SensyTemp TSP300-W WirelessHART Temperature sensor with

SensyTemp TSP300-W WirelessHART Temperature sensor with
Commissioning Instruction CI/TSP300-W-EN
SensyTemp TSP300-W WirelessHART
Temperature sensor with Energy Harvester
Measurement made easy
Short product description
Temperature sensor with Energy Harvester for the autonomous
wireless measurement of the temperature of liquid and
gaseous measuring media.
Further information
Additional documentation on SensyTemp TSP300-W
WirelessHART is available for download free of charge at
www.abb.com/temperature.
Manufacturer
ABB Automation Products GmbH
Process Automation
Borsigstr. 2
63755 Alzenau
Germany
Tel: +49 551 905-534
Fax: +49 551 905-555
Customer service center
Tel.:
+49 180 5 222 580
Fax:
+49 621 381 931-29031
Mail: [email protected]
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Contents
1 Safety ............................................................................... 4 1.1 General information and instructions .................... 4 1.2 Warnings ............................................................. 4 1.3 Intended use........................................................ 4 1.4 Improper use ....................................................... 4 1.5 Handling of lithium ion batteries............................ 4 1.5.1 Transport ............................................................. 5 1.5.2 Disposal .............................................................. 5 1.5.3 Battery lifetime ..................................................... 5 2 Use in potentially explosive atmospheres according to
ATEX and IECEx .............................................................. 6 2.1 Ex-marking Transmitter ........................................ 6 2.2 Installation instructions ......................................... 6 2.3 Temperature data ................................................ 6 2.3.1 Model TSP341-W-A6 / H6-Y22 and Y23 ............. 7 2.3.2 TSP3x1-W (X=1-3) and TSP341-W-Y11 with
Energy Harvester ................................................. 7 2.3.3 TSP3x1-W (X=1-3) and TSP341-W-Y11 without
Energy Harvester ................................................. 8 2.3.4 Self heating of the sensor..................................... 8 2.4 Electrical connections .......................................... 8 2.5 Commissioning .................................................... 8 2.6 Operating instructions .......................................... 8 2.6.1 Protection against electrostatic discharges .......... 8 2.6.2 Changing the measuring inset .............................. 8 2.6.3 Changing the battery ........................................... 8 3 Product identification ...................................................... 9 3.1 Name plate .......................................................... 9 4 Transport and storage .................................................... 9 4.1 Inspection ............................................................ 9 4.2 Transporting the device ....................................... 9 4.3 Storing the device ................................................ 9 4.3.1 Ambient conditions .............................................. 9 5 Installation ..................................................................... 10 5.1.1 Recommended insertion depth .......................... 10 5.2 Opening and closing the housing ....................... 11 5.2.1 Rotating the Antenna ......................................... 11 5.2.2 Rotating the LCD indicator ................................. 11 5.3 Electrical connections ........................................ 12 6 Commissioning .............................................................. 13 6.1 General remarks ................................................ 13 6.2 Checks prior to commissioning .......................... 13 6.3 Switching on the power supply .......................... 13 6.4 Basic Setup ....................................................... 13 6.4.1 Configuration with the LCD indicator .................. 14 6.4.2 Configuration with the PC / laptop or handheld
terminal.............................................................. 15 6.4.3 Configuration with Device Type Manager (DTM) . 16 6.4.4 Commissioning by Device Type Manager ........... 16 6.4.5 Network Diagnostics by Device Type Manager ... 17 7 Operation ....................................................................... 17 7.1 Operating instructions ........................................ 17 7.2 Activation of the LC display ................................ 17 7.3 Hardware settings .............................................. 18 7.4 Menu navigation ................................................ 18 8 Maintenance .................................................................. 19 8.1 Safety instructions.............................................. 19 9 Appendix ....................................................................... 20 9.1 Declarations of conformity .................................. 20 SensyTemp TSP300-W | CI/TSP300-W-EN 3
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Safety
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1.1 General information and instructions
These instructions are an important part of the product and
must be retained for future reference.
Installation, commissioning, and maintenance of the product
may only be performed by trained specialist personnel who
have been authorized by the plant operator accordingly. The
specialist personnel must have read and understood the
manual and must comply with its instructions.
For additional information or if specific problems occur that are
not discussed in these instructions, contact the manufacturer.
The content of these instructions is neither part of nor an
amendment to any previous or existing agreement, promise or
legal relationship.
Modifications and repairs to the product may only be
performed if expressly permitted by these instructions.
Information and symbols on the product must be observed.
These may not be removed and must be fully legible at all
times.
The operating company must strictly observe the applicable
national regulations relating to the installation, function testing,
repair and maintenance of electrical products.
1.2 Warnings
The warnings in these instructions are structured as follows:
DANGER
The signal word "DANGER" indicates an imminent danger.
Failure to observe this information will result in death or
severe injury.
WARNING
The signal word "WARNING" indicates an imminent danger.
Failure to observe this information may result in death or
severe injury.
CAUTION
The signal word "CAUTION" indicates an imminent danger.
Failure to observe this information may result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTE
The signal word "NOTE" indicates useful or important
information about the product.
The signal word "NOTE" is not a signal word indicating a
danger to personnel. The signal word "NOTE" can also refer
to material damage.
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1.3 Intended use
This device is intended for the following uses:
— To measure the temperature of fluid, pulpy or pasty
substances and gases or resistance/voltage values.
The device has been designed for use exclusively within the
values stated on the name plate and within the technical limit
values specified on the data sheets.
— The maximum and minimum operating temperature limits
must not be exceeded or undershot.
— The permissible ambient temperature must not be
exceeded.
— The housing's degree of protection must be observed
during operation.
1.4 Improper use
The following are considered to be instances of improper use
of the device:
— As a climbing aid, e.g., for mounting purposes.
— As a support for external loads, e.g., as a support for
piping, etc.
— Adding material, e.g., by painting over the name plate or
welding / soldering on parts.
— Removing material, e.g., by spot drilling the housing.
1.5 Handling of lithium ion batteries
Lithium batteries do not pose a danger if handled properly.
Please note the following points for the proper handling of
lithium batteries:
— Protect the contacts or connection leads of lithium
batteries that are not used in the device against shortcircuits, e.g. by masking them
— Do not charge lithium batteries
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1.5.1 Transport
The device is shipped with a Lithium Battery in shape of a
D-Cell. The battery is already installed.
Transport of lithium batteries is subject to regulations.
Regulations are based on the United Nations Model
Regulations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
The most important regulations can be summarized as follows:
— C- and D-size cells as well as larger cells and most battery
packs have to be transported under dangerous goods
regulations.
— Lithium batteries below 2 g lithium content (corresponding
approximately to 3 AA cells) are exempted from
dangerous goods regulations but each package requires a
special label to indicate that it contains lithium batteries
and special procedures shall be followed when a package
is damaged during transportation.
— Transport regulations require that lithium cells and
batteries of all kinds, exempted or not, be tested
according to the UN test methods.
Packing instructions for air transport of lithium batteries
worldwide are revised bienially by the International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAO) and distributed in various
languages by the International Air Transport
Association (IATA).
According to the regulations, Tadiran Lithium Batteries are
classified as lithium metal batteries. Different regulations are
valid for transport in the USA.
1.5.2 Disposal
The European Battery Directive 2006/66/EC restricts the use
of certain hazardous substances in batteries and establishes
rules for the collection, treatment, recycling and disposal of
waste batteries and accumulators.
It is transposed individually in each EU member state. For
example, transposition in the UK is by the Batteries and
Accumulators (Placing on the Market) Regulations 2008 and
by the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009.
— The reason for these regulations is that there are a
number of environmental concerns which arise when
dealing with the waste management of batteries and
accumulators. These relate for the most part to the metals
contained in these batteries. Mercury, lead and cadmium
are by far the most problematic substances in the battery
waste stream. Other metals commonly used in batteries,
such as zinc, copper, manganese, lithium and nickel, may
also constitute environmental hazards. However, the new
regulations apply to all batteries and not just to hazardous
ones because all batteries contain substances which are
more or less harmful to the environment and because
experience with previous regulations showed that `all
battery' collection schemes are more efficient than
separate schemes for certain types of portable batteries.
— Batteries should be recycled because battery recycling
helps to save resources by allowing for the recovery of
valuable metals such as nickel, cobalt and silver and
requires less energy consumption. For example, using
recycled cadmium and nickel requires respectively 46 %
and 75 % less primary energy than the extraction and
refining of virgin metals.
This information is based on the `Q&A on the Batteries
Directive 2006/66/EC' document that can be downloaded
from the European Commission website.
1.5.3 Battery lifetime
The SensyTemp TSP300-W support battery management by a
life time estimation algorithm, There are parameters outside
the device’s control influencing the battery life time such as
operating temperature.
The SensyTemp TSP300-W estimates remaining battery life
time based on current consumption and electronics
temperature. Anyway it is a calculation based on historical
information and does not consider future conditions.
When the battery is changed, the transmitter powers down.
Insertion of a new battery has to be notified to the device via
EDD, DTM or LC display locally.
The following information is important for end users of
batteries:
— Batteries are marked with the crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol (see title bar). The symbol reminds end users that
batteries must not be disposed as municipal waste, but
collected separately. Used batteries can be returned at
the point of sale at no charge.
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Use in potentially explosive
atmospheres according to ATEX and
IECEx
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NOTE
For further information on the approval of devices for use in
potentially explosive atmospheres, refer to the explosion
protection test certificates (available on the accompanying
product CD or at www.abb.com/temperature).
2.1
Ex-marking Transmitter
NOTE
— Depending on the design, a specific marking in
accordance with ATEX or IECEx applies.
— ABB reserves the right to modify the Ex-marking. Refer
to the name plate for the exact marking.
Model TSP3x1-W-A6..., TSP3x1-W-H6…
(Sensor with transmitter in zone 0, 1, or 2))
ATEX
IECEx
II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4...T1 Ga
Ex ia IIC T4...T1 Ga
Certificate no.:
Certificate no.:
PTB 14 ATEX 2010X
In preperation
— The transmitter and the connected temperature sensor may be used
complete in zone 0, zone 1 or zone 2
— The temperature range corresponds to the information in chapter
„Temperature data“ on page 6
The device is supplied with or without an LCD indicator (order
option "Housing / Indicators").
The LCD indicator has been awarded the following certificates:
ATEX
IECEx
Certificate no.:
Certificate no.:
PTB 05 ATEX 2079X
IECEx PTB 12.0028X
2.2 Installation instructions
The installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair of
devices in areas with explosion hazard must only be carried
out by appropriately trained personnel.
When operating the meter in the presence of combustible
dusts, IEC 61241 ff must be complied with.
The safety instructions for electrical apparatus in potentially
explosive areas must be complied with, in accordance with
Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX) and IEC60079-14 (Installation of
electrical equipment in potentially explosive areas).
To ensure safe operation, the requirements of EU Directive
ATEX 118a (minimum requirements concerning the protection
of workers) must be met.
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When installing in potentially explosive atmospheres, please
observe the following points:
— The specifications of IEC 60079-14 must be observed.
— Damaged equipment/components must not be used.
— Installation may only be carried out in atmospheres that
are not potentially explosive.
— The device is not suitable for mobile use.
— Adequate cooling or air circulation must be ensured at the
installation site in order to comply with the maximum
permissible ambient temperature Tambient.
— To ensure compliance with the Ex i (intrinsic safety) type of
protection, the housing must meet IP rating IP 20 as a
minimum after installation.
— Devices, which contain Aluminum (TSP3X1-W with
connection heads L2 and L4 or transmitter W3 or sensor
mounting Y11), must be protected against mechanical
impact, when installed in hazardous areas where devices
with equipment protection level EPL Ga are required.
2.3 Temperature data
For all TSP3x1-W versions there are two relevant parts of the
Sensor with different temperature ranges:
1. At the enclosure of the transmitter the temperatures must
be in the range of -40 °C up to 70 °C.
2. The process temperature at the measuring point could be
different, but the influence of the self-heating from the
sensor, the temperature rise in the electronic and the
temperature class/zone has to be taken into account.
2.3.1 Model TSP341-W-A6 / H6-Y22 and Y23
The TSP341-W xx Y22 and Y23 (….) can be used at ambient
temperatures from -40°C up to 70 °C at the transmitter
enclosure and the maximum process temperature for each
temperature class and each individual setup has to be defined
with respect to the maximum of 70 °C at the electronic and
the self-heating of the sensor element above.
2.3.2
TSP3x1-W (X=1-3) and TSP341-W-Y11 with Energy
Harvester
A
B
A
C
D
B
A11112
Fig. 2:
Sensor mounting 90° to the piping with Energy Harvester
Position
Temperature
A
Tambient :
-40 °C ... 70 °C
A11111
Fig. 1:
B
Sensor mounting alongside the piping
— The Energy Harvester can be used in the temperature
range of –40 °C to +150 °C.
— For intrinsic safety maximum temperature delta at the
Position
Temperature
A
Tambient :
Energy Harvester of 150 K is allowed
C
B
Surface temperature:
Temperature class reduced by selfheating of the Sensor
TEG unit used:
Maximum surface temperature 150 °C
-40 °C ... 70 °C
D
Tprocess:
-40 °C ... 150 °C
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2.3.3
TSP3x1-W (X=1-3) and TSP341-W-Y11 without
Energy Harvester
No zone, zone 0, zone 1 or zone 2
Ex-Zone
T4 135 °C
T3 200 °C
T2 (300 °C)
(-5 K)
(-5 K)
(-10 K)
T1 400 °C
(-10 K)
Zone 1
123 °C
188 °C
283 °C
383 °C
Zone 0
96 °C
148 °C
223 °C
303 °C
A
Zone 0 with consideration of EN1127-1.
2.4 Electrical connections
HART maintenance port
K
B
A11113
No zone, zone 0, zone 1 or zone 2
Fig. 3:
Sensor with extension tube
K Extension tube length
Position
Temperature
A
Temperature region for the electronic:
-40 °C ... 70 °C
Maximum Tambient:
70 °C – heating due the process temperature
B
Maximum external
port on TTF300-W
connection values
Maximum voltage
Uo = 5.4 V
Ui = 2.6 V
Short-circuit current
Io = 25 mA
Ii = 18 mA
Maximum power
Po = 34 mW
—
Inductance
Li = 0 mH
Lo = 1 mH (IIC)
Capacitance
Ci =1.2 μF
Co = 0.4 μF (IIC)
2.5 Commissioning
The commissioning and parameterization of the device may
also be carried out in potentially explosive atmospheres using
a handheld terminal that has been approved accordingly.
The handheld terminal is connected to the internal HART
maintenance port of the device (see Fig. 10).
The values specified in chapter „Electrical connections“ on
page 8 must be adhered to.
Maximum T process:
Temperature class reduced by selfheating of the sensor
For TSP3x1-W (X:1-3) and TSP 341-W-xx-Y11 without Energy
Harvester the use for the different temperature classes
depends on the process temperature and the zone definition.
The transmitter enclosure must not be heating up higher
than 70°C.
Depending on the extension tube length "K" and the process
temperature the enclosure for the transmitter will heat up so
the ambient temperature has to be reduces for such cases.
The following table shows the Tambient for TSP3x1-W at
different process temperature. A protection against radiation
heat has to be realized. (For example: isolation with 25mm
thickness around the process enclosure.)
Tprocess
HART maintenance
Tambient for extension tube
Tambient for extension tube
length K = 150 mm
length K = 250 mm
100 °C
Max. 65 °C
Max. 70 °C
200 °C
Max. 60 °C
Max. 70 °C
300 °C
Max. 60 °C
Max. 70 °C
400 °C
Max. 55 °C
Max. 65 °C
2.3.4 Self heating of the sensor
The self heating of the sensor is generally defined.
The attached tables take these values into account and show
the resulting maximum process temperature for the different
temperature classes for each configuration of the TSP3x1-W
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2.6 Operating instructions
2.6.1 Protection against electrostatic discharges
The plastic parts inside the device can store electrostatic
charges.
Make sure that no electrostatic charges can accumulate when
handling the device.
2.6.2 Changing the measuring inset
Changing of the measuring inset may only be carried out in
atmospheres that are not potentially explosive.
Carry out the measuring inset change as described in the
Operating Instruction.
2.6.3 Changing the battery
When changing the device battery, observe the following
points:
— The battery can be replaced in potentially explosive
atmospheres because all circuits in the device are
intrinsically safe
— The battery must not be short-circuited
— The provisions of the relevant operational safety
regulations must be observed
— Take appropriate measures to prevent electrostatic
charges on the plastic sleeve of the battery
Carry out the battery change as described in the Operating
Instruction.
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Product identification
3.1
Name plate
NOTE
The data indicated on the name plate regarding power supply, ambient temperature (T amb ) and measuring medium
temperature (T medium ) must be adhered to.
For detailed information on the data indicated on the name plate, see the associated operating instructions (OI).
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Transport and storage
4.1 Inspection
Check the devices immediately after unpacking for possible
damage that may have occurred from improper transport.
Details of any damage that has occurred in transit must be
recorded on the transport documents.
All claims for damages must be submitted to the shipper
without delay and before installation.
4.2 Transporting the device
Observe the following information:
— Do not expose the device to moisture during transport.
Pack the device accordingly.
— Pack the device so that it is protected from vibration
during transport, e.g. through air-cushioned packaging.
4.3 Storing the device
Bear the following points in mind when storing devices:
— Store the device in its original packaging in a dry and
dust-free location.
— Observe the permitted ambient conditions for transport
and storage.
— Avoid storing the device in direct sunlight.
— In principle, the devices may be stored for an unlimited
period. However, the warranty conditions stipulated in the
order confirmation of the supplier apply.
4.3.1 Ambient conditions
The ambient conditions for the transport and storage of the
device correspond to the ambient conditions for operation of
the device.
Adhere to the device data sheet!
CAUTION
Corrosion, fire and explosion hazard if lithium batteries
are not properly handled.
Lithium batteries contain acids and may explode if they are
exposed to extreme heat, become mechanically damaged or
are electrically overloaded.
— Never charge or short-circuit lithium batteries
— Never expose lithium batteries to temperatures > 100 °C
(> 212 °F) or to fire
— Never use damaged lithium batteries
For detailed information about handling lithium batteries, see
chapter „Handling of lithium ion batteries“ on page 4.
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Installation
General Information
As contact thermometers have to be brought to the
temperature of the measuring medium, correct installation is
particularly important for the quality of the measurement.
The best results with regard to accuracy and response time
are achieved when the sensor element is located at the point
of the greatest medium velocity, i.e. the center of the pipe.
To eliminate heat conduction errors to the greatest extent
possible, the immersion length must be 10 … 15 times the
thermowell diameter.-Heat conduction errors arise when the
ambient temperature reaches the sensor element via the
thermowell.
The sensor built in to the tip of the thermowell should be as
evenly bathed in medium as possible.
Installation positions 2 and 3: The thermowells are therefore
usually installed at a 90° angle.-The thermowell tip, i.e. the
sensor, should be in the middle of the pipe.
Installation positions 1 and 5: To meet the requirement for
central installation of the sensor, thermowells can also be
installed in elbow pipes vertically or at an obtuse angle to the
flow direction.
Installation position 4: Indirect measurement of the medium
temperature via the pipe surface is a further option in addition
to immersion measurement.Indirect measurement is somewhat
less accurate than measurement in the pipe.Pipe wall
thickness, pipe material and other parameters can influence
the measuring result.
For surface measurement, ensure optimum contact between
the sensor element and the surface and that the sensor
element is insulated against the ambient temperature by
means of suitable insulating material.
In conjunction with an Energy Harvester, the temperature
sensor is completely location-independent within its range in
this measuring method as neither wiring nor difficult to install
welded spuds are required.
5.1.1 Recommended insertion depth
To avoid heat dissipation errors.
Medium
Insertion depth [mm]
Fluids
8 ... 10 x Ø thermowell tip
Gases
10 ... 15 x Ø thermowell tip
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2
4
3
5
1
A11050
Fig. 4: Installation positions
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5.2
5.2.2 Rotating the LCD indicator
Depending on the mounting position, the LCD indicator can be
rotated to enable horizontal readings.
There are 4 possible positions at increments of 90°.
Opening and closing the housing
1
2
1
2
A11105
Fig. 5:
Cover safety device (example)
A11094
Open the housing
1. Release the cover safety device by screwing in the Allen
screw 2.
2. Release the housing cover 1.
Closing the housing
NOTE
Impairment of the housing protection class
Check the O-ring gasket for damage and replace it if
necessary before closing the housing cover.
Check that the O-ring gasket is properly seated when closing
the housing cover.
1. Screw the housing cover 1 back on.
2. Lock the housing cover by unscrewing the Allen
screw 2.
Fig. 7
1 Front view 2 Rear view of LCD indicator/plug positions
To adjust the position, proceed as follows:
1. Unscrew the housing cover.
2. Carefully pull the LCD indicator to release it from its
bracket.
3. Carefully insert the LCD indicator in the required position.
4. Screw the housing cover back on.
NOTE
If the O-ring gasket is seated incorrectly or is damaged,
this may have an adverse effect on the IP rating.
Check the O-ring gasket for damage and replace it if
necessary before closing the housing cover.
Check that the O-ring gasket is properly seated when closing
the housing cover.
5.2.1 Rotating the Antenna
Usually the antenna should be turned into a vertical position by
unlocking the screw at the TSP300-W housing.
NOTE
The Antenna must not be rotated more than 360° in order to
not damage the HF wire inside the transmitter.
1
180°
180°
A11108
Fig. 6:
Rotate the Antenna
1 Lock screw
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5.3 Electrical connections
Resistance thermometers (RTD) / resistors (potentiometers)
6
6
5
A
J
J
4
B
3
3
2
2
1
1
3
J
1
4
4
4
3
3
3
J
2
J
1
1
3
3
J
2
2
1
J
1
1
A11106
Fig. 8
1 – 6 Sensor connection (from measuring inset) A Sensor 1 B Sensor 2
Thermocouples / voltages and resistance thermometer (RTD) / thermocouple combinations
A
-
6
-
+
+
5
6
6
+
5
5
+
6
5
+
6
5
4
3
B
+
-
2
1
+
-
2
+
-
1
2
1
+
-
2
1
J
2
1
3
3
J
2
1
J
1
A11107
Fig. 9
1 – 6 Sensor connection (from measuring inset) A Sensor 1 B Sensor 2
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Commissioning
Usually 3 parameters should be set always during first
commissioning to alow a device to join a network.
6.1 General remarks
The device is immediately ready for operation after mounting
and installation of the connections. Default parameters are set
at the factory.
6.2 Checks prior to commissioning
The following points must be checked before commissioning
the device:
— The ambient conditions must meet the requirements set
out on the name plate and in the Datasheet.
6.3 Switching on the power supply
For initial shipment the device’s battery is isolated by plastic
tap. With removal of the tap the device gets powered.
To power-off the device insert an isolating tap between the
battery and one of the poles or remove the battery.
6.4 Basic Setup
The SensyTemp TSP300-W can be commissioned via the
build in LCD indicator (see Chapter „Configuration with the
LCD indicator“ on page 14).
Additionally the SensyTemp TSP300-W can be commissioned
via standard HART tools including:
— ABB HART Hand Held DHH805 (TTX300-W EDD).
— ABB Asset Vision Basic (TTX300-W DTM).
— ABB 800xA Control System (TTX300-W DTM)
— Other tools supporting standard HART EDDs or DTMs
(FDT1.2)
NOTE
Not all tools and frame applications do support DTMs or
EDDs on same level. Particularly optional or extended
functions of the EDD/DTM may not be available on all tools.
ABB provides frame applications supporting full range of
functions and performance.
The connection to these tools can be both, wired or wireless.
For first commissioning the wired connection should be
preferred. The HART maintenance port is the interface for the
wired connection.
Network-ID
The network-id is the identifier of a network and must be the
same for all devices within the same network including the
gateway.
There might be other networks in parallel but they neeed to
have a different network-id.
The network ID is a 16 bit wide number.
Join-Key
The join key is important to authorize a device joining the
network. It serves for network security. The join key can be the
same for different networks.
The join key is a security relevant information and should
protected as such. Wireless HART allows individual join keys
for the wireless devices in the network what serves for higher
security but has also impact on maintenance effort.
Not all gateways may support individual join keys. The join key
is a set of four 32 bit wide numbers (128 bit in total).
NOTE
For security reasons the join key can not read back from the
device, also not via the local LC display
HART Long-TAG
This is human readable identifier of the device in the network
and is almost used by a getway to build a device list (“live list”)
of the network.
The long TAG shall be unique for every device in the network.
Some gateways notify when doubled long TAGs are identified.
As the long TAG is 32 characters long it is suitable to serve as
a unique identifier of a single device in a whoile plant /
installations and not just within the wireless HART network.
By default, the SensyTemp TSP300-W is delivered with a
unique long TAG containing part of the devices serial number
and therefore ther is no need to set the long TAG.
In case network ID and join key of SensyTemp TSP300-W
already match the settings of the gateway e.g. due to prior
configuration or default settings are used, there is no need for
any further adjustments. The SensyTemp TSP300-W will join a
reachable network automatically.
1
A11095
Fig. 10 : Wired connection
1 HART maintenance port (hand-held terminal)
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6.4.1 Configuration with the LCD indicator
Commissioning via LC display does not require any tools
connected to the device and is therefore the easiest way to
get a SensyTemp TSP300-W into a wireless network.
The general operation and menus of the LCD indicator are
described in chapter „Menu navigation“ on page 18.
The relevant parameters for network settings are part of menu
“Communication”.
Enter the following parameters as described:
1. Activate the LCD indicator.
Communication
NetworkID
JoinKey
Neighbors
Back
10. Use
11. Use
Select
or
to select "JoinKey".
to confirm your selection.
JoinKey
JoinKey1
WiTemp
JoinKey2
79.89
Back
Exit
3. Use
4. Use
Select
or
to select "Communication".
to confirm your selection.
Communication
Device TAG Name
NetworkID
JoinKey
Back
Select
5. Use
6. Use
or
to select "NetworkID".
to confirm your selection.
NetworkID
Device TAG Name
JoinKey1 (32 bit)
Join key (128 bit)
JoinKey2 (32 bit) JoinKey3 (32 bit)
JoinKey4 (32 bit)
Num 1
Num 2
Num 3
Num 4
Num 5
Num 6
Num 7
Num 8
Menu
Communication
The four numbers of the join key are again separated as 8
single hexadecimal characters 0 ... 9 + A ... F.
The hexadecimal characters are set individually, one by one by
using the up and down button to select a hexadecimal
character. As the join key can not read back for security
reasons the selected character after entering the sub menu is
“8” always.
Num 1
Num 2
Num 3
Num 4
Num 5
Num 6
Num 7
Num 8
to switch to the configuration level.
Edit
Num 1
Num 2
Num 3
Num 4
Num 5
Num 6
Num 7
Num 8
2. Use
°C
Num 1
Num 2
Num 3
Num 4
Num 5
Num 6
Num 7
Num 8
PVariable
JoinKey3
A11100
Fig. 11: Structure of the Join Key
12. Use
or
to select "JoinKey1…4".
13. Use
to confirm your selection.
14. Use
or
to select "Num1…8".
15. Use
to confirm your selection.
16. Use
or
to select the desired hexadecimal
character (0 ... 9 + A ... F).
17. Use
to confirm your selection.
18. Set the remaining characters Num2 … Num8 and the
Numbers JoinKey2 … JoinKey4 according to steps
12. … 13.
19. Use
to select “Back”.
Communication
Quality
NetworkID
JoinKey
Join now
Back
Edit
7. Use
to call up the edit mode.
8. Enter the desired Network ID.
9. Use
to confirm your setting.
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Back
Select
20. Use
or
to select "Join now".
21. Use
to confirm your selection.
22. Use
to call up the edit mode.
23. Use
or
to select "Join now" and use
the action. To cancel the operation use
or
select “-“ and use
to confirm.
to confirm
to
6.4.2
Configuration with the PC / laptop or handheld
terminal
An EDD describes structure and type of device parameters but
has only a limited influence on how this information is provided
to the user.
The following is an example of how the EDD could be
represented. Even the parameter names may be slightly
different as tools typically use vendor specific libraries.
Refer to the operating instructions for the handheld terminal.
The handheld terminal will allow you to set all the relevant
information to let the SensyTemp TSP300-W join a
WirelessHART network.
1. Ensure the TTX300-W EDD has been loaded into the
HART handheld terminal.
2. Connect the HART handheld configurator to the
instrument via the HART maintenance port.
3. Set the handheld terminal to polling (multidrop) mode and
scan for devices. The SensyTemp TSP300-W has a
default polling address of 0. Once connected you can edit
the parameters and configuration data.
4. Configure the SensyTemp TSP300-W according the
following steps A … J:
E
F
G
Key 2 (HEX) Key 3 (HEX) Key 4 (HEX)
H
I
A
J
B
C
A11097
Fig. 13: Network setup (example)
NOTE
Some handheld terminals or computer based tools require
the Join Key (Key 1 … Key 4) to be entered in decimal.
The Join Key cannot be read back at the handheld terminal
to ensure it remains secure.
D
A11096
Fig. 12: Connect to the device and enter network setup (example)
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6.4.3 Configuration with Device Type Manager (DTM)
The TTX300-W DTM gives access to all parameters and
information relevant to communication and device
commissioning.
Once the device is taken into the wireless network by the
gateway the DTM can be used with the wired but also with the
wireless interface, depending of the capabilities of FDT frame
application and gateway.
Typically, the connection to the gateway is via Ethernet. This
allows a remote access to the wireless HART network and the
SensyTemp TSP300-W over intranet or Ethernet, depending
on the network policies.
Components and tools provided or recommended by ABB do
not have limitation regarding the communication interface.
6.4.4 Commissioning by Device Type Manager
Usually the network ID and join key needs to be set to allow a
wireless device to enter an existing network. The join key and
the network ID are also set in the gateway and must be the
same as that entered in the SensyTemp TSP300-W.
The following description assumes the device needs a change
of network parameters to join a network.
The DTM will have to be connected via a wired interface to the
HART Maintenance Port of the SensyTemp TSP300-W. After
searching for the device and getting into online mode, the
dialog Network Settings should be opened:
1
2
3
4
A11099
Fig. 14: DTM Network and Wireless Settings (example)
1 Network ID (decimal) 2 Join key (hexadecimal) 3 Join mode
4 Join status
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Enter the following parameters:
Parameter
Value
Network ID
Enter the Network ID in decimal notation.
Join key
Enter the Join key in hexadecimal notation.
Join Mode
Choose „Join now“.
The Join Status on the bottom of the dialog gives status
information about the process of network join. Whenever a
wireless HART network is in the range of SensyTemp TSP300W – even it does not match its own network parameters - the
“Wireless signal found” flag is set.
This is a pre-condition to join a network. The SensyTemp
TSP300-W now tries to join the network and to establish a
connection to the wireless HART gateway. I successful join
phase is indicated by the “Join complete” flag at the end.
Depending of the network structure, size and performance of
wireless HART gateway and other devices in the network it
may take up to 60 minutes.
Note
Some gateways need to switch on the “Active Advertising” in
order to support devices to join the network.
6.4.5 Network Diagnostics by Device Type Manager
One of the strengths of wireless HART networks is the
capability to automatically build a meshed structure.
Therefore, the wireless devices try to connect to neighbors in
order to get multiple paths for any telegram. The
communication becomes robust by that.
TTX300-W DTM supports you in checking the network
transmission quality to and from the SensyTemp TSP300-W
by powerful network diagnostics:
7
Operation
7.1 Operating instructions
If there is a chance that safe operation is no longer possible,
take the device out of operation and secure it against
unintended startup.
7.2
Activation of the LC display
1
1
A11102
Fig. 16: Activation of LCD display
1 Button to activate the LCD display
The optional LC display is switched of usually to safe power
and extend battery life time.
It is activated (powered) for an adjustable time when pressing
a button on the backside of the transmitter.
2
NOTE
Permanent operation of the LC display will shorten the
battery lifetime by about 50%.
Therefore, the LC display shall be switched off when not in
use / needed.
A11100
Fig. 15: DTM Network Diagnostics (example)
For a maximum of five neighbors, the signal strength of this
specific link is shown. The signal strength is a computed value
considering the signal level, retries required etc.
In a proper and robust network, each wireless device should
have at least three neighbors.
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7.3
7.4
Hardware settings
1
On
2
1
Menu navigation
NOTE
For detailed information on the operation and
parameterization of the device, consult the associated
operating instructions (OI)!
A11104
1
Fig. 17
1 Dip Switches
Switch
Function
1 Local write protection
Off: Local write access disabled
A10001
2
3
Menu name
On: Local write access enabled
2 Standby mode
(no radio communication)
Off: Normal operation
4
On: Standby mode.
The device does not have any wireless
5 Exit
communication.
NOTE
The standby mode disables the radio communication and
put the electronics into deep sleep mode with a very low
power consumption.
Select 5
Fig. 18: LCD display (example)
1 Operating buttons for menu navigation
2 Menu name display 3 Menu number display
4 Marker for indicating the relative position within the menu
5 Display showing the current functions of the
buttons
and
operating
You can use the
or
operating buttons to browse
through the menu or select a number or character within a
parameter value.
Different functions can be assigned to the
and
operating buttons. The function that is currently assigned to
them is shown on the LCD display.
Control button functions
Meaning
Exit
Exit menu
Back
Go back one submenu
Cancel
Cancel a parameter entry
Next
Select the next position for entering numerical and
alphanumeric values
Meaning
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Select
Select submenu / parameter
Edit
Edit parameter
OK
Save parameter entered
8
Maintenance
8.1
Safety instructions
CAUTION
Risk of burns on the sensor due to hot measuring media.
The surface temperature may exceed 70 °C (158 °F),
depending on the measuring medium temperature!
Before starting work on the sensor, make sure that the
device has cooled sufficiently.
NOTE
Damage to components!
The electronic components of the printed circuit board can
be damaged by static electricity (observe ESD guidelines).
Make sure that the static electricity in your body is
discharged before touching electronic components.
NOTE
For detailed information on the maintenance of the device,
consult the associated operating instructions (OI)!
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9
Appendix
9.1
Declarations of conformity
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