Operating Instructions - VEGADIS 82

Operating Instructions - VEGADIS 82
Operating Instructions
External display and adjustment unit for
4 … 20 mA/HART sensors
VEGADIS 82
4 … 20 mA/HART
Document ID: 45300
Contents
Contents
1 About this document
1.1Function............................................................................................................................ 4
1.2 Target group...................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Symbols used................................................................................................................... 4
2 For your safety
2.1 Authorised personnel........................................................................................................ 5
2.2 Appropriate use................................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Warning about incorrect use.............................................................................................. 5
2.4 General safety instructions................................................................................................ 5
2.5 EU conformity.................................................................................................................... 6
2.6 NAMUR recommendations............................................................................................... 6
2.7 Installation and operation in the USA and Canada............................................................ 6
2.8 Environmental instructions................................................................................................ 6
3 Product description
3.1 Configuration..................................................................................................................... 7
3.2 Principle of operation........................................................................................................ 8
3.3 Packaging, transport and storage.................................................................................... 10
3.4 Accessories and replacement parts................................................................................ 10
4Mounting
4.1 General instructions........................................................................................................ 12
4.2 Mounting instructions...................................................................................................... 12
5 Connecting to power supply
5.1 Preparing the connection................................................................................................ 15
5.2 Connection technology and steps................................................................................... 16
5.3 Wiring plan...................................................................................................................... 18
5.4 Connection HART standard............................................................................................ 18
5.5 Connection HART multidrop........................................................................................... 19
5.6 Connection signal conditioning instrument/four-wire sensor........................................... 19
5.7 Connection example....................................................................................................... 21
5.8 Switch-on phase............................................................................................................. 21
6 Set up with the display and adjustment module
6.1 Short description............................................................................................................. 22
6.2 Insert display and adjustment module............................................................................. 22
6.3 Adjustment system.......................................................................................................... 23
6.4 Measured value indication - Selection of national language............................................ 24
6.5 Start menu....................................................................................................................... 25
6.6 Parameter adjustment - VEGADIS 82.............................................................................. 25
6.7 Parameter adjustment VEGAPULS WL 61...................................................................... 30
6.8 Parameter adjustment VEGAWELL 52............................................................................ 40
6.9 Parameter adjustment - Sensors from other manufacturers via Generic HART............... 45
8 Diagnostics and servicing
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7 Setup via PACTware
7.1 Connect the PC............................................................................................................... 48
7.2 Parameter adjustment..................................................................................................... 49
7.3 Saving the parameterisation data.................................................................................... 50
Contents
8.1Maintenance................................................................................................................... 51
8.2 Asset Management function............................................................................................ 51
8.3 Rectify faults.................................................................................................................... 52
8.4 Exchanging the electronics module................................................................................. 53
8.5 Software update.............................................................................................................. 53
8.6 How to proceed if a repair is necessary........................................................................... 53
9Dismount
9.1 Dismounting steps.......................................................................................................... 54
9.2Disposal.......................................................................................................................... 54
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10Supplement
10.1 Technical data................................................................................................................. 55
10.2 HART communication..................................................................................................... 58
10.3Dimensions..................................................................................................................... 59
10.4 Industrial property rights.................................................................................................. 62
10.5Trademark....................................................................................................................... 62
Safety instructions for Ex areas
Take note of the Ex specific safety instructions for Ex applications.
These instructions are attached as documents to each instrument
with Ex approval and are part of the operating instructions manual.
Editing status: 2017-07-24
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1 About this document
1 About this document
1.1Function
This operating instructions manual provides all the information you
need for mounting, connection and setup as well as important instructions for maintenance, fault rectification, the exchange of parts and
the safety of the user. Please read this information before putting the
instrument into operation and keep this manual accessible in the immediate vicinity of the device.
1.2 Target group
This operating instructions manual is directed to trained specialist
personnel. The contents of this manual should be made available to
these personnel and put into practice by them.
1.3 Symbols used
Information, tip, note
This symbol indicates helpful additional information.
Caution: If this warning is ignored, faults or malfunctions can result.
Warning: If this warning is ignored, injury to persons and/or serious
damage to the instrument can result.
Danger: If this warning is ignored, serious injury to persons and/or
destruction of the instrument can result.
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Ex applications
This symbol indicates special instructions for Ex applications.
List
The dot set in front indicates a list with no implied sequence.
Action
This arrow indicates a single action.
Sequence of actions
Numbers set in front indicate successive steps in a procedure.
Battery disposal
This symbol indicates special information about the disposal of batteries and accumulators.
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2 For your safety
2 For your safety
2.1 Authorised personnel
All operations described in this operating instructions manual must
be carried out only by trained specialist personnel authorised by the
plant operator.
During work on and with the device the required personal protective
equipment must always be worn.
2.2 Appropriate use
The VEGADIS 82 is suitable for measured value indication and adjustment of 4 … 20 mA/HART sensors.
You can find detailed information about the area of application in
chapter "Product description".
Operational reliability is ensured only if the instrument is properly
used according to the specifications in the operating instructions
manual as well as possible supplementary instructions.
2.3 Warning about incorrect use
Inappropriate or incorrect use of this product can give rise to application-specific hazards, e.g. vessel overfill through incorrect mounting
or adjustment. Damage to property and persons or environmental
contamination can result. Also, the protective characteristics of the
instrument can be impaired.
2.4 General safety instructions
This is a state-of-the-art instrument complying with all prevailing
regulations and directives. The instrument must only be operated in a
technically flawless and reliable condition. The operator is responsible for the trouble-free operation of the instrument. When measuring
aggressive or corrosive media that can cause a dangerous situation
if the instrument malfunctions, the operator has to implement suitable
measures to make sure the instrument is functioning properly.
During the entire duration of use, the user is obliged to determine the
compliance of the necessary occupational safety measures with the
current valid rules and regulations and also take note of new regulations.
The safety instructions in this operating instructions manual, the national installation standards as well as the valid safety regulations and
accident prevention rules must be observed by the user.
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For safety and warranty reasons, any invasive work on the device
beyond that described in the operating instructions manual may be
carried out only by personnel authorised by the manufacturer. Arbitrary conversions or modifications are explicitly forbidden. For safety
reasons, only the accessory specified by the manufacturer must be
used.
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2 For your safety
To avoid any danger, the safety approval markings and safety tips on
the device must also be observed and their meaning looked up in this
operating instructions manual.
2.5 EU conformity
The device fulfils the legal requirements of the applicable EU directives. By affixing the CE marking, we confirm the conformity of the
instrument with these directives.
You can find the EU conformity declaration on our website under
www.vega.com/downloads.
2.6 NAMUR recommendations
NAMUR is the automation technology user association in the process
industry in Germany. The published NAMUR recommendations are
accepted as the standard in field instrumentation.
The device fulfils the requirements of the following NAMUR recommendations:
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NE 21 – Electromagnetic compatibility of equipment
NE 53 – Compatibility of field devices and display/adjustment
components
For further information see www.namur.de.
2.7 Installation and operation in the USA and
Canada
This information is only valid for USA and Canada. Hence the following text is only available in the English language.
Installations in the US shall comply with the relevant requirements of
the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70).
Installations in Canada shall comply with the relevant requirements of
the Canadian Electrical Code
2.8 Environmental instructions
Protection of the environment is one of our most important duties.
That is why we have introduced an environment management system
with the goal of continuously improving company environmental protection. The environment management system is certified according
to DIN EN ISO 14001.
Please help us fulfil this obligation by observing the environmental
instructions in this manual:
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Chapter "Packaging, transport and storage"
Chapter "Disposal"
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3 Product description
3 Product description
Type label
3.1 Configuration
The type label contains the most important data for identification and
use of the instrument:
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7
12
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Fig. 1: Layout of the type label (example)
1 Instrument type
2 Product code
3 Field for approvals
4 Electronics/Voltage supply
5 Protection rating
6 Hardware/software version
7 Order number
8 Serial number of the instrument
9 Data matrix code for VEGA Tools app
10 Reminder to observe the instrument documentation
11 Device protection class
12 ID numbers, instrument documentation
Serial number - Instrument search
The type label contains the serial number of the instrument. With it
you can find the following instrument data on our homepage:
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Article number (HTML)
Delivery date (HTML)
Order-specific instrument features (HTML)
Operating instructions at the time of shipment (PDF)
Go to "www.vega.com", "Instrument search (serial number)". Enter
the serial number.
As an alternative, you can access these data via your smartphone:
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Instrument versions
Download the smartphone app "VEGA Tools" from the "Apple App
Store" or the "Google Play Store"
Scan the Data Matrix code on the type label of the instrument or
Enter the serial number manually in the app
The VEGADIS 82 is available in different housing materials, see
chapter "Technical data".
The instrument is optionally available with or without display and
adjustment module.
Scope of this operating
instructions manual
VEGADIS 82 • 4 … 20 mA/HART
This operating instructions manual applies to the following instrument
versions:
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Software from 1.10.00
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3 Product description
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Scope of delivery
Hardware from 1.00.00
The scope of delivery encompasses:
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VEGADIS 82
Display and adjustment module (optional)
Mounting accessories (optional)
Documentation
–– This operating instructions manual
–– Ex-specific "Safety instructions" (with Ex versions)
–– If necessary, further certificates
Information:
In this operating instructions manual, the optional instrument features
are also described. The actual range of functions is determined by the
order specification.
3.2 Principle of operation
Application area
VEGADIS 82 is suitable for measured value indication and adjustment
of sensors with HART protocol. The instrument is looped directly into
the 4 … 20 mA HART signal line at any location. Separate external
energy is not necessary. VEGADIS 82 also operates exclusively as an
indicating instrument in a 4 … 20 mA current loop.
Sensors
The instrument is particularly designed for:
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VEGAPULS WL 61
VEGAWELL 52
These sensors have no own display/adjustment.
The housing of VEGADIS 82 contains a filter element for ventilation.
The instrument is thus also used for atmospheric pressure compensation for a submersible pressure transmitter.
The VEGADIS 82 can also be used as an external indicating device
for a four-wire sensor or a VEGAMET signal conditioning instrument
with active 4 … 20 mA output.
Sensor adjustment
The sensor adjustment is carried out in the VEGADIS 82 integrated in
the display and adjustment module.
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3 Product description
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4
3
2
1
Fig. 2: Connection of the VEGADIS 82 to the sensor, adjustment via the display
and adjustment module
1 Voltage supply/Signal output sensor
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Display and adjustment module
4 4 … 20 mA/HART signal cable
5Sensor
Sensor adjustment via PC The sensor adjustment is carried out via a PC with PACTware/DTM.
with PACTware
5
4
3
2
6
1
Fig. 3: Connection of the VEGADIS 82 to the sensor and the PC, adjustment via
PC with PACTware
1 Voltage supply/Signal output sensor
2 VEGADIS 82
3VEGACONNECT
4 4 … 20 mA/HART signal cable
5Sensor
6 PC with PACTware/DTM
Modes
4 … 20 mA mode: when connected to a 4 … 20 mA signal cable,
VEGADIS 82 operates exclusively as a display instrument.
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Adjustment range: Indication scaling VEGADIS 82
HART mode: when operated with a 4 … 20 mA/HART sensor, the
VEGADIS 82 operates as display and HART adjusment instrument.
The parameter adjustment of the sensor is carried out via HART
communication. During the parameter adjustment, the VEGADIS 82
operates as a Primary or Secondary Master to the sensor.
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3 Product description
Adjustment range: Sensor adjustment, indication scaling VEGADIS
82
HART multidrop: the VEGADIS 82 can be also used as an indicating
device for a bus participant in a HART multidrop system.
Adjustment range: Sensor adjustment for a bus participant, indication
scaling VEGADIS 82
Packaging
3.3 Packaging, transport and storage
Your instrument was protected by packaging during transport. Its
capacity to handle normal loads during transport is assured by a test
based on ISO 4180.
The packaging of standard instruments consists of environmentfriendly, recyclable cardboard. For special versions, PE foam or PE
foil is also used. Dispose of the packaging material via specialised
recycling companies.
Transport
Transport must be carried out in due consideration of the notes on the
transport packaging. Nonobservance of these instructions can cause
damage to the device.
Transport inspection
The delivery must be checked for completeness and possible transit
damage immediately at receipt. Ascertained transit damage or concealed defects must be appropriately dealt with.
Storage
Up to the time of installation, the packages must be left closed and
stored according to the orientation and storage markings on the
outside.
Unless otherwise indicated, the packages must be stored only under
the following conditions:
Storage and transport
temperature
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Not in the open
Dry and dust free
Not exposed to corrosive media
Protected against solar radiation
Avoiding mechanical shock and vibration
Storage and transport temperature see chapter "Supplement Technical data - Ambient conditions"
Relative humidity 20 … 85 %
Lifting and carrying
With an instrument weight of more than 18 kg (39.68 lbs) suitable and
approved equipment must be used for lifting and carrying.
PLICSCOM
The display and adjustment module PLICSCOM is used for measured
value indication, adjustment and diagnosis. It can be inserted into the
sensor or the external display and adjustment unit and removed at
any time.
3.4 Accessories and replacement parts
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You can find further information in the operating instructions "Display
and adjustment module PLICSCOM" (Document-ID 36433).
3 Product description
VEGACONNECT
The interface adapter VEGACONNECT enables the connection of
communication-capable instruments to the USB interface of a PC. For
parameter adjustment of these instruments, the adjustment software
PACTware with VEGA-DTM is required.
You can find further information in the operating instructions "Interface
adapter VEGACONNECT" (Document-ID 32628).
Electronics module
The electronics module is a replacement part for the display and
adjustment instrument VEGADIS 82. A separate version is available
for each type of signal output.
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You can find further information in the operating instructions "Electronics module VEGADIS 82" (Document-ID 46804).
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4 Mounting
4Mounting
4.1 General instructions
Installation position
VEGADIS 82 functions in any installation position.
Protection against moisture
Protect your instrument against moisture ingress through the following
measures:
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Use the recommended cable (see chapter "Connecting to power
supply")
Tighten the cable gland
When mounting horizontally, turn the housing so that the cable
gland points downward
Loop the connection cable downward in front of the cable gland
This applies mainly to outdoor installations, in areas where high
humidity is expected (e.g. through cleaning processes) and on cooled
or heated vessels.
To maintain the housing protection, make sure that the housing lid is
closed during operation and locked, if necessary.
Make sure that the degree of contamination specified in chapter
"Technical data" meets the existing ambient conditions.
Wall mounting
4.2 Mounting instructions
The VEGADIS 82 in all available housing materials is suitable for wall
mounting.
7 mm
(0.28")
10 mm
(0.39")
82 mm
(3.23")
Fig. 4: Drilling dimensions for VEGADIS 82 for wall mounting
Carrier rail mounting
The VEGADIS 82 with plastic housing is suitable for direct carrier rail
mounting according to EN 50022.
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4 Mounting
1
2
Fig. 5: VEGADIS 82 with plastic housing for carrier rail mounting
1Base
2 Carrier rail
The versions with aluminium or stainless steel housing for carrier rail
mounting according to EN 50022 are supplied with unassembled
mounting accessories. The kit consists of an adapter plate and four
mounting screws M6 x 12.
The adapter plate is screwed to the base of VEGADIS 82 by the user.
1
2
3
Fig. 6: VEGADIS 82 with aluminium and stainless steel housing for carrier rail
mounting
1Base
2 Adapter plate with screws M6 x 12
3 Carrier rail
Tube mounting
The VEGADIS 82 for tube mounting is supplied with unassembled
mounting accessories. The kit consists of two pairs of mounting
brackets and four mounting screws M6 x 100.
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The mounting brackets are screwed to the base of VEGADIS 82 by
the user.
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4 Mounting
1
2
3
Fig. 7: VEGADIS 82 for tube mounting
1 4 screws M6 x 100
2 Mounting brackets
3 Tube (diameter 1" to 2")
Front panel mounting
The VEGADIS 82 is also available with a plastic housing for panel
mounting. The housing is fastened to the rear of the panel by means
of the supplied screw clamps.
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 8: VEGADIS 82 for panel mounting
1 Inspection window
2 Front panel
3 Screw clamp
4Housing
5 Plug connector
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5 Connecting to power supply
Safety instructions
5.1 Preparing the connection
Always keep in mind the following safety instructions:
Warning:
Connect only in the complete absence of line voltage.
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Voltage supply
The electrical connection must only be carried out by trained
personnel authorised by the plant operator.
If overvoltage surges are expected, overvoltage arresters should
be installed.
Power supply and current signal are carried on the same two-wire
cable. The voltage supply range can differ depending on the sensor.
The data for power supply are specified in chapter "Technical data".
Make sure that the supply circuits are separated from the mains
circuits and of an energy-limited voltage supply, e.g. of "Class 2" (acc.
to UL 1310, NEC 725 or CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 223), according to internationally harmonized standard IEC 61010-1.
Keep in mind the following additional factors that influence the operating voltage:
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Output voltage of the power supply unit can be lower under nominal load (with a sensor current of 20.5 mA resp. 22 mA in case of
fault message)
Voltage loss on the VEGADIS 82 (see supply circuit in chapter
"Technical data")
You can find information on the load resistance in chapter "Technical
data", (voltage supply of the respective sensor)
Connection cable
The instrument is connected with standard two-wire cable without
screen. If electromagnetic interference is expected which is above the
test values of EN 61326-1 for industrial areas, screened cable should
be used.
We generally recommend the use of screened cable for HART mode.
Use cable with round cross-section. To ensure the seal effect of the
cable gland (IP protection rating), find out which cable outer diameter
the cable gland is suitable for. Use a cable gland fitting the cable
diameter.
You can find an overview of the cable glands in chapter "Technical
data".
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Cable glands
Metric threads
In the case of instrument housings with metric thread, the cable
glands are screwed in at the factory. They are sealed with plastic
plugs as transport protection.
You have to remove these plugs before electrical connection.
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NPT thread
In the case of instrument housings with self-sealing NPT threads, it is
not possible to have the cable entries screwed in at the factory. The
free openings for the cable glands are therefore covered with red dust
protection caps as transport protection.
Prior to setup you have to replace these protective caps with approved cable glands or close the openings with suitable blind plugs.
On plastic housings, the NPT cable gland or the Conduit steel tube
must be screwed into the threaded insert without grease.
Max. torque for all housings, see chapter "Technical data".
Cable screening and
grounding
If screened cable is necessary, we recommend connecting the cable
screen on both ends to ground potential. In the VEGADIS 82, the
screen should be connected directly to the internal ground terminal.
In Ex systems it must be ensured that the grounding complies with the
installation regulations.
In electroplating plants as well as plants for cathodic corrosion protection it must be taken into account that significant potential differences
exist. This can lead to unacceptably high currents in the cable screen
if it is grounded at both ends.
Connection technology
5.2 Connection technology and steps
The voltage supply and signal output are connected via the springloaded terminals in the housing.
Connection to the display and adjustment module or to the interface
adapter is carried out via contact pins in the housing.
Information:
The terminal block is pluggable and can be removed from the
electronics. To do this, lift the terminal block with a small screwdriver
and pull it out. When reinserting the terminal block, you should hear it
snap in.
Connection procedure
Proceed as follows:
1. Unscrew the housing lid
2. If a display and adjustment module is installed, remove it by turning it slightly to the left
3. Loosen compression nut of the cable gland and remove blind
plug
4. Remove approx. 10 cm (4 in) of the cable mantle, strip approx.
1 cm (0.4 in) of insulation from the ends of the individual wires
5. Insert the cable into the sensor through the cable entry
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Fig. 9: Connection steps 5 and 6
6. Insert the wire ends into the terminals according to the wiring plan
Information:
Solid cores as well as flexible cores with wire end sleeves are inserted directly into the terminal openings. In case of flexible cores without
end sleeves, press the terminal from above with a small screwdriver,
the terminal opening is then free. When the screwdriver is released,
the terminal closes again.
You can find further information on the max. wire cross-section under
"Technical data - Electromechanical data".
7. Check the hold of the wires in the terminals by lightly pulling on
them
8. Connect the screen to the internal ground terminal, connect the
external ground terminal to potential equalisation
9. Tighten the compression nut of the cable entry gland. The seal
ring must completely encircle the cable
10. Reinsert the display and adjustment module, if one was installed
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11. Screw the housing lid back on
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Wiring plan
5.3 Wiring plan
power supply
Sensor
HART
2
R
(+)1
(+)3
2(-) off on
4(-)
3
4
1
Fig. 10: Wiring plan VEGADIS 82 4 … 20 mA/HART
1
2
3
4
To the sensor
Switch for communication resistor (on = activated, off = deactivated)
Terminal for connection of the cable screen
For power supply
Wiring plan - Panel
mounting
1
2
3
4
2
3
1
Fig. 11: Wiring plan VEGADIS 82 for 4 … 20 mA sensors - panel mounting
1 To the sensor
2 Ground terminal in the switching cabinet for connection of the cable screen
3 For power supply
5.4 Connection HART standard
The following illustration shows in a simplified way the use of
VEGADIS 82 in conjunction with a HART sensor.
Note:
If the instrument is powered via a VEGAMET signal conditioning
instrument, the communication resistance is already included in the
signal conditioning instrument. The communication resistance in
VEGADIS 82 may not be activated.
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=
2
3
~
1
Fig. 12: Installation example VEGADIS 82 in conjunction with an individual
sensor
1Sensor
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Voltage supply/Processing
5.5 Connection HART multidrop
The following illustrations show in a simplified way the use of
VEGADIS 82 in conjunction with several HART sensors.
Note:
If the instrument is powered via a VEGAMET signal conditioning
instrument, the communication resistance is already included in the
signal conditioning instrument. The communication resistance in
VEGADIS 82 may not be activated.
=
2
3
~
1
Fig. 13: Installation example with one VEGADIS 82 for several sensors in a
Multidrop system
1Sensor
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Voltage supply/Processing
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5.6 Connection signal conditioning instrument/
four-wire sensor
The following illustrations show in a simplified way the connection of
VEGADIS 82 to a VEGAMET signal conditioning instrument.
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VEGAMET signal conditioning instrument
+ -
+ -
1 2
3 4
1
2
1
2
on
%
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5
N- L1+
1
2
3
Fig. 14: Connection of VEGADIS 82 as external display to a signal conditioning
instrument
1Sensor
2 Signal conditioning instrument
3 VEGADIS 82
There terminals 1 and 2 on VEGADIS 82 must be bridged (see following illustration):
power supply
Sensor
HART
R
(+)1
3
+
-
2(-) off on
1
2
(+)3
4(-)
Fig. 15: Bridge between terminals 1 and 2 on the VEGADIS 82
1Bridge
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Signal conditioning instrument
Four-wire sensor with ac- The following illustration shows the simplified the connection of
tive 4 … 20 mA output
VEGADIS 82 to a four-wire sensor with active 4 … 20 mA output.
For this, terminals 1 and 4 on VEGADIS 82 must be bridged.
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power supply
Sensor
HART
R
(+)1
2
1
+
-
3
2(-) off on
(+)3
4(-)
Fig. 16: Bridge between terminals 1 and 4 on the VEGADIS 82
1Bridge
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Active sensor
5.7 Connection example
4...20mA
power supply
Sensor
HART
R
(+)1
2(-)
4
5
6
7
(+)1
8
3
2(-) off on
2
(+)3
4(-)
1
Fig. 17: Connection example 4 … 20 mA/HART
1 Voltage supply
2 VEGADIS 82
3 Connection cable
4Sensor
5.8 Switch-on phase
After connecting the instrument to power supply or after a voltage
recurrence, the instrument carries out a self-check for approx. 10 s:
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Internal check of the electronics
Indication of the instrument type, hardware and software version,
measurement loop name on the display or PC
Indication of a status message on the display or PC
The duration of the warm-up phase depends on the connected sensor.
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Then the actual measured value is displayed. You can find further
information on the display in chapter "Measured value indication Selection national language".
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6 Set up with the display and adjustment
module
Function/Configuration
6.1 Short description
The display and adjustment module is used for measured value
display, adjustment and diagnosis. It can be mounted in the following
housing versions and instruments:
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All continuously measuring sensors in single as well as double
chamber housing version (optionally in the electronics or terminal
compartment)
External display and adjustment unit
Note:
You can find detailed information on adjustment in the operating
instructions manual "Display and adjustment module".
Mount/dismount display
and adjustment module
6.2 Insert display and adjustment module
The display and adjustment module can be inserted into VEGADIS
82 and removed again at any time. It is not necessary to interrupt the
power supply.
Proceed as follows for mounting the display and adjustment module:
1. Unscrew the housing lid
2. Place the display and adjustment module in the desired position
on the electronics (you can choose any one of four different positions - each displaced by 90°)
3. Press the display and adjustment module onto the electronics
and turn it to the right until it snaps in
4. Screw housing lid with inspection window tightly back on
Disassembly is carried out in reverse order.
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Fig. 18: Mounting of the display and adjustment module
6.3 Adjustment system
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Fig. 19: Display and adjustment elements
1 LC display
2 Adjustment keys
Key functions
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[OK] key:
–– Move to the menu overview
–– Confirm selected menu
–– Edit parameter
–– Save value
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[->] key:
–– Change measured value presentation
–– Select list entry
–– Select menu items in the quick setup menu
–– Select editing position
[+] key:
–– Change value of the parameter
[ESC] key:
–– Interrupt input
–– Jump to next higher menu
Adjustment system
The instrument is operated via the four keys of the display and
adjustment module. The individual menu items are shown on the LC
display. You can find the function of the individual keys in the previous
illustration.
Time functions
When the [+] and [->] keys are pressed quickly, the edited value,
or the cursor, changes one value or position at a time. If the key is
pressed longer than 1 s, the value or position changes continuously.
When the [OK] and [ESC] keys are pressed simultaneously for more
than 5 s, the display returns to the main menu. The menu language is
then switched over to "English".
Approx. 60 minutes after the last pressing of a key, an automatic reset
to measured value indication is triggered. Any values not confirmed
with [OK] will not be saved.
Measured value indication
6.4 Measured value indication - Selection of
national language
With the [->] key you can move between five different views:
First view: Display value 1 in big lettering, TAG number
Second view: Display value 1, a bargraph corresponding to the
4 … 20 mA value, TAG number
Third view: Display values 1 and 2, TAG number
Fourth view: Display values 1, 2 and 3, TAG number
Fifth view: Display values 1, 2, 3 and 4, TAG number
With the "OK" key you move (during the initial setup of the instrument)
to the selection menu "Language".
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This menu item is used to select the national language for further
parameter adjustment. A later change of the selection is possible via
menu item "Setup - Display, Menu language".
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Selection of national
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With the "OK" key you move to the start menu.
Start menu
6.5 Start menu
The start menu is divided into two sections with the following functions:
The selection branches into the following menus for parameter adjustment of the VEGADIS 82 or the connected sensor.
Note:
The symbol "S" is displayed in the upper right corner of the display if
there is a HART connection to the sensor.
Main menu
6.6 Parameter adjustment - VEGADIS 82
The main menu is divided into four areas with the following functions:
Setup: Settings, e.g. to measurement loop name, damping, scaling
Diagnosis: Information on the device status
Additional adjustments: Reset, copy display settings
Info: Instrument name, instrument version, date of manufacture,
instrument features
For optimum adjustment of the instrument, the individual submenu
items should be selected one after the other in the main menu item
"Setup" and provided with the correct parameter values.
Setup - Measurement
loop name
In the menu item "Measurement loop name" you edit a twelve digit
measurement loop designation label.
You can enter an unambiguous designation for the measured value,
e.g. the measurement loop name or the tank or product designation.
In digital systems and in the documentation of larger plants, a singular
designation must be entered for exact identification of individual
measuring points.
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The character set comprises the following ASCII signs with extension
according to ISO 8859-1:
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Letters from A … Z
Numbers from 0 … 9
Special characters such as +, -, /, - etc.
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Setup - Display, menu
language
This menu item allows a change of the national language.
The following languages are available:
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Setup - Display, indication value 1 to 4
German
English
French
Spanish
Russian
Italian
Dutch
Portuguese
Turkish
Polish
Czech
In this menu item you define the indication of the measured values
on the display. The selection comprises the current value in mA or as
scaled value as well as the HART values PV, SV, TV, QV.
The display values can be adjusted separately.
The default setting for the display value is "Current".
Setup - Display, lighting
The display and adjustment module has a backlight for the display.
In this menu item you can switch on the lighting. You can find the
required operating voltage in chapter "Technical data".
The lighting is switched off in delivery status.
It switches on automatically when the current in the signal circuit is
4 mA or higher.
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Note:
The lighting switches off automatically when the current in the signal
circuit is lower than 4 mA.
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Setup - Damping
To damp process-dependent measured value fluctuations, set an
integration time of 0 … 999 s in this menu item. The increment is 0.1 s.
The entered integration time influences the current value and the
display. The HART value remains unaffected.
Factory setting is 0 s.
Setup - Scaling
In the menu item "Scaling variable" you define the scaling variable
and unit of the measured value on the display, e.g. volume in l.
In addition to the offered standard units, there is the possibility, to create a user-defined unit.
Furthermore, via menu item "Scaling format" you define the position
of the comma and the assignment of the measured value for 0 % and
100 %.
Lock/unlock setup - Adjustment
In the menu item "Lock/unlock adjustment", you can protect the
instrument parameters against unauthorized modification. The PIN is
activated/deactivated permanently.
With active PIN, only the following adjustment functions are possible
without entering a PIN:
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Select menu items and show data
Read data from sensor into the display and adjustment module.
Caution:
When the PIN is active, adjustment via PACTware/DTM as well as
other systems is also blocked.
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The PIN number is entered while locking.
Diagnostics - Device
status
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In this menu item, the device status is displayed.
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In case of instrument failure, an error code with text message is displayed. You can find information on cause and rectification in chapter
"Diagnosis and service".
Additional settings Reset
After a reset, certain parameter adjustments made by the user are
reset.
The following reset functions are available:
Delivery status: Restores the parameter settings at the time of shipment Ex factory including the order-specific settings.
Basic settings: Resetting the parameter settings to the default values of the respective instrument.
The following table shows the default values of the instrument. Depending on the instrument version or application, all menu items may
not be available or some may be differently assigned:
Reset - Setup
Menu item
Parameter
Default value
Display
Measurement
loop name
Language
English
Displayed value
Signal current
Backlight
Switched off
Damping
Integration time
0 s
Scaling
Scaling size
%
Scaling format
20 mA correspond to 100.00 %
Display
Order-specific
4 mA correspond to 0.00 %
Released
Lock adjustment
Reset - Additional settings
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Parameter
Default value
HART mode
Primary Master
HART address
Address 0
With this function, the display settings are copied.
The following parameters or settings are saved:
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All parameters of the menu "Setup" as well as the menu item
"Additional adjustments - HART mode"
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Additional adjustments Copy display settings
Menu item
HART
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The copied data are permanently saved in the display and adjustment
module. They remain even in case of voltage loss.
Note:
Before the data are stored in the instrument, they are checked to
make sure they match the instrument. For this purpose, the instrument
type of the source data as well as the target instrument are displayed.
Storage takes place only after approval.
Additional adjustments HART mode
With the parameter "HART Master mode" you define the instrument
function as either Primary or Secondary Master.
The parameter "HART address", defines the address of the sensor
VEGADIS 82 communicates with via HART.
The factory setting is "Secondary Master" and the address 00.
In this menu item, you can read out the instrument name and the
instrument serial number:
Info - Instrument version
In this menu item, the hardware and software version of the sensor is
displayed.
Info - Factory calibration
date
In this menu item, the date of the factory calibration of the instrument as well as the date of the last change of sensor parameters is
displayed via the PC.
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Info - Instrument name
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Info - Instrument features
Main menu
In this menu item, instrument features such as approvals, electronics,
housing as well as others are displayed.
6.7 Parameter adjustment VEGAPULS WL 61
The main menu is divided into four areas with the following functions:
Setup: Settings, for example, for medium, application, vessel form,
adjustment, signal output
Diagnosis: Information, for example on the instrument status, peak
value, reliability, echo curve memory as well as simulation
Additional adjustment: False signal suppression, linearization, reset
Info: Instrument type and serial number
Setup - Application
With this menu item you can adapt the sensor to the measurement
conditions. The following options are available:
The selection "Standpipe" opens a new window in which the inner
diameter of the applied standpipe is entered.
The following features form the basis of the applications:
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Storage tank:
• Setup: large-volumed, upright cylindrical, spherical
• Medium speed: slow filling and emptying
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation
–– Smooth product surface
–– Max. requirement to the measurement accuracy
• Properties, sensor:
–– Low sensitivity to sporadic false echoes
–– Stable and reliable measured values through averaging
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–– High accuracy
–– Short reaction time of the sensor not required
Storage tank with product circulation:
Setup: large-volumed, upright cylindrical, spherical
Medium speed: slow filling and emptying
Vessel: small laterally mounted or large top mounted stirrer
Process/measurement conditions:
–– Relatively smooth product surface
–– Max. requirement to the measurement accuracy
–– Condensation
–– Slight foam generation
–– Overfilling possible
• Properties, sensor:
–– Low sensitivity to sporadic false echoes
–– Stable and reliable measured values through averaging
–– High accuracy, because not set for max. speed
–– False signal suppression recommended
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Storage tank on ships (Cargo Tank):
Medium speed: slow filling and emptying
Vessel:
–– Installations in the bottom section (bracers, heating spirals)
–– High sockets 200 … 500 mm, also with large diameters
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation, buildup by movement
–– Max. requirement on measurement accuracy from 95 %
• Properties, sensor:
–– Low sensitivity to sporadic false echoes
–– Stable and reliable measured values through averaging
–– High accuracy
–– False signal suppression required
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Stirrer vessel (reactor):
Setup: all vessel sizes possible
Medium speed:
–– Fast to slow filling possible
–– Vessel is filled and emptied very often
• Vessel:
–– Socket available
–– Large agitator blades of metal
–– Vortex breakers, heating spirals
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation, buildup by movement
–– Strong spout generation
–– Very agitated surface, foam generation
• Properties, sensor:
–– Higher measurement speed through less averaging
–– Sporadic false echoes are suppressed
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Dosing vessel:
Setup: all vessel sizes possible
Medium speed:
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–– Fast filling and emptying
–– Vessel is filled and emptied very often
Vessel: tight installation situation
Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation, buildup on the antenna
–– Foam generation
Properties, sensor:
–– Measurement speed optimized by virtually no averaging
–– Sporadic false echoes are suppressed
–– False signal suppression recommended
Standpipe:
Medium speed: very fast filling and emptying
Vessel:
–– Vent hole
–– Joins like flanges, weld joints
–– Shifting of the running time in the tube
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation
–– Buildup
• Properties, sensor:
–– Measurement speed optimized through little averaging
–– Entering the tube inside diameter takes the running time shift
into consideration
–– Echo detection sensitivity reduced
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Bypass:
Medium speed:
–– Fast up to slow filling with short up to long bypass tube possible
–– Often the level is hold via a control facility
• Vessel:
–– Lateral outlets and inlets
–– Joins like flanges, weld joints
–– Shifting of the running time in the tube
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation
–– Buildup
–– Separation of oil and water possible
–– Overfilling into the antenna possible
• Properties, sensor:
–– Measurement speed optimized through little averaging
–– Entering the tube inside diameter takes the running time shift
into consideration
–– Echo detection sensitivity reduced
–– False signal suppression recommended
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Plastic tank:
Vessel:
–– Instrument fix mounted or built in
–– Measurement through the vessel top, if appropriate to the
application
–– With empty vessel, the measurement can go through the bottom
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Process/measurement conditions:
–– Condensation on the plastic ceiling
–– In outdoor facilities, water and snow on vessel top possible
Properties, sensor:
–– False signals outside the vessel are not taken into consideration
–– False signal suppression recommended
Transportable plastic tank:
Vessel:
–– Material and thickness different
–– Measurement through the vessel top
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Measured value jump with vessel change
• Properties, sensor:
–– Quick adaptation to changing reflection conditions due to vessel change
–– False signal suppression required
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Open water (gauge measurement):
Rate of level change: slow level change
Process/measurement conditions:
–– Large distance from sensor to water surface
–– Extreme damping of output signal due to wave generation
–– Ice and condensation on the antenna possible
–– Spiders and insects build nests in the antennas
–– Floating material and animals sporadically appear on water
surface
• Properties, sensor:
–– Stable and reliable measured values through frequent averaging
–– Insensitive in the close range
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Open flume (flow measurement):
• Rate of level change: slow level change
• Process/measurement conditions:
–– Ice and condensation on the antenna possible
–– Spiders and insects build nests in the antennas
–– Smooth water surface
–– Exact measurement result required
–– Distance to the water surface normally relatively large
• Properties, sensor:
–– Stable and reliable measured values through frequent averaging
–– Insensitive in the close range
Rain water overfall (weir):
Rate of level change: slow level change
Process/measurement conditions:
–– Ice and condensation on the antenna possible
–– Spiders and insects build nests in the antennas
–– Turbulent water surface
–– Sensor flooding possible
• Properties, sensor:
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–– Stable and reliable measured values through frequent averaging
–– Insensitive in the close range
Demonstration:
Adjustment for all applications which are not typically level measurement
–– Instrument demonstration
–– Object recognition/monitoring (additional settings required)
• Properties, sensor:
–– Sensor accepts all measured value changes within the measuring range immediately
–– High sensitivity to interference, because virtually no averaging
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Caution:
If liquids with different dielectric constants separate in the vessel, for
example through condensation, the radar sensor can detect under
certain circumstances only the medium with the higher dielectric
constant. Keep in mind that layer interfaces can cause faulty measurements.
If you want to measure the total height of both liquids reliably, please
contact our service department or use an instrument specially designed for interface measurement.
Setup - Vessel form
Apart from the medium and the application, the vessel form itself can
influence the measurement. To adapt the sensor to these measuring
conditions, this menu item offers different options for vessel bottom
and ceiling for certain applications.
Enter the requested parameters via the appropriate keys, save your
settings with [OK] and jump to the next menu item with the [ESC] and
the [->] key.
Setup - Vessel height,
measuring range
Through this selection the operating range of the sensor is adapted
to the vessel height, which considerably increases measurement
certainty under different basic conditions.
The min. adjustment must be carried out independently of this.
Enter the requested parameters via the appropriate keys, save your
settings with [OK] and jump to the next menu item with the [ESC] and
the [->] key.
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Since the radar sensor is a distance measuring instrument, the
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indicate the actual level, an allocation of the measured distance to the
percentage height must be carried out.
To perform the adjustment, enter the distance with full and empty vessel, see the following example:
0,5 m
(19.68")
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2
5m
(196.85")
100%
0%
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Fig. 20: Parameterisation example, Min./max. adjustment
1 Min. level = max. measuring distance
2 Max. level = min. measuring distance
3 Reference plane = Starting point for the measurement
If these values are not known, an adjustment with the distances of e.g.
10 % and 90 % is possible. Starting point for these distance specifications is always the sealing surface of the thread or flange. You can find
specifications on the reference plane in chapter "Technical data". The
actual level is calculated on the basis of these settings.
The actual product level during this adjustment is not important,
because the min./max. adjustment is always carried out without
changing the product level. These settings can be made ahead of
time without the instrument having to be installed.
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Setup - Max. adjustment
Proceed as follows:
1. Select with [->] the menu item Max. adjustment and confirm with
[OK].
2. Prepare the percentage value for editing with [OK] and set the
cursor to the requested position with [->].
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3. Set the requested percentage value with [+] and save with [OK].
The cursor jumps now to the distance value.
4. Enter the appropriate distance value in m (corresponding to the
percentage value) for the full vessel. Keep in mind that the max.
level must lie below the min. distance to the antenna edge.
5. Save settings with [OK]
Setup - Min. adjustment
Proceed as follows:
1. Select the menu item "Setup" with [->] and confirm with [OK].
Now select with [->] the menu item "Min. adjustment" and confirm
with [OK].
2. Edit the percentage value with [OK] and set the cursor to the
requested position with [->].
3. Set the requested percentage value with [+] and save with [OK].
The cursor jumps now to the distance value.
4. Enter the suitable distance value in m for empty vessel (e.g. distance from the sensor to the vessel bottom) corresponding to the
percentage value.
5. Save settings with [OK] and move with [ESC] and [->] to the max.
adjustment.
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In this menu item, the device status is displayed.
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Diagnostics - Device
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Diagnosis - Curve indication
The "Echo curve" shows the signal strength of the echoes over the
measuring range in dB. The signal strength enables an evaluation of
the quality of the measurement.
The "False signal suppression" displays the saved false echoes (see
menu "Additional settings") of the empty vessel with signal strength in
"dB" over the entire measuring range.
A comparison of echo curve and false signal suppression allows a
more detailed statement about measurement reliability.
The selected curve is continuously updated. A submenu with zoom
functions is opened with the [OK] key:
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Diagnostics - Echo curve
memory
"X-Zoom": Zoom function for the meas. distance
"Y-Zoom": 1, 2, 5 and 10x signal magnification in "dB"
"Unzoom": Reset the presentation to the nominal measuring range
without magnification
The function "Echo curve memory" allows the echo curve to be saved
at the time of setup.
Note:
This is generally recommended, however, for use of the Asset
Management functions it is absolutely necessary. Saving should be
carried out with a very low level.
With the adjustment software PACTware and a PC, a high resolution
echo curve can be displayed and used to recognize signal changes
during operation. In addition, the echo curve of setup can be displayed in the echo curve window and compared with the current echo
curve.
Additional settings - False The following circumstances cause interfering reflections and can
signal suppression
influence the measurement:
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Vessel internals such as struts
Agitators
Buildup or welded joints on vessel walls
A false signal suppression detects, marks and saves these false
signals to ensure that they are ignored in the level measurement.
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Note:
This should be done with the lowest possible level so that all potential
interfering reflections can be detected.
Proceed as follows:
1. Select menu item "Additional settings" with [->] and confirm with
[OK]. With [->] select the menu item "False signal suppression"
and confirm with [OK].
2. Confirm again with [OK].
3. Confirm again with [OK].
4. Confirm again with [OK] and enter the actual distance from the
sensor to the product surface.
5. All interfering signals in this range are detected by the sensor and
stored after being confirmed with [OK].
Note:
Check the distance to the product surface, because if an incorrect
(too large) value is entered, the existing level will be saved as a false
signal. The level would then no longer be detectable in this area.
If a false signal suppression has already been created in the sensor,
the following menu window appears when selecting "False signal
suppression":
The menu item "Extend" is used to extend an already existing false
signal suppression. This is useful if a false signal suppression was
carried out with a too high level and not all false signals could be de-
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The menu item "Delete" is used to completely delete an already created false signal suppression. This is useful if the saved false signal
suppression no longer matches the metrological conditions in the
vessel.
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tected. When selecting "Extend", the distance to the product surface
of the created false signal suppression is displayed. This value can
now be changed and the false signal suppression can be extended to
this range.
Additional adjustments Linearization curve
A linearization is necessary for all vessels in which the vessel volume
does not increase linearly with the level - e.g. a horizontal cylindrical or spherical tank - and the indication or output of the volume is
required. Corresponding linearization curves are preprogrammed
for these vessels. They represent the correlation between the level
percentage and vessel volume.
By activating the appropriate curve, the volume percentage of the
vessel is displayed correctly. If the volume should not be displayed in
percent but e.g. in l or kg, a scaling can be also set in the menu item
"Display".
Enter the requested parameters via the appropriate keys, save your
settings and jump to the next menu item with the [ESC] and [->] key.
Caution:
Note the following if instruments with appropriate approval are used
as part of an overfill protection system according to WHG:
If a linearisation curve is selected, the measuring signal is no longer
necessarily linear to the filling height. This must be considered by the
user especially when setting the switching point on the limit signal
transmitter.
Additional settings Reset
After a reset, certain parameter adjustments made by the user are
reset.
The following reset functions are available:
Delivery status: Restores the parameter settings at the time of shipment from the factory, incl. order-specific settings. Any stored false
signal suppression or user-programmed linearisation curve, as well
as the measured value memory, are deleted.
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Basic settings: Restores the parameter settings, incl. special
parameters, to the default values of the respective instrument. Any
stored false signal suppression or user-programmed linearisation
curve, as well as the measured value memory, are deleted.
Setup: Restores the parameter settings made in the menu item
Setup to the default values of the respective instrument. False signal
suppression, user-programmed linearisation curve, measured value
memory and event memory remain untouched. The linearisation is set
to linear.
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False signal suppression: Deletes a previously created false signal
suppression. The false signal suppression created at the factory
remains active.
Peak values distance: Resetting the measured min. and max.
distances to the actual measured value.
The following table shows the default values of the instrument. Depending on the instrument version, not all menu items are available or
some may be differently assigned:
Menu
Menu item
Default value
Setup
Measurement
loop name
Sensor
Medium
Liquid/Water
Application
Storage tank
Vessel form
Vessel bottom, dished form
Vessel height/
Measuring range
Recommended measuring range, see
"Technical data" in the supplement
Min. adjustment
Recommended measuring range, see
"Technical data" in the supplement
Max. adjustment
0,000 m(d)
Damping
0.0 s
Current output
mode
4 … 20 mA, < 3.6 mA
Current output Min./Max.
Min. current 3.8 mA, max. current
20.5 mA
Lock adjustment
Additional settings Linearisation
curve
Vessel top, dished form
Released
Linear
Info - Instrument name
In this menu item, you can read out the instrument name and the
instrument serial number.
Main menu
The main menu is divided into four areas with the following functions:
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Diagnosis: Information, for example, on device status, peak value
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Basic adjustment: Settings, for example of the unit of measurement,
position correction, adjustment, damping, signal output
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Service: Reset
Info: Instrument type and serial number
Basic adjustment - Adjustment unit
In this menu item, the adjustment units of the instrument are determined. The selection determines the unit displayed in the menu items
"Min. adjustment (Zero)" and "Max. adjustment (Span)".
Unit of measurement:
If the level should be adjusted in a height unit, the density of the medium must also be entered later during the adjustment.
Enter the requested parameters via the appropriate keys, save your
settings with [OK] and jump to the next menu item with the [ESC] and
the [->] key.
Basic adjustment - Position correction
The installation position of the instrument can shift the measured
value (offset). The position correction compensates this offset. By doing so, the actual measured value is taken over automatically.
If the actual measured value should be taken over as correction value
during automatic position correction, this value must not be influenced by product coverage or static pressure.
With the manual position correction, the offset value can be determined by the user. Select for this purpose the function "Edit" and
enter the requested value.
Save your settings with [OK] and move with [ESC] and [->] to the
next menu item.
After the position correction is carried out, the actual measured value
is corrected to 0. The corrective value appears with an inverse sign as
offset value in the display.
The position correction can be repeated as often as necessary. However, if the sum of the corrective values exceeds 20 % of the nominal
measuring range, then no position correction is possible.
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Parameterization example During adjustment, the pressure is entered e.g. for the level with full
and empty vessel, see following example:
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2
2m
(78.74")
100%
0%
1
Fig. 21: Parameter adjustment example "Min./max. adjustment, level measurement"
1 Min. level = 0 % corresponds to 0.0 mbar
2 Max. level = 100 % corresponds to 196.2 mbar
If these values are not known, an adjustment with filling levels of e.g.
10 % and 90 % is also possible. By means of these settings, the real
filling height is then calculated.
The real product level during the adjustment is not important, because
the min./max. adjustment is always carried out without changing the
product level. These settings can be made ahead of time without the
instrument having to be installed.
Note:
If the adjustment ranges are exceeded, the entered value will not be
accepted. Editing can be interrupted with [ESC] or corrected to a
value within the adjustment ranges.
Basic adjustment - Min.
adjustment
Proceed as follows:
1. Select the menu item "Setup" with [->] and confirm with [OK].
Now select with [->] the menu item "Adjustment", then "Min.
adjustment" and confirm with [OK].
2. Edit the percentage value with [OK] and set the cursor to the
requested position with [->].
4. Enter the pressure value corresponding to the min. level (e.g.
0 mbar).
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3. Set the requested percentage value (e.g. 10 %) with [+] and save
with [OK]. The cursor jumps now to the pressure value.
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5. Save settings with [OK] and move with [ESC] and [->] to the max.
adjustment.
The min. adjustment is finished.
For an adjustment with filling, simply enter the actual measured value
indicated at the bottom of the display.
Basic adjustment - Max.
adjustment
Proceed as follows:
1. Select with [->] the menu item Max. adjustment and confirm with
[OK].
2. Edit the percentage value with [OK] and set the cursor to the
requested position with [->].
3. Set the requested percentage value (e.g. 90 %) with [+] and save
with [OK]. The cursor jumps now to the pressure value.
4. Enter the pressure value for the full vessel (e.g. 900 mbar) corresponding to the percentage value.
5. Save settings with [OK]
The max. adjustment is finished.
For an adjustment with filling, simply enter the actual measured value
indicated at the bottom of the display.
Basic adjustment - Damp- To damp process-dependent measured value fluctuations, set an
ing
integration time of 0 … 999 s in this menu item. The increment is 0.1 s.
Factory setting is 0 s.
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Basic adjustment - Linearization
A linearization is necessary for all vessels in which the vessel volume
does not increase linearly with the level - e.g. a horizontal cylindrical or spherical tank - and the indication or output of the volume is
required. Corresponding linearization curves are preprogrammed for
these vessels. They represent the correlation between the level percentage and vessel volume. The linearization applies to the measured
value indication and the current output.
Caution:
Note the following, if the respective sensor is used as part of an overfill protection system according to WHG:
If a linearisation curve is selected, the measuring signal is no longer
necessarily linear to the filling height. This must be considered by the
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user especially when setting the switching point on the limit signal
transmitter.
Diagnostics - Device
status
In this menu item, the device status is displayed.
Diagnosis - Peak value
The respective min. and max. measured values are saved in the
sensor. The two values are displayed in menu item "Peak values,
pressure".
In another window you can carry out a reset of the peak values
separately.
Service - Reset
After a reset, certain parameter adjustments made by the user are
reset.
The following table shows the default values of the instrument:
Reset - Basic adjustment
Menu item
Parameter
Default value
Unit of measure- Unit of measurement
ment
mbar (with nominal measuring range
≤ 400 mbar)
Position correction
0.00 bar
Adjustment
Damping
bar (with nominal measuring ranges
≥ 1 bar)
Min. adjustment
0.00 bar
Max. adjustment
Nominal measuring range in bar
Integration time
0 s
0.00 %
100.00 %
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Menu item
Parameter
Default value
Peak value
Pressure
Actual measured value
Temperature
Actual temperature value
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Reset - Diagnosis
6 Set up with the display and adjustment module
Info - Instrument name
Main menu
In this menu item, you read out the instrument type and the serial
number:
6.9 Parameter adjustment - Sensors from other
manufacturers via Generic HART
The main menu is divided into three areas with the following functions:
Setup: Settings, for example measurement loop name, PV unit, Upper and Lower Range, damping
Diagnosis: Information, for example on the device status
Info: Instrument name
The submenu points are described below.
Setup - Sensor TAG
In the menu item "Sensor TAG" you edit a twelve-digit measurement
loop designation.
You can enter an unambiguous designation for the sensor, e.g. the
measurement loop name or the tank or product designation. In digital
systems and in the documentation of larger plants, a singular designation must be entered for exact identification of individual measuring
points.
The available digits include:
•
•
•
Setup - PV unit
Letters from A … Z
Numbers from 0 … 9
Special characters +, -, /, -
In this menu item, the adjustment unit of the instrument is determined.
The selection determines the displayed unit in the menu items "Lower
Range" and "Upper Range".
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Unit of measurement:
Enter the requested parameters via the appropriate keys, save your
settings with [OK] and jump to the next menu item with the [ESC] and
the [->] key.
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6 Set up with the display and adjustment module
Setup - Upper Range
Proceed as follows:
1. Select with [->] the menu item "Upper Range" and confirm with
[OK].
2. Edit the percentage value with [OK] and set the cursor to the
requested position with [->].
3. Set the requested percentage value (e.g. 90 %) with [+] and save
with [OK]. The cursor jumps now to the pressure value.
4. Enter the pressure value for the full vessel (e.g. 900 mbar) corresponding to the percentage value.
5. Store settings with [OK] and move to the Lower Range with
"ESC".
The adjustment of the Upper Range is hence finished.
For an adjustment with filling, simply enter the actual measured value
indicated at the bottom of the display.
Setup - Lower Range
Proceed as follows:
1. Select with [->] the menu item "Lower Range" and confirm with
[OK].
2. Edit the percentage value with [OK] and set the cursor to the
requested position with [->].
3. Set the requested percentage value (e.g. 10 %) with [+] and save
with [OK]. The cursor jumps now to the pressure value.
4. Enter the pressure value corresponding to the min. level (e.g.
0 mbar).
5. Save settings with [OK] and move with [ESC] and [->] to the max.
adjustment.
The adjustment of the Lower Range is hence finished.
To damp process-dependent measured value fluctuations, set an integration time of 0 … 999 s in this menu item. The increment is 1 s.
Diagnostics - Device
status
In this menu item, the device status is displayed.
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Setup - Damping
6 Set up with the display and adjustment module
In this menu item, you can read out the instrument name and the
instrument serial number:
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Info - Instrument name
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7 Setup via PACTware
7 Setup via PACTware
Via the interface adapter
on VEGADIS 82
7.1 Connect the PC
The PC is connected via the interface adapter VEGACONNECT to
VEGADIS 82.
Parameter adjustment options:
•
•
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Sensor
2
3
1
Fig. 22: Connection of the PC via interface adapter
1 USB cable to the PC
2 Interface adapter VEGACONNECT
3 VEGADIS 82
Via HART modem
The PC is connected via a HART modem to the sensor side of the
VEGADIS 82.
Parameter adjustment options:
•
Sensor
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7 Setup via PACTware
power supply
Sensor
HART
R
(+)1
2(-) off on
(+)3
4(-)
2
4
1
3
5
6
Fig. 23: Connecting the PC via HART to the signal cable
1 Processing system/PLC/Voltage supply
2 VEGADIS 82
3 To the sensor
4 Connection cable with 2 mm pins and terminals
5 HART modem
6PC
Prerequisites
7.2 Parameter adjustment
For parameter adjustment of the instrument via a Windows PC, the
configuration software PACTware and a suitable instrument driver
(DTM) according to FDT standard are required. The latest PACTware
version as well as all available DTMs are compiled in a DTM Collection. The DTMs can also be integrated into other frame applications
according to FDT standard.
Note:
To ensure that all instrument functions are supported, you should
always use the latest DTM Collection. Furthermore, not all described
functions are included in older firmware versions. You can download
the latest instrument software from our homepage. A description of
the update procedure is also available in the Internet.
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Further setup steps are described in the operating instructions manual "DTM Collection/PACTware" attached to each DTM Collection and
which can also be downloaded from the Internet. Detailed descriptions are available in the online help of PACTware and the DTMs.
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Fig. 24: Example of a DTM view
Standard/Full version
All device DTMs are available as a free-of-charge standard version
and as a full version that must be purchased. In the standard version,
all functions for complete setup are already included. An assistant for
simple project configuration simplifies the adjustment considerably.
Saving/printing the project as well as import/export functions are also
part of the standard version.
In the full version there is also an extended print function for complete
project documentation as well as a save function for measured value
and echo curves. In addition, there is a tank calculation program as
well as a multiviewer for display and analysis of the saved measured
value and echo curves.
The standard version is available as a download under
www.vega.com/downloads and "Software". The full version is available on CD from the agency serving you.
7.3 Saving the parameterisation data
We recommend documenting or saving the parameterisation data via
PACTware. That way the data are available for multiple use or service
purposes.
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8 Diagnostics and servicing
8.1Maintenance
If the instrument is used correctly, no maintenance is required in
normal operation.
8.2 Asset Management function
The instrument supports the self-monitoring and diagnosis of the connected sensor. Status or failure messages are displayed according to
the sensor via display and adjustment module, PACTware/DTM and
EDD.
Sensors
You can find a detailed overview of this function in the operating
instructions of the respective sensor.
The following table shows the error codes and text messages of the
VEGADIS 82 and gives information on the cause and removal.
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Code
Reason
Rectification
S003
•CRC error during self-
•Carry out a reset
•Send instrument for repair
•Check connection of the sensor
•Check HART address of the sensor
Text message
CRC-error
F008
Sensor not found
check
•Sensor is in the warm-up
phase
•HART communication is
malfunctioning
F013
Sensor or measurement
loop malfunctioning
F014
•Short-circuit or sensor
F015
•Line break or sensor
S021
•Scaling span too small
•Check cable
•Check sensor
•Check cable
•Check sensor, probably already in the run-in period
•Carry out a fresh scaling, increase the distance
S022
•Scaling value too high
•Check scaling values and correct, if necessary
Sensor input: Short-circuit
Sensor input: Line break
Scaling: Span too small
Scaling: Value too high
S030
Measured value: not valid
F034
EEPROM: CRC error
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valid measured value
•Send instrument for repair
F035
ROM: CRC error
current > 21 mA
current < 3.6 mA
between min. and max. scaling.
•Sensor in boot phase •Check sensor parameter adjustment
•Measured value not valid
•EEPROM: CRC error •Switch the instrument off and on
•Carry out reset to default setting
•Send instrument for repair
•ROM: CRC error
•Switch the instrument off and on
•Carry out reset to default setting
•Send instrument for repair
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Code
Reason
Rectification
F036
•Instrument software
•Wait until software update is finished
•Carry out another software update
Text message
No executable software
version
F037
RAM defective
F040
General hardware error
S053
Sensor measuring range
too small
not executable (during
software update or after
failed update)
•Error of the RAM in the •Switch the instrument off and on
internal data memory
•Carry out reset to default setting
•Send instrument for repair
•Hardware error
•Switch the instrument off and on
•Carry out reset to default setting
•Send instrument for repair
S
ensor
measuring
range
•
•HART communication error: Check sensor cable and
not read correctly
screening
•Switch the instrument off and on
8.3 Rectify faults
Reaction when malfunction occurs
The operator of the system is responsible for taking suitable measures to rectify faults.
Check the 4 … 20 mA
signal
Connect a multimeter in the suitable measuring range according to
the wiring plan. The following table describes possible errors in the
current signal and helps to eliminate them:
Error
4 … 20 mA signal not stable
4 … 20 mA signal missing
Reason
•
Fluctuations of the
measured variable
•Electrical connection
faulty
Rectification
•Set damping appropriate to the instrument via the
display and adjustment module or PACTware/DTM
•Check connection according to chapter "Connection
steps" and if necessary, correct according to chapter
"Wiring plan"
•Voltage supply missing •Check cables for breaks; repair if necessary
•Operating voltage too •Check, adapt if necessary
low or load resistance
too high
Current signal greater than
22 mA or less than 3.6 mA
•Electronics module in the •Exchange the instrument or send it in for repair
sensor defective
Reaction after fault rectification
Depending on the reason for the fault and the measures taken, the
steps described in chapter "Setup" must be carried out again or must
be checked for plausibility and completeness.
24 hour service hotline
Should these measures not be successful, please call in urgent cases
the VEGA service hotline under the phone no. +49 1805 858550.
Since we offer this service worldwide, the support is provided in
English. The service itself is free of charge, the only costs involved are
the normal call charges.
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The hotline is also available outside normal working hours, seven
days a week around the clock.
8 Diagnostics and servicing
8.4 Exchanging the electronics module
In case of a defect, the user can replace the electronics module with
another one of identical type.
In Ex applications, only instruments and electronics modules with appropriate Ex approval may be used.
If there is no electronics module available on site, one can be ordered
from the agency serving you.
8.5 Software update
The following components are required to update the instrument
software:
•
•
•
•
•
Instrument
Voltage supply
Interface adapter VEGACONNECT
PC with PACTware
Current instrument software as file
You can find the current instrument software as well as detailed
information on the procedure in the download area of our homepage:
www.vega.com.
Caution:
Instruments with approvals can be bound to certain software versions.
Therefore make sure that the approval is still effective after a software
update is carried out.
You can find detailed information in the download area at
www.vega.com.
8.6 How to proceed if a repair is necessary
You can find an instrument return form as well as detailed information about the procedure in the download area of our homepage:
www.vega.com.
By doing this you help us carry out the repair quickly and without having to call back for needed information.
If a repair is necessary, please proceed as follows:
•
•
•
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Print and fill out one form per instrument
Clean the instrument and pack it damage-proof
Attach the completed form and, if need be, also a safety data
sheet outside on the packaging
Please contact the agency serving you to get the address for
the return shipment. You can find the agency on our home page
www.vega.com.
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9 Dismount
9Dismount
9.1 Dismounting steps
Warning:
Before dismounting, be aware of dangerous process conditions such
as e.g. pressure in the vessel or pipeline, high temperatures, corrosive or toxic products etc.
Take note of chapters "Mounting" and "Connecting to power supply"
and carry out the listed steps in reverse order.
9.2Disposal
The instrument consists of materials which can be recycled by specialised recycling companies. We use recyclable materials and have
designed the electronics to be easily separable.
WEEE directive 2002/96/EG
This instrument is not subject to the WEEE directive 2002/96/EG and
the respective national laws. Pass the instrument directly on to a specialised recycling company and do not use the municipal collecting
points. These may be used only for privately used products according
to the WEEE directive.
Correct disposal avoids negative effects on humans and the environment and ensures recycling of useful raw materials.
Materials: see chapter "Technical data"
If you have no way to dispose of the old instrument properly, please
contact us concerning return and disposal.
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10.1 Technical data
Materials and weights
Materials
ƲƲ Plastic housing
plastic PBT (Polyester)
ƲƲ Stainless steel housing
316L precision casting, blasted
ƲƲ Aluminium housing
Aluminium die-casting AlSi10Mg, powder-coated (basis:
Polyester)
ƲƲ Seal between housing and housing lid NBR (stainless steel housing), silicone (Aluminium/plastic housing)
ƲƲ Inspection window in housing cover
(in version with display and adjustment module)
Polycarbonate, coated
ƲƲ Ground terminal
316L
ƲƲ Cable gland/Seal insert
Deviating materials - Ex-d version
ƲƲ Inspection window in housing cover
(in version with display and adjustment module)
PA/NBR
Single-pane safety glass
ƲƲ Cable gland/Seal insert
Brass nickel-plated/NBR
ƲƲ Adapter plate, housing side
316
ƲƲ Mounting screws
316
Materials for carrier rail mounting
ƲƲ Adapter plate, carrier rail side
Materials for tube mounting
ƲƲ Brackets
ƲƲ Mounting screws
Materials for panel mounting
Zinc die casting
StSt
StSt
ƲƲ Housing
PPE
ƲƲ Screw clamps
St, nickel plated
ƲƲ Transparent cover
PS
Weights without mounting elements approx.
ƲƲ Plastic housing
0.35 kg (0.772 lbs)
ƲƲ Stainless steel housing
2.0 kg (4.409 lbs)
ƲƲ Aluminium housing
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Mounting elements approx.
ƲƲ Brackets for tube mounting
0.7 kg (1.543 lbs)
0.4 kg (0.882 lbs)
ƲƲ Adapter plate for carrier rail mounting 0.5 kg (1.102 lbs)
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Torques
Max. torque for NPT cable glands and Conduit tubes
ƲƲ Plastic housing
ƲƲ Aluminium/Stainless steel housing
Signal and supply circuit
Operating voltage max.
10 Nm (7.376 lbf ft)
50 Nm (36.88 lbf ft)
35 V DC
Voltage drop with current value 4 … 20 mA
ƲƲ Without lighting
max. 1.7 V
ƲƲ With activated HART resistance additionally max.
4.5 V
ƲƲ With lighting
HART resistance
Current range
Overcurrent resistance
Reverse voltage protection
Functional safety
max. 3.2 V
200 Ω
3.5 … 22.5 mA1)
100 mA
Available
SIL non-reactive
Current measurement (reference temperature 20 °C)
Measuring range loop current
3.5 … 22.5 mA
Deviation
±0.1 % of 20 mA
Interval
250 ms
Temperature coefficient
Display and adjustment module
Display element
Measured value indication
ƲƲ Number of digits
±0.1 % of the span/10 K
Display with backlight
5
ƲƲ Size of digits
W x H = 7 x 13 mm
ƲƲ 4 keys
[OK], [->], [+], [ESC]
ƲƲ unassembled
IP 20
Adjustment elements
Protection rating
ƲƲ mounted in the housing without lid
Materials
ƲƲ Housing
ƲƲ Inspection window
1)
ABS
Polyester foil
SIL non-reactive
If the loop current is not sufficient for operation, the display does not work. When the measured values are
outside the measuring range, a message is displayed instead of the measured value.
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Functional safety
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Adjustment elements
Slide switch in the connection compartment
Activate/deactivate the integrated communication resistance for HART
Ambient conditions
Storage and transport temperature
-40 … +80 °C (-40 … +176 °F)
Ambient temperature
ƲƲ without display and adjustment
module
ƲƲ With display and adjustment module
Process conditions
Vibration resistance
Vibration resistance with carrier rail
mounting
Shock resistance
Electromechanical data
Options of the cable entry
-40 … +80 °C (-40 … +176 °F)
-20 … +70 °C (-4 … +158 °F)
4 g at 5 … 200 Hz according to EN 60068-2-6 (vibration
with resonance)
1 g at 5 … 200 Hz according to EN 60068-2-6 (vibration
with resonance)
100 g, 6 ms according to EN 60068-2-27 (mechanical
shock)
ƲƲ Cable entry
M20 x 1.5, ½ NPT
ƲƲ Blind plug
M20 x 1.5; ½ NPT
ƲƲ Cable gland
ƲƲ Closing cap
Connection terminals
ƲƲ Type
M20 x 1.5, ½ NPT
½ NPT
Spring-loaded terminal
ƲƲ Stripping length
8 mm
ƲƲ Massive wire, stranded wire
0.2 … 2.5 mm² (AWG 24 … 14)
Wire cross-section of the connection cable (according to IEC 60228)
ƲƲ Stranded wire with end sleeve
0.2 … 1.5 mm² (AWG 24 … 16)
Electromechanical data - Panel mounting
Terminals, plug connector
ƲƲ Type
Spring-loaded terminal
ƲƲ Stripping length
8 mm
ƲƲ Massive wire, stranded wire
0.2 … 1.5 mm² (AWG 24 … 16)
Wire cross-section of the connection cable (according to IEC 60228)
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ƲƲ Stranded wire with end sleeve
Electrical protective measures
Protection rating
ƲƲ Plastic housing
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0.25 … 0.75 mm² (AWG 24 … 18)
IEC 60529 IP 66/IP 67, NEMA Type 4X
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ƲƲ Housing for panel mounting (mounted)
ƲƲ Aluminium/Stainless steel housing
Connection of the feeding power supply
unit
Altitude above sea level
ƲƲ by default
IEC 60529 IP 40, NEMA Type 1
IEC 60529IP 66/IP 68 (0.2 bar), NEMA Type 6P
Networks of overvoltage category III
up to 2000 m (6562 ft)
ƲƲ with connected overvoltage protection up to 5000 m (16404 ft)
Pollution degree2)
4
Protection class
II
10.2 HART communication
The HART protocol operates with frequency shift keying (FSK) based on the data communication
standard Bell 202. The digital signal is generated from the frequencies 1200 and 2200 Hz, which
represent the bit information 1 and 0. Sine curves with these frequencies are superimposed on the
direct current in the wire pair of the field instrument. The average value of the superimposed signal
is zero. For that reason, the 4 … 20 mA signal is not influenced by the simultaneous digital data
transmission.
Supported HART commands
Command no.
Command name
0
Read Unique Identifier
Sensor identification
1
Read primary variable
Primary Value with unit
3
Read current 4 Variables
PV, SV, QV, TV with unit
13
Read Tag, descriptor, date Sensor TAG, …
15
Read output information
Scaling values
18
Write Damping value
Damping
34
Write Tag, descriptor, date
Sensor TAG, …
35
Write range values
Write scaling values
36
Set upper range value
Max. adjustment/SPAN
37
Set lower range value
Min. adjustment/ZERO
44
Write PV units
PV unit
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Description
When used with fulfilled housing protection
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10.3Dimensions
VEGADIS 82, plastic housing
~ 69 mm
(2.72")
6,5 mm
(0.26")
85 mm
(3.35")
ø 79 mm
(3.11")
82 mm
(3.23")
97 mm
(3.82")
97 mm
(3.82")
Fig. 25: VEGADIS 82 with plastic housing
VEGADIS 82, Plastic housing (Panel mounting)
72,5 mm
(2.85")
67 mm
(2.64")
78,2 mm
(3.08")
72,5 mm
(2.85")
70 mm
(2.76")
77 mm
(3.03")
22,5 mm
(0.89")
56 mm
(2.20")
76 mm
(2.99")
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VEGADIS 82, aluminium housing
~ 75,2 mm
(2.95")
5 mm
(0.2")
87 mm
(3.43")
ø 86 mm
(3.39")
97 mm
(3.82")
82 mm
(3.23")
97 mm
(3.82")
Fig. 27: VEGADIS 82 with Aluminium housing
VEGADIS 82, Stainless steel housing (precision casting)
~ 75 mm
(2.95")
5 mm
(0.2")
87 mm
(3.43")
ø 86 mm
(3.39")
97 mm
(3.82")
82 mm
(3.23")
97 mm
(3.82")
Fig. 28: VEGADIS 82, with stainless steel housing (precision casting)
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Mounting elements
97 mm
(3.82")
82 mm
(3.23")
97 mm
(3.82")
11 mm
(0.43")
82 mm
(3.23")
7 mm
(0.28")
Fig. 29: Adapter plate for carrier rail mounting of VEGADIS 82
48...84 mm
(1.89"...3.31")
82 mm
(3.23")
20 mm
(0.79")
15 mm
(0.59")
2 mm
(0.08")
2 mm
(0.08")
mm
...60
ø 29
6")
"...2.3
(1.14
20 mm
(0.79")
M6
97 mm
(3.82")
20 mm
(0.79")
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10.4 Industrial property rights
VEGA product lines are global protected by industrial property rights. Further information see
www.vega.com.
VEGA Produktfamilien sind weltweit geschützt durch gewerbliche Schutzrechte.
Nähere Informationen unter www.vega.com.
Les lignes de produits VEGA sont globalement protégées par des droits de propriété intellectuelle. Pour plus d'informations, on pourra se référer au site www.vega.com.
VEGA lineas de productos están protegidas por los derechos en el campo de la propiedad industrial. Para mayor información revise la pagina web www.vega.com.
Линии продукции фирмы ВЕГА защищаются по всему миру правами на интеллектуальную
собственность. Дальнейшую информацию смотрите на сайте www.vega.com.
VEGA系列产品在全球享有知识产权保护。
进一步信息请参见网站<www.vega.com。
10.5Trademark
All the brands as well as trade and company names used are property of their lawful proprietor/
originator.
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INDEX
INDEX
A
Adjustment 35, 36, 41
––Lower Range 46
––Max. adjustment 43
––Min. adjustment 42
––System 24
––Unit 45
––Upper Range 46
Adjustment menu 25, 40
Application area 8
C
M
Main menu 30
Modes 9
Mounting
––Carrier rail 12
––Front panel 14
––Position 12
––Tube 13
O
Overfill protection according to WHG 39
Change the language 26
Check output signal 52
Connection
––Cable 15
––Steps 16
––Technology 16
Copy sensor settings 28
Curve display
––Echo curve 37
––False signal suppression 37
P
D
Damping 27, 43, 46
Default values 28, 40, 44
Display lighting 26
Scaling 27
Sensor status 36
Service hotline 52
Set display parameters 26
E
T
Echo curve of the setup 37
Error codes 51
F
False signal suppression 37
G
Grounding 16
H
HART mode 29
Peak value indicator
––Pressure 44
Position correction 41
R
Recycling 54
Repair 53
Reset 28, 39, 44
S
Type label 7
V
Vessel
––Vessel form 34
––Vessel height 34
Voltage supply 15
W
WEEE directive 54
I
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L
Linearisation 43
Linearisation curve 39
Lock adjustment 27
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