CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450 Coriolis Mass

Operating Instruction OI/FCB400/FCH400-EN Rev. A
CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450
Coriolis Mass Flowmeter
Measurement made easy
Short product description
Coriolis Mass FlowmeterFor the measurement of mass and
volume flow, the density and the temperature of liquid and
gaseous measuring media.
Devices firmware version: 00.01.00
Further information
Additional documentation on CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450,
FCH430, FCH450 is available to download free of charge at
www.abb.com/flow.
Alternatively simply scan this code:
Manufacturer
ABB Automation Products GmbH
Process Automation
Dransfelder Str. 2
37079 Göttingen
Germany
Tel:
+49 551 905-0
Fax:
+49 551 905-777
Customer service center
Tel:
+49 180 5 222 580
Mail: automation.service@de.abb.com
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Contents
1 Safety ............................................................................... 5 1.1 General information and instructions .................... 5 1.2 Warnings ............................................................. 5 1.3 Intended use........................................................ 5 1.4 Improper use ....................................................... 5 1.5 Warranty provisions ............................................. 5 2 Use in potentially explosive atmospheres ..................... 6 2.1 Device overview ................................................... 6 2.1.1 ATEX / IECEx ....................................................... 6 2.1.2 cFMus ................................................................. 7 2.2 Ex-marking .......................................................... 8 2.2.1 Description of model numbers ............................. 8 2.2.2 ATEX / IECEx ....................................................... 9 2.2.3 cFMus ............................................................... 10 2.3 Installation instructions ....................................... 11 2.3.1 ATEX / IECEx ..................................................... 11 2.3.2 cFMus ............................................................... 11 2.3.3 Use in areas exposed to combustible dust ......... 11 2.3.4 Opening and closing the housing ....................... 11 2.3.5 Cable entries ..................................................... 12 2.3.6 Electrical connections ........................................ 12 2.3.7 Process sealing ................................................. 12 2.4 Temperature data .............................................. 13 2.5 Electrical data .................................................... 15 2.5.1 Zone 2, 21 and Division 2 .................................. 16 2.5.2 Zone 1, 21 and Division 1 .................................. 17 2.5.3 Special connection conditions............................ 18 2.6 Operating instructions ........................................ 18 2.6.1 Protection against electrostatic discharges ........ 18 2.6.2 Repair ................................................................ 18 2.6.3 Changing the type of protection ......................... 19 3 Function and System Design ........................................ 20 3.1 General remarks ................................................ 20 3.2 Measuring principle ............................................ 20 3.3 Device designs .................................................. 21 4 Product identification .................................................... 23 4.1 Name plate ........................................................ 23 5 Transport and storage .................................................. 24 5.1 Inspection .......................................................... 24 5.2 Transporting the device ..................................... 24 5.3 Storing the device .............................................. 25 5.3.1 Ambient conditions ............................................ 25 5.4 Returning devices .............................................. 25 6 Installation ..................................................................... 25 6.1 General installation conditions ............................ 25 6.1.1 Installation location and assembly ...................... 25 6.2 Mounting position .............................................. 26 6.2.1 Liquid measuring media ..................................... 26 6.2.2 Gaseous measuring media................................. 27 6.2.3 Sensor insulation ............................................... 28 6.2.4 Turn-off devices for zero point adjustment.......... 28 6.2.5 Installation in EHEDG-compliant installations ...... 28 6.3 Installing the sensor ........................................... 29 6.4 Installing the transmitter in the remote mount design
.......................................................................... 29 6.5 Opening and closing the housing ....................... 29 6.5.1 Rotating the transmitter housing and LCD display30 6.6 Installing the plug-in cards.................................. 31 6.7 Electrical connections ........................................ 33 6.7.1 Installing the connecting cables .......................... 33 6.7.2 Electrical connection .......................................... 34 6.7.3 Electrical data for inputs and outputs ................. 34 6.7.4 Connection examples ........................................ 39 6.7.5 Connection to integral mount design .................. 40 6.7.6 Connection to remote mount design .................. 41 7 Commissioning .............................................................. 44 7.1 Hardware settings .............................................. 44 7.2 Checks prior to commissioning .......................... 44 7.3 Switching on the power supply .......................... 44 7.4 Parameterization of the device ........................... 45 7.4.1 Parameterization via the infrared service port
adapter .............................................................. 45 7.4.2 Parameterization via HART ................................. 45 7.5 Basic Setup ....................................................... 46 7.5.1 Menu: Easy Set-up ............................................ 46 8 Operation ....................................................................... 48 8.1 Safety instructions.............................................. 48 8.2 Menu navigation ................................................ 48 8.3 Menu levels........................................................ 49 8.3.1 Process display.................................................. 50 8.3.2 Switching to the information level (operator menu)50 8.3.3 Error messages on the LCD display ................... 51 8.3.4 Switching to the configuration level
(parameterization) .............................................. 51 8.3.5 Selecting and changing parameters ................... 52 8.3.6 Available units .................................................... 54 8.3.7 Available process variables ................................ 55 8.4 Parameter overview ........................................... 57 CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450 | OI/FCB400/FCH400-EN Rev. A 3
8.5 8.5.1 8.5.2 8.5.3 8.5.4 8.5.5 8.5.6 8.5.7 8.5.8 8.5.9 8.6 8.7 8.7.1 8.8 8.8.1 8.9 8.9.1 8.9.2 8.9.3 8.9.4 8.10 8.10.1 8.11 Parameter descriptions ...................................... 66 Menu: Easy Set-up ............................................ 66 Menu: Device Info .............................................. 68 Menu: Device Setup .......................................... 70 Menu: Display .................................................... 76 Menu: Input / Output ......................................... 77 Menu: Process Alarm......................................... 81 Menu: Communication....................................... 82 Menu: Diagnostics ............................................. 83 Menu: Totalizer .................................................. 85 Zero point adjustment under operating conditions87 Measuring standard volumes ............................. 87 Configuration ..................................................... 87 VeriMass erosion monitor................................... 88 Configuration ..................................................... 88 DensiMass concentration measurement............. 89 Calculating standard volumes and standard
densities of liquids ............................................. 89 Accuracy of concentration measurement ........... 90 Entering the concentration matrix ....................... 90 Structure of the concentration matrix ................. 91 FillMass batch function ...................................... 92 Configuration ..................................................... 92 Software history ................................................. 93 9 Diagnosis / error messages .......................................... 94 9.1 Calling up the error description .......................... 94 9.2 General remarks ................................................ 94 9.3 Overview ........................................................... 95 9.4 Error messages ................................................. 97 10 Maintenance ................................................................ 100 10.1 Flowmeter sensor ............................................ 100 10.2 Cleaning .......................................................... 100 11 Repair .......................................................................... 100 11.1 Spare parts...................................................... 101 11.2 Fuse replacement ............................................ 101 11.3 Replacing the LCD indicator and frontend board102 11.4 Returning devices ............................................ 103 12 Recycling and disposal ............................................... 103 12.1 Dismounting .................................................... 103 12.2 Disposal .......................................................... 103 12.3 Information on ROHS Directive 2011/65/EC..... 103 13 Specifications .............................................................. 103 14 Appendix ..................................................................... 104 14.1 Return form ..................................................... 104 14.2 Declarations of conformity................................ 105 4 OI/FCB400/FCH400-EN Rev. A | CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450
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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.
1.3 Intended use
This device is intended for the following uses:
— To convey liquids and gases (including unstable liquids
and gases)
— To meter mass flow directly
— To meter volumetric flow (indirectly via mass flow and
density)
— To measure the density of the liquid or gas
— To measure the temperature of the liquid or gas
The device has been designed for use exclusively within the
technical limit values indicated on the identification plate and
in the data sheets.
When using media for measurement the following points must
be observed:
— Measuring media may only be used if, based on the state
of the art or the operating experience of the user, it can be
assured that the chemical and physical properties
necessary for safe operation of the materials of transmitter
components coming into contact with these will not be
adversely affected during the operating period.
— Media containing chloride in particular can cause
corrosion damage to stainless steels which, although not
visible externally, can damage wetted parts beyond repair
and lead to the measuring medium escaping. It is the
operator's responsibility to check the suitability of these
materials for the respective application.
— Measuring media with unknown properties or abrasive
measuring media may only be used if the operator can
perform regular and suitable tests to ensure the safe
condition of the meter.
1.4 Improper use
The following are considered to be instances of improper use
of the device:
— For operating as a flexible adapter in piping, e.g. for
compensating pipe offsets, pipe vibrations, pipe
expansions, etc.
— For use as a climbing aid, e.g. for mounting purposes
— For use as a support for external loads, e.g. as a support
for piping, etc.
— Material application, e.g. by painting over the name plate
or welding/soldering on parts
— Material removal, e.g. by spot drilling the housing
1.5 Warranty provisions
Using the device in a manner that does not fall within the
scope of its intended use, disregarding this manual, using
underqualified personnel, or making unauthorized alterations
releases the manufacturer from liability for any resulting
damage. This renders the manufacturer's warranty null and
void.
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Use in potentially explosive atmospheres
NOTE
For further information on the approval of devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, refer to the type-examination
certificates or the relevant certificates at www.abb.com/flow.
2.1 Device overview
2.1.1 ATEX / IECEx
Model number
Standard / No explosion protection
Zone 2, 21, 22
Zone 1, 21 (Zone 0)
FCx4xx Y0
FCx4xx A2
FCx4xx A1
Integral mount design
— Standard
— Zone 2, 21, 22
— Zone 1, 21
Inside Pipe Zone 0
— Zone 0
G11855a
Model number
FCT4xx Y0
FCx4xx Y0
G11855c
G11855b
FCT4xx A2
FCx4xx A2
FCT4xx A1
FCx4xx A1
Remote mount design
Transmitter and
flowmeter sensor
— Standard
— Zone 2, 21, 22
— Zone 1, 21
Inside Pipe Zone 0
G11855d
— Zone 0
Model number
FCT4xx Y0
G11855e
FCT4xx A2
G11855f
FCx4xx A1
Remote mount design
Transmitter
— Standard
— Zone 2, 21, 22
Sensor
— Zone 1, 21
Inside Pipe Zone 0
G11855g
— Zone 0
Model number
—
Remote mount design
—
G11855h
FCT4xx A2
G11855i
FCx4xx A1
Transmitter
— Zone 2, 21, 22
Sensor
— Zone 1, 21
Inside Pipe Zone 0
G11855j
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cFMus
Model number
Standard / No explosion protection
Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2
Class I, Div. 1 / Zone 1 (Zone 0)
FCx4xx Y0
FCx4xx F2
FCx4xx F1
Integral mount design
— Standard
— Div. 2 / Zone 2
— Div. 1 / Zone 1
Inside Pipe Zone 0
(Zone 0)
G11856a
Model number
FCT4xx Y0
FCx4xx Y0
G11856c
G11856b
FCT4xx F2
FCx4xx F2
FCT4xx F1
FCx4xx F1
Remote mount design
Transmitter and
flowmeter sensor
— Div. 2 / Zone 2
— Div. 1 / Zone 1
(Zone 0)
Inside Pipe Zone 0
Model number
FCT4xx Y0
G11856f
G11856e
G11855d
FCT4xx F2
FCx4xx F1
Remote mount design
Transmitter
— Standard
Sensor
— Div. 2 / Zone 2
— Div. 1 / Zone 1
Inside Pipe Zone 0
G11855g
(Zone 0)
Model number
—
Remote mount design
—
G11856h
FCT4xx F2
G11856i
FCx4xx F1
Transmitter
— Div. 2 / Zone 2
Sensor
— Div. 1 / Zone 1
(Zone 0)
Inside Pipe Zone 0
G11856j
G11856i
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2.2 Ex-marking
2.2.1 Description of model numbers
Each device design has a specific model number. The parts of the model number relating to explosion protection are listed in
the following table. The complete key to model numbers is described in the device data sheet.
Basic model
Fca4c
XX
XX
f
g
h
i
j
Xx
Explosion protection
Without
Y0
ATEX / IECEx (Zone 2 / 22)
A2
ATEX / IECEx (Zone 1 / 21)
A1
cFMus version, Class 1, Div. 2 (Zone 2 / 21)
F2
cFMus version, Class 1, Div. 1 (Zone 1 / 21)
F1
NEPSI (Zone 2 / 22)
S2
NEPSI (Zone 1 / 21)
S1
Design / terminal box material / cable glands
Integral mount - see transmitter housing
Y0
Remote mount / aluminum / 1 x M20 x 1.5
U1
Remote mount / aluminum / 1 x NPT 1/2 in.
U2
Remote mount / stainless steel / 1 x M20 x 1.5
A1
Remote mount / stainless steel / 1 x NPT 1/2 in.
A2
Nominal diameter / nominal connection diameter
Process connection
Material for wetted parts
Stainless steel
A1
Stainless steel, polished
H1
Ni-Alloy
C1
Flow rate calibration
Density calibration
Design / transmitter housing / transmitter housing material / cable gland
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x M20 x 1.5
D1
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x NPT 1/2 in.
D2
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x M20 x 1.5 (Ex d / XP)
D5
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x NPT 1/2 in. (Ex d / XP)
D6
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x M20 x 1.5
D3
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x NPT 1/2 in.
D4
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x M20 x 1.5 (Ex d / XP)
D7
Integral mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x NPT 1/2 in. (Ex d / XP)
D8
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x M20 x 1.5
R1
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x NPT 1/2 in.
R2
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x M20 x 1.5 (Ex d / XP)
R5
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / aluminum / 3 x NPT 1/2 in. (Ex d / XP)
R6
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x M20 x 1.5
R3
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x NPT 1/2 in.
R4
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x M20 x 1.5 (Ex d / XP)
R7
Remote mount / dual-compartment housing / stainless steel / 3 x NPT 1/2 in. (Ex d / XP)
R8
Remote mount / not specified
Y0
Outputs
Power supply
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2.2.2
ATEX / IECEx
Model number and brief description in Zone 2, 21
FCa4c — A2Y0fghijD
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing
FCa4c — A2efghijY
Sensor in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing
FCT4c — A2R
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing
Ex-marking
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T6…T1 Gc
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
Certificate
— ATEX: FM15ATEX0014X, FM15ATEX0016X
— IECEx: IECEx FME 15.0005X
Model number, brief description and marking in Zone 1, 21
FCa4c — A1Y0fghijDx (x = 1 ... 4)
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing
II 1/2 (1) G Ex d e ia mb [ia Ga] IIC T6…T1 Gb
II 2 (1) D Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T80°C Db
FCa4c — A1Y0fghijDx (x = 5 ... 8)
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing (flameproof enclosure "Ex d")
II 1/2 (1) G Ex d ia mb [ia Ga] IIB+H2 T6...T1 Gb
II 2 (1) D Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T80°C Db
FCa4c — A1efghijY
Sensor in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing
II 1/2 G Ex e ia mb IIB+H2 T6…T1 Ga/Gb
II 2 D Ex ia tb IIIC T80°C Db
FCT4c — A1R (x = 1 ... 4)
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing
II 2 (1) G Ex d e ia mb [ia Ga] IIC T6…T1 Gb
II 2 (1) D Ex ia mb tb [ia Da] IIIC T80°C Db
FCT4c — A1R (x = 5 ... 8)
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing (flameproof enclosure "Ex d")
II 2 (1) G Ex d ia mb [ia Ga] IIB+H2 T6…T1 Gb
II 2 (1) D Ex ia tb [ia Da] IIIC T80°C Db
Certificate
— ATEX: FM15ATEX0015X
— IECEx: IECEx FME 15.0005X
NOTE
— A specific marking applies, depending on the design.
— ABB reserves the right to modify the Ex-marking. Refer to the name plate for the exact marking.
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cFMus
Model number and brief description in Division 2
FCa4c — F2Y0fghijD
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing.
FCa4c — F2efghijY
Sensor in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing.
Designed as "Single Seal Device" or as "Dual Seal Device" (option TE2) in accordance with ANSI / ISA 12.27.01.
FCT4c — F2R
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing.
Ex-marking
NI: CL I,II,III Div 2, GPS ABCDEFG, T6…T1
DIP: CL II,III, Div 1, GPS EFG, T6
CL I, ZN 2, AEx nA IIC T6…T1
ZN 21, AEx ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 2, Ex nA IIC T6...T1
ZN 21,Ex ia tb IIIC T80°C
See handbook for temperature class information
Certificate
cFMus: 3050239
Model number and brief description in Division 1
FCa4c — F1Y0fghijDx (x = 1 ... 4)
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing.
FCa4c — F1Y0fghijDx (x = 5 ... 8)
Integral mount design with dual-compartment housing (Explosionproof "XP").
Designed as "Single Seal Device" or as "Dual Seal Device" (option TE2) in accordance with ANSI / ISA 12.27.01.
XP-IS: CL I, Div 1, GPS ABCD,T6…T1 (USA)
XP-IS: CL I, Div 1, GPS BCD,T6…T1 (CAN)
DIP: CL II,III, Div 1, GPS EFG,T6
ZN 21, AEx ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 1, AEx d ia IIC T6…T1
ZN 21, Ex ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 1, Ex d ia IIB+H2 T6…T1
See handbook for temperature class information and installation drawing 3KXF000028G0009
FCa4c — F1efghijY
Sensor in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing.
Designed as "Single Seal Device" or as "Dual Seal Device" (option TE2) in accordance with ANSI / ISA 12.27.01.
XP-IS: CL I, Div 1, GPS BCD T6…T1
DIP: CL II,III, Div 1, GPS EFG,T6
CL I, ZN 1, AEx d ia IIB+H2 T6…T1
ZN 21, AEx ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 1, Ex d ia IIB+H2 T6…T1
ZN 21, Ex ia tb IIIC T80°C
See handbook for temperature class information and installation drawing 3KXF000028G0009
FCT4c — F1Rx (x = 1 ... 4)
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing.
FCT4c — F1Rx (x = 5 ... 8)
Transmitter in remote mount design with dual-compartment housing (Explosionproof "XP").
XP-IS: CL I, Div 1, GPS BCD,T6…T1 (USA)
XP-IS: CL I, Div 1, GPS BCD,T6…T1 (CAN)
DIP: CL II,III, Div 1, GPS EFG, T6
ZN 21, AEx ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 1, AEx d ia IIB+H2 T6…T1
ZN 21,Ex ia tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 1, Ex d ia IIB+H2 T6…T1
See handbook for temperature class information and installation drawing 3KXF000028G0009
Certificate
cFMus: 3050239
NOTE
— A specific marking applies, depending on the design.
— ABB reserves the right to modify the Ex-marking. Refer to the name plate for the exact marking.
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2.3 Installation instructions
2.3.1 ATEX / IECEx
The installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair of
devices in potentially explosive atmospheres must only be
carried out by appropriately trained personnel.
The safety instructions for the correct use of electrical
apparatus in potentially explosive atmospheres must be
observed, in accordance with Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX) and
IEC 60079-14 (Installation of electrical equipment in potentially
explosive atmospheres).
The requirements set out in EU Directive 1999/92/EC
(minimum requirements for improving the safety and health
protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive
atmospheres) must be fulfilled to ensure safe operation.
2.3.2 cFMus
The installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair of
devices in areas with explosion hazard must only be carried
out by appropriately trained personnel.
The operator must strictly observe the applicable national
regulations with regard to installation, function tests, repairs,
and maintenance of electrical devices. (e.g. NEC, CEC).
2.3.3 Use in areas exposed to combustible dust
When using the device in areas exposed to combustible dusts
(dust ignition), the following points must be observed:
— The maximum surface temperature of the device must not
exceed 85 °C (185 °F).
— The process temperature of the attached lead may exceed
85 °C (185 °F).
— Approved dust-proof cable glands must be used when
operating in Zone 21, 22 or in Class II, Class III.
2.3.4
Opening and closing the housing
DANGER
Danger of explosion if the device is operated with the
transmitter housing or terminal box open!
Before opening the transmitter housing or the terminal box,
note the following points:
— Check that a valid fire permit is available.
— Ensure that the atmosphere is not ignitable or explosive.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to live parts!
When the housing is open, contact protection is not provided
and EMC protection is limited.
Before opening the housing, switch off the power supply.
See also chapter "Opening and closing the housing" on
page 29.
For sealing original spare parts should be used only.
NOTE
Spare parts can be ordered from ABB Service:
Please contact Customer Center Service acc. to page 2 for
nearest service location.
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2.3.5 Cable entries
The devices are supplied with cable glands installed (certified
in accordance with ATEX or IECEx).
The use of standard cable glands and seals is prohibited.
The black plugs in the cable fittings are intended to provide
protection during transport.
The outer diameter of the connection cable must measure
between 6 mm (0.24 inch) and 12 mm (0.47 inch) to ensure
the necessary seal integrity.
Black cable fittings are installed by default when the device is
supplied. If signal outputs are connected to intrinsically safe
circuits, replace the black cap on the corresponding cable
gland with the blue one supplied.
Any unused cable entries must be sealed before
commissioning in accordance with the applicable standards.
NOTE
Devices supplied as the low-temperature version (optional,
up to -40 °C (-40 °F) ambient temperature) are supplied with
metal cable glands due to the required temperature
resistance.
NOTE
Devices certified in accordance with CSA are only ever
supplied with 1/2" NPT threads without glands.
2.3.6 Electrical connections
Temperature resistance for the connecting cable
The temperature at the cable entries of the device is
dependent on the measuring medium temperature T medium
and the ambient temperature Tamb..
For the electrical connection of the device, use only cables
with sufficient temperature resistance according to the
following table.
Devices in integral mount design
Tamb.
Temperature resistance
≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
≥ 60 °C (≥ 140 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
≥ 70 °C (≥ 158 °F)
≤ 70 °C (≤ 158 °F)
≥ 80 °C (≥ 176 °F)
Devices in remote mount design
Grounding
The sensor must be grounded in accordance with the
applicable international standards.
Ground the device according to chapter "Electrical
connection" on page 34.
In accordance with NEC standards, an internal ground
connection is present in the device between the sensor and
the transmitter.
Ground the device according to chapter "Electrical
connection" on page 34.
2.3.7 Process sealing
In accordance with "North American Requirements for Process
Sealing between Electrical Systems and Flammable or
Combustible Process Fluids".
NOTE
The device is suitable for use in Canada.
A maximum surface temperature of 165 °C (329 °F) must not
be exceeded when used in Class II, Groups E, F and G.
All cable conduits (conduits) must be sealed within a
distance of 18 inch (457 mm) from the device.
ABB flowmeters are designed for the worldwide industrial
market and are suitable for functions such as measuring
flammable and combustible liquids and can be installed in
process pipes.
Among their other uses, the devices can be connected to
electrical installations with cable conduits (conduits), which
makes it possible for process media to enter electrical
systems.
To prevent process media from seeping into the electrical
installation, the instruments are equipped with process seals,
which meet the requirements of ANSI / ISA 12.27.01.
Coriolis mass flowmeters are designed as "single seal
devices".
With the option TE2, "Extended tower length - dual seal" the
devices can be used as "dual seal devices".
In accordance with the requirements of the standard ANSI/ISA
12.27.01, the existing operating limits of temperature,
pressure and pressure bearing parts must be reduced to the
following limit values:
Tamb.
Temperature resistance
≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
≥ 70 °C (≥ 158 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
≥ 80 °C (≥ 176 °F)
Alarm values
≤ 70 °C (≤ 158 °F)
≥ 90 °C (≥ 194 °F)
Flange or pipe material
In case of remote systems, at Tamb. ≥ 60 °C (140 °F) the cable
leads within the connection box of the sensor have to be
insulated with supplied silicon tubes.
All materials of the present model
Nominal sizes
DN 15 ... 150 (1/2” ... 6”)
Operating temperature
-50 °C ... 205 °C (-58 °F ... 400 °F)
Process pressure
PN 100 / Class 600
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2.4 Temperature data
Sensor in remote mount design
Environmental and process conditions for model FCx4xx...
Ambient temperature
[Tamb. ]
-20 ... 70 °C (-4 ... 158 °F)
Measuring medium temperature
IP rating / NEMA rating
[Tmedium]
[Tamb, optional ]
-40 ... 70 °C (-40 ... 158 °F)
-40 … 205 °C (-40 … 400 °F)
IP 65, IP 67, IP 68 and NEMA 4X /
type 4X
Measuring medium temperature (Ex data) for model FCx4xx-A1… in Zone 1, Division 1
Ambient temperature [Tamb.]
≤ 30 °C (≤ 86 °F)
Temperature class
Maximum permissible measuring medium temperature [T medium]
≤ 40 °C (≤ 104 °F)
≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
≤ 70 °C(≤ 158 °F)
T1
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T2
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T3
195 °C (383 °F)
T4
130 °C (266 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
T5
130 °C (266 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
T6
95 °C (203 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
—
Measuring medium temperature (Ex data) for model FCx4xx-A2... in Zone 2, Division 2
Ambient temperature [Tamb]
≤ 30 °C (≤ 86 °F)
Temperature class
Maximum permissible measuring medium temperature [T medium]
T1
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T2
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T3
195 °C (383 °F)
T4
≤ 40 °C (≤ 104 °F)
≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
≤ 70 °C (≤ 158 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
T5
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
—
—
T6
80 °C (176 °F)
—
—
—
—
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Sensor in integral mount design
Environmental and process conditions for model FCx4xx...
Ambient temperature
[Tamb ]
-20 ... 70 °C (-4 ... 158 °F)
Measuring medium temperature
[Tamb, optional ]
-40 ... 70 °C (-40 ... 158 °F)
IP rating / NEMA rating
[Tmedium]
-40 … 205 °C (-40 … 400 °F)
IP 65, IP 67, and NEMA 4X /
type 4X
Measuring medium temperature (Ex data) for model FCx4xx-A1… in Zone 1, Division 1
≤ 65 °C (≤ 149 °F)
≤ 70 °C 1) (≤ 158 °F1))
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
T5
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
T6
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
80 °C (176 °F)
Ambient temperature [Tamb]
≤ 30 °C (≤ 86 °F)
≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
Temperature class
Maximum permissible measuring medium temperature [T medium]
T1
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T2
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T3
195 °C (383 °F)
T4
Measuring medium temperature (Ex data) for model FCx4xx-A2... in Zone 2, Division 2
Ambient temperature [Tamb]
≤ 30 °C (≤ 86 °F)
Temperature class
Maximum permissible measuring medium temperature [T medium]
≤ 40 °C (≤ 104 °F)
≤ 60 °C (≤ 140 °F)
≤ 70 °C (≤ 158 °F)
T1
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
T2
205 °C (400 °F)
T3
195 °C (383 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
205 °C (400 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
195 °C (383 °F)
T4
195 °C (383 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
130 °C (266 °F)
T5
95 °C (203 °F)
95 °C (203 °F)
—
—
—
T6
80 °C (176 °F)
—
—
—
—
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≤ 50 °C (≤ 122 °F)
2.5
Electrical data
Standard / No explosion protection
Zone 2 , 21
Zone 1, 21 (Zone 0)
Division 2 and Zone 2, 21
Division 2 and Zone 1, 21
ATEX:
ATEX:
ATEX:
—
II 3 G & II 2 D
II 1/2 (1) G & II 2 (1) D
IECEx:
IECEx:
II 1/2 G
—
Gc & Db
II 2 (1) G & II 2 (1) D
& II 2 D
IECEx:
(Ga) Gb & (Da) Db
Ga/Gb
& Db
(Ga) Gb & (Da) Db
USA:
USA:
USA:
—
NI & DIP
XP-IS & DIP
Canada:
AEx nA & AEx tb
AEx d ia & AEx ia tb
—
Canada:
Canada:
Non-Incendive & Dust Ignition Proof
XP-IS & DIP
Ex nA & Ex tb
Ex d ia & Ex ia tb
A
A
B
B
C
C
G11879b
G11879f
A Power supply
B Inputs / outputs, communication
C Signal cable (remote mount design only)
— Type of protection ATEX / IECEx: Increased
— Type of protection ATEX / IECEx: Either
— Terminals: A, B, UFE, GRN
safety "Ex e"
— Type of protection USA / Canada: "non IS"
— Maximum 250 Vrms
— Terminals: 1+, 2-, L, N,
increased safety "Ex e" or intrinsically safe
— Type of protection ATEX / IECEx: Increased
safety "Ex e"
"Ex ia"
— Type of protection USA / Canada: Either
— Type of protection USA / Canada: "non IS"
"non IS" or "Intrinsic Safety IS".
— When installing in "Ex ia" or "IS", suitable
intrinsically safe isolation amplifiers must be
used for the connection.
— Terminals: 31, 32, Uco, V1, V2, V3, V4, 41,
42, 51, 52
NOTE
When installing in "Ex ia" or "IS", the type of protection is determined by the type of electrical connection. Chapter "Changing
the type of protection" on page 19 must be observed when changing the type of protection!
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2.5.1
Zone 2, 21 and Division 2
Model: FCx4xx-A2, FCx4xx-F2
Outputs on basic device
Active current / HART output 31 / UCO
Operating values (general)
Type of protection – "nA" / "NI"
UN
IN
UN
IN
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
25 mA
30 V
25 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
Terminals 31 / U CO
Passive current / HART output 31 / 32
Terminals 31 / 32
Active digital output 41 / 421)
Terminals 41 / 42 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output 41 / 42
Terminals 41 / 42
Active digital output 51 / 521)
Terminals 51 / 52 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output 51 / 52
Terminals 51 / 52
All outputs are electrically isolated from each other and from the power supply.
Digital outputs 41 / 42 and 51 / 52 are not electrically isolated from each other. Terminals 42 / 52 have the same potential.
Model: FCx4xx-A2, FCx4xx-F2
Inputs and outputs with plug-in cards
Active current output V3 / V4 1)
Operating values (general)
Type of protection – "nA" / "NI"
UN
IN
UN
IN
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
25 mA
30 V
25 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
30 mA
30 V
3.45 mA
30 V
3.45 mA
30 V
3.45 mA
30 V
3.45 mA
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V21)
Passive current output V1 / V2 2)
Passive current output V3 / V4 2)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
Active digital output V3 / V4 1)
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output V1 / V22)
Passive digital output V3 / V42)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
Active digital input V3 / V41)
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V2
Passive digital input V1 / V22)
Passive digital input V3 / V42)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
1) Only in conjunction with additional "24 V DC power supply (blue)" plug-in card in slot OC1.
2) The terminal assignment depends on the model number or the slot assignment. For connection examples, see chapter "Electrical connections" on page 33.
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2.5.2
Zone 1, 21 and Division 1
Model: FCx4xx-A1, FCx4xx-F1
Type of protection
Outputs on basic device
„e“ / „XP“
Active current / HART output 31 / UCO
„ia” / „IS“
UM
IM
UO
UI
IO
II
PO
PI
CO
CI
COPA
CIPA
LO
LI
[V]
[A]
[V]
[V]
[mA]
[mA]
[mW]
[mW]
[nF]
[nF]
[nF]
[nF]
[mH]
[mH]
30
0.2
30
30
115
115
815
815
10
10
5
5
0.08
0.08
30
0.2
—
30
—
115
—
815
—
27
—
5
0.08
0.08
30
0.1
27.8
30
119
30
826
225
20
20
29
29
0.22
0.22
30
0.1
—
30
—
30
—
225
—
27
—
5
—
0.08
30
0.1
27.8
30
119
30
826
225
20
20
29
29
0.22
0.22
30
0.1
—
30
—
30
—
225
—
27
—
5
—
0.08
Terminals 31 / U CO
Passive current / HART output 31 / 32
Terminals 31 / 32
Active digital output 41 / 421)
Terminals 41 / 42 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output 41 / 42
Terminals 41 / 42
Active digital output 51 / 521)
Terminals 51 / 52 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output 51 / 52
Terminals 51 / 52
All outputs are electrically isolated from each other and from the power supply.
Digital outputs 41 / 42 and 51 / 52 are not electrically isolated from each other. Terminals 42 / 52 have the same potential.
Model: FCx4xx-A1, FCx4xx-F1
Inputs and outputs with plug-in cards
Active current output V3 / V4 1)
Type of protection
„e“ / „XP“
„ia” / „IS“
UM
IM
UO
UI
IO
II
PO
PI
CO
CI
COPA
CIPA
LO
[V]
[A]
[V]
[V]
[mA]
[mA]
[mW]
[mW]
[nF]
[nF]
[nF]
[nF]
[mH]
LI
[mH]
30
0.1
27.8
30
119
30
826
225
29
29
117
117
0.4
0.4
30
0.1
—
30
—
68
—
510
—
45
—
59
—
0.27
30
0.1
27.8
30
119
68
826
225
17
17
31
31
0.4
0.4
30
0.1
—
30
—
30
—
225
—
13
—
16
—
0.27
30
0.1
27.8
30
119
3.45
826
25.8
17
17
31
31
0.4
0.4
30
0.1
—
30
—
3.45
—
25.8
—
13
—
16
—
0.27
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V21)
Passive current output V1 / V2 2)
Passive current output V3 / V4 2)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
Active digital output V3 / V4 1)
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V21)
Passive digital output V1 / V22)
Passive digital output V3 / V42)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
Active digital input V3 / V41)
Terminals V3 / V4 and V1 / V2
Passive digital input V1 / V22)
Passive digital input V3 / V42)
Terminals V1 / V2 2) or V3 / V42)
1) Only in conjunction with additional "24 V DC power supply (blue)" plug-in card in slot OC1.
2) The terminal assignment depends on the model number or the slot assignment. For connection examples, see chapter "Electrical connections" on page 33.
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2.5.3
Special connection conditions
NOTE
The AS plug-in card (24 V DC power supply) must only be
used to power the internal inputs and outputs on the device.
It must not be used to power external circuits!
NOTE
If the protective earth (PE) is connected in the flowmeter's
terminal box, you must ensure that no dangerous potential
difference can arise between the protective earth (PE) and
the potential equalization (PA) in areas with explosion risk.
NOTE
For devices with power supply (11 ... 30 V DC) provision
shall be made external to the equipment, to provide the
transient protection device to be set at a level not exceeding
140 % (= 42 V) of the operating voltage.
The output circuits are designed so that they can be
connected to both intrinsically-safe and non-intrinsically-safe
circuits.
— It is not permitted to combine intrinsically safe and nonintrinsically safe circuits.
— On intrinsically-safe circuits, equipotential bonding must
be in place along the entire length of the cable used for
the digital outputs.
— The rated voltage of the non-intrinsically safe circuits is
UM = 30 V.
— Provided that the rated voltage UM = 30 V is not exceeded
if connections are established to non-intrinsically safe
external circuits, intrinsic safety is preserved.
— When changing the type of ignition protection, chapter
"Changing the type of protection" on page 19 must be
adhered to.
Apparatus connected to the flowmeter must have appropriate
explosion protection approval in accordance with the Entity
concept.
The apparatus must have intrinsically safe circuits.
The apparatus must be installed and connected in accordance
with the relevant manufacturer documentation.
The electrical specifications in chapter "Electrical connections"
on page 33 must be observed.
2.6 Operating instructions
2.6.1 Protection against electrostatic discharges
DANGER
Risk of explosion!
The painted surface of the device can store electrostatic
charges. As a result, the housing can form an ignition source
due to electrostatic discharges in the following conditions:
— The device is operated in environments with a relative
humidity of ≤ 30 %.
— This painted surface of the device is therefore relatively
free from impurities such as dirt, dust or oil.
The instructions on avoiding the ignition of hazardous areas
due to electrostatic discharges in accordance with the
EN TR50404 and IEC 60079-32-1 standards must be
observed!
Instructions on cleaning
The painted surface of the device may be cleaned only using a
moist cloth.
2.6.2 Repair
Contact the manufacturer for specific flamepath joint details
during repair of flameproof Ex d apparatus.
The concept of intrinsic safety allows several approved
intrinsically safe devices to be interconnected without
additional certification of intrinsic safety, if the relevant
installation standards are observed.
Devices connected to the relevant apparatus must not be
operated at over 250 Vrms AC or 250 V DC to ground.
Installation in accordance with ATEX or IECEx must comply
with the applicable national and international standards and
directives.
Installation in the USA or Canada must comply with ANSI / ISA
RP 12.6, "Installation of intrinsically safe systems for
hazardous (classified) locations", the "National Electrical Code
(ANSI / NFPA 70), sections 504, 505" and the "Canadian
electrical code (C22.1-02)".
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2.6.3 Changing the type of protection
If you are installing in Zone 1 / Div. 1, the current outputs and digital outputs of models FCB430/450 and FCH430/450 can be
operated with different types of protection:
— Current output and digital output in intrinsically safe ia / IS design
— Current output and digital output in non-intrinsically safe design
If a device that is already operational is operated with a different type of protection, the following measures must be
implemented/insulation checks performed in accordance with applicable standards.
Original installation
New installation
Necessary test steps
Zone 1 / Div. 1:
Zone 1 / Div. 1:
— 500 V AC/1min or 500 x 1.414 = 710 V DC/1min
Current outputs and digital
Current outputs and digital
Test between terminals A / B, UFE, /GND, UCO / 32, 31 / 32, 41 / 42, 51 / 52, V1 / V2
outputs in non-intrinsically
outputs in intrinsically safe
and V3 / V4, and terminals A, B, UFE, GND, U CO, 31, 32, 41, 42, 51, 52, V1, V2, V3,
safe design
ia / IS design
V4 and the housing.
When this test is performed, no voltage flashover is permitted in or on the device.
— Optical evaluation particularly of the electronic circuit boards, no visible damage or
evidence of explosion.
Zone 1 / Div. 1:
Zone 1 / Div. 1:
Current outputs and digital
Current outputs and digital
outputs in intrinsically safe
outputs in non-intrinsically
ia(ib) / IS design
safe design
— Optical evaluation, no damage visible on the threads (cover, 1/2" NPT cable glands).
Change from one to two columns
CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450 | OI/FCB400/FCH400-EN Rev. A 19
Fc  2m   v 



Fc Coriolis force

 Angular velocity

v Velocity of the mass
m Mass
A
B
®
®
®
Fc
®
®
Fc
Fc
®
®
Fc
C
D
®
Fc
®
®
®
3.2 Measuring principle
When a mass flows through a vibrating pipe, Coriolis forces
are generated which bend and twist the pipe. These very small
pipe deformations are measured by optimally mounted
sensors and electronically evaluated. Because the measured
phase shift of the sensor signals is proportional to the mass
flow rate, the Coriolis Mass Flowmeter measures the mass
flow rate in the flowmeter directly. The metering principle is
independent of the density, temperature, viscosity, pressure
and conductivity of the fluid.
The meter tubes always vibrate at resonance. This resonant
frequency, at the operating conditions, is a function of the
meter tube geometry, the characteristics of the flowmeter
materials and the mass of the fluid in the meter tube, which is
also vibrating. It provides an accurate measure of the density
of the fluid being metered.
An integrated temperature sensor measures the fluid
temperature and is utilized for corrections to temperaturedependent instrument parameters. Summarizing, it is possible
to simultaneously measure the mass flow rate, fluid density
and temperature with the Coriolis Mass Flowmeter. Other
measurement values can be derived from these values, e.g.
volume flow rate or concentration.

®
Fc
Fc
®
3.1 General remarks
The ABB CoriolisMaster operates according to the Coriolis
principle.
The construction features conventional parallel meter tubes
and is characterized in particular by its space-saving, sturdy
design, wide range of nominal diameters and minimal pressure
loss.
Function for calculating Coriolis force
®
Function and System Design
®
3
®
Fc
G10356
Fig. 1:
Simplified representation of Coriolis forces
Fig. 1
Description
A
Movement of the pipes inward no flow
B
Direction of the Coriolis force with flow when the tubes are
moving outward
C
Movement of the pipes outward no flow
D
Direction of the Coriolis force with flow when the tubes are
moving inward
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3.3
Device designs
2
1
G11839
Fig. 2:
Designs
1 Sensor (integral mount design) 2 Sensor (remote mount design)
Sensor
Model
FCB400 standard design
FCH400 hygienic design
Housing
Integral mount design, remote mount design
Measuring accuracy for liquids
FCB430
FCB450
FCH430
FCH450
Mass flow1)
0.4 %, 0.25 % and 0.2 %
0.1 % and 0.15 %
0.4 %, 0.25 % and 0.2 %
0.1 % and 0.15 %
Volume flow 1)
0.4 %, 0.25 % and 0.2 %
0.15 %
0.4 %, 0.25 % and 0.2 %
0.15 %
Density
0.01 kg/l
— 0.002 kg/l
0.01 kg/l
— 0.002 kg/l
— 0.001 kg/l (optional)
— 0.001 kg/l (optional)
— 0.0005 kg/l 2)
Temperature
1K
Measuring accuracy for gases 1)
Permissible measuring medium
temperature
— 0.0005 kg/l 2)
0,5 K
1K
0,5 K
1%
0,5 %
1%
0,5 %
-50 ... 160 °C
-50 ... 205 °C
-50 ... 160 °C
-50 ... 205 °C
(-58 … 320 °F)
(-58 ... 400 °F)
(-58 … 320 °F)
(-58 ... 400 °F)
Process connection
Flange DIN 2501 / EN 1092-1
DN 10 … 200, PN 40 … 100
—
Flange ASME B16.5
DN 1/4“ … 8“ PN CL150 … CL600
—
Pipe fitting DIN 11851
DN 10 … 100 (1/4“ … 4“)
DN 15 … 80 (1/2“ … 3“)
Tri-clamp DIN 32676 (ISO 2852),
DN 10 … 100 (1/4“ … 4“)
DN 10 … 100 (1/4“ … 4“)
Tri-clamp BPE
Other connections
On request
On request
Wetted material
Stainless steel, nickel alloy C4 / C22 (optional)
Stainless steel, polished 1.4404 (AISI 316L) or
IP rating
— Integral mount design: IP 65 / IP 67, NEMA 4X
1.4435 (AISI 316L)
— Remote mount design: IP 65 / IP 67 / IP 68 (sensor only, immersion depth: 5 m), NEMA 4X
Approvals
— Explosion protection ATEX / IECEx
— Explosion protection cFMus
— Hygiene approvals
—
— Further approvals
At www.abb.com/flow or on request.
EHEDG, FDA compliant
1) Indication of accuracy in % of the measured value (% of measured value)
2) Measuring accuracy following on-site calibration under operating conditions
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1
G11566
Fig. 3:
Transmitter
1 Transmitter (remote mount design)
Transmitter
Housing
Integral mount design (see Fig. 2, item 1), remote mount design.
IP rating
IP 65 / IP 67, NEMA 4X
Cable length
Maximum 200 m (656 ft), remote mount design only
Power supply
100 … 240 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
11 ... 30 V DC
Outputs in basic version
Current output: 4 … 20 mA, active or passive
Digital output 1: passive, configurable as pulse, frequency or switch output
Digital output 2: passive, configurable as pulse or switch output
Additional optional outputs
The transmitter has two slots in the plug-in cards that can be used to extend the outputs. The
following plug-in cards are available:
— Current output (maximum two plug-in cards simultaneously)
— Digital output (maximum one plug-in card)
— Digital input (maximum one plug-in card)
— 24 V DC power supply for active outputs (maximum one plug-in card)
External output zero return
Yes
External totalizer reset
Yes
Forward/reverse flow metering
Yes
Counter
Yes
Communication
HART protocol 7.1
Empty pipe detection
Yes, via configurable density alarm
Self-monitoring and diagnosis
Yes
Local display
Yes
Field optimization for flow and density
Yes
Concentration measurement "DensiMass"
Yes, optional on models FCB450 and FCH450
"FillMass" fill function
Yes, optional on models FCB450 and FCH450
"VeriMass" function
Yes, optional
Change from one to two columns
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4
Product identification
4.1
Name plate
The marking according to the Pressure Equipment Directive
(PED) can be found on the type plate and on the sensor itself.
1
NOTE
The name plates displayed are examples. The device
identification plates affixed to the device can differ from this
representation.
1
4
CoriolisMaster
Designed and manufactured by:
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5
Size: DN50 Fitting: DN50 / ASME CL150
Material: 1.4404 (316L)
Tmed.: -50 ... 200 °C Tamb.: -20 ... 60°C (-4 ... 104 °F)
Protection Class: Type: NEMA 4x, IP65/67 PED: Fluid 1, Gas
Power Supply: 100 ... 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz Smax: <20 VA
In/Outputs: Urated = 30V
6
3
Serial-No.: 000001
0123456789/X00
7
8
9
2
G11960
Fig. 5:
PED marking (example)
1 CE mark (with number of labeled location)
2 Serial number of the flowmeter sensor
3 Fluid group resp. reason for the exception
NI: CL I, Div 2, ABCDEFG
DIP: CL II,III, Div 1, EFG
CL I, ZN 2, AEx nA IIC T6…T1 CL I, ZN 21, AEx tb IIIC T80°C
CL I, ZN 2, Ex nA IIC T6...T1 CL I, ZN 21, Ex tb IIIC T80°C
4 Material (wetted parts) 5 Nominal size / nominal pressure rating
j
Made in Germany
04/2015
G11900
Fig. 4:
Size: DN50 Fitting: DN50 / ASME CL150
Material: 1.4404 (316L)
Tmed.: -50 ... 200 °C Tamb.: -20 ... 60°C (-4 ... 104 °F)
Protection Class: Type: NEMA 4x, IP65/67 PED: Fluid 1, Gas
4
k
l
ABB Automation Products GmbH
Dransfelder Straße 2 / 37079 Göttingen - Germany-
3
ABB Automation Products GmbH
Dransfelder Straße 2 / 37079 Göttingen - Germany-
II 21 (1) G Ex d e mb ia [ia] IIC T6...T1 GbGa (Ga)
II 2 (1) D Ex ia mb tb [ia] IIIC T80°C Db/Da (Da)
2
Designed and manufactored by:
5
2
Serial Number: 0123456789/X000 / 000001
Model Number: FCB430xxxxxxxxxxx
0044
Serial Number: 0123456789/X000 / 000001
Model Number: FCB430xxxxxxxxxxx
The marking is applied depending to the nominal size
(> DN 25 or ≤ DN 25) of the flowmeter (also refer to article 3,
paragraph 3 Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC).
Name plate (example)
1 Type designation 2 CE mark 3 Serial number
4 Order code 5 Manufacturer
6 Process connection / pressure rating
7 Ambient temperature range 8 PED marking
9 Maximum power consumption j "Hot surface" symbol
k "Follow operating instructions" symbol
l Year of manufacture (month / year)
Pressure equipment subject to PED
Below the CE mark, the number of the designated authority to
confirm that the device meets the requirements of Pressure
Equipment Directive is specified.
The respective fluid group in accordance with the Pressure
Equipment Directive is indicated under PED.
Example: Fluid group 1 = hazardous fluids, gaseous.
m Ex-marking, e.g. ATEX / IECEx or FM / CSA
n Maximum voltage at inputs and outputs
o Power supply p IP rating q Medium temperature range
r Meter tube material s Nominal diameter
Pressure equipment outside the applicable range of the
PED
Under PED, the reason for the exception in article 3,
paragraph 3 of the Pressure Equipment Directive is specified.
The pressure equipment is classified in the SEP (= Sound
Engineering Practice) "Good Engineering Practice" category.
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Transport and storage
Observe the following instructions:
— Do not expose the device to moisture during transport.
Pack the device accordingly.
— Pack the device so that it is protected against vibrations
during transport, e.g., by using air-cushioned packaging.
5.1 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.
5.2
Transporting the device
DANGER
Life-threatening danger due to suspended loads.
In the case of suspended loads, a danger of the load falling
exists.
Remaining under suspended loads is prohibited.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to device slipping.
The device's center of gravity may be higher than the
harness suspension points.
— Make sure that the device does not slip or turn during
transport.
— Support the device laterally during transport.
G11560
Fig. 6
Transport instructions
Observe the following when transporting the device to the
measuring location:
— Pay attention to the device weight details in the data
sheet.
— Use only approved hoisting slings for crane transport.
— Do not lift devices by the transmitter housing or terminal
box.
— The center of gravity of the device may be located above
the harness suspension points.
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5.3 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.
5.3.1 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!
5.4 Returning devices
For the return of devices, follow the instructions in the chapter
"Repair" on page 100.
6
Installation
6.1 General installation conditions
6.1.1 Installation location and assembly
Note the following points when selecting the installation
location and when mounting the sensor:
— The ambient conditions (IP rating, ambient temperature
range Tamb ) of the device must be adhered to at the
installation location.
— Sensors and transmitters must not be exposed to direct
sunlight.If necessary, provide a suitable means of sun
protection on site. The limit values for the ambient
temperature Tamb must be observed.
— On flange devices, ensure that the counterflanges of the
piping are aligned plane parallel. Only install flange devices
with suitable gaskets.
— Prevent the sensor from coming into contact with other
objects.
— The device is designed for industrial applications.
No special EMC protective measures are required if the
electromagnetic fields and interference at the installation
location of the device comply with "Best Practice"
guidelines (in accordance with the standards referred to in
the declaration of conformity).
Maintain a suitable distance from electromagnetic fields
and interference that extend beyond the usual dimensions.
Gaskets
Users are responsible for selecting and mounting suitable
gaskets (material, shape).
Note the following points when selecting and mounting
gaskets:
— Only gaskets made from a material that is compatible with
the measuring medium and measuring medium
temperature may be used
— Gaskets must not extend into the flow area, since possible
turbulence may influence the accuracy of the device.
Calculating pressure loss
Pressure loss is determined by the properties of the medium
and the flow.
Documents to help with the calculation of pressure loss can
be accessed from www.abb.com/flow-selector.
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Brackets and supports
No special supports or damping are required for the device
when the device is used and installed as intended.
In systems designed in accordance with "Best Practice"
guidelines, the forces acting on the device are already
sufficiently absorbed.This is also true of devices installed in
series or in parallel.
For heavier devices, it is advisable to use additional
supports / brackets on site.Doing this prevents damage to the
process connections and piping from lateral forces.
Please observe the following points:
— Mount two supports or brackets symmetrically in the
immediate vicinity of the process connections.
— Do not attach any supports or brackets to the flowmeter
sensor housing.
6.2.1 Liquid measuring media
Observe the following points to avoid measuring errors:
— The meter tubes must always be completely filled with the
measuring medium.
— The gases dissolved in the measuring medium must not
leak out.To safeguard this, a minimum back pressure of
0.2 bar (2.9 psi) is recommended.
— The minimum vapor pressure of the measuring medium
must be maintained when there is negative pressure in the
meter tube or when liquids are gently simmering.
— During operation, there must be no phase transitions in
the measuring medium.
Vertical installation
A
Inlet sections
The sensor does not require any inlet sections.
The devices can be installed directly before/after manifolds,
valves or other equipment, provided that no cavitation is
caused by this equipment.
B
1
2
6.2 Mounting position
The flowmeter operates in any mounting position.
Depending on the measuring medium (liquid or gas) and the
measuring medium temperature, certain mounting positions
are preferable to others.For this purpose, consider the
following examples.
The preferred flow direction is indicated by the arrow on the
sensor.The flow will be displayed as positive.
The specified measuring accuracy can be achieved only in the
calibrated flow direction (for forward flow calibration, this is
only in the direction of the arrow; for the optional forward flow
and reverse flow calibration, this can be in both flow
directions).
3
4
5
G11607
Fig. 7:
Vertical installation
1 Supply tank 2 Sensor 3 Piping constriction / orifice plate
4 Turn-off device 5 Filling tank
A Vertical installation in a riser
For vertical installation in a riser, no special measures are
required.
B Vertical installation in a downpipe
For vertical installation in a downpipe, a piping constriction or
an orifice plate must be installed below the sensor.Doing this
prevents the sensor from draining during the measurement.
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Horizontal installation
6.2.2 Gaseous measuring media
Observe the following points to avoid measuring errors:
— Gases must be dry and free of liquids and condensates.
— Avoid the accumulation of liquids and the formation of
condensate in the meter tube.
— During operation, there must be no phase transitions in
the measuring medium.
A
B
If there is a risk of condensate formation when using gaseous
measuring media, note the following:
Ensure that condensates cannot accumulate in front of the
sensor.
If this cannot be avoided, we recommend that the sensor is
installed vertically with a downward flow direction.
G11608
Fig. 8
Vertical installation
For vertical installation, no special measures are required.
Horizontal installation
A For liquid measuring media and horizontal installation, the
transmitter and terminal box must point upward.
B Installing the sensor at the highest point of the piping
leads to an increased number of measuring errors due to
the accumulation of air or the formation of gas bubbles in
the meter tube.
Horizontal installation
A
B
G11609
Fig. 9
Horizontal installation
A For gaseous measuring media and horizontal installation,
the transmitter and terminal box must point downward.
B Installing the sensor at the lowest point of the piping leads
to an increased number of measuring errors due to the
accumulation of liquid or the formation of condensates in
the meter tube.
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6.2.3
Sensor insulation
To guarantee the conditions for zero point adjustment under
operating conditions, turn-off devices are required in the
piping:
— at least on the outlet side when the transmitter is mounted
in horizontal position "A".
— at least on the inlet side when the transmitter is mounted
in vertical position "B".
In order to perform adjustment during an ongoing process, it
is advisable to mount a bypass pipe as shown in "C".
1
6.2.5
≤ 80 mm
(≤ 3.1 inch)
G11612-01
Fig. 10: Installation when T medium is -50°… 205 °C (-58 … 400 °F)
1 Insulation
The sensor may be insulated only in conjunction with option
TE1 "Tower length extension - meter insulation capability" or
TE2 "Tower length extension - meter insulation capability with
double sealing", as shown in Fig. 10.
6.2.4
B
WARNING
Risk of poisoning!
Bacteria and chemical substances can contaminate or
pollute pipeline systems and the materials they are made of.
In EHEDG-compliant installations, the instructions below
must be observed.
— The required self-draining functionality of the sensor can
only be guaranteed when the vertical mounting position is
used (see also Fig. 7 on page 26).
— The combination of process connections and gaskets
selected by the operator may comprise only EHEDGcompliant components.Note the information in the current
version of the EHEDG Position Paper entitled "Hygienic
Process connections to use with hygienic components
and equipment".
— The pipe fitting in accordance with DIN 11851 is approved
for use in conjunction with an EHEDG-compliant gasket.
Turn-off devices for zero point adjustment
1
A
Installation in EHEDG-compliant installations
C
G11589
Fig. 11: Mounting options for turn-off devices (example)
1 Turn-off device
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6.3 Installing the sensor
Before installation in the piping, observe the installation
conditions and instructions on the mounting position!
1. Insert the sensor into the piping centrally and positioned
coplanar. Use suitable gaskets to seal the process
connections.
2. Tighten flange screws by working on each in a crosswise
manner with the maximum permissible torque.
3. Check the seal integrity of the process connections.
6.4 Installing the transmitter in the remote mount design
When selecting a location for the transmitter, consider the
following points:
— Observe the information concerning maximum ambient
temperature and the protection class on the name plate.
— The location must be mostly free from vibration.
— The location must not be exposed to direct sunlight. If
necessary provide a sun screen on site.
— Do not exceed the maximum signal cable length between
the transmitter and the sensor.
1.
2.
Drill mounting holes at mounting location.
Attach transmitter securely to the mounting location using
appropriate fasteners for the base material.
205 (8.0)
6.5
Opening and closing the housing
DANGER
Danger of explosion if the device is operated with the
transmitter housing or terminal box open!
Before opening the transmitter housing or the terminal box,
note the following points:
— Check that a valid fire permit is available.
— Ensure that the atmosphere is not ignitable or explosive.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to live parts!
When the housing is open, contact protection is not provided
and EMC protection is limited.
Before opening the housing, switch off the power supply.
A
B
1
1
168 (6.6)
168 (6.6)
1
330 (13.0)
300 (11.8)
C
G11738
Fig. 13: Cover safety device (example)
A Integral mount design B Remote mount design
C Transmitter, terminal space, signal cable
To open the housing, release the cover safety device by
screwing in the Allen screw a.
After closing the housing, lock the housing cover by
unscrewing the Allen screw a.
Ø 7 (0.28)
71 (2.8)
1
71 (2.8)
G11894
Fig. 12: Mounting dimensions of double-compartment housing
1 Hole pattern for mounting holes
NOTE
Adverse effect on 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.
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6.5.1 Rotating the transmitter housing and LCD display
Depending on the installation position, the transmitter housing
or LCD display can be rotated to enable horizontal readings.
Transmitter enclosure
LCD indicators
The LCD indicator can be rotated in 4 increments of 90°.
Refer to chapter "Opening and closing the housing" on
page 29!
Rotating the LCD indicator: Perform steps A … G.
DANGER
Damaging the device carries a risk of explosion!
Never disconnect the transmitter housing from the sensor.
Only loosen the screws shown when rotating the transmitter
housing!
A
C
B
Rotating the transmitter housing: Perform steps A … C .
A
B
E
G
90°
90°
D
F
C
G11893
Fig. 15: Rotating the LCD indicator
G11569
Fig. 14: Rotating the transmitter housing
Change from two to one column
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6.6
Installing the plug-in cards
WARNING
Loss of Ex-approval!
Loss of Ex approval due to retrofitting of plug-in cards on devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
— Devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres must not be retrofitted with plug-in cards.
— If devices are to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres, the required plug-in cards must be specified when the
order is placed.
Optional plug-in cards
The transmitter has two slots (OC1, OC2) in which plug-in cards can be inserted to provide additional inputs and outputs. The
slots are located on the transmitter motherboard and can be accessed after removing the front housing cover.
Plug-in card
Description
Number1)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
Maximum two plug-in cards
Order no.: 3KQZ400029U0100
G11896-01a
Passive digital output (green)
Maximum one plug-in card
Order no.: 3KQZ400030U0100
G11896-01b
Passive digital input (yellow)
Maximum one plug-in card
Order no.: 3KQZ400032U0100
G11896-01c
24 V DC power supply (blue)
Maximum one plug-in card
Order no.: 3KQZ400031U0100
G11896-01d
1) The "Number" column indicates the maximum number of plug-in cards of the same type that can be used.
The following table provides an overview of the possible combinations of plug-in cards that can be selected when ordering the
device.
Main ordering
Additional ordering information
Slot OC1
Slot OC2
information (outputs)
Additional
Additional
Terminals V1 / V2
Terminals V3 / V4
output 1
output 2
G0
—
—
—
—
G1
—
—
24 V DC power supply (blue)
—
G2
—
—
—
Passive current output (red)
G3
—
—
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
G0
DRT
—
24 V DC power supply (blue)
—
G0
DRT
DSN
24 V DC power supply (blue)
Passive digital input (yellow)
G0
DRT
DSG
24 V DC power supply (blue)
Passive digital output (green)
G0
DRT
DSA
24 V DC power supply (blue)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
G0
DRN
—
Passive digital input (yellow)
—
G0
DRN
DSG
Passive digital input (yellow)
Passive digital output (green)
G0
DRN
DSA
Passive digital input (yellow)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
G0
DRG
DSN
Passive digital output (green)
Passive digital input (yellow)
G0
DRG
DSA
Passive digital output (green)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
G0
DRA
DSA
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
G0
DRA
DSG
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
Passive digital output (green)
G0
DRA
DSN
Passive current output, 4 ... 20 mA (red)
Passive digital input (yellow)
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1
2
3
4
6
5
G11902
Fig. 16: Installation of plug-in cards (example representation, dual-compartment housing)
1 Cover 2 LCD indicator 3 Frontend board (FE board, on integral mount design only) 4 Slot OC2 5 Slot OC1 6 Plug-in cards
Change from one to two columns
WARNING
Risk of injury due to live parts!
When the housing is open, contact protection is not provided
and EMC protection is limited.
Before opening the housing, switch off the power supply.
1.
2.
3.
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.
5.
4.
6.
7.
8.
Switch off the power supply.
Unscrew / remove the cover.
Remove the LCD indicator. Ensure that the cable harness
is not damaged.
Pull out the frontend board (on integral mount design
only). Ensure that the cable harness is not damaged.
Insert the plug-in card in the corresponding slot and
engage. Ensure that the contacts are aligned correctly.
Attach the FE board, insert the LCD indicator and screw
on / replace the cover.
Connect outputs V1 / V2 and V3 / V4 in accordance with
chapter "Electrical connections" on page 33.
Once the power supply is switched on, configure the plugin card functions.
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6.7
Electrical connections
WARNING
Risk of injury due to live parts.
Improper work on the electrical connections can result in
electric shock.
— Connect the device only with the power supply
disconnected.
— Observe the applicable standards and regulations for the
electrical connection.
6.7.1 Installing the connecting cables
Ensure that a drip loop (water trap) is used when installing the
connecting cables for the sensor.
When mounting the sensor vertically, position the cable entries
at the bottom.
If necessary, rotate the transmitter housing accordingly.
1
The electrical connection may only be established by
authorized specialist personnel and in accordance with the
connection diagrams.
The electrical connection information in the manual must be
observed; otherwise, the type of electrical protection may be
adversely affected.
Ground the measurement system according to requirements.
1
G10413-01
Fig. 17: Laying of the connecting cable
1 Drip loop
Change from two to one column
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6.7.2
Electrical connection
FCT430
FCT450
A
FCB430 / FCH430
FCB450 / FCH430
HART
Oc2
Oc1
+ - +
52
+ - +
Uco 32 31 V3 V4 V1 V2 41 42 51
1+ 2L N
GND UFE
A
B
PE
FCB430 / FCH430
FCB450 / FCH430
GND UFE
A
B
B
G11571
Fig. 18: A Transmitter B Sensor
Change from one to two columns
Connections for the power supply
AC power supply
Terminal
Function / comments
Connecting the signal cable
Only for remote mount design.
The sensor housing and transmitter housing must be
connected to potential equalization.
L
Phase
N
Neutral conductor
Terminal
Function / comments
PE /
Protective earth (PE)
UFE
Sensor power supply
Potential equalization terminal
GND
Mass
A
Data line
B
Data line
DC voltage supply
Terminal
Function / comments
1+
+
2-
-
PE /
Protective earth (PE)
Potential equalization terminal
Connections for inputs and outputs
Terminal
Function / comments
Uco / 31
Active power / HART output 1
or
31 / 32
Passive power / HART output 1
41 / 42
Passive digital output DO1
The output can be configured as a pulse output,
frequency output or switch output on site.
51 / 52
Passive digital output DO2
The output can be configured as a pulse output,
frequency output or switch output on site.
V1 / V2
Plug-in card Oc1
V3 / V4
Plug-in card Oc2
Functional earth / Shielding
6.7.3
Electrical data for inputs and outputs
NOTE
— When using the device in potentially explosive
atmospheres, observe the connection data given in the
chapter Use in potentially explosive atmospheres on
page 16 and 17!
— When connecting the transmitter FCT4xx with the sensor
FCB4xx / FCH4xx, the transmitter must also be
connected to the potential equalization.
The following flowmeter sensor / transmitter combinations are
permitted:
— Sensor FCB430, FCH430 with transmitter FCT430,
FCT450
— Sensor FCB450, FCH450 with transmitter FCT430,
FCT450
For details, see chapter Optional plug-in cards.
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Power supply L / N, 1+ / 2AC power supply
Terminals
L/N
Operating voltage
100 … 240 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power consumption
< 20 VA
Current output
Active
Passive
Terminals
Uco / 31
Output signal
4 … 20 mA or
31 / 32
4 … 20 mA
4 … 12 ... 20 mA,
switchable
Load RB
Source voltage U q
Measuring error
DC voltage supply
Terminals
1+ / 2-
Operating voltage
11 ... 30 V DC
Power consumption
20 W
I
E
RB
Uco
-
+
E
RB
31
4 ... 20 mA
4 ... 20 mA
32
31
G11596-01
—
13 V ≤ Uq ≤ 30 V
< 0.1 % of measured value
HART output
Terminals
Fig. 19: (I = internal, E = external, R B = load)
A Active current output 31 / Uco B Passive current output 31 / 32
Active: Uco / 31
Passive: 31 / 32
Protocol
Transmission
600
HART 7.1
FSK modulation on current output 4 … 20 mA in
accordance with Bell 202 standard
500
RB [Ω]
250 Ω ≤ RB ≤ 600 Ω
HART communication
In conjunction with the DTM (Device Type Manager) available
to the device, communication (configuration, parameterization)
can occur with the corresponding framework applications in
accordance with FDT 0.98 or 1.2 (DSV401 R2).
Other tool/system integrations (e.g., Emerson AMS/Siemens
PCS7) are available on request.
The necessary DTMs and other files can be downloaded from
www.abb.com/flow.
12 ... 30 V
B
I
250 Ω ≤ RB ≤ 300 Ω
1) The source voltage U q depends on the load R B and must be within the
permissible range.
Current output 31 / Uco, 31 / 32 (basic device)
Can be configured for outputting mass flow, volume flow,
density and temperature via on-site software.
A
1)
400
300
Baud rate
1200 baud
Signal amplitude
Maximum 1.2 mAss
200
100
0
0
5
10
15
20
Uq [V]
25
30
35
G10323-02
Permissible source voltage U q for passive outputs in relation to load
resistance where Imax = 22 mA.  = Permissible range
Fig. 20: Source voltage for passive outputs
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Digital output 41 / 42, 51 / 52 (basic device)
Can be configured as pulse, frequency or binary output via onsite software.
A
I
16 ... 30 V
+
E
RB
41
-
RB
Pulse / frequency output (passive)
Terminals
41 / 42, 51 / 52
Output "closed"
0 V ≤ U CEL ≤ 3 V
For f < 2.5 kHz: 2 mA < I CEL < 30 mA
UCE
ICE
For f > 2.5 kHz: 10 mA < I CEL < 30 mA
Output "open"
RB
51
16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V DC
0 mA ≤ I CEH ≤ 0.2 mA
fmax
10.5 kHz
Pulse width
0.1 … 2000 ms
42/52
B
I
E
RB
UCE
ICE
41
51
Binary output (passive)
Terminals
41 / 42, 51 / 52
Output "closed"
0 V ≤ U CEL ≤ 3 V
RB
2 mA ≤ I CEL ≤ 30 mA
0V
24 V DC
42/52
G11597-01
Output "open"
16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 3 V DC
0 mA ≤ I CEH ≤ 0.2 mA
Switching function
Can be configured using software.
Fig. 21: (I = internal, E = external, R B = load)
See chapter "Menu: Input / Output " on
A Passive digital output 41 / 42, 51 / 52 as pulse or frequency output
page 77.
B Passive digital output 51 / 52 as binary output
NOTE
— Terminals 42 / 52 have the same potential. Digital
outputs DO 41 / 42 and DO 51 / 52 are not electrically
isolated from each other. If an additional electrically
isolated digital output is required, a corresponding plugin card must be used.
— If you are using a mechanical counter, we recommend
setting a pulse width of ≥ 30 ms and a maximum
frequency of fmax ≤ 3 kHz.
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Current output V1 / V2, V3 / V4 (plug-in card)
Up to two additional current outputs can be implemented via
the "Passive current output (red)" plug-in card.
Can be configured for outputting mass flow, volume flow,
density and temperature via on-site software.
B
12 ... 30 V
-
+
E
E
RB
I
RB
OC2
V1¹⁾
OC1
-
+
I
4 ... 20 mA
V2¹⁾
V3¹⁾
OC1
I
12 ... 30 V
4 ... 20 mA
V4¹⁾
G11897-01
Fig. 22: (I = internal, E = external, R B = load)
A Passive current output V1 / V2 B Passive current output V3 / V4
OC2
A
Digital output V1 / V2, V3 / V4 (plug-in card)
An additional binary output can be implemented via the
"Passive digital output (green)" plug-in card.
Can be configured as an output for flow direction signaling,
alarm output etc. via on-site software.
RB
E
RB
V1
UCE
ICE
0V
24 V DC
V2
RB
V3
0V
24 V DC
V4
G11898
Fig. 24: Plug-in card as binary output (I = internal, E = external,
R B = load)
The plug-in card can be used in slot OC1 or in OC2.
600
The plug-in card can be used in slot OC1 or in OC2.
RB [Ω]
500
400
Binary output (passive)
300
Terminals
200
Output "closed"
100
0
V1 / V2, V3 / V4
0 V ≤ U CEL ≤ 3 V
2 mA < I CEL < 30 mA
0
5
10
15
20
Uq [V]
25
30
35
Output "open"
Permissible source voltage U q for passive outputs in relation to load
resistance where Imax = 22 mA.  = Permissible range
Fig. 23: Source voltage for passive outputs
16 V ≤ UCEH ≤ 30 V DC
0 mA ≤ I CEH ≤ 0.2 mA
G10323-02
Switching function
Can be configured using software.
See chapter "Menu: Input / Output " on page
77.
Passive current output
Terminals
V1 / V2, V3 / V4
Output signal
4 … 20 mA
Load RB
250 Ω ≤ RB ≤ 600 Ω
Source voltage
13 V ≤ Uq ≤ 30 V
Measuring error
< 0.1 % of measured value
1) The source voltage U q depends on the load R B and must be within the
permissible range.
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OC2
OC1
I
Ri
Ri
V1
V1
V2
+24 V DC
0V
G11739
Fig. 26: (I = Internal, E = External)
V2
0V
V3
+ 16 ... 30 V DC
V4
0V
The plug-in card can only be used in slot OC1.
24 V DC power supply
The plug-in card can be used in slot OC1 or in OC2.
Digital input
V1 / V2, V3 / V4
Can be configured using software.
See chapter "Menu: Input / Output " on page
77.
Input "On"
E
+ 16 ... 30 V DC
Fig. 25: Plug-in card as digital input (I = internal, E = external)
Function
I
E
G11598
Terminals
24 V DC power supply (plug-in card)
The power supply plug-in card allows a passive output on the
transmitter to be used as an active output. See chapter See
chapter "Connection examples" on page 39..
OC1
Digital input V1 / V2, V3 / V4 (plug-in card)
A digital input can be implemented via the "Passive digital
input (yellow)" plug-in card.
Can be configured as an input for external counter reset,
external output deactivation etc. via on-site software.
Terminals
For active connection of passive outputs
Output voltage
24 V DC at 0 mA, 17 V DC at 25 mA
Load rating Imax
25 mA, permanently short circuit-proof
NOTE
When using the device in potentially explosive atmospheres,
the power supply plug-in card must only be used to power
one passive output. It must not be connected to multiple
passive outputs!
16 V ≤ U KL ≤ 30 V
Input "Off"
0 V ≤ UKL ≤ 3 V
Internal resistance
Ri = 6.5 kΩ
V1 / V2
Function
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Active current output V3 / V4
When the "24 V DC power supply (blue)" plug-in card is used,
the current output on the plug-in card can also be wired as
the active current output.
Active digital output 41 / 42, 51 / 52, V3 / V4
When the "24 V DC power supply (blue)" plug-in card is used,
the digital outputs on the basic device and on the plug-in
cards can also be wired as active digital outputs.
I
A
E
V1+
OC1
6.7.4 Connection examples
Input and output functions are configured via the device
software in accordance with the desired application.
See chapter "Parameter descriptions" on page 66.
V2-
+24 V DC, max. 25 mA
RB
0V
4 ... 20 mA
B
OC2
NOTE
Each "power supply (blue)" plug-in card must only power one
output.
It must not be connected to two outputs (e.g. digital output
41 / 42 and 51 / 52)!
V3+
V4G11742
Fig. 29: Active current output V3 / V4 (example)
A Plug-in card "Power supply (blue)" in slot 1
B Plug-in card "Passive current output (red)" in slot 2
I
V1+
OC1
A
E
V2-
+24 V DC, max. 25 mA
0V
Active digital input V3 / V4
When the "24 V DC power supply (blue)" plug-in card is used,
the digital input on the plug-in card can also be wired as the
active digital input.
RB
41+
B
I
E
OC1
A
G11744
V1+
OC2
42/52
V3+
Fig. 27: Active digital output 41 / 42 (example)
A Plug-in card "Power supply (blue)" in slot 1
B Digital output, digital output 41 / 42
B
The connection example shows usage for digital output
41 / 42; the same applies to usage for digital output 51 / 52.
B
OC1
A
V1+
OC2
I
V3+
V2-
V2-
+24 V DC, max. 25 mA
0V
V4G11914
E
Fig. 30: Active digital input V3 / V4 (example)
A Plug-in card "Power supply (blue)" in slot 1
+24 V DC, max. 25 mA
B Plug-in card "Passive digital input (yellow)" in slot 2
0V
RB
V4G11913
Fig. 28: Active digital output V3 / V4 (example)
A Plug-in card "Power supply (blue)" in slot 1
B Plug-in card "Digital output (green)" in slot 2
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6.7.5
Connection to integral mount design
Fig. 31: Connection to integral mount design (example)
1 Terminals for power supply 2 Cover for power supply terminals 3 Terminals for inputs and outputs
4 Terminal for potential equalization 5 Cable entry for inputs and outputs 6 Cable entry for power supply
Change from one to two columns
NOTE
If the O-ring gasket is seated incorrectly or damaged,
this may have an adverse effect on the housing
protection class.
Follow the instructions in chapter "Opening and closing the
housing" on page 29 to open and close the housing safely.
Observe the following points when connecting to an electrical
supply:
— Lead the power supply cable into the housing through the
top cable entry.
— Lead the cables for signal inputs and signal outputs into
the housing through the middle and, where necessary,
bottom cable entries.
— Connect the cables in accordance with the electrical
connection diagram. If present, connect the cable
shielding to the earthing clamp provided.
— Use wire end ferrules when connecting.
— After connecting the power supply to the dualcompartment housing, terminal cover 2 must be
installed.
— Close unused cable entries using suitable plugs.
Observe the following points when connecting to the power
supply:
— Adhere to the limit values of the power supply in
accordance with the information on the device
identification plate.
— A circuit breaker with a maximum rated current of 16 A
must be installed in the power supply line of the
transmitter. The circuit breaker must be located near the
transmitter and marked as being associated with the
device.
— The conductor cross-section of the power supply cable
and the circuit breaker used must comply with VDE 0100.
They must be designed to suit the current consumption of
the flow measuring system. The voltage at the terminals of
the device may not fall below the minimum value required.
— The leads must comply with IEC 227 and/or IEC 245.
— Complete the electrical connection in accordance with the
electrical connection diagram.
— Connect transmitters and sensors to the functional earth
in accordance with the electrical connection diagram.
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6.7.6 Connection to remote mount design
Transmitter
Upper connection box
Lower connection box
2
3
M 20 mm /
NPT 1/2"
GND UFE A
B
1
5 (0.2)
7
15
(0.6)
6
M 20 mm /
NPT 1/2"
50 (1.98)
100 ... 240 V AC
11 ... 30 V DC
PA
5
4
G11619
Fig. 32: Connection to transmitter in remote mount design (example, dimensions in mm (inch))
1 Terminals for power supply 2 Cover for power supply terminals 3 Terminal for signal cable 4 Terminals for inputs and outputs
5 Terminal for potential equalization 6 Cable entry for inputs and outputs 7 Cable entry for power supply
Change from one to two columns
Signal cable specification
Recommended cables
It is recommended to use an ABB signal cable with the order
number 3KQZ407123U0100 for standard applications.
The ABB connection cable fulfills all above specifications and
is suitable up to Tamb. = 80 °C (176 °F) without limitations.
Cable specification
Impedance
100 ... 200 Ω
Withstand voltage
120 V
Outer diameter
6 ... 12 mm (0.24 ... 0.47 inch)
Cable design
Two wire pairs as a star-quad cable
Conductor cross-section
Length-dependent
Shielding
Copper braid with approximately 85 %
For marine applications, an appropriate certified signal cable
must be used. ABB recommends the cable HELKAMA RFEFRHF 2x2x0,75 QUAD 250V (HELKAMA order number 20522).
coverage
Temperature range
Depends on application, when using the
device in potentially explosive atmospheres,
observe chapter "Temperature resistance for
the connecting cable" on page 12.
Maximum signal cable length
0.25 mm2 (AWG 24)
50 m (164 ft)
0.34 mm2 (AWG 22)
100 m (328 ft)
0.5 mm2 (AWG 20)
150 m (492 ft)
0.75
mm2
(AWG 19)
200 m (656 ft)
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NOTE
If the O-ring gasket is seated incorrectly or damaged,
this may have an adverse effect on the housing
protection class.
Follow the instructions in chapter "Opening and closing the
housing" on page 29 to open and close the housing safely.
Terminal ABB signal cable
HELKAMA signal cable
3KQZ407123U0100
20522
1
4
G11748a
GND
3
2
Blue
Blue (4)
UFE
White
White (3)
A
Yellow
Blue (2)
B
Orange
White (1)
G11748b
Observe the following points when connecting to an electrical
supply:
— Lead the cable for the power supply and the signal inputs
and outputs into the housing as shown.
— The signal cable to the sensor is connected in the lower
connection area of the transmitter.
— Connect the cables in accordance with the electrical
connection diagram. If present, connect the cable
shielding to the earthing clamp provided.
— Use wire end ferrules when connecting.
— After connecting the power supply, terminal cover 2
must be installed.
— Close unused cable entries using suitable plugs.
Observe the following points when connecting to the power
supply:
— Adhere to the limit values of the power supply in
accordance with the information on the device
identification plate.
— A circuit breaker with a maximum rated current of 16 A
must be installed in the power supply line of the
transmitter. The circuit breaker must be located near the
transmitter and marked as being associated with the
device.
— The conductor cross-section of the power supply cable
and the circuit breaker used must comply with VDE 0100.
They must be designed to suit the current consumption of
the flow measuring system. The voltage at the terminals of
the device may not fall below the minimum value required.
— The leads must comply with IEC 227 and/or IEC 245.
— Complete the electrical connection in accordance with the
electrical connection diagram.
— Connect transmitters and sensors to the functional earth
in accordance with the electrical connection diagram.
Change from two to one column
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Sensor
Fig. 33: Connection to sensor in remote mount design (example)
1 Terminal for potential equalization 2 Terminals for signal cable
Change from one to two columns
NOTE
If the O-ring gasket is seated incorrectly or damaged,
this may have an adverse effect on the housing
protection class.
Follow the instructions in chapter "Opening and closing the
housing" on page 29 to open and close the housing safely.
Terminal ABB signal cable
HELKAMA signal cable
3KQZ407123U0100
20522
1
4
G11748a
3
2
GND
Blue
Blue (4)
UFE
White
White (3)
A
Yellow
Blue (2)
B
Orange
White (1)
G11748b
Observe the following points when connecting to an electrical
supply:
— Lead the signal cable into the housing as shown.
— Connect the cables in accordance with the electrical
connection diagram. If present, connect the cable
shielding to the earthing clamp provided.
— Use wire end ferrules when connecting.
— At Tamb. ≥ 60 °C (140 °F) the cable leads within the
connection box of the sensor have to be insulated with
supplied silicon tubes.
— Close unused cable entries using suitable plugs.
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7
Commissioning
DANGER
Improper installation and commissioning of the device
carries a risk of explosion.
For use in potentially explosive atmospheres, observe the
information in chapter "Use in potentially explosive
atmospheres" on page 6!
CAUTION
Risk of burns due to hot measuring media.
The device surface temperature may exceed 70 °C (158 °F),
depending on the measuring medium temperature!
Before starting work on the device, make sure that it has
cooled sufficiently.
Configuration for digital outputs 41 / 42 and 51 / 52
The configuration (NAMUR, optoelectronic coupler) for the
digital outputs on the basic device is set via DIP switches in
the transmitter.
Position
Function
On
Digital output 41 / 42 and 51 / 52 as NAMUR output.
Off
Digital output 41 / 42 and 51 / 52 as optoelectronic coupler
output.
Configuration for digital outputs V1 / V2 or V3 / V4
1
OFF
7.1
ON
Hardware settings
G11924
1
Fig. 35: Position of rotary switch on the plug-in card
1 NAMUR rotary switch
2
The configuration (NAMUR, optoelectronic coupler) for the
digital output on the plug-in card is set via a rotary switch on
the plug-in card.
G11779
Fig. 34: Position of DIP switches
1 DIP switch, NAMUR 2 DIP switch, write protection
DIP switches are located behind the front housing cover. The
DIP switches are used to configure specific hardware
functions. The power supply to the transmitter must be briefly
interrupted in order for the modified setting to take effect.
Write-protect switch
When write protection is activated, device parameterization
cannot be changed via the LCD indicator. Activating and
sealing the write protection switch protects the device against
tampering
Position
Function
On
Write protection active
Off
Write protection deactivated.
Position
Function
On
Digital output V1 / V2 or V3 / V4 as NAMUR output.
Off
Digital output V1 / V2 or V3 / V4 as optoelectronic coupler
output.
7.2 Checks prior to commissioning
The following points must be checked before commissioning
the device:
— The wiring must have been completed as described in the
chapter "Electrical connections" on page 33.
— The correct grounding of the sensor.
— The ambient conditions must meet the requirements set
out in the technical data.
— The power supply must meet the requirements set out on
the identification plate.
7.3 Switching on the power supply
— Switch on the power supply.
The LCD display shows the following display during the
startup process:
System Startup
Processing
The process display is displayed after the startup process.
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7.4 Parameterization of the device
The CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430, FCH450 can
be commissioned and operated via the integrated LCD
indicator (see chapter "Menu: Easy Set-up " on page 46).
Alternatively, the CoriolisMaster FCB430, FCB450, FCH430,
FCH450 can also be commissioned and operated via standard
HART tools. These include:
— ABB HART handheld terminal DHH805 (FCB4xx EDD)
— ABB Asset Vision Basic (FCB4xx DTM)
— ABB 800xA control system (FCB4xx DTM)
— Other tools supporting standard HART EDDs or DTMs
(FDT1.2)
NOTE
Not all tools and frame applications support DTMs or EDDs
at the same level. In particular, optional or advanced EDD /
DTM functions may not be available on all tools. ABB
provides frame applications supporting the full range of
functions and performance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Position the infrared service port adapter on the front plate
of the transmitter as shown
Insert USB interface cable into a free USB female
connector on the PC / notebook.
Switch on the device power supply.
Start ABB AssetVision and perform the parameterization
of the equipment.
Detailed information on operating the software is available in
the relevant operating instructions and the DTM online help.
7.4.2 Parameterization via HART
Configuration via the HART interface on the device requires a
PC / notebook and a suitable HART modem.
All parameters can also be set via the HART protocol, using
the HART DTM available at www.abb.com / flow and the "ABB
AssetVision" software.
1
2
3
7.4.1
Parameterization via the infrared service port
adapter
Configuration via the infrared service port adapter on the
device requires a PC / notebook and the FZA100 infrared
service port adapter.
All parameters can also be set without a HART connection,
using the HART DTM available at www.abb.com / flow and the
"ABB AssetVision" software.
~
4 ... 20 mA / HART
G11912
Fig. 37: HART modem on transmitter (example)
1 PC / notebook running ABB AssetVision and HART DTM
2 HART modem 3 Power supply unit
1
For more detailed information on operating the software and
the HART modem, please refer to the relevant operating
instructions and the DTM online help.
RxD
TxD
3
2
G11911
Fig. 36: Infrared service port adapter on transmitter (example)
1 Infrared service port adapter 2 USB interface cable
3 PC / notebook running ABB AssetVision and HART DTM
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7.5 Basic Setup
The device can be factory parameterized to customer specifications upon request. If no customer information is available, the
device is delivered with factory settings.
Settings for the most common parameters are summarized in the "Easy Set-up" menu.
This menu is the quickest way to perform the initial configuration of the device.
For information on navigating through the transmitter menu, see chapter "Menu navigation" on page 48.
Detailed descriptions of all menus and parameters can be found in chapter "Parameter descriptions" on page 66.
7.5.1
Menu: Easy Set-up
Menu / parameter
Description
Easy Set-up
Language
Selection of menu language.
Unit Massflow Qm
Selection of the unit for the mass flow (e.g. for the parameters QmMax / QmMaxDN and for the corresponding
process value).
See "Table 2: Units for the mass flow" on page 54.
Unit Volumeflow Qv
Selection of the unit for the volume flow (e.g. for the parameters QvMax / QvMaxDN and for the corresponding
process value).
See "Table 1: Units for the volume flow" on page 54.
Density
Selection of the unit for the density (e.g. for the associated parameters and the corresponding process values).
See "Table 3: Density units" on page 54.
Unit Temperature
Selection of the unit for the temperature (e.g. for the associated parameters and the corresponding process values).
Unit Mass Totalizer
Selection of the unit for the mass counters and the pulse outputs.
Unit Vol. Totalizer
Selection of the unit for the volume totalizers and the pulse outputs.
See "Table 4: Temperature units" on page 54.
See "Table 6: Units for the mass totalizer" on page 54.
See "Table 7: Units for the volume totalizer" on page 55.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Selection of the process value issued via the current output.
The current outputs V1 / V2 and V3 / V4 are only available if the corresponding plug-in cards are present!
Curr.Out V1 / V2
See "Available process variables" on page 55.
Curr.Out V3 / V4
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 41 / 42.
— Off: Digital output 41 / 42 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output 41 / 42 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
— Pulse: Digital output 41 / 42 as a pulse output. In pulse mode, pulses are output per unit (e.g. 1 pulse per m3).
— Frequency: Digital output 41 / 42 as a frequency output. In frequency mode, a frequency is issued that is
proportional to the flow rate. The maximum frequency can be configured in accordance with the upper range
value.
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 51 / 52.
— Off: Digital output deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output functions as binary output (for function see parameter "„...Setup Logic Output").
— Follow DO 41 / 42: Digital output 51 / 52 operates according to the function of digital output 41 / 42. Depending
on the setting for the "Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 51 / 52 / Outp. Flow Direction" parameter, digital output 51 / 52
operates as follows in pulse mode:
No pulses are issued if "Forward & Reverse" is selected. Only digital output 41 / 42 is active.
When "Forward" is selected, pulses for forward flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for reverse
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
When "Reverse" is selected, pulses for reverse flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for forward
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
— 90° Shift: 90° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
— 180° Shift: 180° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Easy Set-up
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output V1 / V2.
Digital output V1 / V2 is only available if the corresponding plug-in card is present!
— Off: Digital output V1 / V2 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output V1 / V2 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output V3 / V4.
Digital output V3 / V4 is only available if the corresponding plug-in card is present!
— Off: Digital output V3 / V4 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output V3 / V4 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Selection of process value issued via the frequency or pulse output.
Only if digital output 41 / 42 has been configured as a frequency or pulse output.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Pulse
See "Available process variables" on page 55.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Logic
Selection of the output function for the relevant binary output.
— F / R Signal: The binary output signals the flow direction.
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Logic
— Dual Range: The binary output is activated when measuring range 2 (QmMax 2 / QvMax 2) is selected. This
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Logic
— Batch End Contact: The binary output is activated when the set fill quantity is reached (only if the FillMass
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Logic
Only if the relevant digital output has been configured as a binary output.
Pulses per Unit
Set pulses per volume or per mass flow unit, and the pulse width for the digital output operating mode "Pulse".
selection is only available if the parameter "Range Mode Config" has been configured to Qm or Qv.
function is activated).
Only available if a digital output has been configured as a pulse output, and the volume flow or mass flow has been
Pulse Width
selected as the process variable to be output.
Upper Frequency
Sets the upper range value frequency for the digital output operating mode "Frequency". The entered value
corresponds to 100 % flow.
Only available if a digital output has been configured as a frequency output, and the volume flow or mass flow has
been selected as the process variable to be output.
Qm Max
Sets the upper range value for the mass flow for forward and reverse flow. The value is also used to calculate the
corresponding percentage value.
This parameter is only available if the mass flow output "Mass Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the power
and digital outputs.
Qv Max
Setting of the upper measuring range value 1 for the mass flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is also
used to calculate the corresponding percentage value.
This parameter is only available if the volume flow output "Volume Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the
power and digital outputs.
Density Max
Sets the maximum / minimum density to be measured. This value is used to calculate the percentage density value.
These parameters are only available if the density output "Density [unit]" was selected when configuring the power
Density Min
System Zero
and digital outputs.
Starts the automatic zero point adjustment using
. Automatic zero point adjustment takes approx. 60 seconds.
NOTE
Prior to starting the zero point adjustment, make sure that:
— There is no flow through the sensor (close valves, shut-off devices etc.).
— The sensor must be filled completely with measuring medium for measurement.
Change from one to two columns
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8
Operation
8.1
Safety instructions
The LCD indicator has capacitive operating buttons. These
enable you to control the device through the closed housing
cover.
CAUTION
Risk of burns due to hot measuring media.
The device surface temperature may exceed 70 °C (158 °F),
depending on the measuring medium temperature!
Before starting work on the device, make sure that it has
cooled sufficiently.
If there is a chance that safe operation is no longer possible,
take the device out of operation and secure it against
unintended startup.
8.2
Menu navigation
NOTE
The transmitter automatically calibrates the capacitive
buttons on a regular basis. If the cover is opened during
operation, the sensitivity of the buttons is firstly increased to
enable operating errors to occur. The button sensitivity will
return to normal during the next automatic calibration.
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
1
M10145-01
Exit
Exit menu
Back
Go back one submenu
Cancel
Cancel a parameter entry
Next
Select the next position for entering numerical and
alphanumeric values
2
3
Menu
Meaning
4
5 Exit
Select
Select submenu / parameter
Edit
Edit parameter
OK
Save parameter entered
Select 5
Fig. 38: LCD display
1 Operating buttons for menu navigation
2 Menu name display 3 Menu number display
4 Marker for indicating relative position within the menu
5 Display showing the current functions of the
buttons
and
operating
Change from two to one column
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8.3
Menu levels
Process display
Information level
Configuration level
(Operator Menu)
(Configuration)
...Operator Page 1 …
Easy Set-up
4
Autoscroll
Device Info
Diagnostics
Device Setup
Signals View
Display
Input / Output
Process Alarm
Communication
Diagnostics
Totalizer
Process display
The process display shows the current process values.
There are two menu levels under the process display.
Information level (Operator Menu)
The information level contains the parameters and information that are relevant for the operator.
The device configuration cannot be changed on this level.
Configuration level (Configuration)
The configuration level contains all the parameters required for device commissioning and
configuration. The device configuration can be changed on this level. For detailed information on the parameters, see chapter
"Parameter descriptions" on page 66.
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8.3.1
8.3.2 Switching to the information level (operator menu)
On the information level, the operator menu can be used to
display diagnostic information and choose which operator
pages to display.
Process display
1
2
3
4
Process display
3
G11558
Fig. 39: Process display (example)
1 Measuring point tag 2 Current process values
1.
Open the Operator Menu using
.
3 "Button function" icon 4 "Parameterization protected" icon
The process display appears on the LCD display when the
device is switched on. It shows information about the device
and current process values.
The way in which the current process values are shown can
be adjusted on the configuration level.
The symbols at the bottom of the process display are used to
indicate the functions of the operating buttons
and
, in
addition to other information.
Symbol
/
Operator Menu
Diagnostics
Operator Page 1
Operator Page 2
Back
2.
3.
Select the desired submenu using
Confirm the selection with
.
Description
Menu
Call up information level.
… / Operator Menu
When Autoscroll mode is activated, the
- icon appears
Select
Diagnostics
here and the operator pages are automatically displayed
/
.
Description
Selection of sub-menu "Diagnostics"; see also
chapter "Error messages on the LCD display"
one after the other.
on page 51.
Call up configuration level.
Operator Page 1
The device is protected against changes of the parameter
Operator Page 2
settings.
Operator Page 3
Selection of operator page to be displayed.
Operator Page 4
Autoscroll
When Autoscroll is activated, automatic
switching of the operator pages is initiated on
the process screen.
Signals View
Selection of submenu "Signals View" (only for
service purposes).
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8.3.3 Error messages on the LCD display
In the event of an error, a message consisting of a symbol and
text (e.g. Electronics) appears at the bottom of the process
screen.
The text displayed provides information about the area in
which the error has occurred.
8.3.4
Switching to the configuration level
(parameterization)
The device parameters can be displayed and changed on the
configuration level.
Process display
Process display
Electronics
1.
The error messages are divided into four groups in
accordance with the NAMUR classification scheme. The group
assignment can only be changed using a DTM or EDD:
Use
to switch to the configuration level.
Access Level
Read Only
Standard
Advanced
Symbol
Description
Back
Error / failure
2.
3.
Function check
Select
Select the desired level of access using
Confirm the selection with
.
/
.
Outside of the specification
NOTE
There are three levels of access. A password can be defined
for level "Standard".
There is no factory default password.
Maintenance required
The error messages are also divided into the following areas:
Access Level
Description
Range
Description
Operation
Error / alarm due to the current operating
conditions.
Standard
All the parameters can be altered.
Sensor
Error / alarm of the flowmeter sensor.
Service
Only Customer Service has access to the Service
Electronics
Error / alarm of the electronics.
Configuration
Error / alarm due to device configuration.
Read Only
All parameters are locked. Parameters are read
only and cannot be modified.
menu.
NOTE
For a detailed description of errors and troubleshooting
instructions, please see chapter "Diagnosis / error
messages" on page 94.
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Once you have logged on to the corresponding access level,
you can edit or reset the password. Reset (status "no
password defined") by
selecting " " as a password.
8.3.5 Selecting and changing parameters
Entry from table
When an entry is made from a table, a value is selected from a
list of parameter values.
Enter Password
Menu name
Parameter name
**********
Currently set value
QRSTUVWXYZ
Next
4.
5.
OK
Next
Enter the corresponding password (see chapter
""Selecting and changing parameters" on page 52"). No
password is preset in the factory settings. Users can
switch to the configuration level without entering a
password.
The selected access level remains active for 3 minutes.
Within this time period you can toggle between the
process display and the configuration level without reentering the password.
Use
to confirm the password.
The LCD display now indicates the first menu item on the
configuration level.
6.
7.
Select a menu using
/
Confirm the selection with
.
.
1.
2.
Edit
Select the parameters you want to set in the menu.
Use
to call up the list of available parameter values.
The parameter value that is currently set is highlighted.
Parameter name
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Parameter 3
Cancel
OK
3. Select the desired value using
/
.
4. Confirm the selection with
.
This concludes the procedure for selecting a parameter value.
Numerical entry
When a numerical entry is made, a value is set by entering the
individual decimal positions.
Menu name
Parameter name
12.3456 [unit]
Next
1.
2.
Edit
Select the parameters you want to set in the menu.
Use
to call up the parameter for editing. The decimal
place that is currently selected is highlighted.
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Parameter name
12.3456 [unit]
Next
OK
3.
4.
5.
6.
Use
to select the decimal place to change.
Use
/
to set the desired value.
Use
to select the next decimal place.
If necessary select and set additional decimal places in
accordance with steps 3 to 4.
7. Use
to confirm your setting.
This concludes the procedure for changing a parameter value.
Exiting the setup
For some menu items, values must be entered. If you don't
want to change the parameter, you can exit the menu as
described below.
1. Pressing
(Next) repeatedly moves the cursor to the
right. Once the cursor reaches the end position, "Cancel"
is displayed in the lower right of the screen.
2.
terminates editing and exits the menu item. Use
to
return to the start.
NOTE
The LCD display automatically returns to the process display
three minutes after the last button has been actuated.
Alphanumeric entry
When an alphanumeric entry is made, a value is set by
entering the individual decimal positions.
Menu name
Parameter name
Currently set value
Next
1.
2.
Edit
Select the parameters you want to set in the menu.
Use
to call up the parameter for editing. The decimal
place that is currently selected is highlighted.
Parameter name
ABC………
ABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQ
Next
OK
3.
4.
5.
6.
Use
to select the decimal place to change.
Use
/
to set the desired value.
Use
to select the next decimal place.
If necessary select and set additional decimal places in
accordance with steps 3 to 4.
7. Use
to confirm your setting.
This concludes the procedure for changing a parameter value.
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8.3.6 Available units
For certain parameters it is possible to choose among the
following units.
NOTE
The "Code" column indicates the value to which the
corresponding parameter must be set, e.g. using the
communications interface.
Table 2: Units for the mass flow
Selection
Code
Description
g/s
1
Grams per second
g/min
2
Grams per minute
g/h
3
Grams per hour
g/d
4
Grams per day
kg/s
5
Kilograms per second
kg/min
6
Kilograms per minute
kg/h
7
Kilograms per hour
Table 1: Units for the volume flow
kg/d
8
Kilograms per day
Selection
Code
Description
lb/s
9
Pounds (avdp) per second
m3/s
13
Cubic meters per second
lb/min
10
Pounds (avdp) per minute
Pounds (avdp) per hour
m3/min
14
Cubic meters per minute
lb/h
11
m3/h
15
Cubic meters per hour
lb/d
12
Pounds (avdp) per day
m3/d
16
Cubic meters per day
t/min
30
Metric tons per minute
ft3/s
29
Cubic feet per second
t/h
31
Metric tons per hour
32
Metric tons per day
254
User-definable unit
ft3/min
30
Cubic feet per minute
t/d
ft3/h
31
Cubic feet per hour
xx/yy
ft3/d
32
Cubic feet per day
ml/s
46
Milliliters per second
Table 3: Density units
ml/min
47
Milliliters per minute
Selection
Code
Description
l/s
48
Liters per second
g/cm3
1
Grams per cubic centimeter
l/min
49
Liters per minute
kg/m3
4
Grams per cubic meter
l/h
50
Liters per hour
g/ml
7
Grams per milliliter
l/d
51
Liters per day
g/l
10
Grams per liter
hl/h
54
Hectoliters per hour
kg/l
11
Kilograms per liter
Ml/d
62
Megaliters per day
lb/ft3
13
Pounds (avdp) per cubic foot
ugal/s
71
US gallons per second
lb/ugal
14
Pounds (avdp) per gallon
ugal/min
72
US gallons per minute
SG
17
Specific gravity
ugal/h
73
US gallons per hour
xx/yy
254
User-definable unit
ugal/d
74
US gallons per day
Mugal/d
82
Mega US gallons per day
Table 4: Temperature units
igal/s
91
Imperial gallons per second
Selection
Code
Description
1
Kelvin
igal/min
92
Imperial gallons per minute
K
igal/h
93
Imperial gallons per hour
°C
2
Celsius
igal/d
94
Imperial gallons per day
°F
3
Fahrenheit
bbl/s
112
Oil barrels per second
xx/yy
254
User-definable unit
bbl/min
113
Oil barrels per minute
bbl/h
114
Oil barrels per hour
Table 5: Concentration units
bbl/d
115
Oil barrels per day
Selection
Code
Description
bls/s
130
Brew barrels per second
%
57
Concentration in %
bls/min
131
Brew barrels per minute
Brix
101
Brix concentration
bls/h
132
Brew barrels per hour
Variable
240
The concentration is calculated with the
bls/d
133
Brew barrels per day
Matrix
xx/yy
254
User-defined unit
Baume
241
Baume concentration
API
104
Crude oil density in API degrees
variables matrix
Table 6: Units for the mass totalizer
Selection
Code
Description
kg
2
Kilograms
g
3
Grams
t
5
Tons (metric)
Pound
8
Pounds (advp)
xx/yy
254
User-definable unit
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Table 7: Units for the volume totalizer
Table 8: Pressure units
Selection
Code
Description
Selection
Code
m3
4
Cubic meters
Pa
1
Pascals
ft3
7
Cubic feet
kPa
4
Kilopascals
ml
11
Milliliters
Bar
8
Bar
l
13
Liters
mBar
9
Millibar
hl
14
Hectoliters
psi
65
Pounds per square inch
ugal
20
US gallons
igal
21
Imperial gallons
bbl
22
Barrels (petroleum, USA)
bls
31
Barrels (beer, USA)
xx/yy
254
User-definable unit
Description
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8.3.7 Available process variables
The process variables available in the software are listed in the table.
Process variables can be assigned to the display (HMI), the current outputs (CO), the frequency outputs (DO [f]), and the pulse
outputs (DO [pulse]).
Process variable
Short form
Description
HMI
CO
DO [f]
DO [pulse]
Mass Flow [unit]
Qm
Mass flow in the selected mass flow unit
X
—
—
X
Mass Flow [%]
Qm
Mass flow in percent
X
X
X
—
Volume Flow [unit]
Qv
Volume flow in the selected volume unit
X
—
—
X
Volume Flow [%]
Qv
Volume flow in percent
X
X
X
—
Temperature [unit]
Tm
Temperature in the selected volume unit
X
—
—
—
Temperature [%]
Tm
Temperature in percent
X
X
X
—
Density [unit]
p
Density in the selected density unit
X
—
—
—
Density [%]
p
Density in percent
X
X
X
—
Net Mass Flow[unit] 1)
nQm
Net mass flow in the selected volume unit
X
—
—
X
Net Mass Flow [%]1)
nQm
Net mass flow in percent
X
X
X
—
Net Vol. Flow [unit]1)
nQv
Net volume flow in the selected volume unit
X
—
—
X
Net Volume Flow [%] 1)
nQv
Net volume flow in percent
X
X
X
—
Vol.Flow@Tref [unit] 1)
Q@T
Volume flow at a reference temperature.
X
—
—
X
Vol.Flow@Tref [%] 1)
Q@T
X
X
X
—
Density@Tref [unit]1)
p@T
X
—
—
—
Density @ Tref [%]1)
p@T
X
X
X
—
Concentr.unit [%] 1)
βu
Concentration in the selected unit in percent
X
X
X
—
Concentr.unit
[unit]1)
Density at a reference temperature.
βu
Concentration in the selected unit
X
—
—
—
Concentr.% [%] 1)
β%
Concentration in the selected unit
X
X
X
—
Totalizer Qm Fwd
∑m+
Mass flow counter reading in the forward flow direction
X
—
—
—
Totalizer Qm Rev
∑m-
Mass flow counter reading in the reverse flow direction
X
—
—
—
Totalizer Qm Diff
∑m
Mass flow counter reading for forward flow / reverse flow
X
—
—
—
difference
Totalizer Qv Fwd
∑v+
Volume flow counter reading in forward flow direction
X
—
—
—
Totalizer Qv Rev
∑v-
Volume flow counter reading in reverse flow direction
X
—
—
—
Totalizer Qv Diff
∑v
Volume flow counter reading for forward flow / reverse flow
X
—
—
—
difference
X = parameter available, — = parameter not available
1) Process variable is only available if the DensiMass function is activated.
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Process variable
Short form
Description
HMI
CO
DO [f]
DO [pulse]
Total. Net Qm Fwd1)
∑M+
Net mass flow counter reading in forward flow direction
X
—
—
—
Total. Net Qm Rev1)
∑M-
Net mass flow counter reading in reverse flow direction.
X
—
—
—
∑M
Net mass flow counter reading for forward flow / reverse flow
X
—
—
—
—
Total. Net Qm
Diff1)
difference.
Total. Net Qv Fwd1)
∑V+
Net volume flow counter reading in forward flow direction.
X
—
—
Total. Net Qv Rev 1)
∑V-
Net volume flow counter reading in reverse flow direction.
X
—
—
—
Total. Net Qv Diff1)
∑M
Net volume flow counter reading for forward flow / reverse flow
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
X
—
—
—
Current fill quantity.
X
—
—
—
Number of fill operations.
X
—
—
—
difference.
Total.Qv@Tref Fwd1)
∑T+
Volume flow counter reading in forward flow direction at a
Total.Qv@Tref Rev1)
∑T-
Volume flow counter reading in reverse flow direction at a
reference temperature.
reference temperature.
Total.Qv@Tref Diff1)
∑T
Volume flow counter reading for forward flow / reverse flow
difference at a reference temperature.
Totalizer Qm Sum
∑m+-S
Absolute value from mass flow counter reading in the forward flow
and reverse flow direction. The counter cannot be stopped or
reset.
Totalizer Qv Sum
∑v+-S
Absolute value from volume flow counter reading in the forward
flow and reverse flow direction. The counter cannot be stopped or
reset.
Total. Net Qm Sum
∑M+-S
Absolute value from net mass flow counter reading in forward flow
and reverse flow direction. The counter cannot be stopped or
reset.
Total. Net Qv Sum
∑V+-S
Absolute value from net volume flow counter reading in forward
flow and reverse flow direction. The counter cannot be stopped or
reset.
Total. Qv @ Tref Sum
∑T+-S
Absolute value from volume flow counter reading in forward flow
and reverse flow direction at a reference temperature. The counter
cannot be stopped or reset.
Current Batch Total.2)
CBT
Current Batch Counts2)
CBC
Tube Frequency
PF
Meter tube frequency in Hz.
X
—
—
—
Driver Output
DOC
Driver current in mA.
X
—
—
—
Sensor Singal A
SSA
Sensor amplitude of sensor A in mV
X
—
—
—
Sensor Singal B
SSB
Sensor amplitude of sensor B in mV
X
—
—
—
Specific Gravity
SG
Specific weight for liquids.
X
—
—
—
°API Gravity
API
Crude oil density in API degrees
X
—
—
—
X = process variable available, — = process variable not available.
1) Process variable is only available if the DensiMass function is activated.
2) Process variable is only available if FillMass function is activated.
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8.4
Parameter overview
NOTE
This overview of parameters shows all the menus and parameters available on the device. Depending on the version and
configuration of the device, not all of the menus and parameters may be visible in it.
Easy Set-up
Language
Unit Massflow Qm
Unit Volumeflow Qv
Density
Unit Temperature
Unit Mass Totalizer
Unit Vol. Totalizer
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Curr.Out V1 / V2
Curr.Out V3 / V4
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Mode
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Mode
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Mode
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Mode
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Pulse
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Logic
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Logic
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Logic
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Logic
Pulses per Unit
Pulse Width
Upper Frequency
Qm Max
Qv Max
Density Max
Density Min
System Zero
Device Info
...Sensor
Sensor Type
Meter Size
...Transmitter
Feature Series
Qm Max DN
Span Forward
Span Reverse
Zero Sensor
Freq.@ Empty Pipe
Density @ Empty Pipe
Freq.@ Full Pipe
Density @ Full Pipe
Sensor ID
Sensor Serial No.
Sensor Run Hours
...Calibration
First Cal. Date
Last Cal. Date
Cal. Cert. No.
First Cal. Location
Last Cal. Location
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Transmitter Type
Transmitter ID
Transm.Serial No.
......Transmitter
FW Device Ver.
Version
FW Device Part Nr.
Transm. Run Hours
FW Motherboard Ver.
Tx Restart Counter
FW Motherboard CRC
Time since Restart
FW Frontend Ver.
DensiMass On / Off
FW Frontend CRC
FillMass On / Off
HW Motherboard Ver.
VeriMass On / Off
HW Frontend Ver.
...Calibration
Bootloader MB Ver.
Bootloader FEB Ver.
Manufacturer
Curr. Out FW Ver.
Street
Curr. Out FW CRC
City
Option Card 1 FW Ver
Phone
Option Card 1 FW CRC
Option Card 2 FW Ver
Device Setup
...Access Control
Standard Password
Option Card 2 FW CRC
Read Only Switch
...Sensor
Range Mode Config
First Cal. Date
Qm Max DN
Last Cal. Date
Qm Max
Cal. Cert. No.
Qm Max 2
First Cal. Location
Qm Range Mode
Last Cal. Location
Qv Max DN
Qv Max
Qv Max 2
Qv Range Mode
Density Max
Density Min
Temperature Max
Temperature Min
Net Qm Max
Net Qv Max
Concentration Max
Concentration Min
Density at Tref Max
Density at Tref Min
Qv at Tref Max
Sensor Location Tag
Sensor Tag
...Operating Mode
Flow Direction
Flow Indication
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...Transmitter
...Units
Unit Massflow Qm
Unit Mass Totalizer
...Custom Units
Unit Volumeflow Qv
Unit Vol. Totalizer
Damping Qm
Density
Damping Density
Unit Temperature
Density Mode
Concentration
Density Fixed Value
Mass flow Qm Name
Mass flow Qm Factor
Mass Tot. Name
Mass Tot. Factor
Volumeflow Qv Name
Volumeflow Qv Factor
Volume Tot. Name
Volume Tot. Factor
Density Name
Density Factor
Temperature Name
Temperature Factor
......Cut Off
Low Flow Cut Off
Low Flow Hysteresis
TX Location TAG
Density Cut Off
TX TAG
Plant Data Sync.
Device Reset
Restore Settings
...Feature Settings
DensiMass On / Off
DensiMass Code
FillMass On / Off
FillMass Code
VeriMass On / Off
...System Zero
Manual Adjust
VeriMass Code
Auto Adjust
...Concentration
Medium
Sub Matrix Selection
Reference Temp.
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...Variable Matrix
...Configuration
Number Matrices
Number Temp.
Matrix Name
Number Conc.
Unit Name
Enter Conc. in %
Concentration Min
Qm / Qv Conc. Switch
Concentration Max
Reset Matrix
Matrix 1 Unit
See chapter "Entering the
Matrix 1 Percent
concentration matrix" on
page 90 for further
Matrix 1 Calculation
information.
Matrix 2 Unit
Matrix 2 Percent
Matrix 2 Calculation
Enter Matrix Finish
...Field Optimization
Density Correction
Qm Correction
......Hold Last Good
Hold Time
Val.
Threshold Release
......Pressure
Threshold Hold
Correction
Display
Conc. Zero Matrix 1
Pressure Unit
Conc. Zero Matrix 2
Pressure Level
...Operator Pages
...Operator Page 1
Display Mode
Autoscroll
...Operator Page 2
Language
Contrast
1st Line
Mass Format
...Operator Page 3
4th Line
Bargraph
Volume Flow Format
Volume Format
2nd Line
3rd Line
Mass Flow Format
...Operator Page 4
Temperature Format
Density Format
Concentration Format
Date Format
Display Test
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Input / Output
...Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Output Value
Iout Mode
...Curr.Out V1 / V2
Iout for Alarm
Low Alarm
...Curr.Out V3 / V4
High Alarm
Iout > 20,5mA
Iout < 3,8mA
...Dig.Out 41 / 42
Mode
Outp. Flow Direction
......Setup Pulse
Output Value Pulse
Output
Pulses per Unit
Pulse Width
......Setup Freq Output
Output Value Freq.
Upper Frequency
...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
...Alarm Config
Active Mode
General Alarm
Qm Massflow Max
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
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...Dig.Out 51 / 52
Mode
Outp. Flow Direction
...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
Active Mode
...Alarm Config
General Alarm
Qm Massflow Max
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
...Dig.Out V1 / V2
Mode
...Dig.Out V3 / V4
...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
Active Mode
...Alarm Config
General Alarm
Qm Massflow Max
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
...Dig.In V1 / V2
Function
...Dig.In V3 / V4
Delay Time
Active Mode
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Process Alarm
Clear Alarm History
...Group Masking
Maintenance Required
Function Check
...Alarm Limits
Out Of Specification
Qm Massflow Min
Qm Massflow Max
Qv Volumeflow Min
Qv Volumeflow Max
Density Min
Density Max
Temperature Min
Temperature Max
Concentrat. [%] Min
Concentrat. [%] Max
Concentrat. [u] Min
Concentrat. [u] Max
Driver Output Max
Driver Output Time
Sensor Signal Min
Sensor Signal Time
Density Low Check
Communication
...HART
Device Address
HART Tag
HART Long Tag
HART Descriptor
HART Message
HART Manuf. ID
HART Device ID
HART Find
Last HART Command
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Diagnostics
...Diagnosis Control
Preset Maint. cycle
Maint. Remain. Time
...Diagnosis Values
Start New Cycle
...Simulation Mode
Driver Output
Sensor Singal A
...Output Readings
Sensor Singal B
Tube Frequency
Pipe Temperature
House Temperature
Simulation Switch
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Curr.Out V1 / V2
Curr.Out V3 / V4
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 State
Dig.Out 51 / 52 State
Dig.Out V1 / V2 State
Dig.Out V3 / V4 State
Dig.In V1 / V2 State
Dig.In V3 / V4 State
...Meter Erosion Mon.
Control Type
Driver Output Max
...Alarm Simulation
Driver Output Time
Status Adjust
Self Adjust Time
Start Adjust
New Value left Time
Meter Erosion Level
Adjusted Limit
Actual Value
Alarm Simulation
Selection of simulated
alarm
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Totalizer
...Operation
Start all Totalizer
Stop all Totalizer
...Reset Totalizer
All Totalizer
...Preset Totalizer
All Mass Totalizer
All Volume Totalizer
...FillMass
Massflow Fwd
Massflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd
Volumeflow Rev
Net Mass Forward
Net Massflow Rev
Net Volume Forward
Net Volumeflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd@Tref
Volumeflow Rev@Tref
Massflow Fwd
Massflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd
Volumeflow Rev
Net Mass Forward
Net Massflow Rev
Net Volume Forward
Net Volumeflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd@Tref
Volumeflow Rev@Tref
Batch Process Value
Preset Batch Total.
Reset Cur.Batch Tot.
Start Batching
Current Batch Total
Stop Batching
Current Batch Counts
Reset Batch Counts
...Lag Correction
Mode
Quantity
Factor
Time
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8.5 Parameter descriptions
8.5.1 Menu: Easy Set-up
Menu / parameter
Description
Easy Set-up
Language
Selection of menu language.
Unit Massflow Qm
Selection of the unit for the mass flow (e.g. for the parameters QmMax / QmMaxDN and for the corresponding
process value).
See chapter "Table 2: Units for the mass flow" on page 54.
Unit Volumeflow Qv
Selection of the unit for the volume flow (e.g. for the parameters QvMax / QvMaxDN and for the corresponding
process value).
See chapter "Table 1: Units for the volume flow" on page 54.
Density
Selection of the unit for the density (e.g. for the associated parameters and the corresponding process values).
Unit Temperature
Selection of the unit for the temperature (e.g. for the associated parameters and the corresponding process values).
Unit Mass Totalizer
Selection of the unit for the mass counters and the pulse outputs.
See chapter "Table 3: Density units" on page 54.
See chapter "Table 4: Temperature units" on page 54.
See chapter "Table 6: Units for the mass totalizer" on page 54.
Unit Vol. Totalizer
Selection of the unit for the volume totalizers and the pulse outputs.
See chapter "Table 7: Units for the volume totalizer" on page 55.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Selection of the process value issued via the current output.
The current outputs V1 / V2 and V3 / V4 are only available if the corresponding plug-in cards are present!
Curr.Out V1 / V2
See chapter "Available process variables" on page 55.
Curr.Out V3 / V4
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 41 / 42.
— Off: Digital output 41 / 42 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output 41 / 42 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
— Pulse: Digital output 41 / 42 as a pulse output. In pulse mode, pulses are output per unit (e.g. 1 pulse per m3).
— Frequency: Digital output 41 / 42 as a frequency output. In frequency mode, a frequency is issued that is
proportional to the flow rate. The maximum frequency can be configured in accordance with the upper range
value.
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 51 / 52.
— Off: Digital output deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output functions as binary output (for function see parameter "„...Setup Logic Output").
— Follow DO 41 / 42: Digital output 51 / 52 operates according to the function of digital output 41 / 42. Depending
on the setting for the "Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 51 / 52 / Outp. Flow Direction" parameter, digital output 51 / 52
operates as follows in pulse mode:
No pulses are issued if "Forward & Reverse" is selected. Only digital output 41 / 42 is active.
When "Forward" is selected, pulses for forward flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for reverse
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
When "Reverse" is selected, pulses for reverse flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for forward
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
— 90° Shift: 90° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
— 180° Shift: 180° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Easy Set-up
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output V1 / V2.
Digital output V1 / V2 is only available if the corresponding plug-in card is present!
— Off: Digital output V1 / V2 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output V1 / V2 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output V3 / V4.
Digital output V3 / V4 is only available if the corresponding plug-in card is present!
— Off: Digital output V3 / V4 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output V3 / V4 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Selection of process value issued via the frequency or pulse output.
Only if digital output 41 / 42 has been configured as a frequency or pulse output.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Pulse
See chapter "Available process variables" on page 55.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Logic
Selection of the output function for the relevant binary output.
— F / R Signal: The binary output signals the flow direction.
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Logic
— Dual Range: The binary output is activated when measuring range 2 (QmMax 2 / QvMax 2) is selected. This
Dig.Out V1 / V2 Logic
— Batch End Contact: The binary output is activated when the set fill quantity is reached (only if the FillMass
Dig.Out V3 / V4 Logic
Only if the relevant digital output has been configured as a binary output.
Pulses per Unit
Set pulses per volume or per mass flow unit, and the pulse width for the digital output operating mode "Pulse".
selection is only available if the parameter "Range Mode Config" has been configured to Qm or Qv.
function is activated).
Only available if a digital output has been configured as a pulse output, and the volume flow or mass flow has been
Pulse Width
selected as the process variable to be output.
Upper Frequency
Sets the upper range value frequency for the digital output operating mode "Frequency". The entered value
corresponds to 100 % flow.
Only available if a digital output has been configured as a frequency output, and the volume flow or mass flow has
been selected as the process variable to be output.
Qm Max
Sets the upper range value for the mass flow for forward and reverse flow. The value is also used to calculate the
corresponding percentage value.
This parameter is only available if the mass flow output "Mass Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the power
and digital outputs.
Qv Max
Setting of the upper measuring range value 1 for the mass flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is also
used to calculate the corresponding percentage value.
This parameter is only available if the volume flow output "Volume Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the
power and digital outputs.
Density Max
Sets the maximum / minimum density to be measured. This value is used to calculate the percentage density value.
These parameters are only available if the density output "Density [unit]" was selected when configuring the power
Density Min
System Zero
and digital outputs.
Starts the automatic zero point adjustment using
. Automatic zero point adjustment takes approx. 60 seconds.
NOTE
Prior to starting the zero point adjustment, make sure that:
— There is no flow through the sensor (close valves, shut-off devices etc.).
— The sensor must be filled completely with measuring medium for measurement.
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8.5.2 Menu: Device Info
This menu is only used to display the device parameters. The parameters are displayed independently of the configured access
level, but cannot be changed.
Menu / parameter
Description
Device Info
...Sensor
Selection of submenu "...Sensor" using
...Transmitter
Selection of submenu "...Transmitter" using
.
.
Device Info / ...Sensor
Sensor Type
Sensor type.
Meter Size
Nominal size of sensor.
Feature Series
Sensor model. DensiMass and FillMass functions are only available in models FCB450 / FCH450.
Qm Max DN
The value specifies the maximum flow rate.
The value is set automatically via the selected nominal size.
Span Forward
Calibration value (range) in the forward flow and reverse flow direction of the sensor.
Span Reverse
Zero Sensor
Calibration value (zero point) of the sensor for the selected nominal size.
Freq.@ Empty Pipe
Meter tube frequency and density during calibration with an empty or full meter tube. Calibration with an empty
Density @ Empty Pipe
meter tube is performed using air; calibration with a full meter tube is performed using water.
Freq.@ Full Pipe
Density @ Full Pipe
Sensor ID
ID number of the sensor.
Sensor Serial No.
Serial number of the sensor.
Sensor Run Hours
Operating hours of the sensor.
...Calibration
Selection of submenu "...Calibration" using
.
Device Info / ...Sensor / ...Calibration
First Cal. Date
Date of first calibration of sensor (calibration of new device).
Last Cal. Date
Date of last calibration of sensor.
Cal. Cert. No.
Identification (number) of the relevant calibration certificate.
First Cal. Location
Place of first calibration of the sensor.
Last Cal. Location
Place of last calibration of sensor.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Info / ...Transmitter
Transmitter Type
Type of transmitter.
Transmitter ID
ID number of transmitter.
Transm.Serial No.
Serial number of transmitter.
......Transmitter Version
Selection of submenu "......Transmitter Version" using
Transm. Run Hours
Run hours of the transmitter.
Tx Restart Counter
Number of device restarts (switching the power supply off and on).
Time since Restart
Device operating hours since the last restart.
DensiMass On / Off
DensiMass function present?
Batchflow On / Off
FillMass function present?
.
0 - Off: No DensiMass function present. 1 - On: DensiMass function present.
0 - Off: No FillMass function present. 1 - On: FillMass function present.
VeriMass On / Off
VeriMass function present?
0 - Off: No VeriMass function present. 1 - On: VeriMass function present.
...Calibration
Selection of submenu "...Calibration" using
Manufacturer
Name of manufacturer.
Street
Manufacturer's address (street).
City
Manufacturer's address (city).
Phone
Manufacturer's address (phone number).
.
Device Info / ...Transmitter / ......Transmitter Version
FW Device Ver.
Version and item number of device software package.
FW Device Part Nr.
FW Motherboard Ver.
Version and checksum (CRC) of motherboard (MB) software in transmitter.
FW Motherboard CRC
FW Frontend Ver.
Version and checksum (CRC) of frontend board (FEB) software in sensor.
FW Frontend CRC
HW Motherboard Ver.
Hardware version of motherboard (MB) in transmitter.
HW Frontend Ver.
Hardware version of frontend board (FEB) in sensor.
Bootloader MB Ver.
Version of motherboard (MB) bootloader in transmitter.
Bootloader FEB Ver.
Version of frontend board (FEB) bootloader in sensor.
Curr. Out FW Ver.
Current output module software version and checksum (CRC).
Curr. Out FW CRC
Option Card 1 FW Ver
Optional plug-in card software version and checksum (CRC).
Option Card 1 FW CRC
Option Card 2 FW Ver
Option Card 2 FW CRC
Device Info / ...Transmitter / ...Calibration
First Cal. Date
Date of first calibration of transmitter (calibration of new device).
Last Cal. Date
Date of last calibration of transmitter.
Cal. Cert. No.
Identification (number) of the relevant calibration certificate.
First Cal. Location
Place of first calibration of transmitter.
Last Cal. Location
Place of last calibration of transmitter.
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8.5.3
Menu: Device Setup
Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup
...Access Control
Selection of submenu "...Access Control" using
...Sensor
Selection of submenu "...Sensor" using
...Transmitter
Selection of submenu "...Transmitter" using
...System Zero
Selection of submenu "...System Zero" using
...Concentration
Selection of submenu "...Concentration" using
.
.
.
.
.
The menu is only available if the DensiMass function is activated.
...Variable Matrix
Selection of submenu "...Variable Matrix" using
.
The menu is only available if the DensiMass function is activated.
...Field Optimization
Selection of submenu "...Field Optimization" using
.
Device Setup / ...Access Control
Standard Password
Entry / change of the password for the "Standard" access level.
Read Only Switch
Indicator of the position of the write protection switch.
For further information, see chapter "Hardware settings" on page 44.
Device Setup / ...Sensor
Range Mode Config
Activation of the second measuring range for the mass and volume flow.
The setting can be performed separately for the mass flow rate (Qm) and volume flow (Qv). This means that it is
possible to switch quickly between two measuring ranges (e.g. Qm Max and Qm Max2). Switching is performed via
the parameters "Qm Range Mode", "Qv Range Mode", or via the correspondingly configured digital input.
— Disabled: Second measuring range for mass and volume flow rate deactivated.
— Qm and Qv: Second measuring range for mass and volume flow rate activated.
— Qm only: Second measuring range for mass flow activated.
— Qv only: Second measuring range for volume flow activated.
Qm Max DN
Maximum mass flow for the selected nominal size.
The value is set automatically via the selected nominal size.
Qm Max
Setting of the upper measuring range value 1 for the mass flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is also
used to calculate the corresponding percentage value. This parameter is only available if the mass flow output
"Mass Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the power and digital outputs.
Qm Max 2
Setting of the upper measuring range value 2 for the mass flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is also
used to calculate the corresponding percentage value. This parameter is only available if the value "Qm Range
Mode" has been selected for the parameter "".
Qm Range Mode
Manual switchover between the measuring ranges (Qm Max / Qm Max 2) for the mass flow measurement. This
parameter is only available if the value Range Mode Config or Qm and Qv has been selected for the parameter "Qm
only".
Qv Max DN
Maximum volume flow for the selected nominal diameter.
Qv Max
Setting of the upper measuring range value 1 for the volume flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is
The value is set automatically via the selected nominal size.
also used to calculate the corresponding percentage value. This parameter is only available if the volume flow
output "Volume Flow [unit]" was selected when configuring the power and digital outputs.
Qv Max 2
Setting of the upper measuring range value 2 for the volume flow for forward flow and reverse flow. The value is
also used to calculate the corresponding percentage value. This parameter is only available if the value "Qv Range
Mode" has been selected for the parameter "".
Qv Range Mode
Manual switchover between the measuring ranges (Qv Max / Qv Max 2) for the volume flow measurement. This
parameter is only available if the value Range Mode Config or Qm and Qv has been selected for the parameter "Qv
only".
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup / ...Sensor
Density Max
Sets the maximum / minimum density to be measured. This value is used to calculate the percentage density value.
Density Min
These parameters are only available if the density output "Density [unit]" was selected when configuring the power
and digital outputs.
Temperature Max
Sets the maximum / minimum temperature to be measured. This value is used to calculate the percentage
Temperature Min
temperature value. These parameters are only available if the temperature output "Temperature [unit]" was selected
when configuring the power and digital outputs.
Net Qm Max
Sets the maximum net mass flow and net volume flow. The values are also used to calculate the corresponding
Net Qv Max
percentage value.
Concentration Max
Sets the minimum and maximum concentration of the measuring medium. The values are also used to calculate the
Concentration Min
corresponding percentage value. The value depends on the selected matrix.
The parameters are only available when the DensiMass function is activated.
The parameters are only available when the DensiMass function is activated.
Density Max at Tref
Sets the minimum and maximum density of the measuring medium at the reference temperature Tref.
Density Min at Tref
The values are also used to calculate the corresponding percentage value.
The parameters are only available when the DensiMass function is activated.
Qv Max at Tref
Sets the maximum volume flow of the measuring medium at the reference temperature Tref.
The value is also used to calculate the corresponding percentage value.
The parameter is only available when the DensiMass function is activated.
Sensor Location Tag
Entry of the measuring point tag for the sensor.
Alphanumeric, max. 20 characters
Sensor Tag
Entry of the TAG number of the sensor.
Alphanumeric, max. 20 characters.
...Operating Mode
Selection of submenu "...Operating Mode" using
.
Device Setup / ...Sensor / ...Operating Mode
Flow Direction
Sets the measuring direction for the sensor.
As delivered, the device measures and counts in both flow directions.
It is important to note that the accuracy also depends on whether the device has been calibrated in the forward
flow direction only or in the forward flow and reverse flow directions.
— Forward & Reverse: The device measures in both flow directions.
— Forward only: The device measures only in the forward flow direction (the direction of flow corresponds to the
arrow on the sensor).
— Reverse only: The device measures only in the reverse flow direction (the direction of flow is opposite to the
arrow on the sensor).
Flow Indication
Inverts the flow direction displayed.
It is important to note that the accuracy also depends on whether the device has been calibrated in the forward
flow direction only or in the forward flow and reverse flow directions.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup / ...Transmitter
...Units
Selection of submenu "...Units" using
...Custom Units
Selection of submenu "...Custom Units" using
.
Damping Qm
Sets the damping for measuring mass flow. The value set here relates to 1 τ (Tau). The value refers to the response
.
time for a stepwise mass flow change.
Damping Density
Sets the damping for measuring density. The value set here relates to 1 τ (Tau). The value refers to the response
time for a stepwise density change.
Density Mode
Selection of operating mode for density measurement.
— Density Measured: The density of the measuring medium is calculated by the transmitter.
— Density Fixed Value: The density of the measuring medium is specified as a constant in parameter "Density
Fixed Value". The "Density Fixed Value" operating mode can be used to enable standard volumes to be
calculated. See chapter "Measuring standard volumes" on page 87.
Density Fixed Value
Sets the density of the measuring medium, for example, when measuring the standard volume of gases.
......Cut Off
Selection of submenu "…...Cut Off" using
TX Location TAG
Entry of the measuring point tag for the transmitter.
.
Alphanumeric, max. 20 characters
TX TAG
Entry of the TAG number for the transmitter.
Alphanumeric, max. 20 characters
Plant Data Sync.
The transmitter saves its configuration in the "SensorMemory". The data is stored redundantly on the motherboard
(MB) in the transmitter and on the frontend board (FEB) in the sensor. This means the configuration can be restored
quickly if any components are replaced.
— FEB > MB: Loads the configuration from the frontend board (FEB) in the sensor.
— MB > FEB: Loads the configuration from the motherboard (MB) in the transmitter.
See chapter "Replacing the frontend board" on page 102.
Device Reset
Restart the device. Replaces a short interruption of the power supply.
Restore Settings
All user-accessible parameters will be reset to the factory default settings.
...Feature Settings
Selection of submenu "...Feature Settings" using
.
Device Setup / ...Transmitter / ...Units
Unit Massflow Qm
Selection of unit for mass flow.
Refer to "Available units" on page 54.
The selection applies to the display of the current mass flow, and for the parameters related to mass flow such as
QmMax and QmMaxDN.
Unit Mass Totalizer
Selection of unit for the mass counters.
Unit Volumeflow Qv
Selection of unit for volume flow.
Refer to "Available units" on page 54.
Refer to "Available units" on page 54.
The selection applies to the display of the current volume flow and for the parameters related to volume flow such
as QvMax and QvMaxDN.
Unit Vol. Totalizer
Selection of unit for the volume totalizers.
Refer to "Table 2: Units for the mass flow" on page 54.
Density
Selection of unit for the density.
Refer to "Table 6: Units for the mass totalizer" on page 54.
Unit Temperature
Selection of unit for temperature.
Refer to "Table 1: Units for the volume flow" on page 54.
Concentration
Selection of unit for concentration measurement.
Refer to "DensiMass concentration measurement" on page 89.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup / ...Transmitter / ...Custom Units
Mass flow Qm Name
Sets the name or abbreviation of the user-defined unit for mass flow.
Mass flow Qm Factor
Sets the factor of the user-defined unit for mass flow in kg / seconds.
Mass Tot. Name
Sets the name or abbreviation of the user-defined unit for the mass counter.
Mass Tot. Factor
Sets the factor of the user-defined unit for the mass counter in kg.
Volumeflow Qv Name
Sets the name or abbreviation of the user-defined unit for volume flow.
Volumeflow Qv Factor
Sets the factor of the user-defined unit for volume flow in liters/seconds.
Volume Tot. Name
Sets the name or abbreviation of the user-defined unit for the volume totalizer.
Volume Tot. Factor
Sets the factor of the user-defined unit for the volume totalizer in liters.
Density Name
Sets the name or abbreviation for the user-defined density unit.
Density Factor
Sets the factor for the user-defined density unit in liters/seconds.
Temperature Name
Sets the name or abbreviation for the user-defined temperature unit.
Temperature Factor
Sets the factor for the user-defined temperature unit in °C.
Device Setup / ...Transmitter / ......Cut Off
Low Flow Cut Off
Sets the switching threshold for the low flow cut-off.
If the flow rate is below the switching threshold, there is no flow measurement. The setting of 0 % deactivates the
low flow cut-off.
Factory setting: 0.5 %
Low Flow Hysteresis
Sets the hysteresis for the low flow cut-off as it is defined in the parameter "Low Flow Cut Off".
Factory setting: 20 %
Density Cut Off
Sets the low flow for density.
Factory setting: 0.2 g/cm³
Device Setup / ...Transmitter / ...Feature Settings
DensiMass On / Off
Indicates whether the DensiMass function is active.
DensiMass Code
Sets the device-specific code for activating the DensiMass function. To use this function subsequently, contact the
ABB service team or sales organization.
After entering the code, restart the device (e.g. using the parameter "Device Reset" or by briefly switching off the
power supply).
Batchflow On / Off
Indicates whether the FillMass function is active.
Batchflow Code
Sets the device-specific code for activating the FillMass function. To use this function subsequently, contact the
ABB service team or sales organization.
After entering the code, restart the device (e.g. using the parameter "Device Reset" or by briefly switching off the
power supply).
VeriMass On / Off
Indicates whether the VeriMass function is active.
VeriMass Code
Sets the device-specific code for activating the VeriMass function. To use this function subsequently, contact the
ABB service team or sales organization.
After entering the code, restart the device (e.g. using the parameter "Device Reset" or by briefly switching off the
power supply).
Device Setup / ...System Zero
Manual Adjust
Sets the value for zero point adjustment in % of QmaxDN
Auto Adjust
Starts the automatic zero point adjustment using
. Automatic zero point adjustment takes approx. 60 seconds.
NOTE
Prior to starting the zero point adjustment, make sure that:
— There is no flow through the sensor (close valves, shut-off devices etc.).
— The sensor must be filled completely with measuring medium for measurement.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup / ...Concentration
The menu is only available if the DensiMass function is activated
Medium
Selection of measuring medium for concentration measurement using the DensiMass function.
— Variable Matrix
— Sodium Hydroxide
— Alcohol Water
— Wheat Starch
— Corn Starch
— Sugar in H2O
— °API Gravity
Sub Matrix Selection
Selection of sub-matrix for concentration measurement.
Only available if the matrix selected from Medium has two sub-matrices.
Reference Temp.
Sets the reference temperature for calculating process variables Vol.Flow@Tref and Density@Tref [unit].
Device Setup / Variable Matrix
...Configuration
Selection of submenu "...Configuration" using
Matrix Name
Entry of a name for the variable matrix.
Unit Name
Entry of a unit name for the variable matrix.
Concentration Min
Entry of the maximum permissible concentration.
Concentration Max
Entry of the minimum permissible concentration.
.
...Matrix 1 Unit
Selection of submenu "...Matrix 1 Unit" to enter Matrix 1 using
...Matrix 1 Percent
See chapter "DensiMass concentration measurement" on page 89 for further information.
.
...Matrix 1 Calculation
...Matrix 2 Unit
Selection of submenu "...Matrix 2 Unit" to enter Matrix 2 using
...Matrix 2 Percent
See chapter "DensiMass concentration measurement" on page 89 for further information.
.
...Matrix 2 Calculation
Enter Matrix Finish
Device Setup / Variable Matrix / ...Configuration
Number Matrices
Selection of number (1/2) of the matrices.
Number Temp.
Entry of the number of temperature values.
Number Conc.
Entry of the number of concentration values.
Enter Conc. in %
Selection of whether the concentration value must be entered in %.
— Yes: Entry of the concentration values in %
— No: Entry of the concentration values in a selected unit
NOTE
A net flow cannot be calculated if the concentration has only been entered in a unit. To enable the net flow to be
calculated, the concentration must also be entered in %.
Qm / Qv Conc. Switch
Selection of whether the entered concentration values are volume or mass concentration values. The values are
used to calculate the mass flow or volume flow rate.
— Mass Concentration
— Volume Concentration
Reset Matrix
All entered matrix values are reset to "0".
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Menu / parameter
Description
Device Setup / ...Field Optimization
Density Correction
Sets the correction factor for field optimization of the density measurement.
To achieve a degree of accuracy in the density measurement that closely approximates a reproducibility of 0.0001
g/ml, this factor can be used to perform optimization in the field.
Qm Correction
Sets the correction factor for field optimization of the mass flow measurement. The value is entered as a percentage
of the current measured value.
In order to attain an accuracy in the flow measurement which comes close to or even exceeds a reproducibility of at
least 0.1 % of the measured value, this factor can be used to undertake an optimization in the field.
......Hold Last Good Val.
Selection of submenu "......Hold Last Good Val." using
.
......Pressure Correction
Selection of submenu "......Pressure Correction" using
.
Conc. Zero Matrix 1
Setting indicating the correction factor for concentration measurement.
Conc. Zero Matrix 2
To achieve a degree of accuracy in the concentration measurement that closely approximates or even exceeds the
reproducibility, this factor can be used to perform optimization in the field.
This value acts as a correction value for the current concentration measured value. The correction factor is entered
in the unit that is currently set for concentration. The correction value is based on the concentration matrix currently
selected.
In the case of one fixed matrix, only one correction value is available.
In case of variable matrices, both correction values are available.
The parameter is only available when the DensiMass function is activated.
Device Setup / ...Field Optimization / ......Hold Last Good Val.
Hold Time
Entry of the time for the function "Hold Last Value".
The function is deactivated by the setting of "0".
Threshold Hold
Sets the switching threshold for the function "Hold Last Value".
If the sensor voltage is above the set value, the current measured value is displayed.
Threshold Release
Sets the switching threshold for the function "Hold Last Value".
If the sensor voltage is below the set value, the last valid measured value for the duration of the set hold time is
displayed.
Device Setup / ...Field Optimization / ......Pressure Correction
Pressure Unit
Selection of unit for pressure (e.g. for the associated parameters and the corresponding process values).
Factory setting: bar
Pressure Level
Input of the process pressure of the medium in the measuring tube.
The value is used to compensate for the influence of pressure on the measurement of the mass flow and the
density.
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Menu: Display
Menu / parameter
Description
Display
Language
Selection of menu language. Available languages:
English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Português, Italiano, Chinese
Contrast
...Operator Pages
Contrast setting for the LCD display.
Selection of submenu "...Operator Pages" using
.
Up to four user-specific operator pages (layouts) can be configured for the process display. If multiple operator
pages have been configured, these can be scrolled through manually on the information level. In the factory setting
only Operator Page 1 is enabled.
Autoscroll
If Autoscroll is enabled, the "Autoscroll" function can also be activated on the information level of the operator
menu.
In this function, operator pages are automatically displayed in succession on the process screen, changing every 10
seconds. Manual scrolling through pre-configured operator pages as described above is no longer necessary.
When Autoscroll mode is enabled, the icon
is displayed on the lower left of the screen.
Default setting: Disabled.
Mass Flow Format
Selection of number of decimal places (maximum 12) used to display the corresponding process variables.
Mass Format
Volume Flow Format
Volume Format
Temperature Format
Density Format
Concentration Format
Date / Time Format
Set the display format for the date and time.
Display Test
Start the test of the LCD display with "
". The display test lasts approx. 10 seconds. Various patterns are shown
on the LCD display to check the display.
Display / ...Operator Pages
...Operator Page 1
Selection of submenu "...Operator Page 1" using
.
...Operator Page 2
Selection of submenu "...Operator Page 2" using
.
...Operator Page 3
Selection of submenu "...Operator Page 3" using
.
...Operator Page 4
Selection of submenu "...Operator Page 4" using
.
Display / ...Operator Pages / ...Operator Page 1 (n)
Display Mode
Configure each operator page.
The following variants can be selected:
Off, Graph View, 1x4, 1x6A, 1x6A bar, 1x9, 1x9 bar, 2x9, 2x9 bar, 3x9.
Selecting "Off" deactivates the corresponding operator.
1st Line
Selection of process variable displayed in the respective row.
2nd Line
See table "Available process variables" on page 55.
3rd Line
4th Line
Bargraph
Selection of process variable displayed as a bar graph.
— Mass Flow [%]: Mass flow in %
— Volume Flow [%]: Volume flow in %
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Menu: Input / Output
Menu / parameter
Description
Input / Output
...Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Selection of submenu "...Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
...Curr.Out V1 / V2
Selection of submenu "...Curr.Out V1 / V2
...Curr.Out V3 / V4
Selection of submenu "...Curr.Out V3 / V4
...Dig.Out 41 / 42
Selection of submenu "...Dig.Out 41 / 42
" using .
...Dig.Out 51 / 52
Selection of submenu "...Dig.Out 51 / 52
" using .
...Dig.Out V1 / V2
Selection of submenu "...Dig.Out V1 / V2
" using .
...Dig.Out V3 / V4
Selection of submenu "...Dig.Out V3 / V4
...Dig.In V1 / V2
Selection of submenu "...Dig.In V1 / V2
" using .
...Dig.In V3 / V4
Selection of submenu "...Dig.In V3 / V4
" using .
" using .
" using .
" using .
" using .
Input / Output / Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Input / Output / Curr.Out V1 / V2
Input / Output / Curr.Out V3 / V4
Output Value
Selection of process variable issued at the corresponding current output.
See table "Available process variables" on page 55.
The current outputs V1 / V2 and V3 / V4 are only available if the corresponding plug-in cards are present!
Iout Mode
Selection of operating mode for the current output.
— "4-20mA FWD": Flow output in forward flow direction:
4 mA = No flow
20 mA = Maximum flow
— "4-12-20 mA": Flow output in forward and reverse flow direction:
4 mA = Maximum flow in reverse flow direction
12 mA = No flow
20 mA = Maximum flow rate in forward flow direction
— "4-20mA FWD / REV": Flow output in forward flow and reverse flow direction without distinguishing between
flow directions:
4 mA = No flow
20 mA = Maximum flow
Iout for Alarm
Selection of status of the current output in error condition.
The output "low" or "high" current is set in the subsequent menu.
Low Alarm
Sets the current for Low Alarm.
High Alarm
Sets the current for High Alarm.
Iout > 20,5mA
Behavior of current output if 20.5 mA is exceeded.
— Hold Last Value: The last measured value is retained and issued.
— High Alarm: The high alarm current is issued.
— Low Alarm: The low alarm current is issued.
Iout < 3,8mA
Behavior of the current output if 3.8 mA is not reached.
— Hold Last Value: The last measured value is retained and issued.
— High Alarm: The high alarm current is issued.
— Low Alarm: The low alarm current is issued.
Parameter is not available if the parameter "Iout Mode" 4-20mA FWD / REV has been selected.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42
Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 41 / 42.
— Off: Digital output 41 / 42 deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output 41 / 42 as a binary output (e.g. as an alarm output).
— Pulse: Digital output 41 / 42 as a pulse output. In pulse mode, pulses are output per unit (e.g. 1 pulse per m3).
— Frequency: Digital output 41 / 42 as a frequency output. In frequency mode, a frequency is issued that is
proportional to the flow rate. The maximum frequency can be configured in accordance with the upper range
value.
Outp. Flow Direction
Selection of flow direction in which the pulse / frequency output issues the selected process value.
The parameter is only available if the digital output has been configured as a pulse or frequency output.
— Forward & Reverse: Pulses for both flow directions are output via digital output 41 / 42.
— Forward: Only pulses in the forward direction (flow in direction of arrow) are output via digital output 41 / 42.
— Reverse: Only pulses in the reverse direction (flow in opposite direction to arrow) are output via digital output 41
/ 42.
......Setup Pulse Output
Selection of submenu "......Setup Pulse Output
" using .
Only available if "ModePulse" has been selected.
......Setup Freq Output
Selection of submenu "......Setup Freq Output
" using .
Only available if "ModeFrequency" has been selected.
......Setup Logic Output
Selection of submenu "......Setup Logic Output
" using .
Only available if "ModeLogic" has been selected.
...Alarm Config
Selection of submenu "...Alarm Config
" using .
Only available when Logic is selected in "Mode" and Alarm Signal is selected from the "...Setup Logic Output /
Logic Output Action" menu.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ......Setup Pulse Output
Output Value Pulse
Selection of process variable that is issued via the pulse output.
See table "Available process variables" on page 55.
Pulses per Unit
Sets the pulses per mass unit or volume unit (see table "Available units" on page 54) and the pulse width for the
Pulse Width
pulse output.
The potential pulse width depends on the configured pulse value and is calculated dynamically.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ......Setup Freq Output
Output Value Freq.
Selection of process variable that is issued via the frequency output.
See table "Available process variables" on page 55.
Upper Frequency
Set the frequency for the upper range value. The entered value corresponds to 100 % flow.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
Selection of binary output function.
— F / R Signal: The binary output indicates the flow direction.
— Alarm Signal: The binary output indicates an active alarm. The alarm is selected in the "„...Alarm Config" menu.
— Dual Range: The binary output is activated when measuring range 2 (Qm Max 2 / Qv Max 2) is selected. This
selection is only available if the parameter "Dual Range" has been configured to Qm or Qv.
— Batch End Contact: The binary output is activated when the set fill quantity is reached (only if the FillMass
function is activated).
— Conc. Matrix Select.: The binary output signals the selected concentration matrix (only with the DensiMass
function activated and if the variable matrix has been selected).
Active Mode
Select switching properties for the binary output.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ...Alarm Config
General Alarm
Select error messages signaled via the binary output 41 / 42.
Qm Massflow Max
Only if the parameter "Logic Output Action" is set to Alarm Signal.
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 51 / 52
Mode
Selection of the operating mode for digital output 51 / 52. The "Follow DO 41 / 42, 90° Shift, 180° Shift" operating
modes are only available if digital output 51 / 52 has been configured as a pulse output.
— Off: Digital output deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output functions as binary output (for function see parameter "„...Setup Logic Output").
— Follow DO 41 / 42: Digital output 51 / 52 operates according to the pulses from digital output 41 / 42. The
function depends on the setting for the parameter "Outp. Flow Direction".
— 90° Shift: 90° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
— 180° Shift: 180° phase-shifted output of the same pulses as for digital output 41 / 42.
Outp. Flow Direction
Selection of flow direction in which the pulse / frequency output issues the selected process value.
The parameter is only available if Follow DO 41 / 42 has been configured for digital output 51 / 52 in parameter
"Mode".
— No pulses are issued if "Forward & Reverse" is selected. Only digital output 41 / 42 is active.
— When "Forward" is selected, pulses for forward flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for reverse
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
— When "Reverse" is selected, pulses for reverse flow are issued at digital output 41 / 42 and pulses for forward
flow at digital output 51 / 52.
......Setup Logic Output
Selection of submenu "......Setup Logic Output
" using .
Only available if "ModeLogic" has been selected.
...Alarm Config
Selection of submenu "...Alarm Config
" using .
Only available if "ModeLogic" has been selected.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 51 / 52 / ...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
Selection of binary output function.
See description "„Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ...Setup Logic Output".
Active Mode
Select switching properties for the binary output.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 51 / 52 / ...Alarm Config
General Alarm
Select error messages signaled via the binary output 51 / 52.
Qm Massflow Max
Only if the parameter "Logic Output Action" is set to Alarm Signal.
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V1 / V2
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V3 / V4
Mode
Selection of operating mode for the digital output V1 / V2 or V3 / V4.
— Off: Digital output deactivated.
— Logic: Digital output functions as binary output (for function see parameter "„...Setup Logic Output").
The digital outputs V1 / V2 and V3 / V4 are only available if the corresponding plug-in cards are present!
......Setup Logic Output
Selection of submenu "......Setup Logic Output
" using .
Only available if "ModeLogic" has been selected.
...Alarm Config
Selection of submenu "...Alarm Config
" using .
Only available if "ModeLogic" has been selected.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V1 / V2 / ...Setup Logic Output
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V3 / V4 / ...Setup Logic Output
Logic Output Action
Selection of binary output function.
See description "„Input / Output / ...Dig.Out 41 / 42 / ...Setup Logic Output".
Active Mode
Select switching properties for the binary output.
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V1 / V2 / ...Alarm Config
Input / Output / ...Dig.Out V3 / V4 / ...Alarm Config
General Alarm
Select error messages signaled via the binary output V1 / V2 or V3 / V4.
Qm Massflow Max
Only if the parameter "Logic Output Action" is set to Alarm Signal.
Qm Massflow Min
Density Min
Sensor Signal Min
Driver Output Max
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Menu / parameter
Description
Input / Output / ...Dig.In V1 / V2
Input / Output / ...Dig.In V3 / V4
Function
Select a function for the digital input.
— Off: No function.
— Reset all Totalizer: Counter reset for all counters (forward flow, reverse flow and difference totalizer)
— Stop all Totalizer: External counter stop for all counters (forward flow, reverse flow and difference totalizer)
— Auto. Zero Adjust: Start external zero point adjustment.
— Set Flowrate to zero: Sets flow measurement to 0.
— Batchflow On / Off: Start / stop fill operation (only when FillMass function is activated).
— Dual Range Mass: Switchover Qm Max / Qm Max 2.
— Dual Range Volume: Switchover Qv Max / Qv Max 2.
— Submatrix 1 or 2: Switchover for concentration matrix (only when DensiMass function is activated).
Active Mode
Select switching properties for the digital input.
Delay Time
Selection of delay time for suppressing EMC faults on the digital input.
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Menu: Process Alarm
Menu / parameter
Description
Process Alarm
Clear Alarm History
Reset of the alarm history.
...Group Masking
Selection of submenu "...Group Masking" using
...Alarm Limits
Selection of submenu "...Alarm Limits" using
.
.
Process Alarm / ...Group Masking
Maintenance Required
Alarm messages are divided into groups.
Function Check
If masking is activated for a group (On), no alarm is issued.
Out Of Specification
For further information, see chapter "
Diagnosis / error messages" on page 94.
Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits
Qm Massflow Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for mass measurement. If the process value "Mass Flow [unit]" exceeds or
Qm Massflow Max
falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Qv Volumeflow Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for volume measurement. If the process value "Volume Flow [unit]"
Qv Volumeflow Max
exceeds or falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Density Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for density measurement. If the process value "Density [unit]" exceeds or
Density Max
falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Temperature Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for sensor temperature. If the process value "Temperature [unit]" exceeds
Temperature Max
or falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Concentrat. [%] Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for concentration measurement. If the process value "Concentr.unit [%]"
Concentrat. [%] Max
exceeds or falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Concentrat. [u] Min
Sets the minimum / maximum limit value for concentration measurement. If the process value "Concentr.unit [unit]"
Concentrat. [u] Max
exceeds or falls below the limit value, an alarm is triggered.
Driver Output Max
Sets the maximum limit value for driver current.
If the driver current exceeds the limit value for the time set under the parameter "Driver Output Time", an alarm is
triggered.
Driver Output Time
Sets the delay time for alarm "Sensor driver current to high".
Sensor Signal Min
Sets the maximum limit value for the sensor amplitude.
If the sensor amplitude exceeds the limit value for the time set under the parameter "Sensor Signal Time", an alarm
is triggered.
Sensor Signal Time
Sets the delay time for alarm "Sensor amplitudeout of range".
Density Low Check
Sets the alarm limit for the density alarm.
If the density falls below the value set, process variables Qm and Qv are set to "0" and alarm "Density to 1g/cm³" is
triggered.
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Menu: Communication
Menu / parameter
Description
Communication
...HART
Selection of submenu "...HART" using
.
Communication / ...HART
Device Address
Selection of HART device address.
NOTE
The HART protocol has provisions for creating a bus with up to 15 devices (1 ... 15).
If an address greater than 0 is set, the device operates in multidrop mode. Current output 31/32/Uco is fixed at
4 mA. Current output 31/32/Uco is only used for HART communication.
HART Tag
Entry of a HART TAG number as unique identifier for the device.
Alphanumeric, a maximum of 8 characters, upper case only, no special characters.
HART Long Tag
Entry of a HART TAG number as unique identifier for the device.
Alphanumeric, maximum of 32 characters, ASCII
Only starting from HART version 7!
HART Descriptor
Entry of a HART descriptor.
HART Message
Display of the alphanumeric TAG number.
HART Manuf. ID
Display of the HART manufacturer ID. ABB = 26
Alphanumeric, a maximum of 16 characters, upper case only, no special characters.
HART Device ID
Display of the HART device ID.
HART Find
Select whether the transmitter must respond to the HART command 73 (Find Device).
— Off: The transmitter does not respond to command 73.
— Once: The transmitter responds once to command 73.
— Continuous: The transmitter always responds to command 73.
Last HART Command
Display of the most recently sent HART command.
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Menu: Diagnostics
Menu / parameter
Description
Diagnostics
...Diagnosis Control
Selection of submenu "...Diagnosis Control" using
...Diagnosis Values
Selection of submenu "...Diagnosis Values" using
.
.
...Simulation Mode
Selection of submenu "...Simulation Mode" using
.
...Output Readings
Selection of submenu "...Output Readings" using
.
...Meter Erosion Mon.
Selection of submenu "...Meter Erosion Mon." using
...Alarm Simulation
Selection of submenu "...Alarm Simulation" using
.
.
Diagnostics / ...Diagnosis Control
Preset Maint. cycle
Sets the service interval.
After the service interval has expired, the corresponding error message 5 "Service interval has been reached" is set.
The setting "0" deactivates the maintenance interval.
Maint. Remain. Time
Time remaining in the maintenance interval until the error message "Maintenance interval is reached" is set.
Start New Cycle
Resetting of the maintenance interval. The service interval is reset to the value set in "Preset Maint. cycle".
Diagnostics / ...Diagnosis Values
Driver Output
Display of the current driver current in mA.
Sensor Singal A
Display of the current amplitude (sensor voltage) for sensor A in mV.
Sensor Singal B
Display of the current amplitude (sensor voltage) for sensor B in mV.
Tube Frequency
Display of the current measuring tube frequency in Hz.
Pipe Temperature
Display of the current measuring tube temperature in °C.
House Temperature
Display of the current housing temperature in °C.
Diagnostics / ...Simulation Mode
Simulation Switch
Manual simulation of measured values. After selecting the value to be simulated, a corresponding parameter is
Off
displayed in the menu "Diagnostics / ......Simulation Mode". The simulation value can be set here.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Curr.Out V1 /
V21)
The output values correspond to the simulated measured value entered.
The "Configuration" information is displayed in the lower line of the display.
Curr.Out V3 / V41)
Only one measured value / output can be selected for simulation.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 State
After power-up / restart of the device, the simulation is switched off.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Pulse
Dig.Out 51 / 52 State
Dig.Out 51 / 52 Pulse
Dig.Out V1 / V2 State 1)
Dig.Out V3 / V4 State 1)
Dig.In V1 / V2 State1)
Dig.In V3 / V4 State1)
Qm Massflow [unit]
Qm Massflow [%]
Qv Volumeflow [unit]
Qv Volumeflow [%]
Density [unit]
Density [%]
Temperature [unit]
Temperature [%]
Hart Frequency
1) Only if plug-in card is present.
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Menu / parameter
Description
Diagnostics / ...Output Readings
Curr.Out 31 / 32 / Uco
Curr.Out V1 /
Display the current values and statuses of the listed inputs and outputs.
V21)
Curr.Out V3 / V41)
Dig.Out 41 / 42 Freq.
Dig.Out 41 / 42 State
Dig.Out 51 / 52 State
Dig.Out V1 / V2 State 1)
Dig.Out V3 / V4 State 1)
Dig.In V1 / V2 State1)
Dig.In V3 / V4 State1)
1) Only if plug-in card is present.
Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon.
Control Type
Selection of the operating mode for the erosion monitor.
— Manual: Manual input of limit values for the erosion monitor.
— Auto: The transmitter calculates the limit values for the erosion monitor automatically.
Factory setting: Manual.
Driver Output Max
Sets the maximum limit value for driver current.
If the driver current exceeds the limit value for the time set under the parameter "Driver Output Time", alarm
"Density too low" is triggered.
This parameter is only available if the value "Manual" has been selected for the parameter "Control Type".
Driver Output Time
Sets the delay time for alarm "Density too low".
This parameter is only available if the value "Manual" has been selected for the parameter "Control Type".
Status Adjust
Indicates the status for automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor.
— Outstanding: If the limit value is not set, the erosion monitoring is not active.
— Requested: Automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor is activated but has not yet been performed.
— Processing: Automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor is active.
— Done: Automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor is complete; erosion monitoring is active.
This parameter is only available if the value "Auto" has been selected for the parameter "Control Type".
Self Adjust Time
Sets the runtime for automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor.
The setting depends on the application and should cover several days or, if necessary, weeks.
Start Adjust
Start automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor manually with
New Value left Time
Displays the time remaining for the current automatic adjustment of the erosion monitor.
.
Meter Erosion Level
Displays the erosion monitor's automatically calculated erosion value.
Adjusted Limit
Displays the erosion monitor's automatically calculated limit value. The limit value is calculated from the erosion
value from the automatic adjustment process and a tolerance value.
Actual Value
Displays the current erosion value for comparison with the learned limit.
Diagnostics / ...Alarm Simulation
Manual simulation of alarms / error messages.
The simulated alarm is selected by setting the parameter to the corresponding error.
See chapter "Diagnosis / error messages" on page 94.
The following error messages can be simulated:
Off, Flow Mass Reached, Flow Volume Reached, Simulation Alarm, Flowrate to Zero, Maint. Cycle Time, Totalizer Stop, Totalizer Reset, Totalizer
Rollover, Dev. not calibrated, NV defect on FEB, NV data defect, FEB not detected, FEB comm. error, FEB not detected, NV defect on FEB, DO 41 / 42
Pulse max, CO 31 / 32 Saturated, CO Vx / Vy Saturated, CO 31 / 32 Comm. Error, Option 1 Comm. Error, Option 2 Comm. Error, CO 31 / 32 Safety,
CO 31 / 32 Not Calibr., CO V1 / V2 Not Calibr., CO V3 / V4 Not Calibr., Volt. Monitor FEB, DSP Failed, Density Failed, Temp. Limit Exceeded, Temp.
Sensor Failed, Sensor Ampl. Range, Sens. Driver Curr., Density Too Low, Flow Density Reached, Flow Temp. Reached, Density to One, Conc. Scaled
Min / Max, Conc. Unscal. Min / Max, Totalizer, Volt. Monitoring MB
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Menu: Totalizer
Menu / parameter
Description
Totalizer
...Operation
Selection of submenu "...Operation" using
...Reset Totalizer
Selection of submenu "...Reset Totalizer" using
.
...Preset Totalizer
Selection of submenu "...Preset Totalizer" using
...FillMass
Selection of submenu "...FillMass" using
.
.
.
Totalizer / ...Operation
Start all Totalizer
Starts all counters.
Stop all Totalizer
Stops all counters.
Totalizer / ...Reset Totalizer
All Totalizer
Resets all totalizers to zero.
All Mass Totalizer
Resets all mass totalizers to zero.
All Volume Totalizer
Resets all volume totalizers zero.
Massflow Fwd
Resets individual counters.
Massflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd
Volumeflow Rev
Net Mass Forward
Net Massflow Rev
Net Volume Forward
Net Volumeflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd@Tref
Volumeflow Rev@Tref
Totalizer / ...Preset Totalizer
Massflow Fwd
Entry of counter readings (e.g. when replacing the transmitter).
Massflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd
Volumeflow Rev
Net Mass Forward
Net Massflow Rev
Net Volume Forward
Net Volumeflow Rev
Volumeflow Fwd@Tref
Volumeflow Rev@Tref
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Menu / parameter
Description
Totalizer / ...FillMass
Batch Process Value
Selection of process variable used during the filling process.
The process variables "Net Volumeflow Fwd" and "Net Massflow Fwd" are only available when the DensiMass
function is activated.
— Off: Filler deactivated.
— Volume Forward: Volume flow rate in forward direction.
— Norm Volume Forward: Standard volume flow rate in forward direction.
— Mass Forward: Mass flow in forward direction.
— Net Volumeflow Fwd: Net volume flow rate in forward direction.
— Net Massflow Fwd: Net mass flow in forward direction.
Preset Batch Total.
Sets the fill quantity using the selected unit.
When the defined fill quantity is reached, the configured binary output is activated.
NOTE
Before setting the fill quantity, the corresponding process value must be selected with the parameter "Batch
Process Value".
Reset Cur.Batch Tot.
Resets the current fill quantity.
Start Batching
Manual start of the filling function.
Current Batch Total
Display of the current fill quantity.
Alternatively, the digital input can be configured for starting / stopping the fill operation.
Once a fill operation has been started, the quantity already filled is shown here. The totalizer restarts at zero for
each fill operation initiated and then counts up to the set fill quantity.
Stop Batching
Manual stop of the filling function.
Alternatively, the digital input can be configured for starting / stopping the fill operation.
Current Batch Counts
Display of the number of fill operations since the last reset.
Reset Batch Counts
Sets the parameter "Batch Counts" to zero.
...Quantity
Select the "...Quantity" submenu.
Totalizer / ...FillMass / ...Quantity
Mode
Selection of overrun correction.
Closing the fill valve takes some time and as a consequence more liquid is added, even though the fill quantity is
reached and the contact for closing the valve is actuated.
—Auto: The overrun quantity is calculated by the transmitter automatically.
—Manual: The overrun quantity must be determined manually and entered in the selected unit via the parameter
"Quantity".
Quantity
Factor
Manual input of the overrun quantity / display of the overrun quantity detected automatically by the transmitter.
Sets the weighting of the last filling process during automatic calculation of the overrun quantity.
The calculation is based on the following formula:
New correction value = last correction value + (BatchAuto.Lag Corr.Factor x correction value at the last filling)
— 0.0: No change to correction value.
— 1.0: The correction value is immediately adjusted to the overrun quantity calculated during the last fill operation.
Time
Sets the time for the overrun quantity correction after the fill valve is closed.
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8.6 Zero point adjustment under operating conditions
Devices in the CoriolisMaster series do not necessarily require
zero point adjustment. Performing a zero point adjustment is
only recommended in the following cases:
— For measurements in the lower flow range (below 10 % of
QmaxDN).
— If particularly high accuracies are required (0.1 % or
better).
— If the operating conditions (pressure and temperature)
deviate greatly from the reference conditions (see data
sheet).
For zero point adjustment under operating conditions, make
sure the following conditions are present:
— The measuring tube is completely filled with the measuring
medium.
— For liquid measuring media, no gas bubbles or air pockets
may be present in the measuring tube.
— For gaseous measuring media, no liquid components or
condensates may be present in the measuring tube.
— The pressure and the temperature in the measuring tube
correspond to the normal operating conditions and are
stable.
In case of an increased zero point (> 0.1 %), check the
installation for "best practice" and make sure that no gas
content is contained in liquids, or liquids or particles in gases.
See also chapter "Turn-off devices for zero point adjustment"
on page 28.
Zero point adjustment can be started either manually via the
LCD indicator or using an appropriately configured digital
input.
See also chapter "Menu: Device Setup " on page 70 and
"Menu: Input / Output " on page 77.
8.7 Measuring standard volumes
Coriolis mass flowmeters can only measure the mass flow of
gaseous measuring media.
The operating density of gases is too low to be measured.
Consequently the flowmeter is also unable to measure the
operating volume.
However, an appropriate standard volume can be calculated
by entering a fixed density for the measuring medium.
8.7.1 Configuration
The following steps must be taken to enable the transmitter to
calculate the standard volume flow for gases:
1. In the "Device Setup / ...Transmitter" menu, set the
parameter "Density Mode" to "Density Fixed Value".
2. In the "Device Setup / ...Transmitter" menu, enter the
standard density of the measuring medium under the
parameter "Density Fixed Value".
3. The volume flow (Volume Flow [unit] / Volume Flow [%])
must be selected as the process variable for the output
(current output, frequency output, pulse output, counter or
display). Selecting a standard volume will not work in this
case!
See also chapters "Menu: Device Setup " on page 70 and
"Available process variables" on page 55.
The transmitter uses the measured mass flow and the input
standard density to calculate the standard volume flow of the
measuring medium (standard volume = mass / standard
density).
The calculation can also be performed for liquid measuring
media.
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8.8 VeriMass erosion monitor
The integrated VeriMass diagnosis function allows the status
of the meter tube on the CoriolisMaster FCB450 / FCH450 to
be monitored. This enables changes due to material erosion
and the formation of deposits on the meter tube walls to be
identified at an early stage.
If the set limit value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered, e.g. via
the programmable digital output or HART, depending on the
configuration.
The limit value for the erosion monitor can be set either
automatically or manually.
Automatic adjustment
The transmitter monitors the sensor's driver current over a
prolonged period and creates a "fingerprint" for the relevant
application. The transmitter generates a corresponding
tolerance value for deviations in the driver current.
The transmitter compares the behavior of the driver current
with the generated fingerprint and triggers the relevant error
message in the event of prolonged deviations.
Manual adjustment
For applications where automatic adjustment of the erosion
monitor does not provide a satisfactory result, the erosion
monitor can be balanced manually.
For more information please contact ABB Service or the sales
organization.
Automatic adjustment via the transmitter menu
The following steps must be performed when adjust the
erosion monitor automatically:
1. The VeriMass function must be active („Device Setup /
...Transmitter / ...Feature Settings menu, parameter
"VeriMass On / Off").
2. In the "Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon." menu, set the
parameter "Control Type" to "Auto".
3. In the "Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon." menu, set the
parameter "Self Adjust Time" to the required duration of
the adjustment process.
Recommended settings
Self Adjust Time
Depends on the application; several days
or weeks
4.
In the "Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon." menu, start
the automatic adjustment process via the parameter "Start
Adjust".
The transmitter now generates the "fingerprint" for the erosion
value and an appropriate tolerance value for the specified
time.
Once automatic adjustment is complete, the driver current is
monitored constantly and compared with the "fingerprint"
generated.
8.8.1 Configuration
The following process conditions must be observed to ensure
that the transmitter can perform the adjustment process
successfully:
— The measuring medium has a viscosity similar to that of
water and below 10 cP.
— For liquid measuring media, no gas bubbles or air pockets
may be present in the measuring tube.
— The pressure and temperature in the meter tube
correspond to normal operating conditions.
— The process conditions during the adjustment period
correspond to the normal conditions for the selected
application.
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Manual adjustment via the transmitter menu
For more information please contact ABB Service or the sales
organization.
The following steps must be performed when adjust the
erosion monitor manually:
1. The VeriMass function must be active („Device Setup /
...Transmitter / ...Feature Settings menu, parameter
"VeriMass On / Off").
2. In the "Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon." menu, set the
parameter "Control Type" to "Manual".
3. In the "Diagnostics / ...Meter Erosion Mon." menu, set the
parameters "Driver Output Max" and "Driver Output Time"
to the required values.
8.9 DensiMass concentration measurement
The transmitter can calculate the current concentration from
the measured density and temperature using concentration
matrices.
The following concentration matrices are preconfigured in the
transmitter as standard:
— Concentration of sodium hydroxide in water
— Concentration of alcohol in water
— Concentration of sugar in water
— Concentration of corn starch in water
— Concentration of wheat starch in water
The user can enter two more user-defined matrices containing
up to 100 values.
Recommended settings
Driver Output Max
Approx. 0.3 mA above the driver current
under normal operating conditions
Driver Output Time
Depends on the application; several days
or weeks
Adjustment via Device Type Manager (DTM)
Alternatively, the automatic and manual adjustment process
for the erosion monitor can also be performed via the HART
DTM on the CoriolisMaster FCB450 / FCH450.
NOTE
Not all tools and frame applications support DTMs or EDDs
at the same level. In particular, optional or advanced EDD /
DTM functions may not be available on all tools.
ABB provides frame applications supporting the full range of
functions and performance.
8.9.1
Calculating standard volumes and standard
densities of liquids
If a suitable matrix is available, the DensiMass function also
allows the measured volume to be corrected for any selected
temperature.
The measured density can also be corrected for a given
temperature.
However, this is only possible when measuring liquids and
after entering an appropriate matrix.
This correction can also be performed using the default
matrices (see above).
The calculated standard volumes and standard densities can
also be issued for all other process variables.
For further information, please consult the Device Type
Manager documentation.
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8.9.2 Accuracy of concentration measurement
The accuracy of the concentration measurement is determined
in the first instance by the quality of the matrix data entered.
However, as the calculation is based on temperature and
density (the input variables), the accuracy of the concentration
measurement is ultimately determined by the measuring
accuracy of temperature and density.
Step 2:
Entry of the basic settings for the matrix in the menu "... /
...Variable Matrix / ...Configuration".
Parameter
Description
Number Matrices
Selection of number of matrices.
Number Temp.
Entry of the number of temperature values for
the matrix calculation.
Example:
Density of 0 % alcohol in water at 20 °C (68 °F): 998.23 g/l
Density of 100 % alcohol in water at 20 °C (68 °F): 789.30 g/l
Number Conc.
Entry of the number of the concentration
values for the matrix calculation.
Enter Conc. in %
Selection of type of the concentration
calculation.
Concentration
Density
— Yes: Calculation of concentration in %
100 %
208.93 g/l
— No: Calculation of the concentration in the
0.48 %
1 g/l
0.96 %
2 g/l
selected unit.
Qm / Qv Conc. Switch
Selection of whether the volume
concentration or mass concentration is
calculated.
The accuracy class of the density measurement thus directly
determines the accuracy of the concentration measurement.
8.9.3 Entering the concentration matrix
The concentration matrix for the DensiMass function can be
created in three ways:
1. On ordering the device, the desired matrix ABB is
indicated. The device is then appropriately preconfigured
on delivered.
2. The matrix is created via special software and transferred
to the device via the infrared service port adapter.
3. The matrix is entered into the device manually as
described below.
For more information please contact ABB Service or the sales
organization.
Manual matrix input
Enter the concentration matrix via the menu "Device Setup /
...Variable Matrix / ...Configuration".
Data for the matrix must be available as described in chapter
"Structure of the concentration matrix
" on page 91.
Step 3:
Entry of the matrices data in the menu "... / ...Variable
Matrix".
Parameter
Description
Matrix 1 Unit
Entry of the temperature, concentration and
Matrix 2 Unit
density values to calculate the concentration
in the selected unit.
Matrix 1 Percent
Entry of the temperature, concentration and
Matrix 2 Percent
density values to calculate the concentration
in %.
Once the data has been entered, select "Calculate matrix"
from the menu to calculate the matrix. Missing values are
interpolated or extrapolated.
Step 4:
Saving the matrices in the menu "... / ...Variable Matrix" using
the menu item "Enter Matrix Finish".
This completes the process to enter the matrices.
Step 1:
Menu "… / ...Variable Matrix".
Parameter
Matrix Name
Description
Entry of a name for the matrix.
Alphanumeric, maximum 16 characters
Unit Name
Entry of a name for the matrix concentration
unit.
Alphanumeric, maximum 7 characters
Concentration Min
Entry of the minimum and maximum
Concentration Max
concentration limit for the matrix calculation.
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8.9.4
Structure of the concentration matrix
The software supports two different concentration values:
1. Concentration in unit (e.g., % or °Bé)
The range of values is not restricted, the value can be output at the current output, the value can be selected in the Units
submenu.
2. Concentration in percent (%)
The range of values is restricted to 0 ... 103.125 %. This value is only used for the internal calculation of the net mass flow.
The net mass flow can be output at the current and pulse outputs.
Concentration MIN/MAX limit: -5.0 ... 105.0.
The matrix for calculating the concentration looks like this:
Temperature 1
Value 1 concentration in % Value 1 concentration in
Value 1,1 density
unit (e.g., % or°Bé)
….
Value m concentration in
%
…
…
Value m concentration in
Value 1, m density
…
…
…
unit (e.g., % or°Bé)
…
Temperature n
Value n,1 density
…
Value n,m density
The following rules apply when entering values in the matrix:
— One matrix: 2 ≤ N ≤ 20; 2 ≤ M ≤ 20; N * M ≤ 100
— Two matrices: 2 ≤ N ≤ 20; 2 ≤ M ≤ 20; N * M ≤ 50
The density values in a column must be in ascending order due to the algorithm used in the transmitter software.
Density x,1 < … < Density x,2 <…< Density x,M for 1 ≤ x ≤ M
The temperature values must be in ascending order from left to right due to the algorithm used in the transmitter software.
Temperature 1 <…< Temperature x <…< Temperature N for 1 ≤ x ≤ N
The concentration values must be monotonically nondecreasing or monotonically nonincreasing from top to bottom due to the
algorithm used in the transmitter software.
Concentr. 1 <…< Concentr. x <…< Concentr. N for 1 ≤ x ≤ N
or
Concentr. 1 >…> Concentr. x > … > Concentr. N for 1 ≤ x ≤ N
Example:
10 °C (50 °F)
20 °C (68 °F)
30 °C (86 °F)
0%
0 °BRIX
0,999 kg/l
0,982 kg/l
0,979 kg/l
10 %
10 °BRIX
1,010 kg/l
0,999 kg/l
0,991 kg/l
40 %
30 °BRIX
1,016 kg/l
1,009 kg/l
0,999 kg/l
80 %
60 °BRIX
1,101 kg/l
1,018 kg/l
1,011 kg/l
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8.10 FillMass batch function
Only for FCB450 / FCH450
Q
1
VO
VC
t
t1
t2
2
M
3
8.10.1 Configuration
For the configuration of the fill mass function, the following
steps must be performed:
1. The FillMass function must be active. See also the "Device
Setup / ...Transmitter / ...Feature Settings / ..." menu.
2. One digital output must be configured as a binary output
with the function "Batch End Contact". See also the
"Input / Output / ..." menu. As an option, one digital input
(option module) can be configured with the function
"Batchflow On / Off" at the start of the filling process.
3. The parameters for the fill mass function must be
configured. See also the "Totalizer / ...FillMass / ..." menu.
NOTE
During fast filling processes, the damping should be set to
the minimum value to ensure the greatest possible accuracy
of the fill quantity.
See also the "Device Setup / ...Transmitter / ..." menu.
4
5
G11904
Fig. 40: FillMass fill function
1 Supply tank 2 Sensor
3 Start / stop fill operation (digital input with plug-in card)
4 Filling valve 5 Container to be filled
Diagram key
VO
Valve open (filling started)
VC
Valve closed (fill quantity reached)
t1
Valve closing time
t2
Overrun time
The integrated FillMass fill function allows filling processes to
be recorded in > 3 seconds.
For this purpose, the filling quantity is given via an adjustable
totalizer.
The fill function is controlled via the HART interface or via the
digital input.
The valve is triggered via one of the digital outputs and closed
again once the preset filling quantity is reached.
The transmitter measures the overrun quantity and calculates
the overrun correction from this.
Additionally, the low flow cut-off can be activated if required.
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8.11 Software history
In accordance with NAMUR recommendation NE53, ABB offers a transparent and traceable software history.
Device software package FCx4xx (Device Firmware Package)
Version
Issue date
Type of change
Description
Order number
00.01.00
12.06.2015
New release
—
3KXF002043U0100
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9
Diagnosis / error messages
9.1
Calling up the error description
Additional details about the error that has occurred can be called up on the information level.
Process display
Electronics
1.
Use
to switch to the information level (Operator Menu).
Operator Menu
Diagnostics
Back
2.
3.
Select
9.2 General remarks
Errors encountered are itemized in tabular form on the
following pages. The response of the transmitter on error
detection is described therein.
The table lists all possible errors together with a description of
their impact on the value of measurement variables, the
properties of current outputs and the alarm output.
If no entry is indicated in the table field, there is no effect on
the measurement variable or no alarm signal for the particular
output. The sequence of the errors in the table corresponds to
the error priorities.
The first entry has the highest priority and the last has the
lowest.
If multiple errors are detected simultaneously, the error with
the highest priority determines the alarm condition of the
measurement variable and the current output. If an error with a
higher priority does not affect the measurement variable or the
output status, the error with the next highest priority
determines the status of the measurement variable and the
output.
Use
/
to select the submenu "Diagnostics".
Confirm the selection with
.
Electronics
- F123.321 Brief description
Information
Back
Exit
The first line shows the area in which the error has occurred.
The second line shows the unique error number.
The next lines show a brief description of the error and
information on how to remedy it.
NOTE
For a detailed description of the error messages and
information on troubleshooting, see the following pages.
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9.3 Overview
The counter readings and the states of the current outputs and the alarm output are represented by symbols; please see the
table below.
Symbol
Description
Counter stop
—
No change, current value
1)
When the error occurs, the corresponding measurement variable is calculated with the temperature 20 °C.
2)
When the error occurs, the corresponding measurement variable is set to the value with density = 1.
HOLD
The last "good" measured value is retained.
Alarm (general)
High alarm
Low alarm
0
1
0
—
0
0
1
0
—
93
Sensor amplitudeout of range
0
0
1
—
0
0
1
0
—
90
Sensor temperature measure
1)
1)
1)
20
1)
1)
1)
1)
—
20
0
0
1
0
—
Priority
error
Current output
All counters
0
—
[20 °C]
20
1
Standard volume
1
0
g/cm3 ]
Net mass flow
0
0
Standard density
Concentration [%]
0
DSP Failure on Frontend Board
Qv [%, unit]
No Frontend Board detected
96
Qm [%, unit]
98
Error text
Temperature [°C]
Counter
Density [g/cm 3]
Process values
88
FEB communication error
0
0
1
86
Curr.Out 31 / 32 com error
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
84
NV data defect
0
0
1
20
0
0
1
0
—
82
Incompatible Frontend Board
0
0
1
20
0
0
1
0
—
80
Density failure
0
0
1
20
0
0
1
0
—
78
Flowrate to zero
0
0
—
—
—
0
—
0
—
76
All totalizer stopp
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
74
Totalizer reset
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
—
72
Simulation is on!
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
70
An alarm is simulated
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
60
Sensor driver current to high
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
CO1 only
In accordance with process value
—
—
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0
—
0
—
—
—
2)
2)
2)
2)
—
—
57
Sensor temperature out max
1)
1)
1)
20
1)
1)
1)
1)
—
—
range
All counters
—
1
[20 °C]
—
2)
Standard volume
0
—
g/cm3 ]
Concentration [%]
0
Density to 1g/cm³
Standard density
Temperature [°C]
Density too low
58
Net mass flow
Density [g/cm 3]
59
Priority
Qv [%, unit]
Current output
Qm [%, unit]
Counter
Error text
Process values
54
FEB voltages outside range.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
53
MB voltages outside range
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
52
Curr.Out 31 / 32 is saturated
—
CO 31 / 32, UCO only:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
51
Curr.Out V1 / V2, V3 / V4
saturated
49
Option Card 1 com error
48
Option Card 2 com error
HOLD,
,
(configurable)
CO V1 / V2, CO V2 / V3:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
HOLD,
,
(configurable)
CO V1 / V2:
CO V2 / V3:
47
Pulse output is cut off
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
46
Mass flowrate exceeds limits
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
44
Volume flowrate exceeds limits
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
43
Density exceeds min / max
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
limits
42
Medium temperat exceeds limits
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
41
Concentration inunit exceeds
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
40
Concentration inpercent
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
exceeds
38
Sensor memory defective
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
32
Curr.Out 31 / 32 not calibrated
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
31
Curr.Out V1 / V2 not calibrated
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
30
Curr.Out V3 / V4 not calibrated
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
28
Display value is < 1600h at
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Qmax.
26
Maintenance interval is reached
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
24
Device not calibrated
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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Error messages
Error text
Description
NAMUR
No Frontend Board detected
Communication error to frontend board (FEB) of sensor.
classification
Failure
Faulty frontend board.
— For remote mount design: Check signal cable connection between sensor and
transmitter.
— Restart the device.
— Replace frontend board.
— Contact ABB Service.
DSP Failure on Frontend Board
DSP error in frontend board (FEB) of sensor.
Failure
Frontend board defective.
— Restart the device.
— Replace frontend board.
— Contact ABB Service.
Sensor amplitudeout of range
Gas bubbles in the measuring tube.
Failure
Viscosity of the measuring medium is too high.
Hardware error in sensor.
— Reduce gas content, change measuring medium.
— Contact ABB Service.
Sensor temperature measure
Internal temperature sensor measuring error / defective.
error
— Contact ABB Service.
FEB communication error
Communication error to frontend board (FEB) of sensor.
Failure
Failure
EMC interference
— For remote mount design: Check signal cable connection between sensor and
transmitter.
— Restart the device.
— Contact ABB Service.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 com error
Communication error to current output 31 / 32, U co.
Failure
EMC interference, faulty motherboard in transmitter.
— Contact ABB Service.
NV data defect
Error in SensorMemory.
Failure
Faulty memory module.
— Contact ABB Service.
Incompatible Frontend Board
Incompatible frontend board.
Failure
The frontend board is not compatible with the motherboard in the transmitter.
— Contact ABB Service.
Density failure
The resonant frequency of the measuring tube is outside the permissible limits. Damage to
Failure
the measuring tube due to abrasion or deposit formation in the measuring tube.
— Check setting of the density parameters.
— Check application, clean measuring tube and check for damage due to abrasion.
— Contact ABB Service.
Flowrate to zero
External switch-off active via digital input.
Functional check
— Check status of digital input.
— Check parameterization.
All totalizer stopp
External switch-off active via digital input.
Functional check
— Check status of digital input.
— Check parameterization.
Totalizer reset
Reset of one or more counters.
Functional check
— Check status of digital input.
— Check parameterization.
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Description
Simulation is on!
Simulation mode is active.
An alarm is simulated
The alarm simulation is active.
NAMUR
classification
Functional check
— Deactivate simulation mode in the "Diagnostics / ...Simulation Mode" menu.
Functional check
— Deactivate alarm simulation in the "Diagnostics / ...Alarm Simulation" menu.
Sensor driver current to high
Gas bubbles in the measuring tube.
Out of specification
— Reduce gas content in the measuring medium.
— Deactivate error message by setting the parameter "Driver Output Max" in the "Process
Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu to "0".
Density too low
Empty measuring tube. Gas bubbles in the measuring tube.
Out of specification
— Reduce gas content in the measuring medium.
— Make sure that the measuring tube is always completely full.
— Deactivate error message by setting the parameter "Density Low Check" in the "Process
Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu to "0".
Density to 1g/cm³
Density has been set to 1 g/cm3 by the transmitter due to an error message.
Out of specification
— Contact ABB Service.
Sensor temperature out max
Ambient or measuring medium temperature is too high.
range
— Check ambient or measuring medium temperature.
FEB voltages outside range.
Frontend board power supply faulty. Frontend board defective.
Out of specification
Out of specification
— Replace frontend board.
— Contact ABB Service.
MB voltages outside range
Motherboard power supply faulty. Faulty motherboard.
Out of specification
— Contact ABB Service.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 is saturated
Current output 31 / 32 overshot. The flow has exceeded the set upper measuring range
Out of specification
value.
— Check the upper measuring range value Qv Max, Qm Max in the "Device Setup /
...Sensor" menu and correct if necessary.
Curr.Out V1 / V2, V3 / V4
Current output V1 / V2, V3 / V4 (plug-in card) overshot. The flow has exceeded the set upper
saturated
measuring range value.
Out of specification
— Check the upper measuring range value Qv Max, Qm Max in the "Device Setup /
...Sensor" menu and correct if necessary.
Option Card 1 com error
Communication error to plug-in card.
Out of specification
— Check that the plug-in card is installed correctly.
Option Card 2 com error
— Replace plug-in card if necessary.
Pulse output is cut off
The pulse rate or the frequency at the pulse output is outside the permissible limits.
— Contact ABB Service.
Out of specification
— Check configuration of the parameters for the pulse output.
Mass flowrate exceeds limits
The mass flow is below or above the configured limit values "Qm Massflow Min" and "Qm
Massflow Max".
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check mass flow.
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Out of specification
Error text
Description
NAMUR
Volume flowrate exceeds limits
The volume flow is below or above the configured limit values "Qv Volumeflow Min" and "Qv
Out of specification
classification
Volumeflow Max".
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check volume flow rate.
Density exceeds min / max limits
The density is below or above the configured limit values "Density Min" and "Density Max".
Out of specification
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check density.
Medium temperat exceeds limits
The measuring medium temperature is below or above the configured limit values
Out of specification
"Temperature Min" and "Temperature Max".
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check measuring medium temperature.
Concentration inunit exceeds
The concentration in units is below or above the configured limit values "Concentrat. [u] Min"
Out of specification
and "Concentrat. [u] Max".
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check concentration.
Concentration inpercent exceeds
The concentration in % is below or above the configured limit values "Concentrat. [%] Min"
Out of specification
and "Concentrat. [%] Max".
— Check the parameter settings in the "Process Alarm / ...Alarm Limits" menu and adjust if
necessary.
— Check concentration.
Sensor memory defective
SensorMemory in frontend board faulty.
Maintenance
— Check if the SensorMemory is defective.
required
— Contact ABB Service.
NV chips defect on Motherboard
SensorMemory in motherboard faulty.
Maintenance
— Check if the SensorMemory is defective.
required
— Contact ABB Service.
Curr.Out 31 / 32 not calibrated
Curr.Out V1 / V2 not calibrated
Curr.Out V3 / V4 not calibrated
Current output 31 / 32, Uco not calibrated.
Maintenance
— Contact ABB Service.
required
Current output (plug-in card) V1 / V2 or V3 / V4 not calibrated.
Maintenance
— Check plug-in card and replace if necessary.
required
— Contact ABB Service.
Maintenance
required
Display value is < 1600h at Qmax. The current counter reading has exceeded the display resolution.
All totalizer stopp
Maintenance
— Check the unit setting for the mass counters / volume totalizers and adjust if necessary.
required
Maintenance interval reached.
Maintenance
— Perform maintenance work.
required
— Start new maintenance interval in the "Diagnostics / ...Diagnosis Control" menu.
Device not calibrated
Contact ABB Service.
Maintenance
required
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10 Maintenance
WARNING
Loss of Ex-approval!
Loss of Ex approval due to replacement of components in
devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
— Devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
must only be serviced and maintained by qualified ABB
personnel.
— For measuring devices for potentially explosive
atmospheres, observe the relevant operator guidelines.
See also chapter "Use in potentially explosive
atmospheres" on page 6.
CAUTION
Risk of burns due to hot measuring media.
The device surface temperature may exceed 70 °C (158 °F),
depending on the measuring medium temperature!
Before starting work on the device, make sure that it has
cooled sufficiently.
10.1 Flowmeter sensor
The flowmeter essentially requires no maintenance.
The following items should be checked annually:
— Ambient conditions (air circulation, humidity),
— Seal integrity of the process connections,
— Cable entry points and cover screws,
— Operational reliability of the power supply feed, the
lightning protection, and the station ground.
Repairs to the flowmeter
If repairs to the flowmeter are required, observe chapter
"Repair" on page 100.
10.2 Cleaning
When cleaning the exterior of meters, make sure that the
cleaning agent used does not corrode the housing surface and
the seals.
To avoid static charge, a damp cloth must be used for
cleaning.
11 Repair
DANGER
Danger of explosion if the device is operated with the
transmitter housing or terminal box open!
Before opening the transmitter housing or the terminal box,
note the following points:
— Check that a valid fire permit is available.
— Ensure that the atmosphere is not ignitable or explosive.
WARNING
Risk of injury due to live parts!
When the housing is open, contact protection is not provided
and EMC protection is limited.
Before opening the housing, switch off the power supply.
WARNING
Loss of Ex-approval!
Loss of Ex approval due to replacement of components in
devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
— Devices for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
must only be serviced and maintained by qualified ABB
personnel.
— For measuring devices for potentially explosive
atmospheres, observe the relevant operator guidelines.
See also chapter "Use in potentially explosive
atmospheres" on page 6.
CAUTION
Risk of burns due to hot measuring media.
The device surface temperature may exceed 70 °C (158 °F),
depending on the measuring medium temperature!
Before starting work on the device, make sure that it 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.
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11.1 Spare parts
Repair and maintenance activities may only be performed by
authorized customer service personnel.
When replacing or repairing individual components, use
original spare parts.
NOTE
Spare parts can be ordered from ABB Service:
Please contact Customer Center Service acc. to page 2 for
nearest service location.
11.2 Fuse replacement
1
G11780
Fig. 41
1 Fuse holder
There is a fuse in the transmitter terminal box.
Power supply
11 ... 30 V DC
100 ... 240 V AC
Rated current
1,25 A
0,8 A
Rated Voltage
250 V AC
250 V AC
Design
Device Fuse 5 x 20 mm
Breaking capacity
1500 A at 250 V AC
Order number
3KQR000757U0100
3KQR000757U0200
Perform the following steps to replace the fuse:
1. Switch off the power supply.
2. Open the transmitter terminal box.
3. Pull out the defective fuse and insert a new fuse.
4. Close the transmitter terminal box.
5. Switch on the power supply.
6. Check that the device is working correctly.
If the fuse blows again on activation, the device is defective
and must be replaced.
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11.3 Replacing the LCD indicator and frontend board
Fig. 42: Replacing LCD indicator and frontend board (example)
1 LCD indicator cable harness 2 LCD indicator 3 Sensor cable harness 4 SensorMemory 5 Cable retainer 6 Frontend board
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Replacing the LCD indicator
The LCD indicator can be replaced in the event of a
malfunction.
Replacing the frontend board
In the event of a fault, the frontend board can be replaced on
flowmeters with an integral mount design.
Component
Order no.
Component
Order no.
LCD indicator (HMI)
3KQZ407125U0100
Frontend board (FEB)
3KXF002564U0100
Replace the LCD indicator as follows:
1. Switch off the power supply.
2. Unscrew / remove the cover.
3. Remove the LCD indicator.
4. Pull the connector out of the motherboard.
5. Attach the connector to the cable harness on the new
LCD indicator. Ensure that the cable harness is not
damaged.
6. Insert the LCD indicator and screw on /replace the cover.
7. Switch on the power supply.
Replace the frontend board as follows:
1. Switch off the power supply.
2. Unscrew / remove the cover.
3. Remove the LCD indicator. Ensure that the cable harness
is not damaged.
4. Pull the connector out of the sensor cable harness.
5. Pull out the SensorMemory.
NOTE
The SensorMemory is assigned to the sensor. The
SensorMemory is therefore fastened to the sensor cable
harness with a cable retainer.
Ensure that the SensorMemory remains with the sensor and
cannot be lost!
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Pull the faulty frontend board out forwards.
Insert the new frontend board.
Attach the connector for the sensor cable harness.
Attach the SensorMemory.
Insert the LCD indicator and screw on /replace the cover.
Once the power supply is switched on, load the system
data from the SensorMemory.
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11.4 Returning devices
Use the original packaging or a secure transport container of
an appropriate type if you need to return the device for repair
or recalibration purposes. Fill out the return form (see the
Appendix) and include this with the device.
According to the EU Directive governing hazardous materials,
the owner of hazardous waste is responsible for its disposal or
must observe the following regulations for shipping purposes:
All devices delivered to ABB must be free from any hazardous
materials (acids, alkalis, solvents, etc.).
Please contact Customer Center Service acc. to page 2 for
nearest service location.
12.2 Disposal
This product and its packaging are manufactured from
materials that can be recycled by specialist recycling
companies.
Bear the following points in mind when disposing of them:
— This product is not subject to WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
or relevant national laws (e.g. ElektroG in Germany).
— The product must be surrendered to a specialist recycling
company. Do not use municipal garbage collection points.
According to WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC, only products
used in private applications may be disposed of at
municipal garbage collection points.
— If it is not possible to dispose of old equipment properly,
ABB Service can take receipt of and dispose of returns for
a fee.
12 Recycling and disposal
NOTE
Products that are marked with this symbol may
not be disposed of through municipal garbage
collection points.
12.1 Dismounting
WARNING
Risk of injury due to process conditions.
The process conditions, e.g. high pressures and
temperatures, toxic and aggressive measuring media, can
give rise to hazards when dismantling the device.
— If necessary, wear suitable personal protective
equipment during disassembly.
— Before disassembly, ensure that the process conditions
do not pose any safety risks.
— Depressurize and empty the device / piping, allow to
cool and purge if necessary.
Bear the following points in mind when dismantling the device:
— Switch off the power supply.
— Disconnect electrical connections.
— Allow the device / piping to cool and depressurize and
empty. Collect any escaping medium and dispose of it in
accordance with environmental guidelines.
— Use appropriate tools to dismantle the device, taking the
weight of the device into consideration.
— If the device is to be used at another location, the device
should preferably be packaged in its original packing so
that it cannot be damaged.
— See the information in chapter "Returning devices" on
page 103.
12.3 Information on ROHS Directive 2011/65/EC
The products provided by ABB Automation Products GmbH
do not fall within the current scope of regulations on
hazardous substances with restricted uses or the directive on
waste electrical and electronic equipment according to
ElektroG.
If the necessary components are available on the market at
the right time, in the future these substances will no longer be
used in new product development.
13 Specifications
NOTE
The detailed device data sheet is available in the download
area at www.abb.com/flow.
Trademarks
® HART is a registered trademark of FieldComm Group, Austin, Texas,
USA
® Modbus is a registered trademark of the Modbus Organization
™ Hastelloy C-4 is a Haynes International trademark
™ Hastelloy C-22 is a Haynes International trademark
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14 Appendix
14.1 Return form
Statement on the contamination of devices and components
Repair and / or maintenance work will only be performed on devices and components if a statement form has been completed
and submitted.
Otherwise, the device / component returned may be rejected. This statement form may only be completed and signed by
authorized specialist personnel employed by the operator.
Customer details:
Company:
Address:
Contact person:
Fax:
Telephone:
E-Mail:
Device details:
Typ:
Reason for the return/description of the defect:
Serial no.:
Was this device used in conjunction with substances which pose a threat or risk to health?
 Yes
 No
If yes, which type of contamination (please place an X next to the applicable items)?
Biological

Corrosive / irritating 
Combustible (highly / extremely combustible)
Toxic

Explosiv

Other toxic substances
Radioactive



Which substances have come into contact with the device?
1.
2.
3.
We hereby state that the devices / components shipped have been cleaned and are free from any dangerous or poisonous
substances.
Town/city, date
Signature and company stamp
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14.2 Declarations of conformity
NOTE
All documentation, declarations of conformity, and certificates are available in ABB's download area.
www.abb.com/flow
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Tel:
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Fax:
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Fax:
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Note
We reserve the right to make technical changes or
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notice. With regard to purchase orders, the agreed
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responsibility whatsoever for potential errors or
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