Operating Instructions
Hand Held Communicator
Model 691HT
INTRINSIC SAFETY VERSION
(Release Firmware 1, Release Software 1.0)
(covering the operations with 600T and 600T EN Pressure Transmitter - Rev. up to 5.3, 652/653S Temperature
- Rev. 5.1, Deltapi K Smart Pressure Transmitter - Rev. up to 5.5, KST Temperature - Rev. up to 5.1, Generic HART
device - HART 5 Revision)
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ABB AUTOMATION
The Company
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As a part of ABB, a world leader in process automation technology, we offer
customers application expertise, service and support worldwide.
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ABB Automation is an established world force in the design and manufacture
of instrumentation for industrial process control, flow measurement, gas and
liquid analysis and environmental applications.
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technology and unrivalled service and support.
The quality, accuracy and performance of the Company’s products result from
over 100 years experience, combined with a continuous program of innovative
design and development to incorporate the latest technology.
The NAMAS Calibration Laboratory No. 0255(B) is just one of the ten flow
calibration plants operated by the Company, and is indicative of ABB
Automation’s dedication to quality and accuracy.
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Use of DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE
This Pubblication includes DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE information where
appropriate to point out safety related or other important information.
DANGER
- Hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
- Hazards which could result in personal injury.
CAUTION
- Hazards which could result in equipment or property damage.
NOTE
- Alerts user to pertinent facts and conditions.
Although DANGER and WARNING hazards are related to personal injury, and CAUTION hazards are
associated with equipment or property damage, it should be understood that operation of damaged equipment
could, under certain operational conditions, result in degraded process system performance leading to personal
injury or death. Therefore comply fully with all DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION.
Health and Safety
To ensure that our products are safe and without risk to health, the following points must be noted:
1. The relevant sections of these instructions must be read carefully before proceeding.
2. Warning labels on containers and packages must be observed.
3. Installation, operation, maintenance and servicing must only be carried out by suitably trained personnel and in accordance with the
information given.
4. Normal safety precautions must be taken to avoid the possibility of an accident occurring when operating in conditions of high
pressure and/or temperature.
5. Chemicals must be stored away from heat, protected from temperature extremes and powders kept dry. Normal safe handling
procedures must be used.
6. When disposing of chemicals ensure that no two chemicals are mixed.
Safety advice concerning the use of the equipment described in this manual or any relevant hazard data sheets (where applicable) may
be obtained from the Company address on the back cover, together with servicing and spares information.
Year 2000 compliance
600T EN Series products have no impact due to year 2000, operating as follows:
• the Year 2000 date format will be "00";
• the date is used only as caption, no calculation are done on date in the products, comparisons on dates are not supported in the
products;
• the products continue to work in the correct manner;
• the product send to the connected systems the correct information;
• if the products receive an input that it is not compatible with Year 2000 there are not damages or faults to the products themselves.
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CONTENTS
Section
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Page
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................ 3
REVISION SUMMARY ................................................... 3
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL ................................... 4
COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS ............................. 5
KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY .......................................... 7
TRANSMITTER TERMINOLOGY AND
GENERAL OPERATIONS ............................................. 8
GETTING STARTED WITH 691HT HAND
TERMINAL ..................................................................... 9
PASSWORD PROCEDURE ........................................ 10
DIRECT CONNECTION ............................................... 11
BROADCASTING CONNECTION ............................... 11
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - PV PROCESS VALUE ....................................................... 12
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - REVIEW ...................... 13
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - CONF KEYS ............... 17
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - TRIM KEYS ................ 31
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - SERIAL LINK .............. 43
HART RESPONSE MESSAGES ................................. 44
APPENDIX "A1" ........................................................... 50
APPENDIX "A2" ........................................................... 50
APPENDIX "B" ............................................................. 50
APPENDIX "C" ............................................................. 51
APPENDIX "D" ............................................................. 56
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION .................................... 56
FAULT REPORT SHEET ............................................. 57
The Hand Held Communicator provides a smart
interface with HART electronic transmitters : it is designed
to enable the plant engineer to configure, calibrate and
troubleshoot the transmitters either before or after field
installation.
The Hand Held Communicator can store in its non-volatile
memory up to 32 transmitter configurations.
It can also be used as a Modem between the Personal
Computer and the transmitter.
The Communicator employs a four line by twenty dotmatrix characters LCD and a 25 key tactile feedback
keyboard : the use of the keyboard is based either on
dedicated keys or software defined keys.
The communication between the Communicator and the
transmitter is based on standard Bell 202 FSK ( Frequency Shift Keying) current modulation superimposed on the
4 to 20 mA analog signal: since the energy balance
added to the current loop is virtually equal to zero no
disturbance or interference occurs on the analog process
signal.
This version of the Communicator is powered by
internal rechargeable batteries and is certified intrinsically safe for use in hazardous locations.
REVISION SUMMARY
This is the initial revision of the product: Firmware Rev. 1
The initial software version, Rev. 1.0 can be successively updated with the PC Based Program and option LOAD
PROG under SERIAL LINK menu, operation that can be performed at the nearest Service Center.
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COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
The communication between the Hand Held Communicator and the field devices, like Smart Transmitters, is
based on HART protocol, that permits simultaneous
transmission of the industry-standard 4 to 20 mA analog
signal and of the digital signals carrying the
communication.
The Data Link Layer is also responsible for the
communication between the field devices and the
configurators, either the Hand Held Communicator, a
Secondary Master, or the P.C. Configurator, a Primary
Master and of the issuing of appropriate error messages
in case of communication malfunction.
The HART protocol follows the OSI ( Open Systems
Interconnection ) reference model proposed by the
ISO ( International Standard Organization ) but uses a
collapsed OSI model implementing only the 1, 2 and 7
layers. The other layers are not necessary for this type
of communication.
The Layer 7, the Application Layer is based on the use
of HART Commands, a set of commands sent to a field
device in order to obtain data or information and to
remotely change configuration's parameters.
The Layer 1, the Physical Layer, physically connects
the devices. It is based on the Bell 202 FSK ( Frequency
Shift Keying ) standard, a ±0.4 mA signal modulation
superimposed on the 4 to 20 mA analog output signal.
The Data Transfer Rate is 1200 Baud. Two frequencies
, 1200 and 2200 Hz, in sinusoidal form, are used to code
respectively the bit "1" and "0. The figure below gives
the modulation envelope respectively for a "1" and a "0"
bit.
f = 1200 Hz
+ 0.4 mA
Universal commands that are implemented and then
recognized by all field devices irrespective of the
manufacturer: the implementation of this class of
commands is mandatory for each manufacturer using
the HART Protocol. This class includes the commands
of reading of the process variable and those of reading
of Universal Information like the Tag, ranges and limits,
date and message,Serial Number,etc.
Common Practice Commands is a class of commands
commonly used by a large number of smart devices :
unlike the Universal Commands their implementation is
not mandatory but the use of this set of commands
increases the compatibility between devices using HART
protocol. This class includes commands to change
common parameters like range values, engineering
units, to perform loop test and so on.
f = 2200 Hz
Level of the
analog signal
- 0.4 mA
Bit = 0
Bit = 1
The Hart Command Set is structured in three classes of
commands:
Since the energy balance added to the current loop
virtually equal to zero and the frequency used for the
communication very high compared to that of the
process dynamic, no disturbance or interference occurs
on the analog process signal.
Device-Specific Commands is a class of commands
implemented for a specific device and therefore not
common to other type of equipment. This class includes
the commands related to the specific design of the
device, such as the command for the sensor trimming or
the command to read and interpret the product code,
the sensor materials, etc.
Another small set of commands is reserved for the
manufacturer for use during the manufacturing process.
The Layer 2, the Data Link Layer, provides to form and
check the frame of the messages, accordingly to the
Hart protocol specification. The frame includes a double
parity check, horizontal, at level of each byte transmitted,
and vertical, in form of a parity byte added at the end of
the frame, in order to insure the maximum data integrity.
Any command sent by a Master Device, either the
Primary Master or the Secondary Master, requires a
response message that necessarily includes a Specific
Response Code: the response code gives information
about the correct interpretation and execution of the
received command.
The figure below gives the structure of a typical frame.
The response code pertains to the Data Link Layer, for
the part concerning the communication, or to the
Application Layer, for the part concerning the application
and in case of errors an error message will be issued: a
specific section of this manual lists the error messages.
Preamble
SD
AD CD BC RC
Data
Parity
Contents
Response code
Byte count
Command code
Addresses
Start Delimiter
Preamble ( 5 to 20 "FF" )
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COMMUNICATOR APPLICATIONS
This manual covers the use of the Hand Held Communicator in direct, multidrop or broadcasting mode and
gives general information for the use in serial and
modem modes. In these two modes the Communicator
is in slave mode with all the operations performed by the
Personal Computer. The operations that can be
performed using a Personal Computer have still to be
defined. The Software that is going to be adopted will be
probably the SMART VISION! Please refer also to the
Operating Instructions of the Smart ABB pressure and
temperature transmitters for the general and specific
informations on this products.
The Communicator can be used in several different
ways to fullfill the needs of commissioning and maintanance of a HART transmitter:
- direct : the Communicator is directly connected to
the transmitter, either in the field or on the laboratory
bench and the plant engineer may use it to configure,
calibrate or check the connected instrument. Up to 32
different configurations can be saved in the
Communicator memory: you can use a personal computer based software (e.g. the SMART VISION) for
database management.
Transmitter direct connection
The Hand Held Communicator can be connected via its
leads at any point of the current loop : the connection
shall be made in parallel to the transmitter and is
polarity independent. Do not connect the Communicator in series in the current loop: this will not damage the
instrument but the current loop will be interrupted.
Control Room
Field
Power
Supply ≥ 250 Ohm
Multidrop connection
The Hand Held Communicator can be connected via its
leads at any point of the current loop : the connection
shall be made in parallel to the multidrop connectedtransmitters, as shown in the figure below, and is
polarity indipendent. Also in this case, a resistor of
250 ohm minimum must be present in the loop,
between the Communicator and the power supply
for communication purpose.
Control Room
Field
Power
Supply ≥ 250 Ohm
691HT
F1
Output
Current
Fixed at
4 mA
F2
F3
F4
PV
REVIEW
CONF
SERIAL
LINK
TRIM
A B C
D E F
G H I
1
2
3
J K L
M N O
P Q R
4
5
6
S T U
V W X
Y Z #
7
8
9
@ %
& /
+
-
0
Up to 15 devices
The power supply should provide a minimum voltage of
12 Volt at the transmitters terminals and supply a
current of 4 mA for each transmitter connected. A
maximum of 15 transmitters can be connected in
multidrop mode.
- broadcasting : connection to several transmitters
using a suitable interface that provides a separation
between the analog signals coming from the different
transmitters and the HART digital communication.
Also in this case the access to an individual transmitter
is possible using the TAG. With this type of connection
each transmitter maintains it's analog output and the
full functionality of the transmission loop is maintained.
The operations on transmitters are the same as
indicated for the direct connection.
691HT
F1
F2
F3
F4
PV
REVIEW
Bell 202
Modem
CONF
SERIAL
LINK
TRIM
A B C
D E F
G H I
1
2
3
J K L
M N O
P Q R
4
5
6
S T U
V W X
Y Z #
7
8
9
@ %
& /
+
-
0
NOTE - A resistor of 250 ohm minimum must be
present in the loop, between the Communicator and
the power supply for communication purpose.
If the resistor is represented by the intrinsic safety
barrier and the connection is made in the hazardous
area side of the barrier, any possible precaution must
be taken to avoid hazard via the leads or operator.
The insertion or the removal of the Communicator does
not disturb the operation of the loop, whether the instrument is working ( ON ) or not ( OFF ).
- multidrop : the Communicator is multidrop connected
to several transmitters and the access to each
transmitter is possible using the TAG name.
The operation on transmitters are the same indicated
for the direct connection. Note that in multidrop
connection the analog output of each transmitter is
locked to 4 mA and the process value is transmitted
through digital signal.
Broadcasting connection
In the broadcasting configuration the connection can be
made in any point of the common Bell 202 link between
the interface modules and the modem module.
This connection being not directly branched with a low
impedance power supply, no additional resistors are
required.
691HT
F1
F2
F3
F4
PV
REVIEW
CONF
SERIAL
LINK
TRIM
A B C
D E F
G H I
1
2
3
J K L
M N O
P Q R
4
5
6
S T U
V W X
Y Z #
7
8
9
@ %
& /
+
-
0
Bell 202
Modem
to the panel
instruments
Hart Mux I/F
Hart Mux I/F
Hart Mux I/F
To the field mounted Txs
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- serial link : a RS 232 serial connection provides a
link from the Communicator and a Personal Computer. With this type of connection it is possible to use
the two devices, the Communicator and the Computer (providing a suitable software), in a perfect
symbiosis, moving data and configurations from one
device to the other and viceversa.
In particular the Communicator can be used to store
transmitter configurations received from the Computer
Software and to download it to the relevant transmitters
installed in the field.
Modem connection
This connection is made to allow the connection of
transmitters, either in direct mode or multidrop or broadcasting mode to a Personal Computer using the Communicator as a Bell 202 Modem.
The connection from the Communicator and the Personal Computer is of serial type and therefore make it
using the instructions for the serial link. The connection
between the Communicator and the transmitter/s should
be made using the requested type of connection (direct,
multidrop, broadcasting ).
Serial connection
DANGER - Do not use the serial connection when in
areas classified as HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. Such
action could result in FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
The included serial cable should be used to connect the
Communicator to the PC. The cable consists of a 9 pin
male D-sub connector for attaching to the Communicator and a 9 pin female D-sub connector for the PC's
serial port. Also included is a 9 pin to 25 pin serial
adapter wich can be used to adapt the 9 pin end of the
cable to a 25 pin serial port.
The figure below shows the pinout of the 9 pole sub-D
female connector of the Communicator ( view from the
rear of the equipment ).
9
5
1 - N.C. ( not connected )
2 - Tx ( Transmit )
3 - Rx ( Receive )
4 - N.C.
5 - Screen
6 - N.C.
7- CTS ( Clear to send )
8 - RTS ( Ready to send )
9 - N.C.
6
1
DANGER: the serial link operation are not allowed in
hazardous area ( area with danger of fire or
explosions).
- modem : the Communicator can be connected to a
Personal Computer Configurator through the serial
link connection and connected to the transmitter,
using the Bell 202 protocol either in direct mode or in
multidrop or broadcasting mode. In the modem mode
the Communicator acts simply as a protocol converter
between the RS 232 and the Bell 202 with all
configuration functions left to the P.C.Configurator.
P.C. Based software
RS-232
691HT
F1
F2
F3
F4
PV
REVIEW
CONF
SERIAL
LINK
TRIM
A B C
D E F
G H I
1
2
3
J K L
M N O
P Q R
4
5
6
S T U
V W X
Y Z #
7
8
9
@ %
& /
+
-
0
Hart Mux I/F
Hart Mux I/F
Hart Mux I/F
To the field mounted Txs
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The Hand Held Communicator is a microprocessor
based device using a Mitsubishi M377 microcontroller,
a random access memory ( RAM ), a read only memory
(FLASH EEPROM) used for the program, a nonvolatile RAM used to maintain the transmitters
configuration, a Bell 202 Modem, a RS 232 serial
interface, the 4 line by 20 characters liquid cristal
display and a tactile feedback membrane keyboard.
The Hand Held Communicator is powered by a pack of
stilo and rechargeable batteries. The following figure
shows a functional diagram of the Communicator.
STILO OR RECHARGEABLE
BATTERY PACK
DISPLAY
KEYBOARD
MICROCONTROLLER
RAM
BUS
MODEM
any point
in the loop
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FLASH EEPROM
NON-VOLATILE EEPROM
691HT Functional Block Diagram
RS 232
to the P.C.
KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY
The display is a 4 line by 20 characters liquid cristal
display mounted at an angle to the face of the Communicator to increase readability. The first two lines of the
display are dedicated to data or messages for the user.
The botton two lines of the display are used for labelling
the function keys, as shown in the figure below.
691HT
F1
MAIN MENU
DIR
ECT
BRD
CAST
TX
DIR
F1
F2
F3
F2
PV
F4
The keyboard is comprised of 25 keys arranged in 3
functional groups.
At the bottom of the Communicator there is a group of
12 keys used for the entry of numeric data and letters,
along with a decimal point ( . ) and a change sign, i.e.
( +/- ) keys.
There is a group of nine dedicated function keys
located on the face of the Communicator. Two keys are
dedicated to turning the Communicator ON or OFF.
Two other keys assist in keyboard entry ( ENTER ) and
returning to the previous menu ( ESCAPE ). The
remaining keys in the group are associated with
transmitter functions. A more detailed description of the
dedicated keys is presented below.
CONF
Monitor the process variables and output
current values of the transmitter. The Communicator continuously updates the display
with this information approximately twice per
second. Additional functions available through
the use of this key may, depending on the
transmitter, include monitoring the sensor
temperature or static pressure.
Review the connected transmitter's database. This information includes: output parameters; revision info; other miscellaneous
info. Use of this key does not give the user the
ability to change any information. To make
changes the user must use the CONF key.
Configure or edit the transmitter's database.
The user is allowed to specify output parameters, identification info and material info. In
addition the user may perform operations
involving transmitter database such as listing, saving, downloading and deleting.
CONF
SERIAL
LINK
TRIM
Located below the LCD display is a group of 4 programmable function keys ("softkeys") labelled F1 - F4. The
definition of these keys varies based on the operation
the user is trying to perform. The function of each key is
defined by the corresponding label displayed by the
LCD above.
REVIEW
F4
PASS
WORD
REVIEW
PV
F3
A B C
D E F
G H I
1
2
3
J K L
M N O
P Q R
4
5
6
S T U
V W X
Y Z #
7
8
9
& /
+
-
@ %
0
SERIAL
LINK
Configure the Communicator either as a
Modem for use with a PC or to perform
database operations to an existing
Configuration software on a P.C.
TRIM
Perform trimming of the sensor or output
circuitry and reranging the sensor.
Confirm data entry during input operations.
This key is sometime super seded by function
key F4 which often serves as ENTER also.
Abort the present operation or return to the
next higher ( previous ) menu screen.
Switch ON the Communicator (
for switch off) .
OFF is
NOTE : The Communicator automatically shut off in
order to conserve battery power, if it senses that the
unit has not been used for 9 minutes. This feature is
disabled when the PV function is currently in use,
when the Communicator is in DATA BASE MODE, in
MODEM MODE or during firmware and software
upgrade, i.e. when in LOAD PROG Mode.
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TRANSMITTER TERMINOLOGY
GENERAL OPERATIONS
Battery Charging
The Communicator primary use is the commissioning
and the servicing of Smart transmitters. The commissioning includes all the operation of functional testing of
the transmitter and check of the transmitter configuration data normally performed before the putting in service,
while the servicing is for operation after installation.
Commissioning can be done either in the field or on the
bench.
The advent of smart microcontroller-based transmitters
brings new procedure and terminology to the instrumentation field, not present in the days of pure analog
transmitters. This manual would like to present the
following terminology to define some of the operations
of commissioning as follows:
- Ranging - Setting either or both the lower and upper
value ( LRV & URV ) thereby determining the zero and
span by user entry of the numeric values. This operation
is available to the user via the CONFiguration menu.
Also called "Dry Calibration".
- Reranging - Setting either or both the lover and upper
range values ( LRV & URV ) using the value of the
applied pressure or input reference. This operation
requires accurate test equipment. This operation is
available to the user via the RERANGING function
under the TRIMming menu. Also called "Wet calibration".
- Trimming - Performs small corrections to either the
sensor measurement value or the analog output value
( i.e. corrections to either the input or output sides of the
transmitter's microcontroller ). Major detail on this operation can be found in the "Use of the green keys-TRIM"
section of this manual. This operation requires accurate
test equipment. This operation is available to the user
via the SENSOR TRIM and the 4-20 mA TRIM under the
TRIM menu.
Consideration on accuracy
The use of a sensor having a good intrinsic linearity and
repeatability and the possibility to compensate, using a
microprocessor, the residual non linearity errors and the
errors due to the influence of the temperature and static
pressure leads to an instrument having a very high
accuracy.
The factory final calibration of the transmitter is done
using testing equipment having an accuracy from four
to ten times the specified accuracy of the transmitter.
This facts bring to the consideration that, unless your
testing equipment is of a suitable class ( accuracy three
times of the transmitter accuracy ), a calibration done
using the Ranging procedure leads to results that are
surely better that a calibration done using poor quality
testing equipment.
Before to decide about the type of calibration to perform
it is then to check the transmitter accuracy stated in the
specification sheet and the accuracy of the testing
equipments available.
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There are four nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries:
the expected working time of the Communicator with
the battery full charged is about 10 hours. When the
battery is nearly 90% gone, i.e. 1 working hour is still
available, a low battery warning signal, ( LB ) is displayed
in the lower right corner of the LCD display.
The Non-Volatile EEPROM ( which is used to store
database configurations ) is not affected by a low
battery voltage or battery replacement.
The battery pack has an expected life of 1000 charge/
discharge cycles. This expectancy is valid if the charge/
discharge cycles are properly performed. Nickel-cadmium batteries require that they are nearly fully discharged before recharging, therefore the user should wait
for the low battery indication before recharging.
DANGER - Do not use the battery charger in areas
classified as HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS. This can
results in HAZARD OF FIRE AND EXPLOSIONS.
The battery charging should be done using the battery
charger optionally supplied with the Communicator.
Use of other chargers is discouraged but can be used.
Under such conditions, it should be noted that the
maximum charging current be less than 50 mA. If a
constant voltage charger is used the voltage must be
7.5 Volt D.C. The full charge of the battery pack requires
about 12/15 hours.
Access to the battery charging connector is by removal
of the cover plate located at the top of the Communicator. The connector is a 5.5 mm plug with the center
contact being positive (+) and the outside contact being
nagative (-).
CAUTION - Do not maintain the battery charger
connected for more than 15 hours: the battery pack
and the internal circuit may be damaged.
Battery pack replacement
The battery pack consists in a plastic box containing the
Ni-Cd battery and all the necessary intrinsic safety
protection diodes and resistors. The plastic enclosure
is completely filled with silicon resin to prohibit access
to the components.
DANGER : Do not remove the silicon resin
protection, don't change or modify intrinsic safety
components. This can cause HAZARD OF FIRE
AND EXPLOSIONS.
For battery pack replacement proceed as follows:
- Unscrew the two Philips screws and remove the battery pack. Unplug the battery cable connector.
- Plug the battery cable connector in the new battery
pack and fit it in the battery recess, paying attention
that the cable is properly fitted. Fix it with its screws.
- Switch on the unit and check if the battery low warning
appears. In case that doesn't appears discharge the
battery until it appears.
- Charge the battery for 12/15 hours.
NOTE - Since the Battery Pack is intrinsically safe it
is possible to replace it in a hazardous area. However this is not recommended as good standard
practice.
Battery
charger
conn.
Banana plug for
transmitter conn.
RS 232 Serial
connection
- the transmitter connection consists of a double banana jack suitable for a double banana plug patch cord.
- the serial link ( RS 232 ) connection consists in a std.
Type D subminiature 9-pole female connector.
- the battery charger connection consists in a 5.5 mm.
round socket.
The two latter are protected by a plastic cover that can
be removed unscrewing a Allen screw.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All the electrical connections are grouped in the rear
part of the Communicator and include the following
( see figure below ):
DANGER - Do not remove the cover or use the unit
with the cover removed in area classified as HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS: THIS CAN RESULT IN
HAZARD OF FIRE AND EXPLOSIONS.
GETTING STARTED WITH 691HT HAND TERMINAL
ABB Instrumentation
Firmware Rev. 1
Software Rev. 1.0
Language: ENGLISH
After some seconds the Main Menu appears on the screen giving the
access to the main procedure:
MAIN MENU
DIR BRD
ECT CAST
TX
DIR
Connect the Communicator with the transmitter following the instruction
in the relevant chapter of this manual and then press the
ON key.
The ON key must be kept pressed for one second. The first display at side
appears for some seconds, giving indications on the 691HT revisions and
language.
PASS
WORD
Transm. Directory
_ _ _ _ (List of HART devices
_ _ _ _ _ _ supported) _ _ _ _
____________ _____
Direct and Broadcast : to initialize the communication with a transmitter.
Password : to insert or change the password to protect the access to
some operations, namely Conf, Trim, Serial Link and Password itself.
Tx Directory: to visualize (scrolling) the list of device that one configurable
using the installed software revision.
Example of Transmitter Directory:
GENERIC HART
1.0
Deltapi K Press.
1.0
600T Prerss. (+EN)
1.0
KST Temp.
1.0
652/653 S Temp.
1.0
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PASSWORD PROCEDURE
If you want to enable the password or to change the existing one press
the F4 function key, corresponding to the label PASSWORD in the main
menu. The password menu will appear. The possible password operation
are the following:
- setting a password and enabling it.
- changing an existing password and enabling it
- disabling a password
PASSWORD
ENA
BLE
DISA
BLE
Input numeric
password:
[_______]
CL R E N T R
Retype password:
[ _ _ __ _ _ _ ]
CLR ENTR
Password
enabled
P re s s a n y k e y t o
continue
Password already
enabled
CHNG
PRO
CEED
Input existing
password:
[______]
CL R E N T R
Input new
password:
[______]
CL R E N T R
Retype new
password:
[______]
CLR ENTR
Input existing
password:
[______]
CL R E N T R
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Setting a password. If you want to set a password press the function
key F1, labelled ENABLE: If the password is already enabled, then a new
display, shown below, gives the possibility to change the existing
password or to proceed without changing it. Otherwise, pressing F1,
appears the following:
Insert the numeric password: it can be any number from 1 to 6 digits.
If a mistake is made, the CLR key should be pressed to start again.
After entry as been completed pressing the ENTeR key a new display
appears asking to repeat the entry for security reasons.
Pressing the ENTeR key the next screen appears confirming that the
password has been successfully entered and enabled: if for some
reason the procedure aborts then the following message is displayed:
"Password incorrect - Press any key to continue "
In both cases, pressing any key you will return to the Password Main
Menu: then press ESCape if you wish to leave the password procedure.
NOTE - Be extremely careful not to forget an entered password, as
the user has no way of circumventing the security feature.
Changing an existing password. If a password exists and is enabled,
the following screen will appear when the F1 key, corresponding to
enable, is pressed. Pressing the F4 key you will return to the Password
Main Menu while pressing F1 to CHaNGe the following display appears.
Input the existing password. If the password is not correct then the
following message is displayed: "Password incorrect - Press any key
to continue ". Pressing any key you will return to the Password Main
Menu.
If the password is accepted then the next screen appears: insert the new
numeric password. If a mistake is made, the CLR key should be pressed
to start again. After entry has been completed pressing the ENTeR key
a new display appears asking to repeat the entry for security reasons.
Pressing the ENTeR key a screen appears confirming that the password
has been successfully entered and enabled: if for some reason the
procedure abort then the following message is displayed:
"Password incorrect - Press any key to continue "
In both the case, pressing any key you will return to the Password Main
Menu: then press ESCape if you wish to leave the password procedure.
Password disable . If you select, from the Password Main Menu, the
DISABLE option, then the following screen is presented: insert the
existing numeric password and then press F4 to ENTeR.
The following message is displayed: " Password disabled - Press any
key to continue".
Note - If you have unlackely forgotten the Password, please contact your
nearest ABB Instrumentation Service Center.
If the password is already disabled or some mistake is made inputting
the password, one of the following messages will be displayed:
" Password already disabled - Press any key to continue "
" Password incorrect - Press any key to continue ".
In both cases, pressing any key you will return to the Password Main
Menu: then press ESCape if you wish to leave the password procedure.
DIRECT CONNECTION
MAIN MENU
DIR
ECT
BRD TX
CAST DIR
PASS
WORD
T X : 600T Press ( +EN )
TAG: XXXXXXXX
SELECT GREEN KEY
XMTR
NOT
IN
COMMUNICATION
RETRY
POLL
P o l l i n g A d d r e s s : (0 3 )
PRO
CEED
Supposing that a direct connection to the transmitter has been done,
press the function key F1, corresponding to the label "direct", to establish
the communication with the transmitter. In the top right angle of the display
will appear a symbol, like a T, signalling that the communication is on
course and, after some seconds, a new display appears. Some Warning
messages can appear : please refer to the Error and Warning Message
Section. Press any key if requested.
The transmitter's type, Pressure or Temperature and the TAG are
displayed. If the Tag is not yet defined the space after the semicolon will
be blank (for other manufacturers' Tx only TAG is displayed). Now,using
one of the green keys, you can select one procedure: the use of the green
keys will be discussed later on.
In case that the communication does not take place the display at the side
will appear: the F1 key allows you to RETRY checking if the transmitter
has a polling address different than zero, i.e. is set for multidrop connection. In this case the following display will appear.
The display shows, within square brackets, the polling address of the
connected transmitter. Pressing F4 to PROCEED the display showing
the TAG and the TX type and the label SELECT GREEN KEY appears.
Before TAG and TX type an additional message:
WARNING: Output Current Fixed
is used to indicate that the analog output signal, in case of polling address
different than zero, remains fixed at 4 mA value.
See Section in CONF for Polling Address Setting and disabling.
BROADCASTING CONNECTION
MAIN MENU
DIR
ECT
BRD
TX
CAST DIR
PASS
WORD
If transmitters are connected in broadcast mode press the function key F2
in the Main Menu, corresponding to the label "BRD-CAST" and the display
will change as follows.
To access a transmitter you can use the TAG name.
ACCESS METHOD
TAG
ENTR
TAG
SEL
F T 1 00
LT112
PT234
FT256
STOP NEXT LAST SEL
LIST PAGE PAGE TAG
ENTER TAG
<--
-->
CLR ENTR
T X : 600T P r e s s. (+EN)
T A G : FTD - 200
If a tag has already been written in the transmitter two methods of access
can be used depending if the Tag is included in the Communicator
Database or not included. In the first case, pressing F2 (TAG SEL) in the
Access Method Menu, the tags stored in the Communicator are displayed,
four per display, at a rate of 3 seconds: using F1 you can stop the listing
whereas with F2 or F3 you can move forward or backward in the list. When
the required tag is on the display, you can select it moving, using F4, the
cursor on it: now pressing the ENTER key you make the selection.
The second method of access is via TAG ENTER; in this case the
following display appears. Use the key board to input character and the
key F1 and F2 to move the cursor. The key F3 can be used to clear the
tag name on the screen.
When, using one of the methods, the tagname has been composed press
ENTER to establish the communication with the selected transmitter.
In the top right angle of the display will appear a symbol, like a T, signalling
that the communication is on course and, after some seconds, the display
at side appears. If Warning Messages are displayed, please refer to Error
and Warning Message Section for details. Press any key if requested.
SELECT GREEN KEY
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USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - PV - PROCESS VALUE
For 600T, 600T EN and Deltapi K
Pressure Transmitters
PV: 1234.56 mbar T
OUTPUT: 12.34 mA
S T AT S N S R
PRES TEMP
STATIC :
MPa
1.234
S TEMP : 23.4
Deg. C
NOT PROCESS
T
T
TEMP
For Temperature Transmitters
The green key PV ( Process Value ) allows the user to monitor the process
value and the current output of the transmitter. The process value appears
in user configured engineering units while the output current is in
milliamps.
Monitoring of other transmitter measured value is possible by the use of
labelled function keys and is different depending on the transmitter type:
the first three displays are related to pressure transmitters while the
remaining are for temperature transmitters.
The indication "NOT PROCESS TEMP" reminds that the displayed
temperature cannot be considered as the process temperature being the
temperature reads in the sensor's core.
P V : 1 2 3 .4 5 D e g. C
T
OUTPUT: 12.34 mA
TEMP SNSR SNSR
ERAT
1
2
For the temperature transmitters the initial display shows the process
value in the user configured engineering units and the output value in
milliamps. The secondary displays change depending upon the type of
the sensor element ( thermocouple, resistance thermometer, variable
resistor or mV generator ) and single or differential measurement.
CJC Temperature :
20.5
Deg.C
For thermocouple and mV measurement pressing the F1 key the CJC
temperature is displayed ( as shown ), while for other types of measurement the electronics internal temperature is displayed.
The F2 and F3 keys can be used only for differential measurement to
display the measured value of the two sensors expressed in the same
units than the process value. If used for other types of measurement an
error message will be displayed: VALID ONLY FOR DIFFERENTIAL T/C.
For Generic HART device
P V : 1 2 3 .4 5 D e g. C
T
OUTPUT: 12.34 mA
SV
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TV
QV
If the Communicator is connected with a generic smart HART transmitter
the PV green key will operate in a similar way to display the process variables
in the following order:
PV:
for primary variable
OUTPUT: for analog output current
F1, F2 and F3 are used respectively to display secondary (SV), tertiary (TV)
and fouth (QV) variables.
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - REVIEW
The dedicated function key REVIEW allows the user to view the transmitters
configuration data. The information contained under Tx Info varies slightly
depending on transmitter type. See below the relevant information for
600T and 600T EN Pressure and for 652/653S Temperature transmitters.
REVIEW
TX
I NFO
UNITS: mbar
STOP STRT
L I ST L I ST
NEXT
ITEM
LAST
ITEM
Each parameter of a section is normally displayed at a rate of approximately 2 seconds. The listing of the parameter may be stopped (F1 - STOP
LIST), started again (F2 - STRT LIST), advanced (F3 - NEXT ITEM) or
backed-up (F4 - LAST ITEM).
The information for Deltapi K and KST Tx are described next in this
section.
Information displayed under TX INFO common
for all HART transmitters
TX : Model type of transmitter.
BY : Manufacturer of transmitter.
TAG : Tag name identifier of unit.
LRL : Lower Sensor Limit. The lowest value of the
measured value that the transmitter can be adjusted to
measure.
DESCRIPTOR : The transmitter service.
URL : Upper Sensor Limit. The highest value of the
measured value that the transmitter can be adjusted to
measure.
MSG : A message that can be written, using the P.C.
Configurator, for warning or maintenance use.
FINAL ASSY NUMBER: the transmitter final assembly
serial number.
DATE : User specifiable date. May be used to log the
installation, calibration or last servicing date.
P V SENSOR S/N : The sensor's module serial number
(not for temperature transmitter)
DEV NUM : Factory assigned electronics serial number.
H / W : Electronics hardware revision level
UNITS : Engineering units for reporting process value
or entering range values.
S / W : Electronics software revision level
LRV : Lower Range Value. The lowest value that the
transmitter is adjusted to measure. Also known as the
zero or 4 mA point.
URV : Upper Range Value. The highest value that the
transmitter is adjusted to measure. Also known as the
full span or 20 mA point.
U C D : HART Universal Command document revision
level which the HART protocol was implemented
T S D : Transmitters Specific document revision level
For both 600T and 600T EN pressure transmitter
DAMPING : The time constant, in seconds, of a first
order filter applied to the input.
MAX WORKING PRES. with its units :
The maximum pressure to which the transmitter can be
submitted without causing danger and damage.
OUTPUT : Type of the transfer function applied to the
input to obtain the output. Linear, Square root and
Polynomial for 600T Tx (not for temperature transmitter).
MAX SENSOR TEMP. with its units :
The maximum temperature to which the transmitter's
sensor can be submitted without damage.
LIMS UNITS : Units used to express the sensor's
calibration limits.
MIN SENSOR TEMP. with its units :
The minimum temperature to which the transmitter's
sensor can be submitted without damage.
MIN SPAN : The minimum allowed value for the span.
The span is the algebraic difference between the Upper
and Lower Range Values.
ROOT XFER FUNCTION: (not for 600T EN)
The output variation from 0% to 20% of the output, when
the SQR(x) output transfer function is selected.
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UP/DOWN SCALE : the value to which the output is
forced when a major fault occurs.
POLY COEFF. A0 (to A5) : The coefficients of the
polynomial (in scientific notation and not for KSx)
PV BIAS VALUE : Value that can be applied to the
primary variable for scaling. It is stated in the same unit
of the primary variable.
SQR (x) CUT LINEAR : The connection point between
the linear line and square root line (from 10% to 20%).
FLANGE TYPE : The flange type
FLANGE MATERIAL : The flange material
O-RINGS : The material of the O-Rings
OPERATIVE LRL : Low operative limit when PV BIAS
is active (when PV BIAS VALUE not equal to 0).
OPERATIVE URL : High operative limit when PV BIAS
is active (when PV BIAS VALUE not equal to 0).
VENTS : The vents material
NUMBER OF REM.SEAL: the number of remote seal
REMOTE SEAL TYPE : The type of remote seal.
REMOTE SEAL FILL. : The remote seal filling liquid.
REM.SEAL ISOLATOR : The material of the remote
seal wetted diaphragm.
SENSOR FILL.FLUID : The filling fluid of the sensor.
SENSOR ISOL.MTL.: The diaphragm sensor's material.
DOUBLE POLY B0(to B2) - C0(to C2): The coefficients
of the double polynomial function (in scientific notation).
1ST POLY HIGH LIM. : Output percentage that identifies
the connection between the 1st and the 2nd polynomial
function of the Double Polynomial function.
and in addition for 652/653 S Temperature
METER OPTION : identifies if the transmitter is provided
with output meter (LCD or analog).
SENSOR TYPE : the type of the sensor element:
millivolt, thermocouple, resistance thermometer, ohms.
MODEL TYPE : The transmitter model.
MEASUREMENT TYPE : single or diff. measurement.
SENSOR RANGE : The sensor's range.
LOCAL ADJUSTMENT: Wheter the instrument is fitted
with Zero and/or Span calibration buttons or not.
LOCAL KEYS CONTROL: The local adjustments are
enabled or disabled
LCD DISPLAY MODE: The variables displayed by the
LCD integral display.
CJC TEMPERATURE: constant cold junction
compensation value (-40°C to +135°C)
MULTIPLICAT. FACT: Multiplication factor for 100Ω
RTDs.
MAX TEMP FOR SENS.: Maximum temperature on
individual sensors for differential measurement.
TOTAL RESIST (Ohm) : Total cable resistance value.
H / W WRITE PROT. : Whether the configuration is
protected by the hardware jumper or not.
METER INST. : Whether the integral meter is installed
or not.
CALIBRATION TYPE : Standard or specific on operating
pressure or temperature or both.
CERTIFICATION TYPE : General purpose, intrinsic
safety, flame proof.
mA 100%: Output current at 100% range value.
mA 0% : Output current at 0% range value.
mA HLim : Output current upper limit.
PROCEDURE TYPE : Type of any special procedure
required for the manufacture of the sensor.
Max: Maximum measured value
PRODUCT CODE : Transmitter's product code.
Min: Minimum measured value
SEP. &/OR SERVICES : Code of remote seal or code
for special services or calibration.
mA LLim : Output current lower limit
SENSOR ERROR CONF. : Sensor error configuration.
MANIFOLD OR ORIFICE : Code of manifold or integral
orifice.
SHORT V : Output current for short-circuited sensor.
and in addition for 600T EN pressure transmitter
OFF VAL : Output current for broken sensor.
LONG TAG : Process or Plant identifier with a maximum
length of 24 characters.
TRANSMITTER VERSION : the version type of the
transmitter, 652S or 653S, head or integral mounted.
DIS (TRIBUTOR) : The name of the distributor.
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Here follows the information for Deltapi K Pressure and KST Temperature under Review green key.
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - REVIEW
REVIEW
OUT T X
MATE N E X T
PU T I NFO R I A L O P T N
OUT T X
REVI PROD
PU T I NFO S I O N D A T A
UNITS: mbar
STOP STRT
L I ST L I ST
NEXT
ITEM
LAST
ITEM
Using the green dedicated function key REVIEW allows the user to view
different sections of the transmitters configuration. The Review Menu
varies slightly depending on transmitter type: the top display is pertinent
to the Deltapi K pressure transmitter while the partially hidden display
is for KST temperature transmitter. The F4 key, NEXT OPTN, in the
pressure transmitter Review Menu gives the access to a second menu
Review screen: the ESCAPE key allows to come back to the previous
menu.
Each parameter of a section is normally displayed at a rate of approximately 2 seconds. The listing of the parameter may be stopped ( F1 ), started
again ( F2 ), advanced ( F3 ) or backed-up ( F4 ).
The following tables describes the parameters presented under each
review section. Some parameters are available only for a type of transmitter: a note gives this information.
Information displayed under OUTPUT
Information displayed under TX INFO
UNITS : Engineering units for reporting process value
or entering range values.
TX : Model type of transmitter.
BY : Manufacturer of transmitter.
LRV : Lower Range Value. The lowest value that the
transmitter is adjusted to measure. Also known as the
zero or 4 mA point.
TAG : Tag name identifier of unit.
DESCRIPTOR : The transmitter service.
URV : Upper Range Value. The highest value that the
transmitter is adjusted to measure. Also known as the
full span or 20 mA point.
MSG : A message that can be written, using the P.C:
Configurator, for warning or maintainance use.
DAMPING : The time constant, in seconds, of a first
order filter applied to the input.
DATE : User specifiable date. May be used to log the
installation, calibration or last servicing date.
OUTPUT : ( Deltapi K Pressure only )
Type of the
transfer function applied to the input to obtain the output:
linear or square root.
DEV NUM : Factory assigned electronics serial number.
LIMS UNITS : Units used to express the sensor's
calibration limits.
MIN SPAN : The minimum allovable value for the span.
The span is the algebraic difference between the Upper
and Lower Range Values.
MAX WORKING PRES. with its units :( Pressure only)
The maximum pressure to which the transmitter can be
submitted without causing danger and damage.
METER OPTION: (KST Temperature only) identifies if
the transmitter is provided with output (LCD or analog)
meter.
Information displayed under REVISION
LRL : Lower Sensor Limit. The lowest value of the
measured value that the transmitter can be adjusted to
measure.
H / W : Electronics hardware revision level
S / W : Electronics software revision level
URL : Upper Sensor Limit. The highest value of the
measured value that the transmitter can be adjusted to
measure.
UP/DOWN SCALE :(Deltapi K Pressure only) the value
to which the output is forced when a major fault occurs.
U C D : HART Universal Command document revision
level which the HART protocol was implemented
T S D : Transmitters Specific document revision level
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Information displayed under MATERIAL
( for Deltapi K pressure type only )
BROKEN SENSOR DRIVE : Output driven >20 mA or
<4 mA if the sensor or the sensor connection breaks.
FLANGE TYPE : The flange type
CAL. CERTIFICATE : Provided or not.
FLANGE MATERIAL : The flange material
PUSH BUTTONS : Installed or not installed.
O-RINGS : The material of the O-Rings
PRODUCT CODE : The transmitter's code number.
VENTS : The vents material
H/W WRITE PROT. Whether the configuration is
protected by the hardware straps.
NUMBER OF REM.SEAL: the number of remote seal
REMOTE SEAL TYPE : The type of remote seal.
REMOTE SEAL FILL. : the remote seal filling liquid.
REM.SEAL ISOLATOR : The material of the remote
seal wetted diaphragm.
SENSOR FILL.FLUID : The filling fluid of the sensor.
SENSOR ISOL.MTL.: The diaphragm sensor's material.
FINAL ASSY NUMBER : the transmitter's final assembly
serial number.
Information displayed under MISCELLaneous
( for Deltapi K pressure transmitter only )
FINAL ASSY NUMBER : The transmitter's final assembly
serial number
P V SENSOR S/N : The sensor's module serial number
MODEL TYPE : The transmitter model.
H / W WRITE PROT. : Whether the configuration is
protected by the hardware jumper.
SENSOR RANGE : The sensor's range.
METER INST. : Whether the integral meter is installed.
NUTS AND BOLTS :
The material of the nuts and bolts.
.
PUSH BUTTONS: Wheter the instrument is fitted with
Zero and/or Span calibration buttons.
CALIBRATION TYPE : If std. or specific on operating
pressure or temperature or both
Information displayed under PRODuct DATA
( for KST Temperature Type only )
PRODUCT CODE: Code of the Transmitter
SENSOR TYPE : the type of the sensor element: millivolt,
thermocouple, resistance thermometer, ohms.
NUMBER OF WIRES : Two, three or four
LINEARIZATION MODE : linear with input or with
temperature.
MEASUREMENT TYPE : single or diff. measurement.
EXISTING TRIM : user, or factory calibration
UPPER TRIM POINT : the value of the upper trim point.
LOWER TRIM POINT : the value of the lower trim point.
TRIM POINT UNITS : the units used for the above
parameters.
CERTIFICATION TYPE : General purpose, intrinsic
safety, flame proof.
CONN. HEAD LENGTH : The length of the connection
head's extension.
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PROCEDURE TYPE : Type of any special procedure
required for the manufacture of the sensor.
SEP. &/OR SERVICES : Code of remote seal or code
for special services or calibration
MANIFOLD OR ORIFICE : Code of man. or int. orifice.
USE OF THE GREEN KEY - CONF KEY
Transmitter parameters which are user configurable may be changed by the use of the Configuration Menu
accessible via the CONFiguration dedicated function key. These items are organized into Submenus, as follows:
For generic HART Transmitter of other manufacturers
Change I/O Parameters: Tx Information (XMTR INFO) General Configuration
Engineering Units
Tag Name
Polling address
Lower/Upper Range Value Date
Damping Time Constant
Output Function
Database Memory Oper.
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
For Deltapi K Pressure Transmitter
Change I/O Parameters: Tx Information (XMTR INFO) General Configuration
Engineering Units
Tag Name
Polling address
Lower/Upper Range Value Date
Up/Down scale
Damping Time Constant
Output Function
Database Memory Oper.
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
For KST Temperature Transmitter
Change I/O Parameters: Tx Information (XMTR INFO) General Configuration
Sensor Type
Tag Name
Polling address
Engineering Units
Date
Lower/Upper Range Value
Damping Time Constant
Database Memory Oper.
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
For 652/653 S Temperature Transmitter
Change I/O Parameters: Tx Information (XMTR INFO) General Configuration
Sensor Type
Tag Name
Polling address
Engineering Units
Date
Lower/Upper Range Value
Damping Time Constant
mA100%
mA 0%
Total Resist (Ohm)
Short Val
Off Value
Max
Min
Database Memory Oper.
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
For 600T and 600T EN Pressure Transmitter
Change I/O Parameters: Tx Information (XMTR INFO)
Engineering Units
Tag Name
Lower/Upper Range Value Date
Damping Time Constant
Output Function
Root Transfer Function (600T only)
SQR(x) cut linear (600T EN only)
Poly Coefficients
Double Poly Coefficients (600T EN only)
Sensor Temperature Units
Static Pressure Units
Long Tag (600T EN only)
General Configuration
Polling address
Local Keys Mode
LCD Display Mode
Database Memory Oper.
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
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Input
numeric
password :
(..........)
CLR
ENTR
Password
CONFIGURATION
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
TAG: OLD TAG
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
TAG: [NEWTAG ]
<--
-- >
CLR
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
D A T E : DD / MM / YY
11/11/00
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
D A T E : DD / MM / YY
[ 01/01/ 01]
-->
ENTR
D A T E : DD / MM / YY
01/01/01
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
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Insert the numeric password using the numeric keys and the function key
labelled ENTER. If the password is correct the unit will proceed to the main
menu screen. Otherwise a warning message is displayed and the user is
allowed to re-attempt entry. If the user makes a mistakes during entry, the
CLR key may be used to erase the input and start over.
The access to the above mentioned procedure remains possible until the
unit is switched off. If the password is disabled then the access is
immediate and the Main Menu screen is suddendly displayed.
CONF - XMTR INFOrmation - TAG and DATE options
Using the CONF key, when the display with the message " SELECT
GREEN KEY" is present, the following display will appear:
Pressing F2, corresponding to "XMTR- INFO" (Transmitter Information )
you access the procedure of changing some information, these are the
TAG and the DATE: usually the TAG changing option is displayed: if a Tag
was already assigned to the transmitter, then it will appear on the display.
Using the F3 key, corresponding to CHaNGe, the next display will appear:
ENTR
TAG: NEWTAG
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The access to the CONF procedure, as well as the TRIM and the
SER.LINK, can be protected by the use of a Password: if this option has
been enabled then the following display will appears when the CONF
green key will be pressed .
incorrect
PRO
CEED
CHNG
I/O
Use of the Green Key - Access to the CONF procedure
Use key F1, F2 and F3 together with the keyboard (letters and numbers)
to input characters. Up to eight characters can be used to form the
tagname: the key CLR deletes the name inserted. When the full tagname
has been composed press ENTER to establish the communication with
the selected transmitter and store the new tag.
After some seconds the new display appears and, as you can see, the
new TAGname ( as an example NEWTAG ) has been included in the
display and in the transmitter's configuration. Use the key ESCAPE to
return to the previous display/s. Using the F1 key ( NEXT OPTioN ) it is
possible to select the Date changing procedure and the following display
will appear.
Using the F3 key, corresponding to CHaNGe, the next display will appear
with a blinking cursor visible in the date area.Using the numeric keypad
it is possible to change the digit pointed by the cursor. The cursor shifts
automatically after each entry. In case of error shift backward using the
F1 key and digit the correct number. When the complete date is
composed press the F4, corresponding to " ENTeR" to establish the
communication with the selected transmitter. After some seconds, a new
display appears with the updated date. Using the ESCAPE key you can
return to the previous display/s.
CONF - Change I/O - SENSOR TYPE option ( KST Temp. Transm.)
CONFIGURATION
CHNG
I/O
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
SENSOR TYPE:
P t1 0 0 , a = 3 8 5
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
SENSOR TYPE:
( P t1 0 0 , a = 3 8 5
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
)
ENTR
MEASUREMENT TYPE :
(Single Sensor
)
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
N U M B E R OF W I R E S
(Two Wires
)
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
SENSOR TYPE:
P t1 0 0 , a = 3 8 5
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
Unlike the pressure transmitter where the sensor is part of the instrument,
the temperature transmitter can be supplied either complete with his
sensor ( thermocouple or RTD ) or without it. It can then be necessary to
configure the transmitter accordingly to the type of sensor and of
measurement, single or differential, that will be used.
Using the F1 key select the CHaNGe I/O procedure: the following display
will appear. Pressing F1 or F2 you can select the next or the last otion of
this procedure.
If you wish to change the type of sensor press the F3 key ( CHNG): the
screen will display a warning message: " WARNING - Control loop
should be in manual". Press the PROCEED key to acknowledge the
message and continue.
The previous screen is newly displayed with the sensor type within square
brackets: using the F1, for next otion, or F2, for last option, you can select
the sensor type (see the list of the available choice in the next page) you
wish to connect to your transmitter. Press F4 to confirm your selection.
The next screen gives the selection of the type of measurement, i.e. if
single or differential: you can confirm the displayed option, using F4, or
you can, using F1 or F2, select the alternative choice confirming with F4.
The next screen gives the possibility, in case that the sensor type is RTD
or Ohm ( variable resistor ) and the type of measure is single, to select the
type of connection, i.e. 2,3 or 4 wires. Also in this case the selection can
be done using the F1 or F2 keys and the confirmation with the F4 key.
The sensor type screen is newly displayed: the user can either continue
in the Change I/O procedure pressing the F1 key for the next option or to
leave this procedure pressing the ESCape key: this leads the Configuration
Main Menu to be displayed.
See APPENDIX "A1" for the list of allowed Sensor type
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CONF - Change I/O - SENSOR TYPE option ( 652/653 S Temperature
transmitter)
CONFIGURATION
CHNG
I/O
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
SENSOR TYPE:
P t1 0 0
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
SENSOR TYPE:
[ P t1 0 0
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
]
ENTR
MEASUREMENT TYPE :
[ RTD/ohm d 2 wires
]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
METER INSTALL
[ LCD
]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
Unlike the pressure transmitter where the sensor is part of the instrument,
the temperature transmitter can be supplied either complete with his
sensor ( thermocouple or RTD ) or without it. It can then be necessary to
configure the transmitter accordingly to the type of sensor and of
measurement, single or differential, that will be used.
Note: the right procedure to change Sensor type or Measurement type is:
- Connect sensor as already defined
- Modify data and send them to TX
- Connect new sensor configured
Using the F1 key select the CHaNGe I/O procedure: the following display
will appear. Pressing F1 or F2 you can select the next or the last otion of
this procedure.
If you wish to change the type of sensor press the F3 key ( CHNG): the
screen will display a warning message: " WARNING - Control loop
should be in manual". Press the PROCEED key to acknowledge the
message and continue.
The previous screen is newly displayed with the sensor type within square
brackets: using the F1, for next otion, or F2, for last option, you can select
the sensor type (see the list of the available choice in the next page) you
wish to connect to your transmitter. Press F4 to confirm your selection.
The next screen gives the selection of the type of measurement, i.e. if
single or differential, 2,3 or 4 wires; you can confirm the displayed option,
using F4, or you can, using F1 or F2, select the alternative choice
confirming with F4.
The next screen gives the possibility to indicate if an LCD meter is used
on the transmitter. Also in this case the selection can be done using the
F1 or F2 keys and the confirmation with the F4 key.
After the METER INSTALL selection other parameters may be defined:
CJC TEMPERATURE, MULTIPLICATION FACTOR and MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR SENSOR (Refer to the REVIEW Section for an
explanation related to this parameters).
SENSOR TYPE:
P t1 0 0
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
The sensor type screen is newly displayed: the user can either continue
in the Change I/O procedure pressing the F1 key for the next option or to
leave this procedure pressing the ESCape key: this leads the Configuration
Main Menu to be displayed.
See APPENDIX "A2" for the list of Sensor type and the list of
Measurement type
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CONF - Change I / O - UNITS option
CONFIGURATION
CHNG XMTR
I/O
I NFO
UNITS:
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
mbar
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
UNITS:
CHNG
[mbar
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
UNITS:
]
ENTR
b a rs
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
CHNG
Using the F1 key to select the procedure CHaNGe I/O the following
display will appear showing the current units used for defining the
operating range of the transmitter, i.e. the LRV and the URV.
Pressing the F3 key (CHNG) the display changes as shown.
The current units are en closed within square brachets: using F1 or F2 you
can select, in turn, all the units, available in the Communicator, for the type
of the connected transmitter. When the correct choice has been done
press the ENTeR key to send the new unit to the transmitter: the blinking
T in the right top corner of the display signals that the communication is
in course and after some seconds the previous display appears with the
selected new units.
Note that the change of the units does not change the value of the
calibration of the transmitter : the LRV and URV will be automatically
expressed in the new unit. As an example if you change from mbar to bar
and your URV was 70 mbar the new value of URV will be 0.0700.
Note : the measures in inches and mm. of H2O can be done using
different temperature reference. Usually in the United States the
measures are referenced at 20°C ( 68°F ) whereas in Europe the usual
reference is 4°C ( 39.2°F ). To avoid errors in calibration and measurement
the units should be expressed correctly: the display shows, in the units
option and in Review, the units with the relevant temperature reference,
as an example in. H2O@20DegC. The units at 4°C are only available
from 600T Series transmitter revision 5.2 onwards and in the 600T EN
Series Transmitter.
See APPENDIX "B" for the list of allowed Primary Variable Units.
For 600T EN transmitters three other options are available under
CONF - Change I/O:
In addition for 600T EN Transmitter
S E N S O R T E M P ERATURE
U N I T S : Deg C
NEXT LAST
CHNG
OPTN OPTN
CONF - Change I/O - SENSOR TEMPERATURE UNITS option
Using this option, it is possible to select the unit for the sensor temperature
value.
In the APPENDIX "B" there is a list of units available for the temperature
units selection.
CONF - Change I/O - STATIC PRESSURE UNITS option
STATIC PRESSURE
U N I T S : MPa
NEXT LAST
CHNG
OPTN OPTN
The available units for static pressure indication are MPa, psi and bar.
You can select your preferred unit using the key F3 (CHNG) in the
displayed menu.
CONF - Change I/O - L. TAG. option
L. T A G. : R E V F O R F T100
PF1200
NEXT LAST
CHNG
OPTN OPTN
With this option it is possible to add a longer tag for function or instrument
identification.
Select Key F3 (CHNG) and use the function keys from F1 to F3 to define
the long tag.
L. T A G. : R E V F O R F T100
PF1201
Press the key F4 (ENTR) to accept the long tag modification.
<--
-- >
CLR
ENTR
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CONF - Change I/O - RANGING option
CONFIGURATION
CHNG XMTR GEN DBASE
I/O
I NFO CONF MEM
UNITS:
b a rs
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
LRV:
URV:
NEXT
OPTN
0
70.0
LAST
OPTN
CHNG
The transmitter being pre-calibrated in factory, the operation of ranging
can be done without the use of external testing equipment: this peculiarity
allows the modification of the range even with the instrument installed
in the field and in operation. To perform the ranging operation proceed as
follows.
CHNG
W A R N I N G - Control l o o p
s h o u l d be i n m a n u a l
PRO
CEED
LRV:
URV:
[
0
70.0
]
<--
- -> C L R
ENTR
LRV:
URV:
0
[ 70.0
]
<--
- -> C L R
LRV:
URV:
NEXT
OPTN
0
140.0
LAST
OPTN
ENTR
CHNG
W A R N I N G - l o o p m a y be
r e t u r n e d to a u t o
PRO
CEED
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The operation of Ranging on the Smart Transmitters differs substantially
from the same operation performed in the conventional analog transmitters.
The linearity compensation of the Smart Transmitter allows to select any
value of the LRV and URV within the LRL and URL ( lower and upper
range limits ) with the unique limitation of the minimum span. The
expected accuracy will be in the limits stated in the transmitter specification,
providing that the minimum span limit is not exceeded.
Pressing, from the previous display, the F1 key ( NEXT OPTioN ), the
following display appears ( the values shown are just examples ).
Pressing the F3 key it is possible to change one or both the values: the
change of the value will cause a sudden change in the transmitter output
and then precautions must be taken to avoid disturbance to the relevant
process. A WARNING is then displayed to remember to switch to manual
the associated control loop. This message is not repeated when more
configuration operations are performed without exiting from the
configuration procedure.
Pressing F4 ( PROCEED ) the new display appears: the LRV value is
displayed within square brackets and a blinking cursor will be positioned
on the most significant digit. Using the numeric keypad digit the required
new value: the cursor automatically shifts right. In case of error it is
possible to clear the whole value, using the CLR key, or to clear any digit
moving the cursor using the F1 or F2 key and overdigiting the correct
value. In case that no changes are required or to enter the new value
press the F4 key ( ENTeR ) : the display changes to the following.
Proceed in the same way to make changes to the URV and confirm the
change with the F4 key. If the ESCAPE is used to return to the CONF
initial display a WARNING message is displayed to remind to change the
loop to Auto.
In case that during the range option operation the LRL or the URL ( lower
and upper range limits ) or the span limit are exceeded, the modification
does not take place and the following warning message is displayed:
" COMMAND#35 Response Code: 10 ( or 11 or 14 ). Press any key to
continue ". See the messages section for full details.
DAMPING:
0
secs
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
CHNG
From the Configuration main menu press the F1 ( CHNG-I/O ) and then
F1 ( NEXT-OPTN ) until the following display is present.
D A M P I N G : [ 0 . 0 0 ] secs
<---
---> CLR
ENTR
DAMPING:
0
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
CHNG
CONF - Change I/O - DAMPING option
secs
Pressing F3 a warning message will be displayed: "WARNING - Control
loop should be in manual" . After having acknowledged pressing
PROCEED the previous display appears with the damping time within
square brackets and a blinking cursor on the most significant digit.
With the numeric keypad introduce the required damping time.
Depending on the transmitter type the admitted values range from zero
to more than 32 seconds. If an intermediate value is selected it will be
rounded at the nearest acceptable one.
Pressing F4 the selected value will be introduced and displayed in the
display at side. Pressing ESCAPE to return to the Main menu a warning
message reminding to return the control loop in auto will be displayed.
CONF - Change I/O - OUTPUT option ( Pressure Transmitter only )
OUTPUT:
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
CHNG
O U T P U T : [ SQR ( X )
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
OUTPUT:
From the Configuration main menu press the F1 ( CHNG-I/O ) and then
F1 ( NEXT-OPTN ) until the following display is present.
Linear
]
ENTR
SQR ( X )
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
Press F3 and the following warning message will be displayed:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual" . After this operation
press PROCEED and then the previous display appears but with the type
of output within square brackets.
CHNG
Pressing F1 or F2 you can select between the following:
Linear, SQR (x), SQR (x^3), SQR (x^5), Polynomial.
600T EN Pressure Transmitter has a Double Polynomial Function
too. Deltapi K has Linear and SQR (x) only.
Once the selection has been done, press the F4 for ENTER. The display
returns to the previous one but with the required option. Press NEXT
OPTN if you want to stay in the Change Output option or ESCAPE to
return to the Configuration main menu. In this case a warning message
is displayed to warn to change the loop in Auto, if necessary.
NOTE: If the SQR (x) function has been selected, the following message
will be displayed: "Remember to verify Root Xfer Funct", for a 600T or a
Deltapi K transmitter, or "Remember to verify cut linear value", for a 600T
EN transmitter, and the PROCEED label. If the polynomial function has
been selected the following message will be displayed: "Remember to
verify polynomial coeffs!" and the PROCEED label. The SQR (x^3) and
(x^5) should be used in conjunction with V-notch, rectangular and
Cipolletti weir.
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CONF - Change I/O - ROOT XFER FUNCTION option
(600T and Deltapi K Pressure Transmitter)
ROOT XFER FUNCTION :
Undefined
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
W A R N I N G - Control l o o p
s h o u l d be i n m a n u a l
PRO
CEED
ROOT XFER FUNCTION :
[ Undefined
]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
When the Square Root option is active and SQR (x) selected, two output
modes are available in the 600T transmitters:
a) when the input varies from 0% to 4% the output varies linearly from 0%
to 20%. At input's values greater than 4% the output follows the applied
transfer function .
b) when the input varies from 0% to 4% the output varies linearly from 0%
to 4% too. At input's values greater than 4% the output jumps to 20%
and then follows the applied transfer function. To avoid transition
problems a hysteresis of 4% of the output signal is applied when the
output decreases below the 20%.
The option a) is the default option.
From the Configuration main menu press the F1 ( CHNG-I/O ) and then
F1 ( NEXT-OPTN ) until the Root Xfer Function display is present.To
change the Root Transfer function press CHNG (F3): the warning
message will be displayed.
ROOT XFER FUNCTION :
[ Linear 20 % output ]
N E X T L A S T CHNG
OPTN OPTN
Press PROCEED, use the F1 (NEXT OPTN) or F2 (LAST OPTN) key
select one of the required function:
W A R N I N G - l o o p m a y be
r e t u r n e d to a u t o
PRO
CEED
and then press the ENTER key. The display returns to the previous one
but with the required option. Press NEXT OPTN if you want to stay in the
Change Output option or ESCAPE to return to the Configuration main
menu. In this case a warning message is displayed to warn to change the
loop in Auto, if necessary.
CONF - Change I/O - SQR(x) CUT LINEAR option
(600T EN Pressure Transmitter)
SQR(x) CUT LINEAR :
10.0%
NEXT LAST CHNG
OPTN OPTN
W A R N I N G - Control l o o p
s h o u l d be i n m a n u a l
PRO
CEED
SQR(x) CUT LINEAR :
[ 12.0 ]%
<--
-->
CLR
[ Lin. 1:1 20% oput ] or [ Linear 20% output ]
When the output transfer function is set to Square root, the SQR(x) CUT
LINEAR option can be used to configure to Square root function.
The user is asked to verify that the control loop is in manual.
With F4 (PROCEED) a screen displays the current CUT LINEAR value:
12.0% in the esample.
Acceptable values are between 10% and 20%.
As already explained in the 600T EN Series Instruction Manual, this value
represents the percentage of output where it is used the Square root
function. Before this percentage the output varies linearly.
Refer to 600T EN Series Instruction Manual for more information.
ENTR
Press ENTR to accept the new value.
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CONF - Change I/O - POLY COEFFICIENTS option
(600T and 600T EN Pressure Transmitter)
PO LY C O E F F I C I E N T S
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
CHNG
W A R N I N G - Control l o o p
s h o u l d be i n m a n u a l
PRO
CEED
WARNING:all poly
coefficients are
sent after coef A5
is entered
P O L Y C O E F F. A 0
[±0.000000E±00]
< - - - - - ->
CLR
ENTR
Press F4 for send
or ESC to abort
SEND
DATA
P oly Coefficients
N ot Sent
The Polynomial function, applied to the input (x) of the trasmitter expressed
in % of the span, is in the following form:
Out = ± A0 ± A1 (x) ± A2 (x2) ± A3 (x3) ± A4 (x4) ± A5 (x5)
where Out is in the range 4 to 20 mA, A0 is in % of the output span and
represents the output bias, A1 to A5 are in real value. All the values are
expressed in scientific notation, i.e. in the form: ± X.XXXXXX E±XX .
From the Configuration main menu press F1 (CHGN-I/O) and then F1
(NEXT OPT) until the top display is shown.
Pressing F3 (CHGN) the warning message will be displayed: after having
accepted this message with PROCEED a further warning message will be
issued signalling that the polynomial coefficient will be sent to the
transmitter only after the last coefficient, A5, is entered.
After some seconds the following display appears allowing the entry of the
1st coefficient, i.e. A0. Using the F1 and F2 to move the cursor and the
numeric keypad, the correct value (and sign) of the coefficient should be
entered. The coefficients are usually small values: to maintain the
necessary accuracy make use of the scientific notation, i.e. to enter the
value 0.000345678 enter 3.456780 E -04. When the value is entered
press F4: the display shows the next coefficient to be set. If a term is null
press simply F4 to skip to the next.
When the last coefficient has been entered, pressing F4 the following
display will appear: pressing F4 all the coefficients will be sent to the
transmitter and the Poly Coefficients display will be re-issued, while
pressing ESCape the procedure will be aborted and the following message
displayed.
The same message is displayed if, during the Polynomial Coefficients
procedure, the ESCape key is used to abort the procedure or when the
procedure is automatically aborted because the entered coefficients are
not compatible, e.g. all coefficients are 0. This display lasts for some
seconds and then the Poly Coefficients display is newly displayed.
To leave the procedure press ESCape: a warning message will be
displayed to warn to change the loop in Auto, if necessary.
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DOUBLE POLY COEFFS
NEXT LAST CHNG
OPTN OPTN
WARNING - control loop
should be in manual
PRO
CEED
WARNING - all double
poly coeffs are sent
after the Pol. Lim
is entered.
-->
-->
CLR ENTER
CLR ENTER
Press F4 for send
or ESC to abort
SEND
DATA
DOUBLE POLY COEFFS
NOT SENT
- 26 -
Proceed as for the previous option by selecting the Double Poly Coeffs
option from the configuration main menu.
After some seconds the following display appears allowing the entry of
the B0 coefficients, and in sequence all the other coefficients values.
All the values are expressed in scientific notation.
1ST POLY HIGH LIMIT:
[100.0 ]%
<--
The double polynomial function is expressed with the following:
if
Out < FIRST POLY LIMIT
then Out = B0 + B1 (x) + B2 (x2)
else
Out = C0 + C1 (x) + C2 (x2)
A warning message informs the user that the last value to be entered,
before sending the coefficients, is the POLYNOMIAL LIMIT.
DOUBLE POLY B0:
[±0.000000E±00]
<--
CONF - Change I/O - DOUBLE POLYNOMIAL COEFFICIENTS option
(600T EN Pressure Transmitter only)
Function keys from F1 to F4 have the same functionality as already
explained for the POLY COEFFICIENTS option.
When the last coefficient has been entered, the user is asked to input the
FIRST POLY HIGH LIMIT.
Acceptable values are between 0 and 100%.
Refer to 600T EN Series Instruction Manual for additional information.
The operation is completed when F4 (SEND DATA) is pressed.
With ESCAPE the user can abort the operation and a message appears
on the display.
CONF - General Configuration - UP/DOWN SCALE SETTING
(Deltapi K Pressure only)
CONFIGURATION
CHNG
I/O
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
CONFIG / GENERAL
POLL
ADDR
UP/DOWN
SCALE
U P / D O W N S C A L E:
[ Up
]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
OPTN OPTN
mA 100%
mA 0%
NEXT
OPTN
:20.000
: 4.000
LAST
CHNG
OPTN
mA 100% :
[ 18.000
<--
]
--> CLR
mA 0% :
[6.000
From the Configuration main menu press the F3 Key (GEN-CONF) and
then F2 Key (UP/DOWN SCALE).
The current selection appears closed within square brackets: using F1 or
F2 you can select, in turn, up or down.
When the correct choice has been done press the ENTer key (F4) to send
it to the transmitter.
The Up/Down selection is used to define the setting of the current output,
(21 mA for Up and 3, 8 mA for Down) when fatal errors are detected; an
electronics failure or a sensor failure can activate Up/Down Scale.
CONF - Change I/O - mA output selection (652/653 S Temperature
transmitter)
This option, that can be used with a 652/653 S Temperature Transmitter,
allows the user to define the output current and the output limits (HIGH
and LOW) within the standard output limits of 4-20 mA.
At 100% of the transmitter analog output signal can be defined to be 20
mA on less than 20 mA.
ENTR
A warning message is displayed when entering the procedure:
WARNING - Control loop should be in manual.
Press the key F4 (PROCEED) to acknowledge the message.
]
Press the key F3 to change the 100% mA point.
<--
--> CLR
ENTR
When the new value has been selected press the key F4 to change the
0% mA point, has indicated in the mA 0% display near here.
mA H Lim :
[ 18.500 ]
<--
--> CLR
ENTR
At the end of the procedure a warning message is displayed to remember
the user to return loop in auto: WARNING - Loop may be returned to
auto and then press F4 to PROCEED.
mA L Lim :
[5.800 ]
<--
--> CLR
After 100% and 0% mA output the user must define the High and Low
limits.
ENTR
Total Resist(Ohm)
0.00
NEXT LAST
CHNG
OPTN OPTN
CONF - Change I/O - Total Resistance (Ohm) option (652/653 S
Temperature Transmitter)
Total Resist(Ohm)
[ 5.000 ]
Total resistance is the line resistance.
After pressing the key F3 (CHNG) a warning message is displayed:
WARNING: Control loop should be in manual the user is asked to
enter the total line resistance.
<--
--> CLR
ENTR
WARNING - loop may
be returned to auto
PRO
CEED
This procedure is used for line compensation through the addition of the
line resistance value.
Press the key F4 (ENTER) to accept the new value.
A warning message will remind the user to return the loop in automatic.
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SHORT VAL: 23.000
OFF VALUE : 23.000
NEXT LAST
CHNG
OPTN OPTN
S E N S O R ERROR
[ test for broken ]
NEXT LAST
OPTN OPTN
C O N F.
ENTR
SHORT VAL :
[23.000 ]
<--
-->
CLR
CONF - Change I/O - Short / Off Values option
(652/653 S Temperature transmitter)
The Short value and Off value procedure available for a Temperature
Transmitter model 652/653 S is used to set the test condition and the
value of mA analog output in case of short or broken condition.
Here are given the display that are used in this procedure.
Press the Key F3 (CHNG) to access the Sensor Error Configuration
display, where it is possible to select amoung:
- Test for broken
- Test for short
- Test for broken, short
- No test
ENTR
The next step is to define the mA value for short and off selection.
OFF VALUE :
[23.000 ]
<--
-->
CLR
Enter the mA value and then press ENTER key to accept and send the
new value to the transmitter.
ENTR
CONF - Change I/O - Max / Min RESET option
(652/653 S Temperature transmitter)
Max:
95.20
Min: 180.14
NEXT LAST RESET
OPTN OPTN
The transmitter provide an indication for the Minimum and the Maximum
value that has been read with the correspondent units, ohm, mV, Deg. C,
etc. Press the Key F3 (RESET) to reset the Maximum and Minimum
value, to the actual reading.
CONF - General Configuration - POLLING ADDRESS SETTING
( for Multidrop operation )
CONFIGURATION
CHNG
I/O
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
WARNING - The setting of a polling address different than zero
FORCES THE TRANSMITTER OUTPUT IN 4 mA FIXED mode: the
transmitter transmits only digital data and can then only be used in
control systems capable of reading the process value from the
transmitter using the HART protocol. THE TRANSMITTER CANNOT
BE PART OF AN ANALOG CONTROL LOOP.
CONFIG / GENERAL
POLL
ADDR
WARNING - c h a n g e s m u s t
be done in direct
mode
PRO
CEED
P o l l i n g A d d r. : [ 0 0 ]
NEXT LAST
ADDR ADDR
ENTR
P o l l i n g A d d r. : [ 0 5 ]
NEXT LAST
ADDR ADDR
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For multidrop operation, each transmitter must have a unique polling
address ranging from 1 to 15 being the address 0 reserved for normal
analog output operations or non-multidrop operation.
ENTR
Pressing from the Configuration Main Menu the F3 key ( GEN CONF ) and
then F1 ( POLL ADDR )on the next display, a warning display informs
the user that this procedure can be used only if the connection with the
transmitter was established via the DIRECT/POLL method and not via
the BROADCAST method. Press F4 to confirm and proceed or ESCAPE
to return to the main menu. If PROCEED has been pressed the following
display appears. The actual polling address is displayed within square
brackets: using F1 or F2 keys you can select the proper polling address,
usually progressive from 1 to 15. Press F4 for ENTER: if the change is
accepted the display returns to the Configuration Main Menu otherwise
a proper message is displayed.
Important Note : Set the Polling Address to 00 ( zero ) to return the
transmitter to the normal analog output operation.
WARNING: If the transmitter is part of a Multidrop Network this
operation must not be done: the presence of a transmitter with a
polling address 00, having then the analog output ranging from 4 to
20 mA, spoils the functioning of the Multidrop Network.
CONFIG / GENERAL
For 600T and 600T EN Transmitters:
LOC LCD
KEYS D I SP
For the 600T transmitters the General Configuration menu allows two
further selection: Local Keys Control and LCD Display Mode: the
relevant display are shown aside.
LOCA L KEYS CONTROL
[Enable
]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
LKEY LKEY
The Local Keys Control allows to enable or disable the zero and span
calibration devices fitted in the transmitters. Pressing F2 select this option
and using F1 or F2 select Enable or Disable and then press the F4 key.
POLL
ADDR
LCD DISPLAY MODE
[ PV and % of range ]
NEXT LAST
ENTR
MODE MODE
The LCD Display Mode allows to define the variables to be displayed in
the LCD Local display (if fitted). Four selection are possible: Process
Variables, PV and output, Percent of range, PV and % of range. Select
the required option and then press F4 to Enter the selection. Press ESC
to leave the procedure.
CONF - Database operations - TAG LIST option
CONFIGURATION
CHNG
I/O
XMTR
I NFO
GEN DBASE
CONF MEM
As mentioned before The Hand Held Communicator can store up to 32
transmitter configurations in his non-volatile memory, having the ability of
saving , down-loading and cloning ( duplicating ) these configurations.
The configurations stored in the Communicator memory are identified by
their Tag name.
DATABASE OPERATIONS
TAG
LIST
SAVE
CONF
FT100
PT234
NEXT
TAGS
SEND DELET
CONF CONF
LT112
K.SC
From the Configuration Main Menu, pressing F4 ( DBASE MEM ) the
Database Operations Main Menu appears. Pressing F1 ( TAG LIST ) the
following display appears, showing the list of the configurations saved in
the Communicator.
Each display contains up to four tags: if more tags are included in the list
the label NEXT TAGS on F1 permits the next page of the list. When the
end of the list is reached, the list will be repeated. Use ESCAPE to return
to the Database Main Menu.
CONF - Database operations - SAVE CONFIGURATION option
DATABASE OPERATIONS
TAG
LIST
SAVE
CONF
SEND DELET
CONF CONF
Configuration saved
Press any key
to continue
From the Database Main Menu, pressing F2 ( SAVE CONF ) , the
configuration data and parameters of the connected transmitter are
saved in the Communicator Database and the following display appears
(See Appendix "D" for the list of transmitter's data saved in database).
If that tag already exists in the database, a message is issued: TAG
ALREADY EXIST in this case it is necessary to delete the existing tag
from the database in order to save the new one. If no slots are available
in the database memory for storing the configuration, a warning message
appears declaring: " Database memory full".Use ESCAPE to return to the
Database Main Menu.
CONF - Database operations - SEND CONFIGURATION option
DATABASE OPERATIONS
TAG
LIST
SAVE
CONF
SEND DELET
CONF CONF
WARNING - Control loop
should be in MANUAL
PRO
CEED
This option permits to send a configuration stored in the Database
memory of the Communicator to a connected transmitter. Note that only
the data and parameters necessary to configure a transmitter are sent.
The selection of the configuration to be sent can be made from the list of
the stored configurations.
WARNING - Maximum attention MUST be given to this operation.
Ensure that the configuration to send is suitable for the transmitter
application and the connected controller is in manual status.
Not following these precautions could result in dangerous situations
with effects on personal injury or property damage.
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C h o o s e C o n f. t o s e n d
Select TAG
PRO
CEED
FT100
PT234
STOP NEXT
LIST PAGE
LT112
K.SC
LAST SEL
PAGE TAG
WARNING - Loop may be
returned to AUTO
PRO
CEED
Starting from the Database Main Menu, pressing F3 ( SEND CONF ) the
warning message is displayed and the following display appears. Pressing
F4 to PROCEED, appears the next display showing the list of the
configurations present in the Communicator. All tags stored in the
Communicator are displayed, four per display, at a rate of 2 seconds:
using F1 you can stop the list whereas with F2 or F3 you can move forward
or backward in the list.
When the required tag is on the display you can select it moving the
cursor on it, using F4 (SEL TAG).
The transmission of a new configuration to a transmitter is achieved
pressing the ENTER and requires some seconds.
The message "Configuration sent" confirms that the operation has
been completed with success; in case of error an appropriate message
will be displayed ( see the relevant section of this manual ) and it will be
allowed to return to DATABASE OPERATION menu.
CONF - Database operations - DELETE CONFIGURATION option
DATABASE OPERATIONS
TAG
LIST
SAVE
CONF
SEND DELET
CONF CONF
This option permits deletion of a configuration stored in the Database
memory of the Communicator. Press F4 for DELET CONF and the next
display appears.
C h o o s e C o n f. t o d e l
Select TAG
PRO
CEED
The selection of the configuration to be deleted can be made selecting the
configuration from the list of the stored configurations. All tags stored in the
Communicator are displayed, four per display, at a rate of 2 seconds: using
F1 you can stop the list whereas with F2 or F3 you can move forward or
backward in the list.
FT100
PT234
STOP NEXT
LIST PAGE
When the required tag is on the display you can select it moving, using F4,
the cursor on it: now pressing the ENTER the configuration will be deleted
from the list of the stored configurations while pressing ESCape you will
return to the previous display.
Config.
LT112
KSC
LAST SEL
PAGE TAG
deleted
Press any key to
continue
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If the operation is correctly performed a confirmation display appears: then
pressing any key returns to the Database Operations Main Menu. In case
of errors a proper message will be displayed: see the relevant section of this
manual.
USE OF THE GREEN KEY - TRIM KEY
Transmitter parameters which can be calibrated or operations aiding in instrument checkout may be accessed by
the use of the Trimming and Setup Menu accessible via the TRIM dedicated function key. The access to this
operation is protected by a password, as already explained for CONF dedicated Function Key.
This items are organized into four procedures as shown below:
For all HART Transmitter of other manufacturers
Sensor Trim
Zero Align
4 - 20 Trim
4 to 20 mA Trim
Other scale
Loop Test
4 mA Output
20 mA Output
Other mA Output
Reranging
Ranging to Applied Value:
- Set 4 mA Point
- Set 20 mA Point
Loop Test
4 mA Output
20 mA Output
Other mA Output
Reranging
Ranging to Applied Value:
- Set 4 mA Point
- Set 20 mA Point
Loop Test
4 mA Output
20 mA Output
Other mA Output
Reranging
Ranging to Applied Value:
- Set 4 mA Point
- Set 20 mA Point
Loop Test
4 mA Output
20 mA Output
Other mA Output
Reranging
Not Available
Loop Test
4 mA Output
20 mA Output
Other mA Output
Reranging (for 600T)
Ranging to Applied Value:
- Set 4 mA Point
- Set 20 mA Point
Calibration (for 600T EN)
PV Scale
Output %
Reranging - as above for 600T
For Deltapi K Pressure Transmitter
Sensor Trim
Full Trim
Zero Trim
Stat Trim
4 - 20 Trim
4 to 20 mA Trim
Other scale
For KST Temperature Transmitter
Sensor Trim
User Trim
Factory Trim
4 - 20 Trim
4 to 20 mA Trim
Other scale
For 652/653 S Temperature Transmitter
Sensor Trim
Not Available
4 - 20 Trim
4 to 20 mA Trim
Other scale
Factory Trim
For 600T and 600T EN Pressure Transmitter
4 - 20 Trim
Sensor Trim
4 to 20 mA Trim
Full Trim
Other scale
Zero Trim
Factory Trim
Stat Trim
Factory Trim (Rev. 5.2 on wards)
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Calibration - Reranging option (Not for 652/653 S Temperature transmitter)
Unlike the Ranging operation, that is essentially an
operation of configuration performed through the digital
setting of the value of the LRV and URV, the Reranging
operation requires the physical connection of the transmitter to an input source and the setting of the range
values is directly performed by the transmitter itself
directed by a suitable command.
This operation is the same as the setting of the zero and
span by the use of the optional local adjustments fitted
on the pressure transmitters housing.
The reranging can be used either to set the transmitter
to a new calibration or, for the pressure transmitter, to
adjust the calibration to the installation effects, like tilt
position, wet leg on positive or negative connection in
level measurement, etc.
The difference between this procedure and the
Ranging procedure, which uses digital values, is
the fact that a change in the zero point value in this
procedure does not affect the span.
Another point that should be taken into consideration
during an operation of reranging is that the setting of the
initial and final point of your range depends directly of
the real input. Although the analog output of the
transmitter is correct in relation to the applied input, the
digital reading of the Process Value can indicate a
slightly different value. The difference, due to inaccuracy of the testing equipment or to installation effects,
can be corrected using the trimming option.
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For Deltapi K Pressure or KST
Temperature transmitters
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP RERAN
TR I M TR I M TEST G I NG
Apply input
Press any
continue
______
key
to
P V: 0.00 mbar
T
I N P U T R E F E R E N C E TO :
SET
SET
4mA
20mA
P V: 0.00 mbar
T
4mA POINT SET
SET
SET
4mA
20mA
For 600T EN Pressure Transmitter
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4- 20 LOOP CALI
TR I M TR I M TEST BRA
SNSR 4- 20 LOOP RERAN
TR I M TR I M TEST GING
For 600T Pressure Transmitter
CALIBRATION
PV
OUT
SCALE %
RERAN
GING
key
to
P V: 0.00 mbar
T
I N P U T R E F E R E N C E TO :
SET
SET
4mA
20mA
P V: 0.00 mbar
T
4mA POINT SET
SET
SET
4mA
20mA
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Pressing the F4 key ( RERANGING), a warning message is displayed :
" WARNING - Control loop should be in manual" and the label
PROCEED for the key F4. Pressing this key the following display appears:
Apply the input, a pressure or a ohms/mV signal depending on the type
of transmitter, corresponding to the 4mA ( or 20 mA ) setting and press
any key: a new display appears showing the process value, represented
by the applied input with its measuring units continously updated .
Press the F1 key to set the 4 mA point or the F2 key to set the 20 mA point:
the display will show the confirmation message " ... mA POINT SET". It
is suggested that the 4 mA point be set first, and then the span endpoint.
This is because changes to the 4 mA point will affect the previously set
values of the span endpoint. Pressing ESCAPE to leave the procedure
the following message will be displayed "WARNING - loop may be
returned to auto"
In case that during the reranging option operation the LRL or the URL
( lower and upper range limits ) or the span limit are exceeded, the
modification does not take place and the following warning message is
displayed: " COMMAND#36 ( 37 ) Response Code: 9 (or 10 or 14 ).
Press any key to continue ". See the messages section for full details.
Using the TRIM key, when the display with the message " SELECT
GREEN KEY" is present, the following display will appear:
Pressing the F4 key (CALIBRATION) and then F3 key (RERANGING), a
warning message is displayed :
" WARNING - Control loop should be in manual" and the label
PROCEED for the key F4. Pressing this key the following display appears:
For the 600T Pressure Transmitter, the RERANGING operation can be
accessed by pressing F4 (RERANGING).
Apply the input pressure corresponding to the 4mA ( or 20 mA ) setting
and press any key: a new display appears showing the process value,
represented by the applied input with its measuring units continuously
updated .
Apply input pressure
Press any
continue
Using the TRIM key, when the display with the message " SELECT
GREEN KEY" is present, the following display will appear:
Press the F1 key to set the 4 mA point or the F2 key to set the 20 mA point:
the display will show the confirmation message " ... mA POINT SET". It
is suggested that the 4 mA point be set first, and then the span endpoint.
This is because changes to the 4 mA point will affect the previously set
values of the span endpoint. Pressing ESCAPE to leave the procedure
the following message will be displayed "WARNING - loop may be
returned to auto".
In case that during the reranging the LRL or the URL (lower and upper
range limits) or the span limits are exceeded, the modification does not
take place and the following warning message is displayed:
" COMMAND#36 ( 37 ) Response Code: 9 (or 10 or 14 ). Press any key
to continue ". See the messages section for full details.
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - 4 to 20 mA Trimming
The scope of this operation is to adjust the digital to
analog converter to cover exactly the range 4 to 20 mA.
This operation requires that a high accuracy digital
meter is connected to the current loop output : it is
possible to use either a precision milliammeter with a
resolution of 1 µA or a voltmeter with a 1/20000
resolution. In the case that the voltage reading is selected
particular attention should be paid to the accuracy and
thermal stability of the resistor connected in series with
the current loop. Please check that the transmitter is
adequately powered before doing this operation. This
can be done by performing the Loop Test operation to
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP CALI
TR I M TR I M TEST BRA
4-20 m A T R I M - CHOOSE
INTERNAL SCALE
OTHR 4 TO
FACT
SCALE 20mA TRIM
Trim will be scaled:
- 0.000
to 0.000
CHNG
ENTR
S e t s c a l e - 4 mA p o i n t
4 mA : [ - 0.000 ]
<--
-->
CLR
ENTR
S e t s c a l e - 20 mA p o i n t
20 mA : [ 0.000 ]
<--
-->
Connect
meter
CLR
ENTR
reference
PRO
CEED
Input present meter
T
V a l u e : [ 4.000
] mA
<--
-->
CLR
ENTR
Scaled oput:
4.000
e q u a l t o r e f. m e t e r
NO
YES
exercise the output to a full 21 mA, thereby ensuring that
the power supply is capable of providing the necessary
current.
If the transmitter output is out by more than ± 5 % then
a multiple trimming operation should be done ( see
section: Multiple Trim Generation).
A third option is foreseen, Factory Trim, that allows the
user to restore the calibration done during the
manufacturing process: the parameters of this calibration
cannot be changed by the user.
This option is available for 600T, 600T EN and 652/653
S Transmitters.
Starting from the top display press the F2 key ( 4-20 TRIM ) : the display
at the side appears; the screen then displays two methods for specifying
the output current trimming value:"OTHER SCALE and 4 to 20 mA".Press
F2 for current reading or F1 (OTHR SCALE ) for voltage reading: If "Other
Scale" will be selected the following warning message is then displayed.
"WARNING-Control loop should be in manual - PROCEED". Press
the PROCEED key to acknowledge the message and continue and the
following sequences of display ask you to define the appropriate scale.
A first display indicates the actual trimming scale, by default -0.0 to 0.0.
Pressing F3 for Changing, a new display sets the initial point of the scale
corresponding to an output of 4 mA. A blinking cursor appears on the first
character of the figure within square brackets: using the cursor and the
numerical keypad enter the value ( for instance 1.000) and then press the
F4 key for ENTER.
The display now shows the final point of the scale corresponding to an
output of 20 mA. Proceed as above to set this value (for instance 5.000).
This ends the procedure of setting any other scale than 4 to 20mA.
The message in the display below asks you to connect the reference
meter, i.e. the precision milliammeter or voltmeter. When you have done
this press F4 to proceed. The Communicator is now ready to set the
output to 4 mA and the following message is displayed:
"About to set Xmtr output to 4 mA - PROCEED".
Pressing the F4 key to proceed the display at the side appears. In the top
right corner a T blinks for some seconds to indicate that communication
with the transmitter is in course to read the actual value of the output: this
value is then displayed within square brackets as in the example. As usual
a blinking cursor appears in the first digit. Using the cursor and the
numerical keypad enter the value read on the reference meter ( for
instance 4.025) and then press the F4 key for ENTER.
Note: the maximum allowed change is ± 5% of the output range,
corresponding to ± 800 µA: if this value ( i.e. the difference between
the displayed value and the meter reading ) is exceeded an appropriate
message is displayed, the operation is aborted and an operation of
multiple trimming should be performed (see next page).
The value is transmitted to the connected instrument and a message is
displayed for some seconds:"Making changes permanent - PLEASE
WAIT". The Communicator reads and displays the new value and then
queries if the reading is sufficiently close to the reference meter reading.
If the reading (within ± 3 µA) is not sufficiently close, press the NO key to
repeat the above procedure, otherwise press the YES key and the
procedure will be repeated for the 20 mA setting.
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R e t u r n i n g X m t r to
original output
4-20 m A T R I M - CHOOSE
INTERNAL SCALE
OTHR 4 TO
FACT
SCALE 20mA T R I M
Trim will be set
as at factory
PRO
CEED
When the procedure has been completed the screen shows for some
seconds the display aside. This notice will be followed by the message:
"WARNING - Loop may be returned to auto" Press PROCEED to
acknowledge .
As already mentioned, a third option is available for 600T and 600T EN
pressure transmitter and for 652/653 S Temperature transmitter to allow
the user to restore the original factory calibration. Selecting with the F3
key this option the following warning message will be displayed:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual - PROCEED". Pressing
the PROCEED key to acknowledge the message and continue the
following display appears: the user can abort the procedure pressing
ESCape or accept the selection pressing F4 to PROCEED . In this case
the small T blinks in the upper right corner signalling that the appropriate
command is sent to the transmitter. A warning message warns that the
control loop, if necessary, can be returned to automatic control. Press F4
to return to the 4 to 20 mA Trim menu.
Multiple Trim Operation
If the previous operation aborts because the passed
parameter is too large or too small then multiple trim is
necessary.
The 4 mA trimming should be done first. If the output
looks saturated, i.e. the reading is around 3.75 mA (or
0.938 Volt if 1 to 5 Volt scale has been selected ) enter
the value 3.25 mA (or 0.81 Volt) until the output
desaturates and then the value read on the reference
meter. If the reading is above 4.8 mA enter the value
4.75 mA until the reading falls below 4.8 and then the
value read on meter.
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Proceed in the same way for the 20 mA trimming. If the
output looks saturated, i.e. the reading is 21 mA enter
the value 20.8 until the output desaturates and the
reading falls below 21 mA, then introduce the meter
reading.
If the reading is less than 19.2 mA enter the value 19.3
mA until the reading rises above 19.2 and then introduce
the reference meter reading. If the value does not rise
to 20 mA check the transmitter power supply.
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Loop Test Option
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP
TR I M TR I M TEST
The scope of this procedure is to test the transmitter output at fixed
values, 4 or 20 mA, or at a value selected by the user, and so to test the
integrity of the transmission loop and the operation of receiving instruments
like controllers, recorders, etc. This option is useful during the plant
commissioning when a transmitter fixed value is required.
CALI
BRA
LOOP TEST- CHOOSE
CURRENT OUTPUT LEVEL
4 mA
20mA
OTHER
Use the LOOP TEST function key to select this procedure from the
TRIMMING and SETUP submenu. The screen will display the warning
message:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual".
Select output
[ 1 2 . 5 0 0 ] mA
<---
--->
CLR
Press the PROCEED key to acknowledge the message and continue.
ENTR
About to set Xmtr T
o u t p u t to 12.5 m A
PRO
CEED
Loop test: Xmtr
o u t p u t i s 12.5 m A
END
Returning Xmtr
to original output
Use F1 or F2 to select 4mA or 20 mA output. If you select F3 (OTHER)
then the following display appears allowing any value from 3.875 to 21 mA
to be entered. In this case the last set value is displayed within square
brackets with the first figure blinking: using the F1 and F2 and the
numerical keypad a new value in the range 3.875 to 21 mA can be
introduced.
The Hand Held Communicator is now ready to set the transmitter to the
required current (12.5 in the example): press F4 to PROCEED.
The blinking T appears in the upper right corner of the display signalling
that the communication is on course and after some seconds the next
display appears with the output set to the required value.
At this time, the user may verify the current by reading an appropriate
meter or can check the functionality of the instruments connected to the
control loop.
T
W A R N I N G - loop may be
returned to auto
PRO
CEED
Pressing F4 (END) returns to the Loop Test main menu enabling the
execution of the procedure with a different setting, whereas pressing
ESCAPE forces the exit from the procedure: in this case the next display
will appear notifying the user of the restoration of the original output.
After some seconds a new display warns to return the control loop in auto.
Pressing F4 to PROCEED the Communicator returns to the Trimming
Main Menu.
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Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming option ( for 600T and 600T EN pressure transmitter only )
The scope of the Sensor Trimming operations is to
correct the characterisation parameters stored in the
transmitter's EEPROM during the last characterisation
process, either the first, factory done, or the subsequent
trimming operation. To understand completely the
reason for this operation it is necessary to know that
during manufacturing the sensor output characteristics
are compared to different pressure input in order to
obtain parameters that are stored in the EEPROM and
represents a sort of "fingerprint" of a specific sensor.
These parameters, are applied to a suitable algorithm
that provides a precise primary output linearisation.
During the use of the transmitter the sensor is submitted
to various influences (ageing, one side overpressure,
shocks, mounting position, etc) that can affect the
original characteristics. The effect of these changes is
that, although through the reranging operation the analog
output matches with the input pressure, the interpretation of this pressure by the transmitter is incorrect and
the Process Value indication, in engineering units,
doesn't match with the real input pressure.
The full trimming operation forces two points, usually
the zero and full scale values, to match exactly the
primary output: these values are stored in the transmitter in a permanent way.
Using the full trimming operation it is possible, providing
that suitable high accuracy equipment is available, to
restore the original performance or in case that the
transmitter is calibrated to a new range to match exactly
the digital reading with the corresponding analog output value. The best accuracy is accomplished trimming
at values corresponding to the LRV and URV or slightly
more. Nevertheless trim with span smaller than sensor
minimum span are not allowed.
The zero trimming operation involves the zero and the
span points of the scale and can be usually done
without the need of external equipment. It can be used
to compensate small errors ≤0.1% (e.g. mounting
position effects). The figures below show the linearity
errors of the transmitter primary output at the maximum
span (URL less LRL) and the different effects of the full
and zero trimming. The full trimming has been applied
to a span of about 75% of the sensor limits. With a 600T
EN Pressure transmitter full trimming and Zero
trimming operations are not accepted if a PV BIAS
VALUE has been introduced. When trying to do a
trimming with the PV bias value not equal to zero the
following message appears: "WARNING: TRIM is not
available when PV is scaled, reset the PV BIAS
before trim".
See next (PV scaling option).
Note for 600T Transmitters Revision 5.2 and 600T EN
The procedure for the sensor trimming of 600T
transmitters slightly differs from the described one: a
fourth option is foreseen, Factory Trim, that allows the
user to restore the calibration done during the
manufacturing process: the parameters of this
calibration cannot be changed by the user.
ZERO TRIMMING
Linearisation curve after zero
trimming 600T Release 5.1 and
Deltapi K
+0,1%
Linearisation curve after zero
trimming 600T Release 5.2 and
600T EN
LRL
URL
Linearisation curve before
zero trimming
-0,1%
100%
0%
100%
FULL TRIMMING
In both examples the trimming has been applied to a span of
about 75% of the full range.
600T Ver. 5.1 and Deltapi K
+0,1%
600T Ver. 5.2 and 600T EN
New
LRV
+0,1%
New
LRV
New
URV
New
URV
-0,1%
0%
-0,1%
0%
100%
LTP
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HTP
LTP
original linearity
after low trim
after low and high trim
HTP
100%
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP CALI
TR I M TR I M TEST BRA
S E N S O R T R I M , S E L E CT
TYPE
FULL ZERO
STAT
TRIM TRIM
TRIM
Last i nput value used
LoVal = 0
mmH2O
H i Va l = 1400.000
mmH2O
LoVal = 0
mmH2O
H i Va l = 1400.000
mmH2O
LOW HIGH DISP
TRIM TRIM LIMIT
L R L = - 2800.000
U R L = 2800.000
mmH2O
mmH2O
PRO
CEED
A p p l y a L o V a l P r e s s.
lower than HiVal
PRO
CEED
Pressure stabilizing
--- PLEASE WAIT ---
Enter applied LoVal
[ - 5 . 0 1 5 ] mmH2O
< - --
-->
CLR
ENTR
Lo V a l = 0
mm H2O
H i V a l = 1400.000
mm H2O
LOW HIGH DISP
TRIM TRIM LIMIT
A p p l y a H i V a l P r e s s.
higher than LoVal
PRO
CEED
W A R N I N G - loop may be
returned to auto
PRO
CEED
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming - FULL TRIM
( for 600T, 600T EN and Deltapi K pressure transmitter )
CAUTION : remember that this procedure must be done by applying
input pressure, expecially when the choosen span is unfortunately
small (<5% of URL). If you don't apply input pressure, there will be
a permanent error in the output of the transmitter. Let us say that the
trimming operation on values <10% of URL, does not make better
instrument efforts on this span.
Starting from the top display press the F1 key ( SNSR TRIM ) : the
following display will appear.
Pressing the F1 key ( FULL TRIM ), a warning message is displayed:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual " and the label
PROCEED for the key F4.Pressing this key the following display
appears:
The display gives indication about the input values used during the last
trimming operation. This indication lasts for some seconds and is then
replaced by the new display below.
The same values are displayed but two labels appear for the keys F1 and
F2 , respectively LOW TRIM and HIGH TRIM, while the key F3 - DISP
LIM can be used to display the lower and upper range limits (LRL and
URL). Pressing the F1 a message is displayed asking the user to apply
the low pressure value.
If the Low Trimming value corresponds to zero and you are trimming a
transmitter other than absolute pressure, the atmospheric pressure can
be taken as reference or the bypass opened to equalize the pressure on
both side of the sensor. Care should be paid to the absolute pressure
transmitters where a vacuum reference should be used or the actual
atmospheric pressure taken into consideration. After having applied the
pressure press the F4 to PROCEED.
The value of the pressure read by the transmitter is then displayed within
square brackets : this value can differ from the value read in the
reference meter. A blinking cursor is present in the most significant digit
: using the F1, to move left, or the F2, to move right, and the numerical
keypad introduce the value read on the reference pressure meter or zero
if appropriate. When the value is correctly introduced press F4 to
ENTER the value. If the value is incorrect then one of the following
messages is issued :
- Trim span too small
- Trim on negative side not allowed (for Deltapi K transmitter)
NOTE : Do not introduce change, on the value read, of more that 5%
of the URL at once. If this limit or pressure limits are exceeded a
message will be displayed ( see the relevant section of this
manual ). The Communicator accepts the first five digits of the
input.
Small differences, of the order of the 0.003% of the URV, on the
reading, are tolerated.
The introduced value is sent to the transmitter: the usual blinking T
appears in the upper right corner of the display signalling that a
communication is on course. Right after the display at side appears
showing the modified value.
The procedure to trim the high value is the same: pressing the F2 key
the following message appears: proceed then as for low trimming.
Note: Do not attempt to apply, as Hival, a value resulting in a span
smaller than the minimum span and, for Deltapi K Pressure Tx
having a S/W Rev. up to 5.1 a negative value or a value too close to
zero. In this case the operation will abort and an error message is
displayed.
For best results perform a low trimming, a high trimming and a low
trimming again. To exit from the trimming procedure press ESCAPE :
the following display appears. Take note of it and then press PROCEED:
the display returns to the Sensor Trimming menu.
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S E N S O R T R I M , S E L E CT
TYPE
FULL ZERO STAT
TRIM TRIM
TRIM
Apply "zero"
pressure input
PRO
CEED
Applied zero read T
[ 0.2345] mmH2O
SEND
DATA
Making changes
T
permanent
- - - PLEASE WAIT- - -
Applied zero read
[ 0.0027] mmH2O
T
END
W A R N I N G - loop may be
returned to auto
PRO
CEED
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming - ZERO TRIM
( for 600T, 600T EN and Deltapi K Pressure Transmitter)
Starting from the main display press the F1 key ( SNSR TRIM ) : the
following display will appear.
Pressing the F2 key ( ZERO TRIM ), the following message is displayed:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual - PROCEED".
Pressing the F4 key the following display appears :
If you are trimming a transmitter other than absolute pressure, the
atmospheric pressure can be taken as reference or the bypass opened
to equalize the pressure on both side of the sensor. Care should be paid
to the absolute pressure transmitters where a vacuum reference should
be used or the actual atmospheric pressure taken into consideration.
After having applied the pressure press the F4 to PROCEED.The
following message appears: "Pressure stabilizing - PLEASE WAIT-" and after some seconds the following display appears.
The value of the pressure read by the transmitter is then displayed within
square brackets: this value represents the zero shift due to mounting
position, ageing,etc. A blinking T in the upper right corner of the display
signals that the value is continuously updated. Pressing the F4 key the
displayed data are sent to the transmitter: the usual blinking T appears
in the upper right corner of the display signalling that a communication
is on course.
NOTE : Changes of more that 5% of the URL are not accepted. If this
limit is exceeded a message will be displayed ( see the relevant
section of this manual)
The zero trimming has been performed: the display shows the residual
zero error usually due to rounding in the Communicator operations.Small
differences, of the order of the 0.003% of the URV, on the reading, are
tolerated: if the difference appears too big repeat the zero trimming
procedure.
Pressing the F4 key ( END ) the warning message at side is displayed:
pressing PROCEED you will leave the zero trimming procedure.
TRIMMING AND SETUP
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming Zero Align
(for generic HART Transmitter)
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP RERAN
TR I M TR I M TEST GING
Starting from the top display and selecting (SNSR TRIM) option using F1 key
the SENSOR TRIM menu appears with the ZERO ALIGN option.
S E N S O R T R I M, S E L E C T
TYPE
ZERO
ALIGN
Pressing F1 key a warning message is displayed: "WARNING - Control
loop should be in manual" with the label PROCEED for the key F4.
PRO
CEED
Pressing F4 to proceed the following desplay appears, giving indication of
applying input source. Press F4 again and wait for the input source reference
to stabilize as indicated on the display. Then, using F4 key (SENS DATA), the
value is sent to the device and used to trim the Primary Variable so that it
reads Zero with the existing process applied to the device.
Applied zero reads
[ - 2 . 8 4 2 ] mV
SEND
DATA
The resulting offset must be within limits defined by each transmitter. When
you press F4 the following message appears: "WARNING - Loop may be
returned to auto - PROCEED". Use F4 to continue and to return to the
SENSOR TRIM menu.
A p p l y 'z e r o'
Source input
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S E N S O R T R I M , S E L E CT
TYPE
F U L L Z E R O S TAT F A C T
TRIM TRIM TRIM TRIM
Stat Value read
[ 1.154
]
MPa
PRO
CEED
Is stat
[ 1.154
value OK?
]
MPa
NO
YES
Enter stat
[ .... ...
]
<--
-->
value
MPa
CLR
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming - STATIC TRIM
(for 600T, 600T EN and Deltapi K Pressure Transmitter )
Using this procedure it is possible to trim the value of the static pressure used
by the transmitters to perform the static pressure compensation. The
transmitter should be connected to a pressure source of known value: the
atmospheric or the process pressure can be used for static trimming. The
applied pressure should be applied on both sides of the measuring diaphragm:
an accuracy of the reference meter of 1% of the max. static pressure is
sufficient for a good static compensation. Selecting this option, the following
message is displayed: "WARNING- Control loop should be in manual PROCEED". Pressing F4 the next display appears giving indication of the
value read by the transmitter. Press F4 to PROCEED: the next display
requests to confirm if the read value is OK or not. If it is OK pressing F4 for
YES you will leave the procedure while, if it is not, pressing F1 the following
display appears.
Using the F1 or F2 keys and the numeric keypad the known value of the static
pressure should be entered and confirmed pressing the F4 key.
Leaving the procedure a warning message warns that the loop can be
returned to automatic control.
ENTR
SENSOR TRIM , SELECT
TYPE
FULL ZERO STAT FACT
TRIM TRIM TRIM TRIM
Trim will be set
as at factory
PRO
CEED
For 600T Transmitters Revision 5.2 and 600T EN - FACTORY TRIM
As already mentioned, a fourth option is presented for the 600T and 600T
EN Transmitters: it allows the user to restore the original factory
calibration. Selecting with the F4 key this option the following warning
message will be displayed: "WARNING - Control loop should be in
manual - PROCEED". Pressing the PROCEED key to acknowledge the
message and continue the following display appears: the user can abort
the procedure pressing ESCape or accept the selection pressing F4 to
PROCEED . In this case the small T blinks in the upper right corner
signalling that the appropriate command is sent to the transmitter. A
warning message warns that the control loop can be returned to automatic
control.
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TRIMMING AND SETUP
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP CALI
TRIM TRIM TEST BRA
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Calibration - PV Scale Option
(600T EN Pressure transmitter only)
The scope of this procedure is to allow the user to set the transmitter for
reading a specified value of PV, that is to apply a scaling to the PV
reading. This option is useful every time it is required to elevate or
suppress a pressure indication.
Starting from the SELECT GREEN KEY menu, press TRIM and then F4
(CALIBRATION).
CALIB RATION
The PV Scale option appears as key F1 in the CALIBRATION menu.
PV
OUT
SCALE %
RERAN
GING
Pressing key F1 (PV SCALE) a warning message is displyed: "WARNING
- Control loop should be in manual" with the label PROCEED for the
key F4.
PV : 25 mbar
RSET
BIAS
SET
PV0
SET
PV
The PV SCALE option menu contains three options: Reset bias,
Set PV 0 and Set PV.
The PV value appears on the display and is continuously updated.
LRV : [ -60.00 ]
URV : 130.00
<--
- ->
CLR ENTR
PV : 25 mbar
RSET
BIAS
SET
PV0
PV : [ 30 ]
<--
SET
PV
mbar
- ->
CLR ENTR
CALIBRATION
PV
OUT
SCALE %
RERAN
GING
Pressing F1 the value of the Bias is set to 0. Let's remind that a bias value
set (not equal to 0) disables the trimming operations; the Bias value can
be verified in the review section. On the first line of the display "wait . . ."
message appears during the reset operation.
The key F2 (Set PV 0) is used to set the actual PV reading to 0. If the
operation is performed correctly the user is than asked to define the
range values; the LRV and URV are expressed in the same unit of the PV.
The key F3 (Set PV) is similar to set PV 0, but allows the user to decide
for a PV reading value different than zero.
The user is asked to enter the value and then the bias value is
automatically calculated and applyed to the actual reading.
Again the user can reconfigure the range of the transmitter by entering
the LRV and URV.
By pressing ESCAPE the following message appears: "WARNING Loop may be returned to auto - PROCEED". Use F4 to continue and
to return to the CALIBRATION menu.
With another ESCAPE the TRIMMING and SETUP menù appears on the
display.
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Calibration - Out % option (600T
EN Pressure transmitter only)
CALIBRATION
PV
OUT
SCALE %
RERAN
GING
WARNING - Control loop
should be in manual
PRO
CEED
PV :
OP :
O/P
LOW
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0.01 mbar
50 %
O/P
HIGH
Starting from the CALIBRATION menu press F2 (Out %) to access the
procedure. This setting is used to automatically redefine the transmitter
calibration by using the reading value in percentage.
After the warning message that reminds the user to verify the loop
conditions, and pressing the key F4, the following display appears:
The display is continuously updated with the PV value and the output
percentage. The latter can be redefined by accessing the two options:
O/P LOW and O/P HIGH.
LRV : - 200
URV : + 200
OP : [ 50 ] %
<-- -->
CLR
PV :
OP :
O/P
LOW
0.01 mbar
45 %
O/P
HIGH
LRV : - 180
URV : + 220
OP : [ 45 ] %
<-- -->
CLR
PV :
OP :
O/P
LOW
ENTR
Press F4 (ENTER) to accept the new percentage.
The "wait . . . . " message is given till the operation is completed, and so
the new output percentage is displayed.
LRV and URV have been changed, according to the new output
percentage.
ENTR
If the new setting has been performed correctly, the new output percentage
is displayed, together with the PV indication.
WARNING - Loop may
be returned to Auto
PRO
CEED
PV
OUT RERAN
SCALE % GING
When F2 (O/P HIGH) is used, again the LRV and the URV are displayed.
By setting the new output percentage and pressing F4 (ENTER) a new
URV is calculated according to the new output percentage.
0.01 mbar
60.00 %
O/P
HIGH
CALIBRATION
While the first one recalculates the LRV and URV maintaining the original
SPAN, the O/P HIGH recalculates the URV so the SPAN can be
changed.
When F1 (O/P LOW) is pressed the existing LRV and URV are displayed,
and the user is asked to input the evaluated output in percentage, while
between square brackets it is given the actual one.
Use ESCAPE to exit and to return to the CALIBRATION menu.
After the warning message: "Loop may be returned to auto" press F4
(PROCEED) to return to the CALIBRATION MENU.
Additional information and examples on the use of PV Scale and Output
% reranging are given in the 600T EN Series Instruction manual.
Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming option ( for KST temperature transmitters )
The Sensor Trimming operations in the temperature
transmitters is to correct the characterisation parameters
stored in the transmitter's EEPROM during the last characterisation process, either the first, factory done, or a
subsequent trimming operation, in order to match your
standard calibration equipment.
To understand completely the reason for this operation it
is necessary to know that during the manufacturing the
transmitter's digital output is compared to different input
in order to obtain parameters that are stored in the
EEPROM: these parameters, applied to a suitable
algorithm, provide a precise primary output linearisation.
The Factory trim parameters are obtained during the
manufacturing process and are not modifiable by the user,
while the User trim parameters can be set by the user
using his standard calibration equipment.
The user trim parameters are set by default, unless a
custom calibration is required, to the same values than the
factory trim parameters. If the transmitter has been custom
calibrated the user trim parameters are set accordingly to
the custom calibration.
During the use of the transmitter the sensor is submitted
to various influences, mainly ageing, that can affect the
original characteristics.
The sensor trimming operation should be done using
testing equipment, millivolt generator or ohms reference,
of a suitable class ( accuracy at least three times of the
transmitter accuracy ). If such equipment is not available,
the Factory trim parameter can be satisfactorily used in
most of the cases.
The effect of these changes is that, although through the
reranging operation the analog output matches with the
input signal, the interpretation of this signal by the transmitter is incorrect and the Process Value indication, in
engineering units, doesn't match with the real input.
For millivolt or thermocouple sensor type connect your
millivolt source accross the terminals 2 (+) and 1 (-). If
the transmitter is set for differential measurement short the
terminal 2 and 3. All the connection should be done
using copper wires.
The sensor trimming operation forces two points, usually the zero and full scale values, to match exactly the
primary output: these values are stored in the transmitter
in a permanent way.
For ohm or RTD sensor type connect your ohms reference accross the terminals 1 and 4. If the transmitter is set for
a three wires measurement short the terminal 1 and 2,
while if it is set for four wires measurement the terminals
3 and 4 should be shorted as well. For ohm or RTD
differential measurement connect your ohms reference
accross the terminal 1 and 4 and insert accross the
terminal 1 and 5 a resistor having a value included
between the low and the high trimming value.
The K-ST Smart Temperature Transmitter is able to store
in its EEPROM two different set of parameters, related to
the Factory Trim and the User Trim.
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Use of the Green Keys - TRIM - Sensor Trimming - S N S R T R I M
- ( for KST temperature transmitters )
T R I M M I NG A N D S E T U P
SNSR 4 - 20 LOOP RERAN
TR I M TR I M TEST G I NG
Last trim: factory
Snsr: T/C Type J NBS
USER FAC
TORY
NEW TRIM:
USER
PRO
CEED
LAST TRIM VAL USED
LoV a l = 0
mV
H iV a l = 1 4 . 0 0 0
mV
Lo V a l = 0
mV
HiVal=14.000
mV
LOW HIGH DISP
TRIM TRIM LIMIT
LRL=
URL=
- 7.402
42.283
mV
mV
PRO
CEED
Apply a LoVal
lower than HiVal
PRO
CE E D
Enter applied LoVal
[ -5.015] mV
< - --
- 42 -
-->
CLR
ENTR
Starting from the top display press the F1 key ( SNSR TRIM ) a warning
message is displayed:
"WARNING - Control loop should be in manual " and the label
PROCEED for the key F4.
Pressing F4 to proceed the following display appears, giving indication
about the type of trimming presently in use and the type of the selected
sensor. The F1 and F2 keys are respectively labelled to select the user
or the factory trim.
If you wish to change either the type of trim or the trim values press the
appropriate key.
As explained above the factory trim cannot be modified: nevertheless if
you press F2 for Factory Trim while presently in use the display gives the
indication " NEW TRIM : factory ". When you press F4 the following
message appears: " WARNING - Loop may be returned to auto PROCEED ". Pressing F4 to proceed you will return to the Trimming and
Setup Main Menu.
Let now us assume that you wish to change your trim to USER. This
operation requires that a suitable reference source is connected to
the K-ST terminals as explained in the previous section. Pressing F1 the
display indicates that the new trim is now User.
Pressing F4 to proceed a new display gives indication about the input
values used during the last trimming operation. This indication lasts for
some seconds and is then replaced by the new display below.
The same values are displayed but the function keys F1 and F2 are
activated for LOW TRIM and HIGH TRIM operations while F3 gives the
opportunity to read the LOWER and UPPER RANGE LIMITS (LRL and
URL). The values are displayed accordingly to the type of sensor either
in mV or in ohms. Pressing F4 to proceed you will return to the previous
screen.
Press the Low Trim key and a screen prompting the user to apply the low
value is displayed. The input reference must be within the range of the
specified sensor and displayed under DISP LIMIT. To obtain the best
results the input reference should be equal to zero, for zero based
measurement, or as close as possible to the Lower Range Value.
When the input has been applied press F4 to proceed.
The value of the input read by the transmitter is then displayed within
square brackets : this value can differ from the value read in the reference
meter. A blinking cursor is present in the most significant digit : using the
F1, to move left, or the F2, to move right, and the numerical keypad
introduce the value read on the reference meter. When the value is
correctly introduced press F4 to ENTER the value. If, the value is incorrect
or out of limits then an appropriate messages will be issued: see the
relevant section of this manual.
Lo V a l = 0
mV
HiVal=14.000
mV
LOW HIGH DISP
TRIM TRIM LIMIT
Apply a HiVal
higher than LoVal
PRO
CEED
W A R N I N G - loop may be
returned to auto
PRO
CEED
NOTE : Do not introduce change, on the value read, of more that 5%
of the URL at once. If this limit is exceeded a message will be
displayed ( see the relevant section of this manual ).
The Communicator accepts the first five digits of the input. Small
differences, of the order of the 0.003% of the URV, on the reading,
are tolerated.
The introduced value is sent to the transmitter: the usual blinking T
appears in the upper right corner of the display signalling that a
communication is on course. Right after the display at side appears
showing the modified value.
The procedure to trim the high value is the same: pressing the F2 key the
following message appears: proceed then as for low trimming.
NOTE : Do not attempt to apply, as Hi Val, a negative value or a value
too close to zero or within the minimum span. In this case the
operation will abort and an error message is displayed.
For best results perform a low trimming, a high trimming and a low
trimming again. To exit from the trimming procedure press ESCAPE : the
following display appears. Take note of it and then press PROCEED: the
display returns to the Sensor Trimming menu.
USE OF THE GREEN KEYS - SERIAL LINK
SERIAL
LINK
DBASE MODEM
MODE MODE
LOAD
PROG
Hand Terminal ready T
for serial link
communication
H T in Modem Mode
As already explained it is possible to connect, using an RS 232 serial
connection, the Hand Held Communicator with a Personal Computer in
order to:
- use the Communicator to store transmitters configurations downloaded
from the P.C. Configurator or to transfer to the P.C. Database the
transmitter configurations previously stored in the Communicator
Database.
- use the Communicator as a Bell 202 Modem, connecting a Personal
Computer to the transmitter.
Pressing the Green key SERIAL LINK or the key F3 in the Main Menu the
top display appears, allowing the choice amoung DataBASE MODE,
MODEM MODE and LOAD PROG. By pressing F1 or F2 respectively
appear the second or the third display. In the Database Mode a small T
is blinking in the upper right corner of the display when a serial
communication is on course. During the Serial Link mode the
Communicator is under the control of the Host P.C. until the ESCAPE Key
is pressed.
The F3 key LOAD PROG is used when an upgrade of the installed
software is required. This operation is performed in the production factory.
If a software upgrade is required, refer to your nearest Service Center.
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HART RESPONSE MESSAGES
ERROR AND WARNING MESSAGES
Four types of error and warning messages are generated
and displayed by the Hand Held Communicator:
- communication errors
- transmitter diagnostic messages
- database operations messages
- Hart Commands Response Code
The next paragraph gives a more detailed description of
the error and warning messages and the action that should
be taken.
COMMUNICATION ERRORS
XMTR NOT IN COMMUNICATION
timeout in communication, instrument not connected
Check that the connection is properly done, particularly
check if the resistance between the insertion point of the
Communicator and the power supply is 250 Ohm min. If
safety barriers are included in the loop check that they are
suitable for HART Communication.
If in direct mode check that only one transmitter is connected.
If in broadcast or multidrop mode check for tag duplication.
Try a connection closer to the transmitter terminals.
Check the Communicator with another transmitter to localize
the fault in the transmitter or in the Communicator.
Refer to your nearest Service Center.
PARITY ERROR
The connected transmitter signals a communication
error: parity not OK ( see Checksum error )
TRANSMITTER DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES
ANALOG OUTPUT SATURATED
The process value is outside of the calibrated range of the
transmitter. Consider reranging the transmitter
PV OUT OF LIMITS
The process value is outside of the sensor limits. Consider
changing the transmitter or the sensor.
EEPROM 1 FAILED (pressure transmitters)
Fatal error: consider to replace the transducer. Refer to
the Transmitter Instruction manual.
EEPROM 1 FAILED (Deltapi K pressure Tx)
Refer to the Transmitter Instruction manual. Remove the
Compensation Module from the Electronics and clean,
with appropriate cleaning liquid, the contacts.
Try again and if still failing remove the electronics and
replace with a spare one fitting the compensation module:
if sstill failing the failure should regard the EEPROM
otherwise the electronics is faulty. 600T Transmitters
have not Compensation Module. Consider the replace of
the electronics.
WARNING : TX Rev. XX.YY TOO NEW
Indicates that the Smart Transmitter has a S/W Rev. level EEPROM 2 FAILED (pressure transmitters)
newer than the S/W supported by the H.H. Communicator. Fatal error : the transmitter's electronics should be
Contact your nearest Service Center for a S/W upgrade. replaced.
WARNING: TX NOT SUPPORTED
the transmitter connected to the KHT is unknown.
EEPROM 1 & 2 FAILED (pressure transmitters)
Fatal error : the transmitter's electronics should be replaced.
WARNING : FUNC. NOT SUPPORTED
the function that you are trying to execute with the KHT is
not available in the transmitter.
STARTUP CKSUM ERROR (pressure transmitters)
During the startup the transmitter's S/W found a checksum error. Try to restart the transmitter: if the error is still
present the transmitters should be replaced.
WARNING : OUTPUT CURRENT FIXED
The transmitter output is at fixed value (4 mA for Broadcast SENSOR FAILED (pressure transmitters)
connection or rarely any value for loop test not complete. The transmitter's sensor failed
COMMUNICATION ERROR
Hand Held Terminal has detected an error on Checksum,
parity, etc. ( see XMTR not in communication )
ADDRESS ERROR
Answer received from an address different than the
requested ( usually in Multimaster Mode )
Mismatch in communication : repeat the command.
COMMAND ERROR
Answer received with a command number different than
the requested
Mismatch in communication : repeat the command.
CHECKSUM ERROR
The connected transmitter signals a communication
error: checksum not OK
The line appears noisy. Try a different point of connection
closer to the transmitter terminals.
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SENS. TEMP. OUT OF LIM (pressure transmitters)
The sensor temperature is outside of the specification
limits: check in field if this appears true and then take
appropriate action to return within the limits . In case that
the temperature is within the limits the temperature
sensor or the sensor connection can be faulty: see the
transmitter's instruction manual for fault finding.
STAT PRES OUT OF LIM (pressure transmitters)
The static pressure is outside of the specification limits:
check in field and if true immediately disconnect the
transmitter from the process and consider to replacing
with another having appropriate rating.
In case that the pressure is within the limits the pressure
sensor or the sensor connections are suspect: see the
transmitter's instruction manual for fault finding.
ELECTRONICS TEMP OUT OF LIM (pressure Txs)
The temperature of the electronics appears outside of the
specification limits: check in field and, if true, provide
adequate protection to prevent excess temperature of the
transmitter's topwork due to radiation, freezing, etc. If the
topwork temperature appears regular the electronics is
faulty and should be replaced.
ASIC UPDATE FAILURE (pressure transmitters)
The ASIC input is not being updated. Check connector
between sensor and electronics. In 600T tx. possible
fault of the sensor or primary electronics.
ASIC COUNTER OUT OF LIMITS (pressure Txs)
The ASIC input is outside of its physical limits. Check
sensor connector or the sensor. Possible fault of the
sensor or primary electronics.
DAC VALUE OUT OF PHYSICAL LIMITS
(600T EN pressure transmitters)
The analog output trimming values are incorrect. It is
necessary to perform a 4-20 mA trimming (DAC Trim) to
correct the output signal indication.
For 652/653 S temperature transmitter
ADC ERROR
INCONGRUENT MEASUREMENT
XOR ERROR
ERROR IN ADC BITS
WATCHDOG TIME/OUT
EEPROM / ADC ERROR
EEPROM / ADC ERROR DW
RAM / XOR ERROR DW
EEPROM / XOR ERROR DW
EEPROM ACK ERROR
All the above errors are HARDWARE errors related to
the transmitter electronic.
Consider to replace the electronic. Please refer to the
manufacturer for additional explanation.
ERROR ON MEASUREMENT 1
ERROR ON MEASUREMENT 2
ERROR ON CJC / ELECTRONIC TEMPERATURE
All the above errors are errors related to the measurement
sensor 1 or 2.
Verify the sensor 1 or 2 status and if the failure persists
consider to replace the measurement sensor.
COMMANDS AND COMMAND-SPECIFIC RESPONSE CODES
When an error occurs during a command execution a
message is displayed, indicating the number of the
command and the relevant Response Code:
Passed Parameter too Small
the damping value range is 0 to 16 seconds
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
8 Warning: Set to Nearest Possible Value
the damping values are 0, 0.25,0.5,1,2,4,8,16.
COMMAND 35: WRITE RANGE VALUES
Command-Specific Response Codes
COMMAND# XX
Response Code YY
2
7
The list below represents the reference guide for the
user illustrating the meaning of each Command-Specific Response Code.
9
10
11
12
13
14
This section contains Hart Commands involved in Hand
Held Communicator operations with the Response
Codes, that may appear on its display. It also contains
a brief explanation of warning and error messages.
UNIVERSAL COMMANDS
COMMAND 6: WRITE POLLING ADDRESS
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
4
Invalid Selection
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
Lower Range Value too High
Lower Range Value too Low
Upper Range Value too High
Upper Range Value too Low
Upper and Lower Range Values Out-of-Limits
Span too Small
COMMAND 36: SET UPPER RANGE VALUE ( SPAN
Push Button)
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
COMMAND 18: WRITE TAG, DESCRIPTOR, DATE
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
9 Applied Process too High
10 Applied Process too Low
the applied pressure exceed the Range limits
14 Span too Small
the resulting span is too small
COMMON PRACTICE COMMANDS
COMMAND 34: WRITE PRIMARY VARIABLE DAMPING VALUE
Command-Specific Response Codes
COMMAND 37: SET LOWER RANGE VALUE ( ZERO
Push Button)
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
3
Passed Parameter too Large
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
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9 Applied Process too High
10 Applied Process too Low
the applied pressure exceed the Range limits
14 New Lower Range Value shift the Upper Range
Value over the Sensor Limit
COMMAND 40: ENTER/EXIT FIXED CURRENT
MODE Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
Passed Parameter too Large
Passed Parameter too Small
the fixed current O/P limits are 3.75 and 21 mA
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
11 Analog Output Not Active
the transmitter output is fixed to 4 mA ( multidrop)
COMMAND 44: WRITE PRIMARY VARIABLE UNITS
Command-Specific Response Codes
2
Invalid Selection
the units selected does not correspond with the
transmitter type
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
7
COMMAND 48: READ ADDITIONAL TRANSMITTER STATUS
Command-Specific Response Codes
8
TRANSMITTER SPECIFIC COMMANDS
(for 600T, 600T EN and Deltapi K PRESSURE
Transmitters)
COMMAND 129: WRITE STATIC DATA MATERIALS
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
Passed Parameter too Large
Passed Parameter too Small
the maximum change is 5% of the output span
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
9 Not In Proper Current Mode
procedure error : repeat the operation
11 Analog Output Not Active
the transmitter output is fixed to 4 mA
( multidrop) and the trimming procedure is
not admitted
COMMAND 46: TRIM DAC GAIN
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
Passed Parameter too Large
Passed Parameter too Small
the maximum change is 5% of the output span
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
9 Not In Proper Current Mode
procedure error : repeat the operation
11 Analog Output Not Active
the transmitter output is fixed to 4 mA ( multidrop)
and the trimming procedure is not admitted
1
2
3
4
5
7
9
10
11
13
16
2
5
7
7
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
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Type Code Mismatch
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
the maximum change is 5% of the span
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
Applied Process too High
Applied Process too Low
the applied pressure exceed the Range limits
Excess Correction Attempted
Trim span too small
Access Restricted
trimming operation not allowed because PV bias
not equal to 0
COMMAND 132: WRITE CONTROL MODES
Command-Specific Response Codes
COMMAND 47: WRITE TRANSFER FUNCTION
Command-Specific Response Codes
2
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 130: WRITE UPPER SENSOR TRIM
POINT
COMMAND 131: WRITE LOWER SENSOR TRIM
POINT
Command-Specific Response Codes
COMMAND 45: TRIM DAC ZERO
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
Warning: Update In Progress
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 134: RESET FACTORY OUTPUT TRIM
VALUES
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 135: WRITE POLYNOMIAL COEFFICIENTS
Command-Specific Response Codes
5
7
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 137: WRITE UP/DOWN SCALE MODE
Command-Specific Response Codes
1
2
5
7
Type Code Mismatch
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 142 : WRITE LIMIT FOR DOUBLE POLY
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
5
7
COMMAND 238: SET LOWER RANGE VALUE ON
O/P SELECTED VALUE
COMMAND 239: SET UPPER RANGE VALUE ON
O/P SELECTED VALUE
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
5
7
COMMAND 138: WRITE STATIC PRESSURE TRIM
POINT
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
5
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
11 Excess of correction attempted
COMMAND 139: RESET FACTORY SENSOR
TRIMMING
Command-Specific Response Code
7
In Write Protect Mode
The Write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 140: RESET PRIMARY VARIABLE BIAS
VALUE
Command-Specific Response Code
7
In Write Protect Mode
The Write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 141: SET PRIMARY VARIABLE TO A
SELECTED VALUE
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
5
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
7 In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
9 Applied Process too High
10 Applied Process too Low
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 242: WRITE SQUARE ROOT CUT OFF
VALUE
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
5
7
Passed Parameter too High
Passed Parameter too Low
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
COMMAND 244: WRITE DOUBLE POLYNOMIAL
COEFFICIENTS
Command-Specific Response Codes
5
7
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
TRANSMITTER SPECIFIC COMMANDS
( for 652/653 S TEMPERATURE Transmitters)
COMMAND 141: WRITE CONFIGURATION DATA
Command-Specific Response Codes
2
5
6
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
Transmitter specific command error
the transmitter generates an unexpected error
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7
In Write Protect Mode
the transmitter is in write protect mode
9 CJC too low
Input value for CJC is lower than expected
10 RTD multiplication factor too high
Multiplication factor in input is too high
11 CJC too high
Input value for CJC is higher than expected
12 RTD multiplication factor too low
Multiplication factor in input is too low
In Write Protect Mode
the transmitter is in write protect mode
9 Shorted sensor value too high
the value defined for shorted sensor is too high
10 Shorted sensor value too low
the value defined for shorted sensor is too low
11 Broken sensor value too high
the value defined for broken sensor is too high
12 Broken sensor value too low
the value defined for broken sensor is too low
COMMAND 143: WRITE CABLE RESISTANCE
Command-Specific Response Codes
COMMAND 153: READ/RESET MAX MIN VALUES
Command-Specific Response Codes
2
2
5
6
7
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
Transmitter specific command error
the transmitter generates an unexpected error
In Write Protect Mode
the transmitter is in write protect mode
7
5
COMMAND 154: RESET DAC TRIM
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
COMMAND 147: WRITE CURRENT OUTPUT RANGE
VALUES
Command-Specific Response Codes
2
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
5 Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
6 Transmitter specific command error
the transmitter generates an unexpected error
7 In Write Protect Mode
the transmitter is in write protect mode
9 100% Current value too high
the value defined for current is out of the high
limits
10 0% Current value too low
the value defined for current is out of the low
limits
11 Upper Current Limit value too high
the value defined for upper current limit is out of
the high limits
12 Lower Current Limit value too low
the value defined for lower current limit is out of
the low limits
2
5
6
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
Transmitter specific command error
the transmitter generates an unexpected error
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In Write Protect Mode
the transmitter is in write protect mode
TRANSMITTER SPECIFIC COMMANDS
( for KST TEMPERATURE Transmitters)
COMMAND 131: WRITE STATIC DATA - CONFIGURATION
Command-Specific Response Codes
7
In Write Protect Mode
the write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
8 Warning: 4/20 points set to selected sensor limits
11 Invalid Sensor Type Code
Wrong Type of Sensor specified
12 Invalid Number of Wires Code
Invalid number of wires specified for the
specific sensor
COMMAND 133: WRITE LOWER TRIM POINT
COMMAND 134: WRITE UPPER TRIM POINT
Command-Specific Response Codes
3
4
7
COMMAND 151: WRITE SENSOR ERROR VALUES
Command-Specific Response Codes
Invalid Selection
the selection does not correspond with the
transmitter type
Too few bytes received
the number of bytes received is less than
expected
10
11
12
13
Passed Parameter too large
Passed Parameter too small
The maximum change is 5% of the span
In Write Protect Mode
The Write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
Calibration Location not set to User
The Factory set trim parameter cannot be changed (see Sensor Trimming option )
Excess of correction attempted
Invalid Calibration Point Units Code
The calibration units are not proper for the type
of sensor
Trim span too small
The trim span is smaller than the span limits
COMMAND 135: WRITE CALIBRATION LOCATION
Command-Specific Response Code
DATA BASE OPERATIONS MESSAGES
7
NO TAGS IN DATABASE
No configurations stored in the Communicator Database memory.
In Write Protect Mode
The Write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
12 Invalid Calibration Location code
14 Warning: Default values set for User calibration
This message is made the first time the user
calibration is selected
COMMAND 136: READ LAST TRIM POINT VALUES
Command-Specific Response Code
10 Error: Calibration Location not set to User
The trim point values can be read only if the User
location has been selected
COMMAND 137: READ TRIM VARIABLE VALUE
Command-Specific Response Code
3
4
Applied input too large
Applied input too small
The input applied during a sensor trimming
operation exceed the sensor limits
TAG IS NOT IN HT
The selected Tag is not included in the Communicator
Tag list : no configuration is saved for this Tag.
TAG ALREADY EXIST
A configuration with the same Tag has already been
saved in the Communicator Database memory.
DATABASE MEMORY FULL
No more space available in the Communicator Database memory.
INCOMPATIBLE MANUFACTURER
Attempt to load a configuration in a device of a different
manufacturer.
INCOMPATIBLE DEVICE
Attempt to load a configuration in a device incompatible
with that configuration.
COMMAND 138: WRITE STATIC DATA - OPTIONS
Command-Specific Response Code
7
In Write Protect Mode
The Write protect link on the transmitter is "on"
13 Invalid Meter Option
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APPENDIX "A1"
List of the allowed Sensor Types and relevant Units
for 652/653 S Temperature transmitter
List of the allowed Measurement type for 652/653 S
Temperature transmitter
Sensor Type
Ohms
Pt 100
Ni 100
Special RTD
Millivolt
T/C Type B
T/C Type E
T/C Type J
T/C Type K
T/C Type L
T/C Type N
T/C Type R
T/C Type S
T/C Type T
T/C Type U
T/C Type W3
T/C Type W5
Special T/C
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
RTD / ohm
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
TC /(v)oltage
RTD / ohm
RTD / ohm
RTD / ohm
RTD / ohm
Measuring Units
Ohms
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
mV
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
(d)ifferential
(d)ifferential
(d)ifferential
(d)ifferential
(d)ifferential
(s)ingle
(s)ingle
(s)ingle
(s)ingle
(a)verage
(a)verage
(a)verage
(a)verage
(s)ingle
(s)ingle
(s)ingle
(a)verage
CJC (int)ernal
CJC (ext)ernal Pt100
CJC (ext)ernal Ni100
CJC constant (k)
2 wires
CJC (int)ernal
CJC (ext)ernal Pt100
CJC (ext)ernal Ni100
CJC constant (k)
CJC (int)ernal
CJC (ext)ernal Pt100
CJC (ext)ernal Ni100
CJC constant (k)
2 wires
3 wires
4 wires
2 wires
APPENDIX "A2"
APPENDIX "B"
List of the allowed Sensor Types and relevant Units
for KST Temperature transmitter
List of the Primary Variable Units allowed
(600T Pressure Transmitter) :
Sensor Type
Ohms
RTD - Pt 100, a = 385
RTD - Pt 100, a = 392
RTD - Pt 200, a = 385
RTD - Pt 500, a = 385
RTD - Ni 120
Special RTD
Millivolt
T/C Type B NBS
T/C Type E NBS
T/C Type J NBS
T/C Type K NBS
T/C Type N BS
T/C Type R NBS
T/C Type S NBS
T/C Type T NBS
T/C Type DIN J
T/C Type DIN K
T/C Type DIN S
T/C Type DIN T
Special T/C
inches H20
inches Hg
feet H20
millimetres H20
millimetres Hg
pounds / in ^2
bars
millibars
grams / centimeter^2
kilograms / centimeter^2
pascals
kilopascals
torr @
atmospheres
megapascal
inches H20
millimetres H20
Measuring Units
Ohms
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
mV
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
Deg. C, Deg. F, Deg. R, Kelvin
( 0 deg C)
(4 deg C)
(4 deg C)
List of the Primary Variable Units allowed
(652/653 S and KST Temperature Transmitter) :
Degrees Celsius
Degrees Fahrenheit
Degrees Rankine
Kelvin
millivolts
ohms
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(20 deg C)
(0 deg C)
(20 deg C)
(20 deg C)
(0 deg C)
APPENDIX "C"
OPERATIONS GUIDE (For 600T and 600T EN pressure transmitter)
PV + OUTPUT CURRENT
PV
STAT
PRESS
(Here below in bold are indicated the additions for
600T EN Pressure Transmitters; Root transfer func.
remains only for 600T Pressure transmitters.)
SENS
TEMP
Tx type, Manufacturer, Tag, Long Tag, Descriptor,
Message, Date, Device Nr., Max work Press., Max
Sensor Temp., Min Sensor Temp.
Units, Range, PV Bias Value, Damping, Output
function, Root transfer func, Sqr (x) cut linear, Min.
Span, Sensor Limits, Operative Limits, Up/Down
Scale, Polynomial Coefficients, Double Polynomial
Coefficients, 1st polynomial High limit.
REVIEW
TX
INFO
DIRECT
Flange type and Material, O-rings, Vents, Remote
seal nr, Type, Fill Fluid, Isolator, Sensor Fill Fluid,
Isol. Material, Model Type, Sensor Range, Local
adjustment, Local keys control, LCD display mode.
Final Assy. nr, Sensor S/N,
Write Protect, Meter install,
Calibration type, Procedure,
Product code, Sep/service,
Manifold/orifice
Hardware Rev., Software
Rev., UCD, TSD
CHANGE
I/O INFO
BROAD
CAST
600T +
600T EN
Units, Range, Damping, Output Function, Root
transfer func, SQR(x) cut linear, Polynomial Coeffs,
Double Polynomial Coefficients, Sensor Temp.
Units, Static Pressure Units, Long TAG
CHANGE
TX INFO
Tag, Date
CHANGE
GEN.
Polling Address
Local Keys Control
Lcd Display Mode
CONF
TX
DIR
DATABASE
OPERAT.
PASS
WORD
SENSOR
TRIM
Full Trim
Zero Trim
Static Trim
Factory Trim
OUTPUT
TRIM
Other Scale
4 to 20 mA Trim
Factory Trim
TRIM
LOOP
TEST
CALIB
RATION
DATABASE
MODE
SERIAL
LINK
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
4 mA Output
20 mA output
other value
PV Scale
Out %
Reranging: Set 4 mA
Set 20 mA
(For 600T Pressure Transmitters
only Reranging is available)
MODEM
MODE
LOAD
PROG
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OPERATIONS GUIDE (For 652/653 S temperature transmitter)
PV + OUTPUT CURRENT
PV
TEMPERA
TURE
SENSOR
1-2
Tx type, Manufacturer, Tag, Descriptor,
Message, Date, Device Nr.
Units, Range, Damping, Min. Span, Sensor Limits
REVIEW
TX
INFO
DIRECT
Sensor Type, Measurement Type,
CJC Temperature, Meter option, Multiplication Factor
Max. Temp for Sensor, Certification Type, Total Resist,
mA at 100%, mA at 0%, mA High Limit, mA Low Limit,
Max, Min, Sensor Error Configuration, Output Current
for Shoirt Circuit, Output Current for Broken Sensor,
Distributor, Final Assy Nr.
Hardware Rev., Software
Rev., UCD, TSD
CHANGE
I/O INFO
BROAD
CAST
652/3
S
Sensor Type, Units, Range, Damping, mA 100%,
mA 0%, Total Resistance (ohm) Short val, Off Val,
Min, Max.
CHANGE
TX INFO
Tag, Date
CHANGE
GEN.
Polling Address
CONF
TX
DIR
DATABASE
OPERAT.
SENSOR
TRIM
PASS
WORD
OUTPUT
TRIM
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
Not Available !
Other Scale
4 to 20 mA Trim
TRIM
LOOP
TEST
4 mA Output
20 mA output
other value
RERAN
GING
Not Available !
DATABASE
MODE
SERIAL
LINK
MODEM
MODE
LOAD
PROG
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OPERATIONS GUIDE (For DPK pressure transmitter)
PV + OUTPUT CURRENT
PV
STAT
PRESS
SENS
TEMP
OUTPUT
INFO
TX
INFO
REVIEW
MATERIAL
INFO
DIRECT
NEXT
OPTIONS
Units, Range, Damping, Output function,
Min. Span, Sensor Limits,Up/Down Scale,
Tx type, Manufacturer, Tag, Descriptor,
Message, Date, Device Nr., Max work Press.,
Max Sensor Temp., Min Sensor Temp.
Flange type and Material, O-rings, Vents, Remote
seal nr, Type, Fill Fluid, Isolator, Sensor Fill Fluid,
Isol. Material, Model Type, Sensor Range, Nuts
and Bolts, Push Buttons.
REVISION
INFO
MISCEL.
INFO
CHANGE
I/O INFO
BROAD
CAST
Hardware Rev., Software
Rev., UCD, TSD
Final Ass. nr, Sensor S/N,
Write Protect, Meter install,
Calibration type, Procedure,
Product code, Sep/service,
Manifold/orifice
Units, Range, Damping, Output Function, Root
transfer function.
CHANGE
TX INFO
Tag, Date
CONF
DPK
CHANGE
GEN.
SERIAL
LINK
DATABASE
OPERAT.
SENSOR
TRIM
PASS
WORD
OUTPUT
TRIM
Polling Address
Up/Down Scale
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
Full Trim
Zero Trim
Static Trim
Other Scale
4 to 20 mA Trim
TRIM
LOOP
TEST
4 mA Output
20 mA output
other value
RERAN
GING
Set 4 mA
Set 20 mA
DATABASE
MODE
SERIAL
LINK
MODEM
MODE
LOAD
PROG
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OPERATIONS GUIDE (For KST temperature transmitter)
PV + OUTPUT CURRENT
PV
TEMPERA
TURE
SENSOR
1-2
OUTPUT
INFO
TX
INFO
Units, Range, Damping, Min. Span, Sensor Limits
Tx type, Manufacturer, Tag, Descriptor,
Message, Date, Device Nr., Meter Option
REVIEW
REVISION
INFO
DIRECT
PRODUCT.
DATA
BROAD
CAST
Hardware Rev., Software
Rev., UCD, TSD
Sensor Type, Nr. of WIres, Linearization,
Measurement Type, Existing Trim, Trim Points,
Certification, Conn. Head, Broken Sensor Drive,
Calib. Certificate, Local Adjustment, Product
Code, Write Protect, Final Assy Nr.
CHANGE
I/O INFO
Sensor Type, Units, Range, Damping.
CHANGE
TX INFO
Tag, Date
CHANGE
GEN.
Polling Address
CONF
KST
TX
DIR
DATABASE
OPERAT.
SENSOR
TRIM
PASS
WORD
OUTPUT
TRIM
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
User Trim
Factory Trim
Other Scale
4 to 20 mA Trim
TRIM
LOOP
TEST
4 mA Output
20 mA output
other value
RERAN
GING
Set 4 mA
Set 20 mA
DATABASE
MODE
SERIAL
LINK
MODEM
MODE
LOAD
PROG
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OPERATIONS GUIDE (For generic Hart transmitter)
PV + OUTPUT CURRENT
PV
SEC.
VARIABLE
TERT.
VARIABLE
FOURTH
VARIABLE
Tag, Descriptor, Message, Date, Device Nr.,
REVIEW
TX
INFO
Units, Range, Damping, Output function,
Min. Span, Sensor Limits,
Final Ass. nr, Sensor S/N,
DIRECT
Hardware Rev., Software
Rev., UCD, TSD
CHANGE
I/O INFO
BROAD
CAST
GEN.
HART
Units, Range, Damping, Output Function
CHANGE
TX INFO
Tag, Date
CHANGE
GEN.
Polling Address
CONF
TX
DIR
DATABASE
OPERAT.
SENSOR
TRIM
PASS
WORD
OUTPUT
TRIM
Tag List
Save Configuration
Send Configuration
Delete Configuration
Zero Align
Other Scale
4 to 20 mA Trim
TRIM
LOOP
TEST
RERAN
GING
4 mA Output
20 mA output
other value
Set 4 mA
Set 20 mA
DATABASE
MODE
SERIAL
LINK
MODEM
MODE
LOAD
PROG
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APPENDIX "D"
List of data and parameters saved in the 691HT memory for a Generic HART Transmitter,
for Deltapi K pressure and for KST Temperature Transmitter
DATA IN 691HT DATABASE MEMORY
Tag
Manufacturer
Transmitter Type Code
Device Number
Flags
PV Units
Secondary Var. Units (a, d)
Tertiary Var. Units (b, d)
Fourth Var. Units (c, d)
Message
Descriptor
Date
URV/LRV
Damping Value
Transfer Function (d)
Sensor Serial Nr.
Sensor Units
USL/LSL
Minimum Span
Alarm Selection
Write Protect
UCD/TSD
Software Revision
Hardware Revision
Distributor
Final Assembly Number
NOTES:
a): for Deltapi K it indicates the Static Pressure Units
b): for Deltapi K it indicates the Sensor Temperature
Units
For 600T and 600T EN Pressure and for
652/653 S Temperature transmitters,
all database information are stored into
691HT database memory.
c): for Deltapi K it indicates the Electronic Temperature
Units
d): not available for KST
691HT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Functional Specifications
Memory:
The non-volatile (Flash) memory retains contents when the unit is powered down. An internal
back up battery with a useful life of 10 years maintains information even if the batteries or
rechargeable power pack fully discharge.
Power Supply: Rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium 4.8 V battery pack (optional)
Maximum charging current 50 mA for 15 hours.
Continuous run time : 30 hours approx. - disposable alkaline batteries
10 hours approx. - optional rechargeable power pack
Type AA 1.3V Alkaline batteries as standard
Performance specifications
Temperature limits: 0 and 50 °C (32 and 122 °F)
Transportation and storage temperature limits: -20 and +70°C (- 4 and +158 °F)
Humidity limits operates in 0-95% relative humidity under non-condensing conditions below 40°C (104°F) without error.
Hazardous Location Certification:
INTRINSIC SAFETY : CENELEC EN 50020 / CESI Approval. Certificate no. Ex 91 C 052 - EEx ia IIC T5
Physical specifications
Display :
LCD - 4 rows 20 characters each
Keyboard:
25 keys- tactile mobile feedback embossed membrane
Connections: to the transmitter: 1.5 m (5 ft) leadset with insulated minigrabbers and alligator clips (provided)
to the PC: 1.5 m (5 ft) leadset with 9-pin D type female connector (D9 to D25 Adaptor provided)
to the optional battery charger : 5.5 mm. dia. socket; inner pin positive
Dimensions: 102 x 206 x 70 mm (4 x 8.1 x 2.8 in) (W x D x H)
Material:
Case in ABS. Keyboard in Polycarbonate. Carrying case, with detachable shoulder strap
(provided). Used to accomodate the Communicator, spare battery(ies), connection accessories, ect.
Mass:
1.4 kg. (3lbs) approx. including accessories
Option:
Battery charger (115 Vac - U.S. plug or 220/230 Vac - European plug).
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common display station, process computer or personal
computer.
Prior to installation, the equipment referred to in this manual
must be stored in a clean, dry environment, in accordance with
the Company's published specification. Periodic checks must be
made on the equipment's condition.
Recorders
In the event of a failure under warranty, the following
documentation must be provided as substantiation:
Circular and strip-chart types (single and multi-point) for
temperature, pressure, flow and many other process
measurements.
Electronic Transmitters
•
Smart & Analog Transmitters
For draft, differential, gauge and absolute pressure
measurement. Also, liquid level and temperature.
•
I to P Converters and Field Indicators
Flow Metering
•
Magnetic Flowmeters
Electromagnetic, insertion type probes and watermeters.
•
Turbine Flowmeters
•
Wedge Flow Elements
•
Mass Flow Meters
Transmitters, sensors, controllers and batch/display
units.
Level Control
•
Submersible, Capacitance & Conductivity.
Pneumatic Instrumentation
•
Transmitters
•
Indicating Controllers
•
Recording Controllers
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1. A listing evidencing process operation and alarm logs at time
of failure.
2. Copies of operating and maintenance records relating to the
alleged faulty unit.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We:
ABB Instrumentation Spa
Via Statale 113
22016 Lenno (Como)
Italy
declares under our sole responsibility that the products:
600T EN Series (Transmitters, Hand Held Terminal) in all the
communication configurations (4÷20 mA + HART®, Profibus,
FOUNDATION Fieldbus, Safety)
are in conformity with the following standards:
EN 50 081-1 (1992) Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic emission standard Residential, commercial and light industry
according to: EN55022
(1995)
EN 50 082-2 (1995) Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard Industrial environment
according to: EN61000-4-2 (1998)
EN61000-4-3 (1998)
EN61000-4-4 (1995)
EN61000-4-5 (1995)
ENV50141
(1993)
following the provisions of the EMC Directives 89/336/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
Lenno, October 31, 2000
ABB Instrumentation Spa
Technical Manager
G.F. Bianchi
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IM/691HT Rev 1
The Company's policy is one of continuous product
improvement and the right is reserved to modify
the specifications contained herein without notice.
ABB Instrumentation spa
Via Statale 113
22016 Lenno (Como)
Italia
Tel (0344) 58111
Fax (0344) 56278
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ABB Automation Ltd.
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Tel. (01480) 475321
Fax (01480) 217948
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125 East County Line Road
Warminster PA
18974-4995 USA
Tel. (215) 674-6693/6320/6777
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