Operation Manual (532)
BA 208F/00/en/04.04
Nr. 52006311
Valid as of software version:
V 01.02.00 (amplifier)
V 01.02.00 (communication)
micropilot S
FMR 532
Level-Radar
Operating Instructions
Brief operating instructions
Micropilot S FMR 532
Brief operating instructions
KA 161F/00/a2/12.01
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000
measured value
-
+
Micropilot S - Quick Setup
Contrast:
+
or
+
009
history
reset
E
Group
selection
+
-
002
tank
shape
003
medium
property
004
process
cond.
01
safety settings
- flat
ceiling
- stilling
well
…
-
input E
input F
- standard
only for
(see sketch) (see sketch) bypass +
- calm
surface
stilling well
- add. agitator
…
basic setup
03
mounting
calibr.
04
linearisation
unknown
<1.9
1.9 … 4
4 … 10
>10
030
tank
gauging
033
dip table
mode
005
empty
calibr.
0A
diagnostics
0C
system
parameters
007
pipe
diameter
008
dist./
meas value
D and L are
displayed
(see sketch)
051
check
distance
052
range of
mapping
-
confirm
suggestion
or specify
range
ok
too small
too big
unknown
manual
053
start
mapping
flange:
reference point
of measurement
history reset (= 555)
- dip table
- auto correct.
dip table
first point corrects offset
further points correct linearity
06
output
-
006
full
calibr.
034/035
dip table
05
extended calibr.
09
display
E
E
00
basic setup
+
008
dist./
meas value
E
D
092
language
0A0
present
error
… …
0A1
previous
error
09B
recording
curve
- envel. curve - single curve
- cyclic
- incl. FAC
- incl. cust. map
0A3
reset
09A
plot settings
E
F
L
0A4
unlock
parameter
… …
555 = History Reset
= 100: unlocked
(333 = reset customer parameters) ≠ 100: locked
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Note!
This operating manual explains the installation and initial start-up for the level transmitter. All functions that are
required for a typical measuring task are taken into account here.
In addition, the Micropilot S provides many other functions that are not included in this operating manual, such as
optimising the measuring point and converting the measured values.
An overview of all device functions can be found on Page 84.
The operating manual BA 217F/00/en provides an extensive description of all device functions – Description of the
device functions for Micropilot S, which can also be found on the enclosed CD-ROM.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
Table of contents
Table of contents
1
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
6
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Designated use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation, commissioning and operation . . .
Operational safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on safety conventions and symbols . . .
2
Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Function check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Basic Setup with the VU 331 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Mounting calibration with VU 331 . . . . . . . . . . 54
Basic Setup with the ToF Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Mounting calibration with the ToF Tool . . . . . . 67
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Device designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Certificates and approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Registered trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
7
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
8
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
3
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
9
Trouble-shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Quick installation guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Incoming acceptance, transport, storage . . .
Installation Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Post-installation check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Quick wiring guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the measuring unit . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipotential bonding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overvoltage protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Post-connection check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Trouble-shooting instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
System error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Application errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Software history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Contact addresses of Endress+Hauser . . . . . 79
10
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
5
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Quick operation guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display and operating elements . . . . . . . . . .
Local operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display and acknowledging error messages
HART communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4
4
5
6
11
12
13
17
25
26
28
30
30
30
30
31
33
36
39
40
10.1 Technical data at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
11
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
11.1 Operating menu HART (Display modul),
ToF Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
11.2 Operating matrix HART / Commuwin II . . . . . . 86
11.3 Description of functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
11.4 Function and system design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Index
97
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1 Safety instructions
Micropilot S FMR 532
1
Safety instructions
1.1
Designated use
The Micropilot S FMR 532 is a compact radar level transmitter for the continuous,
contactless measurement of liquids, pastes and sludge in stilling wells. The device
can also be freely mounted outside closed metal vessels because of its operating
frequency of about 6 GHz and a maximum radiated pulsed energy of 1mW (average
power output 1 µW). Operation is completely harmless to humans and animals.
1.2
Installation, commissioning and operation
The Micropilot S has been designed to operate safely in accordance with current
technical, safety and EU standards. If installed incorrectly or used for applications for
which it is not intended, however, it is possible that application-related dangers may
arise, e.g. product overflow due to incorrect installation or calibration. For this reason,
the instrument must be installed, connected, operated and maintained according to the
instructions in this manual: personnel must be authorised and suitably qualified. The
manual must have been read and understood, and the instructions followed.
Modifications and repairs to the device are permissible only when they are expressly
approved in the manual.
1.3
Operational safety
Hazardous areas
Measuring systems for use in hazardous environments are accompanied by separate
"Ex documentation", which is an integral part of this Operating Manual. Strict
compliance with the installation instructions and ratings as stated in this supplementary
documentation is mandatory.
• Ensure that all personnel are suitably qualified.
• Observe the specifications in the certificate as well as national and local regulations.
FCC-approval
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
"
4
Caution!
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
1 Safety instructions
1.4
Return
The following procedures must be carried out before a transmitter is sent to
Endress+Hauser for repair:
• Always enclose a duly completed "Declaration of contamination" form. Only then can
Endress +Hauser transport, examine and repair a returned device.
• Enclose special handling instructions if necessary, for example a safety data sheet as
per EN 91/155/EEC.
• Remove all residue which may be present. Pay special attention to the gasket grooves
and crevices where fluid may be present. This is especially important if the fluid is
dangerous to health, e.g. corrosive, poisonous, carcinogenic, radioactive, etc.
Endress+Hauser
!
Note!
A copy of the “Declaration of contamination” is included at the end of this operating
manual.
"
Caution!
• No instrument should be sent back for repair without all dangerous material being
completely removed first, e.g. in scratches or diffused through plastic.
• Incomplete cleaning of the instrument may result in waste disposal or cause harm to
personnel (burns, etc.). Any costs arising from this will be charged to the operator of
the instrument.
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1 Safety instructions
Micropilot S FMR 532
1.5
Notes on safety conventions and symbols
In order to highlight safety-relevant or alternative operating procedures in the manual,
the following conventions have been used, each indicated by a corresponding symbol
in the margin.
Safety conventions
Explosion protection
Electrical symbols
6
Symbol
Meaning
#
Warning!
A warning highlights actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly,
will lead to personal injury, a safety hazard or destruction of the instrument
"
Caution!
Caution highlights actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly, may
lead to personal injury or incorrect functioning of the instrument
!
Note!
A note highlights actions or procedures which, if not performed correctly, may
indirectly affect operation or may lead to an instrument response which is not
planned
0
Device certified for use in explosion hazardous area
If the Micropilot has this symbol embossed on its name plate it can be installed
in an explosion hazardous area
-
Explosion hazardous area
Symbol used in drawings to indicate explosion hazardous areas.
– Devices located in and wiring entering areas with the designation
“explosion hazardous areas” must conform with the stated type of
protection
.
Safe area (non-explosion hazardous area)
Symbol used in drawings to indicate, if necessary, non-explosion hazardous
areas.
– Devices located in safe areas still require a certificate if their outputs run into
explosion hazardous areas.
%
Direct voltage
A terminal to which or from which a direct current or voltage may be applied or
supplied
&
Alternating voltage
A terminal to which or from which an alternating (sine-wave) current or voltage
may be applied or supplied
)
Grounded terminal
A grounded terminal, which as far as the operator is concerned, is already
grounded by means of an earth grounding system
*
Protective grounding (earth) terminal
A terminal which must be connected to earth ground prior to making any other
connection to the equipment
+
Equipotential connection (earth bonding)
A connection made to the plant grounding system which may be of type e.g.
neutral star or equipotential line according to national or company practice
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Micropilot S FMR 532
2 Identification
2
Identification
2.1
Device designation
2.1.1
Nameplate
The following technical data are given on the instrument nameplate:
max. measuring range
in tank
ENDRESS+HAUSER
MICROPILOT S
II1/2 G EEx ia IIC T6...T3
D00676-F
Registration No
ATEX
if modification
see sep. label
Messbereich
max.
Measuring range
PN max.
TAntenne max.
PTB 00 ATEX
U: 16...30 VDC
4...20 mA / 16...30 VDC
TA > 70°C: t >85°C
x=
measuring range
0560
°C
Anschlusswerte u.Temp.-Klasse siehe/
Connection values and temp.-classific.see
Dat./Insp.: X X X X X X
max permissible
temperature
on the antenna
Safety information
Fig. 1
L00-FMR53xxx-18-00-00-en-003
Order Code:
Ser.-No.: XXXXXXXXXXX
0032
79689 Maulburg
Degree of protection
Made in Germany
Order No
(see Order Information)
Information on the nameplate of the Micropilot S FMR 532 (example)
Year of construction Tank reference height
Certification no
Tank-no.
Hersteller / Producer :
ENDRESS+HAUSER
MICROPILOT S FMR
Zertifikat-Nr.
Certification no.
Baujahr
Year of constr.
D00748-C
Certificated
Measuring range
Fig. 2
from ...
to ...
min. environment temperature
°C
max. environment temperature
L00-FMR53xxx-18-00-00-en-004
T5754
Tankreferenzhöhe
m
Tank reference height
Tank-Nr.
Tank-no.
Zert.Messbereich/Cert.Measuring range
TUmgeb./Environm.
von
bis
max
m min
from
to
Information on the NMi type plate for custody transfer applications of the
Micropilot S FMR 532 (example)
Year of construction Tank reference height
Tank-no.
Hersteller / Producer :
ENDRESS+HAUSER
Approval number
MICROPILOT S FMR
4.413
Year and month
of type approval
Abb. 3
Endress+Hauser
Tankreferenzhöhe
m
Tank reference height
Tank-Nr.
Tank-no.
Zert.Messbereich/Cert.Measuring range
TUmgeb./Environm.
von
bis
max
m min
from
to
from ...
to ...
min. environment temperature
°C
max. environment temperature
L00-FMR53xxx-18-00-00-en-005
01.06
D00549-B
Certificated
Measuring range
Baujahr
Year of constr.
Information on the PTB type plate for custody transfer applications of the
Micropilot S FMR 532 (example)
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2 Identification
Micropilot S FMR 532
2.1.2
Ordering structure
Ordering structure Micropilot S FMR 532
10
20
Certificates
A For non-hazardous areas
G ATEX II 3G EEx nA II T6
K TIIS
Ex ia IIC T3
L TIIS
Ex ia IIC T6
S FM
IS - Class I, Division 1, Group A-D
U CSA
IS - Class I, Division 1, Group A-D
1 ATEX II 1/2 G EEx ia IIC T6, note safety instruction (XA) for electrostatic charging!
6 ATEX II 1/2 G EEx ia IIC T6 + WHG, note safety instruction (XA) for electrostatic
charging!
Y Special version
Antenna type
A
B
E
F
U
V
W
X
Y
30
Type
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Planar antenna
Special version
Basic weight
6.5 kg
Additional
weight
Size
DN150 / 6"
DN150 / 6"
DN250 / 10"
DN250 / 10"
DN200 / 8"
DN200 / 8"
DN300 / 12"
DN300 / 12"
Material
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
SS316L
Process connection
Flange Dia/Pressure
AVJ
6"/150 lbs / RF
A3J
8"/150 lbs / RF
A5J
10"/150 lbs / RF
AWJ 6"/300 lbs / RF
AXJ 8"/300 lbs / RF
A7J
12"/150 lbs / RF
CWJ DN150 PN10 / 16 C
Standard
ANSI B16.5
ANSI B16.5
ANSI B16.5
ANSI B16.5
ANSI B16.5
ANSI B16.5
CXJ
DN200 PN16 C
EN 1092,1, B11)
CZJ
DN200 PN25 C
C1J
C6J
Sealing
FKM inside
HNBR inside
FKM inside
HNBR inside
FKM inside
HNBR inside
HNBR inside
FKM inside
2.1 kg
1.1 kg
2.5 kg
Material
316/316L
316/316L
316/316L
316/316L
316/316L
316/316L
316L
11.4 kg
19.6 kg
28.8 kg
20.9 kg
34.3 kg
43.2 kg
10.6 kg
EN 1092,1, B11)
316L
316L
16.5 kg
22.7 kg
DN150 PN25 C
EN 1092,1, B11)
316L
14.7 kg
DN250 PN16 C
EN 1092,1, B11)
316L
25.6 kg
C8J
DN300 PN16 C
316L
36.1 kg
KDJ
KV2
K5J
KWJ
KXJ
XXJ
XVU
10 K 200A / RF
10 K 150A / RF
10 K 250A / RF
20 K 150A / RF
20 K 200A / RF
with flange hub
E+H UNI-Flange 6"/DN150/150A,
max. 14.5LBS/PN1/1K,
compatible with:
- 6" 150LBS
- DN150 PN16
- 10K 150A
E+H UNI-Flange 8"/DN200/200A,,
max. 14.5LBS/PN1/1K,
compatible with:
- 8" 150LBS
- DN200 PN16
- 10K 200A
E+H UNI-Flange 10"/DN250/250A,
max. 14.5LBS/PN1/1K,
compatible with:
- 10" 150LBS
- DN250 PN16
- 10K 250A
E+H UNI-Flange 12"/DN300/300A,
max. 14.5LBS/PN1/1K,
compatible with:
- 12" 150LBS
- DN300 PN16
- 10K 300A
EN 1092,1, B11)
JIS B2210
JIS B2210
JIS B2210
JIS B2210
JIS B2210
316L
316L
316L
316L
316L
316L
304/1.4301
13.8 kg
9.9 kg
22.5 kg
14.7 kg
21.2 kg
304/1.4301
5.2 kg
304/1.4301
7.5 kg
304/1.4301
10.8 kg
X3U
X5U
X7U
EN 1092,1, B11)
3.5 kg
1) agreeable to DIN2527 Form C
YY9
FMR 532-
8
Special version
Product designation (Part 1)
Endress+Hauser
Micropilot S FMR 532
2 Identification
40
50
60
70
80
FMR 532-
Endress+Hauser
Output and operation
A 4…20 mA HART with VU 331, 4-line alphanumeric display
Y Special version
Housing
C Aluminium T12-housing with separate connection compartment, coated, IP65
Y Special version
Gland / Entry
1 Pg13.5 cable gland
2 M20x1.5 cable gland
3 G ½ cable entry
4 ½ NPT cable entry
9 Special version
Custody transfer approvals
A NMi, PTB type and test rig approval,
weights&measures approved (< 1 mm)
F NMi initial verification, type and test rig approval,
weighth&measures approved (< 1 mm)
G PTB initial verification, type and test rig approval,
weights&measures approved (< 1 mm)
R Inventory Control Version,
not weights&measures approved (3 mm)
Y Special approval for custody transfer
Additional options
A Without additional options
S GL (German Lloyd) marine certificate
Y Special version
Complete product designation
9
2 Identification
Micropilot S FMR 532
2.2
"
Scope of delivery
Caution!
It is essential to follow the instructions concerning the unpacking, transport and storage
of measuring instruments given in the chapter »Incoming acceptance, transport,
storage« on page 11
The scope of delivery consists of:
• Assembled instrument
• ToF Tool (operating program)
• Accessories (s. Chapter 8)
Accompanying documentation:
• Short manual (basic equalisation/troubleshooting): housed in the instrument
• Operating manual (this manual)
• Operating manual: Description of the instrument functions
• Approval documentation: if this is not included in the operating manual.
2.3
Certificates and approvals
CE mark, declaration of conformity
The instrument is designed to meet state-of-the-art safety requirements, has been
tested and left the factory in a condition in which it is safe to operate. The instrument
complies with the applicable standards and regulations in accordance with EN 61010
"Protection Measures for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, Regulation
and Laboratory Procedures". The instrument described in this manual thus complies
with the statutory requirements of the EG directives. Endress+Hauser confirms the
successful testing of the instrument by affixing to it the CE mark.
2.4
Registered trademarks
KALREZ ®, VITON ®, TEFLON ®
Registered trademark of the company E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, USA
TRI-CLAMP ®
Registered trademark of the company Ladish & Co., Inc., Kenosha, USA
HART ®
Registered trademark of HART Communication Foundation, Austin, USA
ToF ®
Registered trademark of the company Endress+Hauser GmbH+Co. KG, Maulburg,
Germany
PulseMaster ®
Registered trademark of the company Endress+Hauser GmbH+Co. KG, Maulburg,
Germany
PhaseMaster ®
Registered trademark of the company Endress+Hauser GmbH+Co. KG, Maulburg,
Germany
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3 Mounting
3
Mounting
3.1
Quick installation guide
Installation only in stilling well:
Turn housing
The housing can be turned
in order to simplify access to the
display and the terminal compartment
T12 housing
90
°
2
3
1
The performance of the Micropilot S FMR 532
planar antenna is not dependent on the
alignment or geometry of standard stilling
wells.
No special alignment is required.
However, make sure that the planar
antenna is installed vertically relative
to the stilling well axis.
.
Allen key
4 mm
tighten strongly
by hand
L00-FMR532xx-17-00-00-en-002
.
!
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Note!
The Micropilot S FMR 532 with planar antenna is designed for use on stilling-wells only!
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3 Mounting
Micropilot S FMR 532
3.2
Incoming acceptance, transport, storage
3.2.1
Incoming acceptance
Check the packing and contents for any signs of damage.
Check the shipment, make sure nothing is missing and that the scope of supply
matches your order.
3.2.2
"
Transport
Caution!
Follow the safety instructions and transport conditions for instruments of more than
18 kg. Do not lift the measuring instrument by its housing in order to transport it.
3.2.3
Storage
Pack the measuring instrument so that is protected against impacts for storage and
transport. The original packing material provides the optimum protection for this.
The permissible storage temperature is -40 °C…+80 °C.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
3 Mounting
3.3
Installation Conditions
3.3.1
Dimensions
94 (3.7")
65 (2.56") 85 (3.35")
Ø 129 (5.08")
68 (2.68")
60
(2.36")
inactive length
flange adapter
(see under)
30
(1.18")
detail A:
93 (3.66")
E+H UNI flange
(max. 1 bar)
DIN, ANSI,
JIS
8 (0.31")
238 (9.37")
ENDRESS+HAUSER
Micropilot II
Ø 150 (5.91")
L
DN150 / 6”
version without widening
DN200…300 / 8…12”
version with
antenna widening
detail A
flange hub for the connection
to flanges provided by the customer
mounting:
4 bolts M6 / 90°
e.g. DIN 912
Ø 78 (3.07")
Ø 62,5 (2.46")
ØD
flange hub
Ø 99,5 (3.92")
Fig. 4
Dimensions Micropilot S FMR 532
Antenna version
!
Endress+Hauser
L00-FMR532xx-06-00-00-en-001
9
(0.35")
O-Ring 85.3 x 3.53,
included
(same material as
sensor seal)
DN150 / 6"
DN200 / 8"
DN250 / 10"
DN300 / 12"
L [mm]
93
337
490
517
Ø D [mm]
no horn
190
240
290
Note!
The inactive length of 60 mm prevents condensation effects to the antenna
performance. Special versions with longer construction are available.
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3 Mounting
Micropilot S FMR 532
3.3.2
Engineering hints
Measuring conditions
• The measuring range starts at the bottom end of the stilling well.
• In case of media with a low dielectric constant (groups A and B), the pipe end can be
visible through the medium at low levels. In order to guarantee the required accuracy
in these cases, it is recommended to position the zero-point at a distance C above the
tank bottom (see Fig.).
• In applications with planar or parabolic antennas, especially for media with low
dielectric constants (see page 15), the end of the measuring range should not be
closer than 1 m (40”) to the flange.
• For overspill protection, it is possible to define a safety distance (SD) additionally to
the blocking distance (BD).
• This safety distance (SD) is set to 0.5 m (20") by default and generating an alarm in
case the level rises inside the safety distance.
• Distance B defined the smallest recommended measurement range.
• Depending on its consistence, foam can either absorb microwaves or reflect them off
the foam surface. Measurement is possible under certain conditions.
100%
BD
A
SD
max. level
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B
C
0%
reference: flange / BD
(cf. picture)
FMR 532 (planar)
reference: antenna tip
(cf. picture)
Blocking
distance
Safety
distance
BD [m / ft]
SD [m / ft]
A [mm / inch]
B [m / ft]
C [mm / inch]
1 / 3.28
0.5 / 1.6
1000 / 40
0.5 / 1.64
150…300 /
6…12
recommended additional settings
Behaviour if measuring range is exceeded
The behaviour in case of the measuring range being exceeded can be freely set: the
default setting is a current of 22 mA and the generation of a digital warning (E681).
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3 Mounting
Measuring range
The usable measuring range depends on the size of the antenna, the reflectivity of the
medium, the mounting location, and eventual interference reflections.
The following tables describe the groups of media as well as the achievable measuring
range as a function of application and media group. If the dielectric constant of a
medium is unknown, it is recommended to assume media group B to ensure a reliable
measurement.
Product class
DK (εr)
A
1.4 … 1.9
B
1.9 … 4
non-conducting liquids, e.g. benzene, oil, toluene, …
C
4 … 10
e.g. concentrated acids, organic solvents, esters, aniline, alcohol,
acetone, …
D
> 10
conducting liquids, e.g. aqueous solutions, dilute acids and alkalis
Examples
non-conducting liquids, e.g. liquefied gas 1)
1) Treat Ammonia NH3 as a medium of group A, e.g. always use a stilling well.
Measuring range depending on product class for Micropilot S FMR 532:
Product class
Stilling well/ Bypass
Measuring range
FMR 532
> DN150
A
DK(εr)=1,4…1,9
38 m/124 ft
B
DK(εr)=1,9…4
38 m/124 ft
C
DK(εr)=4…10
38 m/124 ft
D
DK(εr)>10
38 m/124 ft
max. measuring range
with custody transfer
approvals
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20 m/65 ft
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Micropilot S FMR 532
Blocking distance
The blocking distance (= BD) is the minimum distance from the reference point of the
measurement (mounting flange) to the medium surface at maximum level.
BD
Max.
Level
Blocking distance (BD)
20 mA
100%
L00-FMR53xxx-15-00-00-en-003
reference point of
measurement
Stilling well / Bypass
FMR 532
from Flange
!
16
1 m/40"
Note!
Inside the blocking distance a reliable measurement can not be guaranteed.
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3 Mounting
3.4
Installation instructions
3.4.1
Mounting kit
In addition to the tool needed for flange mounting, you will require the following tool:
• 4 mm Allen wrench for turning the housing.
3.4.2
Installation in stilling well
Standard installation
When mounting in the stilling well, please
observe engineering hints on Page 14 and
the following points:
• After mounting, the housing can be
turned 350° in order to simplify access to
the display and the terminal
compartment.
• planar axis vertical to flange.
• Measurements can be performed
through an open ball valve without any
problems.
L00-FMR532xx-17-00-00-en-003
Optimum mounting position for FMR 532
Recommendations for the stilling well
• Metal (no enamel coating, plastic on request).
• Constant diameter.
• Weld seam as smooth as possible and on the same axis as the slots.
• Slots offset 180° (not 90°).
• Slot width respectively diameter of holes max. 1/10 of pipe diameter, de-burred.
Length and number do not have any influence on the measurement.
#
• Select antenna extension as big as possible. For intermediate sizes (e.g. 180 mm)
select next larger antenna extension and adapt it mechanically. Maximum gap
allowed between the antenna/horn of FMR 532 and the inside of the stilling well is
5 mm (3/16").
• The antennna extension of the FMR 532 is mounted with defined pressure.
It is strongly recommended not to dismantle this antenna.
• Dimensions of a nozzle for manual gauging must be adapted to the dimensions of the
horn antenna used, compare to page Page 23.
Stilling wells with pipe expansion
• When using a FMR 532, a gradual pipe expansion from DN150 to DN200 / DN200 to
DN250 / DN250 to DN300 is acceptable. In such cases, the top end of the piping must
have a minimum length of 0.5 m in front of the expansion (see table on Page 18).
Ideally, a dip socket is used for this.
• Greater expansion of the piping (e.g. DN150 to DN300) is possible if the top end of
the pipe is extended accordingly (see table on Page 18).
• Avoid pipe expansions at right angles.
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Examples for the construction of stilling wells
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3 Mounting
3.4.3
Turn housing
After mounting, the housing can be turned 350° in order to simplify access to the display
and the terminal compartment. Proceed as follows to turn the housing to the required
position:
• Undo the fixing screws (1)
• Turn the housing (2) in the required direction
• Tighten up the fixing screws (1)
T12 housing
2
Allen key
4 mm
tighten strongly
by hand
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Micropilot S FMR 532
3.4.4
Installation with E+H UNI flange
L00-FMR53xxx-06-00-00-en-001
Installation hints
E+H UNI flanges are designed for non-pressurized operation respectively max. 1 bar
absolute pressure. The number of bolts has sometimes been reduced. The bolt-holes
have been enlarged for adaption of dimensions, therefore, the flange needs to be
properly aligned to the counterflange before the bolts are tightened.
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Version
Compatible with
D [mm]
K [mm]
Type plate no.
1000
DN150 PN16
ANSI 6" 150lbs
JIS 10K 150
280
240
942455-3001
2000
DN200 PN16
ANSI 8" 150lbs
JIS 10K 200
340
294.5
942455-3002
3000
DN250 PN16
ANSI 10" 150lbs
JIS 10K 250
405
358
942455-3003
4000
DN300 PN16
ANSI 12" 150lbs
JIS 10K 300
482
410 (for DIN), 431,8 (for
ANSI), 400 (for JIS),
404,5 (for DIN + JIS)
942455-3004
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3 Mounting
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Preparation for the installation of the E+H UNi flange
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3 Mounting
Micropilot S FMR 532
16 pull off housing
17
mount E+H UNI flange
E+H UNI flange
(max. 1 bar)
detail A:
flange adapter
(see under)
detail A
flange hub for the connection
to flanges provided by the customer
Ø 78
mounting:
4 bolts M6 / 90°
e.g. DIN 912
Ø 62.5
flange hub
Ø 99.5
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L00-FMR532xx-00-00-06-en-003
9
O-Ring 85.3 x 3.53,
included
(same material as
sensor seal)
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3 Mounting
3.4.5
Mounting with Sample hatch on stilling well
Installation hints
For control and cleaning purposes as well as for hand dipping (tape), a sample hatch
gauging is recommended. The sensor head can be easily checked in the area of the
opening. Manual gauging with gauge rod or tape is possible without removal of the
transmitter. The lower edge of the opening is the reference for the gauging. The
construction is only suitable for non-pressurized operation.
Note!
The nozzle for manual gauging is not part of the standard offering from
Endress+Hauser. Please contact Endress+Hauser for further information.
L00-FMR53xxx-06-00-00-en-004
!
Flange
DN150
2)
DN200
DN250/300
Flange
2)
ANSI 6"
ANSI 8"
ANSI 10"
16
16
16
PN [lbs]
150
150
150
A [mm]
110
140
170
A [mm]
110
140
170
L [mm}
—
300
450
L [mm]
—
300
450
PN [lbs]
2) Only dimensions adapted to standard. Designed for non-pressurized operation only, therefore
thickness of flange can be reduced (e.g. 8mm).
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3.4.6
Mounting with Pivoting element
L00-FMR53xxx-17-00-00-en-013
Installation hints
The Pivoting element serves to swivel the Micropilot S from the measuring position, e.g.
to clean the antenna or dip the tank.
The pivoting element is not part of the standard offering from Endress+Hauser, special
offers available under ref. number MVTFM0422.
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3 Mounting
3.5
Post-installation check
After the measuring instrument has been installed, perform the following checks:
• Is the measuring instrument damaged (visual check)?
• Does the measuring instrument correspond to the measuring point specifications
such as process temperature/pressure, ambient temperature, measuring range, etc.?
• Is the flange marking correctly aligned? (see Page 11 ff.)
• Have the flange screws been tightened up with the respective tightening torque?
• Are the measuring point number and labeling correct (visual check)?
• Is the measuring instrument adequately protected against rain and direct sunlight
(see Page 70 ff.)?
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4
Wiring
4.1
Quick wiring guide
When grounding conductive screens, the corresponding directives EN 60079-14 and
EN 1127-1 must be observed. Recommendation for safe grounding of conductive
screens:
Before connection please note the following:
●
Caution!
●
●
Switch off power supply before connecting up the device.
PTB 00 ATEX
1
Messbereich
max.
Measuring range
PN max.
3
TAntenne max.
4
8
II1/2 G EEx ia IIC T6...T3
Connect Equipotential bonding to transmitter ground terminal
before connecting up the device.
U: 16...30 VDC
4...20 mA / 16...30 VDC
TA > 70°C: t >85°C
Dat./Insp.: X X X X X X
Tighten the locking screw:
It forms the connection between the antenna and the housing
ground potential.
0560
5
if modification
x=
see sep. label
1
Order Code:
Ser.-No.: XXXXXXXXXXX
D00676-F
●
ENDRESS+HAUSER
MICROPILOT S
The power supply must be identical to the data on the
nameplate (1).
2
°C
Anschlusswerte u.Temp.-Klasse siehe/
Connection values and temp.-classific.see
7
Made in Germany
"
0032
79689 Maulburg
Wiring
2
When you use the measuring system in hazardous areas, make sure you comply with
national standards and the specifications in the safety instructions (XA’s).
Make sure you use the specified cable gland.
-
Connect up the Micropilot S as follows:
Before unscrew housing cover (2) at seperate connection room
turn off the power supply!
●
Insert cable through gland (3).
Use screened, twisted wire pair..
Only ground screening of the line (5) on sensor side.
●
Make connection (see pin assignment).
●
Tighten cable gland (4).
●
Screw off housing cover (2).
●
Switch on power supply.
4
3
power:
24 VDC
(16…30 V)
signal:
24 VDC
5
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
plant
ground
5
A Micropilot S situated in a hazardous area is connected as a single
device to a power supply unit and transmitter situated outside of the
hazardous area. In this case, it is recommended that the screen be
connected directly to the Micropilot at the housing's earth, whereby
the Micropilot S and the power supply unit are connected to the same
potential matching line (PML).
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Micropilot S FMR 532
4 Wiring
Before connection please note the following:
●
Caution!
ENDRESS+HAUSER
MICROPILOT S
The power supply must be identical to the data on the
nameplate (1).
1
Order Code:
Ser.-No.: XXXXXXXXXXX
Switch off power supply before connecting up the device.
●
Connect Equipotential bonding to transmitter ground terminal
before connecting up the device.
●
PTB 00 ATEX
1
U: 16...30 VDC
4...20 mA / 16...30 VDC
TA > 70°C: t >85°C
Dat./Insp.: X X X X X X
0560
5
if modification
see sep. label
Messbereich
max.
Measuring range
PN max.
3
TAntenne max.
4
8
II1/2 G EEx ia IIC T6...T3
D00676-F
●
x=
2
°C
Anschlusswerte u.Temp.-Klasse siehe/
Connection values and temp.-classific.see
7
Made in Germany
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0032
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Wiring with Tank Side Monitor NRF 590
2
Tighten the locking screw:
It forms the connection between the antenna and the housing
ground potential.
When you use the measuring system in hazardous areas, make sure you comply with
national standards and the specifications in the safety instructions (XA’s).
Make sure you use the specified cable gland.
Tank Side Monitor
NRF590
Connect up the Micropilot S as follows:
Before unscrew housing cover (2) at seperate connection room
turn off the power supply!
●
Insert cable through gland (3).
Use screened, twisted wire pair.
●
Make connection (see pin assignment).
●
Tighten cable gland (4).
●
Screw off housing cover (2).
●
Switch on power supply.
4
3
intrinsicaly safe
board
terminal
NRF 590 i.s. terminal board
16
17
18
19
D+
S+
SD-
20
21
22
23
OPT1
OPT2
OPT3
OPT4
24
25
26
27
+
H
+
H
-
28
29
30
31
+
-H
+
P
-
RTD
grounding not on
Micropilot S
grounding single sided
on Tank Side Monitor
NRF590
i.s. module wiring
Internally
HART interconnected
sensor as one HART
fieldbus loop
+
4
- 3
+
2
- 1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5
1
2
3
4
plant
ground
5
Micropilot S
Endress+Hauser
The Micropilot S is - possibly in combination with other devices - connected
to a tank side monitor in a hazardous area. In this case, it is recommended
that you ground the cable screen centrally at the Tank Side Monitor and
connect all devices to the same potential matching line (PML). If, for functional
reasons, a capacitive coupling is required between local earth and screen
(multiple grounding), ceramic condensers with a dielectric strength of min. 1500 Vef f
must be used, whereby the total capacitance of 10 nF must not be exceeded.
Notes on grounding interconnected intrinsically safe devices are provided by
the FISCO model.
L00-FMR53xxx-04-00-00-de-006
For Micropilot
only for
S-series only!
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4.2
Connecting the measuring unit
L00-FMR53xxx-04-00-00-en-001
Terminal compartment
The housing comes with a separate terminal compartment.
Load HART
Minimum load for Hart communication: 250 Ω
Cable entry
Cable gland: M20x1.5 or Pg13.5
Cable entry: G ½ or ½ NPT
Supply voltage
Direct current voltage: 16…36 VDC
.
Communication
Power supply
Terminal voltage
minimal
maximal
Standard
U (20 mA) =
16 V
36 V
Ex
U (20 mA) =
16 V
30 V
U (4 mA) =
11,5 V
30 V
U (20 mA) =
11,5 V
30 V
Signal
Ex
Power consumption
Max. 330 mW at 16 V, max. 500 mW at 24 V, max. 600 mW at 30 V.
Current consumption
Max. 21 mA (50 mA inrush current).
Power supply
For stand alone operation recommended via e.g. E+H RN 221 N.
mm accuracy
For measurements with mm accuracy the measured variable must be transmitted using
HART protocol to ensure the necessary resolution.
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4 Wiring
4.2.1
Connection to Tank Side Monitor NRF590
See Page 27.
4.2.2
HART connection with two E+H RN 221 N
- ToF Tool
FXA 193
power supply
4...20 mA
signal
dsdmdm
df das.
asdas fa
asas la.
DELTABAR: * * * * * * * *
ONLINE
1 QUICK SETUP
2 OPERATING MENU
3 PV
4 SV
1
2
3
5
4
352 mbar
0 °C
SAVE
9
- COMMUWIN II
- ToF Tool
6
Page
Up
Bksp
Delete
Page
On
#%&
ABC
1
DEF
3
2
Copy
Paste
GHI
JKL
4
5
Hot Key
MNO
6
Insert
PQRS
+ Hot Key
TUV
W XY Z
8
7
L00-FMR53xxx-04-00-00-en-004
HELP
9
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+*/
.
0
-
HART
375
FIELD COMMUNICATOR
HART handheld
DXR 375
4.2.3
Commubox
FXA 191
HART connection with other supplies
- ToF Tool
DC voltage
FXA 193
or
PLC
power supply
4...20 mA
signal
≥ 250 Ω
dsdmdm
df das.
asdas fa
asas la.
DELTABAR: * * * * * * * *
ONLINE
1
2
3
4
5
352 mbar
0 °C
SAVE
9
Page
Up
Bksp
6
Delete
Page
On
#%&
ABC
1
2
Copy
Paste
GHI
3
JKL
MNO
6
5
4
Insert
PQRS
+ Hot Key
TUV
W XY Z
8
7
- COMMUWIN II
- ToF Tool
DEF
Hot Key
9
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+*/
.
0
-
HART
375
FIELD COMMUNICATOR
HART handheld
DXR 375
"
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Commubox
FXA 191
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1 QUICK SETUP
2 OPERATING MENU
3 PV
4 SV
HELP
Caution!
If the HART communication resistor is not built into the supply unit, it is necessary to
insert a communication resistor of 250 Ω into the 2-wire line.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
4.3
Equipotential bonding
Connect the Equipotential bonding to the external ground terminal of the transmitter.
"
Caution!
In Ex applications, the instrument must only be grounded on the sensor side. Further
safety instructions are given in the separate documentation for applications in explosion
hazardous areas.
4.4
Degree of protection
• housing: IP 65, NEMA 4X (open housing: IP20, NEMA 1)
• antenna: IP 68 (NEMA 6P)
4.5
Overvoltage protector
• The level transmitter FMR 53x is equipped with an internal overvoltage protector (600
Vrms electrode). Connect the metallic housing of the Micropilot FMR 53x to the tank
wall directly with an electrically conductive lead to ensure reliable potential matching.
• Installation with additional overvoltage protector HAW 262 Z (see XA 081F-A
"Safety instructions for electrical apparatus certified for use in explosion-hazardous
areas").
– Connect the external overvoltage protector and the Micropilot FMR 53x transmitter
to the local potential matching system.
– Potentials shall be equalised both inside and outside the explosion hazardous area.
– The cable connecting the overvoltage protector and the Micropilot FMR 53x
transmitter shall not exceed 1 m in length;
– The cable shall be protected e.g. routed in an armoured hose.
4.6
Post-connection check
After wiring the measuring instrument, perform the following checks:
• Is the terminal allocation correct (see Page 26 ff.)?
• Is the cable gland tight?
• Is the housing cover screwed tight?
• If auxiliary power is available:
Is the instrument ready for operation and does the liquid crystal display show any
value?
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5
Operation
5.1
Quick operation guide
ENDRESS + HAUSER
–
+
X
E
F
2x
X
O
basic setup
safety settings
F
...
S
X
tank shape
O
linearisation
extended calibr.
X
S
dome ceiling
F
horizontal cyl
>3 s
medium property
O
DC: 1.9 ... 4
DC: 4 ... 10
S
Group Selection
DC: < 1.9
stilling well
sphere
Return to
unknown
bypass
flat ceiling
...
DC: > 10
...
Selection and configuration in Operation menu:
1.) Change from Measured Value Display to Group Selection by pressing F
2.) Press S or O to select the required Function Group (e.g.. "basic setup (00)") and confirm by pressing
F ➜ First function (e.g. "tank shape (002)") is selected.
Note!
The active selection is marked by a
in front of the menu text.
3.) Activate Edit mode with O or S.
Selection menus:
a) Select the required Parameter in selected function (e.g. "tank shape (002)") with S or O.
b) F confirms selection ➜
appears in front of the selected parameter
c) F confirms the edited value ➜ system quits Edit mode
d) O + S (= X) interrupts selection ➜ system quits Edit mode
4) Press F to select the next function (e.g. "medium property (003)")
5) Press O + S (= X) once ➜ return to previous function (e.g. "tank shape (002)")
Press O + S (= X) twice ➜ return to Group selection
6) Press O + S (= X) to return to Measured value display
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Typing in numerals and text:
a) Press O or S to edit the first character of the numeral / text (e.g. "empty calibr. (005)")
b) F positions the cursor at the next character ➜ continue with (a) until you have completed your input
c) if a
symbol appears at the cursor, press F to accept the value entered
➜ system quits Edit mode
d) O + S (= X) interrupts the input, system quits Edit mode
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Micropilot S FMR 532
5.1.1
General structure of the operating menu
The operating menu is made up of two levels:
• Function groups (00, 01, 03, …, 0C, 0D):
The individual operating options of the instrument are split up roughly into different
function groups. The function groups that are available include, e.g.: "basic setup",
"safety settings", "output", "display", etc.
• Functions (001, 002, 003, …, 0D8, 0D9):
Each function group consists of one or more functions. The functions perform the
actual operation or parameterisation of the instrument. Numerical values can be
entered here and parameters can be selected and saved. The available functions of
the “basic setup (00)” function group include, e.g.: "tank shape (002)",
"medium property (003)", "process cond. (004)", "empty calibr. (005)", etc.
If, for example, the application of the instrument is to be changed, carry out the following
procedure:
1. Select the “basic setup (00)” function group.
2. Select the "tank shape (002)" function (where the existing tank shape is selected).
5.1.2
Identifying the functions
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For simple orientation within the function menus (see Page 84 ff.), for each function a
position is shown on the display.
The first two digits identify the function group:
• basic setup
00
• safety settings
01
• linearisation
04
…
The third digit numbers the individual functions within the function group:
• basic setup
00
→
• tank shape
002
• medium property 003
• process cond.
004
…
Here after the position is always given in brackets (e.g. "tank shape" (002)) after the
described function.
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Display and operating elements
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5.2
Fig. 5
5.2.1
Layout of the display and operating elements
Display
Liquid crystal display (LCD):
Four lines with 20 characters each. Display contrast adjustable through key
combination.
Headline
Position indicator
ENDRESS + HAUSER
Symbol
–
+
Main value Bargraph
Unit
E
Help text
+21dB
Envelope
curve
Fig. 6
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2.305m
09C
10.00
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Selection list
Display
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5.2.2
Display symbols
The following table describes the symbols that appear on the liquid crystal display:
Symbols
Meaning
ALARM_SYMBOL
This alarm symbol appears when the instrument is in an alarm state. If the symbol flashes, this
indicates a warning.
LOCK_SYMBOL
This lock symbol appears when the instrument is locked,i.e. if no input is possible.
COM_SYMBOL
This communication symbol appears when a data transmission via e.g. HART, PFOFIBUS-PA
or Foundation Fieldbus is in progress.
Calibration to regulatory standards disturbed
If the instrument is not locked or it cannot guarantee the calibration to regulatory standards,
the situation will be indicated on the display via the symbol.
Tab. 1
Meaning of the symbols
Light emitting diods (LEDs):
There is a green and a red LED besides the Liquid Crystal Display.
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LED
Meaning
red LED continuously on
Alarm
red LED flashes
Warning
red LED off
No alarm
green LED continuously on
Operation
Green LED flashes
Communication with external device
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5.2.3
Key assignment
The operating elements are located inside the housing and are accessible for operation
by opening the lid of the housing.
Function of the keys
Key(s)
Meaning
O or V
Navigate upwards in the selection list
Edit numeric value within a function
S or W
Navigate downwards in the selection list
Edit numeric value within a function
X or Z
F or M
O and F
or
S and F
O and S and F
Tab. 2
Navigate to the left within a function group
Navigate to the right within a function group, confirmation.
Contrast settings of the LCD
Hardware lock / unlock
After a hardware lock, an operation of the instrument via display or
communication is not possible!
The hardware can only be unlocked via the display. An unlock parameter must
be entered to do so.
Function of the keys
Custody locking switch
Access to the electronics can be prevented by means of a custody locking switch that
locks the device settings cf fig. 4 on Page 33.
The custody locking switch can be sealed for custody transfer applications.
Software reliability
The software used in the radar instruments FMR 53x fulfills the requirements of
OIML R85. This particularly includes:
• cyclical test of data consistency
• non-volatile memory
• segmented data storage
The radar instruments Micropilot S continuously monitor the compliance with accuracy
requirements for custody transfer measurements according to OIML R85. If the
accuracy cannot be maintained, a specific alarm is generated on the local display and
via the digital communication
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5.3
Local operation
5.3.1
Locking of the configuration mode
The Micropilot can be protected in two ways against unauthorised changing of
instrument data, numerical values or factory settings:
"unlock parameter" (0A4):
A value <> 100 (e.g. 99) must be entered in "unlock parameter" (0A4) in the
"diagnostics" (0A) function group. The lock is shown on the display by the symbol
and can be released again either via the display or by communication.
Hardware lock:
The instrument is locked by pressing the O and S and F keys at the same time.
The lock is shown on the display by the symbol and can only be unlocked again
via the display by pressing the O and S and F keys at the same time again. It is not
possible to unlock the hardware by communication.
All parameters can de displayed even if the instrument is locked.
⇒
⇓
O and S and F press simultaneous
⇓
The LOCK_SYMBOL appears on the LCD.
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5.3.2
Unlocking of configuration mode
If an attempt is made to change parameters when the instrument is locked, the user is
automatically requested to unlock the instrument:
"unlock parameter" (0A4):
By entering the unlock parameter (on the display or via communication)
100 = for HART devices
the Micropilot is released for operation.
Hardware lock:
After pressing the O and S and F keys at the same time, the user is asked to enter the
unlock parameter
100 = for HART devices.
⇒
O and S and F press simultaneous
⇓
Please enter unlock code and confirm with F.
⇓
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Caution!
Changing certain parameters such as all sensor characteristics, for example, influences
numerous functions of the entire measuring system, particularly measuring accuracy.
There is no need to change these parameters under normal circumstances and
consequently, they are protected by a special code known only to the E+H service
organization. Please contact Endress+Hauser if you have any questions.
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5.3.3
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Factory settings (Reset)
Caution!
A reset sets the instrument back to the factory settings. This can lead to an impairment
of the measurement. Generally, you should perform a basic setup again following a
reset.
A reset is only necessary:
• if the instrument no longer functions
• if the instrument must be moved from one measuring point to another
• if the instrument is being de-installed /put into storage/installed
⇒
User input ("reset" (0A3)):
• 333 = customer parameters
• 555 = History
333 = reset customer parameters
This reset is recommended whenever an instrument with an unknown 'history' is to be
used in an application:
• The Micropilot is reset to the default values.
• The customer specific tank map is not deleted.
• A linearisation is switched to "linear" although the table values are retained. The table
can be reactivated in the "linearisation" (04) function group.
List of functions that are affected by a reset:
• tank shape (002)
• empty calibr. (005)
• full calibr. (006)
• pipe diameter (007)
• output on alarm (010)
• output on alarm (011)
• outp. echo loss (012)
• ramp %span/min (013)
• delay time (014)
• safety distance (015)
• in safety dist. (016)
• Tank Gauging (030)
• Autokorrektur (031)
• level/ullage (040)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
linearisation (041)
customer unit (042)
diameter vessel (047)
range of mapping (052)
pres. Map dist (054)
offset (057)
low output limit (062)
fixed current (063)
fixed cur. value (064)
simulation (065)
simulation value (066)
format display (094)
distance unit (0C5)
download mode (0C8)
555 = History Reset
After mounting and aligning the equipment, carry out a history reset before switching on
the function "Auto-correction" (031) (see page 54).
The tank map can also be reset in the "cust. tank map" (055) function of the
"extended calibr." (05) function group.
This reset is recommended whenever an instrument with an unknown 'history' is to be
used in an application or if a faulty mapping was started:
• The tank map is deleted. The mapping must be recommenced.
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5.4
Display and acknowledging error messages
Type of error
Errors that occur during commissioning or measuring are displayed immediately on the
local display. If two or more system or process errors occur, the error with the highest
priority is the one shown on the display.
The measuring system distinguishes between two types of error:
• A (Alarm):
Instrument goes into a defined state (e.g. MAX 22 mA)
Indicated by a constant symbol.
(For a description of the codes, see Table 9.2 on Page 72)
• W (Warning):
Instrument continue measuring, error message is displayed.
Indicated by a flashing symbol.
(For a description of the codes, see Table 9.2 on Page 72)
• E (Alarm / Warning):
Configurable (e.g. loss of echo, level within the safety distance)
Indicated by a constant/flashing symbol.
(For a description of the codes, see Table 9.2 on Page 72)
⇒
Error messages
Error messages appear as four lines of plain text on the display. In addition, a unique
error code is also output. A description of the error codes is given on Page 72.
• The "diagnostics (0A)" function group can display current errors as well as the last
errors that occurred.
• If several current errors occur, use O or S to page through the error messages.
• The last occurring error can be deleted in the "diagnostics (0A)" function group
with the funktion"clear last error" (0A2).
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5.5
HART communication
Apart from local operation, you can also parameterise the measuring instrument and
view measured values by means of a HART protocol. There are two options available for
operation:
• Operation via the universal handheld operating unit, the
HART Communicator DXR 375.
• Operation via the Personal Computer (PC) using the operating program
(e.g. ToF Tool or Commuwin II) (For connections, see Page 29 ff.).
• Operation via the Tank Side Monitor NRF590.
5.5.1
Handheld unit DXR 375
All device functions can be adjusted via menu operation with the handheld unit
DXR 375.
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Note!
• Further information on the HART handheld unit is given in the respective operating
manual included in the transport bag of the instrument.
5.5.2
ToF Tool operating program
The ToF Tool is a graphical operating software for instruments from Endress+Hauser that
operate based on the time-of-flight principle. It is used to support commissioning,
securing of data, signal analysis and documentation of the instruments. It is compatible
with the following operating systems: Win95, Win98, WinNT4.0, Win2000 and
Windows XP.
The ToF Tool supports the following functions:
• Online configuration of transmitters
• Signal analysis via envelope curve
• Loading and saving of instrument data (Upload/Download)
• Documentation of measuring point
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Note!
Further information you may find on the CD-ROM, which is enclosed to the instrument.
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Menu-guided commissioning
Signal analysis via envelope curve
Connection options:
• Service-interface with adapter FXA 193 (see Page 29)
• HART with Commubox FXA 191 (see Page 29)
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5.5.3
Commuwin II-Operating Programm
Commuwin II is an operating software with graphical support for intelligent transmitters
with the communication protocols Rackbus, Rackbus RS 485, INTENSOR, HART or
PROFIBUS-PA. It is compatible with the operating systems Win 3.1/3.11, Win95, Win98
and WinNT4.0. All functions of Commuwin II are supported. The configuration is made
via operating matrix or graphic surface. A envelope curve can be displayed in ToF Tool.
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Note!
Further information on Commuwin II is given in the following E+H documentation:
• System Information: SI 018F/00/en “Commuwin II”
• Operating Manual: BA 124F/00/en “Commuwin II” operating program
Connection
The table provides an overview of the Commuwin connections.
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Interface
Hardware
Server
Device list
HART
Commubox FXA 191 to HART
Computer with RS-232C interface
HART
Connected instrument
Interface FXN 672
Gateway for MODBUS, PROFIBUS,
FIP, INTERBUS, etc.
Computer with
RS-232C interface or
PROFIBUS card
ZA 673 for
PROFIBUS
ZA 672 for
other
List of all rack bus modules:
the required FXN 672 must
be selected
Note!
The Micropilot S can also be operated locally using the keys. If operation is prevented
by the keys being locked locally, parameter entry via communication is not possible
either.
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Commissioning
6.1
Function check
Make sure that all final checks have been completed before you start up your measuring
point:
• Checklist “Post installation check” (see Page 25 ff.).
• Checklist “Post connection check” (see Page 30 ff.).
6.2
Commissioning
6.2.1
Switching on the measuring device
When the instrument is switched on for the first time, the following messages appear on
the display:
⇒
⇓
After 5 s, the following message appears
⇓
After 5 s or after you have pressed F the following
message appears
Select the language
(this message appears the first time the instrument
is switched on)
⇓
Select the basic unit
(this message appears the first time the instrument
is switched on)
⇓
⇒
⇓
The current measured value is displayed
After F is pressed, you reach the group selection.
This selection enables you to perform the basic
setup
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6.3
Basic Setup
Commissioning
flange:
reference point of
measurement
BD
measuring cond.
basic setup (standard)
SD
D
measuring cond.
E
F
empty calibr.
L
full calibr.
pipe diameter
(for bypass/stilling well)
E = empty calibr. (= zero)
settings in 005
D = distance (distance flange / product)
display in 0A5
SD = safety settings
settings in 015
mounting
calibr.
mapping
F
= full calibr. (= span)
settings in 006
L = level
display in 0A6
BD = blocking dist.
settings in 059
Automatic
pipe diamter correction
(option)
first point corrects offset
further points correct linearity
extended calibr.
...
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(description see BA 217F)
option
linearisation
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safety settings
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To successfully commission a precise measurement to the nearest mm, it is important
you carry out a history reset on first installation after mechanical installation and after
the basic setup of the device (see Page 53). Only after a history reset the mounting
calibration is carried out. Enter the measurement offset as the first point in the dip table
for the mounting calibration. When a value is dipped at a later date, make a second
entry into the dip table, again using the semi-automatic mode. This way, you can easily
carry out a linearisation of the measurement.
When configuring the function in "basic setup" (00) please take into account the
following notes:
• Select the functions as described on Page 31.
• Some functions can only be used depending on the parameterisation of the
instrument. For example, the pipe diameter of a stilling well can only be entered if
"stilling well" was selected beforehand in the "tank shape" (002) function.
• Certain functions (e.g. starting an interference echo mapping (053)) prompt you to
confirm your data entries. Press O or S to select "YES" and press F to confirm. The
function is now started.
• If you do not press a key during a configurable time period (→ function group
"display (09)"), an automatic return is made to the home position (measured value
display).
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Note!
• The instrument continues to measure while data entry is in progress, i.e. the current
measured values are output via the signal outputs in the normal way.
• If the envelope curve mode is active on the display, the measured values are updated
in a slower cycle time. Thus, it is advisable to leave the envelope curve mode after the
measuring point has been optimised.
• If the power supply fails, all preset and parameterised values remain safely stored in
the EEPROM.
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Caution!
All functions are described in detail, as is the overview of the operating menu itself, in
the manual “Description of the instrument functions – BA 217F”, which is a separate
part of this operating manual.
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6.4
Basic Setup with the VU 331
Function "measured value" (000)
⇒
This function displays the current measured value in the selected unit
(see "customer unit" (042) function). The number of digits after decimal point can be
selected in the "no.of decimals" (095) function. The length of the bargraph corresponds
to the percental value of the present measured value with regard to the span.
6.4.1
Function group "basic setup" (00)
⇒
Function "tank shape" (002)
⇒
This function is used to select the tank shape.
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Note!
For the application of the FMR 532 the selection "stilling well" has to be choosen in the
funktion "tank shape" (002).
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Selection:
• dome ceiling
• horizontal cyl
• bypass
• stilling well
• flat ceiling (Typical ceiling of storage tanks: a slight slope of only a few degrees can
be neglected.)
• sphere
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Function "medium property" (003)
⇒
This function is used to select the dielectric constant.
Selection:
• unknown
• < 1.9
• 1.9 ... 4
• 4 ... 10
• > 10
Product class
DK (εr)
A
1,4 … 1,9
B
1,9 … 4
non-conducting liquids, e.g. benzene, oil, toluene, …
C
4 … 10
e.g. concentrated acids, organic solvents, esters, aniline, alcohol,
acetone, …
D
> 10
conducting liquids, e.g. aqueous solutions, dilute acids and alkalis
Examples
non-conducting liquids, e.g. liquefied gas 3)
3) Treat Ammonia NH3 as a medium of group A, i.e. always use a stilling well.
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Function "process cond." (004)
⇒
This function is used to select the process conditions.
Selection:
• standard
• calm surface
• turb. surface
• agitator
• fast change
• test:no filter
standard
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calm surface
For all applications that do not fit
into any of the following groups.
Storage tanks with immersion
tube or bottom filling
The filter and output damping are
set to average values.
The averaging filters and output
damping are set to high values.
-> steady meas. value
-> precise measurement
-> slower reaction time
Note!
The phase evaluation of the Micropilot S (see »Function "auto-correction" (031)« on
page 54) is only activated if you select the measuring conditions "standard" or
"calm surface". We strongly recommend that, in the case of rough product surfaces or
rapid filling, you activate the appropriate application parameters.
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Function "empty calibr." (005)
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This function is used to enter the distance from the flange (reference point of the
measurement) to the minimum level (=zero).
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Caution!
For dish bottoms or conical outlets, the zero point should be no lower than the point at
which the radar beam hits the bottom of the tank.
Function "full calibr." (006)
⇒
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This function is used to enter the distance from the minimum level to the maximum level
(=span).
In principle, it is possible to measure up to the tip of the antenna. However, due to
considerations regarding corrosion and build-up, the end of the measuring range
should not be chosen any closer than 50 mm (2”) to the tip of the antenna.
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Note!
If bypass or stilling well was selected in the "tank shape" (002) function, the pipe
diameter is requested in the following step.
Function "pipe diameter" (007)
⇒
This function is used to enter the pipe diameter of the stilling well or bypass pipe.
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Microwaves propagate slower in pipes than in free space. This effect depends on the
inside diameter of the pipe and is automatically taken into account by the Micropilot. It
is only necessary to enter the pipe diameter for applications in a bypass or stilling well.
If mounting the FMR 532 on stilling wells with a widening of the pipe, the inner diameter
of the lower part of the pipe (d2 in the Fig.) must be entered. This is the part of the stilling
well, where the measurement is actually performed.
Function "dist./ meas. value (008)"
⇒
The distance measured from the reference point to the product surface and the level
calculated with the aid of the empty adjustment are displayed. Check whether the
values correspond to the actual level or the actual distance. The following cases can
occur:
• Distance correct – level correct -> continue with the next function, "check
distance" (051)
• Distance correct – level incorrect -> Check "empty calibr." (005)
• Distance incorrect – level incorrect -> continue with the next function, "check
distance" (051)
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Function "check distance" (051)
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This function triggers the mapping of interference echoes. To do so, the measured
distance must be compared with the actual distance to the product surface. The
following options are available for selection:
Selection:
• distance = ok
• dist. too small
• dist. too big
• dist. unknown
• manual
distance = ok
• mapping is carried out up to the currently measured echo
• The range to be suppressed is suggested in the "range of mapping (052)" function
Anyway, it is wise to carry out a mapping even in this case.
dist. too small
• At the moment, an interference is being evaluated
• Therefore, a mapping is carried out including the presently measured echoes
• The range to be suppressed is suggested in the "range of mapping (052)" function
dist. too big
• This error cannot be remedied by interference echo mapping
• Check the application parameters (002), (003), (004) and "empty calibr." (005)
dist. unknown
If the actual distance is not known, no mapping can be carried out.
manual
A mapping is also possible by manual entry of the range to be suppressed. This entry
is made in the "range of mapping (052)" function.
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The range of mapping must end 0.5 m (20") before the echo of the actual level. For an
empty tank, do not enter E, but E – 0.5 m (20").
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Function "range of mapping" (052)
⇒
This function displays the suggested range of mapping. The reference point is always
the reference point of the measurement (see Page 44 ff.). This value can be edited by
the operator.
For manual mapping, the default value is: 0 m.
Function "start mapping" (053)
⇒
This function is used to start the interference echo mapping up to the distance given in
"range of mapping" (052).
Selection:
• off:
no mapping is carried out
• on:
mapping is started
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Display "dist./meas.value (008)"
⇒
The distance measured from the reference point to the product surface and the level
calculated with the aid of the empty alignment are displayed again. Check whether the
values correspond to the actual level or the actual distance. The following cases can
occur:
• Distance correct – level correct -> basic setup completed
• Distance incorrect – level incorrect -> a further interference echo mapping must be
carried out "check distance" (051).
• Distance correct – level incorrect -> check "empty calibr." (005)
Function "history reset" (009)
⇒
By this function a history reset of the device is performed, i.e. the correspondance table
between level an index values is deleted. A new correspondance table will be filled and
stored after the history reset, cf. Page 54.
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Caution!
Perform only after first installation (see »Function "auto-correction" (031)« on page 54).
In this case also effect a reset of the dip table in function "dip table mode" (033).
⇒
⇓
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After 3 s, the following message appears
Note!
After basic calibration, it is wise to evaluate the measurement using the envelope curve
(function group "display" (09)).
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6.5
Mounting calibration with VU 331
6.5.1
Function group "mounting calibr." (03)
⇒
Function "tank gauging" (030)
⇒
Using this function, you can either enter a dip table or carry out an auto-correction.
Function "auto-correction" (031)
⇒
When measuring levels with radar systems, so-called "multipath reflections" can affect
the level signal giving rise to serious measuring errors. "Multipath reflections" also
include radar beams which are received by the radar system, which have not been
reflected directly by the medium surface. They may reach the antenna via the basin wall
and the medium surface. This phenomenon is particularly noticeable with devices
mounted near to walls, as soon as the conical radar beam strikes the basin wall.
The Micropilot S can automatically discover and correct measuring errors due to this
"multiple path" propagation. This is because it uses two independent sets of information
when evaluating reflection signals:
• Firstly, it evaluates the amplitude of the reflected energy using the so-called envelope
curve system.
• Secondly, it evaluates the phase of the reflected energy.
The decisive factor for a constant output signal is to assign the phase values to the
associated level values. This assignment is ensured using a correspondence table
(index correction table). The Micropilot S learns this for the specific application after
installation (learning period).
Therefore, after mounting the device, and after completing the basic calibration, a
history reset must be performed (enter "yes" in the "history reset" (009) function in the
"basic setup " (00) function group).
Do not switch off the radar system during filling and emptying operations during the
teach-in phase. Switching off when there are only negligible level changes produces no
error.
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Caution!
During the learning period, fast filling/emptying or turbulent surfaces can result in
switching off and on the phase evaluation. Subsequently observed measurement errors
will disappear as soon as tank levels come back to areas measured by Micropilot S
previously with activated phase evaluation. If the observed measurement errors are
correted by dip table entries, the Micropilot S will take care of these corrections and
automatically adjust the index correction table. Do NOT correct any settings in the basic
calibration or the extended calibration.
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Note!
Immediately after installation, the Micropilot S measures with the specified mmaccuracy. Until the level range has been completely covered by the medium (setting up
the correction table), the maximum permissible filling speed is 100 mm level
change / min. After this, the fill speed has no limitation.
Function"pipe diam. corr." (032)
⇒
For level measurement in stilling wells, radar systems require highly precise pipe inner
diameter data. An mm-exact level measurement cannot be guaranteed for deviations
from the actual stilling well inner diameter of more than ± 0.1mm to the value entered in
the function group "basic setup" (00). The errors which occur as a result are linear and
can be corrected with a dip table containing at least two entries.
The Micropilot S FMR 53x also has an automatic pipe inner diameter correction. This
adjusts the entered stilling well inner diameter (input in the function group
"basic setup" (00)) to the actual values. However, this presupposes that the value
entered in the function group "basic setup" (00) matches the actual pipe inner diameter
accurately as possible. The user-defined value entered in the function group
"basic setup" (00) can be corrected with this value. In order to do this, switch on the
"pipe diam. corr." (032) function, after a level change of at least 5 m has occured
since start-up. The pipe diameter, which the instrument determines automatically, will
then be transmitted to the "pipe diameter" (007) function.
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Only if the "pipe diameter" (007) function has changed its value, it is necessary to
perform a "history reset" (009) and to delete the dip table after activation of the "pipe
diam. corr." (032) function. Otherwise the level change of 5 m has not yet been
exceeded. The "pipe diam. corr." (032) function must be deactivated again and the
procedure should be repeated at a later point of time.
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Display "custody mode" (0A9)
⇒
This indicates the instrument calibration mode. The calibration mode (active) can be set
using the hardware security lock on the electronics (see Page 33).
Selection:
• inactive
• active pos.
• active neg.
active pos.
The custody mode (instrument is lead-sealed and accurate to the nearest mm) is active
and is held.
active neg.
Custody mode (instrument is lead-sealed and accurate to the nearest mm) is activated
and not held, e.g. because the signal-to-noise ratio is less than 10 dB (refer to
function "echo quality" (056) in the function group "extended calibr." (05)).
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Caution!
After entering all the values and completing mounting and aligning work, enter the Reset
Code "555" in the function "history reset" (009) of the "basic setup" (00) function group
to reset the instrument history for auto-correction.
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Dip table
The dip table is used to correct the level readings of the Micropilot S using
independently taken hand dips. The dip table is used in particular to adapt the level
gauge to the specific application conditions as mechanical offset and tank/stilling well
design.
Depending on national regulations, national inspectors will dip the tank at one to three
levels during a calibration run and check the level readings.
Only one value pair must be entered into the dip table to correct the measurement
offset.
If a second value pair is entered into the dip table, the Micropilot S accepts the
corrected measured values identically for both value pairs. All other measured values
are determined by linear extrapolation.
If you enter more than two value pairs, the system carries out a linear interpolation
between adjacent value pairs. Outside these value pairs, extrapolation is also linear.
basic setup
history reset
dip table
alternatives
Fig. 8
hand dip and
immediate
offset correction in
semi-automatic mode
collect hand dip and
measurement data over
full measurement range
collect further hand dip data;
if deviation from measurements
> 4 mm and level change > 2 m:
enter a new dip value
into dip table using the
semi-automatic mode
evaluate collected data;
enter characteristic value
pairs into the dip table
using the manual mode
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preferred choice:
Alternative procedures to fill the dip table.
To collect and enter data into the dip table, two alternative procedures may be carried
out. In order not to mix up measurement values corrected by the offset or linearisation
of the dip table with uncorrected measurement values, it is recommended to use the
semi-automatic mode of the dip table to enter new data pairs. In this case, the first dip
value should be entered immediately after the basic calibration. Further linearization
points should be entered only after a level change of at least 2 m (cf. Fig. 8, preferred
choice) and a deviation between the "uncorrected measurement value" and the hand
dip value of at least 4mm.
If this procedure can not be followed, then NO value pair should be entered into the dip
table after basic calibration. Measurement data and hand dip values should be
collected over the full measurement range and be evaluated with regard to a good linear
fit. Only then characteristic value pairs should be entered into the dip table using the
"manual mode" (cf. Fig. 8, right side). If further linearisation is needed, further hand dip
values should be entered using only the "semi-automatic mode".
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Note!
The offset should NOT be determined and entered within the close range of the antenna
(conf. definition of the safety distance) or immediately in the range of the tank bottom,
because within these ranges interferences of the radar signal may occur.
!
Note!
The dip table can be printed out using the ToF-Tool. Before doing this, the ToF Tool must
be reconnected to the instrument in order to update the values within the ToF Tool.
!
Note!
Make your inputs into the dip table in semi-automatic mode. We advise you to leave
"auto correction" (031) activated ("on") while you enter your inputs.
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Caution!
After entering one or more points into the dip table, make sure that the dip table is
activated and left in the "table on" dip table mode.
Function "dip table state" (037)
⇒
This function displays the dip table status.
Display:
• table on
• table off
table on
Indicates whether the dip table is active.
table off
Indicates whether the dip table is not active.
Function "dip table mode" (033)
⇒
The dip table can be switched on or off using this function.
Selection:
• manual
• semi-automatic
• table on
• table off
• clear table
• view
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manual
The value pairs in the dip table can be read and written. You can enter the measured
value and the dip value.
– uncorrected measured value:
This is the measured value supplied by the instrument, NOT corrected by the dip
table. The choice of measured value, level or remaining fill height is dependent on
the instrument setting.
– Dip value:
This is the level or distance to flange respectively, given by the hand dip. This value
should be used to correct the measured value.
The "manual mode" of the dip table can be used to enter collected data after a series
of data pairs taken at different tank levels.
!
Note!
The bigger the distance between the different levels while taking hand dips, the more
accurate the linearisation of the dip table will be.
semi-automatic
The value pairs in the dip table can be read. You can enter the dip value only. When
there are new value pairs, the current level or distance is accepted as the measured
value.
table on
The dip table is switched on.
table off
The dip table is switched off.
clear table
The complete dip table is deleted. The table is switched off. The number of free table
entries is set to the maximum value (= 32).
View
The value pairs in the dip table can only be read. You can still select this menu option,
even if there is no dip table available. In this case, the number of free table entries is at
maximum value (= 32).
Function "dip table" (034)
⇒
This function edits measured variable. The number behind the entry "remain" indicates
the current number of remaining free value pairs. The maximum number of value pairs
is 32; after each entry, the remaining number is decremented.
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Note!
The uncorrected measured value is displayed in the "dip table" (034) function. This may
differ considerably from the measured values when a dip table is activated.
Function "dip table" (035)
⇒
This function edits the dip value.
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Function "dip table handl." (036)
⇒
Use this function to enter the dip value (level or distance) which will correct the
measurement values.
Selection:
• new point
• edit point
• store point
• delete point
• return
• next point
• previous point
General procedure:
To enter a new point into the dip table, use
"new point" to enter the value (pairs),
"store point" to sort the new value (pairs),
"return" to go to the dip table mode and
"table on" to activate the dip table.
new point
You can enter a new point. A suggested value is displayed for the measured variable,
the dip value of the current level or the distance. With semi-automatic inputs, the current
level or the current remaining fill height is displayed as proposed dip value. The new
value pair can be altered without selecting the
"edit point" parameter.
If the table is full, you can still select this parameter. In this case, the number of free table
entries stands at minimum value (= 0).
edit point
The displayed value pair can be changed. Only the dip value can be changed with
semi-automatic input mode.
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Caution!
To accept the value pair in the table, confirm it with "store point".
store point
The displayed value pair is sorted in the table.
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Note!
For sorting, the following criteria must be met:
• Measured variables may not be equal but have different dip values.
• A measured variable available in the table is recognised as equal when it is closer
than 1 mm to the sorting value.
• After successful sorting, the setting remains at "edit point" and the number of free
table entries is decremented.
Caution!
If the value cannot be sorted, the setting remains at the previous menu option. No
warning or error message is generated. However, the number of remaining table entries
is not decremented.
delete point
The currently displayed point is deleted from the table. After deletion, the previous point
is displayed. If the table only consisted of one point before deletion, then the current
measured variable is displayed as a value pair.
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return
By selecting this point, you return to the function "dip table mode" (033).
next point
This scrolls down in the table. If the table is empty, you can still select this option.
However, the displayed value does not change.
previous point
This scrolls up in the table. If the table is empty, you can still select this option. However,
the displayed value does not change.
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After entering one or more points into the dip table, make sure that the dip table is
activated in the "table on" dip table mode.
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6.5.2
Envelope curve with VU 331
After the basic setup, an evaluation of the measurement with the aid of the envelope
curve ("display" (09) function group) is recommended.
Function "plot settings" (09A)
⇒
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Here you can select which information is shown on the display:
• envelope curve
• env. curve+FAC (for FAC see BA 217F)
• env. curve+suppress. (i.e. the tank map is also displayed)
Function "recording curve" (09B)
This function determines whether the envelope curve is read as:
• single curve
or
• cyclic
⇒
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Note!
If the envelope curve mode is active on the display, the measured values are updated
in a slower cycle time. Thus, it is advisable to leave the envelope curve mode after the
measuring point has been optimised.
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6.6
Basic Setup with the ToF Tool
To carry out the basic setup with the ToF Tool operating program, proceed as follows:
• Start the ToF Tool operating program and establish a connection
• Select the "basic setup" function group in the navigation bar
The following display appears on the screen:
Basic Setup step 1/5:
• Status image
• Enter the measuring point description (TAG number).
Change to the next page
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• Each parameter that is changed must be confirmed with the RETURN key!
• The "Next" button moves you to the next screen display:
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Basic Setup step 2/5:
• Enter the application parameters:
– tank shape (for a description, see Page 46)
– medium property (for a description, see Page 47)
– process cond. (for a description, see Page 48)
Basic Setup step 3/5:
If "stilling well" or "bypass" is selected in the "tank shape" function, the following
display appears on the screen:
• empty calibr. (for a description, see Page 49)
• full calibr. (for a description, see Page 49)
• Diameter of bypass / stilling well (for a description, see Page 50)
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Note!
You can also specify the pipe diameter in this display.
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IBasic Setup step 4/5:
• This step starts the tank mapping
• The measured distance and the current measured value are always displayed in the
header
• A description is given on see Page 53
measured value
distance
Step 5/5:
After the first installation of the device, initialise the index correction table (compare
Page 54) by activating the history reset 555.
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6.6.1
Envelope curve with the ToF Tool
After the basic setup, an evaluation of the measurement using the envelope curve is
recommended.
6.6.2
User-specific applications (operation)
For details of setting the parameters of user-specific applications, see separate
documentation BA 217F/00/en - description of the instrument functions of the
Micropilot S.
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Mounting calibration with the ToF Tool
To carry out the basic setup with the ToF Tool operating program, proceed as follows:
• Start the ToF Tool operating program and establish a connection
• Select the "mounting calibr." function group in the navigation bar
The following display appears on the screen:
Mounting calibration step 1/2:
• auto correction (description see Page 54)
• pipe diam. corr. (description see Page 55)
change to next page
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• Each parameter that is changed must be confirmed with the RETURN key!
• the "Next" button moves you to the next screen display:
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Mounting calibration step 2/2:
• dip table mode (description see Page 58)
• meas. v. (description see Page 59)
• dip value (see Page 59)
• dip table handl. (description see Page 60)
• dip table state (description see Page 58)
• left dip t.entr. (description see Page 58)
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7
Maintenance
The Micropilot S measuring instrument requires no special maintenance.
Exterior cleaning
When cleaning the exterior of measuring devices, always use cleaning agents that do
not attack the surface of the housing and the seals.
Replacement
After a complete Micropilot or electronic module has been replaced, the parameters
can be downloaded into the instrument again via the communication interface.
Prerequisite to this is that the data were uploaded to the PC beforehand using the
ToF Tool / Commuwin II.
Measurement can continue without having to carry out a new setup.
• You may have to activate linearisation (see BA 217F)
• You may need to record the tank map again (siehe Grundabgleich)
After an antenna component has been replaced, a new calibration must be carried out.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
8
Accessories
Various accessories, which can be ordered separately from Endress+Hauser, are
available for the Micropilot S.
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Weather protection cover
A Weather protection cover made of stainless steel is available for outdoor mounting
(order code: 543199-0001). The shipment includes the protective cover and tension
clamp.
Commubox FXA 191 HART
For intrinsically safe communication with ToF Tool or Commuwin II via the RS 232Cinterface.
Service adapter FXA 193
For communication with ToF Tool via the display connector. (Bestell-Nr.: 50095566).
Commuwin II
Operating software for intelligent instruments.
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Trouble-shooting
9.1
Trouble-shooting instructions
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Code
Description
Possible cause
Remedy
A102
checksum error
general reset & new
calibr.required
device has been powered off
before data could be stored; emc
problem; E²PROM defect
reset;
avoid emc problem; if alarm
prevails after reset, exchange
electronics
W103
initialising - please
wait
E²PROM storage not yet finished
wait some seconds; if warning
prevails, exchange
electronics
A106
downloading please
wait
processing data download
wait until warning disappears
A110
checksum error
general reset & new
calibr.required
device has been powered off
before data could be stored; emc
problem; E²PROM defect
reset;
avoid emc problem; if alarm
prevails after reset, exchange
electronics
A111
electronics defect
RAM defective
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A113
electronics defect
ROM defective
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A114
electronics defect
E2PROM defective
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A115
electronics defect
general hardware problem
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A116
download error
repeat download
checksum of stored data not
correct
restart download of data
A121
electronics defect
no factory calibration existant;
E²PROM defective
contact service
W153
initialising - please
wait
initialisation of electronics
wait some seconds; if warning
prevails, power off device and
power on again
A155
electronics defect
hardware problem
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A160
checksum error
general reset & new
calibr.required
device has been powered off
before data could be stored; emc
problem; E²PROM defect
reset;
avoid emc problem; if alarm
prevails after reset, exchange
electronics
A164
electronics defect
hardware problem
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A171
electronics defect
hardware problem
reset;
if alarm prevails after reset,
exchange electronics
A231
sensor 1 defect
check connection
HF module or electronics defective
exchange HF module or
electronics
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System error messages
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Code
Description
Possible cause
Remedy
A270
custody switch undef
check position
switch for custody transfer may be
defective
check position of custody
switch
exchange electronics
inconsistency between phase and
amplitude evaluation
inconsistent microfactor
inconsistent index mapping
check basic calibration
check mounting calibration
check echo quality
reset history "555"
check stilling pipe diameter
switch off autocorrection
#
A272
electrinics defect
amplifier
inconsistency in amplification
exchange electronics
W275
electronics defect
factory setting
ofset drift of A/D commuter
exchange electronics
W511
no factory calibration
ch1
factory calibration has been
deleted
record new factory calibration
A512
recording of mapping
please wait
mapping active
wait some seconds until alarm
disappears
W601
linearisation ch1 curve
not monotone
linearization not monotonously
increasing
correct linearisation table
W611
less than 2
linearisation points for
channel 1
number of entered linearization
points < 2
correct linearisation table
W621
simulation ch. 1 on
simulation mode is active
switch off simulation mode
E641
no usable echo
channel 1
check calibr.
echo lost due to application
conditions of built up on antenna
check installation; optimize
orientation of antenna; clean
antenna (cf. BA)
E651
level in safety distance
- risk of overspill
level in safety distance
alarm will disappear as soon
as level leaves safety
distance;
A671
linearisation ch1 not
complete, not usable
linearisation table is in edit mode
activate linearisation table
W681
current ch1 out of
range
current out of range (3,8 mA ... 21,5
mA)
check calibration and
linearisation
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9.3
Application errors
Error
Output
Possible cause
Remedy
A warning or
alarm has
occurred.
Depending on the configuration
See table of
error messages
(see page 72)
1. See table of error messages
(see page 72)
Measured distance
(008) OK?
D m/ft (008)
Measured value
(00) is incorrect
F m/ft
yes → 1. Check empty calibr. (005) and
full calibr. (006).
2. Check linearisation:
→ level/ullage (040)
→ max. scale (046)
→ diameter vessel (047)
→ Check table
20 mA/100%
expected
no ↓
actual
E m/ft
t→
4 mA/0%
Measurement in
bypass or stilling
well?
yes → 1. Is bypass or stilling well
selected
in tank shape (002)?
2. Is the pipe diameter
(007) correct?
no ↓
Is an
FAR 10 antenna
extension
being used?
no ↓
An interference echo
may have been
evaluated.
No change off
measured value
on
filling/emptying
Interference echo
from
installations, nozzle
or extension on the
antenna
20 mA/100%
yes → 1. offset (057)
correctly set?
yes → 1. Carry out tank mapping
→ basic setup
1. Carry out tank mapping
→ basic setup
2. If necessary, clean antenna
3. If necessary, select better
mounting position
actual
expected
4 mA/0%
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Output
If the surface is
not calm
(e.g. filling,
emptying, agitator
running), the
measured value
jumps
sporadically to a
higher
level
20 mA/100%
actual
Possible cause
Remedy
Signal is weakened
by the rough surface
— the interference
echoes
are sometimes
stronger
1. Carry out tank mapping
→ basic setup
2. Set the process cond. (004) to
"turb. surface" or
"agitator"
3. Increase the output damping (058)
4. Optimise the orientation
expected
5. If necessary, select a better
mounting position
and/or larger antenna
t→
4 mA/0%
20 mA/100%
actual
expected
t→
4 mA/0%
During filling/
emptying
the measured
value jumps
downwards
Multiple echoes
20 mA/100%
yes → 1. Check the tank shape (002),
e.g. "dome ceiling" or
"horizontal cyl"
2. In the range of the blocking dist.
(059) there is no echo evaluation
→ Adapt the value
actual
3. If possible, do not select
central installation position
expected
4. Perhaps use a stilling well
t→
4 mA/0%
Level echo is too
weak.
Possible causes:
• Rough surface due
to filling/
emptying
• Agitator running
• Foam
E 641 (loss of
echo)
20 mA/100%
actual
yes → 1. Check application parameters
(002), (003) and (004)
2. Optimise alignment
3. If necessary, select a better
installation position and/or larger
antenna
E 641
expected
4 mA/0%
t→
E 641 (loss of
If the instrument is configured to Hold by loss
echo) after turn on of echo the output is set to any
the power supply value/current.
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noise level during the
initialisation phase to
high.
Repeat once more empty calibr. (005).
Caution!
Before conformation change with
O or S to the edit mode.
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9.4
Spare parts
Note!
You can order spare parts directly from your E+H service organization by giving the
order code and the serial number which is printed on the measuring transducer
nameplate (see Page 7 ff.). The corresponding spare part number also appears on
each spare part. Installation instructions are given on the instruction card that is also
delivered.
!
Note!
If the calibration seal is broken, the national calibration authority should normally be
informed within 24 hours.
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Spare parts Micropilot S, FMR 532
Planar antenna
Process connection without antenna
FMR 532 detailed order structure and variants
see spare parts price list
O-ring 49,21 x 3,53 EPDM
(Seal set 52005628)
O-ring 49,21 x 3,53 EPDM
(Seal set 52005628)
O-ring
85,32 x 3,53 FKM (green)
85,32 x 3,53 HNBR12-70
(black)
5200 6193
5200 6332
5200 6194
5200 6333
5200 6195
5200 6334
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Antenna size
Seal
DN 150 ( 6")
DN 150 ( 6")
DN 200 ( 8")
DN 200 ( 8")
DN 250 (10")
DN 250 (10")
HNBR
FKM
HNBR
FKM
HNBR
FKM
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O-ring
85,32 x 3,53 FKM (green)
85,32 x 3,53 HNBR12-70
(black)
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Modification nameplate
When ordering parts that are listed in the product structure (see Page 8) , a check must
be made as to whether the instrument description on the nameplate is still valid, e.g. for:
• an antenna component,
• an electronics module,
• an RF module,
• a VU 331 operating and display module,
• a housing cover with window.
Housing T12
The complete order code must be specified when ordering the replacement housing so
that the correct nameplate can be delivered, e.g.
• FMR 532-A4VCW2AA2A
You must label the nameplate yourself.
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Caution!
• It is not possible to convert a standard instrument into an Ex instrument by simply
exchanging parts.
• When repairing certified instruments, the relevant regualtions must be followed.
• For FM approved instruments, it is forbidden to make any changes to the instrument
that are not expressly authorised in the operating manual. Contravening this
prohibition can invalidate the approval for operation of the instrument.
9.5
Return
If you need to send a Micropilot back to Endress+Hauser for repair, please send a
completed copy of the form printed on the last page.
•
•
•
•
An exact description of the application.
The chemical and physical characteristics of the product.
A short description of the error that occurred.
If necessary, give the error code.
Please carry out the measures described in Chapter 1.4 before sending a Micropilot
back for repair.
9.6
Disposal
In case of disposal please seperate the different components according to their material
consistence.
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9.7
Software history
Software version /
Date
Software changes
V 1.00.00 / 12.2000
Original software.
Operated via:
– ToF Tool
– Commuwin II (from version 2.05.03)
– HART communicator DXR 375
with Rev. 1, DD 1.
V 01.02.00 / 03.2002
simplyfied commissioning
history reset in basic calibration
Katakana.
Operated via:
– ToF Tool (V3.0)
– Commuwin II (from version 2.05.03)
– HART communicator DXR 375
with Rev. 1, DD 1.
9.8
Documentation changes
Contact addresses of Endress+Hauser
The addresses of Endress+Hauser are given on the back cover of this operating
manual. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your E+H
representative.
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Micropilot S FMR 532
10
Technical data
10.1 Technical data at a glance
Application
Application
The Micropilot S is used for highly accurate level measurement in storage
tanks and can be applied in custody transfer applications. It meets the
relevant requirements according to OIML R85 and API 3.1B.
• The FMR 532 with planar antenna is specifically and only suited for stilling
well applications with ranges up to 38 m (124 ft).
Function and system design
Measuring principle
The Micropilot is a "downward-looking" measuring system, operating based
on the time-of-flight method. It measures the distance from the reference point
(process connection) to the product surface. Radar impulses are emitted by
an antenna, reflected off the product surface and received again by the radar
system.
Equipment architecture
The Micropilot S can be used for measurement in a stilling well as well as in
free space. The different instrument versions are applied as follows:
• The Micropilot S FMR 532 with planar antenna is the preferred device in
stilling wells ≥ 150 mm.
• The instruments are equipped with a passive 4…20 mA output with HART
protocol.
Input
Measured variable
The measured variable is the distance between a reference point (mounting
flange) and a reflective surface (e.g. medium surface). The measured value
and all parameters are displayed using either metrical SI-units or US/UK-units
(inch, ft, …).
The level is calculated based on the tank height entered.
The level can be converted into other units (volume, mass) by means of a
linearization.
In order to compensate for non-linear effects like movement of the tank roof,
an additional correction table (diptable) can be entered.
Measuring range
see Page 15 ff.
Output
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Output signal
4…20 mA with HART protocol:
this version can be operated via the PC operating software ToF Tool and
Commuwin II. The instrument supports both point-to-point and multidrop
operation.
Signal on alarm
Error information can be accessed via the following interfaces:
• Local display:
– Error symbol (see Page 34)
– Plain text display
– LED’s: red LED continuously on = alarm, red LED flashes = warning
• Current output
• Digital interface
Galvanic isolation
500 V towards ground.
500 V between power supply and signal
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Auxiliary energy
Electrical connection
Housing T 12 with separate terminal compartment.
Load HART
Minimum load for HART communication: 250 Ω
Cable entry
Cable gland: M20x1.5 or Pg13.5
Cable entry: G ½ or ½ NPT
Supply voltage
see Page 28 ff.
Power consumption
Max. 330 mW at 16 V, max. 500 mW at 24 V, max. 600 mW at 30 V.
Current consumption
Max. 21 mA (50 mA inrush current).
Power supply
For stand alone operation recommended via e.g. E+H RN 221 N/Z.
Performance characteristics
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Reference operating
conditions
According to OIML R85:
• Temperature = –25…+55 °C (-13…+131 °F)
• Atmospheric pressure
• Relative humidity (air) = 65 % ±15%
• Medium properties: e.g. medium with good reflectivity and calm surface.
• Tank diameter: signal beam hits the tank wall only at one side.
Note!
No major interference reflections inside the signal beam.
Maximum measured
error
Absolute accuracy: 0.5 mm (2σ value)
Inventory Control Versios: ±3 mm
Proof of accuracy for
custody transfer
versions
The accuracy of each Micropilot S is established through a calibration
certificate that records the absolute and relative error at 10 equidistant points
during the final test. For stilling well measurements with FMR 532, a NMI / PTB
calibrated tape with an absolute accuracy of 0.25 mm is used.
Each Micropilot S is delivered with the PTB and NMi type approval. Additional
initial factory verifications for custody applications are available on demand
for all radar instruments FMR 53x.
Maximum fill speed
By the first pass trough of measuring range: 100 mm/min., after it
unlimited.
Non-repeatability
0,3 mm (1/64")
Hysteresis
0.3 mm
Resolution
digital: 0.1 mm
analogue: 0.03 % of measuring range
Settling time
Typical 15 sec
Long-term drift
The long-term drift is within the specified accuracy.
Influence of ambiente
temperature
Within the specified accuracy according to OIML R85.
Software reliability
The software used in the radar instruments FMR 53x fulfills the requirements
of OIML R85. This particularly includes:
• cyclical test of data consistency
• non-volatile memory
• segmented data storage
The radar instruments Micropilot S continuously monitor the compliance with
accuracy requirements for custody transfer measurements according to
OIML R85. If the accuracy cannot be maintained, a specific alarm is
generated on the local display and via the digital communication.
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Inventory Control
Versions
All device types can be delivered as "Inventory Conctrol Versions" with a
reduced accuracy of ± 3mm (under reference conditions).
To these versions, the calibration certificate or custody transfer type approval
is NOT attached.
The "Inventory Control Versions" can be selected by choosing the option »R«
in feature »70« in the order code section »Custody transfer approvals«
on page 9 ff.
Operating conditions
Operating conditions
Engineering hints
see Page 14 ff.
Environment
Ambient temperature
range
Ambient temperature for the transmitter:
• Standard: -40 °C … +80 °C (-40 °F … +176 °F)
• For calibration to regulatory standards: -25 °C ... +60 °C (-30 °F…+140 °F)
With Tu<-20 °C and Tu>+60 °C the operability of the LC-display is reduced.
A weather protection cover should be used for outdoor operation if the
instrument is exposed to direct sunlight.
Storage temperature
-40 °C ... +80 °C (-40 °F … +176°F)
Climate class
DIN EN 60068-2-38 (test Z/AD)
Degree of protection
• housing: IP 65, NEMA 4X (open housing: IP20, NEMA 1)
• antenna: IP 68 (NEMA 6P)
Vibration resistance
DIN EN 60068-2-64 / IEC 68-2-64: 20…2000 Hz, 5 (m/s²)²/Hz
Cleaning of the antenna
See »Technical Information« TI 344F
Electromagnetic
compatibility
• emissions according to EN 61326; equipment class B
• compatibility according to EN 61326; appendix A (industrial area, 10 V/m)
and Namur recommendation EMC (NE 21).
Process conditions
Process temperature
range
See »Technical Information« TI 344F
Process temperature
limits
See »Technical Information« TI 344F
Process pressure limits
See »Technical Information« TI 344F
Dielectric constant
• in a stilling well: εr ≥ 1.4
• in free space: εr ≥ 1.9
Wetted parts
• Planar, gas-tight
Wetted parts: 1.4435 / HNBR (Hydrated Nitrit Butadien Rubber,
resistent to NH3) or FKM / PTFE glas fibre laminat
Note!
The planar antenna is not resistant to hot vapour!
• Horn adapter for increase of diameter
Wetted parts: 1.4435
Mechanical construction
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Design, dimensions
see Page 13
Weight
Approx 6 kg + weight of flange
Material
see Page 8
Process connection
see Page 8
All process connections dispose of a gas-tight glass feed-through to prevent
any gas leakage to the inside of the housing.
Human interface
Operation concept
see Page 31
Display
see Page 31
Certificates and approvals
CE approval
The measuring system meets the legal requirements of the EC-guidelines.
Endress+Hauser confirms the instrument passing the required tests by
attaching the CE-mark.
RF approvals
R&TTE 1999/5/EG, FCC CRF 47, part 15
Overspill protection
PTB , NMi and many other national approvals
External standards and
guidelines
EN 60529
Protection c3lass of housing (IP-code)
EN 61010
Safety regulations for electrical devices for measurement, control, regulation
and laboratory use.
EN 61326
Emissions (equipment class B), compatibility (appendix A – industrial area)
NAMUR
Standards committee for measurement and control in the chemical industry
API (American Petroleum Institute)
Particularly "Manual of Petroleum Measurement Stadards".
OIML R85 (Organisation Internationale de Metrologie Legale)
Ex approval
XA 081F-A
Installation Micropilot S FMR 53x (T12 / EEx ia IIC T6…T1)
PTB 00 ATEX 2067 X, Equipment marking: (II 1/2 G)
Ordering Information
The E+H service organisation can provide detailed ordering information an
information on the order codes on request.
Accessories
see Page 70
Supplementary Documentation
Supplementary
Documentation
Endress+Hauser
• System Information Micropilot (SI 019F/00/en)
• Technical Information (TI 344F/00/en)
• Operating Instructions "Description of instrument functions"
(BA 217F/00/en)
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Appendix
11.1 Operating menu HART (Display modul), ToF Tool
basic setup
00
tank shape
002
dome ceiling
horizontal cyl.
bypass
stilling well
flat ceiling
sphere
safety settings
01
output on alarm
medium property
003
process cond.
004
standard
calm surface
turb. surface
add. agitator
fast change
test: no filter
unknown
DK: < 1.9
DK: 1.9 … 4
DK: 4 … 10
DK: > 10
010
outp. echo loss
MIN -10% 3.6mA
MAX 110% 22mA
hold
output on alarm
011
tank gauging
030
dip table mode
enter value
012
delay time
ramp %/min
ramp %MB/min
013
dip table state
037
dip table
034
dip table handl.
meas.v.
034
035
next point
previous point
new point
edit point
store point
delete point
dip value
dip table state
037
auto correct.
04
014
in case of echo loss
max. 4000 sec.
default: 30 s
033
table on
table off
clear table
linearisation
006
enter value
enter value
view
manual
semi-automatic
dip table
full calibr.
pipe diameter
enter value
03
005
enter value
alarm
hold
user specific
mounting calibr.
empty calibr.
036
return
level/ullage
040
linearisation
041
level CU
ullage CU
040
manual
semi-automatic
table on
041
customer unit
042
horizontal cyl
customer unit
042
linear
customer unit
042
check distance
051
next point
linearisation
table no.
input level
input volume
043
044
045
yes
range of mapping
052
start mapping
045
no
reset table
extended calibr.
05
level DU
ullage DU
040
selection
050
dist./meas value
008
D and L
are displayed
mapping
input of
mapping range
distance = ok
dist. too small
manual
dist. unknown
dist. too big
053
off
on
common
extended map..
pres. Map dist
054
is displayed
output
06
commun. address
060
no. of preambels
061
low output limit
062
language
09
092
back to home
0A
present error
0A0
previous error
0A1
clear last error
063
on
093
format display
094
0A2
reset
0A3
tag no.
0C0
protocol+sw-no.
0C2
software no.
064
no. of decimals
095
unlock parameter
0A4
for reset code
see manual
for reset code
see manual
system parameter 0C
fixed cur. value
x
x.x
x.xx
x.xxx
decimal
1/16”
enter time
default: 100 s
diagnostics
055
inactive
active
reset
off
off
on
display
fixed current
cust. Tank map
0C3
serial no.
0C4
custody transfer
Note! The default values of the parameters are typed in boldface.
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008
check distance
051
D and L
are displayed
range of mapping
052
start mapping
053
off
on
input of
mapping range
distance = ok
dist. too small
dist. too big
manual
history reset
009
no
yes
dist. unknown
safety distance
015
from blocking
distance
default: 0.1m
auto correction
in safety dist.
016
031
pipe diam. corr.
ackn. alarm
017
no
yes
alarm
warning
self holding
overspill protection 018
standard
german WHG
032
max. scale
046
max. scale
046
dist./meas.value
008
diameter vessel
047
echo quality
056
Return to Group Selection
off
on
off
on
D and L
are displayed
simulation
offset
057
will be added to the
measured level
is displayed
065
output damping
058
enter value
default: 5 s
output current
067
plot settings
09A
blocking dist.
059
is displayed
sim. off
sim. level
sim. volume
sim. current
sep. character
096
. point
, comma
measured dist.
simulation value
066
display test
097
envelope curve
env.curve+FAC
env.curve+cust.map
off
on
0A5
measured level
0A6
recording curve
application par.
not modified
modified
distance unit
0C5
download mode
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09B
single curve
cyclic
0A8
custody mode
0A9
inaktiv
aktiv positiv
aktiv negativ
0C8
85
86
V-CWII
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V9
VA
Function group
00 basic setup
01 safety settings
03 mounting calibr.
04 linearisation
05 extended calibr.
06 output
09 display
0D service
0A diagnostics
0C system parameter
check distance
tag no.
present error
previous error
no. Of preambels
range of mapping
linearisation
level/ullage
commun. Address
customer unit
auto correction
tank gauging
protocol+sw-no.
software no.
reset
back to home
language
clear last error
fixed current
start mapping
table no.
dip table mode
ramp %span/min
medium property
H3
low output limit
pipe diam. corr.
outp. echo loss
output on alarm
output on alarm
H2
tank shape
H1
measured value
H0
Operating Matrix HART / COMMUWIN II
serial no.
unlock parameter
format display
fixed current
pres. Map dist
input level
dip table
delay time
process cond.
H4
distance unit
measured dist.
no. of decimals
simulation
cust. Tank map
input volume
dip table
safety distance
empty calibr.
H5
measured level
sep. character
simulation value
echo quality
max. scale
dip table handl.
in safety dist.
full calibr.
H6
output current
offset
diameter vessel
dip table state
ackn. alarm
pipe diameter
H7
download mode
application par.
output damping
overspill protection
H8
custody mode
blocking dist.
H9
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11.2 Operating matrix HART / Commuwin II
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11.3 Description of functions
!
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Note!
A detailed description of the function groups, functions and parameters is given in the
documentation BA 217F/00/en - a description of the instrument functions of the
Micropilot S.
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11.4 Function and system design
11.4.1 Measuring principle
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The Micropilot is a "downward-looking" measuring system, operating based on the timeof-flight method. It measures the distance from the reference point (process connection)
to the product surface. Radar impulses are emitted by an antenna, reflected off the
product surface and received again by the radar system.
Input
The reflected radar impulses are received by the antenna and transmitted into the
electronics. A microprocessor evaluates the signal and identifies the level echo caused
by the reflection of the radar impulse at the product surface. The unambiguous signal
identification is accomplished by the PulseMaster® software based on many years of
experience with time-of-flight technology. The mm-accuracy of the Micropilot S is
achieved with the patented algorithms of the PhaseMaster® software.
The distance D to the product surface is proportional to the travel time t of the impulse:
D = c · t/2,
with c being the speed of light.
Based on the known empty distance E, the level L is calculated:
L=E–D
Reference point for "E" is the lower surface of the process connection.
The Micropilot is equipped with functions to suppress interference echoes. The user
can activate these functions. They ensure that interference echoes (e.g. from edges and
weld seams) are not interpreted as level echo.
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Output
The Micropilot is commissioned by entering an empty distance E (=zero), a full distance
F (=span), and an application parameter. The application parameter automatically
adapts the instrument to the measuring conditions. The data points “E” and “F”
correspond with 4mA and 20mA for instruments with current output. They correspond
with 0 % and 100 % for digital outputs and the display module.
A linearization with max. 32 points, based on a table entered either manually or semiautomatically, can be activated locally or remotely. This function provides a
measurement in engineering units and a linear output signal for spheres, horizontal
cylindrical tanks, and vessels with conical outlet.
11.4.2 Equipment architecture
Stand-alone
The Micropilot S can be used for measurement in a stilling well as well as in free space.
The different instrument versions are applied as follows:
• The Micropilot S FMR 532 with planar antenna is the preferred device in stilling wells
≥ 150 mm.
• The Micropilot S FMR 530 with horn antenna can be used in stilling wells with a
diameter <150 mm. However, for these diameters no custody transfer approval is
available.
• The Micropilot S FMR 533 with parabolic antenna is preferred for free-space
measurements. The Micropilot S FMR 530 with horn antenna can be used as an
alternative for small nozzle diameters .
• The Micropilot S FMR 531 with rod antenna (PTFE) should be used for measurements
of highly aggressive media (e.g. sulphur).
• The instruments are equipped with a passive 4…20 mA output with HART protocol.
The complete measuring system consists of:
SPS
- ToF Tool
- COMMUWIN II
- ToF Tool
Service-Adapter
FXA 193
HART
Commubox
FXA 191
HART
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On-site operation:
• with display and operating module VU 331,
• with a Personal Computer, FXA 193 and the operating software ToF Tool.
The ToF Tool is a graphical operating software for instruments from Endress+Hauser
that operate based on the time-of-flight principle (radar, ultrasonic, guided microimpulse). It assists with commissioning, securing data, trouble shooting, and
documentation of the measuring point.
Remote operation:
• with HART handheld DXR 375,
• with a Personal Computer, Commubox FXA 191 and the operating software
COMMUWIN II respectively ToF Tool.
• With a Personal Computer, TSM (Tank Side Monitor) and the operating software
FuelsManager.
L00-FMR53xxx-14-00-06-en-003
System integration via Rackbus
Multiple transmitters Micropilot S (or other instruments) can be connected to a higherlevel bus system via a Gateway ZA:
• Every HART transmitter via one interface module FXN 672 each.
• Gateways are available for MODBUS, FIP, PROFIBUS, INTERBUS etc.
• Both on-site as well as remote operation are possible.
Integration into the Asset Management System
The HART interface allows the integration into the AMS® (Asset Management System)
from Fisher-Rosemount.
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11.4.3 Custody transfer mode
Micropilot S is a weight and measure approved level transmitter. Either the innage or the
ullage can be selected as the custody transfer variable.
The selected variable is the basis for the subsequent calculation of the current amount
of product in a tank, along with other measured variables such as (average)
temperature and pressure.
This opens up numerous application options in custody transfer:
• Quantity calculation of mineral oils
• Quantity calculation of alcohols
11.4.4 Weight and measure approval, Standards Authorities
approval, Compulsory reapproval
The type approvals for custody transfer issued by the PTB and NMi, a copy of which is
enclosed with every device, prove the fundamental suitability of the various types for
custody transfer.
In addition to this, the accuracy of every single device is documented using a
calibration certificate, which is issued in the factory after the device has been tested on
a reference test rig.
On request, a separate initial verification of the devices can be carried out with a
National Standards Authorities inspector present, who issues a preliminary test
certificate for every device. In the initial verification, the device is tested to ensure that
it complies with the limit of error in legal metrology, which lies at +-2mm for radar
measuring devices in Germany.
Essentially, this proves that the devices are weight and measure approved. The devices
must not, however, be used in custody transfer mode straight away.
The measuring device is not approved until after the approval after installation by the
Standards Authorities. For this, the device's level measurement is compared with the
tank gauging by a National Standards Authorities inspector using manual dips (also
"Initial verification"). As a rule, a quiescent tank gauging is dipped by hand three times
in a row and then compared with the value displayed by the level radar. Depending on
national regulations, the transfer error limit, calculated as the arithmetic mean of the
absolute deviations of all three measurements, must not exceed double the limit of error
in legal metrology (compare, for example, the German "Eichordnung" or the American
"API 3.1B", in which the necessary procedures are also defined).
Depending on national regulations, this test is repeated with various tank gaugings.
Using linearisation tables to compensate any non-linearities that occur in measurement
is permitted. For this, the Micropilot S level radar offers a special dip table, compare
Chapter 6.5.
After the measurement has been approved by an inspector, he seals the level radar at
the stamp position and thereby also secures the programming status of the device.
Those operating an approved level transmitter are obligated to obtain reapproval in
accordance with the applicable national regulations from the Standards Authorities.
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11.4.5 Particularities in "approved" operation
The Micropilot S level radar is set to custody transfer mode after commissioning using
a custody locking switch (see Page 35). The position of the custody locking switch is
secured and sealed using the sealing pin.
During custody transfer measurement, all custody transfer-relevant functions for
operation are automatically locked, so that the device software can not be used, either
via local operation or via digital communication settings. This locked status is displayed
by the key symbol ( ).
Micropilot S radar devices continuously monitor the compliance with accuracy
requirements for custody transfer measurements according to OIML R85. If, for
example, the accuracy cannot be maintained due to quick surface movements, this is
reported via a separate alarm in the local display (displays "#" symbol) and via digital
communication.
11.4.6 Definition of terms
For definitions and procedures please refer to the following documents:
• Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 3 - Tank Gauging,
Section 1.B - Standard Practice for Level Measurement of Liquid Hydrocarbons in
Stationary Tanks by Automatic Tank Gauging, American Petroleum Institute, second
edition, 2001
• OIML R 85, Organisation Internationale de Métrologie Légale, International
Recommendation R 85, edition 1998 (E)
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11.4.7 Integrated on tank gauging system
The Endress+Hauser Tank Side Monitor NRF 590 provides integrated communications
for sites with multiple tanks, each with one or more sensors on the tank, such as radar,
spot or average temperature, capacitive probe for water detection and/or pressure
sensors. Multiple protocols out of the Tank Side Monitor guarantee connectivity to nearly
any of the existing industry standard tank gauging protocols. Optional connectivity of
analog 4...20 mA sensors, digital I/O and analog output simplify full tank sensor
integration. Use of the proven concept of the intrinsically safe HART bus for all on-tank
sensors yields extremely low wiring costs, while at the same time providing maximum
safety, reliability and data availability.
Fuels Manager
Software
Micropilot S
Prothermo
HART
4 wire
RTU 8130
(remote
terminal
unit)
Tank Side Monitor
Pressure
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Supply voltage:
16…253 VAC
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This product may be protected by at least one of the following patents.
Further patents are pending.
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•
•
•
•
•
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US 5,689,265 i EP 0 626 063
US 5,659,321
US 5,614,911 i EP 0 670 048
US 5,594,449 i EP 0 676 037
US 6,047,598
US 5,880,698
US 5,926,152
US 5,969,666
US 5,948,979
US 6,054,946
US 6,087,978
US 6,014,100
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Index
Index
A
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Antenna extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Antenna size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approval after installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto-correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
G
70
39
70
13
91
54
B
Basic Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Setup VU 331 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Blocking distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bypass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
46
16
15
C
Cable entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Calibration to regulatory standards disturbed . . . . . 34
CE approval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
CE mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Check distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Cleaning agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Communication symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Commuwin II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 70
Commuwin II-Operating Programm . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Contact addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Contrast settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Current consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Custody locking switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, 35
Custody mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Customer unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
D
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Declaration of contamination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Degree of protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Diameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Dielectric constant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Dip Table Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Dip table status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Dip value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 50
E
Electrical symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Empty calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 49
Envelope curve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Error messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
F
Foam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Foam surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Full calibration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 49
Function groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Green LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Group selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
H
Handheld unit DXR 275 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
HART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28–29, 40
Housing T12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
I
Initial verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Installation in stilling well . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installation in tank (free space) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Interference echo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Interference echo mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–52, 65
K
Key assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
L
Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 50
Liquid crystal display (LCD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
M
Mapping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51–52
Marker at instrument flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Maximum measured error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Measure value actualisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Measured value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Measured value display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Measuring principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Measuring range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Medium conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Minimum level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Modification nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Mounting calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, 67
Mounting kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
N
Nameplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
No.of decimals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Notes on safety conventions and symbols . . . . . . . . . 6
O
Operating menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, 36
Ordering structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
P
Parameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Phase evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48, 55, 57
Pipe diam. corr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Pipe diameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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Pivoting element . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Post-installation check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power consumption. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power supply fails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Process conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Micropilot S FMR 532
24
25
28
45
48
15
Q
Slots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Smallest possible measuring range . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Software history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Spare parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Stilling well . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 50
Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Supply voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching on the measuring device . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Quick wiring guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
T
R
Range of mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reapproval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recommendations for the stilling well. . . . . . . . . . . .
Red LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reference point of measuring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset customer parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RF approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
52
91
17
34
44
69
38
38
78
83
S
Safety conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Sample hatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Sealing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Select the language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Selection menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Service adapter FXA 193 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Slot width. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
98
Tank Gauging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Tank shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 64
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Terminal compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
ToF Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 63, 66–67, 84
Trademarks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Trouble-shooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Trouble-shooting instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Turn housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 19
U
Unlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Unlock parameter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36–37
W
Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weather protection cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weight and measure approved . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weld seam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
39
70
91
17
26
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