+GF+ SIGNET 5600 Batch Controller Instructions ENGLISH 3-5600.090-1 B-1/98 CAUTION! • Refer to this instruction manual for more details. • Remove power to unit before wiring input and output connections. • Follow instructions carefully to avoid personal injury. Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Dial Selection Power Connection Compatible Sensor Wiring Batch Contact Wiring Remote Control Wiring End of Batch/Counter Pulse Output Wiring Option Contact Wiring Options Current Output Wiring Options 5600 Operation Modes Menu Functions Parts and Accessories Specifications Quick Reference Menu Parameters Maintenance Troubleshooting 2. Power Connection 1. Dial Selection The analog display shows percentage of batch complete 0 - 100%, or percentage of remaining batch 100 - 0% on the reversible dial face plate. Meter deflection is fixed from left to right. The instrument is shipped with the percentage of batch complete 0 - 100% scale shown. Reverse the face plate for either scale, as desired. 0- 100 ALA RM % Ba 100 tch ALA RM 2 D ALA RM 1 0 % Bat ch 100 ALA RM 4. Batch Contact Wiring +GF+ SIGNET Sensors: Red Black Shld. See section 9 for simple and advanced mode configuration options. 515 525 2517 Option Red Black 2000 2507 2536 2540 Vortex* Iso. Gnd Sen. Pwr. Shld. Freq. IN 12 - 24 VDC OR 12 - 24 VAC Technical Notes: • Maximum 4-20 mA loop impedance (sec. 8A) is affected by the supply voltage. • To reduce the possibility of noise interference, isolate AC power lines from signal lines. 3. Compatible Sensor Wiring Freq. IN + R Open Collector Sensor - + 2 ENTE Std. Sensor External power supply = Double Insulated = DC or AC power C B 5600 Terminals 12-24 V 10 W 1 0 A CAUTION! Never connect 115 VAC or 230 VAC to rear power terminals. High voltage AC will damage instrument and void warranty. NO C 5600 Terminals Batch NC NO C NC AC or DC power flow 5600 Terminals Technical Notes: • To reduce the possibility of noise interference, route sensor cable away from AC power lines. • *Vortex sensor or system frequency output valve Technical Notes: • Maximum alarm contact ratings: 5 A @ 30 VDC, 5 A @ 125 VAC, or 3 A @ 250 VAC • To reduce the possibility of noise interference, isolate AC power lines from signal lines. 6. End of Batch/Counter Pulse Output Wiring A. External counter connection Resume • End of batch pulse from a second 5600 (sec. 6) + - 10 kΩ 5 - 30 VDC + Remote • End of batch current pulse from a second 5600 (sec. 8C). External Counter + Gnd Rsm Start 5600 Terminals RTN • End of batch contact closure from a second 5600 (sec. 7C). Stop IN Gnd CNT/EOB output 5600 Terminals RTN Stop • Mechanical switch closures (shown) B. Daisy chaining two 5600 batch controllers together Rsm Start See section 9 for simple and advanced mode configuration options. Stop Rear START, STOP, and RESUME (Rsm) terminals can provide remote batch control from a distance using one of four methods: Start Momentary Switch Contacts (customer supplied) Gnd 5. Remote Control Wiring CNT/EOB output Remote First 5600 Second 5600 Technical Notes: • Use 4-conductor shielded cable for remote control lines up to 30 m (100 ft) max. Technical Notes: • Use 2-conductor shielded twisted-pair cable for output lines up to 30 m (100 ft.) max. 7. Option Contact Wiring Options 8. Current Output Wiring Options A. Two Stage Shutdown (advanced mode only, sec. 9.2) A. Batch Completion (simple or advanced mode, sec. 9) Batch Option NO C NC NO C Fuse** 1/8A 5600 Terminals - NC + AC or DC power - Current output 4 - 20 mA + * 5600 Terminals Bypass line to tank Main line flow Valve Technical Notes: • Maximum alarm contact ratings: 5 A @ 30 VDC, 5 A @ 125 VAC, or 3 A @ 250 VAC • To reduce the possibility of noise interference, isolate AC power lines from signal lines. B. Missing Signal Alarm (simple or advanced mode, sec. 9) OR Overrun Alarm (advanced mode only, sec. 9.2) Technical Notes: **1/8A fuse recommended (customer supplied) * 4-20 mA output is internally powered (non-isolated), maximum loop impedance 350 Ω with a 12 V instrument supply voltage, 950 Ω with a 24 V instrument supply voltage. To 1. 2. 3. isolate output and prevent ground loop problems: Use monitor device with isolated inputs, or Use separate DC supply for 5600 and monitor device, or Power 5600 with 12 - 24 VAC step down transformer B. Valve Control (advanced mode only, sec. 9.2) #5 ( + ) 5600 Terminals 4 - 20 mA Option NO Alarm device C #6 ( - ) Batch NC NO C NC AC or DC power Technical Notes: • Maximum alarm contact ratings: 5 A @ 30 VDC, 5 A @ 125 VAC, or 3 A @ 250 VAC • To reduce the possibility of noise interference, isolate AC power lines from signal lines. + - Current output 5600 Terminals George Fischer electronic actuator with PE 22P positioner required Technical Notes: • Output compatible with the following George Fischer electronic actuators/PE 22P positioner models: EA 20, EA 30, EA 41, and EA 50 Section 7 Continued... Section 8 Continued... C. End of Batch Pulse (advanced mode only, sec. 9.2) Daisy chaining two 5600 batch controllers together for a second batching stage. C. End of Batch Pulse (advanced mode only, sec. 9.2) Daisy chaining two 5600 batch controllers together for a second batching stage. Batch NC First 5600 RTN Rsm Stop Second 5600 Start + - Current output 5600 Terminals RTN C Rsm NC NO Stop C Start Option NO 5600 Terminals Remote Remote Technical Notes: • Use 2-conductor shielded twisted-pair cable for contact lines up to 30 m (100 ft.) max. First 5600 Second 5600 Technical Notes: • Wiring MUST be connected exactly as shown. • Use 2-conductor shielded twisted-pair cable for output lines up to 30 m (100 ft) max. 9. 5600 Operation Modes This section gives a detailed description of the 5600's simple and advanced operation modes (sec. 14) and how they affect the batch contact, End of batch/totalizer output, option contact, and current output. 9.1 Simple Operation Mode • Batch Contact (sec. 4): In simple mode, the batch contact is dedicated for on/off control. It is energized at the start of a batch and de-energized at the end of a batch. It also de-energizes when STOP is selected from the front keypad or initiated by a remote contact closure to the rear STOP terminals (sec. 5). A RESUME command can also be initiated by either method to complete the batch. The front panel batch indicator turns on when the batch contact is energized. • Counter/End of Batch Pulse Output (sec. 6): In simple mode, the output is configured as a counter pulse output. The output emits a 130 millisecond pulse for each engineering (total) unit measured. The output is a open collector type which requires an external pull up resistor and power supply for external counter use (sec. 6). • Option Contact - Missing Signal Alarm (sec. 7B): This function provides alarm capability if flow is not detected in 30 seconds after a batch cycle starts. If the flow sensor signal is missing, the option contact energizes and the front panel contact indicator turns on, signaling the missing sensor signal. The batch contact also de-energizes, closing the flow control valve and stopping the batch. The alarm condition will remain until the front panel ENTER key is pressed or a remote contact closure is made to the rear STOP terminal (sec. 5). • Current Output - Batch Completion (sec. 8A): This function is offered in the simple or advanced operation mode. The output is a linear increase from 4 mA at batch start to 20 mA at batch end. Batch started... Sensor input option contact batch contact Batch running... 0% 100% 20 mA 4 mA 9.2 Advanced Operation Mode • Batch Contact (sec. 4) The batch contact is dedicated for on/off control and is either manually or automatically compensated for batch overrun. Manual overrun compensation allows the operator to compensate for valve closure time in a batching system. The operator is prompted to enter a batch volume that de-energizes the batch contact early, compensating for valve closing time and eliminating batch overrun. Automatic overrun compensation counts sensor pulses during the batch cycle, and any excess pulses after the batch stops. The instrument calculates the estimated batch overrun based on the additional sensor pulses, then automatically reduces the next batch size for the next batch. During the next batch cycle, the batch contact de-energizes early, thus closing the flow control valve early and eliminating batch overrun. Overrun Comp: automatic manual • Counter/End of Batch Pulse Output (sec. 6): In advanced mode, the output can be configured as either a counter pulse output (sec. 9.1) or as an end of batch pulse output. When configured as an end of batch pulse, the output emits a 500 millisecond pulse at the completion of every batch. The output is a open collector type which requires an external pull up resistor and power supply for external counter use (sec. 6). • Option Contact - Two Stage Shutdown (sec. 7A): This function is designed to prevent over filling or to minimize water hammer. Both the batch and the option contact are energized when the batch starts. The option contact then de-energizes at a programmed batch percentage, forcing flow through a smaller bypass line to reduce the fill rate. After the entire batch is measured, the batch contact de-energizes, completing the sequence. Front keypad and remote START, STOP, and RESUME inputs (sec. 5) also control the option contact. The front panel contact indicator turns on when the option contact is energized. Option Contact: Two Stage Batch running... 0% 90% 100% Option contact batch contact • Option Contact - Overrun Alarm (sec. 7B): This function provides overrun alarm capability for detecting a leaky or stuck valve. If the programmed batch overrun volume is measured after the batch ends, the option contact is energized and the front panel contact indicator turns on, alarming the operator that the flow shut off valve is leaking or stuck open. To cancel alarm, press the ENTER key (or remote STOP switch) once. The overrun alarm will retrigger if the condition persists. Overrun Batch running... 100% 0% Option contact • Option Contact - End of Batch Pulse (sec. 7C): This function is designed to trigger an external batch counter or second 5600 Batch Controller at the end of a batch. The option contact is energized for 500 milliseconds at the end of every batch cycle. An external power supply switched through the option contact's common (COM) and normally open (NO) terminal provides a pulse for triggering these devices. Batch running... 100% 500ms 0% Option contact Option Contact: Overrun Alarm Option Contact: End of Batch batch contact batch contact Option Contact: Missing Signal • Option Contact - Missing Signal Alarm (sec. 7B): The missing signal alarm represents a missing sensor signal after batch start-up. An adjustable time delay entry (in seconds) is offered which specifies how long the instrument will wait after batch start-up before initiating the missing signal alarm. See simple operation mode (sec. 9.1) for alarm operation details. Option Contact: Off • Option Contact On/Off (sec. 10.4H): This function enables or disables the option contact and front panel option LED. When the option contact is configured "Off", the option contact and front panel LED are disabled. • Missing Signal Alarm On/Off (sec. 10.4H): Missing signal alarm is always enabled (factory default sec. 9.1) even if the option contact is selected to be a different function. This function is designed to completely disable the missing signal alarm, if desired. NOTE: If disabled, the batch contact is NOT affected and will NOT signal the operator or stop the running batch if there is a problem. Missing Signal Alarm: On Current Output: Batch Completion • Current Output - Batch Completion (sec. 8A): In advanced mode, the current output functions identical to the simple operation mode. See the simple operation mode explanation above. • Current Output - Valve Control (sec. 8B): This function is designed for use with a George Fischer electric actuator with PE 22P positioner for preventing overflow or minimizing water hammer. When a batch starts, the current output is held at 20 mA, forcing the PE 22P positioner to the full open valve position. Near batch end, the output gradually ramps downward to slow the flowrate, then drops to 4 mA closing the valve and ending the batch. Front keypad and remote START, STOP, and RESUME inputs also control the output (sec. 5). A STOP command any time during a batch sequence will force the output to 4 mA and close the PE 22P positioner. (Note: for optimum performance, the batch process should last at least 1 minute!) Current Output: Valve Control • Current Output - End of Batch (sec. 8C): This function is designed to trigger a second 5600 batch controller's remote START input for a second batching stage. When the batch starts, the current output remains at 0 mA until the end of the batch, then jumps to 20 mA for 500 milliseconds. The 500 millisecond current pulse triggers the second 5600's remote START terminal to start the second batch stage. Current Output: End of Batch Batch running... 0% valve 100% 20 mA valve 4 mA Batch running... 0% 0 mA 100% 20 mA 500ms 10. Menu Functions *Note: BATCH/VIEW Menu steps B - E MUST be selected for CALIBRATE Menu (sec. 10.2) or OPTIONS Menu (sec. 10.4) access. Press & hold ENTER key for menu ENTER access: BATCH/ VIEW 5 2 (See Note*) seconds seconds CALIBRATE (sec. 10.2) OPTIONS Menus: • BATCH/VIEW menu (sec. 10.1): The BATCH/VIEW menu is displayed during standard operation. The ENTER key controls batch start, batch stop, and batch resume operations. While a batch is not running, the operator can navigate freely through the menu by pressing either UP or DOWN arrow keys. While a batch is running, pressing either UP or DOWN arrow keys displays Time left, Flow rate, and Volume batched information. The BATCH/ VIEW menu also offers a programmable batch size and resettable totalizer feature that allows the operator to reset the displayed total at the press of a button. • CALIBRATE Menu (sec. 10.2): The CALIBRATE menu contains all critical display setup and output parameters. A simple security code feature prevents unauthorized tampering. The operator is required to enter a simple access code for menu access. The same code also unlocks OPTIONS menus. • OPTIONS Menu (sec. 10.4): The OPTIONS menu contains setup and display features that are seldom accessed for minor display or output adjustments. (sec. 10.4) 10.1 BATCH/VIEW Menu (example) • Menu steps B - E cannot be accessed when a batch is running. Press ENTER to stop batch cycle. • Steps B - E MUST be selected for CALIBRATE Menu (sec. 10.2) or OPTIONS Menu (sec. 10.4) access. ← Back to Step B To Step E → Main Batching Sequence (sec. 10.4D) OPTIONS = While a batch is running... (sec. 10.4D) OPTIONS = Batch A. Start 0.0 Gallons <ENTER> to Start ENTER Time Left: <1 min <ENTER> to Stop C. Time Left Stop Resume or start ENTER Count Up 40.3 Gallons selected <ENTER> to Stop (sec.10.4K) Volume batched ENTER Resettable Totalizer 1. ENTER Press to reset 60.5 Gallons/m <ENTER> to Stop Flow rate 40.3 Gallons Resume Start Reset Total? Key Code: -- -- -- -Reset Total? Key Code: **** 1. Enter code: Reset Total? 0000000.0 2. 40.3 Gallons <ENTER> to Stop Reset Total?: 1234567.8 Volume batched Resume or start (sec. 10.4D) OPTIONS = B. Reset Total? 1234567.8 Gallons X 1 Total:1234567.8> Batch Volume: 200.500 Gallons Batch Volume: 100.000 Gallons> Programmable Batch Volume 1. Enter volume 2. ENTER OR Batch Volume: Key Code: -- -- -- -Batch Volume: Key Code: **** 1. Enter code: OR 2. Enter volume To step C → 3. ENTER Save ENTER Press to reset Gallons X 1 ∞Total:1234567.8 D. 3. Reset Total?: 0000000.0 Permanent Total cannot be reset. Permanent Total Batch Volume: 200.500 Gallons To exit without changes: quick press quick press D. Save 2. To exit without changes: (sec. 10.4D) OPTIONS = E. Overrun: Manual 0.00000 Gallons Overrun compensation ← To step A E. Shown only when "advanced" mode is chosen (sec. 10.4E) 10.2 CALIBRATE Menu (factory defaults shown in menu column 1) Press keys in sequence CALIBRATE: -- -- -- -Enter Key Code to continue, **** will appear during code entry. 1 2 3 Choose: Change: Save: ←Back to step C G↓ A. Batch Units: Gallons > Batch Units: Liter Set batch units: Aa - Zz, 0 - 9, /, _ Batch K-Factor: 60.000 > D. Batch units B. Batch K-Factor Flow Timebase: m > Flow Time Base: sSmMhHdD Flow timebase C. Auto Calibrate: Batch K-Factor > Auto Calibrate Procedure Accurate reference container required. See procedure (sec. 10.3) Display shown only when advanced mode (sec.10.4E) and manual overrun comp. (sec.10.4G) is selected. To return to VIEW: Batch K-Factor: 3456.7 To step D → Set timebase: S=seconds, M=minutes, H=Hours, D=Days Total Units: Liters X100 Totalizer units Auto Calibrate: Batch <ENTER> to Start Auto Calibrate: ENTER Cancel <ENTER> to Stop Start Auto Cal Volume: ENTER XX.XXX Gallons OR Stop ENTER Save Enter volume Total Units: Gallons x 1 > E. Total K-Factor: 60.000 > F. ENTER "SAVING" briefly displays Total K-Factor: 3456.7 Totalizer K-Factor Last CAL: 01-01-98 Last CAL: 01-01-98 G. Set batch K-Factor: 0.0001 - 99999. (see note*) Set totalizer units: Az - Zz, 0 - 9, /, _ (Label use only) Set totalizer K-Factor: 0.0001 - 99999. (see note*) ENTER "SAVING" briefly displays Last CAL: Sets user defined date Last calibration Batch K-Factor: A. 1234.5 Reenter Batch K-Factor ENTER volume? 1234.3 B. Accept K-Factor? C. Modify Overrun Volume: K-Factor? XX.XXX Gallons ENTER D. Overrun comp. Save ←To step A To return to VIEW: To restore original value: quick press quick press *Note: Batch and totalizer K-Factor settings represent the number of pulses generated by the +GF+ SIGNET flow sensor for each engineering unit of fluid measured (published in the flow sensor manual). To restore original value: quick press quick press 10.3 Auto Calibration Procedure The auto calibrate procedure (sec. 10.2C) calculates a custom flow sensor/batch K-Factor based on volumetric measurement for more precise batching. This process will compensate for installation abnormalities or nonstandard pipe sizes for maximum batch accuracy. An accurate measurement reference container (e.g. known tank volume) is required for this procedure. If auto calibration is impractical for your batch system, perform manual calibration using the K-Factors published in your flow sensor manual. Requirements: A. The flow sensor must be installed in the actual batch pipeline. B. The flow control valve can be connected to the common (C) and normally open (NO) batch contact terminals (sec. 4) or the current output terminals (sec. 8B). C. Either the batch contact or current output MUST be used to energize and de-energize the main flow control valve which starts and stops fluid flow into the known reference container. D. Follow the steps outlined in the auto calibration procedure (sec. 10.2C) to obtain your batch system's custom K-Factor. 5600 40 60 Batch Option 20 Batch % 80 100 0 Batch contact terminals (sec. 4) OR 4-20 mA valve control terminals (sec. 8B) ENTER +GF+ SIGNET Flow Sensor Flow control valve 100 80 60 40 20 0 Reference Container WARNING! The auto calibration procedure generates a custom batch K-Factor. The batch and Totalizer K-Factors are independent from one another. ALWAYS reenter your totalizer K-Factor after performing the auto calibration procedure. 10.4 OPTIONS Menu (factory defaults shown in menu column 1) Press keys in sequence OPTIONS: -- -- -- -Enter Key Code to continue, **** will appear during code entry. 1 2 3 Choose: Change: Save: K↓ A. Contrast: 3 > ←Back to step F G. Contrast: 1 2 3 4 5 Set contrast: 5 levels Display Decimal: . Set flow decimal: ******. . Overrun Comp: Manual > Overrun Comp: Auto Manual Batch contact Contrast B. Display Decimal: . > ***** * **** ** C. Total Decimal: . > ******* * Total Decimal: . ****** ** Totalizer decimal Lock: OFF D. > Lock: Off On Overrun Volume: 0.00000 Gallons> Operating Mode: Advanced > ********. . ****** ** H. - Option contact ENTER Off= Pulse Output: Totalizer > Pulse Output Set operation mode (sec. 9.2): Option Contact: Missing Signal Missing Signal End of Batch Option Contact: Off Turn off Two Stage mode selected Advanced F - H Two Stage Setpoint%: 95.0> Two Stage Setpoint%: 99.5 Option Contact Set pulse output (sec. 9.2): End of Batch Pulse Output: (EOB) End of Batch Set two stage setpoint %: 0.00 - 100. ENTER Overrun Alarm mode selected Overrun Alarm: 1.00000 Gallons> Totalizer (CNT) To step G→ Overrun Alarm: 0002.50 Gallons Set overrun alarm volume: 0.00001 999999. Two Stage, Overrun Alarm, End of Batch, or Off mode selected To restore original value: quick press Overrun Alarm Option Contact: End of Batch Option Contact To return to VIEW: Two Stage Option Contact: Overrun Alarm "SAVING" briefly displays Simple or Pulse Output: Totalizer Set overrun volume: 0.00000 999999. Option Contact: Two Stage Set VIEW Menu lock: Advanced mode selected (step E) F. Option Contact: Missing Signal > Operating Mode: Set operation Simple Advanced mode: Operation mode Overrun Volume: 0003.75 Gallons Batch contact Set totalizer decimal: On= VIEW Menu Lock E. Manual overrun comp selected (step G): ** **** Flow decimal Set overrun compensation: automatic or manual (sec. 9.2) quick press Missing Signal Alarm: On > Missing Signal Alarm: Off On Option Contact Menu Navigation • Advanced mode chosen (step E): menu continues, steps F - I. • Simple mode chosen (step E): down arrow key advances to top of menu (step A). Missing signal alarm: On or Off NOT shown if Missing Signal Alarm is Off (step H) I. Missing Signal Delay: 30.0 sec > Missing Signal Delay: 25.0 sec Option Contact Set missing signal time delay: 0.10 999. sec. Set operation mode (sec. 9.2): J. Current Output: BatchCompletion> Current output Batch Current Output: Batch Completion Completion Current Output: Valve Control Current Output: End of Batch K. Count Direction: Up > Batch display count Count Direction: Up Down Valve Control End of Batch Batch display count direction: Up or Down ←To step A To return to VIEW: To restore original value: quick press quick press "SAVING" briefly displays 11. Parts and Accessories Splashproof rear cover #3-5000.395 (code 198 840 227) 5 x 5 inch adapter plate for +GF+ SIGNET retrofit #3-5000.399 (code 198 840 224) Optional surface mount bracket #3-5000.598 (code 198 840 225) • Power supply, 115 VAC - 24 VAC, #3-5000.075 • Front snap-on bezel, #3-5000.525 (code 198 840 226) • 5600 instruction sheet #3-5600.090-1 (code 198 869 929) 12. Specifications General Sensor compatibility: Accuracy: Input: All +GF+ SIGNET flow sensors ± 0.5% of batch reading Optically isolated Enclosure: • Rating: NEMA 4X/IP65 front • Dimensions: 1/4 DIN, 96 x 96 x 88 mm (3.8 x 3.8 x 3.5 in.) • Case materials: ABS plastic • Keypad material: Sealed 4-key silicone rubber • Weight: Approximately 500 g (18 oz.) Display: • Type: Microprocessor controlled air-core meter movement and alphanumeric 2 x 16 LCD • Update rate: <200 ms • Contrast: User selected • Alarm annunciators: green batch LED (left), red option LED (right) Totalizers: • 8-digit resettable with security option • 8-digit non-resettable Agency Approvals • CE • Manufactured under ISO 9001 Electrical Power: • 12 to 24 VDC or 12 to 24 VAC, unregulated, 50-60 Hz, 10 W max. Contacts (2 sets): • Mechanical SPDT contacts • Maximum voltage rating: 5 A @ 30 VDC, 5 A @ 125 VAC, or 3 A @ 250 VAC, (power factor = 1.0) Current output: • 4 to 20 mA, non-isolated, internally powered • Update rate: <200 ms • Max loop impedance: 350 Ω max with a 12 V instrument supply voltage, 950 Ω max with a 24 V instrument supply voltage • Accuracy: ±0.1% of max range Totalizer (CNT)/End of batch (EOB) pulse outputs: • Open-collector transistor, optically isolated, 5 mA max. sink, 28 VDC max. pull-up voltage, 130 ms (CNT) pulse width • End of batch pulse output 500 ms (fixed) + Environmental Operating temp.: Storage temp.: Relative humidity: Altitude: Pollution degree: -10 to 55 °C (14 to 131 °F), 50 °C (122 °F) max. with optional rear cover -15 to 80 °C (5 to 176 °F) 0 to 95%, non-condensing 4000 m max. 2 Internal EOB/CNT Circuit 100 Ω GND Noise immunity: Noise emissions: Safety: EN50082-2 EN55011 EN61010-1 Dimensions: Panel Gasket 96 mm (3.8 in.) 60 40 Mounting Panel % Batch Batch 20 Optional Splashproof Rear Cover (sec. 11) Option 96 mm (3.8 in.) 80 Mounting Clamp (2 ea.) 100 0 96 mm (3.8 in.) 88 mm (3.5 in.) 91 mm (3.6 in.) SIDE VIEW ENTER Front View +GF+ SIGNET 76 mm (3 in.) 96 mm (3.8 in.) 88 mm (3.5 in.) - Std. Sensor Open Collector Sensor 12-24 V 10 W +GF+ SIGNET Model #3-5600 Option + - NO C Batch NC NO C Batch Rsm RTN + Current output Remote Patent No. D 376,328 CNT/EOB output Stop Gnd + Start Iso. Gnd Freq. IN Sen. Pwr. Freq. IN 88 mm (3.5 in.) 88 mm (3.5 in.) 92 x (3.62 92 mm x 3.6 2 in.) NC Panel cutout Rear View 13. Quick Reference Menu Parameters 13.1 VIEW Menu Setup Parameters (sec. 10.1) Menu Parameters Display Description Range Factory Default A. 100.0 Gallons <ENTER> to Start Press ENTER to start, stop, or resume batch See programmed batch volume B 100.000 Gallons B. Batch Volume: 100.000 Gallons> Programmed batch volume 0.00001 - 999999. 100.000 Gallons C. Gallons X 1 Total:1234567.8> Resettable totalizer 000000.00 - 99999999. 0000000.0 D. Gallons X 1 ∞Total:1234567.8 Permanent totalizer 000000.00 - 99999999. 0000000.0 E. Overrun: Manual 0.00000 Gallons • Overrun mode • Overrun volume Manual or Auto 0.00000 - 999999. 00000.0 13.2 CALIBRATE Menu Setup Parameters (sec. 10.2) Menu Parameters A. Batch Units: Gallons Display Description Range Factory Default Batch units Aa - Zz, 0 - 9, /, _ (8-digits max.) _Gallons > B. Flow Timebase: m > Flow timebase Ss, Mm, Hh, Dd m (m= minutes) C. Auto Calibrate: Batch K-Factor > Optional volumetric calibration n/a n/a D. Batch K-Factor: 60.000 > Batch K-Factor 0.0001 - 99999. 60.000 E. Total Units: Gallons x 1 > Total units Az - Zz, 0 - 9, /, _ (15-digits max.) Gallons X 1 F. Total K-Factor: 60.000 > Total K-Factor 0.0001 - 99999. 60.000 Last Calibration date 00 - 00 - 00 to 39 - 39 - 99 01 - 01 - 98 Display Description Range Factory Default Display contrast 0 to 5 3 Flow decimal **.*** to *****. ****.* Total decimal ******.** to ********. *******.* VIEW menu total/batch volume reset access code On or Off Off Simple or Advanced n/a Advanced G. Last CAL: 01-01-98 13.3 OPTIONS Menu Setup Parameters (sec. 10.4) Menu Parameters A. Contrast: 3 B. Display Decimal: . > C. D. > ***** * Total Decimal: . > ******* * Lock: OFF > E. Operating Mode: Advanced > Pulse Output: Totalizer > Pulse output operation mode End of Batch or Totalizer Totalizer F. Overrun Comp: Manual > Overrun compensation mode Manual or Auto Manual G. Overrun volume 0.00000 - 999999. 0.00000 Gallons Option Contact: Missing Signal > Option contact mode Missing signal, Two stage, Overrun alarm, End of Batch, Off Missing signal Two Stage Setpoint%: 95.0> Option contact, two stage mode 0.00 % - 100. % 95.0% Overrun Alarm: 1.00000 Gallons> Option contact, overrun alarm mode 0.00001 - 999999. 1.00000 Gallons Missing Signal Alarm: On > Missing signal alarm On or Off On I. Missing Signal Delay: 30.0 sec > Missing signal alarm delay 0.10 - 999 seconds 0.10 seconds J. Current Output: BatchCompletion> Current output mode Batch Completion, Valve control, or End of Batch Batch Completion K. Count Direction: Down > Batch count direction Count up or down Count up Overrun Volume: 0.00000 Gallons> H. _ = blank display digit option _ = blank display digit option 14. Maintenance Clean the instrument case and front panel with a soft cloth and mild liquid soap solution. 15. Troubleshooting Display -- -- -- --Gallons/m <ENTER> to START Problem Display timebase too large Solution Change flow timebase (S=Seconds, M=Minutes, H=Hours, D=Days) in CALIBRATE menu to a smaller value (e.g. GPD to GPM) Time Left - - - min <ENTER> to Stop Remaining batch time greater than 999 minutes (overrange) Display will show actual remaining minutes after the remaining batch time is less than 999 minutes -0001.8 Gallons <ENTER> to Start Flow rate detected after batch end Repair leaky or stuck flow shuttoff valve. Flow K-Factor can not be zero Flow (batch) display K-Factor dan not be zero Enter K-Factor greater than zero (sec. 10.2D) Total K-Factor can not be zero Totalizer K-Factor can not be zero Enter K-Factor greater than zero (sec. 9.2E) Must be between 0.10 - 999 Missing signal time delay must be set for 0.10 - 999 seconds Enter missing signal time delay within 0.10 - 999 seconds (sec. 10.4I) Overrun Volume can not be zero Overrun alarm volumetric setting Enter overrun alarm volumetric setpoint within 0.00100 - 999999.) must be within 0.00100 - 999999. engineering units (sec. 10.4H engineering units Power Failure Resume Clear Instrument power interrupted during active batch process Use RIGHT arrow key to select "Resume" or "Clear". Selecting resume will continue the batch from the point where the power interruption occurred. Selecting clear will clear the power failure. After your selection has been made, press ENTER to continue. SETUP READ ERROR Press any Key Power fault occurred while saving setup menu entry Press any key to reload factory defaults then reprogram flow system setup parameters. Note: Totalizer displays remain undistrubed and will resume after instrument reset. Notes: +GF+ SIGNET Sales Offices: USA Switzerland Singapore Japan China Australia George Fischer, Inc., 2882 Dow Avenue, Tustin, CA 92780/USA, Tel. (714) 731-8800, Fax (714) 731-6201 Georg Fischer Rohrleitungssysteme AG, P.O. Box 671, CH-8201 Schaffhausen/Switzerland, Tel. 052/631 1111, Fax 052/631 2830 George Fischer Pte. Ltd., 15 Kaki Bukit Road 2, KB Warehouse Complex, Singapore 1441, Tel. 65/747 0611, Fax 65/747 0577 Kubota George Fischer, 2-47 Shikitsuhigashi, 1-Chome, Naniwa-Ku, Osaka, 556-91 Japan, Tel. 816/648 2545, Fax 816/648 2565 Georg Fischer Ltd., Rm 1503, Business Residence Bldg. of Asia Plaza, 2-3 Bldg. No. 5th Qu Anzhenxili, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing 100029, P.R. China, Tel. 86/10 6443 0577, Fax 86/10 6443 0578 George Fischer Pty. Ltd., Suite 3, 41 Stamford Road, Oakleigh, Victoria 3166, Australia, Tel. 61/3 9568 0966, Fax 61/3 9568 0988 Signet Scientific Company, 3401 Aerojet Avenue, El Monte, CA 91731-2882 U.S.A., Tel. (626) 571-2770, Fax (626) 573-2057 GEORGE FISCHER +GF+ Piping Systems 3-5600.090-1/(B-1/98), English PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER © Signet Scientific Company 1996 Printed in U.S.A.