.
C5.2.2
contrast
Adjust display contrast for extreme temperatures.
Setting: -9…0…+9
C5.2.3
default display
This change takes place immediately, not just when setting mode is exited!
Specification of the default display page that is returned to after a short
delay period.
Select: none (the current page is always active) / 1. meas. page (show this
page) / 2. meas. page (show this page) / status page (show only status
messages) / graphic page (trend display of the 1st measurement)
C5.2.4
self test
Not available at this time.
C5.2.5
SW.REV.UIS
Serial no. of the circuit board, version no. of user software, production date
of the circuit board
C5.3 and C5.4 1. meas. page and 2. meas. page
C5.3
1. meas. page
C5.4
2. meas. page
C5.….1
function
… stands for 3 = meas. page 1 and 4 = meas. page 2
Specify number of measured value lines (font size)
Select: one line / two lines / three lines
C5.….2
measurement 1.line
Specify measurement for 1st line.
Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity
C5.….3
range
C5.….4
limitation
0…100% of the measurement set in Fct. C5.….2
0…xx.xx _ _ _ (format and unit depend on the measurement)
Limitation before applying the time constant.
xxx%; range: -120…+120%
C5.….5
low flow cutoff
Sets output value to "0"
(1st value = switching point / 2nd value = hysteresis),
condition: 2nd value ≤ 1st value
C5.….6
time constant
Range: 000.1…100 s
C5.….7
format 1.line
Specify decimal places.
Select: automatic (adaptation carried out automatically) /
X (= none) …X.XXXXXXXX (max. 8 digits)
C5.….8
measurement 2.line
Specify measurement 2.line (only available if this 2.line is activated)
Select: bar graph (for the measurement selected in the first line) / volume
flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / counter 1 / counter 2 /
counter 3 / conductivity / coil temperature / operating hours
C5.….9
format 2.line
Specify decimal places.
Select: automatic (adaptation carried out automatically) /
X (= none) …X.XXXXXXXX (max. 8 digits)
C5.….10
measurement 3.line
Specify measurement 3.line (only available if this 3.line is activated)
Select: volume flow / mass flow / diagnosis value / flow speed / coil
temperature / conductivity / counter 1 / counter 2 / counter 3 / operating
hours / current input A / current input B
C5.….11
format 3.line
Specify decimal places.
Select: automatic (adaptation carried out automatically) /
X (= none) …X.XXXXXXXX (max. 8 digits)
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C5.5
graphic page
Graphic page always shows trend curve of the measurement of the 1. meas.
page / 1.line, see Fct. C5.3.2
C5.5.1
select range
Select: manual (set range in Fct. C5.5.2) /
automatic (automatic depiction based on the measured values)
Reset only after parameter change or after switching off and on.
C5.5.2
range
Set the scaling for the Y axis. Only available if "manual" is set in C5.5.1.
+xxx ±xxx%; range: -100…+100%
(1st value = lower limit / 2nd value = upper limit),
condition: 1st value ≤ 2nd value
C5.5.3
time scale
Set the time scaling for the X axis, trend curve
xxx min; range: 0…100 min
C5.6 special functions
C5.6
special functions
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C5.6.1
reset errors
reset errors?
Select: no/yes
C5.6.2
save settings
Save current settings.
Select: break (exit function without saving) / backup 1 (save in storage
location 1) / backup 2 (save in storage location 2)
Query: continue copy? (cannot be done afterwards)
Select: no (exit function without saving) / yes (copy current settings to
storage backup 1 or backup 2)
C5.6.3
load settings
Load saved settings.
Select: break (exit function without loading) / factory settings (load in state
as delivered) / backup 1 (load data from storage location 1) / backup 2 (load
data from storage location 2) / load sensor data (factory settings of
calibration data)
Query: continue copy? (cannot be done afterwards)
Select: no (exit the function without saving) / yes (load data from the selected
storage location)
C5.6.4
password quick set
Password required to change data in the quick setup menu.
0000 (= to Quick Setup menu without password)
xxxx (password required); range 4digit: 0001…9999
C5.6.5
password setup
Password required to change data in the setup menu.
0000 (= to Quick Setup menu without password)
xxxx (password required); range 4digit: 0001…9999
C5.6.6
GDC IR interface
After this function has been activated an optical GDC adapter can be
connected to the LC display. If approximately 60 seconds pass without a
connection being established or after the adapter is removed, then the
function is exited and the optical keys are active once again.
Select:
break (exit function without connection) /
activate (the IR interface (adapter) and interrupt the optical keys)
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C5.7 units
C5.7
units
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C5.7.1
volume flow
m³/h; m³/min; m³/s; l/h; l/min; l/s (l = litres);
ft³/h; ft³/min; ft³/s; gal/h; gal/min; gal/s;
IG/h; IG/min; IG/s; cf/h; cf/min; cf/s;
free unit (set factor and text in the next two functions, sequence see below)
C5.7.2
Text free unit
For text to be specified refer to Set free units on page 122:
C5.7.3
[m³/s]*factor
Specification of the conversion factor, based on m³/s:
xxx.xxx refer to Set free units on page 122
C5.7.4
mass flow
kg/s; kg/min; kg/h; t/min; t/h; g/s; g/min; g/h;
lb/s; lb/min; lb/h; ST/min; ST/h (ST = Short Ton); LT/h (LT = Long Ton);
free unit (set factor and text in the next two functions, sequence see below)
C5.7.5
Text free unit
For text to be specified refer to Set free units on page 122:
C5.7.6
[kg/s]*factor
Specification of the conversion factor, based on kg/s:
C5.7.7
flow speed
m/s; ft/s
C5.7.8
conductivity
µS/cm; S/cm
C5.7.9
temperature
°C; °F; K
C5.7.10
volume
m³; l (Liter); hl; ml; gal; IG; in³; ft³; yd³; cf;
free unit (set factor and text in the next two functions, sequence see below)
C5.7.11
Text free unit
For text to be specified refer to Set free units on page 122:
C5.7.12
[m³]*factor
Specification of the conversion factor, based on m³:
xxx.xxx refer to Set free units on page 122
xxx.xxx refer to Set free units on page 122
C5.7.13
mass
kg; t; mg; g; lb; ST; LT; oz;
free unit (set factor and text in the next two functions, sequence see below)
C5.7.14
Text free unit
For text to be specified refer to Set free units on page 122:
C5.7.15
[kg]*factor
Specification of the conversion factor, based on kg:
C5.7.16
density
kg/l; kg/m³; lb/cf; lb/gal;
free unit (set factor and text in the next two functions, sequence see below)
C5.7.17
Text free unit
For text to be specified refer to Set free units on page 122:
C5.7.18
[kg/m³]*factor
Specification of the conversion factor, based on kg/m³:
xxx.xxx refer to Set free units on page 122
xxx.xxx refer to Set free units on page 122
C5.7.19
pressure
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C5.8 HART
C5.8
HART
This function is only available for devices with a HART® interface!
C5.8.1
HART
Switch HART® communication on/off:
Select:
on (HART® active) current = 4…20 mA /
off (HART® not active) current = 0…20 mA
C5.8.2
address
Set address for HART® operation.
Select: 00 (point-to-point operation, current output has normal function,
current = 4…20 mA) / 01...15 (Multi-Drop operation, current output has a
constant setting of 4 mA)
C5.8.3
message
C5.8.4
description
Set required text:
A…Z ; a…z ; 0…9 ; / - + , . *
Set required text:
A…Z ; a…z ; 0…9 ; / - + , . *
C5.9 quick setup
C5.9
quick setup
C5.9.1
reset counter 1
Activate quick access in quick setup menu; default setting: quick setup is
active (yes)
Select: yes (switched on) / no (switched off)
Reset counter 1 in quick setup menu?
Select: yes (activated) / no (switched off)
C5.9.2
reset counter 2
C5.9.3
reset counter 3
Reset counter 2 in quick setup menu?
Select: yes (activated) / no (switched off)
Reset counter 3 in quick setup menu?
Select: yes (activated) / no (switched off)
C5.9.4
process input
Activate quick access to the important process input parameters
Select: yes (activated) / no (not activated)
6.3.4 Set free units
Free units
Sequences to set texts and factors
Texts
Volume flow, mass flow and density:
3 digits before and after the slash
xxx/xxx (max. 3 digits before / after the slash)
Volume, mass:
xxx (max. 3 digits)
Permissible characters:
A…Z ; a…z ; 0…9 ; / - + , .*; @ $ % ~ () [] _
Conversion factors
Desired unit
= [unit see above] * conversion factor
Conversion factor
Max. 9 digits
Shift decimal point:
↑ to the left and ↓ to the right
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6.4 Description of functions
6.4.1 Reset counter in the menu "quick setup"
INFORMATION!
It may be necessary to activate resetting of the counter in the menu "quick setup".
Key
Display
Description and setting
>
quick setup
Press and hold for 2.5 s, then release the key.
>
language
-
2x↓
reset
-
>
reset errors
-
↓
counter 1
↓
counter 2
Select desired counter.
(Counter 3 is optional)
↓
counter 3
>
reset counter
no
-
↓ or ↑
reset counter
yes
-
^
counter 1,2 (or 3)
Counter has been reset.
3x^
Measuring mode
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6.4.2 Deleting error messages in the menu "quick setup"
INFORMATION!
For the detailed list of the possible error messages refer to Status messages and diagnostic
information on page 124.
Key
Display
Description and setting
>
quick setup
Press and hold for 2.5 s, then
release the key.
>
language
-
2x↓
reset
-
>
reset errors
-
>
reset?
no
-
↓ or ↑
reset?
yes
-
^
reset errors
Error has been reset.
3x^
Measuring mode
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6.5 Status messages and diagnostic information
Operational faults in device
Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: F _ _ _ _ _
Operational fault in device, mA output ≤ Repair necessary.
3.6 mA or set fault current (depending
on the seriousness of the fault), status
output open, pulse / frequency output:
no pulses
F error in device
Fault or failure of device. Parameter or
hardware error. No measurement possible.
Group message, when one of the following
or some other severe error occurs.
F IO 1
Error, operational fault in IO 1. Parameter
or hardware error. No measurement
possible.
F parameter
Error, operational fault of data manager,
electronic unit, parameter or hardware
error. Parameters no longer usable.
Load settings (Fct. C4.6.3) (backup 1,
backup 2 or factory settings). If status
message still does not disappear, replace
electronic unit.
F IO 2
Error, operational fault in IO 2. Parameter
or hardware error. No measurement
possible.
F configuration (also when
changing modules)
Invalid configuration: display software, bus
parameter or main software do not match
existing configuration. This error also
occurs when a module has been added or
removed without confirming the
configuration change.
After module change, confirm query for
changed configuration. If device
configuration unchanged: defective, replace
electronic unit.
F display
Error, operational fault in display.
Parameter or hardware error. No
measurement possible.
Defective, replace electronic unit.
F sensor electronic
Error, operational fault in sensor
electronics. Parameter or hardware error.
No measurement possible.
Defective, replace electronic unit.
F sensor global
Data error in the global data of the
measuring sensor electronic equipment.
Load settings (Fct. C5.6.3) (backup 1,
backup 2 or factory settings). If status
message still does not disappear, replace
electronic unit.
F sensor local
Data error in the local data of the measuring
sensor electronic equipment.
Defective, replace electronic unit.
F field current local
Data error in the local data of the field
current supply
Defective, replace electronic unit.
F current in-/output A
Error, operational fault in current output or
output for terminals A/B. Parameter or
hardware error. No measurement possible.
Defective, replace electronic unit or
input/output module (I/O module).
F current output C
Error, operational fault in current output for
terminal C. Parameter or hardware error.
Measurement not possible.
Defective, replace electronic unit or output
module (I/O module).
F software user interface
Fault revealed by CRC check of operation
software.
Replace electronic unit.
F hardware settings (also
when changing modules)
The set hardware parameters do not match
the identified hardware. A dialogue appears
in the display.
Answer queries in dialogue mode, follow
directions.
After module change, confirm query for
changed configuration. If device
configuration unchanged: defective, replace
electronic unit.
F hardware detection
Existing hardware cannot be identified.
Defective or unknown modules.
Replace electronic unit.
F current in-/output B
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Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: F _ _ _ _ _
Operational fault in device, mA output ≤ Repair necessary.
3.6 mA or set fault current (depending
on the seriousness of the fault), status
output open, pulse / frequency output:
no pulses
F RAM/ROM error IO1
A RAM or ROM error is detected during the
CRC check.
Defective, replace electronic unit or
input/output module (I/O module).
Malfunction of the Fieldbus, Profibus or FF
interface.
-
Modbus or Ethernet interface malfunction
(can also appear with some Profibus or FF
errors).
-
Malfunction reported by the level sensor.
-
F RAM/ROM error IO2
F Fieldbus
F PF sensor error
F PF sens. communication Communication error to the level sensor.
Either the connection is interrupted or the
measuring sensor is not powered up.
-
Application error
Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: F _ _ _ _ _
Application fault, device OK, but
measured values affected.
Application test or operator action
necessary.
F application error
Application-dependent fault, but device is
OK.
Group message, when errors as described
below or other application errors occur.
F empty pipe
1 or 2 measuring electrodes are not in
contact with the medium; measured value is
set to zero. No measurement possible.
Measuring pipe not filled; function
dependent on Fct. C1.3.2.; Check
installation. Or electrodes completely
insulated e.g. by oil film. Clean!
The two empty pipe messages cannot appear at the same time. The difference lies in
whether the measured value is also set to zero upon the detection of an empty pipe. The
sensor electronics will use one or the other function (setting to zero or further
measurement) depending on a selection made by the user.
F flow exceeding limit
Measuring range exceeded, filter setting
limits measured values. No message if
empty pipe.
Limitation Fct. C1.2.1, increase values.
If this limit occurs sporadically in processes with air pockets, solid contents or low
conductivity, then either the limit has to be increased or a pulse filter used so as to quell
the error messages and also reduce the measurement errors.
F field frequency too high
Field frequency is not reaching steady state,
a measured flow value is still being supplied
but may have errors. Measured values are
still supplied, but they are always too low.
No message if coil broken or bridged.
If Fct. C1.1.14 settling time is set to
"manual", increase value in Fct. C1.1.15. If
"standard" is set, set field frequency in
Fct. C1.1.13 acc. to signal converter
nameplate.
F DC offset
ADC over-ranged by DC offsets. No
measurement can be performed, the flow is
set to zero. No message if empty pipe.
For remote signal converters, check the
connection of the signal cable.
F open circuit A
Load on current output A/B/C too high,
effective current too low.
Current not correct, mA output cable has
open circuit or load too high. Check cable,
reduce load (set < 1000 ohm).
F open circuit B
F open circuit C
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Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: F _ _ _ _ _
Application fault, device OK, but
measured values affected.
Application test or operator action
necessary.
F over range A
The current or the corresponding measured
value is limited by a filter setting.
Check with Fct. C2.1 hardware or sticker in
terminal compartment, which output is
connected to the terminal.
If current output: extend Fct. C2.x.6 range
and Fct. C2.x.8 limitation.
If frequency output: extend values in
Fct. C2.x.5 and Fct. C2.x.7.
F over range B
F over range C
F over range A
F over range B
The pulse rate or the corresponding
measured value is limited by a filter setting.
Or the demanded pulse rate is too high.
F over range C
F active settings
Error during the CRC check of the active
settings.
Upload backup 1 or backup 2 settings, check
and adjust if necessary.
F factory settings
Error during the CRC check of the factory
settings.
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F backup 1 settings
Error during the CRC check of the backup 1
or 2 settings.
Save active settings in backup 1 or 2.
Open or short circuit of control input A/B.
Only available if used as an active NAMUR
input.
-
The current at the current input is less than
0.5 mA or greater than the limit switch of
23 mA.
-
F backup 2 settings
F wiring A
F wiring B
F wiring A
F wiring B
Measurements out of specification
Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: S _ _ _ _ _
Out of specification, measurement
continues, accuracy possibly less.
Maintenance required.
S uncertain measurement
Device maintenance necessary; measured
values only conditionally usable.
Group message, when errors as described
below or other influences occur.
S pipe not full
Only for measuring sensors with 3 or 4
electrodes. Full pipe electrode has no
contact with medium. Measured values are
still supplied, but they are too high.
Measuring pipe not filled, function
dependent on Fct. C1.3.5. Check
installation. Or electrodes completely
insulated e.g. by oil film. Clean!
S empty pipe
1 or 2 measuring electrodes are not in
contact with the medium; measured value is
set to zero. Measurement continues.
Filling level of EMF less than 50% or
electrodes completely insulated. If "0" to be
indicated when pipe is empty, activate in
Fct. C1.3.1 "cond.+empty pipe [F]".
The two empty pipe messages cannot appear at the same time. The difference lies in
whether the measured value is also set to zero upon the detection of an empty pipe. The
sensor electronics will use one or the other function (setting to zero or further
measurement) depending on a selection made by the user.
S linearity
Measured values at both field current levels
are not equal. Measured values are still
supplied.
Very strong external magnetic fields, or
defect in sensor's magnetic circuit or in
signal processing.
S flow profile
Measured value is not zero in the case of a
non-homogenous magnetic field. Measured
values are still supplied.
Unimpeded inlet and outlet runs of the
measuring sensor are too short, pipe not
full, measuring tube liner damaged.
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Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: S _ _ _ _ _
Out of specification, measurement
continues, accuracy possibly less.
Maintenance required.
S electrode noise
Noise on the electrodes too high. Measured
values are still supplied. No message if
empty pipe.
a) Electrodes extremely soiled;
b) Conductivity too low: activate noise or
pulse filter Fct. C1.2.4, C1.2.7;
c) Gas bubbles, solids or chem. reactions in
medium: activate noise or pulse filter
Fct. C1.2.4, C1.2.7;
d) Electrode corrosion (if message also
appears when flow is zero): use sensor with
suitable electrode material.
S gain error
Preamplifier not equal to the calibrated
value; check calibration. Measured values
are still supplied.
Defective, replace electronic unit.
S electrode symmetry
Impedance of the two measuring electrodes
not equal. Measured values are still
supplied.
Deposits in measuring tube or electrode
short-circuit to ground. Clean and check
measuring tube!
S field coil broken
Field coil resistance too high.
S field coil bridged
Field coil resistance too low.
Check field coil connections to the
electronic module (for remote versions:
field current cable) for open circuit / short
circuit
S field current deviation
Measured field current not equal to the
calibrated value. Check calibration.
Measured values are still supplied. No
message if coil broken or bridged.
Check field current connections. If OK:
defective, replace electronic unit.
S field frequency too high
The ratio of the two measuring windows is
not equal to 1, the magnetic field is not
properly in steady state. Measured values
are still supplied.
If Fct. C1.1.14 settling time is set to
"manual", increase value in Fct. C1.1.15.
If "standard" is set, set field frequency in
Fct. C1.1.13 acc. to measuring sensor
nameplate.
S electronic temperature
Upper limit for the permissible electronic
temperature has been exceeded.
Ambient temperature too high, direct solar
radiation or, for C version, process
temperature too high.
S coil temperature
Upper limit for the permissible coil
temperature has been exceeded. No
message if coil broken/bridged.
Process and ambient temperature too high.
S overflow counter 1
This is counter 1 or FB2 (with Profibus).
Counter has overrun and started again at
zero.
-
S overflow counter 2
This is counter 2 or FB3 (with Profibus).
Counter has overrun and started again at
zero.
-
S overflow counter 3
This is counter 3 or FB4 (with Profibus). Not
available without IO2. Counter has overrun
and started again at zero.
-
S backplane invalid
The data record on the backplane is invalid.
The CRC check has revealed a fault.
No data can be loaded from the backplane
when replacing electronics. Save the data to
the backplane again (Service).
S error current A
Error current at current input
-
The level sensor reports a low level inside
the pipe.
-
S error current B
S less 10% level
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Information
Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: I _ _ _ _ _
Information (current measurement OK)
I counter 1 stopped
This is counter 1 or FB2 (with Profibus). The
counter has stopped.
I counter 2 stopped
This is counter 2 or FB3 (with Profibus). The
counter has stopped.
I counter 3 stopped
This is counter 3 or FB4 (with Profibus). The
counter has stopped.
I power fail
The device was not in operation for an
unknown period of time, because the power
was switched off. This message is for
information only.
Temporary power failure. Counters did not
run during it.
I control input A act.
This message appears when the control
input is active. This message is for
information only.
-
1st line on page 1 (2) of display limited by
filter setting.
Menu display Fct. C4.3 and/or C4.4, select
1st or 2nd meas. page and increase values
in functions C4.z.3 range and/or C4.z.4
limitation.
I backplane sensor
The data on the backplane are not usable
because they have been generated with an
incompatible version.
-
I backplane settings
The global settings on the backplane are not
usable because they have been generated
with an incompatible version.
-
I backplane difference
The data on the backplane differ from the
data in the display. If the data are usable, a
dialogue is indicated in the display.
-
I optical interface
The optical interface is being used. The keys
on the local display are not in operation.
The keys are ready for operation again
approx. 60 sec. after the end of the data
transfer/removal of the optical interface.
I write cycles overfl.
The maximum number of write cycles of the
EEPROM or FRAMS on the Profibus DP PCB
has been exceeded.
-
I baudrate search
The baudrate of the Profibus DP interface is
searched for.
-
I no data exchange
There is no data exchange between the
signal converter and the Profibus.
-
I conductivity off
Conductivity measurement switched off.
Changing of settings in Fct. C1.3.1.
I diagnosis channel off
Diagnosis value switched off.
Changing of settings in Fct. C1.3.17.
I empty pipe
1 or 2 measuring electrodes are not in
contact with the medium; measured value is
set to zero. No measurement possible.
Measuring pipe not filled; function
dependent on Fct. C1.3.2.; Check
installation. Or electrodes completely
insulated e.g. by oil film. Clean!
I control input B act.
I over range display 1
I over range display 2
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Simulation of the measured values
Messages on the display Description
Actions
Status: C _ _ _ _ _
Output values partially simulated or
fixed
Maintenance required.
C checks in progress
Test mode of the device. Measured values
are possibly simulated values or values with
fixed settings.
Message depending on the situation via
HART® or FDT. Depiction via display if
outputs are held by control input or set to
zero.
C test sensor
Test function of the measuring sensor
electronics is active.
-
C simulation fieldbus
Values on the Foundation Fieldbus interface
are simulated.
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SERVICE 7
TWM 9000
7.1 Spare parts availability
The manufacturer adheres to the basic principle that functionally adequate spare parts for each
device or each important accessory part will be kept available for a period of 3 years after
delivery of the last production run for the device.
This regulation only applies to spare parts which are subject to wear and tear under normal
operating conditions.
7.2 Availability of services
The manufacturer offers a range of services to support the customer after expiration of the
warranty. These include repair, technical support and training.
INFORMATION!
For more precise information, please contact your local representative.
7.3 Repairs
Repairs may be carried out exclusively by the manufacturer or the manufacturer authorized
specialist companies.
7.4 Returning the device to the manufacturer
7.4.1 General information
This device has been carefully manufactured and tested. If installed and operated in accordance
with these operating instructions, it will rarely present any problems.
CAUTION!
Should you nevertheless need to return a device for inspection or repair, please pay strict
attention to the following points:
• Due to statutory regulations on environmental protection and safeguarding the health and
safety of our personnel, manufacturer may only handle, test and repair returned devices that
have been in contact with products without risk to personnel and environment.
• This means that the manufacturer can only service this device if it is accompanied by the
following certificate (see next section) confirming that the device is safe to handle.
CAUTION!
If the device has been operated with toxic, caustic, flammable or water-endangering products,
you are kindly requested:
• to check and ensure, if necessary by rinsing or neutralizing, that all cavities are free from
such dangerous substances,
• to enclose a certificate with the device confirming that is safe to handle and stating the
product used.
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7.4.2 Form (for copying) to accompany a returned device
Company:
Address:
Department:
Name:
Tel. no.:
Fax no.:
Manufacturer's order no. or serial no.:
The device has been operated with the following medium:
This medium is:
water-hazardous
toxic
caustic
flammable
We checked that all cavities in the device are free from such
substances.
We have flushed out and neutralized all cavities in the
device.
We hereby confirm that there is no risk to persons or the environment through any residual media
contained in the device when it is returned.
Date:
Signature:
Stamp:
7.5 Disposal
CAUTION!
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with legislation applicable in your country.
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TWM 9000
8.1 Measuring principle
An electrically conductive fluid flows inside an electrically insulated pipe through a magnetic
field. This magnetic field is generated by a current, flowing through a pair of field coils. Inside of
the fluid, a voltage U is generated:
U=v*k*B*D
in which:
v = mean flow velocity
k = factor correcting for geometry
B = magnetic field strength
D = inner diameter of flow meter
The signal voltage U is picked off by electrodes and is proportional to the mean flow velocity v
and thus the flow rate q. A signal converter is used to amplify the signal voltage, filter it and
convert it into signals for totalising, recording and output processing.
1
2
3
4
Induced voltage (proportional to flow velocity)
Electrodes
Magnetic field
Field coils
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8.2 Technical data
INFORMATION!
• The following data is provided for general applications. If you require data that is more
relevant to your specific application, please contact us or your local representative.
• Additional information (certificates, special tools, software,...) and complete product
documentation can be downloaded free of charge from the website .
Measuring system
Measuring principle
Faraday's law of induction
Application range
Continuous measurement of current volume flow, flow velocity, conductivity, mass
flow (at constant density), coil temperature of the measuring sensor
Design
Modular design
The measuring system consists of a measuring sensor and a signal converter.
Measuring sensor
VersaFlow Mag 100
DN10...150 / 3/8…6"
VersaFlow Mag 1000
DN25...3000 / 1…120"
VersaFlow Mag 4000
DN2.5...3000 / 1/10…120"
VersaFlow Mag 2000
Flange: DN15...300 / ½…12"
Sandwich: DN2.5...100 / 1/10…4"
VersaFlow Mag 3000
DN2.5...150 / 1/10…6"
With the exception of the VersaFlow Mag 100 all measuring sensors are also
available as Ex versions.
Signal converter
Compact version (C)
VersaFlow Mag / TWM 9000 C
Field housing (F) remote version
TWM 9000 F
Wall-mounted housing (W) remote version
TWM 9000 W
Compact and field housing versions are also available as Ex versions.
19" rack-mounted housing (R) remote version
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Options
Outputs / inputs
Current (incl. HART®), pulse, frequency and/or status output, limit switch and/or
control input or current input (depending on the I/O version)
Totalizer
2 (optional 3) internal counters with a max. of 8 counter places (e.g. for counting
volume and/or mass units)
Verification
Integrated verification, diagnostic functions: measuring device, process, measured
value, empty pipe detection, stabilization
Communication interfaces
Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus PA and DP, Modbus, HART®
Display and user interface
Graphic display
LC display, backlit white.
Size: 128 x 64 pixels, corresponds to 59 x 31 mm = 2.32" x 1.22"
Display can be rotated in 90° increments.
Ambient temperatures below -25°C / -13°F, may affect the readability of the display.
Operating elements
4 optical keys for operator control of the signal converter without opening the
housing.
Infrared interface for reading and writing all parameters with IR interface (option)
without opening the housing.
Remote control
PACTware® (incl. Device Type Manager (DTM))
HART® Hand Held Communicator from Emerson Process
AMS® from Emerson Process
PDM® from Siemens
All DTMs and drivers are available free of charge from the manufacturer's website.
Display functions
Operating menu
Setting the parameters using 2 measured value pages, 1 status page, 1 graphics
page (measured values and graphics are freely adjustable)
Language display texts (as
language package)
Standard: English, French, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Spanish, Italian
Eastern Europe: English, Slovenian, Czech, Hungarian
Northern Europe: English, Danish, Polish
China: English, German, Chinese
Russia: English, German, Russian
Units
Metric, British and US units selectable as required from lists for volume / mass flow
and counting, flow velocity, electrical conductivity, temperature, pressure
Measuring accuracy
Reference conditions
Depending on the measuring sensor version.
Refer to technical data for the measuring sensor.
Maximum measuring error
±0.15% of the measured value ±1 mm/s, depending on the measuring sensor
For detailed information and accuracy curves, refer to chapter "Accuracy".
Current output electronics: ±5 µA
Repeatability
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Operating conditions
Temperature
Process temperature
Refer to technical data for the measuring sensor.
Ambient temperature
Depending on the version and combination of outputs.
It is a good idea to protect the converter from external heat sources such as direct
sunlight as higher temperatures reduce the life cycle of all electronic components.
-40…+65°C / -40…+149°F
Ambient temperatures below -25°C / -13°F, may affect the readability of the display.
Storage temperature
-50…+70°C / -58…+158°F
Pressure
Medium
Refer to technical data for the measuring sensor.
Ambient pressure
Atmosphere: Height up to 2000 m / 6561.7 ft
Chemical properties
Electrical conductivity
Standard
All media except for water: ≥ 1 µS/cm
(also refer to the technical data for the measuring sensor)
Water: ≥ 20 µS/cm
Physical condition
Conductive, liquid media
Solid content (volume)
Can be used up to ≤ 70%
The greater the solid content, the less accurate the measurements!
Gas content (volume)
Can be used up to ≤ 5%
The greater the gas content, the less accurate the measurements!
Flow
For detailed information, refer to chapter "Flow tables".
Other conditions
Protection category acc. to
IEC 529 / EN 60529
C (compact version) & F (field housing):
IP66/67 (acc. to NEMA 4/4X/6)
W (wall-mounted housing):
IP65/66 (acc. to NEMA 4/4X)
R (19" rack-mounted housing; 28 TE):
IP20 (acc. to NEMA 1);
Use: Indoor only, level of pollution 2 and relative humidity < 75%
Installation conditions
Installation
For detailed information, refer to chapter "Installation conditions".
Inlet/outlet runs
Refer to technical data for the measuring sensor.
Dimensions and weights
For detailed information refer to chapter "Dimensions and weights".
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Materials
Signal converter housing
Standard
Version C and F: die-cast aluminium (polyurethane coated)
Version W: polyamide - polycarbonate
Version R (28 TE): Aluminium, stainless steel and aluminium sheet, partially
polyester-coated
Version R (21 TE): Aluminium and aluminium sheet, partially polyester-coated
Option
Versions C and F: Stainless steel 316 L (1.4408)
Measuring sensor
For housing materials, process connections, liners, grounding electrodes and
gaskets, refer to technical data for the measuring sensor.
Electrical connection
General
Electrical connection is carried out in conformity with the VDE 0100 directive
"Regulations for electrical power installations with line voltages up to 1000 V" or
equivalent national regulations.
Power supply
Standard: 100…230 VAC (-15% / +10%), 50/60 Hz
240 VAC + 5% is included in the tolerance range.
Option 1: 12...24 VDC (-55% / +30%)
12 VDC - 10% is included in the tolerance range.
Option 2: 24 VAC/DC (AC: -15% / +10%, 50/60 Hz; DC: -25% / +30%)
12 V is not included in the tolerance range.
Power consumption
AC: 22 VA
DC: 12 W
Signal cable
Only for remote versions.
DS 300 (type A)
Max. length: 600 m / 1968 ft (depending on electrical conductivity and measuring
sensor version)
BTS 300 (type B)
Max. length: 600 m / 1968 ft (depending on electrical conductivity and measuring
sensor version)
Type LIYCY (only FM, Class 1 Div. 2)
Max. length: 100 m / 328 ft (depending on electrical conductivity and measuring
sensor version)
Cable entries
Standard: M20 x 1.5 (8...12 mm) for C, F and W version
Option: ½" NPT, PF ½ for C, F and W version
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Inputs and outputs
General
All outputs are electrically isolated from each other and from all other circuits.
All operating data and output values can be adjusted.
Description of used abbreviations
Uext = external voltage; RL = load + resistance;
Uo = terminal voltage; Inom = nominal current
Safety limit values (Ex i):
Ui = max. input voltage; Ii = max. input current; Pi = max. input power rating; Ci =
max. input capacity; Li = max. input inductivity
Current output
Output data
Volume flow, mass flow, diagnostic value, flow velocity, coil temperature,
conductivity
Settings
Without HART®
Q = 0%: 0…15 mA; Q = 100%: 10…20 mA
Error identification: 3…22 mA
With HART®
Q = 0%: 4…15 mA; Q = 100%: 10…20 mA
Error identification: 3.5…22 mA
Operating data
Basic I/Os
Active
Uint, nom = 24 VDC
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
Uint, nom = 20 VDC
I ≤ 22 mA
I ≤ 22 mA
RL ≤ 1 kΩ
RL ≤ 450 Ω
U0 = 21 V
I0 = 90 mA
P0 = 0.5 W
C0 = 90 nF / L0 = 2 mH
C0 = 110 nF / L0 = 0.5 mH
Linear characteristics
Passive
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
I ≤ 22 mA
I ≤ 22 mA
U0 ≥ 1.8 V
U0 ≥ 4 V
RL ≤ (Uext - U0) / Imax
RL ≤ (Uext - U0) / Imax
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 100 mA
Pi = 1 W
Ci = 10 nF
Li ~ 0 mH
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HART®
Description
HART® protocol via active and passive current output
HART® version: V5
Universal HART® parameter: completely integrated
Load
≥ 250 Ω at HART® test point;
Note maximum load for current output!
Multi-Drop operation
Yes, current output = 4 mA
Multi-Drop address adjustable in operation menu 1…15
Device drivers
Available for FC 375/475, AMS, PDM, FDT/DTM
Registration (HART
Communication Foundation)
Yes
Pulse or frequency output
Output data
Pulse output: volume flow, mass flow
Frequency output: volume flow, mass flow, diagnostic value, flow velocity, coil
temperature, conductivity
Function
Adjustable as pulse or frequency output
Pulse rate/frequency
Adjustable final value: 0.01...10000 pulse/s or Hz
Settings
Pulses per volume or mass unit or max. frequency for 100% flow
Operating data
Basic I/Os
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
Active
-
Unom = 24 VDC
-
Pulse width: setting automatic, symmetric or fixed (0.05...2000 ms)
fmax in operating menu set
to
fmax ≤ 100 Hz:
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 24 V
at I = 20 mA
fmax in operating menu set
to
100 Hz < fmax ≤ 10 kHz:
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 22.5 V
at I = 1 mA
U0, nom = 21.5 V
at I = 10 mA
U0, nom = 19 V
at I = 20 mA
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Operating data
Basic I/Os
Passive
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
-
fmax in operating menu set to
fmax ≤ 100 Hz:
I ≤ 100 mA
RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V at I ≤ 100 mA
fmax in operating menu set to
100 Hz < fmax ≤10 kHz:
I ≤ 20 mA
RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 1.5 V at I ≤ 1 mA
U0, max = 2.5 V at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 5.0 V at I ≤ 20 mA
NAMUR
-
Passive to EN 60947-5-6
Passive to EN 60947-5-6
open:
Inom = 0.6 mA
open:
Inom = 0.43 mA
closed:
Inom = 3.8 mA
closed:
Inom = 4.5 mA
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 100 mA
Pi = 1 W
Ci =10 nF
Li ~ 0 mH
Low flow cut-off
Function
Switching point and hysteresis separately adjustable for each output, counter and
the display
Switching point
Current output, frequency output: 0…20%; set in increments of 0.1
Pulse output: Unit is volume flow or mass flow and not limited
Hysteresis
Time constant
Function
The time constant corresponds to the elapsed time until 63% of the end value has
been reached according to a step function.
Settings
Set in increments of 0.1.
0…100 s
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Status output / limit switch
Function and settings
Adjustable as automatic measuring range conversion, display of flow direction,
counter overflow, error, switching point or empty pipe detection
Valve control with activated dosing function
Status and/or control: ON or OFF
Operating data
Basic I/Os
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
Active
-
Uint = 24 VDC
-
I ≤ 20 mA
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
closed:
U0, nom = 24 V
at I = 20 mA
Passive
NAMUR
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Uext = 32 VDC
I ≤ 100 mA
I ≤ 100 mA
RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
RL, max = 47 kΩ
RL, min = (Uext - U0) / Imax
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA at
Uext = 32 VDC
open:
I ≤ 0.05 mA
at Uext = 32 VDC
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V
at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V
at I ≤ 100 mA
closed:
U0, max = 0.2 V
at I ≤ 10 mA
U0, max = 2 V
at I ≤ 100 mA
-
Passive to EN 60947-5-6
Passive to EN 60947-5-6
open:
Inom = 0.6 mA
open:
Inom = 0.43 mA
closed:
Inom = 3.8 mA
closed:
Inom = 4.5 mA
-
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 100 mA
Pi = 1 W
Ci =10 nF
Li = 0 mH
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Control input
Function
Hold value of the outputs (e.g. for cleaning work), set value of the outputs to "zero",
counter and error reset, range change.
Start of dosing when dosing function is activated.
Operating data
Basic I/Os
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
Active
-
Uint = 24 VDC
-
Ext. contact open:
U0, nom = 22 V
Ext. contact closed:
Inom = 4 mA
Contact closed (on):
U0 ≥ 12 V
with Inom = 1.9 mA
Contact open (off):
U0 ≤ 10 V
with Inom = 1.9 mA
Passive
NAMUR
8 V ≤ Uext ≤ 32 VDC
3 V ≤ Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Imax = 6.5 mA
at Uext ≤ 24 VDC
Imax = 8.2 mA
at Uext ≤ 32 VDC
Imax = 9.5 mA
at Uext ≤ 24 V
Imax = 9.5 mA
at Uext ≤ 32 V
I ≤ 6 mA at Uext = 24 V
I ≤ 6.6 mA at Uext = 32 V
Contact closed (on):
U0 ≥ 8 V
with Inom = 2.8 mA
Contact closed (on):
U0 ≥ 3 V
with Inom = 1.9 mA
Contact open (off):
U0 ≤ 2.5 V
with Inom = 0.4 mA
Contact open (off):
U0 ≤ 2.5 V
with Inom = 1.9 mA
-
Active to EN 60947-5-6
On:
U0 ≥ 5.5 V or I ≥ 4 mA
Off:
U0 ≤ 3.5 V or I ≤ 0.5 mA
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 100 mA
Pi = 1 W
Ci = 10 nF
Li = 0 mH
-
Terminals open:
U0, nom = 8.7 V
Contact closed (on):
U0, nom = 6.3 V
with Inom > 1.9 mA
Contact open (off):
U0, nom = 6.3 V
with Inom < 1.9 mA
Detection of cable break:
U0 ≥ 8.1 V with I ≤ 0.1 mA
Detection of cable short
circuit:
U0 ≤ 1.2 V with I ≥ 6.7 mA
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Current input
Function
The following values can be delivered from the measuring sensor to the current
input: temperature, pressure or current
Operating data
Basic I/Os
Modular I/Os
Ex i I/Os
Active
-
Uint, nom = 24 VDC
Uint, nom = 20 VDC
I ≤ 22 mA
I ≤ 22 mA
Imax ≤ 26 mA
(electronically limited)
U0, min = 14 V at I ≤ 22 mA
U0, min = 19 V
at I ≤ 22 mA
No HART®
No HART®
U0 = 24.5 V
I0 = 99 mA
P0 = 0.6 W
C0 = 75 nF / L0 = 0.5 mH
No HART®
Passive
-
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
I ≤ 22 mA
Imax ≤ 26 mA
(electronically limited)
U0, max = 5 V
at I ≤ 22 mA
No HART®
Uext ≤ 32 VDC
I ≤ 22 mA
U0, max = 4 V at I ≤ 22 mA
No HART®
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 100 mA
Pi = 1 W
Ci = 10 nF
Li = 0 mH
No HART®
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PROFIBUS DP
Description
Galvanically isolated acc. to IEC 61158
Profile version: 3.01
Automatic data transmission rate recognition (max. 12 MBaud)
Bus address adjustable via local display at the measuring device
Function blocks
5 x analogue input, 3 x totaliser
Output data
Volume flow, mass flow, volume counter 1 + 2, mass counter, velocity, coil
temperature, conductivity
PROFIBUS PA
Description
Galvanically isolated acc. to IEC 61158
Profile version: 3.01
Current consumption: 10.5 mA
Permissible bus voltage: 9…32 V; in Ex application: 9...24 V
Bus interface with integrated reverse polarity protection
Typical error current FDE (Fault Disconnection Electronic): 4.3 mA
Bus address adjustable via local display at the measuring device
Function blocks
5 x analogue input, 3 x totaliser
Output data
Volume flow, mass flow, volume counter 1 + 2, mass counter, velocity, coil
temperature, conductivity
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Description
Galvanically isolated acc. to IEC 61158
Current consumption: 10.5 mA
Permissible bus voltage: 9…32 V; in Ex application: 9...24 V
Bus interface with integrated reverse polarity protection
Link Master function (LM) supported
Tested with Interoperable Test Kit (ITK) version 5.1
Function blocks
3 x analogue Input, 2 x integrator, 1 x PID
Output data
Volume flow, mass flow, velocity, coil temperature, conductivity, electronics
temperature
Modbus
Description
Modbus RTU, Master / Slave, RS485
Address range
1…247
Supported function codes
03, 04, 16
Broadcast
Supported with function code 16
Supported Baudrate
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 Baud
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Approvals and certificates
CE
The device fulfils the statutory requirements of the EC directives. The manufacturer
certifies that these requirements have been met by applying the CE marking.
Electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC)
2004/108/EC in conjunction with EN 61326-1 (A1, A2)
European Pressure Equipment
Directive
PED 97/23 (only for compact versions)
Non-Ex
Standard
Hazardous areas
Option (only version C)
ATEX
II 2 GD Ex d [ia] IIC T6...T3
II 2 GD Ex de [ia] IIC T6...T3
II 2 GD Ex e [ia] IIC T6...T3
II 3 G Ex nA [nL] IIC T4...T3
Option (only F version)
ATEX
II 2 GD Ex de [ia] IIC T6
II 2(1) GD Ex de [ia] IIC T6
NEPSI
Ex de [ia] IIC T6
Option (only C and F version)
FM / CSA
Class I, Div. 2, Group A, B, C and D
Class II, Div. 2, Group F and G
SAA (in preparation)
Aus Ex zone 1/2
TIIS (in preparation)
Zone 1/2
Custody transfer
None
Standard
Option
Cold drinking water (OIML R 49, KIWA K618, MI-001); liquids other than water
(OIML R 117-1, MI-005)
Other standards and approvals
Shock and vibration resistance
IEC 68-2-3
NAMUR
NE 21, NE 43, NE 53
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8.3 Dimensions and weights
8.3.1 Housing
1
2
3
4
5
Compact version (C)
Field housing (F) - remote version
Wall-mounted housing (W) - remote version
19" rack-mounted housing 28 TE (R) - remote version
19" rack-mounted housing 21 TE (R) - remote version
Dimensions and weights in mm and kg
Version
Dimensions [mm]
a
b
c
d
Weight [kg]
e
g
h
C
202
120
155
260
137
-
-
4.2
F
202
120
155
-
-
295.8
277
5.7
W
198
138
299
-
-
-
-
2.4
R
142 (28 TE)
129 (3 HE)
195
-
-
-
-
1.2
107 (21 TE)
129 (3 HE)
190
-
-
-
-
0.98
Dimensions and weights in inch and lb
Version
Dimensions [inch]
a
b
Weight [lb]
c
d
e
g
h
C
7.75
4.75
6.10
10.20
5.40
-
-
9.30
F
7.75
4.75
6.10
-
-
11.60
10.90
12.60
W
7.80
5.40
11.80
-
-
-
-
5.30
R
5.59 (28 TE)
5.08 (3 HE)
7.68
-
-
-
-
2.65
4.21 (21 TE)
5.08 (3 HE)
7.48
-
-
-
-
2.16
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8.3.2 Mounting plate, field housing
Dimensions in mm and inch
[mm]
[inch]
a
60
2.4
b
100
3.9
c
Ø9
Ø0.4
8.3.3 Mounting plate, wall-mounted housing
Dimensions in mm and inch
[mm]
[inch]
a
Ø9
Ø0.4
b
64
2.5
c
16
0.6
d
6
0.2
e
63
2.5
f
4
0.2
g
64
2.5
h
98
3.85
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8.4 Flow tables
Flow rate in m/s and m3/h
Q100 % in m3/h
v [m/s]
0.3
DN [mm]
Min. flow
148
1
3
12
Nominal flow
Max. flow
2.5
0.005
0.02
0.05
0.21
4
0.01
0.05
0.14
0.54
6
0.03
0.10
0.31
1.22
10
0.08
0.28
0.85
3.39
15
0.19
0.64
1.91
7.63
20
0.34
1.13
3.39
13.57
25
0.53
1.77
5.30
21.21
32
0.87
2.90
8.69
34.74
40
1.36
4.52
13.57
54.29
50
2.12
7.07
21.21
84.82
65
3.58
11.95
35.84
143.35
80
5.43
18.10
54.29
217.15
100
8.48
28.27
84.82
339.29
125
13.25
44.18
132.54
530.15
150
19.09
63.62
190.85
763.40
200
33.93
113.10
339.30
1357.20
250
53.01
176.71
530.13
2120.52
300
76.34
254.47
763.41
3053.64
350
103.91
346.36
1039.08
4156.32
400
135.72
452.39
1357.17
5428.68
450
171.77
572.51
1717.65
6870.60
500
212.06
706.86
2120.58
8482.32
600
305.37
1017.90
3053.70
12214.80
700
415.62
1385.40
4156.20
16624.80
800
542.88
1809.60
5428.80
21715.20
900
687.06
2290.20
6870.60
27482.40
1000
848.22
2827.40
8482.20
33928.80
1200
1221.45
3421.20
12214.50
48858.00
1400
1433.52
4778.40
14335.20
57340.80
1600
2171.46
7238.20
21714.60
86858.40
1800
2748.27
9160.9
27482.70
109930.80
2000
3393.00
11310.00
33930.00
135720.00
2200
4105.50
13685.00
41055.00
164220.00
2400
4885.80
16286.00
48858.00
195432.00
2600
5733.90
19113.00
57339.00
229356.00
2800
6650.10
22167.00
66501.00
266004.00
3000
7634.10
25447.00
76341.00
305364.00
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Flow rate in ft/s and US gallons/min
Q100 % in US gallons/min
v [ft/s]
1
3.3
DN [inches]
Min. flow
10
40
Nominal flow
Max. flow
1/10
0.02
0.09
0.23
0.93
1/8
0.06
0.22
0.60
2.39
1/4
0.13
0.44
1.34
5.38
3/8
0.37
1.23
3.73
14.94
1/2
0.84
2.82
8.40
33.61
3/4
1.49
4.98
14.94
59.76
1
2.33
7.79
23.34
93.36
1.25
3.82
12.77
38.24
152.97
1.5
5.98
19.90
59.75
239.02
2
9.34
31.13
93.37
373.47
2.5
15.78
52.61
159.79
631.16
3
23.90
79.69
239.02
956.09
4
37.35
124.47
373.46
1493.84
5
58.35
194.48
583.24
2334.17
6
84.03
279.97
840.29
3361.17
8
149.39
497.92
1493.29
5975.57
10
233.41
777.96
2334.09
9336.37
12
336.12
1120.29
3361.19
13444.77
14
457.59
1525.15
4574.93
18299.73
16
597.54
1991.60
5975.44
23901.76
18
756.26
2520.61
7562.58
30250.34
20
933.86
3112.56
9336.63
37346.53
24
1344.50
4481.22
13445.04
53780.15
28
1829.92
6099.12
18299.20
73196.79
32
2390.23
7966.64
23902.29
95609.15
36
3025.03
10082.42
30250.34
121001.37
40
3734.50
12447.09
37346.00
149384.01
48
5377.88
17924.47
53778.83
215115.30
56
6311.60
21038.46
63115.99
252463.94
64
9560.65
31868.51
95606.51
382426.03
72
12100.27
40333.83
121002.69
484010.75
80
14938.92
49795.90
149389.29
597557.18
88
18075.97
60252.63
180759.73
723038.90
96
21511.53
71704.38
215115.30
860461.20
104
25245.60
84151.16
252456.02
1009824.08
112
29279.51
97597.39
292795.09
1171180.37
120
33611.93
112038.64
336119.31
1344477.23
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8.5 Measuring accuracy
Reference conditions
•
•
•
•
Medium: water
Temperature: 20°C / 68°F
Pressure: 1 bar / 14.5 psi
Inlet section: ≥ 5 DN
3
2
1
X [m/s]: flow velocity
Y [%]: deviation from the actual measured value (mv)
VersaFlow Mag 2000 with TWM 9000
DN [mm]
DN [inch]
Accuracy
Curve
10….100
3/8…4
0.15% of mv + 1 mm/s
1
150...300
6...12
0.2% of mv + 1 mm/s
2
VersaFlow Mag 1000 / 3000 / 4000 with
TWM 9000
10….1600
3/8…80
0.2% of mv + 1 mm/s
2
VersaFlow Mag 100 with TWM 9000
10…150
3/8…6
0.3% of mv + 2 mm/s
3
VersaFlow Mag 1000 / 4000 with TWM
9000
>1600
>64
0.3% of mv + 2 mm/s
3
VersaFlow Mag 2000 / 3000 / 4000 with
TWM 9000
<10
<3/8
0.3% of mv + 2 mm/s
3
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9.1 General description
The open HART® protocol, which can be used freely, is integrated into the signal converter for
communication.
Devices which support the HART® protocol are classified as either operating devices or field
devices. When it comes to operating devices (Master), both manual control units (Secondary
Master) and PC-supported workstations (Primary Master) are used in, for example, a control
centre.
HART® field devices include sensors, converters and actuators. The field devices range from 2wire to 4-wire to intrinsically safe versions for use in hazardous areas.
The HART® data are superimposed over the analogue 4...20 mA signal via FSK modem. This way,
all of the connected devices can communicate digitally with one another via the HART® protocol
while simultaneously transferring the analogue signals.
When it comes to the field devices and manual control units, the FSK or HART® modem is
integrated. With a PC, however, communication takes place via an external modem which must
be connected to the serial interface. There are also other connection variants, as shown in the
following connection diagrams.
9.2 Software history
INFORMATION!
In the table below, "x" is a placeholder for possible multi-digit alphanumeric combinations,
depending on the available version.
Release date
2008-05-13
Electronic
Revision
3.2.0x
SW.REV.UIS SW.REV.MS
HART®
Device
Revision
DD Revision
2.x.x
1.x.x
1
1 (only AMS)
2.x.x
1.x.x
1
2
3.x.x
2.x.x / 3.x.x
2
1
HART® identification codes and revision numbers
Manufacturer ID:
69 (0x45)
Device:
227 (0xE3)
Device Revision:
2
DD Revision
1, 2
HART®
5
Universal Revision:
FC 375/475 system SW.Rev.:
≥ 1.8
AMS version:
≥ 7.0
PDM version:
≥ 6.0
FDT version:
≥ 1.2
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9.3 Connection variants
The signal converter is a 4-wire device with 4...20 mA current output and HART® interface.
Depending on the version, the settings and the wiring, the current output can operate as passive
or active output.
• Multi-Drop Mode is supported
In a Multi-Drop communication system, more than 2 devices are connected to a common
transmission cable.
• Burst Mode is not supported
In the Burst Mode a slave device transfers cyclic pre-defined response telegrams, to get a
higher rate of data transfer.
INFORMATION!
For detailed information about the electrical connection of the signal converter for HART®, see
the "Electrical connection" section.
There are two ways of using the HART® communication:
• as Point-to-Point connection and
• as Multi-Drop connection with 2-wire connection or
as Multi-Drop connection with 3-wire connection.
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9.3.1 Point-to-Point connection - analogue / digital mode
Point-to-Point connection between the signal converter and the HART® Master.
The current output of the device may be active or passive.
1 Primary Master
2 FSK modem or HART® modem
3 HART® signal
4 Analogue display
5 Signal converter terminals A (C)
6 Signal converter terminals A- (C-)
7 Signal converter with address = 0 and passive or active current output
8 Secondary Master
9 Power supply for devices (slaves) with passive current output
10 Load ≥ 250 Ω (Ohm)
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9.3.2 Multi-Drop connection (2-wire connection)
In the case of a Multi-Drop connection, up to 15 devices may be installed in parallel (this signal
converter and other HART® devices).
The current outputs of the devices must be passive!
1 Primary Master
2 HART® modem
3 HART® signal
4 Other HART® devices or this signal converter (see also 7)
5 Signal converter terminals A (C)
6 Signal converter terminals A- (C-)
7 Signal converter with address > 0 and passive current output, connection of max. 15 devices (slaves) with 4…20 mA
8 Secondary Master
9 Power supply
10 Load ≥ 250 Ω (Ohm)
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9.3.3 Multi-Drop connection (3-wire connection)
Connection of 2-wire and 4-wire devices in the same network. In order that the current output of
the signal converter is working continuously active, an additional third wire must be connected
to the devices in the same network. These devices must be powered via a two-wire loop.
1 Primary Master
2 HART® modem
3 HART® signal
4 2-wire external devices (slaves) with 4…20 mA, addresses > 0, powered by current loop
5 Signal converter terminals A (C)
6 Signal converter terminals A- (C-)
7 Connection of active or passive 4-wire devices (slaves) with 4…20 mA, addresses > 0
8 Load ≥ 250 Ω (Ohm)
9 Secondary Master
10 Power supply
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9.4 Inputs/outputs and HART® dynamic variables and device variables
The signal converter is available with various in-/output combinations.
The connection of the terminals A…D to the HART® dynamic variables PV, SV, TV and 4V depends
on the device version.
PV = Primary Variable; SV = Secondary Variable; TV = Third Variable; 4V = Fourth Variable
Signal converter version
HART® dynamic variable
PV
SV
TV
4V
Basic I/O, connection terminals
A
D
-
-
Modular I/O and Ex i I/O, connection terminals
C
D
A
B
The signal converter can provide up to 10 measured values. The measured values are accessible
as so-called HART® device variables and can be connected to the HART® dynamic variables. The
availability of these variables depends on the device versions and the settings.
Code = device variable code
Device variables
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HART® device variable
Code
Type
flow speed
20
linear
volume flow
21
linear
mass flow
22
linear
conductivity
24
linear
coil temperature
23
linear
counter 1 (C)
6
totalizer
Valid for Basic I/O option only.
counter 1 (B)
13
totalizer
Valid for Modular I/O and Ex i I/O options
only.
counter 2 (D)
14
totalizer
counter 3 (A)
12
totalizer
Valid for Modular I/O and Ex i I/O options
only.
diagnosis value
25
linear
Function and availability depends on
diagnosis value setting.
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For the dynamic variables connected to the linear analogue outputs for current and/or
frequency, the assignment of the device variables takes place by selecting the linear
measurement for these outputs under the appropriate function of the signal converter. It follows
that the dynamic variables connected to current or frequency outputs can only be assigned to the
linear HART® device variables.
The HART® dynamic variable PV is always connected to the HART® current output which is, for
example, assigned to the volume flow.
A totalizer device variable can thus not be assigned to the dynamic variable PV because the PV is
always connected to the HART® current output.
Such correlations do not exist for dynamic variables not connected to linear analogue outputs.
Both linear and totalizer device variables can be assigned.
The totalizer device variables can only be assigned to the dynamic variables SV, TV and 4V if the
connected output is not a current or frequency output.
9.5 Parameter for the basic configuration
There are parameters, such as counter 1…2 (optional 3) and a selection of the diagnosis values,
that require a warm start for the device following data changes in order to update, for example,
dependent unit parameters before other parameters may be written.
Depending on the characteristic of the HART® host system, e.g. online/offline mode, these
parameters are treated differently. See the following section for more detailed information.
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9.6 Field Communicator 375/475 (FC 375/475)
The Field Communicator is a hand terminal from Emerson Process Management that is
designed to configure HART® and Foundation Fieldbus devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are
used to integrate different devices into the Field Communicator.
9.6.1 Installation
The HART® Device Description for the signal converter must be installed on the Field
Communicator. Otherwise only the functions of a generic DD are available to the user and the
entire device control is not possible. A "Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Programming Utility"
is required to install the DDs on the Field Communicator.
The Field Communicator must be equipped with a system card with "Easy Upgrade Option". For
details consult the Field Communicator User’s Manual.
9.6.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more detailed information see Appendix A, Menu tree for Basic DD.
Operating the signal converter via the Field Communicator is very similar to manual device
control using the keyboard.
Limitation: The service menu parameters for the device are not supported and a simulation is
only possible for current outputs. The online help for each parameter contains its function
number as a reference to the local device display.
Parameter protection for custody transfer is the same as on the device's local display. Other
specific protective functions such as the passwords for the quick setup menu and the setup
menu are not supported with HART®.
The Field Communicator always saves a complete configuration for the exchange with AMS, see
Appendix A. However, in the offline configuration and when sending to the device, the Field
Communicator only takes into account a partial parameter set (like the standard configuration of
the old HART® Communicator 275).
9.6.3 Parameter for the basic configuration
In online mode, counter measurements and the diagnosis value can be set using special
methods, see Appendix A. In offline mode, these parameters are read-only. However, when
transferring the offline configuration, this data is also written to the device.
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9.7 Asset Management Solutions (AMS)
The Asset Management Solutions Device Manager (AMS) is a PC program from Emerson
Process Management which is designed to configure and manage HART®, PROFIBUS and
Foundation-Fieldbus devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to integrate different devices
into the AMS.
9.7.1 Installation
Please read the “readme.txt”, which is also contained in the Installation Kit.
If the signal converter Device Description has not yet been installed on the AMS system, a socalled Installation Kit HART® AMS is required. It is available for download from the website or on
CD ROM.
For installation with the Installation Kit refer to the "AMS Intelligent Device Manager Books
Online" section "Basic AMS Functionality /Device Configurations / Installing Device Types /
Procedures /Install device types from media".
9.7.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more detailed information see Appendix B, Menu tree for AMS.
9.7.3 Parameter for the basic configuration
Due to AMS requirements and conventions, there are differences when operating the signal
converter with AMS and operating using the local keyboard. The service menu parameters are
not supported and simulation is only possible for current outputs. The online help for each
parameter contains its function number as a reference to the local device display.
Parameter protection for custody transfer is the same as on the device's local display. Other
specific protective functions such as the passwords for the quick setup menu and the setup
menu are not supported with HART®.
In online mode, the measurements for counters and diagnosis values can be changed by using
the appropriate methods in the basic configuration menu. These parameters are read-only in
offline mode.
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9.8 Field Device Manager (FDM)
A Field Device Manager (FDM) is basically a PC program from Honeywell used to configure
HART®, PROFIBUS and Foundation Fieldbus devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to
integrate different devices into the FDM.
9.8.1 Installation
If the signal converter Device Description has not yet been installed on the FDM system, the
Device Description is required in binary format and is available for download from the website or
on CD ROM.
See the section regarding Managing DDs in the FDM User Guide for information on installing the
Device Descriptions in binary format.
9.8.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more detailed information see Appendix A, Menu tree for Basic DD.
Operating the signal converter via the Field Device Manager is very similar to manual device
control using the keyboard.
Limitation: The Service Menu parameters for the device are not supported and a simulation is
only possible for current outputs. The online help for each parameter contains its function
number as a reference to the local device display.
Parameter protection for custody transfer is the same as on the device's local display. Other
specific protective functions such as the passwords for the quick setup menu and the setup
menu are not supported with HART®.
9.9 Process Device Manager (PDM)
The Process Device Manager (PDM) is a Siemens PC program designed to configure HART® and
PROFIBUS devices. Device Descriptions (DDs) are used to integrate different devices into the
PDM.
9.9.1 Installation
If the signal converter Device Description has not yet been installed on the PDM system, a socalled Device Install HART® PDM is required for the signal converter. This is available for
download from the website or on CD-ROM / floppy disk.
For installation under PDM V 5.2, see PDM manual, section 11.1 - Install device / Integrate device
into SIMATIC PDM with Device Install.
For installation under PDM V 6.0, see PDM manual, Section 13 - Integrating devices.
Please also read the “readme.txt”, which is also contained in the Installation Kit.
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9.9.2 Operation
INFORMATION!
For more detailed information see Appendix C, Menu tree for PDM.
Due to PDM requirements and conventions, there are differences when operating the signal
converter with PDM and operating using the local keyboard. Service menu parameters are not
supported and a simulation is only possible for current outputs. The online help for each
parameter contains its function number as a reference to the device’s local display.
Parameter protection for custody transfer is the same as on the device's local display. Other
specific protective functions such as the passwords for the quick setup menu and the setup
menu are not supported with HART®.
9.9.3 Parameter for the basic configuration
The counter measurements and the diagnosis values can be set directly in the PDM offline table.
The dependent unit parameters are automatically updated. However, automatic updating is not
possible in online dialogues of the PDM parameter table.
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9.10 Field Device Tool / Device Type Manager (FDT / DTM)
A Field Device Tool Container (FDT Container) is basically a PC program used to configure
HART®, PROFIBUS and Foundation Fieldbus devices. To adapt to different devices, an FDT
container uses a so-called Device Type Manager (DTM).
9.10.1 Installation
If the Device Type Manager for the signal converter has not yet been installed on the Field Device
Tool Container, setup is required and is available for download from the website or on CD-ROM.
See the supplied documentation for information on how to install and set up the DTM.
9.10.2 Operation
Operating the signal converter via DTM is very similar to manual device control using the
keyboard. See also local device display.
9.11 Appendix A: HART® menu tree for Basic-DD
INFORMATION!
The numbering in the following table may change depending on the version of the signal
converter!
Abbreviations of the following tables:
• Opt Optional, depending on device version and configuration
• Rd Read only
• Cust Custody lock protection
• Loc Local, affects only DD host views
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9.11.1 Overview Basic-DD menu tree (positions in menu tree)
1 dynam. variable
1 measured values
2 IO (Inputs/Outputs)
2 quick setup
1 language
2 tag
3 reset
4 analogue outputs
5 digital outputs
3 test
1 simulation
2 information
4 setup
1 process input
1 calibration
2 filter
3 self test
4 information
5 sensor limits
2 I/O
1 hardware
2 (terminals) A
3 (terminals) B
4 (terminals) C
5 (terminals) D
3 I/O counter
1 counter 1
2 counter 2
3 counter 3 Opt
4 I/O HART
1 PV is Rd
2 SV is
3 TV is
4 4V is
5 D/A trim
6 apply values
7 HART units
5 device
1 device info
2 display
3 1. meas. page
4 2. meas. page
5 graphic page
6 special functions
7 units (device)
8 HART
9 circuit board info
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9.11.2 Basic-DD menu tree (details for settings)
1 dynam. variable
1 measured values
1 volume flow / 2 mass flow / 3 flow speed /
4 conductivity / 5 coil temperature / 6 counter 1 Opt / 7 counter 2 Opt /
8 counter 3 Opt / 9 diagnosis value Opt
2 Inputs/Outputs
1 A Opt / 2 % range A Opt / 3 B Opt / 4 % range B Opt / 5 C Opt /
6 % range C Opt / 7 D Opt / 8 % range D Opt
2 quick setup
1 language
-
2 tag
-
3 reset
1 reset errors / 2 reset counter 1 Opt /
3 reset counter 2 Opt / 4 reset counter 3 Opt
4 analogue outputs
1 measurement A/C Cust / 2 unit Cust / 3 range min A/C Cust /
4 range max A/C Cust / 5 lfc threshold Cust / 6 lfc hysteresis Cust /
7 time constant Cust
5 digital outputs
1 measurement D Opt, Cust / 2 pulse value unit Opt, Cust /
3 value p. pulse D Opt, Cust / 4 lfc threshold Opt, Cust / 5 lfc hysteresis Opt, Cust
3 test
1 simulation
1 simul. current / frequency A Opt / 2 simul. current / frequency B Opt /
3 simul. current C Opt / 4 simul. frequency D
2 information
1 C number / 2 info process input / 3 info device / 4 info display
4 setup
1 process input
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1 calibration
1 autom. zero calib. Cust / 2 zero calibration Cust /
3 size Cust / 4 GK selection Cust /
5 GK / GKH Opt, Cust / 6 GKL Opt, Cust /
7 coil resistance Rsp Cust / 8 density Cust /
9 target conduct. Cust / 10 EF electr. factor Cust /
11 num. of electrodes Cust / 12 field frequency Cust /
13 select settling Cust / 14 settling time Opt Cust /
15 line frequency Cust
2 filter
1 limitation min Cust / 2 limitation max Cust /
3 flow direction Cust / 4 time constant /
5 pulse filter Cust / 6 pulse width Opt, Cust /
7 pulse limitation Opt, Cust / 8 noise filter Cust /
9 noise level Opt, Cust / 10 noise suppression Opt, Cust /
11 lfc threshold Cust / 12 lfc hysteresis Cust
3 self test
1 empty pipe Cust / 2 limit empty pipe Opt, Cust /
3 full pipe Opt, Cust / 4 limit full pipe Opt, Cust /
5 linearity Cust / 6 gain Cust /
7 coil current Cust / 8 flow profile Cust /
9 limit flow profile Opt, Cust /
10 electrode noise Cust /
11 limit electr. noise Opt, Cust /
12 settling of field Cust /
13 diagnosis value Rd / 14 select diagnosis
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4 information
1 liner / 2 electr. material /
3 serial no. sensor Rd / 4 V no. sensor Rd /
5 sensor electr. info
5 sensor limits
1 volume flow
2 mass flow
3 flow speed
1 upper snsr limit Rd /
2 lower snsr limit Rd /
3 minimum span Rd
4 conductivity
5 coil temperature
2 I/O
1 hardware
1 terminals A Cust / 2 terminals B Cust /
3 terminals C Cust / 4 terminals D Cust
2A
3B
4C
5D
current output Opt:
1 range 0% Cust / 2 range 100% Cust /
3 extended range min Cust / 4 extended range max Cust /
5 error current Cust / 6 error condition Cust /
7 measurement Cust / 8 range min Cust /
9 range max Cust / 10 polarity Cust /
11 limitation min Cust / 12 limitation max Cust /
13 lfc threshold Cust / 14 lfc hysteresis Cust /
15 time constant Cust / 16 special function Cust /
17 rc threshold Opt, Cust / 18 rc hysteresis Opt, Cust /
19 information
frequency output Opt:
1 pulse shape Cust / 2 pulse width Cust /
3 100% pulse rate Cust / 4 measurement Cust /
5 range min Cust / 6 range max Cust /
7 polarity Cust / 8 limitation min Cust /
9 limitation max Cust / 10 lfc threshold Cust /
11 lfc hysteresis Cust / 12 time constant Cust /
13 invert signal Cust / 14 special function Opt, Cust /
15 phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust / 16 information
pulse output Opt:
1 pulse shape Cust / 2 pulse width Cust /
3 max. pulse rate Cust / 4 measurement Cust /
5 pulse value unit / 6 value p. pulse /
7 polarity Cust / 8 lfc threshold Cust /
9 lfc hysteresis Cust / 10 time constant /
11 invert signal Cust / 12 special function Opt, Cust /
13 phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust / 14 information
status output Opt:
1 mode / 2 output A Opt /
2 output B Opt / 2 output C Opt /
2 output D Opt / 3 invert signal /
4 information
limit switch Opt:
1 measurement / 2 threshold / 3 hysteresis /
4 polarity / 5 time constant /
6 invert signal / 7 information
control input Opt:
1 mode Cust / 2 invert signal /
3 information
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3 I/O counter
1 counter 1
2 counter 2
3 counter 3 Opt
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1 funct. of counter Cust / 2 measurement Cust /
3 select measurement Opt, Cust / 4 lfc threshold Cust /
5 lfc hysteresis Cust / 6 time constant Cust /
7 preset value Opt, Cust / 8 reset counter Opt, Cust /
9 set counter Opt, Cust / 10 information
4 I/O HART
1 PV is Rd / 2 SV is / 3 TV is / 4 4V is / 5 D/A trim Cust / 6 apply values Cust
5 device
1 device info
1 tag / 2 C number Rd / 3 device serial no. Rd /
4 electronic serial no. Rd / 5 SW.REV.MS /
6 circuit board info
2 display
1 language / 2 default display / 3 SW.REV.UIS
3 1. meas. page
4 2. meas. page
1 function Cust / 2 measurement 1.line Cust /
3 range min Cust / 4 range max Cust /
5 limitation min / 6 limitation max /
7 lfc threshold / 8 lfc hysteresis /
9 time constant / 10 format 1.line /
11 measurement 2.line Cust / 12 format 2.line Cust /
13 measurement 3.line Cust / 14 format 3.line Cust
5 graphic page
1 select range / 2 range centre /
3 range +/- / 4 time scale
6 special functions
1 list errors / 2 reset errors / 3 warmstart
7 units (device)
1 volume flow Cust / 2 mass flow Cust /
3 flow speed Cust / 4 conductivity Cust /
5 temperature Cust / 6 volume Cust /
7 mass Cust / 8 density Cust
8 HART
1 address
2 message
3 description
4 units (HART)
1 volume flow
5 formats (HART)
2 mass flow
3 flow speed
4 conductivity
5 temperature
6 counter 1
7 counter 2
8 counter 3 Opt
9 diagnosis value
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6 device info
1 manufacturer Rd
2 model Rd
3 device ID Rd
4 tag
5 date
6 write protect Rd
7 final assembly no.
8 sensor serial no.
9 revision no.
1 universal rev. Rd
2 device rev. Rd
3 software rev. Rd
4 hardware rev. Rd
7 preambles
1 request preams Rd
2 response preams
8 master reset
9 prepare download
9 circuit board info
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9.12 Appendix B: HART® menu tree for AMS
Abbreviations of the following tables:
• Opt Optional, depending on device version and configuration
• Rd Read only
• Cust Custody lock protection
• Loc Local AMS, affects only AMS views
9.12.1 Overview AMS menu tree (positions in menu tree)
configuration
quick setup
sensor
input calibration
input filter
self test / info
I/O terminals
A/B/C/D
current output
frequency output
pulse output
status output
limit switch
control input
counter
counter 1
counter 2
counter 3
device
1. meas. page / graphic page / 2. meas. page
HART
HART units
Compare
Clear Offline
Status
Overview
Failure (device)
Failure (application)
Out of specification
Check request & Information
Process Variables
process values
counter
outputs
device
HART
Scan Device
Calibration Management
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Diagnostics and Test
Calibrate
Reset
Basic Configuration
Rename
Unassign
Assign / Replace
Audit Trail
Record Manual Event
Drawings / Notes
Help…
9.12.2 AMS menu tree (details for settings)
Configure
quick setup
sensor
device
language / tag
current output A/C
measurement A/C Cust / unit A/C Cust /
time constant A/C Cust / range max A/C Cust /
range min A/C Cust / lfc threshold Cust /
lfc hysteresis Cust
pulse output D
measurement D Opt, Cust / pulse value unit Opt, Cust /
value p. pulse Opt, Cust / lfc threshold Opt, Cust /
lfc hysteresis Opt, Cust
limits for...
volume flow
mass flow
flow speed
upper snsr limit Rd /
lower snsr limit Rd /
minimum span Rd
conductivity
coil temperature
input calibration
zero calibration Cust / size Cust / GK selection Cust / GK / GKH Opt, Cust /
GKL Opt, Cust / coil resistance Rsp Cust / density Cust / target conduct. Cust /
EF electr. factor Cust / num. of electrodes Cust / field frequency Cust /
select settling Cust / settling time Opt, Cust / line frequency Cust
input filter
limitation min Cust / limitation max Cust / flow direction Cust /
time constant Cust / pulse filter Cust / pulse width Cust / pulse limitation Cust /
noise filter Cust / noise level Cust / noise suppression Opt, Cust /
lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust
self test / info
self test
empty pipe Cust / limit empty pipe Opt, Cust /
full pipe Opt, Cust / limit full pipe Opt, Cust /
linearity Cust / gain Cust /
coil temperature Cust / flow profile Cust /
limit flow profile Opt, Cust /
electrode noise Cust /
limit electr. noise Opt, Cust /
settling of field Cust /
diagnosis value Rd
information
liner / electr. material /
serial no. sensor Rd / V no. sensor Rd /
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I/O terminals
A/B/C/D
counter
current output Opt
range 0% Cust / range 100% Cust /
extended range min Cust / extended range max Cust /
error current Cust / error condition Cust /
measurement Cust / range min Cust /
range max Cust / polarity Cust /
limitation min Cust / limitation max Cust /
lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust /
time constant Cust / special function Cust /
rc threshold Opt, Cust / rc hysteresis Opt, Cust
frequency output Opt
pulse shape Cust / pulse width Cust /
100% pulse rate Cust / measurement Cust /
range min Cust / range max Cust /
polarity Cust / limitation min Cust /
limitation max Cust / lfc threshold Cust /
lfc hysteresis Cust / time constant Cust /
invert signal Cust / special function Opt, Cust /
phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust
pulse output Opt
pulse shape Cust / pulse width Cust /
max. pulse rate Cust / measurement Cust /
pulse value unit / value p. pulse /
polarity Cust / lfc threshold Cust /
lfc hysteresis Cust / time constant /
invert signal Cust / special function Opt, Cust /
phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust
status output Opt
mode / output A Opt /
output B Opt / output C Opt /
output D Opt / invert signal
limit switch Opt
measurement / threshold / hysteresis /
polarity / time constant /
invert signal
control input Opt
mode Cust / invert signal
counter 1
function Cust / measurement Opt, Cust /
lfc threshold Opt, Cust / lfc hysteresis Opt, Cust /
time constant Opt, Cust / preset value Opt, Cust
counter 2
counter 3 Opt
device
1. and 2. meas. page
graphic page
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device info
tag / C number Rd / device serial no. Rd /
electronic serial no. Rd
display
language / default display Cust
units
volume flow Cust / mass flow Cust /
flow speed Cust / conductivity Cust /
temperature Cust / volume Cust /
mass Cust / density Cust
1. and 2. meas. page
function Cust / measurement 1.line Cust /
range min Cust / range max Cust /
limitation min / limitation max /
lfc threshold / lfc hysteresis /
time constant / format 1.line /
measurement 2.line Cust / format 2.line Cust /
measurement 3.line Cust / format 3.line Cust
graphic page
select range / range centre /
range +/- / time scale
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HART
HART units
identification
manufacturer Rd / model Rd / device ID Rd /
address / tag / date / message / description /
write protect Rd / final assembly no. / sensor serial no.
revision numbers
universal rev. Rd / device rev. Rd /
software rev. Rd / hardware rev. Rd
preambles
request preams Rd / response preams
dynamic variables
PV is Rd / SV is / TV is / 4V is
display formats
volume flow Loc / mass flow Loc /
flow speed Loc / conductivity Loc /
temperature Loc / counter 1 Loc / counter 2 Loc /
counter 3 Opt, Loc / diagnosis value Opt, Loc
units
volume flow / mass flow /
flow speed / conductivity /
temperature / counter 1 / counter 2 / counter 3 Opt
Compare and Clear Offline
Status
Overview
Standard
Primary variable out of limits
Non-primary variable out of limits
Primary variable analogue output saturated
Primary variable analogue output fixed
Cold start
Field device malfunction
Configuration changed
Failure (device)
F error in device / F IO1 / F parameter / F IO2 / F configuration / F display /
F sensor electronic / F sensor global / F sensor local / F field current local /
F current in-/output A / F current in-/output B / F current output C /
F software user interface / F hardware settings / F hardware detection /
F RAM/ROM error IO1 / F RAM/ROM error IO2
Failure (application)
F application error / F empty pipe / F flow rate too high / F field frequency too high /
F DC offset / F open circuit A / F open circuit B / F open circuit C /
F over range A (current) / F over range B (current) / F over range C (current) /
F over range A (pulse) / F over range B (pulse) / F over range C (pulse) /
F active settings / F factory settings / F backup 1 settings /
F backup 2 settings
Out of specification
S out of specification / S pipe not full / S pipe empty / S linearity /
S flow profile / S electrode noise / S gain error /
S electrode symmetry / S field coil broken / S field coil bridged /
S field current deviation / S field frequency too high / S electronic temperature /
S coil temperature / S overflow counter 1 / S overflow counter 2 /
S overflow counter 3 / S backplane invalid
Check request &
Information
check request
C checks in progress / C test sensor
information
I counter 1 stopped / I counter 2 stopped /
I counter 3 stopped / I power fail /
I control input A active / I control input B active /
I over range display 1 / I over range display 2 /
I backplane sensor / I backplane settings /
I backplane difference / I optical interface
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Process Variables
process values
volume flow / mass flow / flow speed / conductivity / coil temperature / diagnosis value
counter
counter 1 Opt / counter 2 Opt / counter 3 Opt
outputs
A Opt / % range A Opt / B Opt / % range B Opt / C Opt / % range C Opt /
D Opt / % range D Opt /
device
tag Rd / description Rd
HART
polling address Rd / device ID Rd
Opt
Scan Device
Calibration Management
Diagnostics and Test
simulation A Opt, Cust / simulation B Opt, Cust / simulation COpt, Cust /
simulation D Opt, Cust / circuit board info
Calibrate
autom. zero calibration Cust / D/A trim Cust /
apply values Cust
Reset
reset errors / reset configuration changed flag / master reset / warmstart / reset
counter 1 Cust / set counter 1 Cust / reset counter 2 Cust / set counter 2 Cust / reset counter
3 Cust / set counter 3 Cust
Basic Configuration
select measurement counter 1 / select measurement counter 2 /
select measurement counter 3 Opt / select diagnosis value
Rename
Unassign
Assign / Replace
Audit Trail
Record Manual Event
Drawings / Notes
Help…
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9.13 Appendix C: HART® menu tree for PDM
Abbreviations of the following tables:
• Opt Optional, depending on device version and configuration
• Rd Read only
• Cust Custody lock protection
• Loc Local PDM, affects only PDM views
9.13.1 Overview PDM menu tree (positions in menu tree)
Overview: Menu Device
Communication Path
Load To Device
Load To PG/PC
Set Address
Test
Reset
Calibration
HART
Overview: Menu View
display
display
counter
Yt diagram
outputs
current output/frequency output A Opt
current output/frequency output B Opt
current output C Opt
frequency output D Opt
Device Status
Device
HART
Standard (overview)
Failure (device)
Failure (application)
Out of specification
Check request
Information
Circuit board info
Toolbar
Status Bar
Update
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Overview: PDM parameter table
identification
operation unit
device
input
calibration
filter
self test
information
measuring limits
volume flow
mass flow
flow speed
conductivity
coil temperature
I/O
A Opt
B Opt
C Opt
D Opt
counter 1
counter 2
counter 3 Opt
Human machine interface
local display
1. and 2. meas. page
graphic page
units (device)
units (HART)
formats (HART)
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9.13.2 PDM menu tree (details for settings)
Menu Device
Communication Path
Load To Device
Load To PG/PC
Set Address
Test
simulation current output/frequency output A Opt, Cust
simulation current output/frequency output B Opt, Cust
simulation current output COpt, Cust
simulation frequency output D Opt, Cust
reset
<reset errors>
<reset configuration changed flag>
<master reset>
<warmstart>
<reset counter 1> Cust
<set counter 1> Cust
<reset counter 2> Cust
<set counter 2> Cust
<reset counter 3> Opt, Cust
<set counter 3> Opt, Cust
calibration
autom. zero calibration Cust
D/A trim Cust
apply values Cust
HART
preambles
request preams Rd / response preams
dynamic variables settings
PV is Rd / SV is / TV is / 4V is
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Menu View
display
volume flow / mass flow / flow speed / conductivity / coil temperature / diagnosis value / device
status
counter
counter 1 Opt / counter 2 Opt / counter 3 Opt /
Yt diagram
volume flow Opt / mass flow Opt
outputs
current output /frequency output A Opt
measured value Opt /
A Opt /
% range A Opt
current output/frequency output B Opt
measured value Opt /
B Opt /
% range BOpt
current output C Opt
measured value Opt /
C Opt /
% range C Opt
frequency output D Opt
measured value Opt /
D Opt /
% range D Opt
Device Status
device
C number Rd / device serial no. Rd / electronic serial no. Rd
HART
tag / manufacturer Rd / write protect Rd /
model Rd / device ID / universal rev. Rd /
device rev. Rd / software rev. Rd / hardware rev. Rd /
date Rd / final assembly no. Rd / sensor serial no. Rd
Standard (overview)
Primary variable out of limits
Non-primary variable out of limits
Primary variable analogue output saturated
Primary variable analogue output fixed
Cold start
Configuration changed
Field device malfunction
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Failure (device)
F error in device / F IO1 / F parameter / F IO2 / F configuration /
F display / F sensor electronic / F sensor global / F sensor local /
F field current local / F current in-/output A / F current in-/output B /
F current output C / F software user interface /
F hardware settings / F hardware detection /
F RAM/ROM error IO1 / F RAM/ROM error IO2
Failure (application)
F application error / F empty pipe / F flow rate too high /
F field frequency too high / F DC offset / F open circuit A /
F open circuit B / F open circuit C /
F over range A (current) / F over range B (current) /
F over range C (current) / F over range A (pulse) /
F over range B (pulse) / F over range D (pulse) /
F active settings / F factory settings /
F backup 1 settings / F backup 2 settings
Out of specification
S out of specification / S pipe not full / S pipe empty /
S linearity / S flow profile / S electrode noise /
S gain error / S electrode symmetry / S field coil broken /
S field coil bridged / S field current deviation /
S field frequency too high / S electronic temperature /
S coil temperature / S overflow counter 1 / S overflow counter 2 /
S overflow counter 3 / S backplane invalid
check request
C checks in progress / C test sensor
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Information
I counter 1 stopped / I counter 2 stopped /
I counter 3 stopped / I power fail /
I control input A active / I control input B active /
I over range display 1 / I over range display 2 /
I backplane sensor / I backplane settings /
I backplane difference / I optical interface
Circuit board info
Toolbar
Status Bar
Update
PDM parameter table
identification
operation unit
tag / description / message
device
C number Rd / device serial no. Rd / electronic serial no. Rd / manufacturer Rd /
model Rd / device ID Rd / universal rev. Rd / device rev. Rd /
software rev. Rd / hardware rev. Rd / date / final assembly no. / sensor serial no.
input
calibration
zero calibration Cust / size Cust / GK selection Cust / GK / GKH Opt, Cust / GKL Opt, Cust /
density Cust / target conductivity Cust / EF electr. factor Cust / num. of electrodes Cust / field
frequency Cust / select settling Cust / settling time Opt, Cust / line frequency Cust
filter process input
limitation min Cust / limitation max Cust / flow direction Cust / time constant / pulse filter Cust /
pulse width Opt, Cust / pulse limitation Opt, Cust / noise filter Cust /
noise level Opt, Cust / noise suppression Opt, Cust / lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust
self test
empty pipe Cust / limit empty pipe Opt, Cust / full pipe Opt, Cust / limit full pipe Opt, Cust / linearity
Cust
/ gain Cust / coil current Cust / flow profile Cust /
limit flow profile Opt, Cust / electrode noise Cust / limit electr.noise Opt, Cust / settling of field Cust /
diagnosis value
information
liner / electr. material / serial no. sensor Rd / V no. sensor Rd
Measuring limits for
...
... volume flow
upper sensr limit Rd / lower sensr limit Rd / minimum span Rd
... mass flow
... flow speed
... conductivity
... coil temperature
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I/O
I/O
terminals A Cust / terminals B Cust / terminals C Cust / terminals D Cust
A / B / C / D Opt
current output Opt
range 0% Cust / range 100% Cust / extended range min Cust /
extended range max Cust / error current Cust / error condition Cust /
measurement Cust / range min Cust / range max Cust /
polarity Cust / limitation min Cust / limitation max Cust /
lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust / time constant Cust /
special function Cust / rc threshold Opt, Cust / rc hysteresis Opt, Cust
frequency output Opt
pulse shape Cust / pulse width Cust / 100% pulse rate Cust /
measurement Cust /
range min Cust / range max Cust /
polarity Cust / limitation min Cust / limitation max Cust /
lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust / time constant /
invert signal Cust / special function Opt, Cust /
phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust
pulse output Opt
pulse shape Cust / pulse width Cust / max pulse rate Cust / measurement
Cust /
pulse value unit / value p. pulse / polarity Cust /
lfc threshold Cust / lfc hysteresis Cust / time constant /
invert signal Cust / special function Opt, Cust /
phase shift w.r.t. B Opt, Cust
status output Opt
mode / output A Opt / output B Opt / output C Opt /
output D Opt / invert signal /
limit switch Opt
measurement / threshold / hysteresis / polarity
time constant / invert signal
control input Opt
mode Cust / invert signal
counter
counter 1
counter 2
counter 3 Opt
function Cust / measurement Opt /
lfc threshold Opt /
lfc hysteresis Opt /
time constant Opt / preset value Opt
Human machine interface
local display
language / default display Opt
1. and 2. meas. page
function Cust / measurement 1.line Cust / range min Cust / range max Cust /
limitation min / limitation max / lfc threshold / lfc hysteresis / time constant /
format 1.line / measurement 2.line Cust / format 2.line Cust / measurement 3.line Cust /
format 3.line Cust
graphic page
select range / range centre / range +/- / time scale
units (device)
unit for ...
volume flow Cust / mass flow Cust /
flow speed / conductivity /
temperature / volume Cust / mass Cust / density Cust
units (HART)
unit for ...
volume flow / mass flow /
flow speed / conductivity /
coil temperature / counter 1 / counter 2 / counter 3 Opt
formats (HART)
format for ...
volume flow Loc / mass flow Loc /
flow speed Loc / conductivity Loc /
coil temperature Loc / counter 1 Loc /
counter 2 Loc / counter 3 Opt, Loc / diagnosis value Opt, Loc
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