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Quick Start Guide
DVC6200 Digital Valve Controllers
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Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ DVC6200 Series Digital Valve
Controllers
Contents
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Step 1. Install the DVC6200 on the Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Step 2. Connect the Pneumatic Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Step 3. Connect the Electrical Wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Step 4. Configure the DVC6200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Special Instructions for DVC6200 SIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Special Instructions for DVC6200f PST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Special Instructions for Solenoid Valve Health Monitoring . . . . 43
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Related Documents
The following documents include product specifications, reference materials, custom setup information, maintenance
procedures, and replacement part details.
If a copy of any of these documents is needed scan or click the appropriate code below, contact your Emerson sales
office or Local Business Partner, or visit our website at Fisher.com.
DVC6200
DVC6200f
DVC6200 HW1 Instruction Manual (D103409X012)
DVC6200f Instruction Manual (D103412X012)
DVC6200 HW2 Instruction Manual (D103605X012)
Scan or click code for
digital valve controller
field support
DVC6200 SIS
DVC6200p
DVC6200 SIS Instruction Manual (D103557X012)
DVC6200p Instruction Manual (D103563X012)
Safety manual for DVC6200 SIS (D103601X012)
For information on installation and usage of DVC6200 Series digital valve controllers, visit the Fisher channel on YouTube and
search for FIELDVUE.
http://www.youtube.com/user/FisherControlValve
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Before You Begin
Do not install, operate, or maintain a DVC6200 digital valve controller without being fully trained and qualified in
valve, actuator, and accessory installation, operation, and maintenance. To avoid personal injury or property damage,
it is important to carefully read, understand, and follow all contents of this quick start guide, including all safety
cautions and warnings. Refer to the appropriate instruction manual supplement listed below for hazardous area
approvals and special instructions for “safe use” and installations in hazardous locations. If you have any questions
about these instructions, contact your Emerson sales office or Local Business Partner before proceeding.
D CSA Hazardous Area Approvals - DVC6200 Series Digital Valve Controllers (D104203X012)
D FM Hazardous Area Approvals - DVC6200 Series Digital Valve Controllers (D104204X012)
D ATEX Hazardous Area Approvals - DVC6200 Series Digital Valve Controllers (D104205X012)
D IECEx Hazardous Area Approvals - DVC6200 Series Digital Valve Controllers (D104206X012)
All documents are available from your Emerson sales office or at Fisher.com. Contact your Emerson sales office or Local
Business Partner for all other approval/certification information.
WARNING
Avoid personal injury or property damage from sudden release of process pressure or bursting of parts. Before proceeding
with any Installation procedures:
D Always wear protective clothing, gloves, and eyewear to prevent personal injury or property damage.
D Do not remove the actuator from the valve while the valve is still pressurized.
D Disconnect any operating lines providing air pressure, electric power, or a control signal to the actuator. Be sure the
actuator cannot suddenly open or close the valve.
D Use bypass valves or completely shut off the process to isolate the valve from process pressure. Relieve process pressure
from both sides of the valve.
D Use lock‐out procedures to be sure that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
D Check with your process or safety engineer for any additional measures that must be taken to protect against process
media.
D Vent the pneumatic actuator loading pressure and relieve any actuator spring precompression so the actuator is not
applying force to the valve stem; this will allow for the safe removal of the stem connector.
WARNING
To avoid static discharge from the plastic cover when flammable gases or dust are present, do not rub or clean the cover
with solvents. To do so could result in a spark that may cause the flammable gases or dust to explode, resulting in personal
injury or property damage. Clean with a mild detergent and water only.
CAUTION
Do not use sealing tape on pneumatic connections. This instrument contains small passages that may become obstructed
by detached sealing tape. Thread sealant paste should be used to seal and lubricate pneumatic threaded connections.
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Step 1—Install the DVC6200 on the Valve
Housing Variations
The DVC6200 housing is available in two different configurations, depending on the actuator mounting method.
Figure 1 shows the available configurations.
Figure 1. Housing Variations
HOUSING FOR
FISHER GX ACTUATORS
HOUSING FOR LINEAR AND ROTARY
ACTUATORS, FISHER 657 SIZE 30i - 70i,
AND 667 SIZE 30i - 76i
INTEGRAL OUTPUT
PRESSURE PORT
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SLOTS FOR
MOUNTING BOLTS
HOLE FOR
MOUNTING BOLT
ROTARY NAMUR, M6
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LINEAR, M8
General Mounting Guidelines
If ordered as part of a control valve assembly, the factory will mount the digital valve controller on the actuator and
calibrate the instrument. If you purchased the digital valve controller separately, you will need a mounting kit. The
following procedures are general guidelines. See the instructions that come with the mounting kit for detailed
information on mounting the digital valve controller to a specific actuator model.
CAUTION
The magnet assembly material has been specifically chosen to provide a long‐term stable magnetic field.
However, as with any magnet, care must be taken when handling the magnet assembly. Another high powered magnet
placed in close proximity (less than 25 mm) can cause permanent damage. Potential sources of damaging equipment
include, but are not limited to: transformers, DC motors, stacking magnet assemblies.
General Guidelines for use of High Power Magnets with Positioners
Use of high power magnets in close proximity to any positioner which is operating a process should be avoided. Regardless
of the positioner model, high power magnets can affect the positioner’s ability to control the valve.
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Use of Magnetic Tools with the DVC6200
D Magnetic Tip Screw Drivers – Magnetic tip screw drivers can be used to work on the DVC6200. However, they should
not be brought in close proximity to the magnet assembly (located at the back of the instrument) during process
operations.
D Calibrator Strap Magnets – These are high power magnets used to hold 4-20 mA calibrators. Normally,
these calibrators would not be used while an instrument is controlling the process. High power magnets
should be kept at least 15 cm (6 inches) from the DVC6200.
Note
D The mounting instructions also apply to the DVC6215 remote mount feedback unit.
D As a general rule, do not use less than 60% of the magnet assembly travel range for full travel measurement. Performance will
decrease as the assembly is increasingly subranged.
D The linear magnet assemblies have a valid travel range indicated by arrows molded into the piece. This means that the hall
sensor (the center point of the channel on the back of the DVC6200 housing) has to remain within this range throughout the
entire valve travel. The linear magnet assemblies are symmetrical. Either end may be up.
D The magnet assembly may be referred to as a magnetic array in user interface tools.
D Mounting the instrument vertically, with the vent at the bottom of the assembly, or horizontally, with the vent pointing down, is
recommended to allow drainage of moisture that may be introduced via the instrument air supply.
For sliding‐stem linear actuators proceed to page 6
Bracket Mounted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
667 and 657 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Actuators over 210 mm (8.25 inches Travel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Integral Mounted Fisher Actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air-to-Open (667 Size 30i - 76i or GX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air-to-Close (657 Size 30i - 70i or GX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6
8
9
10
12
For quarter‐turn rotary actuators proceed to page 14
Integral Mounted Fisher Actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Bracket Mounted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Sliding‐Stem Linear Actuators
Bracket Mounted
Fisher 667 and 657
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to be sure
that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
Figure 2. Mounting Parts for Sliding‐Stem Actuator with up to 210 mm (8.25 inches) Travel
ACTUATOR
FEEDBACK BRACKET
AND MAGNET ASSEMBLY
MOUNTING
BRACKET
DIGITAL VALVE
CONTROLLER
X0381-1
2. Attach the mounting bracket to the actuator.
3. Loosely attach the feedback pieces and magnet assembly to the valve stem connector. Do not tighten the fasteners
because fine adjustment is required.
CAUTION
Do not install a magnet assembly that is shorter than the physical travel of the actuator. Loss of control will result from the
magnet assembly moving outside the range of the index mark in the feedback slot of the DVC6200 housing.
4. Using the alignment template (supplied with the mounting kit), position the magnet assembly inside the retaining
slot.
5. Align the magnet assembly as follows:
D For air‐to‐open actuators (e.g. Fisher 667) vertically align the magnet assembly so that the center line of the
alignment template is lined up as close as possible with the upper extreme of the valid travel range on the
magnet assembly. The magnet assembly should be positioned so that the index mark in the feedback slot of the
DVC6200 housing is within the valid range on the magnet assembly throughout the range of travel. See figure 3.
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D For air‐to‐close actuators (e.g. Fisher 657) vertically align the magnet assembly so that the center line of the
alignment template is lined up as close as possible with the lower extreme of the valid travel range on the
magnet assembly. The magnet assembly should be positioned so that the index mark in the feedback slot of the
DVC6200 housing is within the valid range on the magnet assembly throughout the range of travel. See figure 4.
Figure 3. Air‐to‐Open Magnet Assembly Alignment
Figure 4. Air‐to‐Close Magnet Assembly Alignment
ALIGNMENT
TEMPLATE
RETAINING
SLOT
INDEX
MARK
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RETAINING
SLOT
ALIGNMENT
TEMPLATE
INDEX
MARK
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6. Tighten the fasteners and remove the alignment template.
Note
Use a flat end hex key to tighten the magnet assembly fasteners to a torque of 2.37 N•m (21 lbf•in) for 4 mm screws, and
5.08 N•m (45 lbf•in) for 5 mm screws. For added security, especially in vibrating services, blue (medium) threadlocker may be
used on the fasteners.
7. Mount the digital valve controller to the mounting bracket, using the mounting bolts.
8. Check for clearance between the magnet assembly and the DVC6200 feedback slot.
Note
Ensure that there is clearance between the magnet assembly and the DVC6200 housing slot throughout the full range of travel.
9. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
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Actuators over 210 mm (8.25 inches) Travel
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the pneumatic actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to
be sure that the above measures stay in effect while working on the equipment.
Figure 5. Mounting on Sliding‐Stem (Linear) Actuators over 210 mm (8.25 Inches) Travel
ACTUATOR
VALVE STEM
CONNECTOR
MOUNTING ADAPTOR
LONG STROKE MOUNTING KIT
(DVC6200 NOT SHOWN)
CAM
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2. Install the cam to the valve stem connector as described in the instructions included with the mounting kit.
3. Install the mounting adaptor to the actuator.
4. Attach the digital valve controller and mounting kit assembly to the mounting adaptor. The roller on the digital
valve controller feedback arm will contact the actuator cam as it is being attached.
Figure 6. Roller Arm Variation used for Sliding‐Stem (Linear) Actuators over 210 mm (8.25 Inches) Travel
CAM
CAM/ROLLER
POSITION MARK
ROLLER ARM
ROLLER
ARM
E1543
E1229
ACTUATOR IS FULLY EXTENDED
5. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
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Integral Mounted Fisher Actuators
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to be sure
that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
2. The DVC6200 digital valve controller mounts directly to an integral mounted Fisher actuator without the need for a
mounting bracket. Make sure you have the correct DVC6200 housing for your actuator, as shown in figure 1.
3. For GX actuators, identify the yoke side to mount the DVC6200 digital valve controller based on the actuator fail
mode. Refer to the GX Control Valve and Actuator System instruction manual (D103175X012).
4. Loosely attach the feedback pieces and magnet assembly to the valve stem connector. Do not tighten the fasteners
because fine adjustment is required.
CAUTION
Do not install a magnet assembly that is shorter than the physical travel of the actuator. Loss of control will result from the
magnet assembly moving outside the range of the index mark in the feedback slot of the DVC6200 housing.
5. Using the alignment template (supplied with the mounting kit), position the feedback assembly inside the retaining
slot.
6. Continue on with the appropriate procedure below to align the magnet assembly.
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Air‐to‐Open (667 size 30i - 76i and GX)
Vertically align the magnet assembly so that the center line of the alignment template is lined up as close as possible
with the upper extreme of the valid travel range on the magnet assembly. The magnet assembly should be positioned
so that the index mark in the feedback slot of the DVC6200 housing is within the valid range on the magnet assembly
throughout the range of travel. See figure 7.
Figure 7. Air‐to‐Open Magnet Assembly Alignment
VALVE STEM
CONNECTOR
RETAINING
SLOT
1
FEEDBACK
PIECES
ALIGNMENT
TEMPLATE
INDEX MARK
1
NOTE:
1 IMAGE DENOTES ACTUATOR AT HALF TRAVEL. ALIGN UPPER EXTREME OF MAGNET ASSEMBLY WITH ALIGNMENT TEMPLATE INDEX MARK.
1. Tighten the fasteners and remove the alignment template.
Note
Use a flat end hex key to tighten the magnet assembly fasteners to a torque of 2.37 N•m (21 lbf•in) for 4 mm screws, and
5.08 N•m (45 lbf•in) for 5 mm screws. For added security, especially in vibrating services, blue (medium) threadlocker may be
used on the fasteners.
2. Remove the plug (R1/8) from the back of the DVC6200 housing. This pneumatic output port on the DVC6200 lines
up with the integral actuator pneumatic port. See figure 8.
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Figure 8. Modifications for Integral Mounted Actuator; Air‐to‐Open Construction Only
INSTALL O‐RING
INSTALL
1/4 NPT PLUG
REMOVE R1/8 PLUG
NOTE:
REAR HOUSING VIEW FOR GX ACTUATOR ILLUSTRATED
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3. Install the plug (1/4 NPT, included in the mounting kit) to the external output pneumatic port A.
4. Attach the digital valve controller to the actuator mounting pad on the side that has the open pneumatic port. Be
sure to place the O‐ring between the digital valve controller's pneumatic output and the actuator mounting pad.
Pneumatic tubing is not required because the air passages are internal to the actuator.
Note
Use a 5 mm hex key to attach the digital valve controller the GX actuator mounting pad.
Use a 13 mm socket or box end wrench to attach the digital valve controller to the 667 size 30i -76i actuator mounting pad.
5. Check for clearance between the magnet assembly and the DVC6200 feedback slot.
6. If not already installed, install a vent in the port on the upper diaphragm casing.
7. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
Note
Refer to the 667 Diaphragm Actuator Sizes 30/30i - 76/76i and 87 instruction manual (D100310X012) for 667 product
information.
Scan or click the code to see
how to mount a DVC6200 digital
valve controller to a 667 actuator
with integrated mounting pad
Refer to the GX instruction manual for GX product information.
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Air‐to‐Close (657 size 30i - 70i and GX)
Vertically align the magnet assembly so that the center line of the alignment template is lined up as close as possible
with the lower extreme of the valid travel range on the magnet assembly. The magnet assembly should be positioned
so that the index mark on the pole pieces (back of the DVC6200 housing) is within the valid range on the magnet
assembly throughout the range of travel. See figure 9.
Figure 9. Air‐to‐Close Magnet Assembly Alignment
RETAINING
SLOT
VALVE STEM
CONNECTOR
FEEDBACK
PIECES
ALIGNMENT
TEMPLATE
INDEX MARK
1. Tighten the fasteners and remove the alignment template.
Note
Use a flat end hex key to tighten the magnet assembly fasteners to a torque of 2.37 N•m (21 lbf•in) for 4 mm screws, and
5.08 N•m (45 lbf•in) for 5 mm screws. For added security, especially in vibrating services, blue (medium) threadlocker may be
used on the fasteners.
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2. Attach the digital valve controller to the actuator mounting pad.
Note
Use a 5 mm hex key to attach the digital valve controller the GX actuator mounting pad.
Use a 13 mm socket or box end wrench to attach the digital valve controller to the 657 size 30i -70i actuator mounting pad.
3. Check for clearance between the magnet assembly and the DVC6200 feedback slot.
4. Install tubing between the actuator casing and the appropriate DVC6200 pneumatic output port.
5. If not already installed, install a vent in the port on the lower diaphragm casing or yoke.
6. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
Note
When field converting a GX actuator from air-to-close to air-to-open (or vice‐versa), you will need to change the plugs for the
pneumatic passages in the DVC6200 housing.
D To convert to air-to-open, remove the R1/8 pneumatic plug on the back of the DVC6200 housing and install an O‐ring. Plug
the external pneumatic output with a 1/4 NPT plug. Refer to figure 8.
D To convert to air-to-close, remove the external pneumatic plug. Install an R1/8 plug on the back of the DVC6200 housing.
Install tubing between the pneumatic output connection of the DVC6200 to the pneumatic port on top of the actuator
casing.
Note
Refer to the 657 Diaphragm Actuator Sizes 30/30i through 70/70i and 87 instruction manual (D100306X012) for 657 product
information.
Scan or click the code to see
how to mount a DVC6200 digital
valve controller to a 657 actuator
with integrated mounting pad
Refer to the GX instruction manual for GX product information.
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Quarter-Turn Rotary Actuators
Integral Mounted Fisher Actuators
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the pneumatic actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to
be sure that the above measures stay in effect while working on the equipment.
2. Verify that the appropriate cam is installed on the actuator as described in the instructions included with the
mounting kit.
Figure 10. Mounting on Rotary Actuators
ROTARY MOUNTING KIT
(DVC6200 NOT SHOWN)
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Figure 11. Rotary Actuator Mounting Variations
ROLLER ARM
ROLLER ARM
2052 SIZE 2 AND 3
1051/1052 SIZE 40-70
SIZE 1061 SIZE 30-100
2052 SIZE 1
NOTE THE DIFFERENCE IN THE SHAPE AND LENGTH OF THE ROLLER ARM
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ROLLER ARM
1051 SIZE 33
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3. Mount the DVC6200 on the actuator as follows:
D If required, a mounting adaptor is included in the mounting kit. Attach the adaptor to the digital valve controller,
then attach the digital valve controller assembly to the actuator. The roller on the digital valve controller
feedback arm will contact the actuator cam as it is being attached.
D If no mounting adaptor is required, attach the digital valve controller and mounting kit assembly to the actuator.
The roller on the digital valve controller feedback arm will contact the actuator cam as it is being attached.
4. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
Bracket Mounted
The DVC6200 digital valve controller can be mounted to any quarter‐turn rotary actuator, as well as those that comply
with the NAMUR guidelines. A mounting bracket and associated hardware are required. Refer to figure 12.
1. Isolate the control valve from the process line pressure and release pressure from both sides of the valve body. Shut
off all pressure lines to the actuator, releasing all pressure from the actuator. Use lock‐out procedures to be sure
that the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
Figure 12. Mounting on Quarter‐Turn Actuators
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M6 MOUNTING BOLTS (4)
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2. Attach the magnet assembly to the actuator shaft. At mid‐travel, the flats on the magnet assembly should be
approximately parallel to the channel on the back of the DVC6200 housing, as shown in figure 13.
Figure 13. Magnet Assembly Orientation on Quarter‐Turn Actuators
DVC6200
ORIENTATION
AT ONE TRAVEL
EXTREME
ORIENTATION
AT MID‐TRAVEL
(FLATS PARALLEL
TO DVC6200
1
CHANNEL)
ORIENTATION
AT THE OTHER
TRAVEL EXTREME
ACTUATOR
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1 THIS EXAMPLE SHOWS AN ACTUATOR WITH 90_ TRAVEL. ON AN ACTUATOR THAT HAS LESS THAN 90_ TRAVEL THE MAGNET ASSEMBLY MAY NOT BE
PARALLEL AT THE MID-TRAVEL POINT. TO VERIFY THE MAGNET ASSEMBLY POSITION IS IN WORKING RANGE, CONFIRM TRAVEL COUNTS ARE WITHIN THE
EXPECTED RANGE OF 175-3800 USING VALVELINK SOFTWARE OR A FIELD COMMUNICATOR.
3. Install the mounting bracket on the actuator.
4. Attach the digital valve controller to the mounting bracket using the 4 mounting bolts, as shown in figure 12.
5. Check for clearance between the magnet assembly and the DVC6200 feedback slot.
6. For remote mount applications, proceed to page 17 for DVC6205 base unit mounting. Otherwise, proceed to
Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
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DVC6205 Remote Mount Base Unit Mounting
For remote‐mounted digital valve controllers, the DVC6205 base unit ships separately from the control valve and does
not include tubing, fittings or wiring.
Pipestand Mounting
1. Position a standoff on the back of the base unit.
2. Using two 101.6 mm (4‐inch) 1/4‐20 hex head screws loosely attach the base unit to the pipestand with the
mounting bracket.
3. Position the second standoff, then using the remaining 101.6 mm (4‐inch) hex head screws, securely fasten the
base unit to the pipe stand.
4. Tighten all screws.
5. Proceed to Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
Figure 14. FIELDVUE DVC6205 Pipestand Mounting
4‐INCH 1/4‐20
HEX HEAD SCREW
STANDOFF
MOUNTING BRACKET
X0437
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Wall Mounting
1. Install the wall mounting screws by using the mounting bracket as a template.
2. Install the mounting bracket to the back of the base unit using the spacers and screws provided in the mounting kit.
3. Slide the assembly on the wall mounting screws and tighten.
4. Proceed to Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing on page 19.
Figure 15. FIELDVUE DVC6205 Wall Mounting
57
(2.25)
SPACER
1‐INCH 1/4‐20
HEX HEAD
SCREW
72
(2.82)
X0428
MOUNTING
BRACKET
10C1796‐A
2 MOUNTING
HOLES
8.6/0.34
mm
(INCH)
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Step 2—Connect the Pneumatic Tubing
Figure 16. Integral Mounting of a Fisher 67CFR Regulator on a FIELDVUE DVC6200 Digital Valve Controller
OUTPUT A (1/4 NPT)
67CFR
CAP SCREWS
O‐RING
NOTE:
1 APPLY LUBRICANT
W9702-1
1
SUPPLY CONNECTION (1/4 NPT)
OUTPUT B (1/4 NPT)
CAUTION
Do not use sealing tape on pneumatic connections. This instrument contains small passages that may become obstructed
by detached sealing tape. Thread sealant paste should be used to seal and lubricate pneumatic threaded connections.
1. Connect the DVC6200 pneumatic output to the actuator input using at least 10 mm (3/8­inch) diameter tubing.
D When using a single­acting direct digital valve controller (relay A or C) on a single­acting actuator, connect
OUTPUT A to the actuator pneumatic input.
D When using a single­acting reverse digital valve controller (relay B) on a single­acting actuator, connect OUTPUT
B to the actuator diaphragm casing.
D When using a double­acting digital valve controller (relay A) on a double­acting actuator, connect OUTPUT A and
OUTPUT B to the appropriate actuator pneumatic input. With no input current to the DVC6200, OUTPUT A is at
zero pressure and OUTPUT B is at full supply pressure when the relay is properly adjusted.
Note
To have the actuator stem extend from the cylinder with increasing input signal, connect OUTPUT A to the actuator cylinder
connection farthest from the actuator stem. Connect OUTPUT B to the cylinder connection closest to the actuator stem. To have
the actuator stem retract into the cylinder with increasing input signal, connect OUTPUT A to the actuator cylinder connection
closest to the actuator stem. Connect OUTPUT B to the cylinder connection farthest from the actuator stem.
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WARNING
Supply medium must be clean, dry, oil­free, and noncorrosive and meet the requirements of ISA Standard 7.0.01 or
ISO 8573-1.
Severe personal injury or property damage may occur from an uncontrolled process if the instrument supply medium is not
clean, dry, oil­free, and noncorrosive. While use and regular maintenance of a filter that removes particles larger than 40
micrometers in diameter will suffice in most applications, further filtration down to 5 micrometer particle size is
recommended. Lubricant content is not to exceed 1 ppm weight (w/w) or volume (v/v) basis. Condensation in the air
supply should be minimized.
Check with an Emerson Automation Solutions field office and industry instrument air quality standards for use with
corrosive air or if you are unsure about the amount of air filtration or filter maintenance.
When using natural gas as the supply medium, or for hazardous location applications, the following warnings also apply:
D Remove electrical power before removing the housing cap. Personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion
may result if power is not disconnected before removing the cap.
D Remove electrical power before disconnecting any of the pneumatic connections.
D When disconnecting any of the pneumatic connections or any pressure retaining part, natural gas will seep from the
unit and any connected equipment into the surrounding atmosphere. Personal injury or property damage may result
from fire or explosion if natural gas is used as the supply medium and appropriate preventive measures are not taken.
Preventive measures may include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following: ensuring adequate ventilation
and the removal of any ignition sources.
D Ensure that all caps and covers are correctly installed before putting this unit back into service. Failure to do so could
result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion.
2. Connect a filter or filter regulator to the DVC6200 supply input using at least 10 mm (3/8­inch) diameter tubing.
D When using an integral mounted 67CFR filter regulator, lubricate an O­ring and insert it in the recess around the
SUPPLY connection on the digital valve controller. Attach the filter regulator to the side of the digital valve
controller. Thread a 1/4­inch socket­head pipe plug into the unused outlet on the filter regulator. This is the
standard method of mounting the filter regulator. No tubing is required.
D When using a yoke mounted 67CFR filter regulator, mount the filter regulator with two cap screws to the
pre­drilled and tapped holes in the actuator yoke. Thread a 1/4­inch socket­head pipe plug into the unused
outlet on the filter regulator. No O­ring is required.
D When using a casing mounted filter regulator, use a separate casing mounting bracket (typically provided with
the filter regulator). Attach the mounting bracket to the filter regulator and then attach this assembly to the
actuator casing. Thread a 1/4­inch socket­head pipe plug into the unused outlet on the filter regulator. No O­ring
is required.
D If the supply pressure is less than the maximum actuator and instrument pressure rating, a regulator is not
required. However, a filter is always required. Attach the filter securely to the actuator or instrument.
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WARNING
Personal injury or property damage can occur from cover failure due to overpressure. Ensure that the housing vent
opening is open and free of debris to prevent pressure buildup under the cover.
This unit vents the supply medium into the surrounding atmosphere. When installing this unit in a non­hazardous
(non­classified) location in a confined area, with natural gas as the supply medium, you must remotely vent this unit to a
safe location. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re­classification.
When installing this unit in a hazardous (classified) location remote venting of the unit may be required, depending upon
the area classification, and as specified by the requirements of local, regional, and national codes, rules and regulations.
Failure to do so when necessary could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area
re­classification.
In addition to remote venting of the unit, ensure that all caps and covers are correctly installed. Failure to do so could result
in personal injury or property damage from fire or explosion, and area re­classification.
3. If necessary, remove the plastic vent on the DVC6200 and install a pipe­away vent line using at least 12.7 mm
(1/2­inch) diameter tubing. The vent line must be as short as possible with a minimum number of bends and elbows
to prevent back pressure build­up.
Figure 17. Vent Connection
X0429
PLASTIC EXHAUST VENT (3/8 NPT)
WARNING
To avoid personal injury or property damage resulting from bursting or parts, do not exceed maximum supply pressure.
Personal injury or property damage may result from fire or explosion if natural gas is used as the supply medium and
appropriate preventive measures are not taken. Preventive measures may include, but are not limited to, one or more of
the following: Remote venting of the unit, re­evaluating the hazardous area classification, ensuring adequate ventilation,
and the removal of any ignition sources.
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Note
The Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal device option simplifies sealing requirements. Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal instruments
can be identified by the natural gas approval label shown in figure 18. Read and follow all local, regional, and federal wiring
requirements for natural gas installations. Contact your Emerson sales office or Local Business Partner for information on obtaining
a Natural Gas Certified, Single Seal DVC6200 digital valve controller.
Figure 18. Label for Natural Gas Certified Terminal Box
LABEL LOCATED
ON TOP OF
TERMINAL BOX
X0748
4. Connect the pneumatic supply line to the 1/4 NPT IN connection on the filter regulator.
5. Proceed to Step 3—Connect the Electrical Wires on page 23.
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Step 3—Connect the Electrical Wires
WARNING
Select wiring and/or cable glands that are rated for the environment of use (such as hazardous area, ingress protection and
temperature). Failure to use properly rated wiring and/or cable glands can result in personal injury or property damage
from fire or explosion.
Wiring connections must be in accordance with local, regional, and national codes for any given hazardous area approval.
Failure to follow the local, regional, and national codes could result in personal injury or property damage from fire or
explosion.
To avoid personal injury resulting from electrical shock, do not exceed maximum input voltage specified on the product
nameplate. If the input voltage specified differs, do not exceed the lowest specified maximum input voltage.
Personal injury or property damage caused by fire or explosion may occur if electrical connections are attempted in a
potentially explosive atmosphere or in an area that has been classified as hazardous. Confirm that area classification and
atmosphere conditions permit the safe removal of the terminal box cover before proceeding.
The valve may move in an unexpected direction when power is applied to the digital valve controller. To avoid personal
injury and property damage caused by moving parts, keep hands, tools, and other objects away from the valve/actuator
assembly when applying power to the instrument.
For FOUNDATION Fieldbus™ or PROFIBUS PA devices proceed to page 24
For HARTr devices proceed to page 26
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FOUNDATION fieldbus or PROFIBUS PA Devices
Refer to the DVC6200f or DVC6200p instruction manual, available at Fisher.com or from your local Emerson sales
office for additional information.
The digital valve controller is normally powered over the bus from a power supply. Refer to the FOUNDATION Fieldbus or
PROFIBUS site planning guide, available from your Emerson Automation Solutions sales office, for proper wire types,
termination, length, grounding practices, etc.
Note
To avoid the valve going to an unknown position when power is applied, the unit digital valve controller is shipped from the factory
with the transducer block mode Out of Service.
Wire the digital valve controller as follows, refer to figure 19.
1. Remove the wiring terminal box cap.
2. Bring the field wiring into the terminal box. When applicable, install conduit using local and national electrical codes
which apply to the application.
3. The instrument is not polarity sensitive. Connect one wire from the controller output to one of the LOOP screw
terminals in the terminal box shown in figure 19. Connect the other wire from the controller output to the other
LOOP screw terminal in the terminal box.
Figure 19. Loop Connections Terminal Box
EARTH
GROUND
TALK +
LOOP +
LOOP -
TALK -
X0438
SAFETY
GROUND
WARNING
Personal injury or property damage can result from the discharge of static electricity. Connect a 14 AWG (2.08 mm2)
ground strap between the digital valve controller and earth ground when flammable or hazardous gases are present. Refer
to national and local codes and standards for grounding requirements.
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4. Make connections to the ground terminal(s) following national and local codes and plant standards. As shown in
figure 19, two ground terminals are available for connecting a safety ground, earth ground, or drain wire. The safety
ground terminal is electrically identical to the earth ground.
5. Replace and hand tighten the cover on the terminal box.
6. Write the valve tag number on the top and bottom of the paper commissioning tag, as shown in figure 20.
Figure 20. Paper Commissioning Tag
WRITE THE VALVE
TAG NUMBER HERE
18B9406‐G
7. Remove the lower half of the paper commissioning tag and deliver it to the control system configurator. With the
piece of paper, the control system configurator will be able to easily change the Device ID placeholder to the actual
valve tag number.
Note
Alternatively, the valve tag number can be entered at the factory when specified at the time of order entry. When the valve tag
number is electronically stored in the DVC6200, the control system will display the valve tag number instead of the Device ID. As a
result, step 6 and 7 will not be required.
8. For Remote Mount applications, proceed to page 30. For DVC6200f PST applications, proceed to Special
Instructions for DVC6200f PST on page 37. Otherwise proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on
page 33.
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HART Devices
Refer to the DVC6200 HW1, DVC6200 HW2, or DVC6200 SIS instruction manual, available at Fisher.com or from your
Emerson sales office or Local Business partner, for additional information.
The digital valve controller is normally powered by a control system output channel. Shielded cable will ensure proper
operation in electrically noisy environments.
Wire the digital valve controller as follows, refer to figure 21:
1. Remove the wiring terminal box cap.
2. Bring the field wiring into the terminal box. When applicable, install conduit using local and national electrical codes
which apply to the application.
3. Connect the control system output channel positive wire to the LOOP + screw terminal in the terminal box. Connect
the control system output channel negative (or return) wire to the LOOP - screw terminal in the terminal box.
WARNING
Personal injury or property damage, caused by fire or explosion, can result from the discharge of static electricity. Connect
a 14 AWG (2.08 mm2) ground strap between the digital valve controller and earth ground when flammable or hazardous
gases are present. Refer to national and local codes and standards for grounding requirements.
4. As shown in figure 21, two ground terminals are available for connecting a safety ground, earth ground, or drain
wire. The safety ground is electrically identical to the earth ground. Make connections to these terminals following
national and local codes and plant standards.
Figure 21. Loop and Talk Connections
EARTH
GROUND
TALK +
EARTH
GROUND
EARTH
GROUND
TALK -
TALK -
X0439
26
LOOP +
LOOP SAFETY GROUND
TALK TALK +
LOOP LOOP +
TALK +
LOOP +
X0431
LOOP SAFETY GROUND
X0430
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Note
Depending on the control system you are using, an HF340 HART filter may be needed to allow HART communication. The HART
filter is a passive device that is inserted in field wiring from the HART loop. The filter is normally installed near the field wiring
terminals of the control system I/O. Its purpose is to effectively isolate the control system output from modulated HART
communication signals and raise the impedance of the control system to allow HART communication. For more information on
the description and use of the HART filter, refer to the HF340 HART filter instruction manual (D102796X012). To determine if your
system requires a HART filter refer to the DVC6200 HW1, DVC6200 HW2, or DVC6200 SIS instruction manual, or contact your
Emerson sales office or Local Business Partner.
5. Replace and hand tighten the cover on the terminal box.
6. For applications that require a Position Transmitter or Discrete Switch (page 28), Remote Feedback
Mounting (page 30), and/or THUM™ Adapter (page 32), proceed to the appropriate page. For DVC6200 SIS
applications proceed to Special Instructions for DVC6200 SIS on page 35. Otherwise, proceed
to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Position Transmitter or Discrete Switch
The DVC6200 HART communicating device has an optional output circuit that can be configured as a 4­20 mA
position transmitter or a discrete switch. Configuration of the output circuit requires the proper DIP switch electrical
setting on the main electronics board (figure 22) and also must be enabled with a user interface tool. The DIP switch
electrical setting is preconfigured at the factory when ordered properly.
Figure 22. OUTPUT Connections and Transmitter / Switch Settings
DIP SWITCH FOR
TRANSMITTER/SWITCH
SELECTION
X0430
OUTPUT+
OUTPUT-
X0432
The position transmitter circuit derives its operating power from the control system input channel in the same manner
as a 2­wire transmitter.
The discrete switch is a solid state circuit (1­amp maximum) which opens and closes based on a user configurable trip
point. The trip point can be based on valve travel anywhere within the calibrated travel range, or based on a device
alert. In order for the switch output to function, the digital valve controller must be powered. If power is lost, the
switch will always go to the open state. The output circuit, whether operating as a transmitter or switch, is galvanically
isolated from the position control loop circuit such that different ground references between the 2 circuits are
allowed.
Wire the OUTPUT terminals as follows (refer to figure 23):
1. Route the field wiring into the terminal box through the conduit connection.
2. When applicable, install conduit using any local and national electrical codes that apply to the connection.
3. Connect the control system input channel positive wire to the OUT (+) terminal. Connect the control system input
channel negative wire to the OUT (­) terminal.
4. Replace and hand tighten the cover on the terminal box.
5. For applications that require Remote Feedback Mounting (page 30) and/or a THUM Adapter (page 32), proceed to
the appropriate page. For DVC6200 SIS applications proceed to Special Instructions for DVC6200 SIS on page 35.
Otherwise, proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Figure 23. FIELDVUE DVC6200 with Position Transmitter or Discrete Switch, Field Wiring Schematic
AO
4 - 20 mA
AI
8-30 VDC
POWERED
POSITION TRANSMITTER
AO
4 - 20 mA
DI
MAX 30V
DISCRETE SWITCH
GE61668
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Remote Mount Feedback Unit
The DVC6205 base unit is designed to receive a valve travel signal via the DVC6215 feedback unit.
WARNING
Do not place feedback wiring in the same conduit as other power or signal wiring.
Personal injury or property damage, caused by wiring failure, can result if the feedback wiring connecting the base unit
with the remote feedback unit shares a conduit with any other power or signal wiring.
Note
4‐conductor shielded cable, 18 to 22 AWG minimum wire size, in rigid or flexible metal conduit, is required for connection
between base unit and feedback unit. Pneumatic tubing between base unit output connection and actuator has been tested to
91 meters (300 feet). At 15 meters (50 feet) there was no performance degradation. At 91 meters there was minimal pneumatic
lag.
1. Remove the termination caps from both the DVC6215 feedback unit and DVC6205 base unit.
2. Install conduit between the feedback unit and the base unit following applicable local and national electrical codes.
3. Route the 4­conductor shielded cable through the conduit.
4. Connect each wire of the 4­conductor shielded cable between the corresponding terminals on the feedback unit
and the base unit (refer to figure 24).
WARNING
The cable shield is typically not insulated. It is required that you insulate the cable shield prior to installation.
When connecting the cable shield in step 5 ensure that any exposed shielding does not contact the DVC6215 housing, as
shown in figure 25. Failure to do so can result in ground loop issues.
5. Connect the cable shield between terminal S on the feedback unit and terminal S on the base unit.
CAUTION
Failure to secure the cable wires in the support clips in step 6 can result in broken wires in applications with high levels of
vibration.
6. Secure the cable wires, using the support clips in the DVC6215 feedback unit (as shown in figure 25), to help
prevent shifting and movement of the wires.
7. Replace and hand‐tighten all covers.
8. For applications that require a THUM Adapter proceed to page 32. For DVC6200 SIS applications proceed to Special
Instructions for DVC6200 SIS on page 35. For DVC6200f PST applications proceed to Special Instructions for
DVC6200f PST on page 37. Otherwise proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Figure 24. Terminal Details for Connecting the Base Unit and Feedback Unit for Remote‐Mounted Digital Valve
Controllers
FEEDBACK
CONNECTIONS
TERMINAL BOX
X0131
X0132
FEEDBACK UNIT
GROUND
SCREW
BASE UNIT
TO FEEDBACK UNIT TERMINAL 1
TO FEEDBACK UNIT TERMINAL 2
TO FEEDBACK UNIT TERMINAL 3
TO FEEDBACK UNIT TERMINAL 4
TO FEEDBACK UNIT TERMINAL S
USING CABLE SHIELD
TERMINAL S
TERMINAL 1
TERMINAL 2
TERMINAL 4
TERMINAL 3
FEEDBACK CONNECTIONS
TERMINAL BOX
FEEDBACK UNIT
Figure 25. Wire Clips
EXPOSED CABLE SHIELDING
- REQUIRES INSULATION
(e.g. WITH SHRINK TUBING
OR ELECTRICAL TAPE)
X0434
CLIP TO
SUPPORT THE
INSULATED SHIELD WIRE
CABLE SHIELD
INSULATED WITH
ELECTRICAL TAPE
CLIP TO SUPPORT THE
4-CONDUCTOR WIRES
X0435
4-CONDUCTOR WIRES WITH SHIELD
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Smart Wireless THUM Adapter
Refer to the Smart Wireless THUM Adapter quick installation guide (00825­0100­4075) for additional information.
Note
The recommended mounting orientation for the THUM Adapter is vertically up, as shown in figure 26, for optimal wireless
communication range.
Figure 26. THUM Adapter Installed On DVC6200 Digital Valve Controller
TOP CONDUIT
ENTRANCE
X0433
1. Remove the DVC6200 terminal box plug from the top conduit entrance.
2. Thread the THUM Adapter into the top conduit entrance.
3. Using the wire splice included with the THUM Adapter (or other suitable wire splice), connect the wires as shown in
figure 27 below.
Figure 27. Wiring the THUM Adapter
THUM ADAPTER
WIRED DEVICE
4-20 mA
LOOP +
GROUND
WHITE
4-20 mA
LOOP SPLICE
CONNECTOR
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
LOOP LOOP +
GG18677
4. Carefully coil the wires inside the terminal box.
5. Replace and hand tighten the cover on the terminal box.
6. Proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller
WARNING
D Select wiring and/or cable glands that are rated for the environment of use (such as hazardous area, ingress protection
and temperature). Failure to use properly rated wiring and/or cable glands can result in personal injury or property
damage from fire or explosion.
D Wiring connections must be in accordance with local, regional, and national codes for any given hazardous area
approval. Failure to follow the local, regional, and national codes could result in personal injury or property damage
from fire or explosion.
D To avoid personal injury resulting from electrical shock, do not exceed maximum input voltage specified on the product
nameplate. If the input voltage specified differs, do not exceed the lowest specified maximum input voltage.
D Personal injury or property damage caused by fire or explosion may occur if electrical connections are attempted in a
potentially explosive atmosphere or in an area that has been classified as hazardous. Confirm that area classification
and atmosphere conditions permit the safe removal of the terminal box cover before proceeding.
D The valve may move in an unexpected direction when power is applied to the digital valve controller. To avoid personal
injury and property damage caused by moving parts, keep hands, tools, and other objects away from the
valve/actuator assembly when applying power to the instrument.
D While configuring the digital valve controller the valve may move, causing process fluid or pressure to be released. To
avoid personal injury and property damage caused by the release of process fluid or pressure, isolate the valve from the
process and equalize pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the process fluid.
D Changes to the instrument setup may cause changes in the output pressure or valve travel. Depending on the
application, these changes may upset process control, which may result in personal injury or property damage.
CAUTION
Before proceeding, check that all pressure connections, fasteners, and plugs are installed and tightened.
For remote mount installations, ensure that the Base Unit is wired to the Feedback Unit before providing electrical power.
Failure to do so may cause the DVC6205 to go into “Pressure Control” mode if Pressure Fallback is configured. The unit can
be returned to “Travel Control” mode using Detailed Configuration.
1. Install the latest version of the communication software on the user interface tool. This may include Device
Descriptions (DD, EDD), ValveLink™ software, Device Type Manager (DTM), or GSD. Refer to table 1 below.
Contact your local Emerson sales office or Local Business Partner to ensure that you have the latest software version
or for information on locating the necessary files.
Table 1. User Interface Tools and Software Available for Instrument Configuration and Calibration
475 Field Communicator (DD)
AMS Device Manager (DD)
ValveLink Software
ValveLink Mobile Software
Field Device Type Frame (DTM)
Siemens SIMATIC™ PDM Software (DD, GSD)
DVC6200
HART
DVC6200 SIS
HART
DVC6200f
FOUNDATION fieldbus
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
Ļ
DVC6200p
PROFIBUS PA
Ļ
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2. Apply pneumatic supply pressure to the digital valve controller and adjust the supply pressure regulator according
to the actuator requirements and limitations.
3. Apply electrical power to the digital valve controller.
4. Establish communication with the digital valve controller and commission the instrument as described in the host
system documentation.
Note
If the TALK terminals on the digital valve controller are to be used for communication, remove the terminal box cap to access the
terminals.
5. Launch the user interface tool.
6. Perform Device Setup to configure and calibrate the instrument on the control valve assembly.
7. Enter any additional custom configuration items (optional).
Note
On HART devices with the optional transmitter or switch option, you must enable and configure the output terminals. The
configuration is disabled by default from the factory.
8. To enable the digital valve controller to follow set point, place the instrument In Service (HART devices) or place the
transducer block in Auto (fieldbus and PROFIBUS devices).
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Special Instructions for DVC6200 SIS
DVC6200 SIS instruments are identified by an SIS label on the terminal box cover. Refer to the Safety manual for
further information regarding the design, installation, and operation of the DVC6200 SIS product.
The following section illustrates typical installation scenarios for a DVC6200 SIS. The digital valve controller can be
configured to trip on low current (de­energize to trip, DETT) or high current (energize to trip, ETT). See figure 28 for
the DIP switch configuration of this action on the printed wiring board. This setting is preconfigured at the factory
when ordered properly.
Figure 28. DIP Switch Location
BACK OF PWB
ASSEMBLY SUB‐MODULE
DE-ENERGIZE TO TRIP
ENERGIZE TO TRIP
SELECTION
PT-PT/
MULTI-DROP
SELECTION
X0436
Table 2. DIP Switch Configuration(1)
Switch Label
PT-PT
Multi
Hardware Shutdown
Hardware Shutdown
Trip Current Low (DETT)
Trip Current High (ETT)
Operational Mode
4­20 mA Point­to­Point Loop
24 VDC Multi­Drop Loop
Enabled
Disabled
De-energize to trip
Energize to trip
DIP Switch Position
LEFT
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
1. Refer to figure 28 for switch location.
Note
DVC6200 SIS instruments in PT­PT mode require the Hardware Shutdown Switch be Enabled for FMEDA failure rates to be valid for
4-20 mA operation.
WARNING
When Hardware Shutdown is enabled, the instrument will respond to a signal change regardless of instrument mode. The
valve may move in an unexpected direction when power is applied to the digital valve controller. To avoid personal injury
and property damage caused by moving parts, keep hands, tools, and other objects away from the valve/actuator assembly
when applying power to the instrument.
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An optional local control panel (LCP100), shown in figure 29, can be installed to provide manual operation of the
DVC6200 SIS instrument. Refer to the LCP100 instruction manual (D103272X012) for further information.
Note
If the LCP100 is connected to a DVC6200 SIS in a zone 1 explosion-proof “d” environment, there must be a conduit seal installed
between the DVC6200 SIS and the LCP100 in order to maintain the explosion-proof integrity of the DVC6200 SIS.
Figure 29. LCP100 Connected to a DVC6200 SIS Instrument
X0248
For de-energize to trip DVC6200 SIS, no solenoid valve, proceed to page 38
For de-energize to trip DVC6200 SIS and de-energize to trip solenoid valve, proceed to page 40
For DVC6200 SIS for PST only and de-energize to trip solenoid valve, proceed to page 42
For solenoid valve health monitoring, proceed to page 43
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Special Instructions for DVC6200f PST
DVC6200f PST instruments are identified by a FOUNDATION fieldbus label on the terminal box cover and a “PST” label
on the instrument housing.
The Partial Stroke Testing (PST) tier of the DVC6200f instrument enables a controlled ramp test while in service. The
ramp test can be configured to stop and reverse at a point such that it does not disrupt the process loop. There are no
special hardware settings on the DVC6200f PST instrument. However, partial stroke testing does require firmware
configuration settings that are available through the user interface.
Note
The DVC6200f PST instrument is not SIL rated as a safety certified device.
A typical installation of the DVC6200f PST instrument includes a separate solenoid valve to perform the shutdown
function.
For de-energize to trip (DETT) digital valve controller and DETT solenoid valve,
proceed to page 40
For energize to trip (ETT) digital valve controller and DETT solenoid valve,
proceed to page 42
For solenoid valve health monitoring, proceed to page 43
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De-Energize to Trip (DETT) DVC6200 SIS,
no Solenoid Valve
In a typical de­energize to trip application without a solenoid valve, the logic solver trip signal de­energizes the digital
valve controller to 4 mA (or 0 VDC). This drives the digital valve controller to the no output pressure condition. As a
result, the safety valve moves to its no­air, fail safe position.
Figure 30. FIELDVUE DVC6200 SIS Powered
with 4-20 mA
Figure 31. FIELDVUE DVC6200 SIS Powered
with 0-24 VDC
LOGIC SOLVER
LOGIC SOLVER
4-20 mA DETT
0-24 VDC DETT
LC340
LINE CONDITIONER
AS
E1457
AS
E1458
1. If the DVC6200 SIS is powered with 4­20 mA, connect the logic solver output card +/­ terminals to the
corresponding DVC6200 SIS LOOP +/terminals.
Note
For the digital valve controller to operate with a 4­20 mA control signal the DIP switch must be in the point­to­point loop position,
as shown in table 2. The control mode must be set to analog. This is set at the factory when ordered properly.
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2. If the DVC6200 SIS and solenoid valve are powered together:
D Install an LC340 line conditioner to allow HART communication over the segment. Refer to the
D LC340 instruction manual (D102797X012) for more information.
D Connect the logic solver output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding LC340 SYS +/­ terminals.
D Connect the digital valve controller LOOP +/­ terminals to the corresponding LC340 FLD +/­ terminals.
Note
For the digital valve controller to operate with a 0­24 VDC voltage control signal the DIP switches must be in the “Multi” position
and the “Hardware Shutdown Disabled” position, as shown in figure 28 and table 2. The control mode must also be set to digital
with a user interface tool. These are set at the factory when ordered properly.
3. Proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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De-Energize to Trip (DETT) Digital Valve Controller
and DETT Solenoid Valve
In a typical de­energize to trip application with a solenoid valve, the logic solver (or DCS) trip signal de­energizes the
solenoid valve and also reduces the signal to the digital valve controller (4 mA, 0 VDC, or low state). This opens the
solenoid valve vent and drives the digital valve controller to the no output pressure condition. As a result, the safety
valve moves to its no­air, fail safe position.
Figure 32. Digital Valve Controller and Solenoid
Valve Powered Separately
LOGIC SOLVER
OR DCS
DETT
Figure 33. FIELDVUE DVC6200 SIS and Solenoid
Valve Powered Together
LOGIC SOLVER
LOGIC SOLVER
0-24 VDC DETT
0-24 VDC DETT
LC340
LINE CONDITIONER
LOW POWER
SOLENOID VALVE
S
S
AS
AS
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Note
When using an ASCO™ low­power solenoid valve, model EF8316G303 or EF8316G304 (or an equivalent low­power solenoid valve)
a separate external air supply for the pilot is required. Ensure that the solenoid valve's “selection gasket” is in the “external
position”. The pilot pressure must be at least 15 psig higher than the solenoid valve line pressure. For more information, refer to
the ASCO catalog or contact your Emerson sales office or Local Business Partner.
1. Install the solenoid valve on the actuator casing or actuator yoke.
2. Install at least 10 mm (3/8­inch) diameter tubing such that the solenoid valve is in the pneumatic path between the
digital valve controller output and the actuator input.
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3. If the digital valve controller and solenoid valve are powered separately as shown in figure 32:
D Connect the logic solver output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding solenoid valve +/­ wires.
D Connect the logic solver (or DCS) output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding digital valve controller
D LOOP +/­ terminals.
Note
For the DVC6200 SIS to operate with a 4­20 mA control signal the DIP switch must be in the point­to­point loop position, as shown
in table 2. The control mode must be set to analog. This is set at the factory when ordered properly.
4. If the digital valve controller and solenoid valve are powered together as shown in figure 33 (DVC6200 SIS only):
D Install an LC340 line conditioner to allow HART communication over the segment. Refer to the
D LC340 instruction manual for more information.
D Connect the logic solver output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding LC340 SYS +/­ terminals.
D Connect the digital valve controller LOOP +/­ terminals to the corresponding LC340 FLD +/­ terminals.
D Connect the solenoid valve +/­ wires to the corresponding LC340 FLD +/­ terminals.
Note
For the DVC6200 SIS to operate with a 0­24 VDC voltage control signal the DIP switches must be in the “Multi” position and the
“Hardware Shutdown Disabled” position, as shown in figure 28 and table 2. The control mode must also be set to digital with a
user interface tool. These are set at the factory when ordered properly.
Ensure that the LC340 Line Conditioner voltage drop, the solenoid valve engagement voltage (at maximum temperature), and the
wiring voltage drop do not exceed the logic solver maximum output voltage. The line conditioner introduces an approximate 2.0
volt drop in the SIS system wiring with a 50 mA load. An ASCO EF8316 solenoid valve requires 18.4 V and 42 mA to trip. The digital
valve controller draws approximately 8 mA. Based on these conditions, table 3 lists the maximum loop wire resistance permitted
for various logic solver output voltages.
Table 3. Maximum Loop Wire Resistance per Logic Solver Output Voltage(1)
Maximum Wire Length - meters (feet)(2)
Logic Solver Output
Voltage
(VDC)
Maximum Loop
Wire Resistance
(Ohms)
22 AWG
20 AWG
18 AWG
16 AWG
24.00
23.75
23.50
23.25
23.00
32.0
27.0
22.0
17.0
12.0
290 (952)
245 (804)
200 (655)
154 (506)
109 (357)
435.6 (1429)
367.3 (1205)
299 (982)
231 (759)
163 (536)
725.7 (2381)
612.3 (2009)
499.0 (1637)
385.6 (1265)
272 (893)
967.7 (3175)
816.6 (2679)
665.4 (2183)
514.2 (1687)
363 (1190)
22.75
22.50
7.0
2.0
63.4 (208)
18 (60)
95.4 (313)
27 (89)
159 (521)
45.4 (149)
212 (694)
60.4 (198)
1. Maximums in this table assume a line conditioner and a solenoid that requires a minimum of 20.4 V and 42 mA to engage.
2. Wire length includes both wires in a twisted pair.
5. Proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Energize to Trip (ETT) Digital Valve Controller and
De-Energize to Trip (DETT) Solenoid Valve
In this application, the logic solver trip signal de­energizes the solenoid valve, which opens the solenoid vent valve. The
digital valve controller is configured as energize to trip (ETT) and uses a reverse acting relay (Relay B) to drive the
digital valve controller to the no output pressure condition. The energize to trip option provides maximum actuator
pressure at minimum control signal (4 mA or low state). Therefore, loss of the control signal will not cause the safety
valve to trip. The safety valve moves to its no­air, fail safe position when the logic solver (or DCS) sets the current to the
digital valve controller to 20 mA (high state). Partial stroke testing occurs at minimum control signal (4 mA or low
state).
Figure 34. Digital Valve Controller and Solenoid Valve Powered Separately
LOGIC SOLVER
OR DCS
LOGIC SOLVER
ETT
0-24 VDC DETT
S
AS
SINGLE-ACTING, REVERSE (RELAY B)
4 mA = FULL SUPPLY TO ACTUATOR
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1. Install the solenoid valve on the actuator casing or actuator yoke.
2. Install at least 10 mm (3/8­inch) diameter tubing such that the solenoid valve is in the pneumatic path between the
digital valve controller output and the actuator input.
3. Connect the logic solver output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding solenoid valve +/­ wires.
4. Connect the logic solver (or DCS) output card +/­ terminals to the corresponding digital valve controller LOOP +/­
terminals.
5. Proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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Special Instructions for Solenoid Valve Health
Monitoring
If a solenoid valve is installed between the digital valve controller pressure output and the actuator, the digital valve
controller can be configured to verify the operation of the solenoid valve. This applies to single-acting actuator
applications only. The “unused” output port of the digital valve controller is tubed such that the pressure downstream
of the solenoid valve is measured. When the solenoid valve is pulsed, either by the DVC6200 SIS (see page 44) or
externally (see D104028X012), the digital valve controller senses the momentary pressure drop across the solenoid
valve and records data for performance evaluation.
Figure 35. Tubing for Solenoid Valve Health
Monitoring, De­Energize to Trip Digital Valve
Controller
CONTROL LINE
Figure 36. Tubing for Solenoid Valve Health
Monitoring, Energize to Trip Digital Valve Controller
SINGLE-ACTING, REVERSE (RELAY B)
4 mA = FULL SUPPLY TO ACTUATOR
MONITORING
LINE
S
A
A
S
B
B
MONITORING
LINE
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CONTROL LINE
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For De-Energize to Trip applications (figure 35), install at least 10 mm (3/8inch) diameter tubing between output B
(bottom port) of the digital valve controller output and the tubing segment between the solenoid valve and safety
valve actuator.
For Energize to Trip applications (figure 36), install at least 10 mm (3/8inch) diameter tubing between output A (top
port) of the digital valve controller output and the tubing segment between the solenoid valve and safety valve
actuator.
In both applications, install pressure gauges or pipe plugs in all three of the pressure gauge connections under the
cover.
Note
The monitoring line should be tapped into the control line as close to the actuator as possible, away from the solenoid valve. This
will minimize the effect of transients in the pressure readings due to the solenoid valve actuation.
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Wiring Configuration Option for Solenoid Valve Testing
(DVC6200 SIS Only)
The DVC6200 SIS device can be used to provide a momentary signal interruption to the solenoid valve for solenoid
valve testing. To do this, the OUT terminals in the digital valve controller are used in series with the solenoid valve, as
shown in figure 37.
D Connect the solenoid valve wires from the Logic Solver to the DVC6200 SIS OUT terminals.
D Connect the solenoid valve wires to the DVC6200 SIS OUT terminals.
Figure 37. Wiring the Solenoid Valve for Solenoid Valve Testing through (DVC6200 SIS De-Energize to Trip
pneumatics shown)
24 VDC
CONTROL LINE
+
S
A
Out
- +
B
MONITORING
1 LINE
1 SEE NOTE ON PAGE 43
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Notes
This wiring configuration option requires DVC6200 SIS FW 7 or later.
The Transmitter/Switch selection on the printed wiring board (PWB) must be set to 'Switch'. See figure 22 on page 28.
The solenoid valve circuit must be 30 VDC or less, with a maximum current of 1 amp.
In the DVC6200 SIS configuration, the Output Terminal must be set to 'Solenoid Valve Test'.
Refer to page 26 for loop wiring.
Loss of LOOP power to the DVC6200 SIS will take the OUT circuit to the open state.
Proceed to Step 4—Configure the Digital Valve Controller on page 33.
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